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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 30, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 OBITUARIES  HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY  ■ By Email-- obits®tierald-/eitung com . ■ By T«l«phone —Call 625-9144, ext 214 (Saturday ext 221) Obituaries are paid advertisements  TODAY’S SKHVICKS  ■    on, Regina H. Chapel service 2 p.m., Zoeller Funeral Home with interment to follow  ■    SVOBODA, Billie L Graveside service 10 a.m., Fischer Cemetery in Fischer  ONLINE EXCLUSIVE  To comment on obituaries or to read comments made by others, visit herald-zeltung.com  Betty Kaderli Doeppenschmidt  Arrangements are fx*ncling at Z(K^ller Funeral I lome for B(‘ttv Kaderli 0()e|>(>ens( hmidt of Neu' Braunfels. She passed away Sunday, Aug. 28, 2011 at Fden Flill at the age of 63.  Irene’s death tol jumps to 37 people  MONTPEUER.Vt(AP)  Th(‘ full measure of Klur-ri(an(> Irene's fury came into focus Monday as the fleath toll lumped to ]7, New England towns battled e[)ic floods and millions tacerl the dispiriting [)ros|)ect of several days wilhout e‘l(*( trie ity.  From North Carolina to Maine, communities clearu'd up and took stock of th(* uneven and hard-to-predi( t costs of a storm that spared the nation's biggest cit\ a nightmare scenario, onK to deliver a historii wallop to towns well inland.  In New York ('ity, where people had brac ed for a disaster-movie scene of water swirling around sky-s( rapt'rs, the subw.iys and buses were u|) and running again in timc' for the Mon-  day morning commute. And to the surfirise of many New' Yorkers, things went prc'tty smoothly.  But in New Fngland, landlocked Vermont contended with what its j^over-nor called the worst flooding in a c(*ntury. Streams also raged out (.»f control in upstate New York. In many cases, the moment of maximum danger arrivc'd well after the storm had [)assed, as rainwater made its way into rivers and streams and furnc'd them into torrents. Irene dum[)ed uf) to 1 1 inches of rain on Vt'rmont and more than 13 in [>arts of Nc‘w York.  "We were exf)ecting heavy rains," said Bobbi-lean jeun of Clarksville, N.Y. "VVe wc'ren't ex(K*cting devaslation. 11 looks like somebody sc't a bomb off."  Arraignment postponed in sexual abuse case  By Dalondo Moultrie  The Herald-Zeilung  The arraignment for a man accused of sexually abusing thrcv girls starting as far b.u k as 1994 was post-[lont'd Monday to a later, as yet undi'termined, daf(' whil(‘ he hires an attornc'y.  Armando Castille)a, 52, of N(‘vv Braunfels, did not appc'ar in court Mondav but l>istric t ludge lack Robison order(*d him to rc'tain counsel bv Se|)t. 12, saifl ('ecilia Delgado, criminal district  clerk.  Farlier this month, a grand jury tound enough c'vidc'nc i' existed to indict ( astilleja on 14 counts of aggravatcHl sexual assault of a child, 10 counts of indecency with a child-contac t, four counts of sc'xual assault of a c hild and one count of continuous sexual abuse of a young c hild. He was arrc'stc'd on the indic tment Aug. 10 and rc'mains in ( omal ( ounty fail under $(>25,000 boiid, a jail spokesman said.  Air conditioning units reported stolen in NB  By Dalondo Moultrie  The Herald-Zeitung  In separate incicic'nts Friday, two pc'ople re()orted having air conditioning units stolen trom [properties in New Braunfels, a city polic e spokesman said.  The first rc'port was taken abf)ut 10:45 a.m. in the 2100 block of Hazelwood Drive, wherc^ a construction superintendent reported a unit was stolen from the exterior of a home undc^r construction some-  Obama uncle arrested on DWI charge  FRAMINGHAM, Mass. (AP)  An uncle of President Barack Obama has been chargc'd with drunk driving in Massachusetts and is being held by immigration offic iais.  Oiiyango Obama was arrested last week in Framingham after police said he made a rolling stop and ncvvrly causcd a cruiser to strike his sport utility vehicle.  Polic e said that when asked if he wanted to make a phone call, the 67-year-old Obama said: "I think I will ( all the White Flouse."  The White House had no comment Monday.  Onyango Obama is from Kenya anci is the half-brother of the president's father. A spokesman for a Cleveland immigration attorney representing Onyango Obama said he is the president's uncle.  time overnight, said Lt. Heath Purvis of the New Braunfels Police Department. ihe unit was last scx'n Thursday around 5 p.m. and noticed gone Friday.  A sc'cond report was made about 11:15 a.m. Friday in the 800 bloc k of Oakwood Boulevard, Purvis said. Betwc't'n 1 [).m. Aug. 19 and 10:45 a.m. Friday, someone stole an air conditioning uriit from outside a residence in the 2600 block of FM 725.  Gadhafi’s wife, three children flee to Algeria  TRIPOU,Ubya(AP)  Moammar Gadhafi's wife' and three' of his children fled Libya to neighboring Alg(‘ria on Mon* day, firm evidence that the longtime IcMck^r has lost his grij) on the country.  (iacfhafi 's whereabouts were* still unknown and rebels are worried th.it if he r(*mains in I ibya, it will stoke more violencc'. In Washington, the ()bama administration said it has no indication ( jadhafi has left fht* country.  Rebels also said one of Ciadhafi's othc'r sons, c‘lite military commander Khaniis, was prob.vl)ly killed in battle.  The Algerian Foreign Ministry said in a statement that ( ladhafi's wife Safia, his sons Flannilial and Mohammed, and his daughter Aisha entered the country across the* land border. It said AlgcT-  NASA: Space station may be evacuated  CAPE CANAVERAL, Ra. (AP)  Astronauts may need to take the unprec edented step ot temporarily abandoning the Intern.ilional S[)ac e St.ition it last wec'k's Russian l.uinch ac c idc'nt [)rc'vents new crews from tlying thc're this tall.  Until offic laIs figure out what went wrong with Russia's essc'ntial Soyu/ rockc'ts, there will b«' no way to launch anv more* astronauts betöre the* ( ur-rent residents have- to leave' In mid-Novembc'r.  Th(' unsettling pr('dic a-ment comes just wc'cks after NASA's final space shuttle' flight.  "We hav(> plent\ ol options," NASA's s|).)ce station ()rogr<)m manager, Mikc' Suftrc'dini, assured reporters Monday. "VVc*'ll focus on cT('vv satc'tv as we always do."  Abanck)ning the* space' station, c'ven lor a short period, would be an unplc'asant last rc'sort tor the world''» live spac t' agenc les that have' s[)e*nt decades working on the )ro)e'ct. Astronauts have )een living aboard the space station since 2000, and the goal is to kec'p it going until 2020.  Sulfredini said flight controllers could ke>ep a desertc'd space station operating indc'finitely, as k)ng as all major systc'ms are working pro[)erly. Fhe risk to the station goc's up, however, if no one is on board to fix c'cjuipment breakcknvns.  Free Kids Yoga Classes  Develop strength, coordination, flexibility, confidence and HAVE FUN!  I’nrcnts - >tn\/ for info    atid Q & A iiboiit oin  kill's ifo^n pw^nuii  Ages 5-11  Wednesday 8/24 & 8/31 4-5 pm  *New location*  2339 Gruene Lake Dr.  ian authorities have informed the United Nations Sc^c rc'tary (iener-.il, the |)residc'nl of the U.N. Sec urity ('ounc il, and the head of the I ibyan relx'ls transitional leadershi|) c ouncil.  Ahmc'd fibril, an aide to rebel N.vtional Transifion-,il (Ounc il hc'acl Mustafa Abdul-lalil, saifl offie iaIs would "de'mand that Alg('ri,in authorities hand them ove'r to I ibya to be trie'd before 1 ibyan c c)urts."  (jadhafi's c hildren [)laye*d important rok's in 1 ibya's military and e'co-nomic life.  Hannibal headed the maritime transport company; Mohammed the national Olym|)ic eom-miftc'e.  Aisha, <1 lawye'r, hc'Ipe'fl in thc' defense' of to[)pled Iracp di( tator Saddam Husse'in in the' trial th.it  k-d to his hanging.  Ahmed Bani, military spokesman of fhe coun e il, said he* was not sur prisi'd to he'ar Algc'ria we>l c omc'd Ci.idhafi's rc'lative'S. Tliroughout the six-month Libyan uprising, rel)els have' ae c usc'd Algeria of providing Gadhafi with me'rcen.irie's to re'f)ress the' re'volt,  t )ver the we'C'kend, the Fgypti.m news agenc y MFNA, cjuoting unidenti fie'd rebe'l fighters, report ed that six armorc'd Me*r c e'des sedans, possibly c arrying (ladhafi's sons or other fop rc'gime figure's, hiul c rossed the' border <it the* southweste'rn I ibyan town c)f C.hadamis into Algeria. Algeria's Foreign Ministry had ck-nie'd th.vt report.  Bani said Monday that rc'bel fore es niav have> kilk'd Kh.tmis (ladhafi in a clash Saturda\.  firefighters battle blaze, intense heat in Canyon Lake  By Dalondo Moultrte  ihe Herald Zeitunq  A fire' burne-d out of control Saturday, torching tre-c's and he.iting roc ks in <) ( anyon I ake> arc'a neighborhood, fire de'[)artme'nt spokc'sman said.  hrc'lighte'rs battk'd the blaze in two waves c'nd-ing allc'r 6 [).m., said ( af)t. (ustin I owth ot the ( arnon fake I irc' De'|)art-me'iil. He said no one was hurt,  1 irelightevrs went to the 9^1 I (all about Í p.m. ne-ar a home' under construe tion in the Rive'r Chase ne'igiiborhood, lowlh said. He said some'one had slarted a burn [)ile ot trc'es, tr<ish and othc'r rubbish near a home' under construc tion in the area of Wegnc'r Road and Shannon le'e.  Heart of Texas Cremations  Direct Oematioii  The fire* got out of ( ontrol and burne*d two or thrc'c' ac res, 1 owth said.  I le said about lour firelighters fought lor ne'arK an hour as largt' roc ks m the' are*a hc'afc'el up, e aus ing them to take* a bre-ak.  "It got so hot just be'cause ol the' roc ks and sfutf that are out there'," 1 owth said. "W'c' k'ft and came bac k, which is pret ty normal."  The sc'cone! time* out, SIX lirc'fighte'rs fought until after () p.m. <ind extin guisheel .ill tlaine's and hot spots, I owth said.  Lockerbie bomber near death  TRIPOU. Ubya(AP)  The' forme’r Fibyan intelligence oftu er convic ted in the* 1988 lockerbie* plane* bombing is close to de.ith and slip[)ing in arid out of consciousness, his family said Monday, a wc'ek after the re'gime* that [)rotec fc'el him was ouste>d from |)oW'e»r.  Al)del B.iset al Megrahi was the' only person con-vic le'd k)r the* bombing ove'r loekerbic', Scotland, that kilk'd 270 pc‘0()le'. He w.is rele-ased from <i Scottish prison on humanitarian grounds in 2009, only eight ye-.irs into a life se-ntene e, afle-r doe tors [)redi( ted he* would dic‘ ol prost.ite' cane e'r within three months.  Many vu tims familie>s were infuriated by his re'k'ase.  lhat furv only gre'w whe*n he re'turnc'd to a he*ro's we'k e ome in I il)va, remaine'd alive* long past those doe tors' prc'dic tions and e'vc'n appeared at a ree ent pro ( .aclhafi r.tlly. The' downfall ol the (ladhali regime s Kirrc'd ( .ills from some in t K' Unite'd St.itc's and Furope th.it he 1»' returned to prison.  I he' ( )barna .ulmmistra tion has aske-el the* rc'be'ls to rc'vic'w his c ase, w ith an eve* tow.ird potc'ntialK e'xpelling him It lie doc's not die in the' meantime', a U.S. ottic lal s.iid MoiuI.k.  Washington h.is askc'd rebc'l otlic lals to “t.ike' a hard took at vvh.it It thinks ought to happc'n with \U. Mc'grahi, and il is ( ommit tc'd to do th.it," State Depart mc'nt spoke'swom.in V^icto ria Nuland told re'[)orte'rs.  Hiis IS .1 guy \\ Ith blood on his h.inds, the livc's ot innoc ents, " Nuland said.  $775.00  (( ompU'U‘1  H77 27M)">()7 w\\^\’.hciirìi)tìi'xasircnuitiotis.(oiiì C^all or see vvcbsitc lor details  FALL COLOR  Come in and see!  Y)ancing Po/,^  I asfiion Boiiiiijiic  Downtown New lVr.uinfcls Mon S.U 10 6 • Sun 12 S  If ipu iuffer from ^aU AHenjifs qou mnif be flujtiflf to patfcipate tn il itudti of an ini*estu]ational product.  Qua 11 f ted pa rttc tpn n ts he compensated up to 1170.00 for time nnd tnivef.  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