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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 20, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 OBITUARIES  HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY  ■    By Email — obits®tieraW zeitutig.cofn  ■    By Ttlaphont — Call 625-9144. ext: 214(Saturdav ext 221) Obituaries are paid advertismonts  TODAY'S SKRVICKS  ■    ZUNIGA, Brigida R Funeral Mass at 10 a m, atOtir Lady of Guadalupe Church with interment to follow at Santo Tomas Cemetery  ■    RODRIGUEZ, Eugenio Graveside service, 9:30 a m, at Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery.  ONLINE EXCLUSIVE  To Gomment on obituaries or to read eomments made by others, visit heraid-zeitung.com  RAIN  Fermai) Wetz  f iin<T,rl arrangements are pending at Zoi'ller Funeral Home tor Ferman Wetz of Seguin. He passed away Sunday, Sept. 18, 2011 af Hill Country Specialty Hospital at the ,vge of 80  Joanne Marie Duffy  I iineral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Furieral Home tor loanne Marie Duft'y of New Braunfels. She ()assed away Monday, Sept. 19, 2011 at Ciruene Si'nior 1 iving at the age of 78.  Janet Hudson  Arrangements are [>ending at IDoepfiensc hmidt Funeral I lome in ( anyon Lake, Texas for lanet Hudson, age 78 of ( anvon Lak(‘, who passed away on Sept. 19, 2011.  Continued from poge 1  Crete hen Reuwer, New Braunfels Utilities communications manager, said the 1-17 test vvell r(*ading was 645.4 feet early Monday aftern(H)n. To resc ind Stage M restrictions, readings would have to hover consistently above fiSO feet. Stage I restric tions come after consistent f)f)0-feet rc*adings, Reuwer said.  In (M( h case, she said, notice» of the termination of the water use reduc tion measures and each of its various stages are publicly announced anrl published in a daily nevvs()aper for a minimum ot one day. Reuwer said termination of ea( h of stage is (‘ffec-tive immediately upon publi( at ton of the res()ec-tive notice.  "It was a good rain, but it looks like w(* will need a lot mort' Ix’fore the ac|uifer rcH.overs enough to remove  Cnpt Tom Stapleton photo  New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung reader Capl. Tom Stapleton took this photo from his home on Oak Wind Street in the Oak Run Development, looking at the southern sky during Suiulay night's stOFm  Johnny Moore  Memorial services are pc-nding at Lux Funeral Home Si ( r('mation Servici*s for johnny M(X)re, a long-time rc»s-idi'nt of (.anyon Lake, who passed away on Friday, Sept. l b, 201 I at the age of 80.  Tax the rich, Obama says, class warfare, says GOP  WASHINGTON (AP)  I )r.nving c ie^ir battle lines for next y(*ar's elc'ctions, a combative Presidc'nt Barack ()l).ima on Monday deni.inded th.it the richest Amer u ans pay higher taxes to liclp ( ut soaring U.S. defi( it‘> by more than li trillion. He [)romisc‘d to veto anv (’ttort b\ congrc'ssional Re|)ublicans to cut Medu are l)enetits tor the eldcrk without raising taxes as well.  "This is not c lass warfare. It's math," ()bama declarcYl, antu ipating Ri'public <in critic istn, whi( h was (|uk k in (oming,  "( i.iss warlart' isn't leadc'r-sbip,' Hous(' Speakc'r |ohn Boc'lmc'r said, in ( incinnati.  ()bama's s[)eech marked a lu'w, controntational stan( (' toward Re|)uí>licans aftei months of ccK)pc'ration that many I )c*moc rats complained [)ro(lucc‘d t(K) many coiKcessions. While the plan stands tittle chance of passing ( ongrc*ss, its populist [)it( h is one that the White House' believes the public can support.  llu' [)rc'sidc‘nt's proposal, vvhu h he c h.illenged Congress to approve, would pre-domiiiantly hit u()periné ome taxpayers and would also target tax loop-holi >s and subsidies use'd by m.iny largc'r corporations. It would spare' retirees from any (hangc's in Sex ial Security, .ind it would dirc'ct most ot the cuts in Medicare spending to health care [)rovi(k'rs, not beneficiaries.  Bi'netit programs wouldn't b(' unscathed. Obama's pi,in would rexluce sjX'iiding for those, including Mc'dic are and Medic aid, by $S8() Irillion. But with R('publieans c ailing tor massive* c uts in I'ntitlemc'nt f)ro-grams, Obama said he  Heart of Texas Cremations  Direct Cremation  $775.00  (t (iiiiplete)  877 27! 0507 wwwhmh\f1misCrematHms.C0m ( all or see welisite for details  would veto any k^gislation that (ut McHlieare ix'nefits without raising new revenue.  Flis [)lan also would count savings of $1 trillion over 10 years from the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Irac) and Atghanist.in.  nt'fi^nding his emphasis on nc'w taxes rathe'r than only s|)ending rc'duc tions, Obama said: "We can't just e ut our way out e)f this hole."  College exam deadline approaches  Iht' PSAT/National Merit t^ualifying Texas will be <vdminist(‘red at the thre'e com[)rehensive high sc bools on Oe t. 12.  f rc'shmen <ind juniors are invited to re'gistc'r by bringing $14 to the school's Colle'ge and (Tarc'er ('enter next wee»k. Sophomores will take* the exam free of e harge and do not nc'ed to sign up. The junior year is the only v(*ar th.it students' scores may (jualify them tor scholarship and award o[)portuniti(*s.  A( T c'xams will be*  Oe t. 22 at Smithson Val-Ic'y High Sehoiil. Th(‘ SAT will be Nov. S t Smithson Valle\. Deadline to re'gis-ter is ()ct, 7.  We Want to Make You a Loan  • No Checking Account Needed • Usually 30 Minute Service  STOP BY TODAY FOR FAST CASH! 205IH-35W.Ste205-D, New Braunfels • (830)627-8800  1  <c¡Sriiéiry in c^quaécape  and Wdtcr ( xmicn Pr^tcssiondls 1 iiWuttip uml I ( UinluiiK''. Intlooi s Cut . Koi Pootl-s.  I .ilv ('(inlcus 0\X’ril(\Ciiuj I 'tti.s, l)iíííi|>|X (iriiu| Walt’clci!!.*' L(h’()c Cotnnicrcial ex' (.itdcnn f colnrcs Wi can ilo it idc VijU Of s\lppiv YOU vNllli (1 DIÌ kit  adStïüxaui    ] i............  'v n I "  I I CHI’ t utx'hait I j  I oi    I I  iiai 1 AriA in Su»I 1 !  I -,    II  I lU nt j j  I I  K()i Í Expires  CORRAL MISS ME BRIGHTON YELLOW BOX  V')»nang Pony  Fa.shiun Boutiijiie Downtovvn New Brauiitels Muii Sat 10 6 • Sun 12 5  txpires P_9/17/_20j1_^  1551 North Walnut Avenue. #20 - New Braunfels, Texas 78130 210.264.6831 .  ■i wi<yiv.au>eóome-'0arjenó.cow ■■  Casa de Linda Art Center  Now enrolling for ADULT Introductory Classes!  PASTELS  4'Week course starts Saturday, Sept 24  OIL PAINTING  4-week course starts next Monday, Sept. 26 Day & Night classes available!  WATERCOLORS  4-week course starts next Tuesday, Sept 27 Day & Night classes available!  V  CENTER 3!?ir  35  l&l  Casa de Linda Art Center  8b0 S. Bus IH35  additional watering reslrie -tions," R(‘uwer saiel.  And that rec e>very is not in the forc‘cast, Brundr(>tt s.iid, He said the arc'a ge'n-c'rally gets most of its moisture in A(iril, May and c'ar-ly iune. It didn't show this  Annual College and Career Fair Sept. 28  Comal ISO will be hosting its annu.il College and ('arc'er f air on Sept. 2H, af Smithson Valley High School from 6-8 [).m.  Ke[)resenfative's from more than 100 universities, collc'ges, trade sc hools anel businesses will bc‘ availabh' to answer c|uestions rc'gard-ing admissions, tinanc i.il aid, and c arc'c'r opportunities. Th(‘ fair is open to all students but is a huge' re'soure (' for sc'niors and juniors who are sC'eking information on s[)ec ifi( se hools <Hid ( ari'C'rs.  For details, c ontae t vour ( hild's colle'ge and carc'c'r t ounselor.  ye*ar, so Brunelrett said the area desperately nc'e'ds a ref)rieve.  That could come' with the area's secondary wet season, whic h bc'gins in ()e tobe'r and lasts through Noveml)C‘r, Brunelrett said  NBISD  Continued from page 1  Also Monday, the bo.ird;  •    Apf)rovc'd $'i2,()()() tor the* pure h.ise ot the W.iter-tore Farly Math and S( i-ence program u[)grade's and tc'c hnieal installation and su()[)ort tor the' sum ot $52,222.  •    Approvc'd jiist more than $41,()()() to pure h.)s<> (lale Virtual Ketc'reiu  I il)rary database's for the high sc hool librarv this school vc'ar.  •    Approvc'd a e lass si/<' limit waiver reciuc'st toi 1 .imar and Kle'in KoacI elc'-mentarv schools, vvlvic h c urrentK have* sonic* k 4 classes that .irc' over the stafe-mandatcMl c urrc-nt  But things don't look gcKwl.  "Wc''rc' in a l.a Nina [>at tc'rn. It's a dry pattern/' he said. "So vve'rc' not going to [)robablv get <i whole lot ot normal raintall th.it w(> would ni'C'd to brc'.ik this drought"  22; 1 studc'nt tc'.u her ratio rhe recjuest will next be forwardc‘d to the Tc'xa^  I cluc.ition Agcnc V toi .ip[)roval.  •    Approved near I v $ I (),()()() tor the pure hasc> of .1 iH'vv tra( tor and Iron! c'lid loader tot flic higli s( bool's [ I A d('()artmc'nt at its Ag I ,irm tac ility.  •    llc'ard reports on campus pro()t-ol icsuleni \ r(>c]uiremc>nts, NBISl) stu dc'iit fundraising projc'c t^ prelimin.iiA 2011 I 2 dis trii t (‘iironmc'nl data and the distrii t's improving pc'riiirm.iiK e In \t’ pl.u e mi'iil testing,  •    Kc'( ogni/ed Nc'w Biauntels I ligh Sc hool seniors Su'rra SaiulcTs and 1 lijah (luerr.i ,is the Stu dents oi tin' M()nth  Offer Good For 3 Days Only!  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