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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 5, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeltung a Sunday October O 9A Comal County Fair Winners Tree crushes woman infant son BIG BEAR LAKE Calif AP A man illegally chopping down a 100foot tree for firewood Watched in horror as it fell on his fiancee and their infant son crushing them both to death Keith Rademaker Jr had been chopping at the Douglas fir for nearly an hour when a gust of wind toppled it over Friday morning Rademakers fiancee Cad Ann Clark was taking their 5month old son Aaron out of a safety seat in the car at the time All I could do was yell No I couldnt believe Rademaker said It happened so fast they hardly knew what hit The infant died of a skull fracture and his 30yearold mother suffered broken ribs and a broken leg and ankle Shelly Dunlap Reserve ChampionFine Market Wool lamb Champion Southdown Market Lamb Jackie Townsend Reserve Champion Cross Breed Market Lamb Reserve Champion Medium Wool Market Lamb Junior Showmanship RADZOI FAST Youre Civic Center New Braunfels Texas October V FRI 11 7 fawu 7ft Mfyton NOON 5 Q SHOW MANAGER Admission Good AIT Three Amber Asher Grand Champion Market Lamb of the Show Stacy Mueller Champion Cross Breed Market Lamb Champion Medium Wool Market Lamb Kelsie PeeWee Showmanship Nicole Blackwell Senior Showmanship Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb of the Show Champion Fine Wool Market Lamb Latest E coli beef recall pounds from Nebraska WASHINGTON AP A government sampling program discovered ground beef tainted with E coli bacteria and led to a recall of nearly pounds produced by a Nebraska meatpacker and distributed nationwide No illnesses have been reported because of the tainted beef which was discovered in a random check of meat by an Agriculture Department inspector at a grocery store in Emporia on Sept 4 Because the hamburger was a fresh product with a shelf life of about two weeks USDA officials believe it has probably been consumed or discarded although some people may have some frozen at home Some meat went to restaurants hotels and other food service establishments The recalled beef was produced by BeefAmerica Inc in Norfolk on Aug 21 22 and 23 USDA spokeswoman Jacque Knight said Friday BeefAmerica said it was voluntarily recalling the ground beef even though the company had doubts its plant was responsible for the contamination We feel that there is significant doubt in our minds that we are the culprits of this But that is not really the point right said Keith DeHaan a company spokesman in Omaha Neb The culture right now is if youre going to err youre going to err on the side of safety We believe in that DeHaan said There are no specific product labels or codes for consumers to look for USDA officials said reinforcing the necessity of properly preparing food TSQ STATE OPTICAL FreshLook Clear Disposable Contacts Only A Box ft includes four boxes or 13 pairs of clear disposable contact lenses Promotional price is after redemption of a manufacturers rebate Cur rent contact lens prescription is required and price does not include professional fees Some restrictions apply Offer expires 4 Boxes Color Disposables Offer includes 13 pair of dispos able color contacts for dark or light eyes in seven exciting colors You pay Manufacturers rebate by mail Your net cost is Current contact lens prescription is required and price does not in professional fees Some restrictions apply Offer expires Colors Two Pair Offer includes two pair of daily wear color contacts available in four exciting colors You pay Manufacturers rebate by mail Your net cost is Current contact lens prescription is required and price does not include pro fessional Some restrictions apply Offer expires CUD Complete Pair of Glasses OFF Offer includes off the regular price of a complete pair of glasses frames and lenses Current prescription required and ISOs Select is excluded Professional fees not included and some restrictions apply Offer expires EYEWEAR YOU WANT DOCTORS YOU TRUST Mark Bennett King Plaza Center 1346 E Court Seguin Texas 3720550 Offers not valid with any other discounts See participating TSO offices for details All coupon offers must be requested at time of purchase Wrangler Denim Jeans Straw Hats 2O Off Closeout Summer Clothes 205O OH Shop Today and Save Friendly Personalized Service We want your business and will work for it Special Order Handmade Full Quill Ostrich Boots Reg 695 Opening SpecialOnly incfmurftfe esfern ear 356 Landa St 6089570 Conveniently located across from Undo Plaza
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