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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 8, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page May Bush had hand itt European divisions Latvia Franklin President Bush said Saturday the United States played a role in Europes painful division after World War a decision that helped cause one of the greatest wrongs of his tory virhen the Soviet Union imposed its harsh rule across Central and Eastern Bush said the lessons of the past will not be forgotten as the United States tries to spread freedom in the Middle We will not repeat the mistakes of other appeasing or excusing and sacrificing freedom in the vain pursuit of the president We have learned our lesson no ones liberty is In the long our security and true stability depend on the freedom of Bush singled out the 1945 Yalta agree ment signed by Roosevelt in a speech opening a fourday trip focused on Mon days celebration in Moscow of the 60th anniversary of Nazi Germanys In recent days Bush has urged Russia to own up to its wartime It appeared he decided to do the to set an example for Vladimir the Russian DIGEST People pray around Main Plaza during National Day ot To have your event publi contact Melissa McCaghren at ext or by email at From wire reports TEXAS TEXAS CITY PLANT RECORDS TO BE RELEASED AFTER OSHA INVESTIGATION Safety and health records from a refinery rocked by deadly explosion wont become public until federal reg ulators finish their a judge District Judge Susan Criss said that she was concerned releasing the documents now could have a chilling effect on federal investigations into the March explosion at the BP refinery in Texas The blast killed 15 people and injured more than 100 Criss ruled the requested by news would become public after com pletion of an investigation by the Occupational Safety and Health Under federal OSHA has six months to finish its The judge said she would later hold an evidentiary hearing to determine which documents can be released under state The Chemical Safety and Haz ards Investigation Board also is investigating the NATION ATLANTA POLICE REOPEN CHILD KILLING CASE A police chief has reopened an investiga tion into four of the child slay ings that terrorized the Atlanta area more than two decades saying he believes the man sus pected in most of the killings is 29 people all of them most of them boys were killed in the Atlanta area between 1979 and Wayne is serving a life sentence for the murders of two young After his convic authorities blamed him for 22 of the other slayings but never charged Dekalb County Police Chief Louis Graham said he plans to take another look at the slayings of four boys between February and May who became chief last said he took an interest in revisiting the cases after looking through some old news WORLD Iraq TWO SUICIDE CAR BOMBS KILL 22 Two suicide car bombs exploded in a central Baghdad square killing 22 including two American contract as Iraqi political leaders agreed on candidates for die remaining five Cabinet vacancies and a deputy prime minister The attacks were part of a surge in violence that has killed nearly 300 people many of them Iraqi soldiers and police since Prime Minister Ibrahim alJaa faris new government was sworn in April At least 36 Iraqis and three Americans were wounded in the attack in Tahrir where shops were damaged and sport utility vehicles were burned by the Iraqi and officials The remains of mutilated bodies were seen lying in the street as fire trucks fought the which sent a large plume of black smoke up into the Chief of oilforfood probe urges Congress to drop subpoenas UNITED NATIONS AP The chief of the oilfor food probe accused Congress of jeopardizing his work and asked a House committee to return secret say ing the lives of some witness es could be at But the Republican lawmaker who heads the committee prompt ly Former Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker is seek ing to dampen controversy over recent claims by Robert a former FBI agent who quit the probe in Parton says Volckers inquiry played down evidence that incriminated Secretary General Kofi At a news conference Fri Volcker reiterated that there simply was never enough evidence to prove that Annan influenced the award ing of an oilforfood contract to the Swiss company that employed his Kojo But he again insisted that his committee finding was not the exoneration that Kofi Annan claimed it He also asked the House International Relations Com mittee to return secret docu ments Parton has given warning that witnesses could be threatened if anything leaks Were not playing games we are dealing and VICTORIA THE LATE PAULINO We are proud ofyou on your great accomplishment on passing the LOVE ARMANDO SANCHEZ Have Diabetes On Medicare Liberty Can Help Our home delivery program for diabetes testing supplies can help you follow your tr eatment Liberty verifies your Medicare and insurance coverage so you can be sure youre getting all the benefits you We complete and file all 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Operations Director 202 vlinares@heraldzeitung.com Lisa Composing Manager 205 Henry Production Manager Jeff Circulation 228 jfowler@heraldzeitung.com Neice Marketing 208 nbell@heraldzeitung.com Classified call 215 display call 208 call let me just emphasize this in some cases with Vol cker But Illinois Republican Hen ry the chairman of the rejected the saying in a statement late Friday that he appreciates the gravity of the concerns but his panel has an obliga tion to continue its Three congressional com mittees are investigating alle gations of kickbacks and bribes in the oilforfood pro Princess an taken from us HAPPY BIRTHDAY Breanna Jane Castro 050598 101502 Even though we may not sec your presence is always Your your the joy we a gift that God had Though life on earth has the joys and love we arc deep within our hearts and for one who truly So on this Special we hold you true at Birthday Blessings to Our Loved Never will we I in Heaven sstrian Your Living Oatl Rudy Mom Vickie apffJjttirula HaK Brothers Lcimanl and Mnlphn Castro Bratllcfaiul Breni Sister Jeanne Godparents Tammy and Kathy Haccker and In Loving Memory of our Mother Rosie Gallegos APRIL 1042APRIL 2005O Our Rosic iras our angel ant from licavcn to our entire family and all uho knew She was an example on how we should live here on eartk She was a true woman of We believe lint cvervthing she did came from an from God and Virgin She acquired so much strength even though she was Life mil go on but it will never be die same without our Slic left us such and beautiful memories tint will never be erased from our We give special thinks to God for giving her a and caring vvho was tlie Low ol her I Robot Gloria Gallcgos David bicy Gallegos Johnny Denisc Gallcgos and grandchildren The son of Teresa Landin would like to thank those for all their support through prayers and kind words during this time of Sincere thanks to all who brought food for after the 1935 2005 Barney Bartels August March 2005 The family of Barney Bartels would like to extend our thanks to evpryone helped us through our recent Special thanks go to the staff at Eden Kirkwood McKenna Memorial Jacks and Cohle for their excellent care Our sincere thanks go to our relatives and friends who gave us and memorials to various Lastly our deepest gratitude and love go to the group of volunteers and workers from Hope Hospice who gave our family their and excellent care to Dear father and grandfather you will definitively be missed but not forgotten which was very evident by the outpouring of love and kindness shown by your coworkers from the neighbors and Our love and and Jennifer Bartels In Historic Downtown New Braunfels NEW BRAUNFELS Benefitting Our Historic Downtown Free Street Dance On Main Plaza featuring Two Tons of Steel PWI Ethnic Pet Parade Brauntex 10 AM Grape Stomp Live Entertainment All Day Cooking Demos Art Show Market 10 AM 8 PM Wine Seminars Wine Tasting 3 PM 8 PM Grape Bake PRODUCTION 8306082100   

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