New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 23, 2005, Page 3

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung September 23, 2005

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 23, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, September 23, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 3A OBITUARIES Paid advertisements rn ANNIE IRENE (RENE) KING Annie Irene (Rene) King went to be with the Lord on September 21,2005. Mrs. King was born November IO, 1923 to Thomas and Rene Mae Hurst in Mexia, Texas. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Robert and brother Melvin Hurst. She is survived by Leroy Wiese, Vicki Hurst, LII. King and wife Belinda, Linda Kay Byers and husband Loren, five grandchildren, five great grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews. She grew up in west Texas and graduated from Reagan County High School. She met her husband Robert in San Angelo while attending lolly’s Beauty College. They were married September 6, 1941. Robert made the military service his career and he and Irene traveled a lot, spending three years in lima, Peru on Embassy Duty as one of their many assignments. After Roberts retirement they moved to Seguin in 1979. Robert died in 1997. Irene was a member of First United Methodist Church, American Legion Aux. 245, Elks Aux. #1229, Silver Center, RSVR CVH Ladies Aux. She was a volunteer also with I lospice. She was involved with the development of I lospice of Guadalupe Valley I lospital and continued to serve on the advisory board. Irene was named by Texas Hospice Organization for outstanding service as Volunteer of the year for the state of Texas in the year 1992. She was also an amateur radio “ham” operator since 1949. She enjoyed teaching and playing the accordion, organ and loved to travel, dancing, and volunteer work. Service A Memorial service will be held 2:00 p.m. Saturday, October I, 2005 at the First United Methodist Church with Pastor Linda Montgomery officiating. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Hospice of GuadalupeValley Hospital or charity of choice. Arrangements with; Puente & Sons 1254 Bus Loop JSN New Braunfels. Texas 781 JI 830-424-0300 HARVEY E. BAUER Service are pending with Zoeller Funeral Home for I larvey E. Bauer, who passed away on Thursday Sept-meber 22, 2005 in New Braunfels, Texas at the age of 90. RAYMOND LAMPEL Funeral arrangements are pending at the Zoeller Funer al home for Raymond Lam-p’l, who passed away on Thursday, September 22, 2005 at the age of 80 years. Todays services ■ Cecilia McCormick, 84,11 a.m., Zoeller Funeral Home, New Braunfels. ■ Harold ll. Fieseler Sr., 89, IO a.m., Doeppenschmidt Funeral I lome. WARRANT CONTINUED FROM Page 1A County determined to collect fees “Our whole concept is to encourage people to come in and pay their stuff off," Wommack said. “If they owe fines or court costs, contact us and get them taken care of." Comal County Clerk Joy Streater took out a full-page ad in the Herald-Zeitung Sept. 4 listing 468 people who had failed to pay $262,628 in fines and fees. As of Thursday, $9,269.22 of that money had been collected by people who responded to the ad. Streater is preparing another one, she said. “Comal County is getting serious about collecting the fines and fees that are assessed in court,” Streater said. “This is step one. We’re just getting started, and we probably have this many more cases pending.” CRAFTS CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Hurricane Rita may have cut down entrees hard to make the contest successful. “Usually we have 145 entries and we've got exacdy 80 this year,” he said. “Everyone kept talking about rain and the hurricane.” Anderson said her fair experience was also a mixed bag. Though she won two grand champion awards, another chance for a ribbon went to the birds. “For the preserves, it’s really important that you use a really good fig crop,” she said. “We were going to enter our figs in the garden section, but the peacocks and birds finished them off before Tuesday night.” PARADE CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Police work to route safe for everyone to,” bange said. "If a vehicle’s left in there, we’ll try to locate the owner and get it moved without having to tow them.” The parking rules are in everybody’s best interests, Lange said. “It may seem like an inconvenience, but we just want to get the parade through with no safety issues,” Lange said. “Also, if you leave a car on the route, people will be sitting on it. If they can’t see around it, they could scratch or dent it, so its best to just move them.” IF YOU GO ■ Times: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. today Finding a seat: ■ Go early, about 8 a.m. Nearby parking will be difficult to find as parade time approaches. ■ Bring a chair and sunscreen ■ The best place to view the event is along San Antonio Street near the start of the parade. ■ On the plaza, a popular viewing spot, there will more shade on the Morgan Chase side of the street. Deciding where to park to watch the parade requires careful consideration, Lange said. In many instances, the closest available spaces to the parade route aren’t the best parking spaces because of the traffic gridlock after the parade, Lange said. “Plan on a long wait at the end of the parade,” Lange said. "Traffic’s going to be heavy everywhere. It might be better to park further away and walk so you don’t get stuck in downtown traffic.” Lange warned that pedestrians and children on bikes or skateboards will not be allowed to ride them back up the parade route. “No traffic will be allowed to come back against the parade route,” Lange said. “What happens is everybody stands in front of people who are trying to watch. We’re telling everybody to go back on Mill Street or another side street or just wait. We’re also asking people not to sit on the San Antonio Street bridge. We ll have an officer sitting there to make sure no one does," Lange said. Police also request those on floats not throw things off them — particularly candy for children, which is a common practice. “It’s too dangerous. Walk along and give it to kids, but if you throw it and it bounces back, theres a vehicle there," Lange said. “If a kid reaches for it, we can have smashed hands or worse." OSHA levies record fine in wake of BP plant explosion lr T«ka» 014**1 Dante lh Friday 8pm Seth Walker RECKLESS KELLY DAI J AS (AP) — BP Products North America Inc., the owner of the Texas City refinery where an explosion lulled 15 people in March, was fined mom than $21 million Thursday, a record for the government agency that oversees workplace safety. The Occupational Safety and I lealth Administration agency also is considering whether to refer some violations to the Justice Department for possible criminal prosecution, said John Miles Jr., regional administrator for OS! IA. Miles said the health and safety culture at the BP plant was lax, which contributed to die blast. Some violations had existed for years, he said. The OSHA fine was nearly double the previous record. BP said it has accepted responsibility and is working on corrective plans. BP has said human error led to the blast. "We entered into this agreement because the mistakes that led to this tragedy were our mistakes ... and want to focus on the job of setting things right," BP spokesman Ronnie Chappell said. The agreement applies to more than 300 violations found at the BP refinery after the March 23 blast and covers a number of fires and other incidents at die plant after the explosion, Miles said. Sunday 5 9 Teresa James jcMLy <AU*tr HT TEXAS TASTINGS & l l NKS JUNIOR BROWN Orts AF GOSPEL BKI NGH w/a TEXAS TWIST TEXAS STYLE MI SIC ITS r < k tut*! 2hi ROBERT EARL KEEN FOR TICKET INFO 830-629-5077 or yyyjvj.nruenehall.com Open Monday thru Saturday 1176 TM306 @ OLD HUNTER RD. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: September 23, 2005

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