Friday, September 23, 2005

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 23, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas September 2005 HERALDZEUUNG Page 3A OBITUARIES Paid advertisements ANNIE IRENE RENE KING Annie Irene Rene King went to be with die Lord on September King was born November to Thomas and Rene Mae Hurst in She was preceded in death by her husband Robert and brother Melvin She is survived by Leroy Vicki King and wife Linda Kay Byers and husband five grandchil five great numerous nieces and She grew up in west Texas and graduated from Reagan Comity High She met her husband Robert in San Angelo while attending Jol lys Beauty They were married September Robert made the mili tary service his career and he and Irene traveled a spending three years in Peru on Embassy Duty as one of their many assign After Roberts retire ment they moved to Seguin in Robert died in Irene was a member of First United Methodist American Legion Elks Silver GVH Ladies She was a volunteer also with She was involved with the development of Hospice of Guadalupe Valley Hospital and continued to serve on the advisory Irene was named by Texas Hospice Organization for outstanding service as Vol unteer of the year for the state of Texas in the year She was also an ama teur radio ham operator since She enjoyed teaching and playing the organ and loved to and vol unteer Service A Memorial service will be held October 2005 at the First United Methodist Church with Pastor Linda Mont gomery In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Hospice of Guadalupe Valley Hospital or charity of Arrangements with HARVEY BAUER Service are pending with Zoeller Funeral Home for Harvey who passed away on Thursday Sept meber 2005 in New Texas at the age of RAYMOND LAMPL Funeral arrangements are pending at the Zoeller Funer al home for Raymond Lam who passed away on September 2005 at the age of 80 Todays services Cecilia Zoeller Funeral New Harold Fieseler Doeppenschmidt Funeral WARRANT CONTINUED FROM Page 1A County determined to collect fees Our whole concept is to encourage people to come in and pay their stuff Wommack If they owe fines or court contact us and get them taken care Comal County Clerk Joy Streater took out a fullpage ad in the HeraldZeitung 4 listing 468 people who had failed to pay in fines and As of of that money had been col lected by people who responded to the Streater is preparing another she Comal County is getting serious about collecting the fines and fees that are assessed in Streater This is step Were just getting and we probably have this many more cases blue r bonnet LET GO of your STOMACH PROBLEMS Are you a woman experiencing any of these symptoms Early fullness while eating Postmeal fullness Bloating You may have a digestive condition called which may occur during or after Our physicians are conducting a research study for DYSPEPSIA with the investigational use of an already approved medication and invite you to take If you qualify you will receive all study examinations and study For more please call 830 6250305 Ext 329 Hill Country Medical Associates 774 Unda Drive t TX 78130 I CRAFTS CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Hurricane Rita may have cut down entrees hard to make the contest suc Usually we have 145 entries and weve got exactly 80 this he Every one kept talking about rain and the Anderson said her fair expe rience was also a mixed Though she won two grand champion another chance for a ribbon went to the For the its real ly important that you use a really good fig she We were going to enter our figs in die garden but the peacocks and birds fin ished them off before Tues day MANDY Fouryearold Austin Dean carefully scoops up a baby chick Thursday afternoon in the Baby Barnyard at the Comal County PARADE CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Police work to route safe for everyone Lange If a vehicles left in well tiy to locate the owner and get it moved without having to tow The parking rules are in everybodys best Lange It may seem like an incon but we just want to get the parade through with no safety Lange if you leave a car on the people will be sitting on If they cant see around they could scratch or dent so its best to just move IF YOU GO 10 to 12 today Finding a seat Go about 8 Nearby parking will be diffi cult to find as parade time Bring a chair and sunscreen best place to view the event is along San Antonio Street near the start of the On the a popular viewing there will more shade on the Morgan Chase side of the Deciding where to park to watch the parade requires careful Lange In many the clos est available spaces to the parade route arent the best parking spaces because of the traffic gridlock after the Lange Plan on a long wait at the end of the Lange Traffics going to be heavy It might be better to park further away and walk so you dont get stuck in downtown Lange warned that pedes trians and children on bikes or skateboards will not be allowed to ride them back up the parade No traffic will be allowed to come back against the parade Lange What happens is everybody stands in front of people who are trying to Were telling everybody to go back on Mill Street or another side street or just Were also asking people not to sit on the San Antonio Street Well have an officer sitting there to make sure no one Lange Police also request those on floats not throw things off diem particularly candy for which is a common Its too Walk along and give it to but if you throw it and it bounces theres a vehicle Lange If a kid reaches for we can have smashed hands or OSHA levies record fine in wake of BP plant explosion Oldtil Dance Hall DALLAS AP BP Products North America the owner of the Texas City refinery where an explosion killed 15 people in was fined more man million a record for the government agency that oversees workplace The Occupational Safety and Health Administration agency also is considering whether to refer some violations to the Justice Department for possi ble criminal said John Miles regional admin istrator for Miles said the health and safety culture at the BP plant was which contributed to the Some violations had existed for he The OSHA fine was nearly double the previous BP said it has accepted responsibility and is working on corrective BP has said human error led to the We entered into this agree ment because the mistakes that led to this tragedy were our mistakes and want to focus on the job of setting things BP spokesman Ronnie Chappell 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 the plant after the Miles Friday Kpm Selh Walker Salinxla Nighl RECKLESS KELLY Sunday 51 Teresa James TEXAS TASTINGS TUNES October Hli JUNIOR BROWN October Wi GOSPEL BRUNCH TEXAS TWIST TEXAS STYLE MUSIC FEST ROBERT EARL KEEN FOR TICKKT INFO 8306295077 or Open Monday thru Saturday 625 San Antonio Street across from First United Methodist Church USED BOOKS Farmer Market 1176 FM306 OLD HUNTER HOURS 10AM DARK 10AM 6PM NEXT TO DOUGS 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