A8 County Star-News Thursday, October 1, 2009
NFU urging EPA to push RAILROAD COMMISSION OF TEXAS
OFFICE OF GENERAL COUNSEL
renewable energy for U.S.
OIL AND GAS DOCKET IN RE: CONSERVATION AND PREVENTION
NO. 100262937 OF WASTE OF CRUDE PETROLEUM AND
NATURAL GAS IN THE STATE OF TEXAS
AMENDED TO INCLUDE STATEWIDE
National Farmers Union last the definition of renewable bio- existing U.S. Department of Ag- RULE 9 LANGUAGE AND EXPAND
week urged the Environmen- mass; verification of eligible re- riculture (USDA) data to verify SERVICE LIST
tal Protection Agency (EPA) to newable biomass; and the use of that feedstocks such as corn and
implement the Renewable Fuels life-cycle greenhouse gas emis- other renewable biomass were Austin, Texas
Standard (RFS2) in a manner sions calculations. grown on eligible acres under the September 30, 2009
that will spur the continued de- EPA’s proposed renewable program instead of relying upon
EPA site visits to farm fields and AMENDED
velopment of a domestic renew- biomass criteria do not include
NOTICE OF HEARING
able fuels industry and benefit feedstocks produced on range- ethanol facilities.
ON THE APPLICATION OF MOBEETIE RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
rural America. land, excluding 405 million Johnson said the statute, as FOR A PERMIT TO DISPOSE OF FLUID CONTAINING HYDROGEN
In comments submitted to acres. “This could significantly passed by Congress, does not SULFIDE INTO A RESERVOIR NOT PRODUCTIVE OF OIL AND GAS
EPA Administrator Lisa Jack- limit dedicated energy crop de- mandate that EPA consider inter- BUD HOGAN SWD 44 LEASE, WELL NO. 2
son, NFU President Roger John- velopment in the western United national land use change as part MOBEETIE (BROWN DOLO H2S DISP)
son said a well designed RFS2 is States and deprive these rural of its lifecycle analysis. WHEELER COUNTY, TEXAS
critical to rural America’s con- communities of needed econom- “The proposed rule’s interpre- ________________________________
tinued economic revitalization. ic opportunity,” Johnson said. tation of indirect land use emis-
sions as well as the modeling and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the public and to all interested persons that under the legal authority and
NFU’s comments focused on Additionally, Johnson said
jurisdiction of Title 3, Oil and Gas, Subtitles A, B, and C of the Texas Natural Resources Code, Chapters 26, 27 and 29 of
three areas of the proposed rule: the final rule should rely upon analysis are faulty and should not
the Texas Water Code, and TEX. GOV’T CODE ANN. art. §§ 2001 et seq. (2009), the RAILROAD COMMISSION
be part of the final rule,” John- OF TEXAS will hold a hearing on OCTOBER 19, 2009, at 9:00 a.m. at the William B. Travis State Office Building,
son said. “Instead of including an1701 N. Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas. This hearing will be conducted in conformity with the TEX. GOV’T CODE
arbitrary, unmandated, unscien- ANN. art. §§ 2001 et seq. (2009). For room assignment, on the date of the hearing please check the bulletin board in the
tific theory of international land1st Floor lobby. Persons planning to attend this hearing are urged to contact the applicant immediately prior to the hear-
use change, additional analysis ing date to be sure that the hearing will proceed on the scheduled date.
Nursing, Therapy and Rehab should be done to understand the This hearing will be held to consider the application of Mobeetie Resource Development for authority
full implications of this theory.”pursuant to the “Injection Provision” of Statewide Rule 36(c)(10) and for authority pursuant to Statewide Rule 9 to
Residents are our highest priority The RFS2 was passed by Con- dispose of acid gas by injection into the Brown Dolomite formation in its Bud Hogan SWD 44 Lease, Well No. 2,
Long Term and Short Term Care Mobeetie (Brown Dolo H2S Disp) Field, Wheeler County, Texas. The proposed well is located 1.5 miles southeast
gress as part of the Energy In-
of New Mobeetie on the 215 acre Bud Hogan SWD 44 Lease, 1,740 feet from the north line and 2,376 feet from the
Candy Branscum, Administrator dependence and Security Act of east line of the H&GN RR Co./Matthews G O Survey, A-446, Wheeler County, Texas. The applicant also proposes
605 W. 7th • McLean, Tx • (806) 779-2469 2007, and is modeled after the that a new disposal field be established for the field, the Mobeetie (Brown Dolo H2S Disp) Field.
www.creativesolutionsinhealthcare.com original RFS, which was part of If you have questions regarding this application, please contact the Applicant’s representative, Kerry Pol-
the 2005 Energy Bill. The origi- lard, at (512) 2632008. If you have any questions regarding the hearing procedure, please contact the Railroad
*** THINK ON THIS *** nal RFS has been critically im-
portant to the successful growth
Commission, Office of General Counsel, at (512) 4636848.
IF A CONTINUATION IS NECESSARY, this hearing will proceed at the William B. Travis State Office
Healthcare during the 1950s and 1960s was not of the domestic ethanol industry. Building, Austin, Texas, and, to the extent possible, on subsequent working days. The room number and exact time of
the continuation will be announced on the record in this proceeding and recorded with Docket Services, Office of General
complicated. It was Christian, honest, fair and it worked. Driver loses control of ve- Counsel, Railroad Commission of Texas.
Today I will do the same things and it still works. hicle, no injuries reported PURSUANT TO SAID HEARING, the Commission will enter such rules, regulations, and orders as in its
Now, with the discovery of Applied Kinesiology, On Tuesday, September 22, judgment the evidence presented may justify.
ANY REQUEST FOR POSTPONEMENT of this hearing must be received no later than five (5) working
it works much better on healing pain and so-called “dis- at 9 p.m. a 1992 Chevy Camero,
days prior to the scheduled date shown above. Copies of such request must be forwarded to all parties shown on the service
eases” in young and old. driven by 21-year-old Samanth list.
To learn and experience modern healing through Kohl of Tucson, Arizona, was TO APPEAR IN SUPPORT OF OR IN OPPOSITION TO THIS PROCEEDING, a party other than
eastbound on I-40, when the driv- the applicant must file with Docket Services, Office of General Counsel, at least five (5) working days in advance of the
Applied Kinesiology, call me at 1.580.821.1506 er became distracted causing her hearing date, a notice of intent to appear. A copy of the notice of intent to appear should be served on the applicant and
to lose control of her vehicle. any other parties of record.
Dr. Victor Gdanski, D.C. • 617 W. 3rd. • Elk City, OK 73644 According to Shamrock Offi- IF ANY PARTY DESIRES A WRITTEN TRANSCRIPT of the hearing by a Court Reporter, that party
cer Will Wright, of the Shamrock should notify Docket Services at (512) 463-6848, at least five (5) working days in advance of the hearing date. If a written
Police Department, the vehicle transcript is requested, the Commission may assess the cost of the transcript to one or more parties. Unless any party
QUALITY veered into the median, crossed
requests a written transcript, the record will be made by audio recording.
ANY INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY who needs auxiliary aids and services in order to have an equal
HEATING & COOLING over the west bound lanes of opportunity to effectively communicate and participate in this hearing must request such aids or services at least two weeks
traffic and up the embankment in prior to the scheduled hearing by notifying the Personnel office of the Railroad Commission of Texas by mail at P.O. Box
Kent Payne front of Mitchell’s Restaurant. 12967, Austin, Texas 787112967, or by telephone at (512) 4637327 or TDD No. (512) 4637284.
Cell (806) 216-0440 Both the driver and passenger, ALL EXHIBITS FILED AS A PART OF THE RECORD in this cause must be submitted in duplicate.
Office (806) 256-5239 a six week old infant, were wear- Data in Commission records may be incorporated by reference, but the reference must be specific, and if it includes exhib-
Serving 45 mile radius of Shamrock. ing the proper safety restraints. its filed in prior proceedings before the Commission, a copy of such exhibit properly identified shall be submitted for this
COMPETITIVE QUOTES OF The infant was transported by record.
HIGH EFFICIENCY EQUIPMENT EMS to Shamrock General Hos- THE APPLICANT MUST review this notice for accuracy and completeness. The applicant shall immedi-
ately notify Docket Services, Office of General Counsel of any discrepancy or omission.
Service on ANY brand. pital, as required by law, to be
THIS HEARING REQUIRES NOTICE BY PUBLICATION.
Factory authorized dealer for Carrier, American Standard,
checked out. He was released 27-1tp-PPC
Trane, Frigidaire, Gibson, Armstrong, Concord and with no injuries.
Dave Christenson, 52 Lura Mae Gipson, 91
Dave Christenson, 52, died Friday, September 25, 2009, in Hig- Lura Mae Gipson, 91, died
gins, Texas. Memorial services were held at 1 p.m. Thursday, Octo- September 26, 2009, in Sham-
ber 1, 2009, at Hughs Funeral Home Memorial Chapel. Interment will rock, Texas. Services were held
be in Gage, Oklahoma at a later time under the direction of Hughs Tuesday, September 29, 2009,
Funeral Home of Canadian, Texas. at 1 p.m., at Calvary Christian
Dave was born September 27, 1956, to Mrs. Eileen Hanson Chris- Fellowship with Brother Joe G.
tenson and the late Mr. Harold James Christenson. He attended Jernigan, pastor, officiating. In-
schools in El Paso, Texas. Dave moved to Higgins in 1999 from terment was in the Texola Cem-
Shamrock, Texas. He worked as a rancher for many years. etery, Texola, Oklahoma, under
He is preceded in death by one son, Jim E. Moore and one brother, the direction of Wright Funeral
Gary Christenson. Directors.
He is survived by his daughter, Shanda Christenson of Gage, Lura Mae Brooks married
Oklahoma; his mother, Eileen Christenson of Park Rapids, Minne- “Buster” Gipson August 4, 1934,
sota; three sisters, Cathy Christenson of Alaamogordo, New Mexico; in Texola, Oklahoma. He pre-
Janice Gilmore of Nevis, Minnesota; DeeDee Raue of Park Rapids, ceded her in death in 2005. Lura
Minnesota; one granddaughter, Braylee Jones of Gage, Oklaoma; Mae has lived in Shamrock since
and many nieces, nephews and close friends. 1978, and was a member of the
Send condolences online at www.hughsfuneralhome.com. First Baptist Church. She was
Soel R. Garza, 52 also preceded in death by her
Soel Garza, 52, a loving hus- parents, one son, two brothers
band, father and grandfather, and a grandson.
Lura Mae Gipson
Survivors include one son, Neil Gipson and wife, Shirley, of Odes-
passed away Thursday, Sep-
sa, Texas; two daughters, Willie Sappington and husband, Johnny, of
tember 24, 2009. Services were
Amarillo, Texas, and Shirley Tuttle and husband, Don, of Shamrock,
held Monday at 11:30 a.m. in
Texas; four grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; great-great-
Greenwood Chapel. Burial was
grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
in Greenwood Memorial Park, in
The family suggests memorials be made to a favorite charity or
Texola Cemetery Association, 16909 Rt. 665, Erick, Oklhahoma
Soel loved driving his truck,
taking care of his family and
Please sign the online guest book at www.wrightfuneraldirectors.
working on his yard. He will be
greatly missed. County Star-News, October 1, 2009
Survivors include his wife, Ali- • More Obituaries, Page a9 •
cia; children, Maria, Carol and
Crystal Sanchez, Carolina and ParKVieW HOsPitaL
Jennifer Garza; four grandchil-
Assisted Living: Tom Frye, Iona May, Julia Buckingham, Annie Ruth
dren; five siblings; and a host
Lee, Marcilla Payne.
of other family members and
Admissions: 9/21 Helen Steen, Valetta Frankenbery; 9/23 Diana Olguin;
soel r. Garza friends. 9/25 Eunice Odom.
Fern Turnbow, 96 Dismissals: 9/22 Helen Steen, Valetta Frankenbery, Julia Buckingham;
Fern Turnbow, 96, died Thursday, September 24, 2009, in Wheel- 9/23 Shyana Zybach; 9/25 Diana Olguin; 9/26 Eunice Odom.
er, Texas. Services were held Saturday, September 26, 2009, at 10
a.m., in Calvary Christian Fellowship with Joe Plum, officiating. Inter-
ment was in the Shamrock Cemetery, Shamrock, Texas, under the
direction of Wright Funeral Directors.
Fern Turnbow was born December 27, 1912, in McCurtin, Okla-
homa, to John and Mary Winters Martin. She married Edward Adde
Turnbow on June 1, 1929 in Wellington, Texas. He preceded her in
death on April 4, 1986.
Fern was the curator at Pioneer West Museum and she enjoyed
cooking at the Adobe Walls Boy Scout Camp for many years. She
was a member of the Rebeccah’s, B and PW and the Advent Chris-
tian Church in Pampa.
She was preceded in death by six brothers, two sisters, and a great
Survivors include one son, Holice Turnbow of Sturbridge, Mas-
sacheuttes; three daughters, Martha Darr and husband, Richard of
Dexter, Michigan, Marilyn Copeland and husband, Don of Pampa, New Hours
Texas, and Nancy Simpson and husband, Jimmie of Kathleen, Geor- Open 7 Days a week
gia; 12 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-
grandchildren. 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Please sign the online guest book at www.wrightfuneraldirectors.