New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 22, 1994, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 22, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 22, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas 2 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Tuesday, March 22,1994 Texas TodayGrand Jury Declines To Indict Store Owner HOUSTON (AP) — A Harris County grand jury has refused to india a grocery store owner in the controversial shooting death of a customer during an argument. The grand jury took no action in the case of Trahn Van Nyguyen, who said William Douglas Webber, 37, pulled a gun during an argument inside Nguyen’s laundry across the street from his grocery on Jan. 29. Arson officials still are investigating a February fire that heavily damaged the grocery, which several picketers demanded be closed after the shooting. Houston Fire Department arson investigators initially suspected one protester, but no charges have been filed. Residents of the mostly black neighborhood said Nguyen was insensitive to black customers and had no cause to shoot Webber. But the grand jury apparently felt Nguyen acted in self-defense. Glenda Joe, founder of the Council of Asian-American Organizations, said Nguyen and his family did not want to speak to the media. She said Nguyen plans to reopen his grocery at the Lyons location, where it has been for 12 years.Storeroom Supervisor Siphoned Off Chemicals To Make Drugs AUSTIN (AP) — The University of Texas’ virtually inexhaustible supply of chemicals has led to the production of tens of thousands of dollars worth of narcotics over past several years, officials say. An undercover Drug Enforcement Administration agent, testifying Monday at a federal court hearing, said UT storeroom supervisor Michael Mott, 44, “used his position” to siphon off chemicals needed to make narcotics. “Based upon my investigation, there are ties to the Hell’s Angels” motorcycle gang, the agent said. “I believe they are involved in the distribution of the finished product.” Mott allegedly provided chemicals to “cook” into speed. The speed then was distributed to Hell’s Angels contacts. Mott masked the disappearance of the raw chemicals by altering school computer records, the undercover agent alleges. He is one of three people charged with conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamines in the case.Man Who Caused Wreck That Killed Eight People Remains Unidentified LAREDO, Texas (AP) — Two unpleasant duties remain for investigators of a fiery accident that killed eight people — identifying the body of the man who caused it and helping a sheriff’s deputy bury loved ones who were among the victims. Webb County Sheriff Juan Garza said Monday that he had no leads on the identity of a man who sped away from pursuing deputies before slamming a stolen pickup truck into two other vehicles Saturday night. The man driving a stolen pickup, a married couple and a family of five were killed in the accident about five miles east of Laredo. “We did our best to try to prevent the endangerment of lives,” Garza said. “It's a really sad situation, especially when it hits home. One of my deputies’ families was involved.” forge Javier Rangel Sr., the brother of Deputy Ricardo Rangel, his wife, Gaitiana; and their children, Lconor, 12; Jorge Javier, IO; and Rod, 8, were killed when the speeding pickup rammed head-on into their pickup.Driver Hurt When Tanker Overturns, Explodes ABILENE, Texas (AP) — A 52-year-old truck driver was burned over 95 percent of his body after his fuel-loaded tanker toppled over and exploded, officials said. Marshall Weathers Jr. of Abilene was flown to Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, where he was listed in critical condition Monday night, administrator Jana Henderson said. MT. Dial saw the driver losing control Monday afternoon. “The truck started leaning over, and I started thinking about getting in reverse,” Dial told the Abilene Reporter-News.On display Sh—na Broussard, a 10-yaar-oW Frazier Elementary studenMecentty had her artwork selected by the Texas Art Education Association for the Texas Youth Art Exhibit In Austn. Only IOO students in Texas were selected to display their art at the fflMam B. Travis Building In Austin. The exhtolt ran from March 6 to March 19 to celebrate Texas Youth Art Month. Small Business Week to be celebrated May I — 7 Today’s waathar drawing is from Yasenia Delgado.Today** weather_ From the National Weather Service Forecast for Comal County Tonight, mostly fair this evening with increasing low clouds toward sunrise. Low in the lower 60s. South wind 10 to 15 mph. Wednesday, partly cloudy and warm.Water Watch_ Solar & lunar data Canyon Laka    Next full moom will be March 27. inflow.........342    cfs    The    next    new moon will    be April outflow........215    cfs    10. level........ 908.55    ft The Chamber’s Small Business Council will again sponsor Small Business Week in New Braunfels during the week of May 1-7. The week, which is observed nationally during this time, is designated to highlight small business in the community and to call attention to the importance of small business in New Braunfels. As a major part of the week-long observance, a Small Business Person of the Year will be selected and will be honored throughout the year, and specifically during the designated week. According to chair of the Small Business Week committee Gloria Opperman, “This award has been given to many outstanding business people in our community and we look forward to presenting it again this year to another of New Braunfels’ many small business people.” Honorees of this award in previous years are Mary Jane Nalley of Greene; Marian Benson of The Collection; Bob Schima of Henne Hardware and Cash and Dennis Hermes of Centex Office Center. Obituaries Diana R. Medellin Diana R Medellin, age 28, died Sunday March 20,1994, in San Antonio. A rosary will be recited Tuesday ar 7 ■p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home. Funeral services are Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Holy Family Catholic Church with Rev. Robert O’Hara officiating. Interment to follow in the Sts. Peter & Paul Cemetery Visitation continues until 1:30 p m Wednesday at which time the procession will depart from the funeral home. 2^ ASruN FUNERAL HOME Alfred Teitschik Mr Alfred Tehschik, age 92, of New Braunfels, died Saturday, March 19, 1994, at the Kirkwood Manor Nuisng | Home. He was bom Jan. 29,1902, in | Content, Texas to Josef Teitschik and ! Anna Tannenberger Teitschik. He : owned and operated Al’s Food Scr-: vice in Floresville for 15 yean before ; railing to New Braunfels 27 yean ; ago. He was a member of the New ; Braunfels Presbyterian Church, the •Hermann Sons Lodge #21, Comal County Senior Citizens, a former mem-• ber of the New Braunfels Community [Band. He was a founding member of the Teitschik Family Band that enter-■wigrf M Windiest. He was the last surviving member of his generation of the Tehschik family. He was preceded in death by two sisters and four brothers. He is survived by his loving wife Suzanne T. Teitschik of New Braunfels; grandson Craig Rogers and his wife Linda, Rev. Bruce Rogers and his wife Lynn; great-grandchildren Bryan, Bahany, Kyle and Michael Rogers. Funeral Services were Tuesday, March 22 at IO a.m. at the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church with Rev. Ken Peters officiating. Interment was in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Pallbearers were Herbert Teitschik, Alfred Teitschik, Wilbert Teitschik, Wilfred Teitschik, Avie Teitschik and Victor Lange. Memorials may be made to the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church Hymnal Fund or the local unit of the American Cancer Society. a ' of Arkansas City and BPO Elks Casper Lodge #1353 of Casper, Wyo. He is survived by his wife Frances L. * Allard of New Braunfels; daughter Maria Lane and husband David of Mesa, Ariz.; brother Charles Allard of San Antonio; and grandchildren Rachael and David Lane. A rosary will be recited 7 p.m. Tuesday March 22, 1994, at Doeppcn-schmidt Funeral Home. Funeral services will be Wednesday March 23 at Sts. Peter Sc Paul Catholic Church with Msgr. Edward Bily officiating. Entombment will be at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church. Visitation will begin at 11 a.m. on Tuesday and continue until 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. Doapptnschmldt Funeral HomaAll in the family United Airlines Captain Richard A. Gilbert and Co-Pilot Bryan R. Gilbert recently flew together for the first time as a father and son crew on the Boeing 737-300 aircraft. Joining them on the special four-day flight was wife and mother, Beverly A. Gilbert. Bryan graduated from New Braunfels High School In 1984 and is also a 1988 graduate of Embry-Rlddle Aeronautical University. Bryan has been with United four years. He now lives In Colorado. Richard ha been with United for 27 years. Richard and Beverly have lived In New Braunfels since 1975. City seeks members for historic commission At its regular meeting of April 11, 1994, New Braunfels City Council will be considering the appointment of three (3) members to the City of New Braunfels Historic Landmark Commission. These arc four (4) year terms ending April 7,1998. Members of this Commission should have knowledge and experience in the architectural, archaeological, cultural, social, economic, ahnic or political history of the City of New Braunfels. One of the three members must be a representative of the Comal County Historic Commission and one must represent the Board of Realtors. Applications are available in the Office of the City Secretary and must be delivered to the City Secretary’s office by noon April 6,1994. y&ih 4L ^FUNi FUNERAL HOME David C. Allard David C. Allard of New Braunfels, age 83, died Monday March 21,1994, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. He David C. Allard was bom on May 4, 1910 to Arthur and Alletta (Brokaw) Allard in Cowley County, Kan. He was married to Frances (Davis) Allard. A retired const ruaion engineer for Kellogg Construction Co. and former resident of Arkansas City, Kan., he was a IO 1/2 year resident of New Braunfels. He was a member of Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church and a member of Knights of Columbus Council #2614 of Arkansas City, Kellogg Old Timers MA I I RESS SA LE VINYL SALE Prices Start At 3"sq. yd. imps I h t I a I o I I 943 N. Walnut 625 - 3477 IHI ORK,IMAI (TACO CA6AHA ) Mf XICAN MATIC) ( Af J r-This coupon entitles bearer! I to buy 1 Chicken Flameante I | platter (3.49 + tax) I    and    get    one mn pi—ae pre—rn coupon when ordering at Now Braunfels Store Only. New Braunfels Sesquicentenma Europe Toui Book with us’ •vanrarr    aioak* 'i I I 1 also good at drive-thru window. leante Platter Includi Quarter Flameante (white or dark) borracho beans, rice, and two tortillas. 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