New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 3, 1994, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 03, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 3, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Texas Briefs Lottery to hit $15 million AUSTIN (AP) The jackpot for Wednesday’s Lotto Texas is expected to reach $15 million, state lottery officials said. No tickets correctly matched all six numbers drawn Saturday night for the twice-weekly game, officials said The numbers drawn from a field of 50 were: 13,22,32, 37,39 and 48. There were 168 tickets sold with five of the six numbers, with each ticket worth $1,316. There were 8,101 tickets with four of six numbers, with each winning $98. And there were 143*265 tickets sold with tliree of six numbers, with each worth an automatic $3. Pilot In Now Mexico Crash Investigated For Drug Usa And Trafficking HOUSTON (AP) — A former Federal Aviation Administration investigator says the agency retaliated against him after he continued a drug probe into a pilot who later died when his Leaijet crashed into a mountain in New Mexico, according to a published report The pilot and six other people died in the crash about six months after the investigator was ordered by an FAA official to stop his investigation into allegations that the pilot was involved in illegal drug use and trafficking, the Houston Chronicle reported today. The official ordered the investigator to halt the pT)be because he was exceeding the scope of his authority, according to documents presented in an FAA labor dispute. An autopsy determined that the pilot, Eldon “Al” Sumrall, 45, had cocaine, alcohol and the sedative meprobamate in his body after the crash on Sept. 5 near Pecos, N.M. At the time, the plane was enroute from Houston to Santa Fe. Others killed were Sumrall’s wife, Laurie, 38, a science teacher at Memorial Middle School; attorney Gary Becker, 40; his wife, Mary, 40; model Kimberly Coleman, 26; businessman Bucky Ahrens, 33; and co-pilot Mony Rich, 42. Rgporti AQ Aktos Granted Campaign Laavaa Da spite Policy DALLAS (AP) — The top assistant to Attorney General Dan Morales said he was unaware that two key Morales aides received leaves of absence to work on Morales’ re-election campaign, in violation of departmental policy. Citing state records, The Dallas Morning News reported in its Tuesday editions that Morales scheduler Betsy Howie and communications director Mary Elizabeth Jackson were granted leaves — Ms. Jackson on Dec. 3, Ms. Howie on Feb. I. That would have meant their state positions would have been kept open for them and they could have kept their state insurance benefits if they paid the premiums, state employment records said. Morales' top assistant, Jorge Vega, said he was unaware that the two had received leaves until reporters contacted him Monday. He said he would request resignations from Ms. Howie and Ms. Jackson. The policy, which dates back at least three years, has forced numerous attorney general employed to choose between political and government duties. The policy was restated in an April 15 memo circulated agencywide, The News said. Louisiana Man On Taxaa Daath Now For It Toots Put To Dooth HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) — An ex-carpenter from Louisiana wu put to death early today for fatally shooting a security guard during the robbery of a Houston bar 16 years ago. Paul Rougeau, 46, had insisted he wu innocent of the death of 50* year-old Albeit Wilkins Throe of Rougeau's sisters and a niece filed into the Texas death chamber to watch the lethal injection, which began at 12:11 a m. CDT. “Love you all,” he told them u they entered. “Peace be with you all.” Bargs Runt Aground In Introcoostol Ch annot PORT MANSFIELD, Texas (AP) — Residents blamed the U.S. Coast Guard for responding slowly to a grounded barge and a tug boat that sank while trying to free it. Although authorities said the double-bulled barge lost none of its 13,000-ton load of sodium hydroxide, residents complained that the accident Mooday showed a lack of emergency preparedness for potential spills in Laguna Madre. Obituaries Aspyn Denise Meaux Graveside services will be held Tuesday May 3, 1994, at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park for Aspyn Denise Meaux, who died Sunday, May 1,1994, the day of her birth. She is survived by her parents, Robert and Rachal Meaux of Louisiana; grandparents John and Bonnie Meaux of New Braunfels, Harold and Joan Smith of Louisiana, and Jeff and Sherry Lawrence of New Braunfels; great-grandparents Jane Schaefer of Louisiana, Evelyn and Harold Smith of Kentucky, Ray Cobb of New Braun- Tuesday, May 3.1994 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ a fels, Gem Lawrence of New Braunfels, George and Delores Lawrence of Marble Falls; great-great-grandparents Lola Cobb of New Braunfels, Elo and Louise Schwarz of New Braunfels, Onita Williams of Shepherd; Great-great-great-grandmother Beatrice Harris of Shepherd; Uncles Randy Means and Travis Lawrence, both of New Braunfels; and numerous great aunts, great uncles and second cousins. She was preceded in death by great-grandparents Chloetyle Meaux, Roy Schaefer and Janie Carolyn Cobb. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 7dk -t-ZSHK fclNtKU HOMi 30 1-10x13 Color I 8x10 ■ Photos 2 5x7 2 3x5 16 King Sue Wallets $1199 KODA* PAPfR 8 Regular S'ze Wallets 99s Deposit •y ^ 00 Due at Pick up plus tax At: City Pharmacy 386 Lands Western Shopping Clr. Date: Tuesday, May 3,1994 Photo Hrs.: IO tm-6 pm Group charge 99s per person PAPER for a Good I ooh FOR CREATIVE COLOR PORTRAITS BRENDA BORCHERS FREEMAN City Council, District 3 * Low Taxes * Quality Fire, Police and Emergency Services * Economic Growth * Jobs * Conservation of Our Environment POSITIVE LEADERSHIP AND COMMON SENSE Early voting April 18 - May 3, Courthouse, Room 306 Pd. Pol. Ad., Dona Bruns, 422 Saddle Tree, New Braunfels, TX 78130, Treasurer. ACROSS 1 Banner 5 Strong rope 10 Windstorm 14 Widespread 15 Actor Flynn 16 Still snoozing 17 General Bradley 18 Is ahead 19 Pueblo Indian 20 Orange jam 22 Midler or Davis 23 Hubbub 24 Waterlogged 25 — checkers 29 Leasing arrangements 33 Burdened 34 Glass bottle 36 Director Kazan 37 Feel ill 38 Listened 39 Greek letter 40 Piece of news 42 Sea eagle 43 Not together 45 Tight 47 Opposite 49 Total 50 Teachers’ org. 51 Bird that honks 54 Desk item 60 Song in an opera 61 — cane 62 Spy Mata — 63 Sharp taste 64 In the midst of 65 Radiate 66 Actress Sommer 67 Shrewd 68 Window frame DOWN 1 — soup to nuts 2 Capital of Peru 3 At a distance 4 Pertinent 5 Large stringed instruments 6 Region 7 Type of nail 8 Ore deposit 9 Chicago Loop trains 10 Newspaper 11 Be next to 12 Allowed to borrow 13 Actress Adams 21 Middle Eastern gulf 22 Cartwright of "Ponderosa" 24 Join (metal) 25 Prospector's territory 26 Caribbean island 27 Lazes 28 Each 29 Less cooked 30 Church table 31 Fish-story experts 32 Fry 35 Writer Fleming PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED erarag raranra moraa® □□na ranrag naramn nrags agora anragra ragragss raararasggra gag gora arara raraorao graosgra gmraranaoraa sararao Mono rannmg raono raragrao raggrasaa soBoran raraaog worn srao orag gggrammma raararanra □ararao ranoa arara® rara ram n carane osgo gggoa going ragrara 5-3-94 © 1994 United Feature Syndicate 38 Ship’s tiller 41 Note 43 Declare 44 Downy fruits 46 Lament 48 Vigor 51 Entrance 52 Of mouths 53 Barnyard sound 54 Cougar 55 Excited 56 Part of a window 57 Dalai — 58 Flower 59 Part of an orange 61 Pouch THE ORIGINAL TACO CASADA  MEXICAN PATIO CAFE  ■ ) Tjhis coupon entitles bearer! 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