New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 18, 1995, Page 2

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August 18, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 18, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 □ Herald-Zeitung g Friday, August 18 .1995 Texas Today Grand Jury Takes No Action In Bayou Vista Police Brutality Case GALVESTON. Texas (AP) — A Galveston County grand j un has chosen not to hand down indictments against a couple and the Milage ^iceman they say pushed them around The grand jury determined that neither Pam and Bill Fraser new Officer William Miller, who they say assaulted them in front of their house early June 24. should be prosecuted “But I think (grand jurors) were very sympathetic to the Frasers, to a large degree.” District Attorney Mike Guanno said The Frasers, of Deer Park, said Mil er accosted them in front of their weekend home in the small Milage on the southern coast of the county s mainland. Miller, in his first public statement about the incident Thursday, said Mrs. Fraser hit him and resisted arrest Miller said he had suspected her of drunken dmmg after observing ber driving erratically. Armyworm Infestation Destroys West Texas Cotton Crops SAN ANGELO. Texas (AP) — A rampaging insect infestation has dev oured ov er half of the Concho Valley cotton crop, a disaster dial could cost farmers $50 million, state agriculture officials say. The beet army worm is responsible for the destruction of cotton crops in Tom Green. Runnels. Schleicher and Concho counties over the past IO days. said state entomologist Dr. Tom Fuchs Fuchs, who works for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, called the infestation the worst beet armyworm outbreak he's seen in hts 16 years in the area. The armyworm is not considered lo be a threat to cotton and is common in Texas. The possibility that the insect could migrate north to the South Plains cotton country around Lubbock, which is responsible for one-fifth of the plant’s production in the United States, has agriculture officials worried. Thro Jail Inmates Charged In Baaling of Child Abusa Suspect TYLER, Texas (AP) — Aggravated assault charge* have been filed against three Smith County Jail inmates accused of dragging a child abuse suspect out of his cell and brutally beating him. Sheriffs LL Mike Lusk said Thursday that the charges were filed against Larry Hicks, 23; Reginald Saunders, 21; and Mark Floyd, 24, all of Tyler. They were being held in lieu of $10,000 bond on the assault charge. They were charged in the Tuesday beating of Floyd Smith, 39, of Lindale, Lusk said. Smith is suffering from face lacerations and bruised ribs. He also has complained of neck pain and swelling. Smith, charged with injury to a child, was taken to East Texas Medical Center Thursday for additional medical tests, but was returned to his cell later in the day. Sheriff J.B. Smith said. Smith was initially hospitalized Tuesday after fellow inmates broke cur of their cells and assaulted him. jail officials said Men Who Claim To Be Descendants Of Outlaw Says Jasse Jamas Buried In Texas GRANBURY. Texas (AP) — Two more men who claim to be grandsons of Missouri outlaw Jesse James say they believe their grandfather is buried in a cemetery rn this Texas town. Charles James. 56. who lives in Iowa. and Jesse Quannah James of Arkansas say their grandfather is buried here and not m Kearney. Mo., where a group of scientists have exhumed some remains in an attempt to determine who is buried in Jesse’s grave. The Arkansas men appeared Thursday at a news conference at the Granbury Opry House with historian Bud Hardcastle. The brothers say they descend from the bandit and a Cherokee woman named Emma Sanders, one of at least 13 w omen the bandit married, according to amateur historian Bud Hardcastle. w ho accompanied the brothers. Other reports put the number of purported wives at 15 to 26. said Jesse James IV, 40, a Leander carpenter who also claims to be Jesse James* grandson. Obituaries Eteska E. Mueller Eteska E. Mueller passed away Thursday, Aug. 17. 1995 at Autumn Winds Retirement Lodge at the age of 85. She was bom Dec. 2, 1909 to Edwin and Thekla (Heimer) Rauch. She met John J Mueller and on Nov. 5, 1927, they were married. Eteska Mueller is survived by her son. Jerome R. and wife Betty Mueller, of Schertz; four grandchildren. Glenn and wife Stephanie Mueller, of Cibolo. Mary' K Mueller, of Chicago. Donna Jane and husband Kin YanDenbergh. of Glertnnose. and Danny and wife Darla Mueller, of Canyon Lake; and 7 greatgrandchildren She was preceded in death by her husband. John J. Mueller. Funeral services will be held at IO a.rn. Saturday. Aug. 19. 1995 at Zoeller Funeral Home with Rev . Richard Carse officiating. Interment will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Visitation will begin at I pm Friday, Aug. 18, 1995 and continue until service time on Saturday. rMmr Sammy B. Kail Sammy B. Kail, of New Braunfels, passed away Thursday, Aug. 17, 1995 at San Antonio Regional Hospital at the age of 71. She was bom Oct. 31, 1923 in Goose Creek, Texas to Samuel and Sybil (Buchner) Barton and married Harold Kail on March 15,1946 in Houston. She was a New Braunfels resident for 12 years and was a member of First United Methodist Church. She was a life member and past president of American Legion Auxiliary Post #179; immediate past president of the 14th District of the American Legion Auxiliary'; was currently president of the Ladies Elks Lodge #2279; was a HOSTS volunteer with the NBISD; and was a life member of the FTA. Survivors include her husband. Harold Kail, of New Braunfels; two daughters, Patti Taber and husband Jim. of Nikiski, Alaska, Cheryl McDougald and husband Curtis, of New Braunfels; three grandchildren, Christy McDougald, Paul and Jennifer Taber, two sisters, Wilma Clark, of GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 629-6400 lH 35 and Walnut Ave. Coldspring^ Texas, and Jane Gennusa, of Houston, Texas; and 6 nieces. A funeral service will be held Monday, Aug. 21, 1995 at 11:30 a m. at First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Bob Tatum officiating. Interment will follow at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Visitation will begin at ll am. Saturday, Aug. 19, and continue until IO a.m. on Monday. Memorial contributions may be made to the scholarship program at the American Legion Post #179 Auxiliary. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Thomas I. Newell Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Thomas I. 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