The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise from Seguin, Texas on October 20, 1996 · Page 18
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October 20, 1996

The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise from Seguin, Texas · Page 18

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Hl^^^flNk £ 4ttM^g^^M J^^^^te flWk MttH^A • H^^^'Mn ^NnnMiyt %N^NMMn vPe^ w^^p I^^^^H^^gl^^^^^^^^L, ^^^^^__ *|^~^fc ^a^HBwPlR^^Ta»ll^W»^WWe^w ' ^Sn^^^^vVp T^S^W*j|Bf lL_lk-J thfo& that The Marlon ISO Technology task Force will host a Community lechndlogy Forum Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m. in the Krueger Elementary School library. Details of the Local and Wide Area Networks planned for the Marion ISO will be explained, an Internet demonstration is planned, and the future of technology in the schools and communf- ty will be discussed in an open forum. The Technology Task Force is made up of teachers, administrators, parents and technology specialists. Its goal is to make Marion ISO a place where students learn to cope, and that involves technology and the Internet. Child care will be available. For more information, call 914-2803. Ml ClUD The 42 Club at First United Methodist Church meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 2 p.m. at the church. The next meeting is Oct. 22. ^Republican women Guadalupe County Republican Women will meet Thursday, Oct. 24, at 11:30 a.m. at the Seguin Holiday Inn. Republican candidates will speak at the meeting. Election of officers for the Republican Women will be held. Make reservations by Oct. 22 by calling Betty Jean Jones at 379-6838 or Jan Klingbeil at 560-2826. » ^Basket Brigade Anyone interested in helping with the second annual Thanksgiving Basket Brigade is asked to attend a meeting Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. in the Seguin-Guadalupe County Public Library. For more information, call Flora Ingalls at 303-0487. Hfefenslve driving The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) is offering a defensive driving course to those 50 and older at Cross Church Fellowship Hall, 814 N. Bauer, on Oct. 22-23, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. To enroll, call 372-0228 or 379-2890. t Zonta Club The Zonta Club of Seguin will meet Wednesday, Oct. 23, at noon in the Golden Corral meeting room. Gloria Rivera, a Zonta member who chairs the United Nations Committee, will present a program in commemoration of the signing of the United Nations charter. Rivera is associated with the Engineering Power Solutions and Seguin Web Design. She also teaches private piano lessons and is accompanist for the Seguin High School choirs. The topic of the program will be the UNICEF service project that Zonta is currently supporting in South Africa, promoting girls' education in the post-Apartheid era. For information, call Carlotta Del Vecchio at 372-4400. > County Democrats The Guadalupe County Democrats will meet Thursday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Staples Civic Center in Staples on FM 621. The Texas Victory Democrats 96 will be in charge of the program and entertainment. The meeting is open to everyone. Come and bring a friend. ^Friends of Library The semi-annual meeting of the Friends of Seguin and Guadalupe County Library will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 24, in the meeting room. The public is invited. The program will be given by Joe and Ruth Ray. They spent time in Brazil participating in the International Methodist Meeting. While there, they assisted in the building of a library. Sttff photo Zoo, an 8-month female Schnauzer and Scottie mix, is looking for a new home. She has been spayed, has all of her shots and is a friendly, active little dog. A bundle of energy, Zoe even gets along with other dogs. Interested? Call Margaret at 303-6575 or Yvonne at 303-6077. Task force rounds up suspected dealers Cont'd. from Pg. 1A work would quickly be spreading the word that "the law" was serving warrants. It was only three minutes to the next location. Quickly, the team secured the house. The outside officers seemed to communicate mostly with their eyes and a few hand gestures... again, little was said. In a few minutes officers came out of the house with the individual named in the warrant, read him his rights, and placed him under arrest. This individual's vehicle was allegedly used in the trafficking of cocaine and it was quickly impounded by a stand-by wrecker. • The team leader called for a "transport" vehicle (another police car to transport the arrested individual to the police station) which arrived within two minutes. Then it was back in the car and off to the next location. :; Word had been received that a "wanted" individual had beert spotted riding a bicycle in a nearby neighborhood. The individual was spotted by officers in the lead car. He was quickly apprehended and transported back to the police station. A radio transmission was received asking for assistance from the canine unit to check a house for a suspect. Within two minutes we were at that location. The dog did his work and another arrest was made. This quick arrest process went on for about an hour and 15 minutes at locations both within the city limits of Seguin and in Guadalupe County. Now back at the Seguin Police Department's "in-processing" area, the suspects were thoroughly searched again. One individual was found to have several pack- ets of cocaine stuck in the corners of his pockets. The suspects' possessions were inventoried, the suspects were photographed, and they were locked up in holding cells awaiting transport to the Guadalupe County Jail for booking and mag- istration. Only a couple hours from its start, the bust was completed with eight less drug traffickers operating on the streets of our community. Active warrants remain on the other still-at-large suspects. Friday's arrests ended a six- month undercover investigation into illegal narcotic dealing within the city limits of Seguin and Guadalupe County. With intelligence gathered from the Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office, the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Seguin Police Department, the task force was able to make 61 arrests, execute 14 search warrants and seize 11 weapons. During the investigation a total of $73,000 worth of illegal narcotics were taken off the local streets. Also seized from drug dealers were their assets which are gained from the sale of illegal narcotics. Forfeiture proceedings include $19,527 in U.S. currency, $3,000 in miscellaneous property, and 13 motor vehicles of undetermined value. Those arrested were Antonio Juarez Jr., 35, of Seguin, charged with delivery of marijuana; Lisa Dianna Wilson, 25, of Seguin, charged with delivery of marijuana under five pounds; Gerald H. Priestly, 20, of Seguin, charged with delivery of a controlled substance, less than one gram; Richard Darryl Blackman, 35, of Seguin, charged with delivery of a controlled substance under one gram; Ronnie Hernandez, 24, of Seguin, charged with delivery of a controlled substance, less than 28 grams; Marvin Benton Jr., 36, of Seguin, charged with delivery of a controlled substance, less man one gram; Brandon Charles King, 25, of Seguin, charged with delivery of marijuana under five pounds; and Ismael Davila, 18, of Seguin, charged with delivery of marijuana under five pounds and delivery of a controlled substance less than 28 ounces. .All arrested 'were magistrated before Justice of the Peace Edwin Neuse. Bond was set at $20,000 each with the exception of Ronnie Hernandez whose bond was set at $40,000 and Ismael Davila whose bond was set at $60,000. Officers participating in Friday's field operation, who can be publicly identified without compromising task force operations, include Seguin Police Officers Frank Mahone, Landa Stubbs, Paul Blea, and Michael Nickel; Det. Jimmy DeLaGarza; and Lfc Mike Rosas. From the Guadalupe County Sheriff's.. Office were Deputies Tony Slaughter arid Ken Thick; and Sgt. Arnold Zwicke. As the operation ended, Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office deputies began to transport the prisoners to the jail. Chief Hopper and the task force commander looked over the documentation and reviewed the operation with the task force members. As I was leaving through the back door of the police station, I noticed a few of the task force undercover members quietly leaving the area. I wondered if they knew that they were appreciated by those of us who don't have to face the dangers of law enforcement duties, day in and day out. Before the door closed behind me, I heard Chief Hopper comment, "Seguin should be a little safer tonight." OBITUARIES Tina Sue Auldridge Funeral services for Tina Sue Auldridge, 28, of Seguin, will be held Monday, Oct. 21, 1996, at 3 p.m. at Goetz Memorial Chapel with the Rev. William F. Lange Jr. officiating. Burial will follow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park under the direction of Goetz Funeral Home. Visitation is being helfl today from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at the funeral home. Ms. Auldridge died Friday, Oct. 18,1996. Survivors include her son, David Andrew Wilson; brothers and sister, Roy N. Auldridge and wife Bonnie of McQueeney; Nichole Auldridge and family of New Braunfels; Allan Auldridge and wife Carla of Rifle, Colo.; and William Egbert Auldridge jr. of Aurora, Colo.; her grandmother, June Pfullmann of Seguin; uncle, Robert Pfullmann of McQueeney; aunt, Florence Mayne of Dripping Springs; great-grandmother, Hut- da Pfullmann of Seguin; uncles, Daniel Auldridge of Leming, Robert Auldridge of Fowlerton and Alvin Auldridge of Somerset; aunt, Kathy Byrd of Jourdanton; and many friends. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to a trust account at First Commercial Bank established for her son, David. Charles Kennedy Whiteley Funeral services for Charles Kennedy Whiteley, 81, of Seguin, will be held Monday, Oct. 21, 1996, at 3:30 p.m. at Palmer Mortuary Chapel with the Rev. J.L. Roberts and the Rev. Charles Goodnight officiating. Burial will follow at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22, at the Valley Memorial Gardens, McAllen. Survivors included his wife, Katharyn Whiteley of Seguin; two sons, Leslie Whiteley and wife Dena, Louisville, Ky. and Kennedy Whiteley Jr. and wife Mary of Austin; three stepdaughters, Brownie Banta and Dixie Wallis of Seguin and Connie Caldwell and husband Dan of Wimberley; one sister, Lois Patterson and husband Jack of Waco; 12 grandchildren; 28 great-grand- DEATH NOTICE Ottmar Schwaizlose, 89, of San Marcos, died Saturday, Oct. 19, 19%, in San Marcos. Graveside services will be held Monday, Oct. 21, 19%, at 4 p.m. at the San Marcos City Cemetery with Pastor John Stern officiating. Funeral services under the direction of Pennington Funeral Home in San Marcos. Frank R. Jochimsen, 63, died Friday, Oct. 18,1996. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, Oct. 22, 1996, at 9 a.m. at Sunset Chapel with the Rev. Charles Woehler officiating. Burial will follow in the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Visitation will be Monday from 6-8 p.m/ children; and three great-great- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to the American Cancer Society. ,anon« ^t j2ik^^te^A^^MiKbM^tfl6 ) * t • •ynpoiiuBi "•*•* i M a* mut '.nil TO Otiyu V, at Urn T.ak-.t-.j..-.. l.. •Dun, is to the p.m. on Marry lc<il«rthori«es will be speaking. Kelly Stalling* Of Teen Connection, LM6W, court* seling services director, hat spent more than 10 years work ing with abused/ neglected or troubled youth. Child Protective Services Supervisor Jane Jintertez, a Scgttin ntnVe, htl been employed with the Texas Department of Child Services u.ub worn. third speaker wilt bt tftnotirtced littr, Prowrt oat Ghtidrert president and chair- for 24 years. She has a bache- prizes Knit you will serv* as tnt emcee. There will be ittmsavi for silent auc««m, Inch plantt from Dif f arid Khan of Bvirything's 'A Dollar Plus also donated goods for the raffle. The public announcement system w«s donated by Ployd Green, owner of Stage Door Music. There will liso be door lor's and master's degtee in to win. i present Navarre trustees meet Monday The Navarro ISD board of trustees will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday at 7 p.m. in tne High School Library at 6450 N. State Hwy. 123 in Geronimo. Items on the meeting agenda include a "Panther Partner" report by Don and Pam Hartman and a Career Center update report by Bridget Alexander. Other- discussion items include the TASB Fall Legal Seminar Series, summer school tuition reimbursements, planning and decision making policy, policy book update, transporta- tion review, Texas Department of Health and Safety inspection visit, and the district's financial audit. Scheduled action items include donations, class rank/classes, employment policy, and authorized representative-child nutrition program. The board has also scheduled an executive session for the purpose of discussing personnel-probationary contracts, personnel resignations, administrative evaluations, and litigation reports. Seguin trustees meet Tuesday The Seguin ISD board of trustees meets Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the board room of the Oak Park Mall Building at 1201 E. Kingsbury St. in Seguin. Meeting agenda items include approval of the 1996 property tax levy roll, consideration of a maximum class waiver for submission to the Texas Education Agency, and consideration of a resolution in support of a Juvenile Detention Facility. Also, the board will convene in executive session to discuss consideration of personnel actions for professional, paraprofessional, and auxiliary employees; to consider extending; the number of days for the Gold; Battalion director, Gold Battalion; assistant director, and cheerleader director at Seguin High School; and to have consultation with the; board's attorney with respect to pending litigation. j A --•-->••**•«:'<•<-mrvj iy<'tfi.-^ iff •» « 4 flood isn't the worst thing that can happen to you. Not being insured for one is. A flood moves with frightening speed. In minutes, a flood can wash away everything you and your family have spent a lifetime building. But often the worst isn't the flood. It's finding out, too late, that you're not covered for flood damage. 7 • ** You're probably not covered. The truth is, 90" of all natural disasters in this country involve floods. Yet, most homeowner's insurance policies don't cover flood damage. Everyone runs the risk of being a flood victim. In fact, between 25% and 30% of flood insurance claims come from "low risk" areas. It could happen to you. Give yourself peace of mind. Fortunately, now you can protect your home and property with flood insurance from the National Flood Insurance Program. Act now, since it takes 30 days before your coverage begins. Because with floods, you can never say never. Call us for more information. doneqan Insurance 314 N. Camp, Seguin, TX 78155 210-303-8300 We can't replace your memories, but we can help you build new ones. I I FlBO! 44 oz. Fountain Drink | kcwe to. da... U Aniue ttvu*!!! Present this coupon^t the window... and it's (NO PURCHASE NECESSARY) (EXPIRES 11/28/96) .SUBWAY* FOOD STORES ! Friendly Service Across South Central Texas Nom«f— Addrews Rmgl*t*r for a (EXPIRES 94 Hour Mve»l CALL ORDERS WELCOME 3*1901 9fff Hwy. I

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