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San Angelo Standard-Times from San Angelo, Texas • 13

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"rw GCAL INSIDE Religion 3-4B Markets 6-7B Mtlriiiiiiliiiifiiftri'w'ii'tfihVi1th'lVlrittfin 1 1 NftwflaaaiM(iriiiii hnM It Jfoisias itfii 1(6 JhWs iwtlttf Jvrr SAN ANGELO STANDARD-TIMES SATURDAY MAY 11 1 996 Commissioned Brown Co officials wr investigate death S-T Corraapondant BROWNWOOD Brown County law enforcement officers are looking for suspects in the apparent murder of a 29-year-old Brownwood man The body of Juan Leon Laureles was discovered early Smith we know right now is that he (Laureles) left his 'home six miles west of Brownwood on Highway 67-84 at approximately 11:30 pm was due at his work at Kroger at midnight He never showed Smith said officers did' not know if Laureles was robbed and no motive had been established for his deadi Friday after firefighters went to a vehicle fire on Farm-t -to-Market Road 2126 At approximately 12 JO am a motorist placed a 911 call ing a burning vehicle on FM 2126 A second report from a caller just getting off work confirmed only leads we have right now is we are trying to locate an' unknown model pickup possibly a one-ton possibly tea and oft' white or beige with no bed on the Smith said truck was seen in the area prior to the time the vehicle and the fire Fire department personnel and sheriffs deputies were dispatched to the scene and while the fire was being extinguished a body was discovered a few feet from the vehicle According to Brown County Chief Deputy Glen Smith Laureles was shot in the back of the head body was not burned and had not been set on said the body were discovered now we are talking to family members co-workers and close friends of the The body was sent to the TYavis County Medical Examiners Office for an autopsy 7-year-old burn victim recovering in Dallas By DIANE MURRAY City Editor-Features grafts and were amazed at how well they are she said going to do his shoulder back down to his waistline S-T Photo by Mike Howell Terri McPherson snaps a salute to her cousin 2nd Lt University Seven cadets were commissioned Friday dur-Christi McPherson after being sworn in to the Air Force ing the event in the Houston Harte Ballroom of the during an ROTC commissioning ceremony at Angelo State University Center Seven-year-old Collin Ferguson continues to recover from second-and third-degree bums in a Dallas hospital this heals do the front from the base of his neck down to his Elementary ASU Air Force cadets sworn in Reconstructive surgery on mouth and ear is perhaps a year and a half down the line she said Force Base in Wyoming as a transportation officer By WILLIAM TAYLOR Staff Writer In the meantime remain with him in Dallas Michael Francis McCullough Jr a post- 375th baccalaureate student will go to the The Glenmore School first-grader was burned on his face ear neck throat arm and back in an April 29 fire at his rural home south of San Angelo Officials have said Collin was playing with matches in a Aeromedlcal Evacuation Squadron at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois as a medical service They are now staying at a Ronald McDonald House I Terri Dee McPherson having been rpoirited a second lieutenant United 'orce do solemnly sweat port and defei United States I States villsup- and defend the Constitution of the all enemies foreign and domestic corps officer McPherson a nursing major will go to the Air Force Nurse Corps at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohla And Monroe a physics major will go to Anyone wishing to write the family may do so by writing to James and Tamara Ferguson do Ronald McDonald Hour 5641 Medical Center Driv 1 Room 8 Dallas TX 75235 Ferguson the 14th Operations Support Squadron at a Air Force Base in Mississii Columbus Air Force Base in Mississippi An account to help tin neip behind his house when his caught fire shop bet doming Oiiverio retired from his post as ASU ROTC detachment commander in September but returned to campus to commission Monroe Ruh student had chosen a different officer to commission them and following the oaths came salutes and handshakes or hugs Oiiverio and Monroe hugged before their salute Parents and siblings pinned on the rank insignias UI know they are going to do great things for the Air ROTC detachment commander CoL Johnny Griffin said Douglas a math mqjai will go to the 3rd Flying Training Squadron at Whiting Naval Air Station in Flonda Hamilton a psychology major win go to the 8Sth Hying Training Squadron at Laughlin Air Force Base Johnson a graduate student with a master's degree in international studies will go to the 315 th Training Squadron at Goodfellow Air Force Base as an intelligence officer Lopez a psychology major will go to 90th i at EE Warren Air With those words McPherson of Patillo became an officer Friday commissioned by her cousin 2nd LL Christ! McPherson And with instructors friends and family members watching six other Angelo State University cadets also took their oaths: Matthew Aaron Douglas of Huffman Guest speaker Brig Gen Larry Twitchell challenged the cadets to be good leaders The boy continues to be sedated receives nourish Ferguson family cope with med leal and related costs has been set up at Bank 2909 Sherwood Way Donations should be marked Victim Collin Ferguson lead by he said a leader must never lose the their temper in public ment through a feeding tube and must breathe with the aid of a Johnny Lloyd Hamilton of Converse Laura Elizabeth Johnson of Los Angeles Phyllis Diana Lopez of Maud Oku Michael ventilator said his maternal grandmother Dorothy Fiveash' "The family wants to thank Francis McCullough Jr of Newton Pa and Kimberly Dawn Monroe of San Angela am going to say that it'll hard to hold going to say must be good the general added Maintain absolute integrity TWitchell said are entrusted with the security of the nation Our standards must be The general ordered them to have zero tolerance for prejudice and harassment And TVitchell added comes before everybody for their gifts of food prayers cards letters Collin has received skin grafts on the front and back of one arm and top and inside of one hand around the fingers Fiveash said back the tears when you are so proud of these young men and retired Col Ronald Oiiverio said Miverio said be prouder of these Fiveash said of all we thank them for their if they were my own checked the skin Honored mother Menard County st Texas official indicted Calendar By KACEE HARGRAVE Stiff Writer Menard future tax assessor-collector has been indicted by a Tom Green County grand jury for allegedly shooting at two men on a San Angelo nightclub parking lot TODAY SAN ANGELO National Association of Latter Carriers and the United Way food drive to benefit the Concho Valley Food Bank Place nonperishable foods in sturdy containers by mail boxes for collection by letter carriers or take food to bins in H-E-B parking lot from 8 am-7 pm today and Sunday Brent Haney Bratton a Democrat who beat Hernandez for the tax collector position in FJfiria March faces possible conviction on two felony charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon A grand jury indictment means the grand jury found enough evidence for the case to be prosecuted 10 am Final coordination meeting for the May 25 March for Jesus Angelo Bible Church For information call Sue Evans at 947-2025 or 653-7034 in district court Bratton 24 was arrested in March after a shooting that occurred on a parking lot in the 1500 block of South Bryant Boulevard Bratton and two other men reportedly were having a verbal dispute over a woman Reports said Bratton fired one shot which missed the men and traveled west toward a busy intersection The bullet's final destination was not known 10 ajn Community Awareness Day with public safety information Sunset Mall Wise arrives at 2 pm 5:30 pm Senior cello recital by Amanda Finley First Presbyterian Church Free S-T Photo by Matthew Minard Emma Fuchs extends her thanks for a song in her honor after being named Mother of the Year at Baker-Brame Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center Emma's daughter-in-law Marcy Fuchs (right) accompanied her during a Mother's Day Tea Friday at the nursing center In an unrelated case taken to the grand jury two San Angelo residents were Indicted on charges of burglarizing a business charges that came after the business owner allegedly caught them in the act Richard Ybarra and Violet Carbajal Ybarra also known as Violet Maldonado both of 3511 Old Christoval Road were arrested in April after John Barnett owner of House of Chemicals Richard Ybarra at gunpoint Big Spring LULAC settle BIG LAKE 9:30 am- Healthy Choice American Heart Walk County Park For information call 884-2561 FREDERICKSBURG Celebration marking 150th anniversary of Fredericksburg citywide For information (210) 997-6523 JUNCTION 7:30 pm 1996 Twist-Off Bull Riding Hill Country Fair Association Fairgrounds and Arena Dance featuring QuarterMoon will follow Bull-riding tickets $8 adults $5 children Dance tickets $750 MASON 9 am-5 pm Mother's Day Arts and Crafts Show Fort Mason Park Community Building By CHINA LONG S-T Correspondent Reports said Ybarra allegedly had dropped er the bt through a skylight to enter the building Barnett reportedly stayed up two nights to catch thieves who previousi had at-large trustees will be elected by cumulative voting voting means that each voter may cast one vote for three different candidates or he may vote three times for one candidate or he may vote two times for one candidate and one time for another said Murray Murphy assistant superintendent Murphy said the school win nay LULAC Murphy said the school win pay LULAC plies! Violet Carbqjal Ybarra reportedly' was waiting in a car for hear husband Big Spring Independent School District has settled a lawsuit filed by the League of United Latin American Citizens by agreeing to use a cumulative voting scheme to elect school board members The suit filed in Abilene federal court by LULAC members Pat DeAnda and Gloria Mendez claimed the current method of electing school board members dilutes minority voting strength thus violating the minority rights Presently four school board trustees are elected by district while three are elected at Also indicted this week were four people involved in an insurance scam in which they attorney Rolando Rios $7 000 in fees and court costs The new method of electing trustees wfll method of electing trustees wiU SONORA 9 am Three-on-three basketball fund-raiser to assist leukemia patient Bobbie Bryson sponsored by the Sonora High School Student Giving Association Sonora High School Gym For information (915) reported a vehicle stolen Actually the car was taken to Mexico to be sold reports i take effect in 1998 This is the second time LULAC has sued foe school district Ramona Crawley 24 and Ronald Lewis Casper Jt 25 both of 3300 Voight Blvd No 215 along wifo Rios representing DeAnda and Mendez recently filed a fedi federal lawsuit against Mandy dark 19 address unknown and Daryl Box 20 I fo 4Mk 9 At mz 1828 Beacon St all face possible felony conviction on ifraud charges of insurance! Howard County claiming its method of electing justices of the peace violates civil rights That suit still is district The three pending large Under the agreement four trustees will igreement 1 pm Bobbie Bryson Benefit Auction Sonora Livestock Inc US Highway 277 All funds go to Bobbie Bryson fund Crockett County National Bank elected by continue to be Please see INDICTMENTS Page 2B i JL Mu lijpill 4hm.

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