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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 2, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels HeraldZeitung April B wants to work around homosexual ruling COLLEGE STATION AP Texas University officials plan to explore legal alternatives to a Supreme Court ruling that forbids the university from denying recognition to a homosexual student If everything then certainly we will comply with every order from the Supreme said Ted general counsel of the has a history of being good soldiers and like good soldiers we will The high court ruling let stand a lower court finding that violated the rights of an organization called Gay Students Services by denying the group were said He expressed the fear that the court ruling may erase all boundaries of what student organizations are permitted to Are we going to have any students with perverted ideas able to band together and promote their ideas asked It could be free or even with Its hard for me to draw the line There must be a line he If you got to the point that human sacrifice is part of my are you going to allow that Obviously But where do you draw the line Thats the most frustrating trying to determine how far you must The university in 1976 refused to recognize the Gay Student Services claiming that the group could lead to increased overt homosexual activity and resulting psychological and disease in the student A federal judge in Houston upheld the university ban against the GSS in but the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals said last August that acted against the group because of its homosexual officials had argued that withholding recognition was in keeping with the universitys policy of forbidding The university also argued that at the time recognition was denied there was a Texas statute forbidding homosexual activities and that the denial merely supported the In the Texas statute was struck down in federal court as Patrick an attorney who represented the gay said that legal tradition was on the side of the homosexual The case law is clear that universities are to be a free market of so both sides of a question can be said who now is an assistant Texas attorney He said the Supreme Court ruled in 1969 that a radical political group that advocated violence could not be banned from a campus and that this precedent applied to the The court has held that as long as a group is there to advocate rather than then the group should be allowed on the said He said recognized an antigay organization at the same time it was denying recognition to the Wiseman said if groups are forbidden to express their beliefs simply because those ideals are not acceptable to university of ficials then thathas effectively repealedthe first The attorney said the controversy began because the GSS had wanted to post notices on a campus bulletin board and use campus rooms for This was denied he because the university would not give the GSS official Texas Attorney General Jim Mattox declined to represent the university and private attorneys volunteered their time to handle the which claims a membership of 30 to 70 among the student body of has been meeting off It has a phone number providing contacts for counseling and a roommatelocation Special home faces closing IRVING AP Officials of La Mancha home for retarded and emotionally disturbed boys say they dont know what will happen to the residents if the center is forced to After receiving Medicaid funds for seven the 14bed La Mancha home was notified recently that it no longer qualifies for that type of The real seriousness of this is that some of these clients do not have a home to go back said Marilyn past chairwoman of the centers citizens advisory committee on mental They will be street La Mancha is the only public group home in the state for mentally retarded and emotionally disturbed boys ages 12 to The centers residents suffer multiple Officials say they were surprised that the center suddenly became ineligible for federal Ellen a local advocate for the said an investigation should be conducted into the ruling made by a state Department of Health How come it fit for seven years Bruni Almost home Fairmount Hotel near destination SAN ANTONIO AP The Fairmount Hotel has moved one step closer to its final destination four blocks from the spot where it rested for the past 79 The million pound believed to be the heaviest building ever traversed a bridge and rounded a corner The ousted from its original spot because of a developing downtown still had about two blocks to go today on its Officials said plans are for the hotel to reach its final destination sometime I would say were on the down leg of this city public works director Frank Kiolbassa said at a news conference Crossing the which spans the San Antonio was con sidered one of the most crucial points in the But Kiolbassa said the feat went off without a It went very he Weve found no damage on the bridge nor was there any distress on the The bridge had been shored up with steel scaffolding and could have withstood more than 4 million pounds of said Cosmo whose construction com pany reinforced the Kiolbassa called Guido a We get more movement from a dump It bridge didnt flex at he The threestory brick hotel was muscled off its original site After more than two days of Kiolbassa said the hotel is in excellent Nothing has Nothing has shown any stress he The hotel spent the night Sunday on Market Street between a hotel and the San Antonio Convention The project failed to halt a gun show in the convention center Sunday and a National Petroleum Refiners Association meeting of which continued Its such a I havent heard a said Gyna public information manager for the Martha convention booking said convention officials were having trouble keeping their delegates inside for Many were lining the streets watching the hotel go The being transported by Emmert International of is believed to be the heaviest building ever Before the move the structure was jacked more than eight feet off the Resting on layers of steel the hotel is being moved on 36 hydraulic powered homes mistreat AIDS victims DALLAS AP The families of AIDS victims say their loved ones are being treated like lepers by funeral home officials afraid of being contaminated by the deadly One Dallas identified only as said that when her son died the funeral home refused to embalm his the Dallas Times Herald reported It was bad enough that my son was in the hospital for 49 days and I lost but the last straw was the funeral she That just hurt so bad I can hardly stand They acted like he was I think they were scared of Some Texas funeral fearful of have refused to handle AIDS industry of ficials told the Times When James David Witherspoon died of for his family was unable to find a Dallas funeral home to bury The child was finally taken unceremoniously from the hospital where he died to a cemetery for graveside Other families of acquired immune deficiency syndrome victims say their grief is compounded by the 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