New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 13, 1987, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 13, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas CrosswordACROSS 1 Coffee 5 Weight allowance 9 Horse s kin 14 Excited 15 Per capita 16 Straighten 17 Dispense 18 Donna s coins 19 Explosive 20 Compass pl 21 Lights up 23 Alley feats 25 Louse up 26 Coq 27 Carangid fish 29 Noxious 32 German city 35 Dance type 36 Attract 37 Greek porch 38 Diamond move 39 F reach r .er 40 C aps 4 I Mother Country 4. Malt drink 43 Author Hand 44 Ex t 45 R*Nai »** 46 Gem 46 Br ive 52 Demonstrated 56 Head part 5' N I ms 58 hygiene 59 El Texas 60 Foresight 61 Plant 62 Hot Chamber 63 Stearin e g 64 Associates 65 Distant pre! DOWN 1 Bay of Hudson Bay 2 Salesman 3 Balloter 4 Aeon 5 Cashier 6 Steel pieces 7 Beige 8 There Eyes 9 Browned 10 Known as 11 California city 12 About 13 Antique cars 2 1 Religious picture val 22 Semh ance 24 Assumptions 2* Muck 28 Pena! 30 English Composer 31 Beck 32 T his Sp PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED SN E F R M A SS ■ S PA'S p‘ad‘ R* E A B EJ I T ASK e'p'e E S N I N A I A STI D.AN C E D E DM 0 N T ON R O T s‘p I D ERS 33 Loiter •4 Drowsy 35 Congeal 36 Bank deals 38 Bible vert 4 2 Cargo 44 Braggart 41 F'aqra- *»• 4 7 Com no*der 48 Compartment Stocks se 1 AMK Ame? am; * Kakr'Huk* he Attar Het&MJUtit» Mirth Mer Bsf But I aUftwil lh Al* Vt, H af a Af vt* Mi Mn Vt,. 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IHM Itltll'Aprr % h man » Kroner v kji r\« p Ut tun I od TNC E fen AmH ext *«iJ I S\ I cep I rn artrar I    p CS VA est I min I f'Hja iii W- Mart BestjffiE'l Xrfux t'p Zenith E Group pushing for appointment of more women,minority judges In ] 1? 13 I — ■ -4 I I I ; __ 11 I ! ,______J 49 I AUSTIN 'AF) Saying there is a “gross under representation" of minority and women judges on state appeals courts, the Texas Civil Liberties Union says Gov Bill Clements has a chance to begin changing that when he names a new Supreme Court chief justice Clements’ press secretary Keggie Bashur said Thursday, that Clements may make the appointment next week and he said the governor s decision will be based on ability Governor Clements bases his judicial appoint ments on merit The process is totally color blind and is bas*ni solely on the best people available who want to serve the state of Texas ’ Bashur said There probably will be an announcement about a new chief justice early next week " he said The governor is having meetings this week and I think he s going to be making a final decision in a few days " TCL! legal director Jim Harrington said that in replacing Chief Justice John Hill who resigned effei tive Jan I Clements could make a dramatic state men! about the makeup of Texas courts It s something we re suggesting he ought to seriously look at appointing a minority or woman as chief justice ” Harrington said Harrington wrote Clements a letter detailing the lack of minority representation on the state's appellate courts vs »• urge your support in the effort to broaden the representation of Texas society on its courts and to eliminate the vestiges of unconscionable disc rn rn ma Hon Harrington s letter said Texas judges at all levels are elected although a governor can appoint replacements to fill vacancies which occur during his term Clements has more than three years left in the governor s office Harrington said that means the governor likely will be naming a substantial number of judges to the various courts The TCLC is not advocating preferential treatment for minorities. Harrington said “Bather we ask that you take cognizance of their historical under representation and indeed discrimination against them and help rectify this me quitv so that the courts reflect a cross section of the community much like juries he w rote to Clements In the letter Harrington cited a recently completed study of Texas appellate court judges by the TCLU that showed what the group called ‘ gross under representation of women blacks and Hispanics on the state s upper level courts That study found that Of the nine Supreme Court justices there is one Hispanic Of the nine Court of Criminal Appeals judges none are minorities or women of the W> justices on the 14 state appeals courts six were Hispanic five were women and one was black A not yet finished study of the state - approximate Iv T75 district courts is showing a similar pattern the TCLU said “Certainly women blacks and Hispanics have distinguished themselves as jurists legal scholars and attorneys here in Texas Their lack of representa Hon on the appellate courts reflects poorly on Texans desire for equal treatment and fair play Harrington w roteJudge merges creditor groups in bankruptcy WHITE PLAINS. NY A federal bankruptcy judge saying it is too costly and no longer reasonable to have two committees representing creditors of Texaco has ordered that they be merged In his 18-page ruling Thursday. Judge Howard Sehwartzberg said maintaining the separa’e commit tees would cost Texaco more ‘bar, 5,. million for attorneys accountants and investment bankers Texaco which filed for protects from creditors under Chapter IS of the U S Bankruptcy ( ode in Apr had sought the merger of th* <ienera Unsecured Creditors Committee an the Industry tom mitten citing t? • expense and the lack of necessity The Chapter ll filing stemmy from a $10 53 billion award to rival Fennz.oil made by a Texas jury whir) decided Texaco had illegally in terfered with Pennzoil > takeover of Getty Oil The Texas Supreme Court refuseI to hear the case last week and Tex aco has said it will appeal the den sion to the I S Supreme 1 ourt After the Chapter I! filing us Trustee Harry Jones created the two committees citing the need for a committee to represent the oil and gas industry There had been sev en members of the original committee Two have since resigned with the signing of v arious court order*- Court ruling against victim's children 'unfair' KORT WORTH MO \ judges ruling denying compensation to the fiudren of tm- most severely injured surv vur sn a .SJL jet crash, punishes th** children tie? a use their mother didn t die a relative say s Kathy Ford one of T. passengers af« -urvived th* I *el!a Air Lines h bg* t *l crash at Dallas hor* Worth Internationa. Airport is recovering from a head injury af the Baylor In stttite for KehabilUaf HJT in I lallas I .ast month I s District Judge Dav I ii Bete** Jr dismissed a awsyit flied on behalf of Fords trer .ear old Jodi M< Gee and ay na McGee IT Ha- children live with Fords Youngster going home after attack by pet lion previous husband Michael Thomas McGee of North Richland Hills The judge ruled the children did not have the right to sue Delta for their ioss The judge s ruling spotlights a grovsly unfair law that punished the children because their mother is fighting to recover said < arol Dins tv sh*- added that th** children suf fered just like relatives of th*- IJ7 pet) pie who died in th** crash Just because Kathy didn t die they have nothing Christy told th«-Da..a> Morning News I vita hasn t done a thing for them Bot) A.pert the New A ork City lawyer who leads iVlta's defense said he believed it would be unethical to discuss Ford s situation because although the cases have been dismissed an appeal was likely Beieu m the ruling said Texas law prohibited him from allowing the .aw-ult to proceed because the damage claim was not based on wrongful death but rather on Ford s serious injuries The womans current husband Tem Ford said Delta and its in suranee company have catered to his wife seven medical need They ve t*een too good, he "aid adding that he has encouraged his wife s family to take their concerns to the insurance company and Delta rather than to court Beiew also dismissed a lawsuit U ed by Ford s father Robert Christy ruling that parents are mocked by law from recovering damage" for in juries suffered by adult childrenComFund ’87 is underway ana iou can make the difference by g ving your *air share when the campaign react your home or office Thanks to you things ust get hefteres wfk> wa? S’ AF mauled !* after f Hit lo An H \car old bv a lion has a month long ors sav more ti art et -b pan w a? itt. wr es. san Mane Hernandez wa" ame Thursday by family mariachi mu-ic cd .« era? kl**! -Aul; lcav her brain expused after I bv the a** pound at a Houston flea market a1 which a veterinarian * undernourished was after the incident Roxanne has undergone "urgers on brain h>"u** ami also to close as much v alp as possible «*thrr surgical pro ♦stares involved covering th** skull a db "kin ami st** faxes further plastic surgery Hermann Hospital spxikesw iman Beth sartori said sh* 1 tie evaluate*! more pro gross,vets for learning disabilities to t-* onfident that that dnesn t occur •t ". we an identify it early said Dr Michael Miner Eurther complicating matters the child contracted chicks pox three days ago sartor! said sh* remembers walking into the he.* market anil having evetoeye contact with th** lion said the girl s mother Santa Hernandez After •hat she remembers tieing on the fh«»r after th** accident 5* a js , bs** ShcEp early thifr year! Look for our pre-ChrUtmas bargain* in the November 17th iwue of the H«rald-Ztitun$ Eye Openers By Or. Henry Hull Rough Kid. 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