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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas                                Tuesday May m m HaraldZeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Grand opening Chamber of Commerce Blue Coats recently helped out with the festivities at the ribbon cutting and grand opening on the new Tiger Tote at Loop 337 and Common Street High school banquets honor top students By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Area high schools honored top stu dents in the past week and gave out millions of dollars worth of scholar ships New Braunfels Canyon and Smith son Valley high schools each held ban quets to honor their top students and hand out money for those who plan to further their education Valedictorians included Theresa Mdtycka of New Braunfels Susan Altum of Canyon and Russell Burkey of Smithson Valley Salutatorians named were Bradley Hollas in New Braunfels Matthew Green at Canyon and Stacey Chase at Smithson Valley Burkey and Green both received the honor of being named National Merit Scholarship winners two of in the United States Each will attend Texas All three high schools gave total scholarships that combined to surpass the million mark New Braunfels High seniors received worth of schol arships Local contributions whether by clubs organizations or familyname donations totaled 99 worth Canyon High seniors received million worth of money for further education Smithson Valley seniors received over 50 scholarships worth with local donations total ing Most students from each of the three schools indicated they will attend either a fouryear or twoyear college fol lowing high school In surveys given by each school over half said they would attend col lege In New Braunfels 54 percent of the seniors said they would enter a col lege either twoor fouryear Twenty seven percent said they would choose a trade or technical school while 15 will choose to enter the work force Surveys for Canyon and Smithson Valley did not include technical schools but 60 of students in both high schools said they would attend a fouryear college Twenty percent in Smithson Valley and 17 of Canyon seniors chose a twoyear college 1 Nineteen percent of Canyon seniors plan to enter the workforce while 15 of Smithson Valley seniors plan to do likewise Roughly the same number of stu dents in all three high schools plan to enter military service 5 in Smith son Valley and 3 in both New Braun fels and Canyon Texas Briefs School District Wont Let Mother Walk Across Stage LUBBOCK AP When the rest of the graduating class walks across the stage at Hermleigh High Stephanie Buchanan probably will be checking out videos at the supermarket whertT she works Buchanan 17 left school in the small West Texas town of Hermleigh two years ago when she became preg nant She later returned to complete her requirements a year early with straight As Now officials have barred her from Fridays commencement exercises Ill probably work that night At least I wont have to think about Ms Buchanan said Ive been depressed I really was looking for ward to walking across the The school board of the tiny Scurry County district about 90 miles south east of Lubbock voted twice not to let Ms Buchanan walk across the stage They cited a district policy that required students to complete four years of high school Cult Survivor Koresh Will Return From Dead SAN ANTONIO AP David Koreshs prophecy is being fulfilled with the upcoming sentencing of eight Branch Davidians for their roles in killing four federal agents a Koresh follower says Woodrow Kendrick 63 who was acquitted of all charges against him in a federal trial earlier this vear told WOAI radio in an interview aired Monday that Koresh preached the laws shall be turned against Kendrick speaking from a friends home in Waco last week predicted Koresh soon will return from the dead and pull a says clearly that vengeance is said Kendrick The American people and the world are going to wake up and theyre going to see what I know Ive learned it before it happened and everybody else is going to see it as it he said Judge Accused Attorney Generals Office Of Obstructing Probe EL PASO Texas AP A judge has accused the state attorney generals office of trying to obstruct his investi gation into alleged disparities in state funding to El Paso County In documents filed Monday State District Judge Edward S Marquez alleged that outside attorneys for the office had tried to block his court of inquiry into the alleged funding short falls The office is attempting to hinder obstruct and ultimately to destroy this courts ability to Marquez said in an affidavit He also said there are suggestions of such offenses by the attorney generals office as tampering wffli evidence offi cial misconduct and criminal contempt Ron Dusek spokesman for Attor ney General Dan Morales said the developments were baffling If you have an idea for a story call the newsroom at 6269144 WHEN YOU THINK YOU NEED HEARING HELP ITS TIME TO LEARN ABOUT BELCARE arc Call now to learn about all the benefits of BelCare your Hellene dispensers commitment to excellent service and quality care 389 S Seguin St 6201114 or 6062030 AudioloRy Centers GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 6296400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave BEFORE PM Times good thru THE ORIGINAL A MEXICAN PATIO CAFE pTHfefdupon entitles bearer I tp buy 1 jphlgken Flameante I platter tax 1PIHI I iPilJKijb also good at drivethru window Flameante Platter Includes Quarter Flameante white or dark borracho beans rice and two tortillas SERVING BREAKFAST 24 HOURS 811IH36N 6204099 New Braunfels IHE CROW BRANDON tEE SATSUN 130330530 730930 WEEKDAYS 530730930 NO ESCAPE RAY LIOTTA H SATSUN WEEKDAYS AllNew Adventure 3NMAS KICKBACK ED SATSON WEEKDAYS BAD GIRLS MADELEINE S1OWE MARY STEWART MASTERSON R SATSUN 120320520720 820 WEEKDAYS 620720920 t UAMNEESON BENKINGSLEY H WEEKDAYS BRAINSCAN SAT30N IOO WEEKDAYS BRAUNTEX 6254411 290 W San Antonio ALL SHOWS thru Pfl E3 DiTKTlVC SATSUN WEEKDAYS PHIliDHPHIi IBM HANKS ED WEEKDAYS Pecan nut casebearer due By JOE Q TAYLOR County Extension Agent Once again pecan producers need to be on the lookout for Pecan Nut Casebearer This moth migrates and lays her eggs on pecan nutlets each year in May This year computer predictions from Texas University estimate the moth will lay eggs in Comal County on May 9 and 10 The eggs are laid on the tip of the nutlet and can be seen by the human eye however a magnifying glass is very helpful Once the eggs are laid it takes three days to hatch these larvae will feed on the stems and limbs holding the nutlet for a couple of days Then larvae will enter the pecan nut let and destroy the pecan Homeown ers who wish to protect their pecan crop need to scout their trees for case bearer eggs and consider spraying when more than one egg is found on 10 nutlets The best time to spray is three days after the first eggs arc found The com puter model prediction recommends spraying your pecan trees on March 12 or 13 Several different insecticides can be used select the one that fits your needs These include Bacillus Thuringien sis Diazinon Malathion or Sevin liq uid Some years the casebearer lay is very low and spraying is not needed so check your trees thoroughly before using an insecticide Obituary Ruth Moelter Ruth Moeller of Sugar Land Texas died Friday May She was a resident of Austin for 52 years and was born in New Braunfels Mrs Moeller participated in vari ous Austin womens clubs She was a member of St Martins Lutheran Church of Austin Mrs Moeller was a beloved wife mother grandmother and greatgrandmother She was dear ly loved by her family and her many friends and will be missed by all May God Bless her Survivors include her husband E A Moeller daughter Mrs Bobbie Murray of Sugar Land granddaughters Debbie Donohoo wife of Brian Dono hoo of Spring Texas and Penny Wilkins of Sugar Land Other survivors are five greatgrand children Jennifer Shawn Andrew and Megan Donohoo all of Spring Texas and Shane Wilkins of Sugar Land Services will be held at 2 Tues day May 17 1994 in the Colonial Chapel of CookWalden Funeral Home Interment will be in Cook Hill The Reverend Carl Schoss of St Martins Evangelical Lutheran Church will officiate Pallbearers will be David Wilson Bill Nolen Jim Adamson Brian Dono hoo Dick Obenhaus and George Ram sey For those desiring memorial con tributions may be made to the charity of the givers choice CookWalden Funeral Home DESIGNER RUG SALE SAVE 50 AND MORE IN T E R I O R S 943 N Walnut 6253477 Ma TANS VAN TOUR ay 18 Crystal Baking Co Luncheon Tour May 19 Love Creek Apple Orchards May 20 Waco Texas Ranger Tour of Homes Plus May 21 Colombus Magnolia Tour of Crafts June 15 16 18 Majestic Theater CATS June 2326 Palo Duro Canyon TX 3 Days OTHER CALENDAR OF EVENTS CALL 2106295279 Gift Certificates Available BirthdaysAnniversaricsSpccial Holidays 80 Mexican American Food DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS BREAKFAST PLATES TACOS Come try our delicious gorditas tripas lenguas 598 Landa St 210 6250122 Across from Zoeller Funeral Home formerly Robars now under new ownership Sun 7am 3pm Mon 3pm ORDERS TO GO BY PHONE OPEN SUNDAYS Class of94 Congratulation Make sure they get the message They have worked hard and you can show your appreciation to them by placing a congratulatory message for your preschool elementary middle high school or college graduate They will appear in the HeraldZeitung on May 27th There are two sizes to choose from one with picture you provide and message or a message alone OQ Brian Good luck in college Well miss working with you Your friends at Bountans Dept Store Hurry deadline is May 25th 1993 CongratuCations Love Mom Its easy to place a Graduation Greeting Just call 6259144 to pay by Visa or MasterCard New BraunfeU HeraldZeitung 707 Landa New Braunfels 6259144   

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