New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 17, 1994, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 17, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung 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 students in the past week and gave out millions of dollars worth of scholarships. New Braunfels, Canyon and Smithson Valley high schools each held banquets to honor their top students and hand out money for those who plan to further their education. Valedictorians included Theresa Motycka of New Braunfels, Susan Al turn 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 2,600 in the United States. Each will attend Texas A&M. All three high schools gave total scholarships that combined to surpass the $3 million mark. New Braunfels High seniors received $1,446,250 worth of scholarships. Local contributions, whether by clubs, organizations, or family-name donations totaled 99 worth $56,825. Canyon High seniors received $1.3 million worth of money for further education. Smithson Valley seniors received over 50 scholarships worth $655,875 with local donations totaling $17,225. Most students from each of the three schools indicated they will attend either a four-year or two-year college following high school. In surveys given by each school, over half said they would attend college. In New Braunfels, 54 percent of the seniors said they would enter a college, either two- or four-year. 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 four-year college. Twenty percent in Smithson Valley and 17% of Canyon seniors chose a two-year college. 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 students in all three high schools plan to enter military service, 5% in Smithson Valley and 3% in both New Braunfels and Canyon. Texas Briefs School District Wont Lot 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 where she works. Mtf Buchanan, 17, left school in die small West Texas town of Hermleigh two years ago when she became pregnant. She later returned to complete her requirements a year early with straight A’s. Now, officials have barred her from Friday’s commencement exercises. “I’ll probably work that night. At least I won’t have to think about it," Ms. Buchanan said. ‘Tve been depressed. I really was looking forward to walking across the stage." The school board of the tiny Scurry County district, about 90 miles southeast 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: Koto sh Will Rotum From Duad SAN ANTONIO (AP) — David Korcsh's 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 you." Kendrick, speaking from a friend’s home in Waco last week, predicted Koresh soon will return from the dead and "pull a judgment ." "The Bible says clearly that ‘vengeance is mine,”’ said Kendrick. "The American people and the world are going to wake up and they’re going to see what I know. I’ve learned it before it happened, and everybody else is going to see it as it happens,’’ he said. Judge Accused Attorney General’s Office Of Obstructing Probe EL PASO, Texas (AP) — A judge has accused the state attorney general’s office of trying to obstruct his investigation 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 shortfalls. The office is attempting "to hinder, obstruct and ultimately to destroy this court’s ability to function," Marquez said in an affidavit. He also said there are suggestions of such offenses by the attorney general ’s office as tampering witn evidence, offi aal misconduct and criminal contemp* Ron Dusek, spokesman for Atter ney General Dan Morales, said the developments were baffling lf you have an idea for a story, call the newsroom at 625-9144 WHEN YOU I HINK IOU NEED HEARING HELP IT'S TIME TO LEARN ABOUT BUCARE  * Call now Bd/.iff to learn about all the benefits of BelCare, your Beltone dispenser's commitment to excellent service and quality c are. 389 S. Seguin SI. 620-1114 or 606-2030 fflefome' Audiology Centers CIF r BOOKS AVAILABLE: WALNUT 6 629-6400 IM 35 and Walnut Ave. ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6>00 PM $3.00 Times good 5/13 thru 5/19 FUL OUK.INA! Cm o CflfcAH/C MI XIC AN PAI IO CAI I ) rVhis coupon entitles bearer! I to buy 1 Chicken Flameante I |    platter (3.49 + tax)    | I    and    get one    | ■    FREE    a I    pleas# present coupon when ordering -    I at New Braun** Store Only. 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San Antonio $1.00 ALL SHOWS $1.00 Time# good 5/13 thru 5/19 HBkwr/i HT MTKTM SAT SUN 2 164:167 169 16 WEEKDAYS 6 16 7:16 9 16 PIIIIIHPIIi I 48*4 06 7^W9 IBM HANKS OO WEEKDAYS 4:40 7 00 930 Pecan nut casebearer due By JOE a 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 A&M University estimate the moth will lay eggs in Comal County on May 9 and IO. The eggs are laid on the tip of the nutlet and can be seen by the human Obituary Ruth Moeller Ruth Moeller of Sugar Land, Texas, died Friday May 13,1994. She was a resident of Austin for 52 years, and was bom in New Braunfels. Mrs. Moeller participated in various Austin women’s clubs. She was a member of St. Martin’s Lutheran Church of Austin. Mrs. Moeller was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was dearly loved by her family and her many friends, and will be missed by all. May eye; however, a magnifying glass is very helpful. Once the eggs are laid it takes three days to hatch; these larvae will feed (Mi the stems and limbs holding the nutlet for a couple of days. Then larvae will enter the pecan nutlet and destroy the pecan. Homeowners who wish to protect their pecan crop need to scout their trees for casebearer eggs and consider spraying when more than one egg is found on IO nutlets. The best time to spray is three days after the first eggs are found The com- 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 great-grandchildren, Jennifer, Shawn, Andrew and Megan Donohoo, all of Spring, Texas, and Shane Wilkins of Sugar Land. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday May 17, 1994, in the Colonial 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 liquid. Some years the casebearer lay is very low and spraying is not needed, so check your trees thoroughly before using an insecticide. Chapel of Cook-Walden Funeral Home. Interment will be in Cook-Walden/Memorial Hill. The Reverend Carl Schoss of St. Martin’s Evangelical Lutheran Church will officiate. Pallbearers will be David Wilson, Bill Nolen, Jim Adamson, Brian Donohoo, Dick Obenhaus and George Ramsey. For those desiring, memorial contributions may be made to the charity of the giver’s choice. Cook-Walden Funeral Home DESIGNER RUG SALE SAVE 50% AND MORE O I NTE RIOUS 943 N. Walnut 625-3477 ti AN S VAN TOUR ay 18 Crystal Baking Co. Luncheon & Tour May 19 Love Creek Apple Orchards May 20 Waco - Texas Ranger Museum/ Tour of Homes. Plus. May 21 Colombus Magnolia Tour of Homes I Arts A Crafts June 15, 16 & 18 Mijotic Theater "CATS" June 23-26 Palo Duro Canyon. TX (3 Nights 14 Days) OTHER CALENDAR OF EVENTS CALL 210-629 S279 Gift Certificate Available ^Jljrthda^^Annive^^ fill cAlopateo Mexican & American Food DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS BREAKFAST PLATES & TACOS . Come try our delicious gorditas, tripas & lenguas 598 Landa St. (210) 625-0122 Across from Zoeller Funeral Home (formerly Robaris now under new ownership) Sun. 7am - 3pm Mon. 6:30am - 3pm Tues.-Sat. 6:30am - 9:00pm ORDERS TOGO- BY PHONE - OPEN SUNDAYS Class of ’94 \ %r / 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 pre-school, elementary, middle, high school, or college graduate. They will appear in the Herald-Zeitung on May 27th. There are two sizes to choose from, one with picture (you provide) and message or a message alone.    $24 Q0    $j2    00 Brian, Good luck in college. We'U miss working with you. Your friends at Bouman's Dept. Store Melissa ‘Rogers, Congratulations! A Love, 4pv Mom, Dad & Jenny Hurry!, deadline is May 25th, 1993. It's easy to place a Graduation Greeting. Just call 625-9144 to pay by Visa or MasterCard. New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung 707 Landa, New Braunfels • 625-9144 ;