New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 1, 1997

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 01, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 1, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas g Tuesday April milli ByteQGYFIKAC Associated Press Writer dam AUSTIN AP David Rogers estimates that not being admitted to the University of Texas law school cost him nearly chiefly in money he could have made if he were a lawyer He wants the state of Texas to pay Rogers and three other white plaintiffs who successfully challenged a 1992 University of Texas law school admissions policy designed to boost enrollment of black and MexicanAmerican students were in court Monday seeking damages in their case Together the four are asking for about million in damages from the state That doesnt include attorneysfees Farewell Rogers 33 said not getting the chance to go to UT law school has cost him tens of thousands of dollars a year The average lawyer who graduates from UT makes said Rogers 33 and I havent cracked 26 thousand dollars Rogers who until recently managed a Relax The Back store in Arlington wants to enter law school this fait A federal appeals court last year found that UT law schools former admissions policy in use when the four unsuccessfully sought to enter the school discriminated against whites That decision allowed to stand by the Supreme Court has led to discontinuation of affirmative action policies at universities around the state The case was returned to district court to decide damages concerning the four plaintiffs Rogers has applied to the University of Houston Law Center and to UJ law school More than likely he said hell end up at UH I dont think the University of Texas is going to let me in unless theres a court order to do so which he also is seeking in the case said Rogers He also plans to write a book about the lawsuit Cheryl Hopwood the lawsuits lead plaintiff is asking for million for alleged economic and emotional harm Now a certified public accountant living in Maryland she was in court Monday but declined to be interviewed From Page 1 Adam seemed to have a joyful presence of Still said By looking at his pictures he always seemed to have a smile In football he was an mpact player He made an impact in If Adam could come back he would tell the people gathered that their relationships with friends family and Jesus Christ are important Still said Adam knows far more about life than all of us know Still said He knows what really matters Adam would tell us it is our relationships and our love for each Even though he has left his family and friends Still said Trollinger would have a better life in heaven He is in a far better Still said The Bible says that when you and I are absent from the physical body there is only peace and love not only for a day but for Then the funeral procession went to Comal Cemetery where Trollinger was laid to rest There students family and friends gathered to pay their last respects to Trolliager Out of respect for Trollinger members of the Unicom football team wore Swarm tshirts which has been a long time nickname for the Unicom defense Trollinger is survived by his parents Alan and Beverly a brother John an aunt Janice Trollinger and two uncles Gary and James Gray The pallbearers were Travis Haecker Dan Mauldin Randy Jonas David McGilvery Robert Hooker Steven Simpson Alec MacDonald and David Simmonds Messages such as Adam T Forever and I will always love you baby brother on students cars expressed how much people will miss Trollinger Obituaries Marie S Bolton Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels for Marie S Bolton who died at Kirkwood Manor on Monday March 31 1997 at the age of 90 years Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Guadalupe Machuca Sr Mr Guadalupe Machuca age 77 of New Braunfels died Monday March 31 1997 at the Colonial Manor Care Center He was born March 1 1920 in Boerne Texas to Juan Machuca Sr and Maria Huerta Machuca He married Josefa Pena on Sept 30 1945 in New Braunfels He retired from Dittlinger Flour Mill as a packer He was a member of the Holy Family Catholic Church and the Cursillistas He was a member of the Union Funebre Padres de Familia No 1 of New Braunfels Survivors are his daughters and sonsinlaw Maria Dolores and Charles Losa of Fort Worth Mary C and Valentine Martinez of New Braunfels sons and daughtersinlaw Joe and Linda Machuca Guadalupe Machuca Pedro and Pat Machuca all of New Braunfels sisters Tomasa Perez of New Braunfels Concepcion Silvas and her husband Inez of Lubbock Texas brother Baudelio Machuca and his wife Celestina of New Braunfels 10 grandchildren and six great grandchildren He was preceded in Teacher Bee From Page 1 based on the success of the program Shes one of these extremely hard working individuals who really makes a difference to our MacDonald said We many times dont take the time to toot the horns of those who really deserve it a great great teacher and it was a big thrill to get to nominate one of my teachers for a national Bingham said many teachers wrote letters of nomination for Krejci who helped her implement the HOSTS program in the New Braunfels Independent School District six years ago She said that anyone we asked could not get to their pens fast enough to write a recommendation for Krejci did not find out she had even been nominated until her name was announced as a winner at the national convention in March I was very Krejci said My colleagues really put one over on me In fact I screamed when I found out about Bingham said Krejci was nominated for the award because of her dedication and love for students She said she takes a handson approach to teaching that makes the students and volunteers enjoy learning She teaches them what it is theyre trying to do and it makes sense to Bingham said Shes not one theyre going to get away with things with a very compassionate person but she wants the very best for them and expects it from Krejci is a math and language arts teacher She assesses students individually and prepares them for work with the tutors Krejci said she is involved in the HOSTS program because of the benefits the students see She said the oneonone attention the mentors provide increases learning and helps reinforce the concepts taught by teacheis I do work hard but I see so many rewards for these she said I have the highest admiration for the mentors who volunteer their time to better these The Betty Scharff award is given to teachers who go beyond the expected to help students Scharff was a codeveloper of the HOSTS reading and math programs and was described as dedicating her life to helping children through the program At the local level there are about 250 volunteers tutoring 140 students ranging in grades from kindergarten TODAY OMLY Everyone whose name is on PAGE 14 ofthe Phone Book WINS A FREE GAME at From Page 1 University Walter said he enjoys the subject of geography and finds it a pretty easy subject He completed the bee last year where he earned second place in his school I just looked at atlases and National Geographies to he said entered it because Im pretty good at it and have done this Siskind said Walter will compete against 99 other fourththrough eighthgraders She said the students will be put in five groups of 20 and a bee contest will be held to determine the preliminary winners She said the top two scorers from each group will then go to the finals Theyre very difficult questions and they get more difficult at the different Siskind said Most people dont know the answers very advanced questions but there are kids out there who like geography and know it The state winner will receive and other prizes along with an all expensespaid trip to Washington with a teacher escort for the May finals At the national level three scholarships totaling will be available to the winners Siskind said the ninthannual bee is sponsored by the National Geographic Society and Sylvan Learning Center and was in response to the lack of geographic knowledge among United States residents SAMPLE GEOGRAPHY BEE QUESTIONS 1 Name the longhaired kind of ox that provides meat milk and a means of transportation for the people of the Tibetan Plateau 2 Quechua KEH chuh wuh is a language spoken by people native to which mountain system in the Western Hemisphere 3 Name the Englishspeaking country in the Southern Hemisphere that is the worlds leading exporter of both beef and wool 4 What term was coined to describe a region of the Great Plains where a drought and overuse of the land led to disastrous soil erosion in the 1930s 5 Gauchos are cowboys who tend cattle on the midlatitude grasslands of which continent 6 A seismic sea wave is commonly known by what Japanese term 7 Name the European capital city that stands on both banks of the Tiber River 8 Name the only political unit on the mainland of South America that is still controlled by a European country 9 Mecca and Medina the chief religious centers of Islam are cities in which Middle Eastern country Answers 2 Andes 3 Australia 4 Dust Bowl 5 South America 6 tsunami 7 Rome 8 French Guiana 9 Saudi Arabia Source National Geographic Society Police Beat Department of Public Safety Sunday Arrest on charge of possession of drug paraphernalia New Braunfels man 20 bond Arrest on charge of carrying of a weapon on alcohol premises and driving while intoxicated Katy woman 30 bond Arrest on charges of driving while license suspended no insurance and possession of drug paraphernalia New Braunfels man 22 bond Arrest on charge of possession of marijuana San Antonio bond Arrest on charge of driving while license suspended Grand Prairie man 28 bond Saturday Arrest on charges of issuance of a bad check driving while license suspended expired Drivers license and no insurance San Antonio woman 28 bond Arrest on charge of possession of marijuana San Antonio man 25 bond New Braunfels Police Department Monday Arrest on charges of assault with injury to an elderly person assault with injury to a disabled person possession of marijuana and resisting arrest New Braunfels man 34 bonds on charge of public intoxication New Braunfels man bond 112 Sunday Amest on charges of two counts of no drivers license and expired license plates New Braunfels man 24 no bond GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE 1VALNUT6 6296400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave Centex Office four test vafue Rubber Stamps and Name Badges 154 S Business IH35 next to Adobe Cafe 6293979 Doily 6091033 Game must be used within 48 Hpursjj Spring Allergies Do you COUGH with your SPRING ALLERGIES You may be eligible to participate in a research ALtiM i study using an investigational medication Ages 12 above needed Allergy Skin Testing EKG Lib Testing Physician Monitoring PATIENTS PAID Ul TO CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH New Braunfels TX 6299036 METRO 6090900 Sling Blade Bat Screenplay R Jerry Maguire ra lies Supporting Actor Award English Patient NominaleilforS Ataanli Best Daily death by his wife Josefa Machuca and a son David Machuca A rosary will be recited Tuesday at 7 at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel Funeral mass is scheduled for 10 Wednesday April 2 at the Holy Family Catholic Church with Rev James Wasser celebrant Interment will follow in the Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery The body will lie in state at the funeral home all day Tuesday and Wednesday until when the procession departs the funeral home HOME Lillian Marion Denmark Lillian Marion Denmark of New Braunfels passed through death to eternal life on March 29 at New Braunfels She was 92 years of age Born March 11 1905 in New Braunfels to Charles and Emma Brumme Marion she married Jesse Velma Denmark on June 25 1924 in New Braunfels He preceded her in death in 1964 Mrs Denmark who had lived at the Eden Home since July 1993 was a member of First Protestant Church the Order of Eastern Star Sons of Hermann Lodge No 21 and was a charter member of the New Braunfels Chapter AARP In addition to her husband Mrs Denmark was preceded in death by her son Velma J Denmark and brothers Milton Herbert and John Marion She is survived by daughters Jeanelda Darling and husband Jack of Beaumont Texas Janice Preiss and husband Elwood of Arlington Texas Lou Edmondson and husband Frank of San Antonio Texas daughterinlaw Jennie Staats Denmark of New Braunfels 13 grandchildren 14 great grandchildren and a brother and sisterinlaw Carl and Pearl Marion of New Braunfels Funeral service will be 2 Tuesday April 1 1997 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with visitation until 2 Tuesday The Rev Albert Hennig associate chaplain of Eden Home will officiate Burial will be in the Comal Cemetery Memorials may be given to First Protestant Church the Eden Home or to the charity of ones choice Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Gayle Franklin Myatt Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Gayle Franklin Myatt of New Braunfels He died April 1 1997 at his residence at the age of 63 3rd Qtntnllon of Fvnify Strvtct FUNERAL HOME Arrest on charges of assault of a public servant expired drivers license and possession of drug paraphernalia Cibolo man 17 bonds Saturday Arrest on charge of no drivers license and unrestrained child under 4 McQueeney man 28 bond II Arrest on charges of public intoxication and possession of a controlled substance bond R Arrest on charge of assault with bodily injury 36yearold man bond Arrest on charge of possession of marijuana New Braunfels man 18 bond Friday Arrest on charges of failure to identify and theft Converse man 17 bond Arrest on charge of driving while intoxicated Nashville woman bond 1 Arrest on charge intoxication New Braunfels man 28 bond Arrest on charges of possession of marijuana minor in possession of alcoholic beverage and no drivers license San Marcos man 21 total of in bonds Arrest on charge of theft Converse man 18 bond Arrest on charge of possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance Seguin man 19 bonds Comal County Sheriffs Office Monday Arrest on charges of two counts of criminal trespass San Antonio man 46 bonds Sunday Arrest on charges of driving while license suspended and two counts of theft by check Canyon Lake man 33 bonds Saturday Arrest on charge of expired drivers license Elmendorf man bond Friday H Arrest on charge of theft by check Spring Branch man 26 bond Arrest on charge of speeding San Antonio woman 36 bond Arrest on charges of assault and possession of marijuana San Antonio man 36 bond Arrest on charges of pass of no pass zone speeding failure and jdentify a fugitive ftoro justice bonds on charge of driving while intoxicated New Braunfels woman 37 bond on charge of parole violation and failure to appear San Antonio man 24 bonds of assault and criminal mischief bond Arrest on charges of defective head lights no insurance and failure to appear New Braunfels woman 45 no bond CELEBRITY SPEAKER DINNER Susan Howard From the TV Hit Dallas Plus Music by Ray Jones Sponsored by BRACKEN CHRISTIAN SCHOOL APRIL 12 PM TICKETS On 46 Old Boerne Rd in Bulverde For more information call 9803267 HOBBY Free Food Free Gifts Fri 4 1 O8 Seit 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