New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 30, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas
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TEXAS TECH SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
Three local students, James Witla, Smithson Valley High School, Kelly Culver, Canyon High School, and Troy Herring, New Braunfels High School were recently awarded scholarships for fall enrollment at Texas Tech University. The scholarships were presented at the annual Scholarship Banguet held at the Tree Tops Restaurant by the Comal Chapter of the Texas Tech Alumni.
Phillip W. Jones of New Braunfels received a BS degree in Communication from Howard Payne University during May 8 commencement exercises in Brown-• wood. Jones is the son of Kenneth and Marie Jones of Bulverde.
Amy Elizabeth Baker Allred graduated Saturday, May 22,
1993 from the University of Texas at Austin. She received a B.S. degree in communication sciences and Disorders.
She will attend graduate school at the University of Texas
at Dallas. Baker was a 1989 College on May 8, 1993. graduate of New Braunfels High They are Juliette L. Binford,
NJHS Student in Math. The awards were presented at the Academy’s annual NHS/NJHS Awards Banquet on the SMBA campus. Miss Guerrieri is a first-year student at the Academy inducted into the National Junior Honor Society in February. She was chosen on the basis of academic excellence, leadership, service, and character. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Guerrieri, 122 Trailwood, New Braunfels.
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Two New Braunfels residents graduated from Texas Lutheran
moting the New Braunfels Art League’s Spring Art and Craft Show set for this weekend, May 29 through May 30 in the Civic Center.
Christy Pianos won first, Alison Damarodas received second and Andrea Johnson took third in the contest open to art studentsof the
Curtis honored by Baylor University
New Braunfelser Aimee Curtis recently received the Wall Street Journal Outstanding Student in Finance Award during the Hankamer School of Business’ Annual Spring Awards Banquet at Baylor university.
Curtis, a senior accounting m£gor, was honored also with the Beta Beta Alpha highest ranking woman in business award.
Curtis has been active in Delta Sigma Pi, Gamma Phi Beta, Beta Alpha Psi, Hankamer Student Government and Golden Key National Honor Society.
area high schools.
The posters are currently on display at the Arts Center located at 646 Walnut Square, but will be moved to the Civic Center for the show and sale. Other posters will be displayed in local merchant’s windows from IO a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Blinn College has announced its academic honor students for the 1993 spring semester. The college recognizes those students ;with grade point averages of 3.25 or better as Distinguished Students and those with at least a *3.75 as President’s Scholars. •Those students from Comal ‘•County making the lists were:
' Distinguished from the area •.include: Stephanie D. Dubose, \ of Bulverde; Justin J. Jonas, of vFischer; and April E. Hall, of
* New Braunfels.
Lisa Guerrieri was honored 'last week as San Marcos Acade *‘Toy's Best National Junior Honor
* Society (NJHS) Member in His-
* tory and Government and Best
bachelor of arts degree in Communication arts; and Jodi Lin Heven Smith bachelor of arts degree in English .Texas Lutheran College offers degrees in 24 academic discipline and nine preprofessional programs. The college has a 1992-93 record enrollment of 1,411 students at its Seguin and Randolph Air Force
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Catherine Sue Cornelius, of New Braunfels, graduated from the University of Texas at Austin on Saturday , May 22 with a bachelor’s degree in Latin American studies.
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Three New Braunfels High School art students won cash and ribbons in a poster contest pro-
NB Middle School Award Winners
;Comal County Aggies make their mark at Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University stu-' dents from the New Braunfels area are having an impact in Aggieland. The following is a list -bf their accomplishments. H
!• • John Bartram, son of Ray-vmond and Carole Bartram • '"Dean’s List, Photo Journalist for 'The Battalion Newspaper Aggie «:Komodianten, Most Outstanding -New Member of the Alpha Alpha ^Pledge Class of Tau Kappa ^Epsilon Fraternity, inducted into 'Delta Phi Alpha (German Honor 'Society), the Golden Key Honor 'Society and the Phi Kappa Phi riionor Society, and elected President of the German Club for the il993/94 school year, v • Colatta Caddenhead, ^daughter of Walter and Gwen '^Caddenhead - Dean’s List and •Class of‘94 graduating in 1993.
I-: • IMI Campbell, son of Dale '-Jind Lynda Campbell - elected fledge Trainer of Tau Kappa ^Epsilon Fraternity.
• Brandon Motor!, son of I Mike and Linda Dietert - received I the Band Commanders
I Award for Outstanding Fresh-; man in the Fightin’ Texas Aggie ; Band’
•Amy Dillon, daughter of Jer-
• ry and Suzanne Forrest - Bon-! fire pot securier for her dorm.
• Kyta Qoodson, daughter of ! Leroy and Judene Good son - Sig-; ma Delta Gamma Sophomore ; Scholarship Award.
• Courtnoy Hormos, daugh-
• ter of Arlon Hermes and Susan I Cusenbary - “FISH CAMP* Coun-; Belor.
• Clay Mathis, son of Pat and Lee Mathis - Sigma Delta Gamma Senior Scholarship Award, Outstanding Senior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, College of Agriculture Senior Merit Award.
• Backy Matson, daughter of Roger and Karry Matson -selected as an Orientation Leader for 1993/94 school year.
• Colo Rolnarz, son of Gus and Cindy Reinarz - Most Valu-able 12th Man Player Academic Scholar.
• Hoath Roinlngor, son of Ken and Joanne Reininger -
. member of Texas A&M Rugby
Team, Saddle & Sirloin Club, and Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity Rush Committee.
• KoH Hammier, daughter of Nelson and Janie Remmler -elected President of Eppright Hall.
• Brandy Schollhaso,
daughter of Margie Barber -received the Athletic Academic Award.
• Susan Spicer, daughter of Tom and Deolores Spicer - selected as an Orientation Leader for 1993/94, pledged Alpha Delta Phi and will be serving on their Scholarship Committee.
• Brot TvuMondor, future son-in-law of Gennie Stackhouse -received the Exercise Physiology Student of the Year Awani, President of Physical Therapy Class and will be working on his Master’s Degree at TWU Houston/ Medical Centre.
• Mahatma Wokflnor, daughter of Jerrol and Margaret Weid-ner - “FISH CAMP* Counselor.
• Kim Wingate, daughter of Keith and Jan Wingate - graduating Cum Laude in May, and accepted into the Masters Program of Physical Therapy at TWU Dallas/Presbyterian.
New Braunfels Middle School Eighth Grade award winners, at right, are, kneeling left to right, Andy Hoftman -American Legion Outstanding Boy; David Simmon, William Kamau Leadership Award; David Kneuper, Woodmen of the World. Standing, left to right, Ivan Antosh, Junior Teenager boy of the year; Robin Williams, Junior Teenager gin of the year; Mlreya Blankmeyer, American Legion Outstanding Girl of the Year.
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Carelessness in Hotel Room Results in 12 Hours of Terror
By Abigail Van Buren
© 1993 Universal Press Syndicate
DEAR ABBY: I hope this letter alerts your readers to an avoidable danger. I am an airline hostess. I spend a good deal of time in hotels and am usually very safety-conscious. A lapse in caution resulted in a very scary incident that could have cost me my life.
I was in a good hotel at one of our western airports. It was 9:30 in the evening, I was tired, and the phone rang. Someone claiming to be from the front desk said there was a problem with the heater on my floor and they needed to check my thermostat. I should have called the front desk to verify this, but I hurried to put on a pair of jeans and a T-shirt, and then I heard a knock on the door.
A nice-looking man with a toolbox came in and went over to the thermostat, fiddled with it for a few minutes, and then pointed a gun in my face. The toolbox contained duct tape and rope; in a matter of minutes, I was on the floor, hound and gagged, watching this man rummage through my belongings. He did not hurt or assault me, hut leaving, he plopped me on the bed and left me hog-tied, making it impossible for nu* to call for help.
A cleaning woman found me at 9:00 the next morning, and she needed help to untie me.
Abby, a little caution could have prevented this nightmare of fear and helplessness that lasted for nearly 12 hours. I am seeing a psychologist who encouraged me to talk about it — so here I am. I am signing my name, hut if you print this, sign me ...
BOUND TO BE MORE DAREFUL
DEAR BOUND: Your “talking about it” is not only good therapy to help you put this nightmarish experience behind you, it is a valuable reminder for women (and men) who spend time in hotels and motels.
DEAR ABBY: Recently your readers gave their opinions on whether an office worker should inform the boss that a colleague was going through the boss’s waste basket. Two of the writers who responded asserted that the courts have held that the police cannot search an individual’s trash without a search warrant.
Abby, in a 1988 case, tin1 U.S. Supreme Court held that the police did not need a warrant to search garbage that was placed in opaque lings at the curb for collection. The rationale was that tile defendants did not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the garbage, so a search warrant was not required under the Fourth Amendment
It is possible that some state con stitutions provide greater protection. Moreover, the police certainly cannot search garbage that is inside a person’s house, since they normal Iv need a warrant to enter a house But under the U.S. Constitution, garbage left at curbside is fair game for the police.
DOUGLAS F CARI,St >N WALNUT CREEK. CAMI
DEAR MB. CARLSON Thanks for the correction complete with documental im from tin* U.S. Supreme Court, 110 less.
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