New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 14, 1985, Page 3

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 14, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas CISD taking TABS tests New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung    Thursday, February 14,1986 3A Crossword Texas Assessment of Basic Skills (TABS) tests are being administered to Comal ISD students in grades three, five and nine this week. As mandated by the Texas Legislature in 1979, the tests are required to determine competency in minimum basic skills in reading, writing and mathematics. A student’s test performance is reported in terms of mastery or nonmastery of each objective, and once the tests are completed on Feb. 19, the material will be sent to Austin for scoring and should be back in the CISD office by May. “We are required by law to report the results to the (school) board in June,” instructional coordinator Chad Hall said. The results are also shared with the district’s instructional staff to determine strong and weak areas, and goals are then set for next year based on that information. All nine-grade students who fail to demonstrate mastery of minimum exit level competencies will be able to retake the assessment test each year it is administered. “It is the policy of the CISD board that every student in our system must be able to pass the ninth-grade test,” Hall said. However, the 1985-86 school year will usher in the replacement of TABS tests with TEAMS (Texas Educational Assessment of Minimum Skills) tests, which will be given annually to students in grades one, three, five, seven, nine and eleven. Students will then be required to pass the eleventh-grade test to graduate, and if they do not pass as a junior, the test will be administered to them again as a senior. Stocks NEW YORK (AP)-I High Low Last AMR Corp 39* 38* 38* Amer Can 52* 51* 51* Ameritech 82* 82* 82* AMI Inc 24* 23* 24* Am Motors 4* 3* 3* AmStand 34 33* 33* Amer TAT 21* 21 21* Armcolnc ll* ll* ll* AtlRichfld 47* 47* 47* BancTexas 5* 5 5 BellAtlan 84* 83* 83* BellSouth s 37* 36* 36* Beth Steel 21 20* 20* Borden 68* 67* 68 CaterpTr Centel 32* 41* 32* 41* 32* 41* Chevron 35 34* 34* Chrysler 34* 34 34* CocaCola 61* 61* 61* Coleman 29* 28* 29* ComlMetl 18* 18* 18* DiamShm 19* 19 19 DowChem 30 29* 29* Dressrlnd 21 20* 20* East Kodak 70* 69* 69* Enserch 27* 27* 27* Entexlnc 20* 20* 20* Exxon 47* 47* 47* FedlCo 37* 37* 37* Firestone 18* 18* 18* FtBcpTex FordMot 17* 46* 17* 46* 17* 46* GAF Corp 30 29* 29* GTE Corp 42* 42* 42* GnDynam 83* 82* 82* GenElec 65* 64* 64* Gen Food 59 58* 58* Gen Motors 80* 80* 80* GnMotr E n 63* 63 Vs 63* Goodrich 29* 29* 29* Goodyear 28* 28* 28* GtAtlPac 15* 15* 15* Haliburtn 32* 31* 31* Holiday Inn 52* 52* 52* Houstlnd 22* 22* 22* HughesTl 15* 15* 15* Interfst 12* 12 12 IBM 134* 133* 133* Intl Harv IO* IO* IO* Int Paper 54* 53* 54* JeffPiiot s 43 42* 42* JohnsJn 39* 39* 39* K mart 37* 37* 37* KrogerCo 39* 39 39* LTV Corp 13 12* 12* Litton Ind 73* 73* 73* LoneSta Ind 24* 24* 24* MCorp 24* 24 24* MayDSts 49* 48* 48* Medtronic 33* 32* 32* Mobil 29 28* 28* Monsanto s 46* 46 46* Motorola s 37* 37 37 NabiscoBrd 54* 53* 54 NYNEX 80* 79* 80 PacifTel 73 72* 72* Penney JC 49* 49* 49* Phelps Dod 19* 19* 19* PhillpsPet 49* 49* 49* Polaroid 25* 25* 25* ProctGamb 57* 57 57* Pubs NwMx 25 24* 24* RCA 41* 40* 4e RepBankCp 33 32* 33 Sabine 18 17* 17* Safeway 31* 31* 31* SFeSouPac 29* 29* 29* SearsRoeb 35* 34* 35 ShellOll 55* 55* 55* Singer Co 38* 37* 37* Southern Co 18* 18* 18* Southland 30* 29* 30* SwstBeU 75* 75* 75* Sperry Cp StdOillnd 48* 62* 47* 61 47* 81* StdOilOh 45* 44* 44* SunComp 50* 50* 50* TNP Ent 15* 15* 15* Tandy 33 32* 33 Tenneco 40* 39* 39* Texaco Inc 36* 35* 36* TexAmBnch 37* 37* 37* TexComBn 43* 43* 43* TexEastn s 30* 29* 30 Texas Inst 122* 121 121 TexasOGas 21* 21* 21* Tex Util 27* 27* 27* TylerCp Un Carbide 34* 40 34* 39* 34* 39* UnPacCp 49* 48* 48* US Steel 28* 28* 28* USWest 74* 74* 74* UniTel 23* 23* 23* Unocal 48 47 47 WalMart 47* 47* 47* WestghEl s 33 32* 32* Xerox Cp 45* 45 45* ZenithE 24* 24* 24* Stock market ahead in early trading NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market pushed ahead in heavy NBHS students second at meet Six New Braunfels High School students placed at Smithson Valley High School’s Hill Country Invitational Academic Meet Friday and Saturday. New Braunfels High School won second place sweepstakes with a total of 63 points. Individual awards went to Mike On*, first place in physics and second place in overall sciences, and Gayle Cerrato, first in persuasive speaking trading today, making another run past the 1,300 level in the Dow Jones industrial average. Dow Jones’s average of 30 blue chips, off a little more than a point in the first hour, was up 5.08 at 1,303.00 by noontime on Wall Street. Gainers held an 8-5 lead over losers among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. The Dow industrials topped 1,300 in Wednesday afternoon’s trading, before settling back to close at a record high of 1,297.92. Among actively traded blue chips, International Business Machines gained * to 134 V4; DuPont rose I Mi to 54*. and Ford Motor Mi to 46*. American Telephone k Telegraph led the active list, unchanged at 21 Mr on turnover of more than 1.4 million shares. The NYSE’s composite index of all its listed common stocks picked up .35 to 106.43. At the American Stock Exchange, the market value index rose 1.39 to 232.61. Volume on the Big Board came to 69.73 million shares at noontime, against 52.46 million at the same point Wednesday. BANK CLOSING The following banks and savings & loan associations will be closed for President's Day February 1985 •First Federal Saving & Loan New Braunfels-Sattler-San Marcos Wimberley * MBankNew Braunfels MPACT Banking: 24 hours daily •New Braunfels National Banki Transact Bank Open 24 hrs. •New Braunfels Saving & Loan Association |*San Antonio Savings & Loan Association •Texas Commerce Bank 'Imn arrange your banking needs accordingly] Photos win for Canyon students Canyon High School students Lynn Smeal and Stuart Han-smann won the 1985 gold key awards for their photographs at the Central Regional Exhibition Scholastic Art Awards ceremony last weekend in Austin. Honorable mention awards also went to Raquel Kraft, Marcia Ramos, Debbie Schaefer, Sherry Wood and Hansmann, all of Canyon. Nineteen CHS photography students entered 29 photographs in last weekend’s competition. Students who won the gold key awards could receive further recognition at a national show, set for sometime in April at Scholastic, Inc., in New York. Hansmann’s award was for a color photograph, while Smeal entered an experimental black and white photo. These and other award-winning photographs will be exhibited through Feb. 23 at the Art Department of the University of Texas in Austin. CHS photography instructor is Joseph Hocker. Harald-Zritung (USPS 377 880) lf you have not received your paper by 5 30 p m Tuesday through Friday or by 7 30 a rn Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p rn and 11 am, respectively Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon    by    New    Braunfels Herald Publishing    Co..    186    S Casten Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131 Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co , 186 5 Casten Ave , New Braunfels, TX 78131 Dave Kramer . , . General Manager Claude Scruggs     Publisher Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Robert Johnson ..........Editor Dave Kramer Advertising Manager Cheryl McCampbell . . Class Mgr Don Avery    Circulation Manager Carol Avery .. Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel ........Press    Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David King.........Sports    Editor Patricia Yjrnaga King . . Wire Editor Subscription Rates (Includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 months, $10 78 6 months, $18 82. one year, $33 64 Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas:    3 months $18 92; 6 months, $33 64 one year $63 08 Mail outside Texas 6 months, $42 OO; one year $70 OO Postmaster:    Send address changes to P O Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78131 and second in poetry interpretation. Also Kim Ashley placed second in persuasive speaking, third in spelling and advanced to finals in prose reading. Also the debate team of Darren Boarnet and Brian Vauter won third place in standard debate. Sponsors included Jeanne Belnap, Faye Gark and Jennifer Sanger-mano. Locals to vie in mock trial Six New Braunfels High School students will enter a mock trial competition at Austin's Travis County Courthouse Saturday. Students entering the contest include J.P. Rector, Jonathan Reich, Chris Mosel, Rick Holeman, Duane Smith and Julie Schumann. Ten area teams will compete and will draw before each round to be the plaintiff or defendant at the competition. Two lawyers and two witnesses will compete in each round. Local lawyer Mark Gark and the New Braunfels Bar Association have aided the students in their preparations. Sally Kingsbury will accompany these students to Austin. A ACROSS 1 Instruments 6 Appends 10 Exhibition 14 As : usually 15 Feline 16 Wisteria 17 Droll person 18 Contrition 20 Collection 21 Item 23 Stoned 24 Happy look 25 Shipped 26 Oldish 30 Parches 34 Irritate 35 Swiss river 37 Matrix 38 Appear 39 Extensive 41 Infatuation 42 Cool-- cucumber 43 Hiram's realm 44 Overcharged 46 Shelf 48 NHL team 50 Dancer Sally - 52 To shelter 53 Engrave 56 Verily 57 Barrier 60 Plastic 62 Oleoresin 64 Simians 65 Numerical suffix 66 Art show 67 Cautious 66 Anger 69 High edifice DOWN 1 S. American rodent 2 Golf club 3 Big cat 4 High priest 5 Made safe 6 Mountainous 7 Daily fare 8 Wear 9 Woodcock's kin 10 Urbane 11 Intimate 12 — over lightly 13 Use a hoe 19 Drawn 22 Pleasantly 24 Weight unit 25 Groom’s party 26 Of noses 27 Puffy PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 28 Trample 29 Nostrils 31 Saw 32 St. Lawrence or Missouri 33 Plants grass 36 Entertain 40 Dry 41 Gruff 43 Vex 45 Harmony 47 Young salmon 49 Blues song 51 Below: poet. 53 " corny as..." 54 Wine valley 55 Music sign 56 Athena 57 Bagel source 58 Love 59 Pronoun 61 Hymenopter 63 Circuit 14 TF 34 33 I 46 SC" ST VT Weather SOUTH TEXAS Parity cloudy tonight and Friday Hight Friday 80t north to near 70 aouth Iowa tonight 30s north to 40s south WEST TEXAS Mostly lair through Friday A little wormer Friday Lows tonight in the 20s Highs Friday mid 50s Panhandle to near 70 valleys of southwest Extended forecasts Saturday through Monday North Texas No precipitation expected Highs m the lower 60s on Saturday lolling to the mid to upper 50s on Monday Lows in the low to mid 40s Saturday cooling to the mid 20s to mid 30s Monday South Texas Increasing cloudiness and a little warmer Saturday becoming partly cloudy and mild Sunday Fair and a little cooler north Monday Lows Saturday near 40 north to near 50 south tows Sunday and Monday in the 40s north to 50s south Highs Saturday and Sunday 60s north to 70s south Highs Monday upper 60s north to 70s south Fair and warmer Saturday and colder Sunday and DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY: Bryan Rust, Third Grade, Seele Elementary Texas Patchy araaa of light snow fan in th* Texas Panhandle early todey between Dalhart end Childress in response to a minor upper lava! impulse rippling across New Mexico and Weet Texee High level cloudineee covered the remainder of the state except for the Edwerde Plateau end Trena Pecoe region, where clear skies prevailed A ridge of high pressure building into Central Taxes brought northerly winds at 10 to 20 mph to moat of the state with gutta to almost 30 mph in th# Hill Country North winds generally under IO mph were observed weet of the Pecoe with light southeasterly brasses rn the tower Rio Grande Valley Temperatures aarly today rangad ftom 26 at Lubbock to 60 at Brownsvtlls The National Weather Service Mid a cloud cover would blanket most of South Text* todey. with a chance of widely scattered showers Highs were expected to be in the 50* end 60a Texas foracasts NORTH TEXAS Low# tonight will lange from the upper 20e to the upper 30a High* on Friday will be from the middle 50* nor theeet to around 70 southwest West Texas Partly cloudy Monday Panhandle Lows near 30 Saturday cooling to lowei 20# by Monday Highs near 60 Saturday cooling to mid 40« Monday South Plains- Lows tower 30s Saturday cooling to mid 20s by Monday High! Saturday mid 60s cooling to near 50 by Monday Permian Basin Lows mid 30s Saturday cooling to naar 30 by Monday Highs upper 80s Saturday cooling to mid 50s by Monday Concho Valley Lows Saturday upper 30e cooling to near 30 by Monday Highs Saturday lower 70a cooling to mid 50a by Monday Far Wear Lowa Saturday mid 30a cooling to naar 30 by Monday Highs Saturday near 70 cooling to upper 50a by Monday Big Band region Lows Saturday upper 20t mountains to near 40 along the Rio Grand* cooling to the lower 20a mountains to tower 30e along th* river Monday Highs Saturday mid 60s mountain* to near SO along the river cooling to mid 50a mountains to th* upper 80* along th# river by Monday Brought To You By...... MBankNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank P. O. Box 451 Main Plaza, Now Braunfels, Texas 78130 512/625-8501. Member MCorp, MPACT and FDIC. USA’    IV.    risers mmAssssrn un aoo r; Y r I T V- r UA I ll* i J -J I We've got the recipe for all the local news in the Harald-Ztitunc ;

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