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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                f Miffcn Northcliffe residents want curfew to stop crime wave is locking for a little justice maybe a curfew to curt crime and violence the sub division of Northcliffe has ex perienced Residents of Northcliffe are still reacting to the murder of Kenneth Carroll one month ago in that sub the mans brotherinlaw has been charged with the I want our city officials to strongly consider enforcing a wellarranged curfew Grooves Its the only possi ble or do we want our subdivision to turn Into a breeding place for crime A similar curfew idea was presented to Live Oak officials two weeks But the ordinance was defeated by a vote of 5 to Mayo Live Oak city at has researched the sub You may find you can do this In a city of this but the ones Ive seen have violated some fundamental Youre dealing with uncharted he You would have to be All the attacks on these ordinances have been civil rights Gaiindo said federal courts have been liberal In striking them down and that state courts have done the same the fifth direuit Court of Ap peals in New Orleans has in the past five years revoked a Loui siana citys curfew Texas falls within the jurisdiction of the Fifth Circuit Court of Ap Gaiindo added that laws with even more general terms than those in the Louisiana case are now practiced in Poteet and Cor pus Christl and could not stand Up In court If A majOr problem with such or Gaiindo Is the number of exceptions that would have to be listed to cover all making the law difficult to en Gaiindo said that conclusion was drawn In an opinion Written by Susan assistant city at torney for the City of San on that citys proposed curfew or the San Antonio City Council did not approve the or Grooves t have no statistics proving juvenile crime was on the rise criminal mischief and burglaries have Increased here in Northciiffe Curing the last Ive seen only one ease where an ordinance was tested in the courts and still held to be she Parts were stricken but many exceptions were written in the law adopted by the borough of Grooves if such a curfew cannot be en 1 still have every Intention of presenting Issues to all govern mental agencies to implement a neighborhood crime prevention program or watch for oiir Nor thcliffe We just need to let our city of ficials know weve got a real bad situation out we have to combine forces and spread the word door Grooves is determined to take a bite out of crime and is looking for answers that are hard to She wants Northcliffe to be a bet ter place to live not a breeding place for Stocks NEW YORK API slocks AMR Corp AmerCan Amerttech AMIInc Am Motors AmSUnd Amoco Artncolnc AURtchfld BancTexas BellAUan s BellSouth s Beth Steel Bordcn s Calerptlr Centei Chevron Chrysler s CoastalCp CocaCoU s Col eman Colg Palm ComlMeUs DeJUAlri DlamShm Digital Eqs DowChem Dreasrlnd duPont Est Kodak Enserch Enlexlnc Exxon KederalCo s Firestone 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Machines 7s to Telephone Telegraph 50 NYSEs composite index of all listed common stocks rose 95 to 68 60 36 On the American Stock Ex the market value index was 1 95 at 328 25 Wednesday the Dow Jones in 13X4 average climbed 3093 surpassing the previous closing peak of it reached on tng Issues outnumbered declines by more than 2 to l on the with 470 down and Big Board volume totaled million against million In the previous 5 GRAND OPEN ING c i March 7 Compact pj Framed Classic Posters tT Shirts Classic Cartoon AAysic Vi the latest and greatest among our tremendous selection Judge bans humanist texts civil rights advocates claim ideas ruled unconstitutional AP eivti lawyer says a federal judge has declared Ideas unconstitutional by virtually banning 36 books from Alabama public schools on the ground they promote secular humanism as a District Judge William Brevard Hand said Wednesday the use of the textbooks by the state violates the Constitutions prohibition against the establish ment of a religion by the With these the state Of Alabama has overstep ped its and must withdraw to perform its proper nonreligious Hand said in the 172page rul teaching that moral choices are purely personal and can only be based on some as yet un discovered and Inner self Is a sweeping fun damental belief that must not be promoted by the public Hand Fundamentalists say secular humanism is the eleva tion of transient human values over eternal spiritual and secular humanists believe humans can handle their own affairs without divine the judges decision immediately was attacked as a Judicial bookburner by former John a Baptist minister and chairman of the Washingtonbased People for the American Never before has a federal court so injected itself in to the curriculum of the public Buchanan told a news People for the American Way and the American Civil Liberties Union joined the state school board in defen ding against the lawsuit filed by a group of 6oo parents and this is the first time to our knowledge that a federal judge has declared ideas said state ACLU director Mary the decision confirms our worst fears of federal censorship over local public school In his Hand this case is not an attempt by anyone to censor materials deemed im proper or What this case is about is the allegedly Improper promotion of certain religious The conservative National Legal Foundations direc Robert an attorney for TV evangelist Pat said Hands decision exposes humanism for what It really is a wolf In sheeps prowling through the corridors of 1 dont think It Is a ruling for I look at It as a ruling for education in Skolrood told a news Humanism and its hidden agenda of indoctrination has been exposed to the GED test to be given Saturday The General Education Develop ment Test will be administered Saturday at New Braunfels Middle 659 The tests begin at 8 and there will be no admittance to the testing center 10 minutes after the test A fee will be collected for each regular test and There are five test Payment must be by cash or A fee will be charged for is suance of for reissuance and for score The purpose of the GED is to pro vide a service to adults who did not complete their formal high school If the state requirements are met through the testing adults may receive a certificate of high school The is not a high school To be eligible for the a person needs to be a resident of Texas be 18 years old and not enrolled in a private or public school or 17 years old and not enrolled in a private or public school and have parental or guardian GED preparation classes will meet from 79 Tuesdays and Thursdays at New Braunfels High School and from 79 Mondays and Wednesdays at the Texas Na tional Guard For more please con tact Barbara Doeppenschmidt at NBISDs central office or the Texas Education Agency GED Testing Division at Catch the Spirit of the Season in Denim and Chambray 98 and Skirts NOW You will enjoy the feel and fashion oJ cotton chambray and denims dresses and skirts In 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