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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas MARCH 1993 HERALDZEITONG Sex ed test laws to give parents control Ataeelittd PrtM AUSTIN Conservative lawmaker are touting leg illation regarding lex edu cation and standardized tests in schools that they contend would strengthen parental Legislation by War ren and Jane RFlower would require that if local school districts teach sex substantial ly more attention be given to abstinence from sex than any other Their legislation would also require that parents be notified of the contents of the sex education program and that they opt to put their children into the Schools would not be required to teach sex educa but if they they would have to follow the state A separate bill unveiled Thursday by Jim would allow par ents to look at a stateman dated standardized test after it has been but before it has been Horn said parents should have the right to know the test con Under the parents could withhold their childs test from the grading process if they could prove to their school board that any questions on the test are psychological rather than academic in Parents and others cur rently cannot look at the tests for security according to the Texas Edu cation Alamo Area Council i honored for reports The Alamo Area Council of Gov ernments was recently awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Report ing by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and The certificate recognizes the highest standards for preparation ofstate and local government financial and was awarded to the AACOG for its comprehen sive annual financial report for the fiscal year ended The comprised of Atas Medina and Wilson Jookslgnlng Local authors Rosmarle Lelssner and Myra Lee Adams right donate a copy of their Klndermaskenball Past and Present 150 Years of Heritage to librarian Vicky A book signing par ty will be held 15 March 20 at Seele Parish Red Purse Week New Braunfels Business and Professional Womens Club members are holding their purses in recognition of Red Purse March This week is set aside to bring emphasis to the fact that the salaries of women are in the red as compared to their male Photo by John Activities March 20 The New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild will hold its monthly meeting at at the New Braunfels Christian Loop Lynn Lewis Young from Great Expectations Quilt Shop in Houston will present a program Fabrics and Color for More information is available at or March 21 The retired Eagles Activity Club will meet 26 March 21 at Eagles Mem bers are asked to bring sand but those having birth days or adversaries are asked to bring cake or cookies for the after Spring Branch Lodge 127 Hermann Sons will meet for a brief business meeting after which all will go to Spring Branch Bowling Club for an afternoon of Members bring sand dips and birthday Members are asked to bring dips and birthday March 22 The Canyon Lake Retired Teachers Association will meet at at the Methodist Lucille Biegel will speak on leg islative matters affecting March 23 The Colonial Dames XVII Century will meet March 23 at the Education 430 Mill Parking is in the rear of the Members should take the street level entrance and the elevator on the right to the second The program Colonial Clergy will be presented by Mary Beth The Book Review Club will meet from 10 to with coffee at at the Senior Citizen Center at 665 Lan Barron Schlameus will review Roomers Texas 18461847 by Ferdinand Cost for mem bers is per for guests cost is a The Comal County Democ rats will meet at 7 March 23 at Kathleen wife of Senator Bob will be the guest Gloria Sass or Cheryl 629 0441 may be contacted for more March 25 Friends for Rivers will meet to discuss future projects at 7 March 25 at Victoria Bank and Plans include a 10K Representatives from Wast Management will present a pro gram on More infor mation is available at The New Braunfels Multiple Sclerosis Support Group will meet at March 25 at Finkels McKatie Goar will speak on The Downtown Rotary club meets every Thursday at noon at Krauses March 29 The New Braunfels Branch of the American Association of Uni versity Women will meet Mon March at pm in the Victoria Bank The speaker for the evening will be Sherry art therapist for who will speak about he role of art theraply in the Hos pice Readers in the community are reminded that the annual book sale will be April 3 and donations of used books are Persons having books to con tribute may call Agnee for 29th annual Spring Art Show sponsored by the New Braunfels Art League will be May Memorial Day in the Civic 380 South Fees are for nonmembers and for NBAL members for an 8by10 exhibit Exhibitors may show original work only commer cial exhibits and items purchased for resale are not Artist and craftsmen who have not displayed with the Art League before should send several pic tures perferred or slides repre sentative of their work for screen MARCH SPECIALS Savings of the Green CRUISE SALE Fares Call for 6292215 133 Landa Street I COKE PRODUCTS 12PK12OZCANS 12 MILLER BUD PREMIUM BEER 59 12OZCANS FRITOS ALL FLAVORS SIZE 69 PRICES GOOD THRU ATHWY46 is a voluntary associai tion of 95 local governments that addresses regional concerni through information and coordination activities lit areas ranging from health and human services to economic devel Job training and housing In order to be awarded a a government unit must publish an easily readable inJ efficiently organized sive annual financial report with contents that conform to program The reports must iafc isfy accounting principals and legal ing purposes and a selfaddressed stamped envelope for their Entry deadline is April 15 with acceptance by April 25 late entries will be taken on An entry form may be requested by calling Pat Deltz at 4607 or the Arts Center Gallery at Written inquiries j should be addressed to the New Braunfels Art Box New FORECAST Todays forecast calls for becoming Lows In the upper 40s and EXTENDED FORECAST Tonight Cloudy Chance of rain 20 Lows In the 50s Highs in the 70s Saturday Cloudy Chance of rain 20 Lows in the 40s Highs in the 60s Friday Cloudy Chance of rain 30 Lows in the 60s Highs in the 70s Sunday uioudy Chance of rain 20 Lows in the 40s Highs in the 60s WATER WATCH Comal cfs same Edwards feet up Canyon Lake cfs up 27 Canyon Lake cfs same Lake feet up Information for Water Watch is provided daily by officials with New Braunfels Utilities and the Army Corps of Engineers at Canyon TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Jolly 6 Criticizes 10 Chinese 14 Occupied 15 Departure 16 By Jovel 17 Brought Into harmony 18 Astronomers Instrument 20 Curvy letter 21 Reformer Jacob 23 Trash 24 Made to go 25 CA 26 Dredging bucket 30 Go In a way 34 Rest 35 Helps 37 Gamblers cube 38 Limp as n Evaluator 41 An opera 42 Part of forest soil 43 Editors word 44 Consents 46 Look fixedly 48 Too early 50 Burl 52 Girl 53 Rebate document 56 Show surprise 57 CA time 60 Brainchild 62 NY city 64 Highschooler 65 Dry 66 Tooth 67 Memorable periods 68 Cozy rooms 69 Animal skins DOWN 1 Ceremony 2 Burden 3 Arms 4 Ethnic suffix 5 Amends 6 Small and trim 7 8 Nothing 9 Headstone 10 Zone 11 Rhythm 12 Neck part 13 Polish river 19 River sediments 22 Be Innate 24 Urban haze 25 Ballet move 26 Packs tightly 27 Dormouse 28 Armadillo 29 Sooner or 31 Farewell 32 Less narrow 33 Rental document 36 Plays PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 31993 1993 United Feature Syndicate 40 French peaks 41 and crafts 43 Cattle breed 45 Fuel dispenser 47 Matures 49 Antelopes 51 Inward 53 Mention 54 Extraordinary person slang 55 Eye layer 56 Enter 57 Dose of medicine 58 Jazz singing 59 Sailors 61 Anger 63 the line STUMPED S Call For Answers t or Rotary 9004543535 code 500 minutt
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