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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 3, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 -W  4C I Sunday, July 24, 2011 | herald-ZEITung.COM  UNION  Continued from page 1C  The>re vv(»re quite a few stx u'fu's siniil.ir h) the llniun until the (IriMt Depression, <K(or(iing lo C'aslil-lo.  "Hut then, pei)f)le were losing |ohs. Th(>y were' (oming in asking tor li('lp lh(‘y could never pay fh(‘ nion(>y h.u k," h<’ s.ud.  As a result, not all ot the so( i-efies lasl('(l. But some, in( lufling the Union, pi'rs(‘v('re(l.  lodav, so( ieti(*s exist m New l^r<uint(‘ls, Seguin, Marion, S( hertz ( ibolo, Rohstovvn .uid ( orpus ( hristi.  I he Union h.is al)out 1 tanii-i\ niernlx’rs, said treasurer ( hris-tine ( aniar(’no, wlios(‘ niom and dad h('loiig('d lo lh(‘ organization Tliougf) ( amareiio lieiongs lo this longstanding so( ie!y, she .ilso r(>p resents .i p.irt with tradition. I )p until about 12 vc.irs ,igo, board )osifions u(’r(' tilli'd e\( lusivi'lv )\ ni(*n ( aniaren(> Is now serving her s('( ond term as tr(>asurer  Ilie Union's tinaiK i.il pi,in is I.nr l\ sim[)i(‘. Members pa\ at)oul per montli. When .) mernlx'r p.tss es on, other memb('rs ,ue notitied b\ mail.  Ihe\ .tre notitu'd b\ m,ul ol ,\ membei s p.issing ,uid lo send m tlieir SI") it IS what we refer to as llieir detuiH ion Usually, most m('mbers have alread\ he.ird ot anoth('r member s p.issmg b\ tfie time lh('\ re( (>i\(‘ the notu e in the m.iil,' ( .un.iren«> s.ud the mem ber s IxMieiii iar\ km eives a $?,”)()() .illntted .imouni ( )ur moru'X is aluavs going b,i( k in. It is rot.tting all th(' time We have a s('par.ite tuni-ral tund We have .mother spe ( i,ii sep,n,ile a< • <iiint f(»i ( »ur ()per .itioiis supplies postage that \\(* Itperale ikun pl.ile sales and lat  ties "  ■\s s()(m as ( amareiiii is ( (m tai ted b\ a memlx'r, sh<' ( .m get I he S    allotment to a member  I don t ( .ire lit)v\ miK li invui aiH e \ ( Ml h.n e \ ou need i ash  Rioto sutmiittRd  The Union Funebre de Padres Familiares has about 235 members. They gathered in April to celebrale the organization's 90th anniversary and to honor those members age 90 and older  rnon(>y," she said “You neeri it to )ay the ( hurc h. You ne(*d it for th(' )uri.il ilirt. You ne(>d it tor the ( losing You need ( ash money."  Dora Molina's husl)and, ( lu.idalupe, [lassed away .ibout 10 years ago jusi Ix'tore ( liristmas, ( \i»n though Dora had Ivvo (htler-(Mit msur.uH (' polli ies, she said it look months lor lh(> t ompanies to p,i\. Belonging lo th(^ Union m.uk' a big dilt('r('n( (' lor h(’r î.imily, rh(' d,)\ you los(‘ vour loved one, th('\ .irc' .ibl(> to p<iy you." she s.iys, "My husb.ind wanted my t.tmily to h.iví» ,i good ( hrislmas. He wanted a Ix'.uitituI ( hrisim.is lor th(‘ gr.indkids And we difl have one bc( .uis(> ot th('s(' biMulilul p(‘op|(v"  Ihe iVUilinas li.id signc'd up tor the Union .»Iter le.irnmg .iboul it Itom Iriends. " Jhe m.iin ri'ason we joiiu'd Is be( ause it re.ilK helpt'd I iispanu pc'ople she said.  \U'ml)eiship Is open to an\one I H .is long .ts th('\ ,ir(’ not under < iirieni ( an( er Ire.ilmenI r>f di.iKsis, Iheie aic spec lal pro\ i sions lot prospc(li\e mi'iiibers .iges f,(, "lì,  lh(‘ [ hnon is a legisieted, non-protil org.inizalion lh.il also aw.irds ve.iiK s( hol.irships to seniors at \ev\ l^r.itinleis and ( aii\on high  s( hools (M( h year As a non-profit group, the Union also donates to the S.O.S. FoofI Bank and gives l).i( k to the (ommunity in other ways.  In April, th(‘ Union (('lebraled its 10 members ag(> ‘H) and above with a spe< iai ('vent. ( astillo is fioping the so( if’ty will ( ontinue to return to some ot its earlier tr.uli-tions of l.irge social events wh(m members visit on a more' regular li.isis.  Some ol the (>arlier stones indi-< ale meml)ers would gather at tlu' lairgrounds for d.uK ('s .ind regul.ir gel logelhi'rs. ( aslillo is making it his mission to bring l).i( k social events so (>vervon(> c <ui g(‘l to know' e.H h other ,igain. Board m('mb(‘rs also want lo m.ike snrc' the Union is not lorgollen and th.il lh(' tradition ot this so( it'ly s|,»ys aliv('.  'We w.mt lo g(*l tfi(' word out lo \oungei mi'mbers," ( ,un.ir<'no said  Kighi now, our voungest ( oupk' IS m tlieii iOs ( hildien .ire c ov er(Ml up lo age I 8 or up lo age 2 I It llu'v .ue in (()llege oi in the mil-il,u\. We ( over singles or tami-  lies,"  1 or inlormalion, ( all UD ()4 5-I I n.  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'' Ki/'~ic^ 1    Printed  Cotton  Duck  30"“ Off      Polyester Satin  ■ HW 11 ïliTlC '.Min '.OLID'»  2.99    Ribbon Orsanizer Box  4.99      I', I -1 1(1 1 v(RYt)AT 1 < ;VV    OUR ^VkRTDAY  I < >W /    CJUK f Vf HÍDAY LOW «V*# P'íÜ     Gingham  ' f'oi f/( onoN (4II K.fIAM c.hk ► s  • 4S Wlt>i  • ASS( »RllD COI  3.49  fVtRYOAY low 4‘/‘> P rl)  Astronomers listen for a call from ‘E.T’  lKJf.4 HAY VAR f rC) Pf-f KIlHlttD HIM '.Aii    ^40! AVAIlABi f OUI (NI  NEW BRAUNFELS  1-35 Exit 187 SELMA: Forum Shopping Center STORE HOURS;  9-8 MONDAY-SATURDAY CLOSED SUNDAY  Tht wm«RM«thod»f Cêkê DfCOfâtin«  It might give* you goose bumps.  "It's a thrill/' Yvette Ck*n-fk*s writes in Astri)nomy, "to stand in the sh<ulow of the Allen Telescope Array knowing that someday you might tell your grande hil-dren you were there."  "The reason; 42 matching radio te!es( o()es silently scan the sky across millions of frequencies in a (juest to find signals from (ivili/ations elsc'where in the galaxy."  Cendes said, "The sear( h for extraterrestrial intelii-»ence (SFTI) (ould finally )ear fruit al the ATA. Of course, the long*awaik*d signal might f>e yc'ars in the future if it (omc‘s al all — hut who's to say f .T. won't phon(’ tomorrowi*"  Th(' array of leles( ope dishes is, she said, "a ¡oint [)rojc\I ot St n and the IJni-v(‘rsity of (\ilifornia, Bi'rke-l(’V, and located five hours' drive north of S,m PraiK is( o at th(' I lat ( reek Radio ()bs(>rva!ory. Hul this array IS just ihe firsi |)has(» of a much larger inslrumf>nl lhat sonK'day will hoasl iSO U'l-  ('S( 0[)('S.  "Tfi(* array's uni(|ue d(>sign allows radio  LARRY PRATT  Columnist Larry Pratt is  a member ol the New Braunfels Astronomy Glut)  astronomers to (onduct wide-fi(‘ld sky surveys and Sf Tl sc'arr hes simultan(H)us-ly for the first time."  Walk-in tours of the ATA are available from 0 a.m. to i p.m. Monday to F riday during sumrner. Tours in( lud(' seeing the arrays and visiting the control room.  TONK.HT'S SKY: If t T  does "(.ill" sonn'day, the sound might come out of our Milky Way's starlit dust lanc'.  It's in our ('astern sky now, aiK hor('d to our left by ( .issio )eia's "W" and on th(’ rig It by Sagilt.irius and S( orpius.  ■ hof iritoifnotiofi nbostfono iiiy@qirv'iil f.otri  New book takes on zero tolerance fervor  NfVVVORKiAPl- fligh-lech surveillaiK (>. Mf'lal (lct(H lor'^. Zero tolcriiiK (> lor, well, )us| about aii\ l),id Ix’havior, re.1l or ov(>rblowii,  W('l( ome to 1 o( kdown I ligh," lh(‘ title ol ,1 svvfi ‘ping new t)ook b\ journ.ilist Anriettc I uc'nlcs, (k‘s( ribing how lh(‘ s( hoollioiisi' has IxH oinc .1 lailhouse ,ind Ic.ir prevails.  Dating to Ron.ild R(*a-gan's w.ir on drugs lauiK h('d iKMrk lhre(> dtH .id('s ,igo, fueled bv ( ampus sIkh)liiigs .ind tfie ') l I U'rrorist .iliac ks, "prt'o( ( upation witli sc( ti rity .Hid violeiK (> arc p.irlu -ularK a( ul(* wtu'ii it ( omes to children .ind le('n,ig(>rs," she writ(‘s.  But .1 par.idox (‘\is|s,  I ui'nies argui's, and it goes like this; "( liildren arc ( ( in-si(k*re(l both |)ot('nliiil vk-lims, vulnerabk* lo d.ingers Irom cv('ry ( oriier, .ind [)er-pi'tr.itors ol gre.it violend' and in.iyheiii, dem.iiiding strict, preventivi* dis( ipliiK'."  Alter the trag('dv .it { olumbine I ligh, whcrc' two stu(k‘nls tatalK shot I 5 |)(>o-)le and thenis(‘lvc‘s, \outh )CH .imc' Publii I iKMiiv No. I and tlu* "( nmin.ili/ing Ircrids in juvenile justu e th.it w(>r(* swirling in th(‘ I4‘)()s w(‘re by then tlooding into ¡niblii schools." It ( aine, iroiiK ally, at a time when s( hool vio-Umk (' .ind juv('nil(‘ < rime  h.id .i( III.illy b('gun to sub-S|<k>, f u('iit(‘s writes.  Sh(’ d(>di( ales ,in entire ( hapti'r to ( olumbine, whi( 1) o[)t('d not to insilili mcl.il (!(>U‘( tors or turn itself into .1 lortress .illf'r the c .im-pus r,imp,ig(‘.  " IIk' ( olumbine s( en.irio IS t(»rril\ mg, but iIk' odds of It o( ( urring in \our honu'-lown are ,iboul oik* hi two million " I uenl(‘s notf's The l)iggt'r problem, s(ic w rites, is an epid(Mnic ot susp('nsions lor dis( re-lionaix rf'asons,' unri'I.iU'd to si'rious ( rim(*s hke w(*.i[)ons |)oss('ssion.  These suspensions,  I uenles ( onU'nds, have be( ome an easy v\a\ to s(|ue(ve out iow-.icliieving kids amid the pii'ssures of high-st.ik(*s h'sting m St hools  In .mother (li,ipt(>r,  I u(>ntes highlights a g.iggle ol "proliU*ers" looking to mak(‘ nioiK'v liom sc Ik >oIs bv [K'ddling (>v('rylhing Irom identilK.ilion s\stems like iiidio tie(|ueii( \ tags .ind retin.il s( annc'rs to bac k-ground (he(ks .igainsi sex-oltend('i lists.  In iIk' last decade, the U.S. security industr\ has in( reasing|y t.irgi'ted public sc hools .IS a "vast, ri(h mar-k(‘t tor Its hardw.ir(* and software, products <ind service's," she writi's.  SUDOKÜ  I )llli( ull\ . 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