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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 14, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas MARKETPLACE 651 BUSINESS LP IH35 S 830-625-4400 ♦ FOOTLOOSE PG1Î Uk41»A05 4:30 7:05 I9;2S ♦THETHING R i1U5il;25 4:40 7:25 19:35] ♦ REAL STEEL po-i3 (11:351 2:10 4:45 7:20 DREAM HOUSE pg i3 ai;4iL2:.00 4:20 I9:i01.^ WHAT'S YOUR NUMBER R 111:5512:15 4,357:25 I9:35J DOLPHIN TALE pg-ij 111:4012:00 4:25 7,0019:201 ABDUCTION PG13 (11:5012:15 4:357:15 19:30] MONEYBALL pg-13 111:351 2:10 4:45 7:20 . WARRIOR PG-13 111:351.2:30 7:00 CONTAGION PG-13 111;5§I1:20 4:40 7:15 [9:30] THE HELP PG13 (11:3012:20 €: 55 ♦ No Passés / Supersavers ( ) No early shows Mpri Fn [ j No late shows Sun Thurs OKtoberfest Polka Music Germania Farmer Verein Anhalt, Texas Sunday Oct 16tm Noon TILL 10PM Free Parkin Most states to to‘No Waiver GfMtSCHTIR CHO« H»BIIIONte 12- iPM Seven Dutchmen 1-5 PM Ben HalL Between Banos Billy Mata 6-10 PM Al I von CAN r AT Mf At $B ANHALT HALL ANHALT, TX ' I A'lfiiis',' ■ 111 Arln>i .iflp' II M www.texascinema.com X From San Antonio: Hwy 281 N to Hwy 46. Turn Lett. 4 1 Mi to Anhalt Rd & See Signs 830-438-2873 HTTI»:// WWW.ANHALTMAl.L.COM HERALD.ZEITUNG.COM Lm Cmco§ ----:anca«« I 1310 Cnminon St WcwBr»i.nff!î 1X^8130 830 G24 8770 lOSCUCQSCOm WASHtNQTON(AP) A m.ijofily of st.ites intend to t.ik(‘ President BcVMtk ()l),im.t Ilf) on his otii'r lo k't them get around un|M)pi]|.ir riHiutri’menfs in th(’ "No ( hild I (‘ft Behind" ('diK .ifioTi l,nv, the f diu <i-tion Deparlnient s,nd I hursd.iv. Oh.ini.i s.iid l.isl month h(' vVcTs trustr.ited th«it (On-gress didn't .k I to (li.inge the l.nv tfi.vt he has s.vid is tl.ivved, so ht' was moving torw.ird will) .in ('itort to l(vt (|u.ilitying states ( ir-(umvt'nt it. His [)l,in allows stat(>s to s( ra|) .1 k(‘y re(|uirement th<vt .ill ( hildren show th('y .ire |)foti( i('iit in re.iding .ind ni.itli ()v JO 14. Fo (jualitv, the st.jtes must submit ,i plan showing how thev will mc'et (('rtain re(|uirements su( h ,is en.Kting standards to preji.ire students tor (ol-lege .ind testing lor those stand.irds, .tnd by m.iking teac hers more a( c ountal)le by setting guidelines on evaluations. The Fflucation [lepart-ni('nt says 17 st.it('s, [)lus the tOistrii I of (olUmbia and Puerto Ric o, hav(‘ notified the ag(MKy that they intend to submit a plan to get a waiv(*r .iround tli(' law. S(>venfe('n st.ites h.ive said th('y will submit a plan by Nov. 14, which means it will b(‘ r('vie\v('d in Dec ember .tnd could be ('n.icted .is soon as e.irly nc'xt yc'.ir, Whili' the op|)ortunity to .i|)[)ly for a waivc'r w.is warmly r('c eivc'd m m.iny states, some ottic iais se(' th(‘ rc'cjuiremi'nts to get .i waiver .is intrusive or expensive to impk’mc'nt. ( alilornia, New York, Pennsylvania <ind Tt'xas .ind w(‘r(> among the st.itcs that didn't fik' .i notic e ot intention by a deadline VVednc'sday — .vlthough thc'y still could apply for still weighing its options. Tc'xas has not adopted a waivc'r later. in Tc'xas, Debliie Rat-c iiffe, the spokeswoman for the Texas Fduc afion Agenc y^ said thc’ state was s opti adoj what is known as the ( ommon ( ore st.indards, a uniform national stan-d.ird of wh.it high sc hool students should know wIkmi thc'y graduate from high school. Bec.iusc' of th.it, Tc’xas i ckj( ation ( om missioner RobcTt Sc ott has expressed (On( ('rn that it could be a more* arduous t.vsk for the stat(‘ to prove it h.is .idopted "( ()ll('g(‘' and c arcH'r-re.idy standards'" th.it is a re()Liir(’ment for .i st.it(' to gc'l a waivt'r, Rat c lifte said. Rate lifte said S( ott has also exprc'ssed ( c>nc ern that the st.ite woiild find itself in the [Misition of h.iv-ing the fc’ck'r.il gov('rnmc'nt (ontrolling what teac hc'rs te.u h in their c lassrooms. Bastrop $850K to help with fire cleanup BASTBOP(AP) Tht' Dallas-based Me.id ows roundation .mnouni ed Thursday it's donating $8S(),000 to help Ihe B.is trop C ounty ar(*a r(‘c over from wildfires that burned SO sc|uare milc’S last month, Inc luding most ol the popu lar Bastrop State Park. Wildfir('s that Ix'g.in I .ibor l),iy wec'keniil in th(> .ire.i about 50 mile's east ot Austin d('stroyed .it le.ist 1 ,'SOO hoiiK's and left two |)eople dead. led by gusty winds, tem peratures well into the 100s and no signitu .int i.iin lot mu( h ot the yc'.ir, the w.ill ol flames ovi'rwhelmed initi.il firelighting ('ttC)rts and swept into th(' p.irk whu h .irinual ty draws .iboul lf)0,000 pc*o|)k*. The' S,‘»0() a( re p.irk's sig naturi' "I osi Pints" were dc‘strt)yed but I ^ ( .iliins, built during the l‘) U)s bv the ( ivilian ( onserv.ition ( orps, w (>re savi'd. HAPPY HOUR Sfieaa£i IV; ndav & îüssday AH clay lia^ Han' 8pir SOPER BOWL CATERING DRAWING Enter Your Receipt for Chance to Win A SUPER BOWL SUNDAY FAJITA FIESTA CATERING FOR 20 PEOPLE AT YOUR HOUSE DRAWING WILL BE HELD 2 WEEKS BEFORE THE SUPER BOWL Central Texas Health Researchi is looking for volunteers 18 years and older to participate in a study of an investigational medication to treat asthma. It you qualify tor this study, you may receive at no cost to you: • Study related physicol exams and laboratory tests • Investigational medication or placebo • Compensation for your time and travel up to $ U 50.00 If interested, please call: (830) 609-0900 Saturday, October 15 at 7:00pm Starplex Cinema - Creekside 14 in New Braunfels Look for an Oakwood representative in the lobby at the theater to get your free armband to attend the movie. Limited number of armbands available and will be given out on a first come first served basis. This FREE MOVIE NIGHT is sponsored by Oakwood Baptist Church If you are a past or current smoker who suffers from COPD, you may be eligible for a clinical research study. For more information, call (830) 609-0900
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