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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 12, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Hermki-Zeitung New Braunfels Texas Thursday March 12.1967 Pages Basics' stress may be wrong approach NEW YORK (AP) — School reforms that stress only ‘ basics” have missed the problem for the many youngsters who lack reasoning and literacy •kills needed for job success, according to a report released today Recent reforms like the stress on homework have helped ease the problem, according to the report. Learning to Be Literate In America It said that youngsters who did two hours or more of homework per day tended to have higher basic reading and writing abilities than those who did less Teachers are demanding more essays and reports as a way to increase reasoning skills But that reform, part of the “back to basics” thrust of the 1970s and 1980s, did not produce the hoped-for results, because teachers tended to stress the mechanics of writing, but often neglected the reasoning and subject matter behind it. the report said "American business needs workers who not only are proficient in the basic skills, but who know how to think and can communicate what they’re thinking,” David T Keams, chairman and chief executive officer of Xerox Corp., said in a foreword to the report —"We’re saying that we all have to work together There s a strong conviction that schools will do whatever we tell them to Most recently, we said everyone should be stronger in the basics, and they did that,” said Archie LaPointe NAEF ex ecutive director While nearly all young people can understand what they read and express ideas on a surface level, “far too many of our young people appear to lack effective thinking skills," the report said "Unfortunately, this report confirms what many of us in business have known for some time, ” said Keams "The basic skills of our entry-level workers are simply not good enough to give us the kind of work force we need to compete in a fiercely competitive global market This is no less than a survival issue for America ' ’ Lake Dunlap Trotline By CAROL ANN AVERY Correspondent The Ladies Auxiliary of the Lake Dunlap Volunteer Fire Department conducted its mon thly business meeting this past Monday in the home of Ruby Mills Twelve members were pre sent Items discussed included the garage sale the upcoming Easter bake sale Friday night fund raising suppers at the Riverbend Clubhouse and live flowers and plants for the next garage sale set for April At the LDVKD business meeting held Tuesday evening the following new members were voted in Chuck Burgess Merman Hanks Kamey Kane arni James C Finder Vandalism to the station was discussed and having the damaged doors repaired Drills are held every Tuesday evening at the fire station and al) interested parties are welcome to attend Last weekend s garage sale went very well for the LDFVD, many customers were surprised at the good bargains available Many new donations were accepted also The LOVED s Spring newsletter will be delivered with your Herald Zeitung this Sunday Hope everyone will read and respond to the reports as they have in the past Your continued support fire department is needed and ap predated The pump ordered for the tanker was shipped to the wrong citv and should arrive soon Good firefighting equipment great deal of money costs a Assistant Chief Ken Jordan re quests more information on insurance savings if fire hydrants were placed within 500 feet of your house Jordan plans a detailed report at the next meeting Tuesday evening If you have insurance savings information please contact him at 629-19.15 Elsie Paredez is leaving soon for a vacation in Las Vegas William Chopper Morgan had his ankle broken when a hydraulic cy linder fell on him at work He is home recuperating lf you have information for the Trotline bring it by the Herald Zeitung office at 186 S i astell or call 625 9144 Cancer Society gives Fresh Start The Comal Unit of the American Cancer Society, in conjunction with the Community Education Program will be sponsoring a free FreshStart Smoking Cessation Clinic begin March 24 The clinic sessions will be held on Tuesdays March 24 March 31. and April 7 from 7:30 to 9 JO p m at the McKenna Memorial Hospital Garza Street classroom The FreshStart program is design ed to help participants stop smoking by providing them with the informa tion and strategies needed to direct their energies toward stopping the smoking habit FreshStart is a free program cor. sisting of three two-hour sessions held over a threeweek period Par ticipants are led by a trained facilitator through the three sessions More than 33 million former smokers can testify that smokers can quit smoking, say Cancer Society spokesmen For more information and to register contact the New Braunfels Community Education office at 620 6200 Although the program is free of charge donations to the American Camer Society would be appreciated Anti-hazing bill clears state senate AUSTIN (API - The Senate alarmed by a growing trend of "Ramboism” on Texas college campuses, has passed a bill that bans hazing and provides stiff penalties for violations "I don't know what it is whether it is a cycle of Ramboism,’ machismo or whatever. we have to change it now,’ Sen Gonzalo Barrientos said Wednes day before his bill won Senate approval In the past nine years 40 young people have died in hazing incidents in the United States but the Texas hazing law has not been changed since 1937 he said He said his bill redefines haz mg — tightens up the definition — cuts out the loopholes and increases the penalties from a slap on the hand’’ to fines and jail time Barrientos. D-Austin, said he began thinking about the hazing issue two years ago after a Texas AAM University student died after doing calisthenics Last year a University of Texas student died of alcohol poisoning Barrientos bill. which was sent to the House on voice vote, increases the penalties for individuals who commit hazing from the current maximum of $250 and 90 days in jail to a maximum fine of SI OOO and 180 days in jail if there is no serious bode Iv injury If there is serious bodily injury the penalties would be a fine of up to $5,000 and a jail term of one year If the offense results in a death, the maximum penalty would be a fine of $10,000 and a jail term of two years An organization could be punished if it condoned or encouraged hazing or it one of its members, pledges or alumni committed or assisted in hazing "It is not a defense to prosecution of an offense that the person against whom the hazing was directed consented to or acquiesced in the hazing activity.” the bill states The measure would require colleges to distribute on campus each semester a summary of the proposed hazing law In other action, the Senate approved a bill that would eliminate the one-year time restriction currently placed on foreign exchange teachers Sponsor Carl Parker. 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