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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2005 BURN~ BULLETIN PAGE 9A Continued from Page 1A handbook, the district's dress code is established to teach ments for alcohol or tobacco; excessively loose or baggy school hours. If a student should not Continued from Page 1A the county needed to look into the possibility of utiliz- said. As it was a point of con- tention for commissioners that urine had been noted on the autopsy of a body that had previously been ment on the commission- er's inquiry. While she was hesitant to discuss the autopsy in this case, she did say that she had never had trouble grooming and hygiene, instill discipline, prevent disrup- tion, avoid safety hazards and teach respect for authority. Anything not specifically listed in the itemized section of the handbook may fall into the category of a distraction. It is dearly stressed in this handout to students and par- ents alike, those items of clothing, jewelry or grooming habits, which are extreme enough to disrupt the normal routine of the school, shall be deemed inappropriate. Not surprisingly, the final decision on what is or is not appropriate rests with the administration of the cam- pUS. Some examples of stan- dards listed are as follows: Male students must be clean shaven, although neat- ly trimmed mustaches are permitted. Skirts or other split garments should gener- ally be mid-thigh in length. Shirts that are designed to be tucked in must be tucked in. Pants must be worn at the waist of a student, not sag- ging below it. Some items that find them- selves on the unapproved list include: Hats, caps and bandanas; tank tops or low cut clothing that shows the underarms; crop tops or shirts that expose a bare midriff, body-piercing jewelry other than earrings; chains, such as wallet chains or dog collars; distracting unnatural hair colors, such as pink, green or purple; obscene or provocative slogans or pic- tures on clothing or advertise- clothing; see-through or turn offtheir phone (or pager) ing alternative sources for embalmed, attempts were with that office before. excessively tight and have it taken away from these services. He said these made to discover the feasibil- "In 15 years, I've never clothing, such as spandex; any them on campus, there willtypes of discrepancies left ity of this finding, questioned any of their article deemed to be gang- be a $15 fee to get it back. some doubt about the entire Putnam Funeral Home in autopsies," Simon stated. related by the administra- "We view them as a peten- autopsy. Kingsland handled Davis' It was Simon, however, tion; cutoff shorts or shorts tial distraction during the "We think that the Travis funeral services. Directorwho eventually questioned without a hem; earrings on day, so we want them off,"County M.E.'s office may not Chris Putnam said in a tele- certain aspects of the orig- male students. Spinn said. have actually performed the phone interview on Tuesdayinal autopsy, such as a If a determination is made He added that T-shirts autopsy," Kithil said. that it was hard to say either lack of soot in the lungs of by the principal that a stu- with inappropriate messages After some discussion way. a person that had suppos- dents dress or grooming vio- or sexual innuendo seem towhether or not any action Regarding the possibili- edly died in a car fire, lates the dress code, that stu- be the biggest dress code dis- could be taken to request a ty of presence of fluids leading investigators to dent will get the opportunity traction faced by the staff of refund from Travis County after embalming he said believe that the body in to address the problem at the school campus, under the agenda item being he could not be certain, question was not that of school. "I m really to the point discussed, it was suggested "We just do the best job Daniels. Failure to correct the where I feel sorry for theby County Attorney Eddie we can of thoroughly An amended version of problem on campus will parents," Spinn sympa- Arredondo a letter to Travis removing as much of the the autopsy, issued in cause the student to be sub- thized. "They're being County would be the most fluids as we can," he said. January, stated the ject to discipline, as deemed bombarded and their kids prudent way to proceed forJustice of the Peace remains were those of an appropriate by the adminis- are being bombarded." now. Peggy Simon, who autho- "unidentified human," not tration. Embedded images and ' 'hey've got some seriousrized the autopsy, was Clayton Wayne Daniels, as One other item that will be innuendo have become the explaining to do," Arredondo reached Monday for com- in the original. regulated is cell phones, norm, according to Spinn,[ UCTIOr [ While the district realizes himself the father of a that for after school extra cur- sixth-grader. ricular activities, students "It really leaves parents carry ften one,needit dis toph ne;be turnedif theYoff lurch,and thetryingSChoOlto sortin thisthe I Bobcat Welder NT250 - 180 Hrs. Lincoln Welder 250 on trailer ] and put away during regular all out," he said. I JD 755 w/belly mower Massy Harris 30 JD Grain Drill I I Tow Motor Forklift 28' x 102' Van Trailer a Lazer Level I I Steam Cleaner Gas Air Compressor Cat claw BathtubI I Rock Water Fountain EIc. Cement Mixer 8300 JD Drill 21-7 | I Gayle Forklift Tractor Models Old & New Tools 100 School Desk | I 1 112 Ton Ford Flatbed Truck Old Oak Desk Folding Tables | I Sand Blaster EIc. Vise 2 Flat Carts [ I Bench Grinders Chain Saw Dishes Socket Sets | I 3 Dining Room Suits EIc. Chain Hoist Chains & Bomers I I Impact Wrenches Bobcat Skid Loader 753 Nail Guns I I Misc. Lumber 3 Gas Fish Cookers | I ,uc. I I Saturday, Aug. 13, 10:OO a.m. I I 910 East Fourth Street I I Lampasas I I Ricky Smith #1 O31 9TXL i B N H Owned g*ll Dennis Baker, LNFA ~',~m~v.~ Administrator R O. Box 1615 540 Hwy. 29 East Phone: 512-355-2116 Bertram, Texas 78605 Fax: 512-355-2092 DAIRY QUEEN 502 S. Water, Burnet, Tx 756-2161 BURNET ANTIQUE MALL A Multi-Dealer Mall Antiques Collectibles Books Vintage Clothing Quilts Furniture Costume Jewelry China and Much More/ 206 S. 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MaC, de Falls, 830-693-5241 HOOVER VALLEY BAPTIST 8320 Cmmty Read 116 Darner, 512-756-7313 IGLESIA BAUTISTA EMANUEL 4000 W. FM 243 Damam, 512-355-3722 LAKE HILLS BAPTIST 2400 Commerce St Mmble Falls, 830-798-0602 NORTHSIDE BAPTIST 193 Slmdy G~ Rd. Darnel 512-756-2294 PEDERNALES VALLEY BAPTIST 22800 State Hwy. 71 W. Spicewand. 512-264-1794 PRIMERA IGLESIA BAUSTISTA 3406 Prairie Creek Rd. MaCele Falls, 830-596-8745 SPICEWOOD BAPTIST 7903 County Read 404 Spicewand. 830-693-4782 ST. FREDERICK BAP11ST 301 Avenue N Mmble Falls, 830-693-4499 VICTORY BAPTIST 607 E Wa~iqtm Burnet. 512-756-0942 BIBLE BUiRNET BIBLE 903 S. Hwy. 281 Bunvet, 512-756-0024 HOLY CROSS CATHOUC 520 E State Hwy. 29 Damam, 512-355-2972 OUR MOTHER OF SORROWS CATHOLIC 507 Buchanan Dr. Burn~ 512-756-4410 ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC 105 Hwy. 1431 MatSle Fails, 930-693-5134 ST. PAUL THE APOSTLE CHAPEL 201 Dalton fichi H0r~lm Bay. 830-598-8342 CHRISTIAN RRST CHRISTIAN, DISCIPLES OF CHRIST 204 F Glaves St BumeL 512-756-2223 FIRST CHRISTIAN. DISCIPLES OF CHRIST 410 N. West Berbam. 512-355-2570 CHURCH OF CHRIST BURNET CHURCH OF CHRIST S.U.S. Hwy, 281. Burner 512-856-1153 CHUBCH OF CHRIST 301 6th St Spicewood. 512-693-2281 CHURCH OF CHRIST 535 N.W St. Bmmm. 512-355-2322 CHORCR OF CHRIST 112 ~aode @ RUl243 Berbam. 512-486-2346 CHURCH OF CHRIST 71t Broadway St Mmble Falls, 830-693-5575 CHURCH OF CHRIST 102 S. Vandenma St Bumet, 512-756-2253 CHURCH OF CHRIST 901 Lillian Dean Buchanan Dam, 512-793-2123 CHURCH OF CHRIST OAKS WEST Oak& 1st Burner, 512-756-4493 HIGHWAY CHURCH OF CHRIST Hwy.71 Spicewood, 512-603-4260 HIGHLAND LAKES CHURCH OF CHRIST RR 1431 West Kingsiaod, 325-388-6769 IGLESiA DE CRISTO 805 Aveaue 6 Mmbhi Falls. 830-693-5272 JOHNSON CITY CHURCH OF CHRIST 200 S.Live Oek Jdmsan ffdy. 830-666-9911 SMITHWICK CHURCH OF CHRIST Madzle Fah, 830-693-2141 TRAVIS PEAK CHURCH OF CHRIST Singlem Rd. Mmble FaOs. 512-267-4388 B~COPAL CHURCH OF WIPHANY Wood & Lamon St Burner. 512-756-2334 EPISCOPAL ST. LUKE'S I~ISCOPAL Madde Fails, 830-625-9001 I.I~Nr~COPAL Hwy. 1431 & Avenne D Man~le Falls, 830-693-2822 LUTHERAN RRST LUTHERAN 133 Apollo Dr, Darnel 512-756-2967 GENESIS LUTHERAN, LCMS 15946 E. Hwy. 29 Buchanan Dam. 512-793-6800 LIVING WORD LUTHERAN 1403 N. Hwy.281 N. Mmble Falls, 512-809-8566 ST. 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