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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Happy birthday Nsw tews March Memorial Primary Sehddi on eeunty Line Read eeiebrafeef Its ftrsf birthday Friday with a daylong barrage el balloon Af Nanette a first grade teaeher at the yearaid Corrals her students before ail the first grade classes released their a group of anx ious first graders watches as their balloons disappear into the make sufe they have the they Proposed Laffiar additlofts include two preklftdefgaften and purpose facility with a and a computer lab in a portion ot the pfe setit Plans also call for in stalling sinks in each of the present klfidef gafteti classrooms and remov ing the stage in the present cafeteria in order to expand that Simpson said earlier today that without the proposed four new she might have to place One class Off that schools stage and another in the She said plac ing classes in those places would not be good for the Simpson looking at the situa tion as a parent as well as an ad she wants to avoid put ting students on the stage or closing off the library to other students because its such a magical 1 think the fact that we would have to add tws new teadtgrs year and fight wg ddfit have any place to put is something people will she giffipssfl said the4 scHeel district did anticipate growth in the new it just wasnt anticipated that we would grow at this she NBiSD changed plans during Memorials construction 16 add four more We really thought with the growth rate that that would hold she Memorial will add one more kindergarten teacher and another se cond grade teacher to the faculty next The two new teachers will not necessarily go into the new Simpson said classes will be rearranged next fall to allow us to put our children in a more ap propriate learning One of the transitional classes will be moved to a new kindergarten class to buy us an extra year of Simpson She added she expects the classrooms to be completed by Edwards Aquifer display now at libary By private groups Man has historically established his home and community areas where there is an abundant supply of LESLIE Photographer Stocks NEW YORK Morning s JC AMR Dod Amer Amerilech AMI Am NwMx Amer Co BellAtlan Co Beth Ent C her Chrysler Coast OocaOola Inc s Coml lust DtgilalEq Util Dress Corp KM s FederatCo Cp FordMot CiAF GTE Corp ris UenMiUs Jen YC he Gixxlrich M Gull n hnH HolKlayOp 37 It al Gainers 4 to 3 Stocl IBM Inl 4 626 u J o n n i K 42 mllllC Kroger s Street General 3v at 79 Miurp back a over ad half Motorola j 21 35 H 32 72 23 Parks panel agrees to ban live music in Landa Park By DAVID MAY Staff Writer New Braunfels Parks and Recrea tion Advisory Board this week agreed to ban live music by private groups renting the dance slab at Lan da The board also stipulated that the slab with not be rented out as separate picnic space The move by the board Tuesday was designed to control crowd and parking problems at the The dance slab can be rented by itself or in conjunction with designated picnic AP The stock d higher today with s shares setting the The Dow Jones average of 30 in 7 03 to 55 in the f trading numbered losers by he overall tally ot New xchangelisted 54 and 472 un Volume on the Big Board came to 42 million shares as of 10 am on ll Street General Motors led the active 3 s at 79 4 following word from the mpany late Tuesday that it plans to y back as much as 20 percent of its ock over the next four years GMs advance accounted for more of Uie Dow Jones in m iualki at PHQNi SHOPPING CUUI Niw ISO V0 SO and More On Selected Health Aids FrOO TISSUE Pocket Size Super ValuM Register to Win the Big iij Stty tne board Pre recorded amplified through conventional stereo will still be permitted under the new policy and activities such as recreation and wedding parties will still be WTien you have live music there is a whole package to be considered as far as police and Parks Director David Whatley it wouldnt be a good neighbor to residents around the whether you listen to country and western or rock and Even though picnic tables adorn the perimeter of the its use as a separate picnic facility was never in according to The board approved removal of the picnic tables with which the parks department already to be in stalled The uprooted tables will be used to replace wornout tables in sheltered picnic The problems we face is an over crowded Whatley He said reservations for the park taken in January and February already ex ceed those taken in the same period over the last two Man charged with assault on policeman A New Braunfels man was ar rested and charged Tuesday evening with aggravated assault of a police officer after allegedly striking the of ficer with a stick in Comal County jail and charged with felony assault is Hugh of 873 Holly Street Kincaid had not been magislrated as of presslime according to jail Kincaid allegedly struck Patrolman Kevin Stevens with a stick after verbally threatening the officer Three New Braunfels policmen reportedly struggled with the man in order to subdue and hand cuff Stevens and another patrolman responded to a disturbance call at the Holly Street residence at 6 When they they saw a Lewis Otis of 1026 N in the front yard bleeding from a cut on the side of his face from being struck by the mans The upon arrival of verbally threatened the officers to leave According to a police Stevens reportedly followed the man into his residence and was knocked off his feet by a blow to the side of the head by the mans Stevens sustained swell ing just above his according to the The three officers had to carry Kin caid out of residence as he reportedly resisted The spokesman said police have yet to determine the nature of the argument between the two fresh tn South fresh water springs flowing from the Ed wards Aquifer attracted primal man up to years The The Aquifer That Shaped South by Edwards Underground Water is on display at the Dittlinger Memorial 373 Magazine New The exhibit explains the major role the Edwards Aquifer has played in shaping the history of South The Edwards Aquifer is presently the only source of drinking water for the Edwards Aquifer region and the main source for com mercial and recreational The Aquifer That Shaped South Texas allows visitors to learn about the influence the Edwards Aquifer has had on history and continues to have on current water management alternatives and water Visitors to the exhibit can im mediately put water conservation in to practice with free kits which are available at the exhibit as well as in formativebrochures wards and water and a sum mary Regional Water Resource The exhibit will be on display at Dittlinger Memorial Libary until March I Early Lady Haggar Slacks to Size 8 to 18 Colors YOUR CHOICE Spring Our Entire Stock Mens Dress Slacks 8 7 Save f Off The Regular Price On Any Slack in our FREE ALTERATIONS s You Always Get The and Friendly HvraldZeitun USPS 377800 Published Sunday Thursday and Friday 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