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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Ballet Folklorico Infantll beginning dancers the traditional Polkas from the nor Mexican From left are Adrian Erika Natalia Maria Artufo Taj Mar Ana Armendarez and Michael Anthony Not pictured is Julia Chiapas costumes are worn here by an ad vanced including from Reynaldo Yvonne Bernice Vas Regina Anissa Figueroa wears a Jaliso Denise Yvonne Mary Alice Lisa Gomez and Jonathan Not pictured is Michael Efel let Folklorico InfantiI dancers to perform at Fiesta With upe mission of continuing the Mexican dancing tradition and ballet Folklorico Infantil Has been performing in New for at least five the young dancers wifl perform for the Comal Indepen dent Mens Association Fiesta Mex Ballet Folklorico Infantil in 1986 organized as a nonprofit There is a need to carry on the Mexican heritage and culture to the youth in our com said president Janie Gon We are not out to make we are out to promote our culture and heritage and influence the To promote the Gonzales said the led by 19yearold Melissa has grown to about 22 members ranging in age from 5 to We are always seeking more she explaining that classes for begin ners and advanced groups are held one evening each week at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church from 6 to 8 Ballet Folklorico Infantil provides entertainment for private grand bir fundraisers and civic func Costumes worn by the dancers are authentic Mexican costumes picked out by Gonzales or Farias and brought back Clothes worn by the beginner dancers are made by a local Each costume represents a dif ferent state in Mexico and the dancers perform several dances from each Ballet FolkJorico Infantil dancers will perform from 6 to 7 Satur day and 2 to 3 County Agent Senate acts on 18 proposals in hourlong session Growth regulators in small grains By MIKE 8ARBOUR County Extension Agent Abundant a mild winter and clear sunny weather between rains has given much of the Texas small grain crop vigorous growth condi tn the absence of severe disease betterlhan average yield potential cheap nitrogen prices this year have encouraged many growers lo apply slightly higher N rates than normal These conditions all favor lodging in wheat and barley As a lodging is not severe In shortstalured wheats with good straw strength Where we expect most problems with lodging is in tall particularly those such as s which is common in Comal with weak straw or at ab normally high yield levels at tributable to high rales of N applica coupled with irrigation or re quent rainfall there is only growth regulator for small grams on the this is Cerone which is marketed by Union Carbide terone is labeled for use in wheat or barley The active ingredient in Cerone is which stimulates the generation of elhelene by plant tissues Other products sold containing ethephon are Prep is used as a harvest aid in and which is used as a ripening agent in fruits and vegetables Cerone is recommended only on small grains 5 with a rugh yield potential which are likely to lodge It will not enhance but is an ef fitlive andlodging wjfueh can result in higher yields o belter conditions and reduced field U should not be applied lo under moisture or saliniu stress or crops severely infested with rusl or other plant diseases Treated plants are three to six in ches shorter than untreated plants applied in a proper manner Cerone is known lo delay niatunU one lo four days Its efficacy com reducing mlernode and pedun cle length U is applied anytime bet ween flag leal exersion Feeks stage 101 bul should not be applied afler any awns are visible The labeled rate of application is from o 25 to o 50 pounds active per acre of half to one pint per acre The onepint rate should be used only if severe lodging is expected High rates have been known to reduce yield if conditions do nol warrant applications TAMO386 oat released A new oat variety has been approv and the official name is now TAMO386 This medium maturity oat is well adapted to south and central TAMO386 does not have adequate winter hardiness to perform consistenly north of Waco Foundation seed should be available for seed production in 1987 88 through the Texas Founda tion Seed Service AUSTIN APi Senators have blocked debate on a proposal to en courage employees to complain when they find unsafe working but approved a bill to increase the penalty for anyone who threatens others with Carl Parker got a 1712 vote Wednesday on his proposal to do away with inhibitions of employees when it comes to complaining about unsafe conditions in the but he needed 19 votes to debate the DPort described the measure as a true whistle blower and all it does is pro tect an employee who reports an un safe condition that they find on the job The Senate approved on voice vote a measure increasing the penalty for a terroristic threat from a Class B misdemeanor to a Class A misde punishable by one year in jail and a It probably should be a but theres no room in our said bill sponsor Cyndi DSan An The acting on 18 proposals in a session that lasted just over an also approved and sent to the House bills that would Establish a task force and child care pilot programs for state employees in three larger A previous task force surveyed state employees and found that one in five had considered quitting their jobs as a result of child care pro Allow the Texas Railroad Com mission to assess penalties for viola tions of safety Establish a revolving loan fund to upgrade wastewater treatment BRUNERS sidewalk1 DERYL CLARK mid LESLIE KRIEWALDT makes pictures worth a thousand words in the Hvrald Zeitung USPS 377800 Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfeis Herald Publishing 186 S Casteli or Drawer New Texas 78131 Second Class postage paid by New BraunJels Herald Publishing at New DAVID KRAMER Editor and Publisher JIM WEBRE Managing Editor DEBORAH LAWRENCE Off ice Manager SANDI HUTTER Retail Advertising Manager CHERYL Oassitied Manager 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