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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas H^fikt-Z0itung, New Braunfels. Texas Ballet Folklorico Infantil beginning dancers perform the traditional Polkas from the northern Mexican states From left are Adrian Armendarez Erika Bennett Natalia Carrillo Maria Castro Arturo Armendarez Tai Martinez Ana Armendarez and Michael Anthony Martinez. Not pictured is Julia Juarez Chiapas costumes are worn here by an advanced group including from left Reynaldo Barcenas Yvonne Gonzales Bernice Vas-quez Regina Goforth Center Amssa Figueroa wears a Jaliso costume. Also Denise Figueroa Yvonne Perez Mary Alice Lopez Lisa Gomez and Jonathan Goforth. Not pictured is Michael HernandezBallet Folklorico Infantil dancers to perform at Fiesta With th** mission of continuing tho Mexican dancing tradition and heritage Ballet Folklorico Infantil has t>eeri performing in New Braunfels for at least fixe sears This weekend the young dancers till perform for the Loma! Indepen dent Men s \"mh latino f iesta M«*\ tcana Ballet Folklorico Infantil in 1986 organized as a non profit organization There is a need to carry on the Mexican tradition! heritage and culture to the youth in our com mumty "aid president Janie ‘ion /ale" We are not out to make money we are out to promote our culture and heritage and influence the youth To promote the art Gonzales said the group led by l'« year old Melissa Kanas has grown to about ZZ members ranging in age from 5 to ly We are always seeking more children she said explaining that classes for begin ners and advanced groups are held one e\ening each week at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church from ti to 8pm Ballet Folklorico Infantil provides entertainment for private parties wedding" grand openings bir thdays fund raisers and civic lune tion" Costumes worn by the dancers are authentic Mexican costumes picked out by Gonzales or Kanas and brought back here Clothes worn by the beginner dancers are made by a local seamstress Kaeh costume represents a different state in Mexico and the dancer" perform several dances from each state Ballet Folklorico Infantil dancers will perform from 6 to 7 p rn Satur day and 2 to 3pm Sunday Senate acts on 18 proposals in hour-long session County Agent Growth regulators in small grains By MIKE BAR BOUR Count* E *t*»nsion Agent Xhundant rains .1 mild winter and clear sunny weal tier Atween rains has given much of the lexas small grain crop vigorous growth comb turns 4| 1 h1 in the ab"** nee of severe disease condition" better than average yield potential Keativqh cheap nit roger; prices tf> \«\<r have encouraged manx glower" t app * slightly high* - \ rates than norm.ii These conditions .1    ’.im*? lodging in wheat and bar « \ \s a rub- lcxlg ’ .    ' * ■ * revere ,t short Matured wheats    with g««>*l straw strength Wfrere    we expect most pn*blems wilt lodging is in tall wheats particularly those "urb as MU whit ti i" 11'".'! .» m 1 tuna County witr. weak straw or at at* normally high yield    levels af tnbutable to high rat* "    f N appui a lion coupled w th irrigation or (re quem rainfall Currently then- is only growth regulator tot; grams on the market this s » enure which is marketed tis I mon t art 1* < eroiu is labeled for um in wheat or barley The avine ingre hei • it. 1 **mhh > etheptuHi who' stimu des th* generation of et he <i*    t*\ plant tissues tufter products soul containing ethrphon are Prep ,1* r s um**| as n harvest ani in cotton and I therel whuh is U"* I as a rsj-e: i agent ll fruits and vegetable" < erune is recomnietnkHi only stoa grains with a hrgfi v ie id potential -st 1 h are likely to l>*tg* It .t 1 n*»! entrant i yield I Hit i" ai *•!!« tis* ant Mg ng *nt whu ti t an rest* t t, gh«*r bal V e wa! yields !** > «um t*ette| hart eating conditions and rctfut is! field loss«*s It should not bt ipplied lo ct«*ps untier moist un or salinity sties" or crop" severely infested with rust or other plant diseases Treated plants are three to six m ches shorter than untreated plants wtien applied in a pricier mariner I*er»UM* is known to ielay maturity one to tout days It" effn acy voilie from reducing internode and pedun de lengtfi It i" applied anytime Ut ween flag leaf exet sum t eek" stagt lo fKit shoulti not tx applied aftei any awns are visible I tie lalnded rate of appln at ion i" from <> J * to 0 *0 DERYL CLARK and LESLIE KRIEWALDT makes pictures worth a thousand words in the Harald- Zeitung jxHinds active per at re of half to one pint per acre The one pint rah "houid tw* used only if severe lodging I" expected High rat«*s have f*een known to retluie y leld if conditions do not warrant applications TAMO-386 oat released \ new oat Variety ha" t*een approx ed and the official name is now I \Mo rn This tjii medium maturity oat I" well adapted to south and central leva" TA Mg not have adequate winter hardiness It* perform cunsisteniy north of VS at ti Foundation seed should ti** available tor seed produc Hor. in 1HK7 HH thriHigh Bm* Texas X4M Found.* Hon sf**ti s«*r\ ice ~H«rald-Zritun$ (USPS 377 BOO! Published Sunaa* morning Tuesday Arednevda* Thursday ar 1 Fr.da. afternoon* p, New Braunteiv Herald Publishing Co IS* S CavleH Aye or PO Draw*** )HJ26 Ne* Braynf* s T**»av ’8131 137S second Caw Dov’age pa 3 b* New Braunle y Merad Publishing Co at New, Braunfels Te*as DAV 1 D KR AVF R F cli tor ana Pub! 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Texas 78131 1328 I    I XI MIN AP senator" have blocked debate on a proposal to en courage employee" to complain when thev find umafe working conditions but approved a bill to increase the penalty for anyone who threaten" other" with violence sen Carl Parker got a IT 12 vote Wednesday on his proposal to do away with inhibition" of employees when it comes to complaining about unsafe conditions in the workplace but he needed ly votes to debate the bill Parker I) Port Arthur described the measure as a true whistle blower bill and all it does is pro lect an employee who reports an un "ate condition that they find on the jot) The .senate approved on voice vote a measure increasing the penalty for a terroristic threat from a Has- B misdemeanor to a Glass A misde meanor punishable by one year in jail and a $2 <»w* fine It probably should be a felony but there s no room in our prisons said bill sponsor ( yndi Frier L) San An tonio The senate acting on IM proposals in a session that lasted just over an hour also approved and "ent to the House hills that would Fstablish a task force and child care pilot programs for state employees in three larger cities A previous task force surveyed 1.135 state employ ees and found that one in five had considered quitting their jobs as a result of child care problems Allow the Texas Railroad Commission to assess penalties for viola bons of safety provisions Fstablish a revolving loan fund to upgrade wastewater treatment facilities BRUNER’S sidewalk1 FRIDAY and SATURDAY - 9:30 to 5:30 Savings to 75% • Ladie’s Sportswear.......................Now    50%    to 75% off • Group Junior Swimwear ......................nom    s500 to‘1500 • Group Jewelry................................nom    s200 and 300 • Tex Sheen Nylon Panties.............................Nom    S1M • Cotton Briefs and Bikinis ............................nom    8144 • Exquisite form Strapless Bras ..............  Now    s500 • Entire Stock Table Linens........................nom V2 price • Selected Group Handbag.....................nom    '31'0 and 500 • One Large Group Men’s Sport Shirts..........nom    500 and 810ou • One Group Men’s Dress Shirts ...............Nom    5 'and “IO00 This is only a sample of the many GREAT BU\’S you will find on sidewalk and throughout store....... 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