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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 15, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Rockets bul ii oui, Page 8ACity cleanup map in Sunday's H-Z New Braunfels /IV I Ll Ll Ll I. rn im m%u) New Braunfels, Texas I wo Sr' Mons, IR Pages Vol 131, No VS mhp    • ft Friday A/ay IS, 1987 95 Cents Stammtisch Traffic mishap IfNl Quality Blind-Made Pf educts Supper! HONS Cli). ANNUAL Din <t Mo Broom & Mop SAU Rain or shim* go by Rip New Braunfels Dions ('Dubs lh nom Mop Sale at tilt* Courtyard <1 center Saturday Historian Agnes Grimm t is ten a txx»k entitled l l anus Mestenas Mustang ria ins a ar pendiurn of interesting histoi ii ... facts anrl such One exerpt fret book states that an enroute to t; Rio Grande the afternoon of VI; 9. 1848 the second day out fro! Corpus Christi an entire teen* of the t niter! St des Anay w a* demoralized by a lone Texas Longhorn trull for afront a h df a hour It seems tire corporal on the right flank of the column sudde frrunrl himself face to face v Uh ti bull We ll offer tiodbits like these every so often in this obi but if you want the rest of t e story as Haul Harvey ;\    **■ Agnes’ hrwrk The'texas Democratic Farts i mailing out instructions on how t become a delegate to the 1‘ikb n tional Convention To ber one a delegate you must vote iii the l‘< Democratic Frimary. file a stair ment of candidacy with the state chair no later than May 2«» pi",ti Forms are available from the stat Democratic Executive Committee 815 Bra/os Ste 200. Austin Tex a 78710. or call «512 478 8748 Also you have to he elected t>\ tip* stat. convention being held in Houston June 17 18 A little flesh pressing and campaigning among** to the state convention never hue Texas will hold a presidential primary in 1988 which it hasn't u past years Descendants of Joseph Columb Jeffers and Susan Ann Casey Jet fers will hold their annual reunion at Canyon Lake Forest Civic Cen' Saturday, June 20. ton? The event has grown considerably in the las* several years, and today include decendants of Joel Casey Chari* Luvisa Ivy Hester Casey. Joseph < Jeffers Sr and his wife Mary. If you know of anyone in »he fan ly. tell them And it you want rn..... information, call Margie Nelson Wall at 15121 884 7748 What do you think about allow ; New Braunfels taverns and othei drinking establishments to May open latere There are some in herent problems, and yet some .et real benefits Let us know hov you feel Chances are good that we will see some more rain before the weekend ends, but who is complaining? A lo poi cent chance of showers tonight with highs today and tomorrow expected in the mid to upper 80 s Humidity will make it seem much wanner Lows tonight in the upper bewith mostly cloudy skies and light and variable southerly winds The Menu CLASSIFIED . .    ?    8B COMICS......... 6    A CROSSWORD........HJA DEAR ABBY...........7A ENTERTAINMENT    7A OPINIONS...........  4    A RELIGIOUS FOCUS    IR SPORTS..............1,9 A *rt * X ■ J* He bv lh the ! road pi ti tor rhino* on reportedly if >f pulled up • ii ti love : into * Storyteller turns tales into tuel tot kids'imaginations By Sarah t sniff vvi if..-I Imagine < quietly leg vibrant wot talking anil story lei Ie i Lamar Soh* Hurst w is in S local schools and fruit expel leu* iii West Field, Ma -and gr ndpai **nt i child by telling I se alway ti you did w it ii kid* and librarian, tin for her skill -.ow children and her telling child, en s imagination is rn “I I cully want agination. ■ ho rely on 11 * I * - v i*u>i youngsters nevei their mind v* hey complain that it s had md i ach other and thee watch ' min I hill kindergarten children sitting ! * ■ 'I,** lh (ii eyes glued lo (lie ,,'i i> tales of tar away lands and lid Hint. I professional d the attention of children at day w Uh ber ability B aludels this week to v isit ve indents a view ot an ancient i renal san* e Hurst, who lives iii learned bet trade Horn her fathei .ho entertained her when sh** was I av al I ei dory -lui u I thought that was what Him t . d y tonner teacher .oi* i I * • liming well known et a, i \ telling goes beyond hei ; .es She travels the country oi n . aint pleading the word that lead r th** children to use their im I tiling that tun many parents » el 11 el tam I hen children and the ■ .et n t .* to v* aialtze images in moo *hoid mow let telev ision he the story lellet they ilor* t 1 alk anyway " leachers u * luldren constantly tell child'    Hat it is important rn r**ad But. Hurst said mosi chiSdten never ce their parents reading W tell children that reading is great and it's useful But. ti **> ne* d to see pimple reading amt tliev *-*-d lo have people read ti* them Besides gi\uig children a chance to cxeici ** llndr mind-, story telling can teaeh children thoul their tan dies and their heritage Heliums* mg around child*en is important. Hurst said When kids are allowed to listen while people rec ic her they ce their parents as ii filling olla I. ii per lect Thin can see them chiidi* \nd ti it s important, she said Sc . ' i .un ‘Is parents were caught the .vc* ut lim-t -tone-, when she met with parent groups this week I he story teller explained that children ii all ages e* joy a go. < -ton even middle and high srhool I intel t , Ii** sometimes think they ie too sophisticated tot -neb hilliness Older students gi t caught up iii a dilterenl type of story she -ai*! I try to tell -tories that either hit them when they don I expect to In* hit in touch them when th* v thought they were too roo! to In* touch cd. she said Mi Water resource development is a NBU priority B SARAH DUKF Staff Writer New Braunfels us leading the way the development Of surface water • mime- a- an alternative to the s: ated Edwards Aquifer water New i'.'.mnfeU I tilifies directors said I oui sdav The directors took three Piston* reps toward creating an alternative .vat*1 source for the city in the ever,! over use reduces the aquifer level or th* aquifer Incomes contaminated Ii unanimous action the board ap proved developing a design for a >iu to.** water treatment plant whiff would provide up to six million ,oi s of w ater per day Ha* hoard also authorized effort to a.bun Guadalupe River water r< »f,*s .od purchase .later from < ■ ny ors I ake I ’ • he.e this meeting tonight is or* ii! to** more important ones *r,« Hi 1 w t ave in the near future -aid (ieth* vlornhinweg president fit th** NHI board He added that Tiiurs "Proving to San Antonio that we re able to proceed with something like this t think will be a wedqe we can >,e to encourage San Antonio to develop surface water " Jack Ohlnch Comal County representative Edwards Underground Water District water a reliance that long as people have bv* NHI General Man.! explained that the pin cost tin Estill* a! c*d S » treat up to six mill! water per da v    v: emergency -.circe of * Boh sot gallons ol rf Paqe 2A School officials vary on impact of court ruling S , iOHN K AS TNP R C ori evpOMclenf tw stat* ii.ii*.i ape * cunt -i h*.< re calling a recent our! **iti*.el funding a -iep it direction lor taxpayer* ! hat lh* feels ion is ne* to benet It the *o calli 'lets * lUadaiupc i taint v with the Marion niversal city ami all tall below the regarding district ruling handed down Guadalupe County Hu *> along ( (bolo t district-iv erage but the suite Ii strict Judge Hai l* ' rk last week in Austin could just • * -( . have adverse elicits »- it e impact on these (fistrn ts ah*.ugh 'lie state is expected )*• tppea! the *>rder possible solutions .* ready tieing considered \ .alg the solutions are a movement ■a a I onsnlid.itmg property poor t -Irlet> with wealthier neighboring d -tnets a plan to redraw district * nod,ires and the formation ut **L»;onal taxing entities as well as in s t., ti to change the state onstitu * o» 'o allow the state to collect and distribute alt school taxes Kit hough none ot the area districts ipenntendcnts were surprised by • our* ruling they said they MI see potential problems in attaining in ’ among Texas school districts Vgi coing v th the concept of equity *oi all texas public school students ‘probably past due other state i our? - h ire**** i the pf * i 'm not f >* ,t ' ai.* t a ai .it child must have ti • tonal apport unit ie* Making th.* total . av ol.ibi«* in equal student - a .iii 1*1 * • * f >mild ti** I, ' c w*nk about .i ■ *•!(*** * hi* ti ione'. I * i .ii 11 ■ r piex ot mill im Steele -aid Marion Isl) -up* ired Farquhar exp about tin* ruling an small districts . > st .iti* aid per pupil w< equitable w »v «*f I ling There are so sn Uh al wealth he* The Marion st bool ed as a proper!. po., the high** st tax *r* i uiiiity at > p* i v .dual son • i Ute fly coni work fit Wa i.neern ipact oi* at st ne' 11** most ut* 'ill ai lU.uiaiupe mi it ut one rf v See SCHOO! > Raq* JA Disaster drill whirls leaders through paces Hurricane Bolly struck the Texas i oast Wednesday forcing almost mmi evacuees int*) New Braunfels The storm spawned a tornado that touched down Thursday morning af the New Braunfels Middle Schou! ii ui fig students Elsewhere iii the ct tv two persons are dead lotion mg the devastation caused by nigh v Mitts This is a drill The imaginary hurricane and tie durns tornado put local govemmeti tai and emergency control leaders through the paces of a real emergen cy Gathered around a desk in the New Braunfels Police Department officials made the same type of split econ*! decisions they would be toted to make it an actual disaster were to strike Herb syring. Comal County ( ivil Defense coordinator said the drill vent well and local leaders took Hie practice seriously Reports of actual tornado sightings during the Wednes day portion of tiled! til bred the mien siiv at flu* cnordinaioi pi .u tice It really aided to ti ** spue oi t We had reports of sightings ii Castroville and Boerne .aul dial oilily added to the excitement lust Aflat we were drilling uh a..* Happen mg Syring said The drill -conal lo included Hue ricane Folly striking the coast anil forcing 'nut people min emergency shellers in New Braunfels Once the evacuees were in town an imaginary tornado touched down at New Braunfels Middle School, causing serious injuries aud damages Employees, officials and worker* from the New Braunfels Police Department and Tire Department New Braunfels I Ditties the city public works department Red Cross, Kntex Natural Gas. and New Braunfels ISI) along Aith City .Manager Joe Michie participated iii the drill ;