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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas 12 New February Continued from Page 1 Of the collected in SO percent went to the Chamber of Commerce Convention and Tourism and 10 percent was used by the city for maintenance of recreational The remaining 10 percent of the citys fourpercent room occupancy tax went to further artistic and cultural efforts in the Those same percentages carry over for and the Arts and Cultural Commission has designated 5 March as the deadline for groups to request a share of the arts10 The commission will then meet at March to review those requests and forward its funding recommendations to City Last the commissions recommendations went like this Circle Arts percent Mid Texas 3 percent Greater New Braunfels Arts per cent Die Froelichen percent New Braunfels Art 1 percent Braunfels Foundation percent and Barbershop The dollar totals each group got for 1983 were also released Monday Those figures were Circle Arts MidTexas adjusted by 1200 to Arts Council Die Froelichen Art League Foundation Trust and Bar To request 1984 funds from the Arts and Cultural sub missions should be delivered to City Hall and include these items name of the along with its purpose and activities financial sources and use of funds for calendar years 1982 and or the last two fiscal an outline of the groups ac complishments for the past two and an assessment of what it has done to improve the quality of life in New Braunfels including frequency and size of number of size of viewing and a projection of 1984 activities and growth specific monetary and the planned use of any funds that would be secured from the In other commission members reelected its present of ficers for Mike Walker will remain Roxolin Krueger will stay and Sedgwick will keep his secretary Continued from Page 1 eight days Mondale said the Iowa results stand as a recommendation to the rest of the nation to support Iowa will send a total of 58 of the delegates to the Democratic National Convention in San Fran cisco in Eight of the states delegates are of ficially unpledged to any while the rest will be picked to back just short of the required 15 was close to winning Iowa delegates and could end up with a couple at the state convention in The rest of the field Alan Cranston of California and Ernest Boilings of South the Jesse Jackson and former Florida Reubin Askew were shut Jackson and Hollings made virtually no effort in the Cranston had been looking for a strong finish to Appraisal Continued from Page 1 between 500 and 800 miles in a sometimes as much as Lewis wondered if the district might not do better paying a permile Brucks said he had checked with other The Bexar County Appraisal District told him it came out ahead with a flat considering the time it would take for employees and their supervisors to keep track of all the figure up the expenses and put them on the paycheck each The board that this might bear discussion in the 1985 budget Office space was on the but directors agreed this wasnt the time to talk about that When this was I didnt know if Comal County was going to kick us out of here or the next Lewis The Commissioners Court recently bought the building where the districts offices and has been tearing down some other structures on the Lewis said hed talked to several county officials since the finalized Mondays and was assured he didnt have to worry about losing the office building for two or three years at The commissioners have talked about putting a new office complex on the property at some future and including space for the appraisal When the board makes plans for a new it should consider the possibility of a central billing andcollection Erben reminded the other I agree with you 100 said Continued from Page 6 sank two free throws to cement the Cahnis and Aaron Wright led the Eliminators against the Herald with 20 and 14 and Burt Holloway and Cliff Wiikins had 12 and 11 for The Mike Garcia led The Eliminators against Jesus is Lord with 15 with Michael Jackson adding Eric Gertman had 12 for the The Herald bounced back Monday by blasting the CL Leading only 3632 at the The Herald outscored the losers 4915 in the second including a 274 fourth Holloway led The Herald with 16 followed by Robert Johnson with 12 and Ken Brazle and Mark Burdon with 11 Larry Boos had a gamehigh 19 points for the Schriewer kept its chances alive by beating and Lucas Scott led the winners against Panteras with 19 while Paul Porreson had 14 for the Charles Stewart had 15 for Schriewer against while Boos had 18 for the Standings FiUdlin UPS The The Alan Schriewer Jusuu is C L Continued from Page 2 Conversational Span ish II will begin March 15 for six weeks at The class will be from 79 and will be taught by Jose Interested people still can enroll in the Your Vegetable The which mtcU on Thursdays from at Room is taught by Carl New Session will run from 20 to April 13 at Skate Skeller with seven classes to choose Monday through Saturday classes are available with unlimited participation for only GED Preparation Classes meet Mondays and 79 at the Texas National Guard Ar and Tuesdays and 79 at There is no boost his longshot but he came in fourth in the raw We will not get the momentum that we had wanted out of but that does not mean that we cannot build it in the week Cranston I think well come in close enough that well be able to mount a strong The delegates boosted Mondales total to far ahead of Glenns The House Democratic Caucus pciked 164 of its members as delegates earlier this Mondale labored long and hard to win in a state where he has ties going back many As a senator from neighboring he was a frequent visitor to His campaign organization got major support from organized The National Education Association and the United Auto Workers poured massive resources into the state to get their members out to the caucuses to vote for Now it appears that weve won a great perhaps a spectacular victory here in Iowa and I feel great about Mondale told a crowd of cheering supporters In Bal AFLCIO leaders gathered for an executive council policy meeting celebrated their candidates but William president of the International Association of cautioned against Iowa is one of 50 he I dont view it as being any more This first one tends to get a lot more Mondale had votes or about 45 percent of those Although tallies were not with 74 percent of precincts it appeared perhaps Iowa Democrats went to the All the rest of the candidates were far with uncommitted drawing some Stocks NEW AMR Amer Mi Amerltech Am Amer BellAtlan BellSouth Beth V4 East VB Enserch FordMot GAF GTE GenlElect Gen Gen HarteHnk Holiday V4 4 Intl Int LTV Babies on Parade 1983 for more information see todays HeraldZeitung O1983 R J Reynolds Tobacco Co Another first CENTURY 100s Taste that delivers IN THE MONEY SAVING pack Warning The Surgeon General Has Determined Thai Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your LIGHTS 10 lar 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