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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Commission to bring J O SA ByDANAOVERStREEf Staff Writer About twothirds of the Af Cultural Commissions pfojects fund will go to theGreater New Braunfels Arts Council to bring a taste of the opera to A local childrens dancing Compania de Danza may receive most of the remaining funds when it submits a financial statement to the Arts and Cultural Five percent of the citys local share of hotelmotel room tax revenue has been allocated for the citys two Another 20 percent was set aside for the arts Of that 20 the Arts and Cultural Commission has earmarked 15 percent to be divided among seven artscultural City Council approved the spending of the remaining 5 percent on special arts The money will be distributed following a Quarterly review of special funding fc AArfend Jultufal Commission two special dfty Veronica Sarkozi told the group that last years payment for this period Commission membefs Tuesday worked on the premise that they would same amount for the months of and Because hotels pay the citys room tax at the end of the the month will not be available until the end of the next month in this in Elaine president of the Greater tiew Bratiiifels Arts asked for and received the promise of from the The Texas Opera theater will give three perfOrtnahces for one for and One careerawareness seminar for high school students here in the The Texas Commission on the Acts pledged half of the fee the Arts Commission special fund will pay and the Arts Council will false the rest through admission Elizabeth managing director of the Circle Arts said children who go out of town to attend the opera would not get the preparation and enjoyment of the The Texas Opera Theater will provide music and opera information to music teachers in the New Braunfels and Comal Peter and and the Christian The Arts and Cultural which received only two requests for reviewed the request from Janie president of the pania de Danza the dance workshop Caritu wanted the money for has already she any mfltrey given to her group by the Commission wouldbe used costomesafid equipment thedafice composed ofabout performs for localand otit 6huf ch pettoMatices d free while ifte group asks tor from other Commission metfiber lxhr suggested giving the Compania then the agreed review other forms of funding and expenses for the dance group before any Members of the Arts Commission asked Cantu to return at the 21 meeting with financial information about her dance What funding you have doming in and what kind of expenses you have going said Chairman Mike requests for whatyou think you Parks Board outlines yearly projects V 1 Michael Rosser has fun at Texas Lions Camp Area boy enjoys camp KERRV1LLE A handicapped child from New enjoyed a special two weeks at the Texas Lions Camp at no cost to the Thirteenyearold Michael Rosser had the opportunity to hor seback study play sports and go on an overnight The Texas Lions Camp is com pletely accessible to wheelchairs and its programs are adapted especially to serve children who are visually hearing impaired and physically Our camps educational programs inspire campers to grow and to succeed in becoming productive Campers are encouraged to give themselves and help Its important they learn they dont always have to receive They can give it said Glenn the camps executive All camp activities are well supervised by a trained staff of counselors with a high counselor to camper ratio one counselor to every three The Texas Lions Camp is located on 500 acres of the Texas hill country near The camp holds four twoweek sessions for physically handicapped children ages seven to The New Braunfels Noon Lions Club was Rossers camp The Texas Lions Camp is a non profit organization which has served more than handicapped children since It is funded by contributors interested in providing challenging programs for han dicapped Members of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board hope by 6 to have a clearer picture of park projects and what they will cost after a Tuesday afternoon workshop with park Parks board members spent the twohour workshop listening to San Antonio architects John Meister and Carlos who outlined projects at five parks which may included in the citys fall bond issue Calling the project list a rough the architects reviewed each parks improvements and what they will Each of the five board members present will study one park and its proposed improvement costs to study before the 6 Theres a lot of cuts that can be said Board Chairman Carl Fox after the architects presen which had a bottom line of about Meister told the board that his firm is looking to you to find out what to cross and This is a rough The five parks in question are Cypress Ernst Eikel Haymarket HEB soccer and Camp Architects presented cost estimates for soccer fields at the HEB Softball fields at DONOVAN GALVANI SPECTACULAR DRESS EVENT 34 99 AND 99 85 Smttag Serivee Antonio Camp and tennis courts at Cypress Bend and preliminary price estimates for volleyball and basketball picnic concession water trash and bleachers at all the Weve got a lot to Fox I think if we were to study at that time 6 we could hash all of these things The city is planning a bond issue in the fall to help pay for parks and improvements to public streets and included inhthe parks bond issue proposal may be the renovation and golf course for which a cost estimate of about already has been NB man gives funds to state NEW BRAUNFELS AP A 78 yearold man has given the Texas treasury because 50 years ago the state helped his a widow with four to survive with old age I saved up a little bit from Social Security and I have a little homestead thats all paid Richard Besch said in an interview from his hospital where he is being treated for a diabetic con I thought it and figured I havent years to It was a gift to me so I returned he His Emma became eligible for the state Old Age Assistance Program in 1936 at age beginning at only a The payments continued for 20 years and reached a month by the time she died in Besch received a thankyou note from State Treasurer Ann Richards saying the gift honors your mother and you you are a special person and a good Daniel executive vice president of MBank in New said Besch had thought about making the gift for almost a Acting on Beschs he sent a bank draft for to the state Hes not at all a said a lives with a brother in a small house he owns modest neighborhood in New Terrys A you When Terry Streuer takes his clearing arid your home youget much more than DRAP You get inveirt ment It would much today If you had to replace those items For a FREE ESTIMATE oh carpet or other call TERRY TERRYS CLEANING SERVICES Weather DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Todd Fifth Carl Schurz Texas A weak upperlevel disturbance over West Texas prompted scanned thundershowecs across southwestern sections and the soujh plains in the wake of storms that caused flooding and lightning damage in For Thunderstorms on Tuesday dumped up to inches of rain parts of Tarrant AutlWritfe ftf twoalarm blaze in the Cajiclle8idge Of ten Scfcgoh officials saidfSJByete damage was Sustained at Schools third Workers were installing a new loot at the school when the storm officials said There was massive damage to the third floor and swne damage on the second said Charlif fire department He said an amateur radio operatgr reported seeing lightning hit the duplex by Claudine Kocourk at about and flames erupted moments McCafferty said damage to the building was estimated at Lightning also struck a construction the National Weather Service Scattered thunderstorms were expected to continue through Thursday in North the weather service High clouds covered much of the states northern half today while low clouds Jpued parts of the south and coastal Winds were south at about 16 mph Low temperatures were generally in the with cooler readings in Southwest Extremes were 56 degrees at Malta and 84 at the Corpus Christ Naval Air Lows in North Texas tonight were ex pected to be in the low to mid with highs Thursday in the A chance of thunderstorms were predicted in South Texas arid the far west through Highs should be in the except upper 80s in the upper coast 100 the li should be partly cloudy through Thui sday with scattered thunderstorms in luiyerfng in the south Highs should range from 85 in the southeast to the mid 90s in Big Bend valleys and 91 in the fai Texas forecast Nonh Texas Scattered thundeisiuims continuing through Thursday withilii exception ii the western suctions where thunderstorms shiiuld thiouyn Mosily tloudy parily Lows tunighi will be in the low to mid Highs on Thursday will be in lie SouthTexas A northwest ihunderstorms lliun dersiorms lar west partly cloudy with little change in iern peratures through Highs Thursday in the upper 80s upper coast and near 100 Lows tonightin the 70s to near BO West1 Texas Partly clpudy through Thursday with scattered thunderstorms tomghu lingering in the south on Thutsday No significant temperaturechanges Lpws tonightl66 Panhandle and tnpuntajns to71 southeast Higtis Thursday 86 west arid upper 90s Big Bend East Texas partly cloudy with the low in the lower South wind 5 to 10 Thursday mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance fol tHunderstojms High arqulW 90 South Wind around 10 Extended forecast North TexafNo tain is expected and Scattejedshbwws are possible Suncjajj Temporaries seasonal normal Highs South TexasScattered meinly afternoon partly cloudywnq continual bpj Lows wi the 70fe except nejt 80 High in the 90s fnfept JIM 80s al9ng ne coast and I i wtfwf v iv i Sank 961 f Member MCorp f n   

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