New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 22, 1991, Page 7

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February 22, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 22, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment Friday, February 22. 1991 ; - ® i Herald-Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas , a Page 7 Children’s concert is Sunday Family-favorite entertainer Joe Scruggs is coining to New Braunfels to entertain at a benefit for the New Braunfels Children’s Museum. He’ll be at the Civic Center Sunday at 4 p.m. and tickets are $5 each for persons over 2 years old. There will be reserved seating in the front of the auditorium for museum members only. The concert is underwritten by the Lafarge Corp. Scruggs is known for songs such as “Even Trolls Have Moms," ‘Late Last Night," and his album ‘Traffic Jams" which features songs for the car. Tickets are available at the Children’s Museum in Courtyard shopping center, Broussard Teacher and School Supply on Landa, and at all area Handy Andy grocery stores, including the store at Courtyard shopping center. Stop by the museum for family membership information, too. The number is 620-0939. Scruggs' videotapes (‘Joe’s First Video") and cassette tapes will be available at the concert. The museum store also carries Scruggs' tapes. Out rV about Leon Russell Leon Russell In Gruene G rue ne Hall kicks off the 16th season under local management featuring Leon Russell Saturday night. March will start off with Wayne Toups and Zydecajun on March 2, Alvin Crow and his fiddle on March 9, Johnny Dee and the Rocket 88s on March 16. Verette at the Faust RJ. Verette continues to spend his Friday nights at the Faus* Hotel, 240 S. Seguin. The entertainer plays there each Friday from 7 to 11 p.m. He will be at the Watering Hole Saloon, 1390 Old McQueeney Road, on March 9. Supper and dance The Pfeil Brothers will provide the music at a Rib-Eye Steak Supper and Dance al Eagles Hall, 257 E. South, tonight. Serving is from 6 to 8:30 p.m. and the dance is from 8 p.m. to midnight. Big Band dance With fewer durn two weeks remaining, final preparations are under way for the third annual Big Band Heart Dance March 3 at the Wursthalle. The dance, featuring the nostalgic music of Larry Herman and his nine-member orchestra from San Antonio, is the principal general fundraiser for the Comal County division of the American Heart Association to fight * the nation's number-one killer — I heart disease. j Tickets are on sale at Vollbrecht's ; Pharmacy and HEB in New Braun-! fell, Canyon Lake Chamber of Com-, merce and the American Heart Asso-; elation offices in San Antonio. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. The dance will be staged from 6 . to IO pm. Reserved tables are available to business firms. The dance is jointly sponsored by radio station KGNB-KNBT with the local heart group. New Braunfels High School ROTC students will assist with seating and other services. The well-known Cone Sisters of San Antonio will be featured in several numbers during the evening. The piano-playing Herman, a band leader for more than 50 years, has owned the Roaring 20s dance hall in San Antonio for 30 years, where the orchestra plays regularly. His piano style is said to have been largely influenced by the famous Eddie Duchin. Breezily through B.C. Smith and The Breeze will entertain folks at the Watering Hole Saloon, 1390 Old McQueeney Road, tonight from 9 pm. to I am. On Saturday, Clay Blaker and the Texas Honky Tonk Band will be at the Watering Hole from 9 p.m. to I am. Call 625-0045 for more information. Winter concert Trumpet soloist James Whitlow will be featured with the Texas Lutheran College Concert Band during the winter concert Feb. 26 at 7:30 pm. in the college's Jackson Auditorium. In his third appearance with the band. Whitlow will be performing trumpet features “La Virgen de la Macarena" and “Soliloquy for Trumpet.’’ The concert is free and open to the public. Whitlow is a retired trumpet instructor from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, N.M. Currently, he travels throughout the Southwest instructing watercolor workshops. 941 BARGAIN MAI IM I S I 30 IO 5 30 DAU V WALNUT 6 629-6400 Discount Day I ut sd ay ^ OO I \tept as Nolt'd HOMElsALONe | Ut siliaci if Hu Hobs _ I I CBU------- SAT. - SUN. WEEKDAYS 1:19 9:10 1:10 7:10 0:10 9:10 7:10 0:10 I SAT. • SUN WEEKDAYS § 12:40 2 SS 0:10 7:24 0:90 0:10 74$ O IS KEVIN COSTNER SAT. . SUN WEEKDAYS IO 1:10 4:10 7:40 7:40 I eftdt I m Li.H|e I SAT. . SUN WEEKDAYS I 1:20 9:20 0:20 7 JO #J© SJO 7:20 0:20 TjMjtor gooSIan SLm •AT. . WH - WEEKDAY, amu*. I NOTHING BUT STROUBLE I Mi l)| I SAT. • SUN ’ WEEKDAYS gi:1l 9:10 0:10 7:10 0:1$ $:1$ 7:1$ 9:1$ Dear Abby Doctor needs to prescribe a course in professional manners for his staff Olympics weekend Visit with sports physicians who treat the San Antonio Spurs, watch exciting demonstrations of gymnastics and ballet, and discover how to improve your golf swing during a Witte Olympics Weekend, from I to 4 pm. Sunday at the Witte Museum in San Antonio. Presented in conjunction with the museum's exhibition. “Science of Sports,'* the family program also will feature presentations by nutritionists and physical therapists. Two more Witte Olympics weekends will take place March IO and 24. One of the most popular exhibitions to tour the country, “The Science of Sports,’’ focuses on the science behind America’s favorite games. Visitors test their skills at more thai IOO hands-on displays, discovering the basics of friction, momentum, force and other scientific principles used in sports. Plus Squares dance The Plus Club, “Plus Squares," meets the first and third Tuesday of each month from 8 to IO pm. at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, 386 N. Casten. Caller is Jim Hayes. For more information, call 620-4543. IN EMERGENCIES Dial HI DEAR ABBY: After reading the letter from the woman who was insulted because she was addressed by her first name at her doctor's office while the men were called “Mister," I wish to relate the following incident: After being kept waiting for more than 30 minutes in my doctor’s examining room (I was there for a breast examination following my second mammogram within four months), I heard the nurse say to the doctor, “The ‘ear’ is in room nine, and the ‘boobs' are in here!" I could write pages on how that made me feel in an already stressful situation. I addressed her remark the minute the nurse and doctor entered the room. From the nurse, who first denied saying it. I got a mumbled. “Sorry ." From my doctor I received. “I'm sure she didn t mean anything by it." I'm not a prude. Abby, and I'm not naive. But to be referred to as a body part — in a crude slang term — does not elicit a lot of faith in that group of so-called professionals. I am finding it difficult to go back there, although our insurance dictates whom we see. FUMING IN TUCSON DEAR FUMING: The nurse was insensitive and unprofessional, and the doctor was no bargain either. Contact your insurance company and ask if there is another physician's group you may consult for a “second opinion." With nine examination rooms, a 30-minute backlog, and a nurse with the hide of a rhinoceros and a limited medical vocabulary, your physician already has more problems than he can handle. DEAR ABBY: My husband and I purchased a home in a rural community. Our house in the city has not yet sold. We borrowed money from both our parents to purchase our new home, promising to repay them when our old house sells. Last Christmas, my husband’s parents presented us w ith our gift — a note that showed our loan status to the penny, of which they deducted $1,000. Other family members who did not owe them money received $1,000 per family. We are grateful for the reduction of our loan, but after receiving the note, we didn t feel much like celebrating What do you think of this kind of present0 So far. my parents have never reminded us of how much we owe. I O U. IN IOWA DEAK I.O.U.: No matter how you look at it, you received a gift worth $1,000, so as I see it, you have no reason to complain. DEAR ABBY: The letter about the toddler w ho fell into a five-gallon bucket of water and drowned while his mother ran to answer the telephone prompts this letter. Actually, I want to address two separate, but related issues. No. I: The ridiculous belief that when a telephone rings, you have to run to answer it! I am a physician, and I’ve had a number of people come to my office due to ir\junes they have received when they tripped and fell while running to answer the telephone. I say, if the phone rings while you're busy, let the blasted thing ring — if it’s really important, the party will call back The other issue: Many lives could be saved if everyone — including housewives — knew how to do CPR. One never knows when a friend or family member w ill black out or have a heart attack. Most American Red C ross chapters offer excellent courses for home and workplace emergency care. DR. MAX WREN, MC AL1STER. OKLA. DEAR DR. WREN: (I am not going to say you're for the birds.) Thanks for a fine and ever timely letter. DEAR ABBY: I am 27 years old. When I was in the second semester of my senior year of high school. I was raped. I couldn’t face my classmates, so I dropped out of school. I returned the following year to graduate in 1982, although I was ready to graduate in 1981. My picture was already in the 1981 yearbook. and my name had even been printed in the 1981 graduation booklet. All of my friends graduated in 1981. The Class of’81 is now planning its 10th reunion, and I feel that this is the gathering I should attend. How ever, technically, I didn’t graduate until 1982. Should I go to the party with all of the classmates with whom I should have graduated? Or should I wait a year and probably not attend because I don't know any people from that class? Please don't use my name. UNDECIDED DEAR UNDECIDED: Go with the Clam of *81. (Would I lie to you on George Washington** birthday?) DEAR ABBY: I am not writing for a solution, but hope that sharing our family’s experience might benefit others. After our daughter had been married for a couple of years, we decided to give her and her husband her “inheritance* early so they could buy a house. They had gone together for a number of years, and we felt confident that this marriage would go the distance. We were wrong. They are now being divorced, and he is getting the house! In our ignorance. we gave them a large sum of money to buy the house. The papers were drawn up in both their names. Big mistake! Details would make this letter much too long, but our daughter is getting the short end of the stick and is losing much of the money we intended her to have. Abby, please advise anyone considering giving a sizable check to a married daughter or son to make it out in the name of your child only. Naturally, any appreciation on the house or interest earned on money becomes joint property, but the initial gift would have been our daughter’s if we had made out the papers and checks in her name only. OLDER AND WISER DEAR OLDER AND WISER: Thanks for a valuable letter. SKA TF Cf mf n f hi rj; h S AT Af! I Steak Supper & Dance Eagles Hail-New Braunfels Friday February 22nd Music by Pfeil Brothers Ribeye or Grilled Chicken Breast *7.00 Serving 6-8:30 Dance $-12 Y'all come and bring your Mends WINTER HOURS Open Fri. 5p.m. Saturday it Sunday ll a.m. Located Ona Bock from Scftkmrtahn Authanac German Food I AnoopNwe 'Emartmmant tor Ha Whola Fan** Friday Night Catfish Special $A95    5 pm to 8 pm ^    All You Can Eat Sunday Buffet 50 Ail You Can ta. Includes Entrees, soup, salad bar, dessert & drink Biergarten Special $6! Sat. Feb. 16 Litt’l Fishermen Sat Feb. 23 Seven Dutchmen p * I SC Sat. March 2 Bohemian Dutchmen Sat. March 9 Swingin' Dutchman For more Information Call 625-0815 Friday February 22nd Closed for Private Party Sat. Feb 23rd 1-5 High Noon 9-1 LEON RUSSELL Sun. Feb. 24th 4-8 Austin Lounge Lizards Coming March 2nd WAYNE TOl'PES & ZYDECAJLN Gruene Historic £>smcr 625 0142 i yiiy eryjy Schwarzenegger is I ftindsrgoftenCOP Mon. - Fri. 7:00 9:20 Sat • Sun. 2.00 4:20 7:00 9:20 An xxCTXinntXzT CLINT EASTWOOD CHARLIE SHFEN rn Mon. * Fri. 7.00 9:20 Sat. • Sun. 2:00 4:20 7AX) 9:20 an Antonio 62h 441 LOCATED BENEATH THE WATER TOWER BEHIND GRU£!^JIALL. THIS COUPON ENTITLES THE BEARER TO 25% DISCOUNT EVERY TIME YOU EAT VALID FOR UP TO 4 PERSONS FOR ALL ENTREES AND DAILY SPECIALS THRU MARCH IO. 1991 AT THS GRISTMILL RESTAURANT. PLEASE PRESENT COUPON WHEN ORDERING *5% OFF. • -1287 Gruene Rd - New Braunfels-OS4(MI ;

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