New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 3, 1993, Page 8

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March 03, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 3, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas S-A HERALD-ZEITUNG WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. 1093 GRUENE STATION Alvin Crow will be performing with Don McCallister March 13 at Gruene Hal. No cover will be charged 1-5 p.m. TLC Piano recital slated for March 16 Arts Calendar SEGUIN—A piano recital featuring the music of Beethoven, Chopin and Debussy will be presented by Dr. Bettsy Dunn Curtis at Texas Lutheran College on March 16. The recital is free. Curtis is a visiting professor of music at The University of Texas at San Antonio and was an adjunct lecturer there from 1989-92. The recital will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Ayers Recital Hall, located in the Schuech Fine Arts Center. Works to be performed during the recital include "Gavotte and Variations in A Minor" by Jean Phillipe Rameau, "Sonata in C Major, Op. 2, No. 3" by Ludwing Van Beethoven, "Nocturne in C Minor, Op. 48, No. I" by Frederic Chopin, ^Suite pour Ie piano" by Claude Debussy, and "Toccata, Op. ll" by Sergei Prokofiev. Curtis has taught at the university level for 17 years. Her past appointments include The University of Cincinnati, The Uni versity of Texas at Austin, Baylor University, and Howard Payne University. She earned a bachelor of music degree from Southern Methodist University, a master of music degree from The University of Cincinnati, doctor of musical arts degree' from The University of Texas at Austin. Her past teachers include Alexander Uninsky, Alfred Mouledous, David Bar-Hlan, and William Race. She attended high school in Seguin and has studied with Professor Anita Windecker, associate professor of music, department chairperson, and holder of the Baenziger Professorship of Music at TLC. Curtis is an active performer, adjudicator and clinician. Shehas been involved with computer applications in music since 1989. She writes and arranges music for ensemble piano. Marriage Licenses The following people were married with licenses obtained in Comal County: Feb. 3 • James Arthur Conner & Laverne Baker of Manchaca. • Gary Wayne Polk & Dana Lynn Timmermann of Universal City. • Gary Allen Newman A Lydia Ann Geiger of Bulverde. • Lawrence Rivera & Diana Longlines of New Braunfels. • Michael R. O’ Neill Sc Mary Ellen Pritchett of Bulverde. • Charles Leonard Puaaten’ Sc Connie Price Iverson of Canyon Lake. • Jose Luis Valenzvela Sc Norma Ida Del Regugio Cruz Feb. 10 • Dirk Eugene Hedden and Karen Michelle Fisk of New Braunfels. • Martin Joseph Muschaleu and Julaine E. Bailey of McQuee-ny. • Harry Horatio Hewitt and Debra Fay Kaiser of New Braunfels. • Franklin C. Hodges and Gladys F. Benker of Lafayette, IN. • Scotty Lee Mitchan and Rosemary Lou Irle of New Braunfels. • Jack Dale Griffey and Elks Loise Lawyer of New Braunfels. • Alan Philip Nunne and Patricia Kathleen H&nn of San Antonio. > Armando Lara Aguirre and Ldri Diane Harlos of New Braunfels. Feb.17 • Keith Allen Huffman and Ramona Louise Wiley of Shorts • John Thomas Finely and Joy Aline Bullard of Spring Branch • Dwight Anthony Wolvertan and MargaretGibeaut Doyle of Canyon Lake • Ralph Jackson Shanafelt and Penny McCoy of Seguin • William Markeith Crayton and Michelle Castilleja of New Braunfels • Geoffrey Reinhold Uindt and Diana Lynn Bazany of Live Oak • Horace Alvin Moore and Mary Millican Burris of San Marcos • Jack Bishop and Maxine Whitely Callaway of New Braunfels • Bobby O'Neal Hillin and Betty Ruth Hillin of New Braunfels • Michael Ray Legg and Leslie WTM TVC #1 HOPE #3 KILLER: AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION* I tm Ok>iIkim Sent Reopi* * Ellen Easer of New Braunfels • Christian Andrew Marbach and Suzanne Renee Pape of New Braunfels • Regiro Plaza Ochoa and Annette Rodriguz Ochoa of New Braunfels • Nooruddin Y. AH and Sandra Marie Dowdy of New Braunfels Feb. 24 • Rodney Shane Eau wens and Michelle Renee* Ohlsch wager of New Braunfels. • Nathan Edward Williams and Karen Susan Manka of San Antonio. • Donald W. Poitras and Angela Marie Clement of Bulverde. • John Scott Humphrey and Jane D. Terrell of New Braunfels. • Agustin Anthony Palacios and Stephanie M. Baker of San Antonio. • Stephan Clark Grien and Mary Buckner Griem of San Antonio. • Barton Duane Lindemann and Susan Denise Denson of Dallas. • Garland Henry Midkiff and Lisa Kaye Hamilton of Canyon Lake. • Todd William onwalt and Teresa Gail Miller of Canyon Lake. k Bobby Wayne Ottinger and Paula Murphy Ingram of Spring Branch. • David Anthony Ryals and Iris Marie Arment of San Antonio. • Thomas Roger Group and Lei ta Jan Moore of San Antonio. • William Randal Cunningham and Betsy Ann Tarver of New Braunfels. March 3 • Rodney Shane Bauwens and Michelle Renee Ohlsch wager of New Braunfels. • Nathan Edward Williams and Karen Susan Manka of San Antonio. • Donald W. Poitras and Angela Marie Clement of Bulverde. • John Scott Humphrey and Jana D. Terrell of New Braunfels. • Agustin Anthony Palacios and Stephanie M. Baker of San Antonio. • Stephan Clark Grien and Mary Buckner Griem of San Antonio. • Barton Duane Lindemann and Susan Denise Denson of Dallas. • Garland Henry Midkiff and Lisa Kaye Hamilton of Canyon Lake. • Todd William onwalt and Teresa Gail Miller of Canyon Lake. • Bobby Wayne Ottinger and Paula Murphy Ingram of Spring Branch. • David Anthony Ryals and Iris Marie Arment of San Antonio. • Thomas Roger Group and Leita Jan Moore of San Antonio. • William Randal Cunningham and Betsy Ann Tarver of New Braunfels. • Clinton Charles Weir and Danna Cook Seibold of New Braunfels. • Wayne Martin Porterie and Donna Marie Voigt of New Braunfels. • Francis B. Martinez and Diane Consvelo Ybarez of San Antonio. • Troy Shannon Dean and Lerna Lynn Falkenberg of Canyon Lake. • Ray Garcia and Jessica Zamo- Daily Lunches Fruit & Veggie Lunches •Burger *8813018 240 S. Seguin 625-7791 Yellow Rock Saloon 3413 Hunter Road 396-7188 San Marcos Wed. 3/3 - Crossroads Thurs. 3/4 - The Edge Fri. 3/5 - County Line Sat. 3/6 - Mark Haley & The Dusters I MttHliuil* J bv Ut.' ywlMlkbd UU « puM» fail -I  ......................  -..................  —.................. * Mutmufta    Now Bra unfold Ftalurinr Continental Dining Ev«y WMS. I* Jam Night Friday Night Seafood Buffet $10.95 10%Off Mil Ad. Check our marque* ft WM ra of Universal City. • Steven Ray Krahn and Shaw-na Leeann Sassee of San Antonio. • KB. Henderson and Danville Busch Head and New Braunfels. • Donald Lee Offerman and Phylis Marie West of New Braunfels. • James Norman Smith Jr. and Amanda Lee Norris of Seguin. • Cesar Omar Maldonado and Maria Del Rosario Tucar Vasquez of New Braunfels. • John William Muehl and Connie Lou Loveless of Universal City. • David A Nelson and Denise L. Sutherland of Rhode Island. • Wayne B. Dickerson and Tammy Allison Gilliam of Canyon Lake. • Charles Clinton Wheeler and Sharon Lynch of New Braunfels. American Legion Comal Post 179 Announces Hall Rentals Available Capacity 250-BAND AREA Kitchen Facilities Available Make your reservations early Call Mike Clark 625-0179 Noon to 3 PM Reasonable Rates. < .ll I IU ll (KS \\ MI NHI I WALNUT (> 629-6400 ll I ,T> ti IK I WulllUt Avo Tlaes yod 2/24 tkra 3/4 SAT-SUN 12:45 2*55:10 7:25 »:40 WEEKDAYS p°1* 5:10 7:28 •:< r Nab—I Ufo* LOAMED 1 130 3:30 5:30 Sd 7:40025 . WEEKDAYS I 5 30 7:40 025 5AT-SUN WCIVMIS,:!# 3:1® ms 7:100*0 B WEEOAYS •$15 7:100*0 ’1:083*6 5*6 7*6 010 WEEKDAYS 5:06 7*50:10 ALIVE IATOT 1453:45 5:46 7:46 0:45 WEEKDAYS [6:45 7:48 0:46 •SUN 2*04*0 7*00*0 WEEKDAYS 4*07*00*0 BR AUN TE X 6?1) IIH W S.hi Antonio ii OO A! I SHOWS ii OO SAT-SUN rNCUOUOU DIVITO 200 SOO HJO I IX VT * WEEKDAYS HOrrA n (DOB MURTHYj (nSSIjSsflO j ll* 7*50:10 • "The Silver Whistle", S.TAG.B., Inc. Krause House, 8 p.m., Bulverde Rd., March 4,5,6. 438-2339. • "A... My Name is Alice", Tours to Lackland AFB for dinner theater at Arnold Hall, 8 p.m., March 5. 629-6635. • German Folkdancers, Borderfest in Hidalgo, TX, March 6,7. 625-3922. • CLAG meeting, Sculpture demonstration by Ruth Bowers, Art of Texas Gallery, Hancock Center, 7 p.m., March 9. 935-2514. • Community Chorale rehearsal, Eden Home Friendship Room, March 9,7 p.m. 625-6420. • Music Study Club "Dance", Seele Parish House, 7:30 p.m., March ll. 625-9751. • Texas Youth Theaterfest, Circle Arts Theater, March 12,13,14. 625-4824. • Auditions for "A Wind Between the Houses", STAGE., Inc., Krause House, Bulverde Rd, Mardi 14,4 p.m. 438-2339. • NBAL meeting, demonstration in oil by Richard Weers, Arts Center Gallery, Walnut Sq., March 16,7 p.m. 629-8022. • Greater New Braunfels Arts Council Board of Directors Meeting, NBAL Galleiy, Walnut Sq., March 22,7 p.m. 620-0939. • Book Review Club meeting, Senior Center, Landa St, March 23, 9:30 a.m. 625-7169. • Community Chorale rehearsal, Eden Home Friendship Room, March 23,7 p.m. 625-6420. • Symphony Concert, Austin’s Texas Suzuki Tour Group, Jackson Auditorium, Seguin, March 28,4 p.m. 629-0336. • Famous People Players, The Children’s Museum, New Braunfels Civic Center, March 28,7 p.m. 620-0939. • Children’s Concert, Mid-Texas Symphony, Seguin March 29. 629-0336. 9 Children’s Concert, Mid-Texas Symphony, New Braunfels, March 30. 629-0336. NBC police drama details legal process Associated Press NEW YORK — One of the few things that doesn’t work in NBC’s fine new police drama, "Crime Sc Punishment" ip the title. You see, there’s no punishment Just chase ’em, catch ’em and bust ’em — if you’re lucky. "Crime Sc Punishment" is not a companion piece to "Law Sc Order,” even though both series are produced and created by the same man, Dick Wolf. "Law Sc Order" gives you a halfhour of fine police work followed by a half-hour of fine criminal prosecution, all of it suffused with the austere, silver light of New York City. "Crime Sc Punishment” shows you the setup and execution of a crime, followed by the investigation of a male-female detective team in the mellow-yellow glare of Los Angeles. What you get in tonighfs premiere and Thursday night’s second episode is a brisk, well-crafted police procedural that neatly dodges the perils of an over-familiar genre. Jan'* Van Tours Mach 5 Ausiin-Csgiiol, Ooveaor Marioa LB! Lknq Mack 7 Sa Amie Lints Hmm "Oui Tem*' Mack ll Flirted Church Tour *7* Mack 12 Corpus Omro. city by Ila na 625-5180 GUN SHOW CIVIC CENTER March 6 & 7 Hunting equipment and collectibles Come Buy, Sell, Trade 629-6112 TC ■alw a a*i 7 Vs8 1 2 Puce Buriels Wed. After 5pm Kids SA under aal free trom chid menu Frozen RRM *2" till 7 pm. WF VF CHSNCSP OHS NM€!H Atta 6 years ut us*ng the name Rued Homo we ve changed our name lo Cr OM Road* Mobile (XI System. Only the name ha ct tanged the service lemans the same No ate available tor weddngs birthdays school dances, company parties, and special occasions We also do special events such as tie Austin Travis County I ive st ort Show and Rodeo Chili Cookoff and wff be playing al tho Comal Courtly Fair rn 1993 No group loo targe or small We ve played tor crowds m moms of 5OOO Call us fast tor your neat got together 'Tit Bael Petite Mwmd'    OmDH^ wmoi Eagles Hall New Braunfels 257 E. South Street    625-7243 Bingo Every Thins, at 7 pm (lic.#l-74-1328848-5) Eagles Hall is available for rental for all occasions. as HOMEMADE MEXICAN FOOD Large Variety Mexican Dinners All dinners served with rice & beans All our food is prepared from homemade, family recipes, fresh from scratch each day. Wo Invito you to coma In, try our food and onfoyl Breakfast Tacos All kinds - but everyday special Potato & Egg 599 Open each day at 7 AM ■■/tv ■MRRoBar's Can't Wait - Call Ahead 598 Landa    625-0122 ;

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