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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas                                Wednesday Jan HeraldZeitung 9 SPOT L 1 G H T ON State leader reports arts essential to economy Elizabeth Elliott GOOD WORDS In the latest newsletter from the Texas Com mission on the Arts State Rep resentative Hen ry Cuellar had some good things to say about the value the arts in Texas and Im more ian happy to quote him Every year artistic performances workshops and museums bring in aillions of dollars in state revenue y attracting cs and corporate investment in irtistic communities Many businesses that relocate to fere Meeting Texas cite its high standard of living enriched by its artistic offerings as a primary reason for bringing their businesses here Some opponents of government involvement claim that in depressed in economic times we simply cant afford to spend money on the arts But as TCA Executive Director John Paul Batiste pointed out in the Com missions latest report we cannot afford NOT to support the arts The report states that the arts arc at the heart of our economic us in our inven tion sciences and the perpetuation of our cultural values they inspire and speak to our capacity for joy and instill discipline and wonder Batiste and his colleagues feel that Commission has a responsibility to citizens of the state to conserve nourish and enhance the arts as well as a responsibility to state leaders to justify arts spending According to most political leaders the Commis sion has kept its word Texans everywhere must main tain their commitment to the arts in appreciation for all that they con tribute to our lives By creating jobs for artists and attracting tourists and outofstate business and invest ments the arts in Texas genuinely contribute to our economy And by speaking to our hearts and encourag ing our own creativity the arts bring the diverse elements of our culture closer together and enhance all of our Thanks Mr Cuellar I couldnt have said it better YOUNG ARTIST COMPETI battle of the black and vvhlte keys will be held during the day on Jan 15 in the Fine Arts Building at Texas Lutheran College when the MidTexas Symphony sponsors its annual Young Artist Competition Coming from colleges and universities across the state stu dents from two categories will com pete undergraduate and graduate At that day a reception will be held to celebrate all the par ticipants of the competition At following the reception the finalists will perform again giving judges another chance to decide wholl be awarded the top honor in each category And these two young people will be the guest artists at the March 27 Symphony concert at Jack son Auditorium Thats when their music makes us ALL winners THE QUILT Braunfels tirea others will meet at the NB Christian Church Fellowship Hall Loop 337 at this coming Saturday when theyll learn more about Creative Color from Lib by Lehman It sounds to me as if someones trying to gild the lilies If anybody knows about creative col or its those artistic quilters REMINDER The sale of Circle Arts Theatres 1994 season passes will end this Saturday with only a few of those moneysavers left at Kristis on San Antonio St and Chi nanThings in Landa Plaza Shop ping Center Dont say I didnt warn you Elizabeth Elliott Is the founder and executive director of Circle Arts Rio Grande Rafting Spring Break 94 Camp Music with Rusty Wier Gil I BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 62964OO IH 35 and Walnut Ave Canyon Lake Democrats will meet an 13 at 7 at Carols next to the litching Post in Sattler Candidates for the pcoming election will be present Public wited The board of directors of the Comal ounty MHMR Center will meet Thurs lay Jan 13 at at the Comal Developmental Center 511 North St The New Braunfels Music Study Club fFMC NFMC will have its next meeting hursday Jan 13 at the home of Ann Klee nan 1435 Flaming Oak Members will articipate in a Founders Day observance us a study of Brahms Organ piano and loral music performances will be given in onor of the composer Johannes Brahms Meeting time is The local chapter of Home Economists n Home and Community will meet lursday Jan 13 at am at Becomes estaurant located at 14415 Blanco Road uest speaker will be Gwen Hudspeth and e will speak on AMPI For membership information call Jean Youngson at 496 1344 The Retired Eaglet Activities Club I will meet on Jan 16 at Eagles Hall from 2 to 6 p jn Members are to bring a cake cookies for the afternoon The New Braunfeb Optimist Club will meet Monday Jan 17 at at Finekels and the program will be the Spir it of 76 and their work toward a museum in New Braunfels Speakerwill be Ralph Wall New Braunfeb Breastfeeding Support Group will meet on Tuesday Jan 18 at the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church All breastfeeding moms are invited to attend For information call Dana at 6251240 or Stephanie at 6201545 American Association of Retired Per sons will be held at the Senior Citizen Cen ter 655 Landa St Tuesday Jan 18 refresh ments from 9 and meeting at New members and guests are wel come All members having birthdays in January are asked to bring cookies Organizational meeting of Lasertoma will be held Jan 18 at pjn at 1480 Narcisus Street Call Shirley Littleton at 6296052 for information Dan Burt nationally acclaimed artist will speak at the Jan 18 meeting of the New Braunfete Art League at the down town building 239 W San Antonio The meeting begins at 7 p Jn The Garden Ridge Area Womens Club travels to New Braunfels on Wednes day Jan 19 The excursion starts from Paul Davis Park in Garden Ridge at and will include narrated tours of the Hummel and Sophienburg museums Call Evelyn Miller at 6519718 New Braunfels Mothers of Club reorganizational meeting Wednes day Jan 19 7 pjn at Adobe Restaurant on Hwy 81 For information call Janice Roth St Society will meet at2pjitlfThursdayjJan 20 in the Knights of ColumbusHall for Dearest Friends Our heartfelt Thanks for your loving support throughout Nelsons illness and passing Your visits cards flowers and prayers comforted Myrtle immensely and on that dismal day again your hearts were open to provide us with prayers supprt and delicious foods A special Thanks to Hospice for their support Dr Schele and his staff Dr Holtman Monsignor Bily of St Peter Paul The Nelson Nolle Family a Its A Lit1 Bit Country i Arts and Crafts Show Jan 13141516 Rolling Oaks Mail Loop 1604 at Naogdolies San Antonio Texas Regular Mall Hours Country traits Stitchery Items Paintings Pottery Dresses TShirts Wood Work Jewelry Collectables Matthews Prod 8177721942 The Capparelli Family brings the tradition to New Braunfels fand Opening January 12 510 pm we feature a traditional Italian menu such as pizza lasagna rigatoni veal or chicken parmesan fettuccini alfredo wonderful chef salads plus more Beer and wine are available Rated pizza in San Antonio Food has been featured in Texas Monthly and received various awards in San Antonio Italian Restaurant 6209094 IH 35 North New Braunfels Open daily 11am 10pm Fri Sat til 11pm Sun 11am 10pm Family Owned 4 Operated installation of officers New Braunfels Great Books Discus sion Group meets biweekly Thursday afternoons at Dittlinger Library We are beginning a new season new participants are welcome Call 6254187 Public Welcome Eagles Hall New Braunfels Friday January 14thTEEN DANCE S3 Cover LockIn Security Chapcronc Saturday January 15th Texas Connection Per Person Per Couple Special invite to high school students half price Bingo Every Thursday at lie Hall rental for Weddings Anniversaries and Reunions Best Dance Floor in Texas 6257243 COUNTRY CUJB Golfers Special Green Fee Cart fax included tax included WelaMaysafter PM Tee Time Required 2 golfers per cart Not valid with tournaments Proper attire required Membership available OFFER EXPIRES Jan 31 1994 6067351 Metro We are located 10min south of New Braunfels on IH 35 S at Exit 178 in our luMiitiful dining to irikv out Dragon Place Hours MondayFriday Lunch Dinner Saturday and Sunday Dinner 5lftOO I L Now Open on Monday Diiily Lunch Specials MONDAY Imperial Shrimp Beef Broccoli Sweet and Sour Pork Chicken with Black Bean Sauce TUESDAY Mongolian Beef or Broccoli Chicken Sweet and Sour Pork or Lemon Chicken WEDNESDAY Kung Po Chicken or Mushroom Beef Sweet and Sour Shrimp or Sweet and Sour Pork THURSDAY Pepper Steak or Chicken Chop Suey Lemon Chicken or Sweet and Sour Pork FRIDAY Moo Goo Oai Pan or Kung Po Chicken Imperial Shrimp or Sweet and Sour Pork Weekend Lunch Special 983 N Loop 337 New Bniuniels TX 2106089111 RUSH ROOM come enjoy lunch private dining hear Rush Limbaughs live radio show MonFri 112 dont forget Burger Madness burger fries drink tax five great selections Call 6201234 Take Off Pounds Sensibly meets at Thursdays at the hospital class room across the street from McKerma Hos pital Call 6258860 for information 1SGOV TRAVEL Sri Sun 440 flvW WiiTlAMS m 1 E Kurt RUBBflll ValHlmsr 430 Weekday GO MO cimis ELLIOTT iffia Sat Sun GRUMPYOIDMEN IACKUMMON tsa WALTER MATTHAU 30935 n 111 riiiini Sat Sun Weekdays 520 Only Beetas2nd CHARLES GRODIN El Weekdays Youll liugh igilnl 7X15 9DO Youll huil igtlnll 535 SPORTS PACKAGES Super Bowl World Cup Soccer prices available Come see us 6292215 133 Landa Street BRAUNTEX 6254411 290 W San Antonio ALL SHOWS good thru HEY KIDS You asked for TEEN DANCES ARE BACK sponsored by KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 111 Landa Street 711 pm LockIn Dance Admission Grades 58 only doors open piziaby Dance dales January 14 February 11 March 11 AprilS The lies In AUdanceschaperoned security is provided X FOOTBALL IN THE PEAR COME WATCH WIN Get your 50yard line seat right In front of the Big Screen TV which could be yours on Superbowl Sundayl Monday Night Chair Drawing Corns In and ask for details 1051 IH 35 New Braunfels GOOD MORNING All You Can Eat BREAKFAST BUFFET includes Fruit Bar 6AM11AMMonFri except holidays Senior Citizens 55 yrs or older 1153 Oasis New Braunfels 155 Hwy 46 S New Braunfels 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