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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 15, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                wngrapher gets exposure ril talent Community Service Center is once again producing the Red Stock 1 mg Revue as a major rundraiscr is a sparkling musical revue professionally staged by the Jerome R Cargill Producing Organization of New Peifomances will be June 21 22 and 23 at die New Braunfels Civic Center Our director will turn you into a topnotch performer in just three 4 Your talent in singing dancing act or having a part in skits will be directed PLUS youll the thrill of being in a New Yorkshow Anyone who wants to be in the show will be included v atrical star Join us June 3 for an evening of entertainment and to sign up You are invited to our Directors Party Monday June 3 at 7 pm at die historic Forke Store in the beauti ful Conservation Plaza on Churchill Street At diis party die director will give us a general overview of die show and a preview of entertainment After ward youll have die opportunity to rQUUB Hf J Youll need to be available for rehearsals for the three weeks prior to die We need you to make our show a great success If you have any questions please call Jim and Mslaney Beatii general MI New Braunfels resident Robert Fletcher was recendy notified that his photographs would be includedin die upcoming edition ofthe Stock Work book The Stock Workbopk an image catalogue widi national distribution is referred to as the Mother pflAll Source Workbooks within thephbto industry Containing images from photographers across the United States diis workbook on photo CD is used by publishers advertising agencies and others as a source pf photographs for books album cov ers textbooks travel brochures and bdier cbrnmercial applications All the images were taken in the New Braunfels or Canyon Lake area and include such things as die Guadalupc River an old closed gas statibn widi die pump showing 39 cents antique bottles and odwrsf Fletcher said He is represented by the TexStock Photo Inc stock photography agericy of Houston His association widi diis agency shows diat a litde luck never hurts Robert met die research editor of die agency while on the beach in Honolulu We chatted and die sub ject of photography came up She the editor told me to submit a portfolio for review after I retired I did and soon had a contract widi die agency Stodk photographs suchasvthese images are not normally big revenue producers but die exposure is invalu able in this particular market seg ment Robert moved to New Braunfels after retiring from active duty with die Navy in 1994 following a career in signals intelligence New Braunfels receives very favorable artist at to UwOakArtCenlei die Cbmmanaer in Chief Pacif icHeetiJpeirl Harbor I had time to relation stalls shoTaSTeddings and portraits Landa Pat Miller Seidel shoot a row Camera are very savvy business peo pui rogeincr puu pie and possess a wealth of technica models one of knowledge and experience anyone whom was a cast memoer 01 me rr7 series Birds shot on use They are a photographer s best Fletcher credits asset in New Brauntels Ed and tion Edward Reichert currently a resi dent of Canyon Lake is a native Tex an architect designer and artist He has combined regional national and international study and practice ofthe visual arts and architecture since 1936 His experience includes World War D centennial of the oldest church in Houston a Music and FJ Arts Series presented asdic first programs a special showingof Reicherts original paintings and archi tectural artwork togedwr widi his wife Elizabeth Reicherts photographic art work Both Edwards and Ef51 to Houaon involving over 400 Schertz VFW hatt plays host to South Texas Opi an 8315 is located at 1000 ve Converse 6581111 AmeruHtt inGruene Visit historic Gruene for our montih artists and craftsmen gather on the grounds ofthe Adobe Verde Restau rant and die Gruenewerks t All of your favorites will be back with their jams and jellies sauces and I dren in agsafe spent two weeks here in 1993 on my way back to Honolulu from Washington and fell in love with die Fletcher said I told my wife this was the place to retire and she agreed 1 to move here sight unseen widi us I knowing absolutely no I tography contest in Honolulu and a first place award at the 1994 Wurstfest Art Show have encouraged Fletcher In my last year of active duty twas on shore duty assigned to the staff of ration in goal Coming from a military background I real ized that what works successfully on New Braunfels has a very probusi ness atmosphere all you need to do is advantage of I came into photography late and getting me on step frorn a technical on projects for the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce the Hummel and Sophienburg museums the Modeling Agency in Austin former Marie 1 They have who attend the New Braunfels Middle School and OakRun Firsttime visitorsshould die army tank in front of me post A talented ensemble of musicians and vocalists is slated to perform a diverse and entertaining repertoire Soudi Texas Oprys will replace Buf falo Valley Jamborees which have been held at Post 8315 for over a decade to reach out to more people in a larger geographical area outside die Cibolo Valley The oprys also are expected to attract many wellknown performing artists from outside the local area versa VFWl FM 78 Schertz 65863J This Soudi Texas Opry is s Council Proceeds from ticket sales and a raffle will be used to help defray expenses ofthe Veterans Day Paradeto be held in Universal City this fall The public is welcome to attend and encouraged to cbme die best arcing anu scava For mohj information call 210 6581 6325 any day after noon much much more t t i L Swing v and collectibles We also have four superb restaurants for your dining plea sure Gmene hall the oldest continu ously operateddance hall in p Nunn on Sat Run i dont vpc calendar WcW bytMay 19 Jbr Natural andWestem Swing Festival This classic San Marcos isyent for families entertainment for all ages Historicalreenactments Visit Bowie and General Santa Annafrom the battle of die Alamo widi authentic costumes and J rK at Lanua roio is lit OJAJ a technical Middle School and OakRun local features more than just entertainmenjji lawn and enjoy tife sound of Texas iheoatnenng anHAe Texas boys legends of Western Swing including SngLi Jimmy Day Paul Glasse Flgrdj ShoppingBrpwsethroughtheTexasMar s LeQn R Team Alsup Johnny Cuviello and facturers artisansand growers on the Court CaH 512 ers Admission is free A catfish dinner is alsds house Square A signed commemorative J avaflable by reservation Odier food and poster bAmadoplna is available be available at the food court VisittheshopsdowntownforTexasclothmg The festival is Saturday May 18 from 10 food wines beer and more Be sure to look for he Hentage cran uerno to 6 m Sunday May 19 from noon 6 Vol Fire Ants and True Infidels Names New Braunfels Art League m fWKto litl from LOS ANGELES AP Actress Hunter Tylo says shes been evicted from Melrose Place because shes pregnant Tylo who quit her soap opera role as Dr Taylor Forrester on The Bold and The Beautiful to join die Miseries on FOX sued Spelling Entertainment Group and Spelling Television on Monday claiming wrongful termina tion breach of contract and employ ment discrimination Tylo 33 says she was offered the stillunnamed role on Place in February but was fold in April that her agreement to join the Melrose Place cast had been terminated because of hejpregnancy Tylo said she found out she was pregnant in March Spelling attorney Sally Suchil said in a statement Monday that Tylos char acter seemingly happily mamed woman who husband is simply incompatible with her preg forvino muktevtr for form Norma Jean Baker into wood bombshell Marilyn Sorvino who plays MonrodjAg HBOs upcoming Norma Jean anaa underwent an extenSfV8f makeover for the part she gaine weight donned countless wigs and popped in blue contact lenses h r Makeup artists also spent reshaping her eyebrows and lips and I gluing on four different types of lashes hlttory at WhIU HOMM WASHINGTON AP Richardl Dreyfuss recently got to experienced I bit of history and avoided die temptaJ tion to take a piece home widi him While in Washington last rnondifi the Kennedy Centers 25th anniversary I gala the star of Mr Hollands was invited by the Clintons to be an overnight guest at the White He Dreyfuss says he slept in dw bedroom and was greeted at I by President Clinton I called my kids from the Lincoln1 told People mag azine in its May 20 issue My daugh ter said Thats so cool Steal thing has had a taste of what it took to trans I already have enough of the pasC   

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