New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 22, 1996, Page 8

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 22, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment New Braunfels Art League The 32nd annual Spring Art and Crafts Show will be blooming with creative works once again Memorial Day weekend in New Braunfels. Sponsored by the New Braunfels Art League, the show and sale will be held in the Civic center, 380 S. Seguin, from IO a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and from IO a.m. to S p.m. on Sunday.Names Visitors will find art works of all types — oil, watercolor, acrylic and pastel paintings; jewelry, wearable art, stained glass, padded photo albums, seashell shadow boxes, wood sculp* hire and other woodworks, Victorian accessories, dried floral arrangements, 3-E cutout works, soft sculpture, quilts, kitchen art, photography, leather access sones, footstools with feet and muchFortensky can*! make chia on $5,000 a month LOS ANGELES (AP) — Elizabeth Taylor’s estranged husband says he’s barely able to live off die $5,000 she sends him every month. Larry Fortensky — husband No. 7 for Taylor — says the money isn’t enough to support the lifestyle he enjoyed while the couple was together. In court papers filed Monday, he said the $5,000 payments only cover “bare expenses,” while Taylor makes about $5 million a year. Fortensky hasn’t specified the amount he wants. He also seeks access to Taylor’s financial records and $ 140,000 for legal fees. A June 20 hearing was set. Taylor, 64, filed for divorce in February. Fortensky, a construction worker, is 20 years her junior. A phone message left Tuesday for Taylor’s lawyer wasn’t returned.OraduatH atktd to •liminal* racism PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Tom Brokaw urged graduates of the University of Pennsylvania to eliminate racism in their lifetimes. “That can be your legacy,” the “NBO Nightly News” anchor said at Tuesday’s commencement. “You can lead the nation out of the quagmire of racial hostility, envy and oppression.” Brokaw was awarded an honorary degree from the Ivy League school. He sprinkled in a few moments of levity, including a comment about the appropriateness of the Class of 1996 graduating in 96-degree brat. “Let us move forward,” he said, “students and families, faculty and admin- more. Door prizes will be given hourly, and a flamed personally autographed print by Dalhart Windbag will be the grand door prize given at the end of the show. Admission is flee. (Submitted by Pat Deltz, publicity chair with the New Braunfels Art League.) istrators, friends and creditors. We’ve got lives to live, careers to pursue and parties to attend.”Worm wiggles claim throuah court NEWARK, NJ. (AP) —The Worm claims a tattoo T-shirt is too close for comfort. The heavily tattooed Dennis Rodman said a New Jersey company is trying to snatch the tattoos off his hack — and arms and chest — for a profit. So far, a federal judge agrees with the flamboyant forward for the Chicago Bulls. The judge has temporarily barred Fanatix Apparel Inc. from marketing a T-shiit that has images of tattoos on the back, sleeves and front. He set a May 28 hearing. Rodman’s tattoos include a baby’s face. The shirt also features a baby’s face. Fanatix President Mickey Goldschmidt, 24, who runs the company out of his parents’ Teaneck home, said his shirts’ tattoos are only “loosely based” on images from the basketball star, nicknamed the Worm.Kato swears publisher didnt tell the truth LOS ANGELES (AP) — Brian “Kato” Kaolin claims a publisher didn't tell the whole truth. Kaelin, whose own book deal with HarperCollins fell through, says in a federal lawsuit that the publisher used false advertising in distributing “Kato Kaelin: The Whole Troth.” He said the ads wrongly suggested he authorized the book, which contends Kaelin withheld evidence in O J. Simpson’s trial and lied on the wit- , ness stand. Kaelin denies the allege- ; bons. The shaggy-haired aspiring actor and Simpson’s former house guest said he agreed in December 1994 to develop a book, as long as he owned the material. After reading a draft in March 1995, he canceled the deal, according to the lawsuit, filed Monday. The writer and publisher released the bock without permission, Kaelin said. He seeks unspecified damages and a halt to the book’s sales. Representatives for the New York-based publisher could not be reached for comment.Drum beats to open Olympics ATLANTA (AP) — Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart is putting together a big drum production for the Olympics’ July 19 opening ceremony. The piece, created with composer Philip Glass and percussionist Zakir Hussain, will be performed by IOO Atlanta area musicians, the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games said Tuesday. “Mass drums joined together create a glorious sound of victory and triumph and character,” said Hart, who will not perform at the ceremony. On June 20, he will kick off the 31-city “Further Festival” tour in Atlanta, featuring two bands led by members of the Dead: Ratdog with Bob Weir and Rob Wasserman, and Hart’s Mystery Box. The Dead disbanded after guitarist Jerry Garcia died in August 1995. Accomplished military band brings its road show to New Braunfels The New Braunfels Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 71 IO and Ladies Auxiliary present the United States Air Force Air Education and Training Command “Band of the West” in concert at the New Braunfels Civic Center at 7:30 tonight. The U.S. Air Force AETC “Band of the West” is a musical organization with an outstanding record of achievement. Its members have been acclaimed as “America’s Musical Ambassadors,” winning the hearts of millions throughout the United States and Mexico. The AETC Band of the West travels at least 125,000 miles annually, providing more than 600 performances on military bases and mediS'Sponsored UgggUhroughout ' Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Louisiana 5nd Mexico. The band has played an important part in the musical life of the Southwestern United States for the last 53 years through regular performances with the Texas Bandmasters Association, the Texas Music Educators Association, and the International Association of Jazz Educators. The band has also performed in concert with the Dallas, San Anto nio and San Angelo symphony orchestras. One of the band’s most notable performances was the memorial service held for the astronauts of the Space Shuttle Challenger. In December 1992, the Band of the West was awarded its third “Colonel George S. Howard Citation of Musical Excellence for Military Concert Bands,” and was awarded its fifth oak leaf cluster to the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award in March 1992, for exemplary contributions to the Air Force recruiting and community relations programs. The Band of the West was also an integral part of the welcome home activities for American troops returning from Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf. The AETC Band of the West is an organization frat has earned its outstanding reputation one performance at a time. Admission is free, but you need a ticket. Tickets are available at Huddleston and CoJHoffmann Agencies, The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce, Jim’s Video and the Startz Cafe. For information, call Bob or Janice Quent at 625-6143. Band of the West Tickets ars free to tonight’s Band of the West concert at the Civic Center.Follies fabulously fun Parnell on tap at Gruene The New Braunfels Music Study Club (TFMC, NFMC) sponsored “Fabulous Fun Follies" the evening of May 9. Posad to dance the “Charleston” are (from left) Jo Ann Lemmon, Donna Smith, Barbara Hoods, and Ann Kleeman. Pat Pritchard, president, narrated the story of American Operetta form the 1920s up to the 1990s as correlated songs and dances were presented for the enjoyment of members and guests. NASHVILLE, Term. — Chart-topping country artist Lee Roy Parnell will be performing at Greene Hall in New Braunfels at IO p.m. on Thursday, June 6. With his fourth album. Lee Roy Parnell has unleashed the breakthrough album he has been building up to his whole life. Lee Roy Parnell Titled “We All Get Lucky Sometimes,” the album features the soulful country sound he’s known for as well as the fiery side guitar licks that have become Lee Roy’s trademark. In fact based on the strength of the third single, “Heart’s Desire,” Lee Roy’s album is charting higher than any of his previous three albums ever reached The single, which is the second No. I from the album, was preceded by the smash Top IO ballad, “When a Woman Loves a Man.” The album’s first single, “A Little Bit of You,” shot to No. I and the new single is titled, “Givin’ Water to a Drownin’ Man.” There are few contemporary country music artists with a history as rich as Lee Roy Parnell's. At the age of six, Lee Roy gave his first performance singing with the legendary Bob Wills, a family friend, on a Fort Worth radio station. As a teenager, Lee Roy was one of Kinky Friedman’s Texas Jewboys and went on to explore the Ausfin blues scene in its heyday. The native Texan was touched more by country than blues, however, and several trips to Nashville eventually led to Lee Roy's signing with Arista Records.Casting call made for ‘Red Stocking Revue9 The Community Service Center is once again producing the “Red Stocking Revue” as a major fund-raiser. This is a sparkling musical revue professionally staged by the “Jerome H. Cargill Producing Organization of New York.” Perfomances will be June 21, 22 and 23 at the New Braunfels Civic Center. Our director will turn you into a topnotch performer in just three weeks! Your talent in singing, dancing, acting or having a part in skits will be professionally directed, plus you’ll experience the thrill of being in a New York show. Anyone who wants to be in the show will be included. Do you have aspirations to be a theatrical star? Join us June 3 for an evening of enter tainment and to sign up! You are invited to our Director’s Party at 7 p.m. on Monday, June 3 at the historic Forke Store in the beautiful Conservation Plaza on Churchill Street At this party, the director will give us a general overview of the show and a preview of entertainment. Afterward, you’ll have the opportunity to sign up for your general area of interest. (You’ll need to be available for rehearsals for the three weeks prior to the show.) If you have any questions, call Jim and Melaney Beath, general chairpersons, 629-3016, or Carol Bissett, director’s party, 629-0262. (Submitted by the Community Service Center.) Circle Arts Theatre to nuture imagination in summer “Funshops” Picture the word “workshops,” then scratch through the “work” part of it, and you’ll have a better idea of the “funshops” Circle Arts Theatre is offering this summer. Geared for six- to 14-year-olds, the sessions will be aimed at exploration and discovery — exploration of imaginative ideas, and the discovery of the creativity that young people can put to positive use in learning about themselves. Registration for this summer version of The Fantasy Fact% will be ( held from 5 to 6 pm. on June 5. Classes will meet twice a week, starting July 9, each one lasting an hour and a half, on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Ages six to IO will meet from IO to 11:30 a.m., and ll- to 14-year-olds will meet from noon to 1:30 p.m. There will be a total of eight sessions for each group, the final rales on Aug. I. Each class is a contained unit, dealing with one of the many ‘Tools of the Actor,” and includes ensemble exercises, story telling, improvisations and “having fun with imagination.” Assisted by members of The Inner we learn together. (Submitted by Circle Arts Theatre’s \ Elizabeth Elliott.) Return engagement BR5-49 it coming back to Qnwot Hall. Wa are proud to hava Nashville’* hotteet new band play our ataga again. They take the stage tomorrow night from 7:30 to 11:30 pm. No covert The bast hillbilly band in town. BR5-49 captures the soulfulness, the menace and the good-time spirit of classic country and its bastard cousin, rockabilly. They play for tips and aam    ” ■ ;

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