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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, Jan. 12,1994 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ 9 SPOTLIGHT ON .. State leader reports arts essential to economy GOOD WORDS FROM TC A... In ti*latest newsletter from the Texas Commission on the Aits, State Representative Henry Cuellar had ilizabeth    some good lliott    things to say about the value f the arts in Texas, and I’m more an happy to quote him! “Every year, artistic performances, orkshops and museums bring in u nions of dollars in state revenue y attracting out-of-state arts devo-es and corporate investment in rtistic communities. Many businesses that relocate to 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 can’t afford to spend money on the arts. But, as TCA Executive Director John Paul Batiste pointed out in the Commission’s latest report, we cannot afford NOT to support the arts. The report states that the arts are at the heart of our economic strength,...assisting us in our invention, 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 Commission has kept its word. ‘Texans everywhere must maintain their commitment to the arts, in appreciation for all that they contribute to our lives. By creating jobs for artists and attracting tourists and out-of-state business and investments, the arts in Texas genuinely contribute to our economy. And by speaking to our hearts and encouraging our own creativity, the arts bring the diverse elements of our culture closer together and enhance all of our lives.” Thanks, Mr. Cuellar. I couldn’t have said it better. YOUNG ARTIST COMPETI- - TION...The battle of the black and white keys will be held during the day, on Jan. 15, in the Fine Arts Building at Texas Lutheran College, when the Mid-Texas Symphony sponsors its annual Young Artist Competition. Coming from colleges and universities across the state, students from two categories will compete, undergraduate and graduate. At 2:30 p.m. that day, a reception will be held to celebrate all the participants of the competition. At 3:30 p.m., following the reception, the finalists will perform again, giving judges another chance to decide who’ll 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 Jackson Auditorium. That’s when their music makes us ALL winners! THE QUILT GUILD...New Braunfels area quilters will meet at the NB Christian Church Fellowship Hall, Loop 337, at 10:30 a.m. this coming Saturday, when they'll learn more about Creative Color from Libby Lehman. It sounds to me as if someone’s trying to gild the lilies. If anybody knows about “creative color'’ it’s those artistic quilters! REMINDER The sale of Circle Arts Theatre's 1994 season passes will end this Saturday, with only a few of those money-savers left at Kristi's on San Antonio St. and Chi-na-n-Things in Lands Plaza Shopping Center. Don’t say I didn't warn you. ('Elizabeth Elliott is the founder and executive director of Circle Arts Theatre.) Rio Grande Rafting Spring Break '94 Camp Music with Rusty Wier 620-9653 e’ro Meeting Canyon Lake Democrats will meet an. 13 at 7 p.m. at Carol’s next to the itching Post in Saltier. Candidates for the Rooming election will be present Public nvited. The board of directors of the Comal bunty MHMR Center will meet Thurs-ay, Jan. 13 at 4:30 p.m. at the Comal developmental Center, 511 North St The New Braunfels Music Study Club ITMC, NFMC] will have its next meeting hursday, Jan. 13 at the home of Ann Klee-ian, 1435 Flaming Oak. Members will articipate in a Founders Day observance lus a study of Brahms Organ, piano and 'toral music performances will be given in i(-nor of the composer Johannes Brahms, leering time is 7:30 p.m. The local chapter of Home Economists 9 Home and Community will meet hursday, Jan. 13 at 11:30 am. at Boconncs Restaurant located at 14415 Blanco Road. burst speaker will be Gwen Hudspeth and the will speak on AMPL For membership rn formation call Jean Young son at 496->344. The Retired Eagles Activities Club vill meet on Jan. 16 at Eagles Hall from 2 rn. to 6 pm. Members are to bring a cake n cookies for the afternoon. The New Braunfels Optimist Club will neet Monday, Jan. 17 at 6:30 p.m. at inekel’s and the program will be the ‘Spir-t of‘76’ and their work toward a museum a New Braunfels. Speakerwill be Ralph Vail. New Braunfels Breastfeeding Support Group will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 18 at the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church. All breastfeeding moms and moms-to-be are invited to attend. For information, call Dana at 625-1240 or Stephanie at 620-1545. American Association of Retired Persons will be held at the Senior Citizen Center, 655 Landa St Tuesday, Jan. 18. refreshments from 9 arn. and meeting at 9:30 a.m. New members and guests are welcome. All members having birthdays in January are asked to bring cookies. Organizational meeting of Lasertonia will be held Jan. 18 at 7:30 p.m. at 1480 Narcisus Street Call Shirley Littleton at 629-6052 for information Dan Burt, nationally acclaimed artist, will speak at the Jan. 18 meeting of the New Braunfels Art League at the downtown building, 239 W. San Antonio The meeting begins at 7 pm. The Garden Ridge Area Women’s Club travels to New Braunfels on Wednesday, Jan. 19. The excursion starts from Paul Davis Park in Garden Ridge at 9:30 a.rn. and will include narrated tours of the Hummel and Sophienburg museums. Call Evelyn Miller at 651 -9718. New Braunfels Mothers of Twins Club reorganizarional meeting, Wednesday, Jan 19 7 pm. at Adobe Restaurant on Hwy. 81. For information, call Janice Roth, 629-2332______ St Ann’s ^{u;lstl*^. Mothers Altar Society will meet at 2 p.m. Thurs<tay*Jan. 20 in die Knights of Columbus flail for Dearest Friends, Our heartfelt 'Thanks " for your loving support throughout Nelson's illness ami passing. Your visits, cards, flowers and prayers consorted 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. Scheie and his staff, Dr. Holtman & Monsignor Bily of St. Peter & Paul. The Nelson Nolte Family 'n' %mfoc %V    Vc    aff    .ti It's A Lit11 Bit Country Arts and Crafts Show Jan. 13-14-15-16 Rolling Oaks Mall Loop 1604 at Nacogdoches San Antonio, Taxes Regular Mall Hours Country frails • Slit chary Hams Paintings • Pottery Woodwork Drossos - T-Shirts Jewelry • Collectables Matthews Prod. 817-772-1942 The Capparelli Family brings the tradition to New Braunfels! January 12    5-10    pm we feature a traditional Italian menu such as pizza, lasagna, rigatoni, veal or chicken parmesan, fettuccini albedo, wonderful chef salads plus more. Beer and wine are available. Rated #1 pizza in San Antonio. Food has been featured in Texas Monthly and received various awards in San Antonio.Dapparelli's Italian Restaurant 520-9094    1561 IH 35 North New Braunfels Open daily 1 lam - 10pm, Fri. & Sat. til 11pm, Sun I lam - 10pm Family Owned & Operated installation of officers. New Braunfels Great Books Discussion Group meets bi-weekly Thursday afternoons at Diblinger Library. We are beginning a new season, new participants are welcome. Call 625-4187. os- Public Welcome °e,.0 ® Eagles Hall New Braunfels ** Friday, January 14th-TEEN DANCE 7:30-11:30 S3 Cover Lock-In • Security • Chaperone Saturday, January 15th - Texas Connection C&W 8:30-12:30 S5 Per Person $9 Per Couple Special invite to high school students • half price Bingo Every Thursday at 7 OO p rn Lie. #1-74 1328848 5 Hall rental for Weddings, Anniversaries and Reunions Best Dance Floor in Texas    625-7243 COLIN I RY CLUB Golfers Special! Green Fee & Cart $20.00 (tax included) $25.00 (tax included) Weekdays after    •. •,, v,«    Weekends atter -    -    -    1:00    PM    ’    1:00    PM * Tee Time Required.    * Not valid with tournaments. * 2 golfers per cart.    * Proper attire required. * Membership available. OFFER EXPIRES Jan. 31, 1994 606-7351 (Metro) We are located 10 min. south of New Braunfels on IH 35 S. at Exit 178" Service id «uir (xMtiiilnl dining room oi orders W" to take oui if rn Dragon Place Hours MondayFruiay Lunch ll 2:30 Diluter 5-10-00 Saturday and Sunday Lunch 11:30 2:30 Dinner 5 10.00 ft, Now Open un Munday Daily Lunch Specials $3.95 MONDAY Imperial Shrimp, Beef & Broccoli. Sweet and Sour Pork, Chicken with Black Bean Sauce TUESDAY Mongolian Beef or Broccoli Chicken Sweet ami Sour Pork or Lemon Chicken WEDNESDAY Kung Po Chicken or Mushroom Beef Sweet and Sour Shrimp or Sweet and Sour Polk THURSDAY Pepper Steak or Chicken Chop Suey Lemon Chicken or Sweet and Sour Pork FRIDAY Mix) Goo Gat Pan or Kung Po Chicken Imperial Shrimper Sweet and Sour Pork Weekend Lunch Special $5.25 983 N Lev ip 337 v New braunites 210-608-9111** RUSH ROOM come enjoy lunch & private dining hear Rush Limbaugh’s live radio show Mon -Fri 11-2 don't forget Burger Madness burger, fries, drink & tax - five great selections. 4.49lifplly Joe's.FUN FOOD SPIRITS Call 620-1234 Take Off Pounds Sensibly meets at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays at foe hospital classroom acres* foe street from McKenna Hospital. Call 625-8860 for information. jseosr MDC    8a.-Sun. DOUBTFIHE WU.KIA MS rn 4*0 7:15 9*0 T ami I Kurt Russell    Weekdays Val Kilmer 5)    4307009.30 CHRIS ELLIOTT K33 Sat. - Sun. ICO 3:10 5:15 720 9:10 Weekday* 5:15 730 9:10 GMJMPYOLDMIN |ACK LEMMON (ED)    7:30 9 35 WALTER MATTHAU    Weekday* t1 limn J Ml'hi    Sat . Sun 111111 ««« J- Weekday* JHlTi —520 Only Beatas 2nd C H A RI.ES GRODIN [HI Sat - Sun. 525 730 9:15 Weekday* 730 9:15 walla You M Uufh tf«inl You H hurl .|.lnll JJT) Sat. • Sun. 1.05 330 505 705 900 Weekday* 5-Ok 7-OS OOO SPORTS PACKAGES Super Bowl World Cup Soccer prices available -Come see us! 629-2215 133 Landa Street BRAUNTEX 625-4411 290 W. San Antonio $1.00 ALL SHOWS $1.00 Hast* good 1/7 thru 1/13/94 Sat. - Sun. Tisss«ns& ms.4,ts>i 5:15 7:15 9:15 JOH* UMOH! Iou! re (vol mw* Sat. - Sun. 200400 700 9001 Weekdays 500 700 900 FOOTBALL IN THE PEAN COME WATCH & WIN! Get your 50-yard line seat right In front of the Big Screen TV -which could be yours on Superbowl Sunday! Monday Night Q.B. Chair Drawing & _ Cam I* an* ask tor details. WW* 1051 IH 35, New Braunfels GOOD MORNING! All You Cart EatBREAKFAST BUFFET includes Fruit Bar 6AM - 11AM Mon-Fri (except holidays)4.99 Senior Citizens (55 yrs. or older) 2.99 1153 Oasis, New Braunfels 155 Hwy 46 S. • New Braunfels • 625-9200 ;