New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 20, 1983, Page 9

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February 20, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment Harald-Zfitung Sunday, February 20, 1983 9A Nightlife On area screens Brauntex Theatre, 290 W, San Antonio — The Sting ll. Shows at 2:15, 4:15and7:15today; 7:15 and 9:15 on Monday. Also Spring Fever (PG). Show times 2, 4:15 and 7 today; 7 and 9:15 on Monday. Discount price on early show today, and all shows Monday. Cinema I&U, Walnut Square — The Dark Crystal (PG). Shows at 7:15 and 9 each night, with Sunday matinees at 1:15, 3:15 and 5:15 (discount show). Also Tootsie (PG), with nightly shows at 7 and 9:15. Weekend matinees at 1:30 and 4:15 p.m. (discount show). f Polar Bear k Ashburn'* rn The Very Best1 * * White Chocolate Ribbon HANDMADE FROM OUR FANCY CANDY SHOPPE In area clubs Heidelberg Halle, IH 35 North — Tonight, 6-10: Seven Dutchmen. Wolfgang’s Keller, 295 E. San Antonio — Bill Knight, Clark Marshall, Lyle Kirk and Tommy Marotte play jazz. Best You Can t East Just I SWEDISH FISH HANDMADE FROM OUR FANCY CANDY SHOPPE BRONCO’S 2 — 2 DAILY 'A'Tues. Ladies Night ★ Unescorted Ladies Drinks 25* * THURS. 85* LONG NECKS* "    ALL NIGHT    ^ HAPPY HOUR 2-9 •Draft 75* *L-Neck 85* •Call 95* •Well 85* IU 35 @ McQueeney Exit Courtyard Center    625-8133 MON. I FRI. 7:00 9:15 SAT. 2:00 4:15 7:00 9:15 TUES.•THURS. 7:00 SUN. 2:00 4:15 7:00 SAT. A SUN. BARGAIN AT 2:00 SENIOR CITIZENS ALWAYS SI .SO MOM ALI SLITS U M BRAUNTEX I 290 W San Antonio t»2&-4411 BRAUNTEX 2 JACKIE GLEASON • MAC DAVIS con is on... piece your bets! OWN 24 NOOtS KEST AIK ANT PANL Ahi HOLM. ftAfva    Lunch    &    Dinner    Specials WE11*)    Thru    March    15 NEW SPECIALS EVERY MONTH 11:00 AM 8:00 PM yj TI IM U_ DAILY CHICKEN FRIED STEAK W/CREAM " GRAVY........................*3.99 ih«u —N.    VV    ItfUuet- &    tomato, fries    & toast, dinner    salad ^ooaaauiiMj    or    soup MONDAY........RANCH BURGER W FRIES.....................*2.69 Hamburger pattie, bacon, cheese, lettuce, tomato, grilled muons on open sesame bun a. smoke sauce TUESDAY.......ENCHILADAS ...............................*2.99 Smothered t* chili, eheese I onion, brown beans «.    dinner    salad WEDNESDAY . .. HOT ROAST BEEF SERVED ON TO AST    *3.99 Topped with french fries, brown gravy w lettuce & tomato, dinner salad or soup THURSDAY CHILI CHOP STEAK W FRIES..................*3.99 Chopped steak smothered w chili, cheese & onions u lettuce & tomatoes FRIDAY  WSH * SHRIMP PLATTER.....................*3.99 ^|ountjt,r two shrimp, fries hush puppies slaw SATURDAY SCALETTI W MEAT SAUCE..................‘2.99 AU, YO! CAN KAT Carlie toast I dinner salad SUNDAY........ CHICKEN ITALIANO..................... *3.99 Tender chicken & spagetti smothered » meat sauce, garlic toast,    dmm r salad or soup We also offer our breakfast special at *1.99 served °2U hrs. daily Hwy. 46 S. at IH 35    625-9200 STATIOI LAHA Bar Restaurar.1 ll AM - 19 PM •STEAKS«BURGfRS SHRIMP A CATFISH DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS •Mio POI ATMS St Hit IO AT LUNCH ON mum h -QQCATAILS Charcoal Broiled Steaks ? Hamburgers Fresh Oysters on the Halt Shell Shrimp & Seafood WI JJU MIW BHAUMIK S rn no vm mu rue •in amici Dinars-VIm-M.C. iv PMT Mr—« foot Ut SM A Ternate usable items to: COMMUNITY SERVICE ANNEX 202 E. South St. M5M9- Country With Class” —SUNDAY— WE RE OPEN AT 3:00 P.M. FAJITAS    $2.50 Picther of Boar MONDAY AND TUESDAY LADIES DRINK 1; PRICE WEDNESDAY IS ROCK N ROLL NIGHT WITH ★ THE MAXw 2123 JOIN US FOH OUR SPECIAL BUS TRIP TO SEE THE SPURS VS PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS A RI Al or Al SIV OO INC I CDI s Came I uke) live Herr on the Bu. and Admi«.nm to tee THE MAX BLS Lr AVIS r.J SAI rJt) and RI TURNn Al 11 45 PM 262 W. Jahn St.    625-0389 (Two blocks from Century 21 Realty on S. Seguin) Comedy mismatch in March Circle Arts Theatre will open its 1983 season (styled “the Up and Moving Fifteenth”) on March 3 with Bill Manhoff’s romantic comedy The Owl and the Pussycat. The original Broadway production, starring Alan Alda, opened in November 1964. It was later adapted for the movie with Barbra Streisand and George Segal. The plot involves a stuffy, would-be author who lives in a San Francisco loft and spends part of his time spying on a “shady lady” with the aid of binoculars. Thanks to his complaints to the landlord, Felix suddenly finds a homeless lady of the night pounding on his door, expecting him to provide her with shelter for the night. Two more opposite people could not possible tangle. He deludes himself with pseudo-itellectualism. She is almost illiterate, but being street-wise takes on the challenge of Felix’ mind. Gary Sharrett and Teri Iask will play the title role. Sharrett was last seen as Mason Woods, the young law clerk in First Monday in October. He also played the title role in The Rainmaker last August. Lisk was last seen in the role of the accused murderess in Night of January 16th. Previous parts include Hodel in Circle Arts’ production of Fiddler on the Roof and Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar. A three-weekend run is scheduled, with a matinee at 4 p.m. on March 13 and a benefit show for the Community Service Center on March IO. Thursday, Friday and Saturday night shows will start at 8:15 p.m. Tickets and reservations are available at Krause Books, 625-4)251. Due to the mature subject matter, no children’s tickets will be sold. No loved ones should get news like this And yours don’t have to, Because now there’s Satelco The long-distance phone company that’s ready for those calls 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. lf your current monthly long distance phone bill is over $25, we can guarantee you savings from 8% to as much as 65% under Bell’s lowest rates. All you need is your regular phone and an urge to call your friends Because Satelco can put you in touch with any phone, anywhere in the continental USA, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the U S Virgin Islands. So get started with Satelco, before you start writing that long hard letter. And when your Mom says “Isn t this an awfully long call? . you can truthfully say “I can afford it. Call us today at 1-800-292-1007 or send in the coupon The sooner we start talking, the faster you’ll start saving r I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ^    Phone    (512)22b    222b    NB    2/29    J I d like more information on: □ Home □ Business □ Both Name  ______________________ Address __  ....,...,- ,, . u „ Qty_State___________ __ 2ip— Telephone No —_________ (8) Satelco. One Satelco Plaza, San Antonio, Texas 78205 Me int*-1 Oops! The Herald Zeitung was not quite accurate in stating that admission to Arts Encounter (set for I p.m. today in the Civic Center) was free. In fact, it will cost $1 to gain entry to this multi-media event. Admission to Circle Arts Theatre’s show, of Windows Are Only Solid Air at 4:30 p.m., will be $3. Proceeds will help defray the costs of taking this show to the American Festival of Community Theaters’ contest in San Antonio. Circle Arts will perform there this Friday, not Saturday, as stated in a previous issue of this newspaper. We regret the errors. Voice ofAQ-M The Singing Cadets will perform at Evans Auditorium in San Marcos at 4 p.m. Feb. 26. Advance discount tickets are available locally from Mrs. Amo Becker. Pictured above are the officers of the all-male singing group, with the school   mascot, Reveille. .v» V Your big t* ^chance to go * totally crazy! & WF Starring SUSAN ANTON SPRING ■FEVER Top Records By The Associated Press The following are hits for the week ending February 26 as they appear in Billboard magazine. Copyright 1983, Billboard Publications, Inc. Reprinted with permission. HOT SINGLES 1. “Baby, Come To Me” Patti Austin iQwest) 2. “Shame On The Moon” Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band (Capitol) 3. “Stray Cat Strut” Stray Cats (EMI-America) 4. “Billie Jean” Michael Jackson (Epic) 5. “Do You Really Want To Hurt Me” Culture Club (Virgin-Epic) 6. “Hungry Like The Wolf" Duran Duran (Capitol) 7. “You And I” Eddie Rabbitt & Crystal Gayle I Elektra) 8. “Down Under” Men At Work (Columbia) 9. “We’ve Got Tonight” Kenny Rogers & Sheena Easton (liberty) 10.”Pass The Dutehie" Musical Youth (MCA) TOP LPS 1. “Thriller” Michael Jackson (Epic) 2. “Built For Speed’’ Stray Cats (EMI-America) 3. “H20” Daryl Hall & John Oates (BCA) 4. “Business as Usual” Men At Work (Columbia > 5. "The Distance” Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band (Capitol) 6. “Frontiers” Journey (Columbia) 7. “Bio" Duran Duran (Capitol) 8. “Hello, I Must Be Going” Phil Collins (Atlantic) 9. “TotoIV” Toto (Columbia) 10.“Becords” Foreigner < Atlantic) COUNTRY SINGLES 1. "Why Baby Why” Charlie Pride (RCA) 2. “I.ast Thing I Needed First Thing This Morning,” Willie Nelson (Columbia) 3. “If Hollywood Don’t Need You” Don Williams (MCA) 4. “The Bose” Conway Twitty (Elektra) 5. "I Wouldn’t Change You If I Could” Bicky Skaggs (Epic) 6. “Faking Ixive,” T G. Sheppard & Karen Brooks i Warner-Curb) 7. “Swingin”’ John Anderson (Warner Bros.) 8. “Everything’s Beautiful (In Its Own Way)” Dolly Barton and Willie Nelson < Monument) 9. “Ain’t No Trick (It Takes Magic)” Use Greenwood I MCA) 10.“Honky Tonk Man” Marty Bobbins (Warner-Viva) 'King of Comedy' not funny The King of Comedy covers the same territory explored by Martin Scorsese and Bobert DeNiro in Taxi Driver. Again DeNiro plays the maniacal loner who uses violence to achieve his place in the sun. This time he is a would-be standup comic who achieves a national audition by terrorizing a late-night TV star. Scorsese is capable of building tension, but what is he trying to achieve? A comedy about the nature of fame? But he evokes only the most nervous of laughter. Is it a surreal view of television's insanities, like Network0. But instead of Paddy Chayefsky’s soaring words, we have actors improvising inane dialogue. The most interesting element of the film is Jerry Lewis as the ego-driven star. He is convincingly repelled by the events and shows promise of a real future as a dramatic actor. DeNiro has proved his skill with violence-prone characters, but he needs to change his act. Sandra Bernhard is persuasive as his cretinous accomplice. BOB THOMAS Associated Press f universal ate Tuai MON.-FRI. 7:15 9:15    S*T    & SUM SAT 2:15 4:15    BARGAIN    MAT. AT 2:15 SUN. 2:15 4:15 SENIOR CITIZENSAllBAYjlLM^ ;

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