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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 28, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                Entertainment ttoraldZttaMf October Spotlight Texas star Native Texan actor Ray Stewart hat come home to costar with Eileen In Pkut now on stage at the ftetta DtMcr Playhovae In San This Nell Simon comedy opened and will run through It will be the Fiestas nexttolast Owners announced in Sep tember that this dinner theater on the citys northwest side would close for good on Stewart is probably best known for portraying the tall half of the gay couple Marty and Darryl in the television series Barney Fulton has been seen in millions of living rooms as Lisa of the daytime As the World For ticket call the Fiesta box office at Woodcreek willies The mystery Angel is into its second week at Woodcreek s Resort in produced by the Wimberley Performances are Friday through Sunday at 8 with a special matinee at The play will continue at 8 Borderline notes The University of Texas Center for Mexican American Studies will bring scholars and performers together today for a festivalsymposium on Tejano Encuentro Con La Musica Tejana will start at 9 in the Bates Recital Hall in It will feature talks by specialists in an music and as well as performances by Lydia Ignacio Montelongo and the San Angelobased El Conjunto Tejano music includes the danzas and coplas sung by the original Mexican population of Texas conjunto and orquesta dance music and music of the Chicano Free music The Winters Chamber Orchestra of Antonio will begin its eighth season of free concerts tonight at Trinity The concert is set for 8 in the Nightlife On area screens Brauntex 290 San Antonio Never Say Never Again PG and Beyond the Limit Show time Cinema Walnut Square Richard Here and Shows at 7 and 9 each Also The Final Terror Shows at and each In area clubs Wolfgangs 295 San Antonio Bill Knight at the Heidelberg Interstate 35 Halloween Costume Rock 91 with Fire Fox Satur day Crystal Loop 337 Bob Jenkins and the Dam Band Saturday Gordon and Candee Land and the costume prizes for best Gruene Gruene Joe Bobs Bar and Grill Band The Super Natural Family Band Lyle Texas Dance Bulverde Candee and Gordon and the Goolaks Alvin Crow and the Pleasant Valley Texas 262 Jahn rock and roll Prickly Pear 1051 Interstate 35 East 8 Annual Adult Halloween Fiddlin Highway 81 Halloween to 2 NOW OPEN Now Holding Weekly Tournaments Prizes Tuesday Pool Wednesday Darts Thursday Shuffleboard Starling at MJN A I oui j Luck HU YG II IUM 6259144 of driving f ot you down Share the ride Free Carpool Adi MMI44 Ruth Taylor Concert It will feature soloist Robert Pacult in Moiarts Clarinet The program also Includes Haydns Surprise Texas drama James Daniels will present his one man Sam Houston Standing in his Own Blood this Saturday at the Grand Opera House in Curtain time is 8 Daniels wrote the original script as a thesis for his Master of Fine Arts degree from Florida State It deals with littleknown details of Sam Houstons such as his first his life among the Indians and his war wounds that never The actorplaywright has per formed for the Oregon Shakespearean Festival and the Missouri Repertory Spook show At the Institute of Texan Cultures in San Halloween means more than candy and At Spooky this Sunday from 2 to 5 entire families can try bobbing for getting their fortunes making masks and decorating Guests are advised to bring their own but admission is Topping off the afternoon will be a showing of the 1943 classic Phantom of the Longlost bones Partly in honor of and partly for educational the Witte Museum in San Antonio will show the Walt Disney film My Dinosaur is Missing at this Saturday and Throughout this Witte visitors will receive a free Dinosaur a newspaper full of hints on everything from creating dinosaur Halloween outfits to making Pteranodonshaped kites to Airmen of note The Airmen of premier jazz ensemble the Air will perform at 8 1 at the University of Texas Bates Recital Hall in Tickets are For call German writer to tape show German author Thomas Jeier will tape a special show tonight at the Fiddlin Highway Jeier will meet the club crowd from 810 and begin taping his show at 10 He will take the show back to Germany for Jeier is will stop in New Braunfels as part of a state His stop here is sponsred by the Fid dlin Cherokee and the San Antonio Convention and Visitors Jeier was born April 1947 in and grew up in After high school and training he became and editor and editorinchief of a juvenile Since 1972 he has worked as a freelance He has written more than 50 nonfiction books and and juvenile and travel He enjoys writing travel books on the history and changes of the American He has won several awards for his THOMAS JEIER writer 3a JOE BOBS BAR t GRILL BAND THE SUPER NATURAL BAND SUN LYIE LOVETT 48 No Cover 3 ThunoVrbinb A Gift to the CAMCER SOCIETY MEMORIAL PROGRAM goes a long way in cancer Halle A Paradise Paradise IH 35 Mew Braunfels PHONE helps put CBS back on top LOS ANGELES AP pushed out of first place in the Nielsen ratings by ABCs World Series was back on top for the week ended 23 on the strength of two detective series and a prime time soap According to figures released Tuesday by the Nielsen CBS regained first place as Simon Simon came in first and Dallas and tied for CBS had won the first two weeks of the fall but fell to second last week during ABCs telecast of the baseball CBS had five shows in the Top back in second had three shows at the and third place NBC had CBS won the ratings with a network average of ABC was second with and NBC was third with The networks say this means that in an average primetime percent of the nations television homes were tuned to CBS during the ratings At the end of the seasons first four CBS was first with a rating of ABC was second with and NBC was third with ABCs Dynasty chief competitor of the most watched primetime Dallas was NBCs The ATeam was The lowestranking show was NBCs For Love and The five bottom in descending were NBCs The Yellow CBS Cutter to and NBCs First The Rousters and For Love and BRONCOS 2 4 TILL9 MIX DRINKS DRAFT 85 LONG NECKS ALL NITE 89 DANCE TILL 2 OPEN AT 6 PM 8TILL9 IH 35 n McQueemv tyjrd Ctnter t258133 For evening news CBS remained in first place with a rating of NBC was second with and ABC was third with Here are the weeks 20 top programs Simon a rating of or million or or or The or 60 or or The Fall or Falcon or or NFL Football Los Angeles Raiders Dallas or NFL Washington Redskins Green Bay or or or 1 Hill Street or of San or or The Love or or or Chili CookOff Giant Yard Sale Also Featuring The Republic Of Texas Militia Gun Slingers Halloween Party Dance To The Music Of DOUG BUIE PRESENTS OCTOBER 1913 FIRE FOX HALLOWEEN COSTUME ROCK PARTY Dress as your favorite Ghoul or Goblin BEST Costume Contest OCTOBER 1983 AL DEAN a King of the CottonEyed Joe CottonEyed Joe Contest COMING EVENTS 1983 Fire Fox Rock 1983 Al Dean CW 1983 Fast Forward Rock 1983 Silver Wings CW 1983 3Band Country Day 1983 Chariot Rock 1983 Velvets CW 1983 Stormy CW 1983 Firelox Rock OPEN ENTIRE WURSTFEST WEEK WITH LIVE MUSIC NIGHTLY Deadeye is coming BRING YOUR BOTTLE We Specialize In Cold Beer Wine Selups Snax Doors Bar Open 8 PM Dance 91 Located 1 mile North of Holiday Inn IN 35 In Historic New Braunfels Ticket Info 512 6252577 512 6259814 At Shawns Trading Post Lake McQueeney Estates 5576150 Be Sure to read Fridays Classifieds for more real estate and realtors listings Support the March of Dimes IBIRTH DEFECTS FOUNDATIONI NEW MOVIES IN NOW TUESDAY WimfiaDAY COMAL OLD FASHIONED HAMBURGERS al OLDFASHIONED PRICES 5 for iiJAMISIOND SHOWTIMES 4 4 4 20 BARGAIN SAT MAT I MON NIGH ALL SEATS 4 SUN 4 FBI MO 110 LOOP 137 137 NtW BRALNFELS BES1 IN COUNIHY MUSIC Friday October 21 Bob Jenkins Halloween Coitums Party Prizes For Best Costume RING THIS AD FOR ONI FRff ORDtt OF FilfS   

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