New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 28, 1983, Page 8

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October 28, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 28, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas *• - ca Spotlight Texas star Native Texan actor Ray Stewart has come home to co-star with Eileen Fulton in Plan Suita, now on stage at the Fiesta Dinner Playhouse in San Antonio. This Neil Simon comedy opened Tuesday, and will run through Nov. 27. It will be the Fiesta’s next-to-last show. Owners announced in September that this dinner theater on the city’s northwest side would close for good on Jan. I. Stewart is probably best known for portraying the tall half of the gay couple Marty and Darryl in the television series "Barney Miller.” Fulton has been seen in millions of living rooms as Usa of the daytime drama, "As the World Turns.” For ticket information, call the Fiesta box office at 494-7793. Woodcreek willies The mystery play. Angel Street, is into its second week at Woodcreek Resort in Wimberley, produced by the Wimberley Players. Performances are Friday through Sunday at 8 p.m., with a special matinee at 2:30Sunday. The play will continue at 8 p.m. Nov. 4-5. Borderline notes The University of Texas’ Center for Mexican American Studies will bring scholars and performers together today for a festival-symposium on Tejano music. “Encuentro Con La Musica Tejana” will start at 9 a.m. in the Bates Recital Hall in Austin. It will feature talks by specialists in anthropology, music and folklore, as well as performances by Lydia Mendoza, Ignacio Montelongo and the San Angelo-based band, El Conj unto Bernal. "Tejano music” includes the decimas, danzas and coplas sung by the original Mexican population of Texas: con junto and orquesta dance music and music of the Chicano movement. Free music The Winters Chamber Orchestra of <San Antonio will begin its eighth season of free concerts tonight at Triaity University. The concert is set for 8 p.m. in the Ruth Taylor Concert Hall. It will feature soloist Robert Pacult in Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto. The program also includes Haydn’s "Surprise” Symphony. Texas drama James Daniels will present his one-man show. Sam Houston: Standing in his Own Blood this Saturday at the Grand Opera House in Uvalde. Curtain time is 8 p.m. Daniels wrote the original script as a thesis for his Master of Fine Arts degree from Florida State University. It deals with little-known details of Sam Houston’s life, such as his first marriage, his life among the Indians and his war wounds that never healed. The actor-playwright has performed for the Oregon Shakespearean Festival and the Missouri Repertory Theatre. Spook show At the Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio, Halloween means more than candy and E.T. masks. At "Spooky Sunday,” this Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m., entire families can try bobbing for apples, getting their fortunes told, making masks and decorating pumpkins. Guests are advised to bring their own pumpkins, but admission is free. Topping off the afternoon will be a showing of the 1943 classic film, Phantom of the Opera. Long-lost bones Partly in honor of Halloween, and partly for educational purposes, the Witte Museum in San Antonio will show the Walt Disney film My Dinosaur is Missing at 10:30 a.m. this Saturday and Sunday. Throughout this week, Witte visitors will receive a free "Dinosaur Daily,” a newspaper full of hints on everything from creating dinosaur Halloween outfits to making Pteranodon-shaped kites to fly. Airmen of note The Airmen of Note, premier jazz ensemble qf the U.S. Air Force, will perform at 8 p.m. Nov. I at the University of Texas’ Bates Recital Hall in Austin. Tickets are free. For information, caU 471-5401. Nightlife On area screens Brauatex Theatres, 290 W. San Antonio — Never Say Never Again (PG) and Beyond the Limit (R). Show time 7:15. Cinema IAI!, Walnut Square — Richard Pryor. Here and Now. Shows at 7 and 9 each night. Also The Final Terror (PG). Shows at 7:15 and 9:15 each night. In area clubs Wolf gang's Keller, 295 E. San Antonio — BUI Knight at the piano. Heidelberg Halle, Interstate 35    — Halloween Costume Rock Party, 9-1 tonight, with Fire Fox; Saturday: Al Dean. Crystal Chandelier, Loop 337 — tonight, Bob Jenkins and the Dam Band; Saturday night, Gordon and Candee Land and the Goolaks, costume party, prizes for best costume. Greene Hah, Greene — tonight, Joe Bob’s Bar and Grid Band; Saturday, The Super Natural Family Band; Sunday, Lyle Lovett. J I lf LLL: LL ll Lift:' FX 1306 V Son Antonio 67 3 1050 J NOW OPEN! Now Holding Weekly Tournaments-Prizes!! Tuesday * Pool Wednesday - Darts Thursday - Shuffleboard Starting at 7:00 p.m. Com© Test Your Shill b Luck We re Gonna Spoil Yo1 FUN Al ll 3 BEST! 625-9144 German writer to tape show German author Thomas Jeier will tape a special show tonight at the Fiddlin’ Cherokee, Highway 81. Jeier wiU meet the club crowd from 8-10 p.m. and begin taping his show at IO p.m. He wiU take the show back to Germany for broadcast. Jeier is wiU stop in New Braunfels as part of a state tour. His stop here is sponsred by the Fiddle Cherokee and the San Antonio Convention and Visitors Bureau. Jeier was bom April 24, 1947 in Minden, and grew up in Frankfurt-Main. After high school and training he became and editor and editor-in-chief of a juvenile magazine. Since 1972 he has worked as a free-lance writer. He has written more than 50 non-fiction books and novels, and juvenile and travel books. He enjoys writing travel books on the history and changes of the American West. He has won several awards for his writing. THOMAS JEIER ...German writer Fla . JOE BOB’S BAR 8 GRILL BAND off M THE SUPER NATURAL FAMILY BAND JfL LYLE LOVETT 4-8 No Cover m. OOO Nev. 3 Fabulom Thunderbird^ OOO COMING Nov. IO Jerry Jtff Walker OOO *25-0142 or *25-0*64 Set-Up* Beet-VVim A Gift to the AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY MEMORIAL PROGRAM goes a long way in cancer control. Heidelberg Halle A Dancers Paradise IM 35 New Braunfels PHONE (512) 625-2577 'Simon&Simon' helps put CBS back on top Texas Dance Had. Bulverde — tonight, Candee and Gordon Land, and the Goolaks; Saturday, Alvin Crow and the Pleasant VaUey Boys. Texas Junction, 262 W. Jahn — rock and roU night. Prickly Pear Bar, 1051 Interstate 35 East — 8 p.m. Monday, Annual Adult Halloween Happening. Fiddlin’ Cherokee, Highway SI — Monday, Halloween Party, 8p.m. to 2 a.m.. LOS ANGELES (AP) — CBS, pushed out of first place in the Nielsen ratings by ABC’s World Series coverage, was back on top for the week ended Oct. 23 on the strength of two detective series and a primetime soap opera. According to figures released Tuesday by the A.C. Nielsen Co., CBS regained first place as "Simon & Simon" came in first and "Dallas” and "Magnum, P.I.” tied for second. CBS had won the first two weeks of the fall season, but fell to second last week during ABC’s telecast of the baseball championship. CBS had five shows in the Top IO. ABC, back in second place, had three shows at the top, and third-place NBC had two. CBS won the ratings with a network average of 18.0. ABC was second with 16.8, and NBC was third with 15.8. The networks say this means that in an average prime-time minute, 18.0 percent of the nation’s television homes were tuned to CBS during the ratings week. At the end of the season's first four weeks, CBS was first with a rating of 18.0, ABC was second with 17.9 and NBC was third with 15.4. ABC’s "Dynasty” — chief competitor of the most-watched prime-time serial, "Dallas" — was fourth. NBC’s "The A-Team” was fifth. The lowest-ranking show was NBC’s "For Love and Honor." The five bottom shows, in descending order, were NBC’s "The Yellow Rose,” CBS’ "Cutter to Houston." and NBC’s "First Camera,” “The Rousters” and "For Love and Honor.” BRONCOS*^* For evening news shows, CBS remained in first place with a rating of 12.7, NBC was second with 10.6 and ABC was third with 9.7. Here are the week’s 20 top programs: 1. "Simon & Simon,” CBS, a rating of 26.6 or 22.2 million households. 2. "Dallas,” CBS, 25.3 or 21.2 million. 2. Tie- ’Magnum, P.I.,” CBS, 25.3 or 21.2 million. 4. "Dynasty,” ABC, 25.0 or 20.9 million. 5. "The A-Team,” NBC, 24.9 or 20.8 million. 6. "60 Minutes,” CBS, 23.8or 19.9 million. 7. Movie-"Policewoman Centerfold,” NBC, 23.6 or 19.7 million. 8. "The Fall Guy,” ABC, 23.0 or 19.2 million. 9. "Falcon Crest," CBS, 22.2 or 18.6 million. 10. "Hotel,” ABC, 21.4 or 17.9 million. 11. NFL Football Special, Los Angeles Raiders vs. Dallas Cowboys, ABC, 20.7 or 17.3 million. 12. NFL Football, Washington Redskins vs. Green Bay Packers, ABC, 20.4 or 17.0 million.. 12. Tie-"Knots landing,” CBS, 20.4 or 17.0 million. 12. Tie-’‘Scarecrow & Mrs. King,” CBS, 20.4 or 17.0 million. 15. "HIU Street Blues,” NBC. 20.1 or 16.8 million. 16. Movie-‘‘Women of San Quentin,” NBC, 19.7 or 16.5 million. 17. "AfterMASH," CBS, 19.5 or 16.3 million. 18. "The Love Boat,” ABC, 19.4 or 16.2 million. 18. Tie’ Remington Steele," NBC, 19.4 or 16.2 million. 18. Tie-"The Jefferson," CBS, 19.4 or 16.2 million. & ADMI 13.50 PRESENTS FRIDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1983 FIRE FOX HALLOWEEN tr COSTUME ROCK PARTY ‘‘Drats at your favorite Ghoul or Goblin” _BIST    Coalumt    Contest_ SATURDAY. OCTOBER 29.1013 AL DEAN St "King of the Cotton-Eyed Joe” _Cotton-Eyed    Joe    Contest_ COMING EVENTS Fri., Oct. 28, 1983 Fire Fox Rock Sat. Oct. 29, 1983 Al Dean C W Fri., Nov. 4, 1983 Flit Forward Rock Sat. Nov. 5, 1983 Silver Wings C W Sun. Nov. 6, 1983 3-Band Country Day Mon. Nov. 7, 1983 Chariot Rock Tues. Nov. 8, 1983 Velvets C W Wed., Nov. 9, 1983 Stormy C W Thurs. Nov. 10. 1983 Firefox Rock OPEN ENTIRE WURSTFEST WEEK WUN LIVE MUSIC NIGHTLY!! Deadeye is coming! BRING YOUR BOTTLE We Specialize in Cold Beer Wine Set up* & Sn** Doors & Bar Open 8 PM Dance 9-1 Located I mite North of Holiday inn IM 35 In Historic Hew Braunfels Tx Ticket Info (512) 625-2577 (512) 625-9814 I DAILY MIX DRINKS A DRAFT THURS. 85* LONG NECKS ALL NITE FRI. 3 + 4*1 8-9 DANCE TILL 3 SAT. OPEN AT 4 PM 3 + 4*1* STILL9 IM 35 (<l Mc (J lit**'ne v I xii ( our I'yard (enter    c>25-8133 Support the <§> March of Dimes IBWTH DEFECTS FOUNDATION I ssr\video ••vt: Coat driving gat yon dawn? Share the ride! Free Carpool Ads COMAL IBOWLI OLD FASHIONED HAMBURGERS al OLDFASHIONED PRICES crystal CHAN!»iLJ£Jl LOOP 337 - NI VI BRAUNFELS “HLS! 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