New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 22, 1985, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 22, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 22, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment Hcrald-Zeitiing Thursday, August 22, 1985 6A Country music finalists listed NASHVILLE (AP) - Here is a list of the finalists for the 19th annual Country Music Association awards: Entertainer of the Year: Alabama; Lee Greenwood; Reba McEntire; Ricky Skaggs; George Strait. Male Vocalist of the Year: Lee Greenwood; Gary Morris; Ricky Skaggs; George Strait; Hank Williams Jr. Female Vocalist of the Year: Rosanne Cash; Janie Fricke; Em-mylou Harris; Reba McEntire; Anne Murray. Single of the Year: “Baby’s Got Her Blue Jeans On” by Mel McDaniel; “Country Boy” by Ricky Crossword Skaggs; “Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind?” by George Strait; “Highwayman” by Willie Nelson; Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson; “Why Not Me?” by the Judds. Album of the Year: “Country Boy” by Ricky Skaggs; “Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind?" by George Strait; “40 Hour Week” by Alabama; “My Kind of Country” by Reba McEntire; “Why Not Me?” by the Judds. Vocal Group of the Year: Alabama; Exile; the Judds; the Oak Ridge Boys; the Whites. Vocal Duo of the Year: Moe Bandy ACROSS 1 Star of — 6 On : boozing 10 Bryophyte 14 Peace deity 15 Additional 16 Things done 17 Build 18 Pitiable 19 Undoubted 20 Malayan ungulates 22 Lien 24 Spoke 26 Armed force 27 Described 31 Container 32 Mete out 33 Chomps 35 Gulf 38 Bearing 39 Non-goals 40 Cheese 41 Apprehend 42 Watchband 43 Negative contraction 44 Mink or seal 45 Neighbor of Kansas 47 Guided 51 Diner sign 52 Of Greece 54 Relative 58 Uttered 59 Big wind 61 NYSE unit 62 Chew out 63 "Old Dog —" 64 Unvoiced 65 Trussed 66 — Park 67 Facing a glacier DOWN 1 Parliament 2 Irish exclamation 3 Asst to a pres 4 Cut 5 Draw away 6 Utility unit 7 Prosperity 8 "--  with    a View" 9 Balconies 10 Leeway 11 The briny 12 Theater area 13 Vendmgs 21 Convene 23 Pewter coins 25 Exclude 27 Condemn 28 Lamb s other PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED name 44 Chopped down 29 Academy 46 Some grads freshman 47 Abridged 30 Parlor piece 48 Felt sun hat 34 Conical tent 49 Inspirit 35 Mars 50 Chronicle 36 Arena 53 Clothed 37 Changed pref 55 Mexican sand 39 Power wich 40 Army VIP 56 Strife deity 42 Unfaltering 57 Soaks 43 Virtuosos 60 Storm center nm wpm rn t [flu 5 ALVIN Aug. 2*th V CR()W NO COVER * lo I p.m. DAVID HALLEY Sun.    & Aug. 25tn RAUL GLASSE ■wan sfcnssu R FEATURE TIMES 2:00 4:15 7:00 9:15 and Joe Stampley; Ray Charles and Willie Nelson; Barbara Mandrell and Lee Greenwood; Anne Murray and Dave leggins; Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers. Instrumental Group of the Year: Alabama, Exile, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band; the Ricky Skaggs’ Band; the Whites’ Band. Music Video of the Year: “All My Rowdy Friends Are Cornin’ Over Tonight" by Hank Williams Jr.; “America” by Waylon Jennings; “Country Boy” by Ricky Skaggs; “Highwayman” by Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson; “Second Hand Horoscope By Stella Wilder THURSDAY, AUGUST 22 Born today, you are a strong . forthright. ambitious individual who will stop at nothing to achieve what you want This is fine. as long as you do not run into equally strong opposition, for then the ensuing battles can be both embarrassing and harmful for the combatants and those unwittingly caught in the verbal or physical crossfire Just as it is true that you make enemies for life. you also make friends who are loving and loyal; in fact, the support you and a friend will give each other is more than admirable You may learn, through life's ups and downs, to conceal many of your true feelings in order to protect yourself from those who may be out to get you However, you also must learn when it is safe to open up to another, for when you do. you will find that life's joys more than outweigh its hardships, and make them easier to bear. Also born on this date are Valerie Harper and Cindy Williams, actresses. To see what is in store for you tomorrow. find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph Let your birthday star be vour daily guide FRIDAY. AUGUST 23 VIRGO I Aug 23-Sept ti) You face important decision today, as you reach fork in road to financial success Be careful you do not sacrifice too much for security LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) — Speculation and games of chance, though attractive. may only serve to deepen the hole you feel you are in Be practical, look at the facts SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) - Use your passion and imagination toward creative achievement today, and you will find yourself surrounded by many new admirers SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -Your quick. aler. mind should help lo see you through difficult moments today. but be prepared for some physical exertion as well CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan. 19) -You should get just about all you are looking for - today at least -- but don t let new-found confidence run away with vou AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. IX) -- A good day to delve into matters of finance. romance -- in fact, one area will very likely serve to enrich the STEVEN SPIELBERG Presents RtVtJtexv mfurune yOfTiAQ MICHfiEl J. FOX FEATURE TIMES 2:05 4:30 7:05 9:30 DISCOUNTS AT 4:15 AND 4:30 290 W San Antonio 625 4411 Heart” by Gary Morris. Instrumentalist of the Year: Chet Atkins; Floyd Cramer; Johnny Gimble: Hargis “Pig” Robbins: Buddy Spicher. Horizon Award: Ray Charles; Mel McDaniel; Eddy Raven; Sawyer Brown; John Schneider. Song of the Year (award to songwriter): “Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On" by Bob McDill; “Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind?” by Sanger D. Shafer and Darlene Shafer; “God Bless the USA" by I>ee Greenwood; “Mama He's Crazy” by Kenny O’Dell; “Seven Spanish Angels” by Troy Seals and Eddie Setsei. other1 PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) --Though you may have little or no interest in what goes on around you today. you will no doubt have great influence on it. ARIES (March 21 - April 19) - You may well be an example of the adage • He who has. gets" today -- though what comes to you may not be easily recognizable at first TAI RI S ( April 20-May 20) - You may have to do some politicking today if you intend to have full support for new idea. project Use persuasive powers to your advantage GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -- Practicality and responsibility can be set aside today Focus on relaxation, enjoyment. explore new hobby fully CANCER (June 21-Jul\ 22) -- Do not let setbacks drain you of all your enthusiasm Be cautious, but not fearful Ask for help if you teel you need it LEO (July 23-Aug 22) -- Be prepared for many distractions today - but do not close your eyes completely to the opportunities any one might present. Copyright IMI. fluted Feature Syndicate Bakers World Herald-Zfitung Friday, August 23rd 9:00 to 1.00 tyuUcUU and ^ Saturday, August 24rd 9:00 to 2:00 jblieders creek 'ZiTijizzziiaxnmii e Now Serve B Mixed Drink* 7Uli ITCINEMA 629-1781 £ Mf TTM SWWSMf.® LOOP 337 — NLW BKAUNKLLS "BEST IN COUNTRY MUSIC Fri. Aug. 23rd THE ABBEY I M OO + 25- Intartatnntant I Sat. Aug. 24th CLIFTON JANSKY ANO THE DRIFTERS 25* (Entailat«*m*ai TM) Open Fridays 7 12 PM - Saturdays 8 PM - 1 am MIXED DRINKS. BEER. WINE, SOFT DRINKS, SNACKS Reservations/Information 625-7349 mm    rn    rn    rn    tESUf    * W ALOT Mf«Al D ZI (TUNG Evening of dance Compania de Danza Folklorico was one of the featured dance groups, along with the Starkville Stompers, who performed at Tuesday s Concert rn the Park evening of dance. Here, Monica Gonzales performs Friday, August 23ro FREE DANCE JR. FARIAS Saturday. August 24th _900    lo    I    OO Little Joe ~SC^d ay. 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