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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 21, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment August New Texas By THE ASSOCIATEbRESS James Bond is a new ian this sum And the happy n ws is that Timothy numbfr five on the Bond hit is an ktractive ad dition to the gallery of actors who have portrayed larl Flemings debonair Agent I In The Living Dalton gives us a Bond who i less world weary than Roger Mode and more realistic about life ihA the daring Ftetta Mexicana Living it ip with nevr 007 Hear n There Sean He take not just for This may be the HrsfoO opus in which distinctions betwlen good and evil seem to blur and lefinitions of good guys and bad feuys arent crystal The girl iiithe movie debuts as and theres always a girt a villain but quickly is And wonder James appears to be pi Icticing safe sex In this film hes lonewoman fevealed as a f Times but 00 for solid entertainmei I those dimples and bornagain James is su whole new generation oteond gn n Fiesta Mexicana Historica begins Saturday at with music by Felix Soliz and his Queen and her court will be crowned at 10 On fun begins at with the Heritage followed by a style and a dance with Los Hermanos All the action is at the Civic Francises Perez Acevedo displays an item that may be on ex hibit Acevedo came to New Braunfels in January 1919 with a sister and her husband she married Catanno Malatos in May 1920 and they had a son Pablo Alter Malatos died in Mexico in she returned in 1923 and work ed at the Albino Westmeyer farm near In June that she met Norberto Jimenez Acevedo and married him in 94 they had u children Mr Acevedo died in 1947 and she supported her family doing arm work and pick ing cotton Mrs Acevedo became a United States citizen in 196s Ismael was born in Schumannsville in he married Irenia Rodriguez Salazar in November 1954 and they had three children Salazar work ed at Mission Valley Mills for about 14 years before joining the Air Force in 1945 he was discharged in 1946 and went back to work at the Wooden Mill and at Mission Valley In he was drafted for two years in the Army and upon he went to work again at Mission Valley Mills In he began working at the Post Office for per When he first he worked two hours on his own time to learn the route and to this he still prefers to walk his route rather than drive a mail Salazar plans to stay with route number lour until he Photos by Deryl Gruene Hall Ponty Bone and the Squeezetones are on stage tonight at Gruene Hall from 8 to On get down with the Lost Gonzo Band from 9 to 1 followed by Elric Hokkenan and The Offbeats Sun day from 5 to 9 Don Torres will play Tuesday night from to 11 0 and Robert Keen will be back Wednesday from to For more information about Gruene Hall call Basket weaving workshop set Basket weaver Bill Phelps will teach a weekend seminar at the Hill Country Arts Foundation in Ingram 29 and Cost for the twoday basketmaking course is a retired corporate at torney from is a selftaught basket maker who began exhibiting his craft in Included in his repertoire are a variety of such as Appalachian egg and Nantucket lightship baskets and the doublewalled baskets using a technique developed by the For more call 512 3675121 or mail the tuition to the Hill Country Arts Box Texas Bluebonnet Palace Catch the sounds of Clifton Jansky at Bluebonnet Palace tonight from 9 risks out of is a constant And with the to charm a to 1 followei by Jay Eric Saturday from 9 jb 2 On the BluebonnetPalace on In terstate 35 will host Forester Doors open and there are no preticket BRAUNTEX TWIN s 19O w Sin Crossword ACROSS 1 Card 5 Garden post 9 Punishment 14 ol Pines 15 Cows 16 Chemical prefix 17 Act of suff 18 Discharge 19 Copal 20 Held a session 21 Robinson 23 Tart 25 Reclines 26 Pronoun 27 Over 29 Light blow 32 Fleet 35 Trickle 36 Parent 37 Lifetimes 38 Confines 39 Body joint 40 Blunt 41 Was sorry 42 Legitimate 43 Affirmative 44 Navy units 45 Go to court 4ii Epic verse 43 Passed over 52 Hippopotami 56 Prior to 57 Broker 58 Follow 59 Erelong 60 Strong point 61 USSR city 62 Wands 63 Trample on 64 Uncanny 65 Manitoba Indian DOWN 1 2 3 Coagulates 4 Recognize 5 Roaster pin 6 Curb 7 Les Etats 8 Gains 9 Wrench 10 Subject 11 Bucking 12 Indigo shrub 13 Young animal 21 Sperm 22 Falls 24 Card game 27 Exhorts PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED Thursday August 20 David Haley Friday Augusl 21 812 Ponty Bone The Saturday August 22 91 The Lost Gonzo Band Sunday August 23 59 Eric Hokkanen The Offbeats Tuesday August 25 Don Torres Wednesday August 26 Robert Keen 6250142 U N I V E R 28 Multicolored 30 District 31 Exocarp 32 Piquant 33 Sickness 34 Continue 49 Vocalist 50 Eat into 51 Populous 52 Big amount 53 Gorin 54 Amerind 55 Odd 59 Bow 35 Smear 36 Kind of trapshooting 38 Suppress 42 San Obispo 44 Classified 45 Olid 47 Five 48 Willow HAVEA BIG TIME Oailf JAMES BOND THELWNG firetaurant Steraarten Located One Block from Schlitterbahn Authentic German Food Atmospl re Entertainment for the Whole Famly Sunday Buffet 11 til 2 All you can eat Breakfast Buffet I n i 4 y AH T Closed Monday Sunday 8 til All youcaifeat Biergarten Dance Schedule Jauy I AH Saata On It i Mating Bargain Prica SKATE CENTER SEGUIN OPEN FRI NITE 30 1030 BLDG NOWAVAII SAT NITES FOR PHlVAIt HAHMfcS tTC SKAT ING SKATING RENTAL INFO 372 5000 21 Oma the Oompahs 22 HiToppers Reservations Available 8250815 Lone Star Theatres Walnuts 8 Cinema 62SHWOO Son 35 i 35SS OtTBUYME LOVE Daily OUT THE SHANTY THE LOST Boys B NO COVER EVERY NIGHT TILL NINE SPECIAL DRINK PRICES TOIY ANDERSON MUD From Austin Oldies RpckNRoll SQturdgySyfKJQy STINGRAYS RQCKNRoll Come SJiake Your Fanny at the Shanty I IM tKS itOPEQ MEMBER SHIP U FOOD AMD DilNKS AVAILABLE ON GROUND daily 1 00 Daily Daily 25 Daily Moncter Squad HU MM It uirty Dancing BORN IN IASl 1 A Daily 05 SUMMER SCHOOL OC Discount to Dally Both Thaalrei New Braunfels Notional Bonk H invites you to Isten tc KfM A backward glance at whe e we in Coma County hgve been and where qrepow Sunday Mornings Qt 9 August How German 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