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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment November New Texas PageQA Record brings music to hardofhearing CHICAGO AP sustained tones and simple melodies are the keys to recording music the hardof hearing can says a woman who has produced what may be the nations first album of Christmas carols for the They dont just hear the beat they hear the melody and the ac companiment every Isst beautiful says Mary who lost her hearing suddenly 18 months ago for reasons doctors havent The Christmas For All To was released recently by Kasy Hearing a small recor ding company Callahan runs out of her home in a north Chicago It features a bass violin and piano playing Yuletide melodies ranging from Silent Night to What Child Is This The carols are familiar ones to help hearingimpaired people discern the Callahan If your mind knows the you can help fill in the she Erik and the Offbeats will play at Gruene Hall Sunday Hear n There Knox Landing 114 81 East Friday Live no cover Satur day The 9 cover Gruene Hall In Gruene at Hunter and Gruene Roads Friday Darden 8 p no cover Leroy 9 Sunday Krik and the 4 p m no cover The Watering Hole Saloon Old McQueeney Koad and I i5 behind the Nomad Motel Friday Shane Decker and the Vibrolux 8 no happy hour Nephews 262 Road Fri day Live no Saturday The 9 SI The Shanty FM 306 and FM 2673 at Canyon Friday and Satur day Roy 9 1 no Older doesnt mean better for aging sports columnist MI By Avers Corman Simon Schuster 2M 51yf Iktutf ianlnvr is a stranger and not so much afraid as in a world he never made iJardner the protagonist of Avery airmans novel is 47 when he rxgms his sometimes amusing hut always mienMing recital of his life and Hes the part time parent of a teenage boy and girl and a constant loser in the mating game The trouble with younger women he sadly concludes is they have no xTsonal reference to World War II Roosevelt Stalin Churchill Korea They wouldnt kiwvv Irving Berlin wrote Better Luck Next Time and they couldnt hum that either And it isnt just with women that he is striking out lie s a sports rulum ntst for a national sporting paper that has been taken by a media con glomerate Gardner is from the school of jour nalism that believes a story should be well written and more have something of import to say His new boss sees it differently To add to his troubles his former wife has remarried How Gardner manages to get his life in order by the time he turns fxj and the book ends makes or lancinating SKATE CENTER SEGUIN OPEN NITE Friday Garden Smith Saturday Leroy Parnell Sunday November 00 Eric ft The Offbeats 6250142 BLOG NOW AVAIL SAT NITES FOR PRIVATE ETC SKATING OR NON SKATING RENTAL INFO 3725000 MIGHT Friday Now Back From Tour ROY REDMOND and FAMILY From Austin Blues Motown 25 Draft and Wine Coolers Open till 2 AM 9643992 14 Miles croni N B 306 Prices Good 5 thru i Illl 6206707 Were a Convenience Store and More Here at Last Picnics in the Park Party Time Dinner Time Any Time is CHICKEN THE We Have LIVERS GIZZARDS Suitcase Coors Coors Lite S10 All Miller Products Miller Genuine Draft Lite High Life S KEG DELIVERY FOR ALL OCCASIONS Check Our Prices 6205626 THE GREEN LEA LOUNGE Ul lhv OaUuood Formerly The Quality Inn Now Open Breakfast Buffet Dinner Mon Sat Mon Kri Mon Sat 7 a m HI p m llam J p m 5 p m y p m Sunday Brunch 8 m to 11 aligi Brunch t Come Enjoy a good Home Cooked Food Excellent Services 2 Price lor 10 Dbcount for Senior Citizens Friday Nile iCatfish Dinner served with Hush PuppiesFFColeslaw Come m and Meet the New Management and Have a Cup oi Coffee on us Enjoy Prime Time in our Lounge IH 35 46 S I Campbell1 6256282 w i r g New Braunfels National Bank invite yni to listen to Reflections A backward glance at where we in Coinal County have been and where are now Sunday Mornings at 9 J on 1987 Featuring Glenn Richter Joe Rogers sv 57 Braunfels NATIONAL BANK CoSponsored by Hello Taco Bell Dollar Days Your Choice f Regular Tacos Burritps TWO Tostados FOR Loop 337 New Braunfels Good for one week only Esplres 11787 BRAUHTEZ TWIN San Antonio 625441 JOHN ITHGOLU m THf HARRV A NSAl ptCtUMt Recording to Mon In t 700915 Bigfoot sat A Sun doesnt 20041S700915 A Rim by Give Corker IELLRA1SER Hell tear your sun soul r yon Fri But she said all hearingimpaired people except the profoundly deaf should be able to hear the carols clearly because they are arranged several octaves lower than in a range still audible to most people with hearing She said she had tested sample recordings this year on hardof hearing groups in the Chicago As far as I the recording is the first of its although I cant think said Carol ad ministrative director of Self Help for the Hearing a national group with based in The also available on cassette will be advertised by mail in the groups bimonthly which is sent to members of 225 chapters in 43 Lingley The recording of Christmas carols works because it plays music at a pitch most people with hearing loss can still says Chicago audiologist Therese THE GREEN RESTAURANT LOUNGE at the Oakwood Formerly The Quality Inn i Live Entertainment Saturday November 7th 9 to Smith and Southern Breeze n In the Green Leaf Bring Your Dancing Partner IH35 6256282 y FATAL ATTRACTION Sat Sun Weekdays 5 307 Sat Sun 2304457009 15 Weekdays 4 45 9 15 PATRICK SWAYZE STEEL DAWN Sun Weekdays Sal Sun 107 Weekdays Weekdays FREE Pu Pu Platter With purchase of Family Dinner or 15 off on Deluxe Dinner Now Thru End of t B ITT TTTT Come Celebrate Our 5th Anniversary Lunch Specials 11 ll t t llll l l Dinner Specials All Day To Go Orders Welcome 6251542 Courtyard Shopping Center ART SHOW Craft Show Sale In Texas The Sat 31 1 7 Wurstfest Weekends Main Plaua Utilities Parking Lot Senior tfLot I iitsittc I
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