New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 5, 1993, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 05, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 5, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 6-A HERALD-ZF HUNG WEDNESDAY. MAY 5. 1093t,..............        —..... ‘Pond’ slated for Lockhart ’Just in time for Mother’s Day, the Lockhart Community Theatre is presenting “On Golden Pond.” The original stage play is very-warm and humerous. Norman Thayer, played by John Allred, is approaching 80 and sees life slipping away, while his wife, Ethel, played by Toni Cheshire, remains active and vigorous. When daughter, Chelsea, played h£ Jessica Aijet, and her fiance, BJU Ray, played by Dwight Warren, go to Europe and leave his sen, Billy Ray, played John Causey, with Norman and Ethel fdr the summer, both the older aid younger generations learn to lc|>k at Life in a different way. Chelsea has to come to terms with her resentment against her father and realizes that there is little time left for a reconciliation. This is a very touching and humerous story for all ages. Production dates are May 7,8, 14, 21 and 22 at 8 p.m. and May 13 at 7 p.m. The Lockhart Community Theatre is located at the comer of Walnut and Commerce Streets in the Presbyterian Life Center, with the entrance on Walnut Street. Ticket prices are $7 for adults, $5 for students and senior citizens. More informationis available at (512) 398-3931 or 398-3812. Winners for the Middle School category are Gold, Jamie Pantermuehl, left; Silver, Kimberly Hall, center and Bronze, Gail Gitcho. Fourth- and fifth-grade winners are Gold, Adrian Whatley, left; Silver, Hunter Leber; Bronze, Kim Clay; Honorable Mention, Brittany Sanders and Erin Knight. Gruene Hall Rotel and the Hot Tomatoes will perform at 9 p.m. Saturday, May 8 at Gruene Hall More Information is available at 625-0142. High school winners are Gold, Bonnie J. Askey, left; Silver, Denise Henk, center and Bronze, Kelly Meyer, right. Poetry contest winners announced Adult winners are Gold, Cathie Whatley, left; Silver, Danette Bermea; Bronze, Layne Hendrick; Honorable Mention, Karen Schneider and Edward Morris.    ^    ■    ,    ... Winners were recently announced in the annual Poetry Contest held in New Braunfels. Competition for he contest was divided into categories of fourth and fifth grade, middle school, high school and adult. The annual Poetry Contest is one of the many local events sponosred by the Greater New Braunfels Ai ts Council. Other community projects include Caroling in the Plaza, Diner with the Arts, and most recently the Famous People Players performance at the New Braunfels Civic Center. El Baile tickets soon on sale I Some of the top names in Tijano music — Selena, Emilio Ntivaira, Joe Lopez y Grupo Mbzz, I>h Sombra, Little Joe y I.a Familia,. Ram Herrera, and Campinas de America — will rock S$n Antonio’s Alamodome dur-iTijp Marlboro Music’s “El Bail*',” a day-long dance concert beginning ai 12:30 p m. on Sunday, June 6. ♦This 10-hour event is the first Tfcjano concert and largest event scheduled to open at the recently completed Alamodome. ^Tickets for Kl Baile go on sale at IO a m. Saturday, May 8 at all Ijcketmaster Ticket Centers in 'll^xas. /To charge tickets or for more information call (210) 224-9600 id San Antonio. ’Reserved seats are priced at $0.50 and $9.50 with a limited number of dance-floor tickets available at $12.50 each (all tickers plus service charge). .A lottery system will be in place tonsure all music fans have the chance to obtain seats, jjn addition to enjoying the wide r|nge of artists performing, music fans can also dance at the Alam-ojkmie during the concert. \ A large portion of the Alamod-olne floor will lie transformed into t&e biggest dance floor in Texas. $iere will also be computerized Roving lights, fog machines, mirror balls and a dedicated sound system specifically provided for tke dance floor. ’ In addition, there will be state cff-the art video production to Alliance the audience’s enjoyment of the show. {« “We are very proud to present |ne of the Alamodome’s opening I events," said Jose Fontanez, manager for Marlboro Music. “The Marlboro Music program has a long history of bringing rm\jor talent to local communities for their enjoyment. We are very pleased to ofter this unique dance/concert format at the Alamodome and are grateful for the cooperation of all these great artists. “Never before has this caliber of talent come together for one event,n added Jimmy Perkins, of Glenn Smith Presents, Inc., concert producer. “Tejano music is not only growing - it’s exploding. And there’s no question San Antonio is the center of that explosion.” “It has been a vision of mine for many years to make this mar- We're Back! Ratters Now Open Fri., Sat., Sun. 629-BEER ket grow,” said performer Little Joe. HAPPY MOTHER S DAY FROM LANDA STATION MOM, Your meal is half-price on your special day! So tell those loved one's to bring you to banda Station. Omy), /'N LANDA BINGO American Legion Post 35 1-74-1553286-4 Saturdays 7:00 pm Doors open at 5:00 pm at Comal County Sportsman Club 252 S. Kowald Ln„ N.B. 625-5535 (.ll I HOOKS AV Al I AHI F. WALNUT 6 629-6400 III 35 and Walnut Ave. ail snows bpfore ago pm ii oo Times good 4/30 thru 5/6 1/2 Price Burgers Wed. After 5pm Kids 5 & under eat free from child Frozen Ritas *2* till 7 p. Live Entertainment Thu Br.»df-n A O Connor    * Fn - Chria A Judy Sal. Trrti Mondrii    . More information about the Greater New Braunfels Arts Council or their events is available at 625-6570. Jan's Van Tours May I Vanuhiai Tem River Chute A Falla Creek Vureyard May 14 FieauTeui May IJ Bandera Do* aa Pott Tune Hone Race* May IS- 20 Caput Chaine Log Ranch • Teia Aq nan urn Serfood by ike Sea - Kinj'i Inn 210-629-5279 sssssr Yellow Rock Saloon 3413 Hunter Road 396-7188 San Marcos Thur. 5/6 Southern Star Fri. 5/7 Texas Unlimited Sat. 5/8 Rusty Doherty _w menu rn. * A A A RESTAURANT A RAI 381 Landa St 629 3311 ft Sww: Restaurant New Braunfels FeaturingC ontinental Pilling. Friday Night Seafood Buffet $10.95 10% Off wl Ad Every Wed. Is Jam Night The Flying Zippers Check our marquee for weekend entertainment Happy hour Mon.-Fri. 5-7 p.m. 625-8017 ROBERT REDFORD INDECENT! TKC I POSA I SAI SUN 2 00 4 30 7 00 9 30 OTHER DAYS 4 30 7 OO 9 30. rf*        ii 0m SIDEKICKS'” CHUCK NORRIS p/'‘ SAT SUN 50 2 50 4 50 I 05 9 15 ■ OTHER DAYS 4 50 7:05 9 15 SAT SUN 2 10 4:40 7:10 9:40 OTHER DAYS 440 7 10940 in SAT SUN 1 00 3 10 5:10 7 20 9 35 OTHER DAYS 5 10 7 20 9 35. Clint Eastwood “UNFORGIVEN' an ?,5 9 45 3 ACADEMY OTHER DAYS AWARDS 4 45 7 15 9 45, D    .    .    SAT    SUN' Bound bv 130 4 45 boo Lf!:'”, ■'OTHER DAYS Honor kj 4 45 8oo BRAUNTEX 625-4411 290 W San Antonio $100 ALL SHOWS $1.00 Times good 4/30 thru 5/6 MCHAM) CMU • /UUU. KOMI# (J mu lucia    7 oo 920 juivLYinnaoi k other days 4 40 7 OO 9 20. Eagles Hall New Braunfels { across from Pat s Place ! GAME NIGHT 2nd Wednesday of the month I Skat, Gin and Dominos { 5:30 p.m.- midnight I Coming Soonll I Nashville Recording Artist { Watch for Details! I $4.00 Pitcher Beer & ! Food available I Bingo Every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. (Lie# 1-74-1328848-5) Hall rental for Weddings, I Anniversaries and Reunions { 257 E. South Street 625-7243 J A FEW GOOD MEN SAT SUN 1 50 4 20 7.00 9 30 OTHER DAYS 4 20 7 00 9 30 £ I lave you ever had the" feeling you were being watched while you purchased or read a Herald- Zeitung Take a look oyer your shoulder! ................ i  ........... I Have von keen "SPOT-ed?" J HNI iivi f Vt lf <//«#! and receive a i spot: y a b h $ * I % MMU: ITT OPEN DAILY We have GREAT Lunch Specials Monday thru Friday 11:00 am - 2:00 pm Live German Bands starting: Memorial Week-End TASTE THE HOMEMADE DIFFERENCE c Full Details and Pictures in the Sunday Edition! n fit 541 Hwy. 46 (1 Blk. South 1-35)    625-3280    J Mother's Day Buffet Golden Shrimp Bisque Variety of Salads Fresh Fruits and Cheeses Breads, Sliced Meats and Relishes Crudites and Dips • Honey Glazed Ham w/ Orange Cranberry Sauce Shrimp and Scallops w/Roscmary and White Wine Chicken Langston House Lemon Baked Fish with Bdmaise Sauce • Bouquet of Vegetables Brown Rice - Au Gratin Potatoes • Dessert Selections CoHee Tea $13.75 Children 12 & under $6.75 Reservations call: 625-1898 Seatings: 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Langston Mouse 190 South Seguin New Braunfels 625-1898 ;

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