New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 24, 1993, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 24, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 24, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Thursaday, June 24,1993 ■ Herald Zeitung it Entertainment Schlitterbahn plans July 4th festivities i * 4 . •* 4k ♦ « 4 •> Schlitterbahn Waterpark will stay open an extra two hours, until 10,p.m., on Sunday, July 4 and present a fireworks display for park guests. Fireworks, cosponsored by Schlitterbahn and KGNB/KNBT radio station, New Braunfels, will begin at approximately 9 p.m., in neighboring Prince Solms Park. “Schlitterbahn has thousands of the coolest seats around for watching the fireworks,” said Jana Faber, Schlitterbahn’s director of marketing. “The best seats in town are in our Das Lagune section where guests can watch from poolside lounge chairs, floating inner tubes or from stools at our swim-up refreshment stands.” Faber said the park’s Fourth of July festivities begin with the Third Annual Schlitterbahn Cardboard Boat Classic where hand-made boats compete for prizes ranging from park passes to $1,000 in cash. Judging for “most original" entries in the children’s division begins at 9:30 a m. in the Das Lagune section. Adult and corporate entries will be judged for originality of design at 10:30 am. At noon, adult teams will square off in timed races across the Lagoon Pool. Winning boats will be on display throughout the day. (Contestants must register for the competition by June 30 with San Antonio radio station KSMG or Austin radio station KXM J.) At 2:00 p.m. the Rising Stars of Texas dance team will perform on the Wave Pool Stage in the Wavefcst section of the park. The team includes 45 children from the San Antonio arca. Live music begins at the amphitheater in the Das Lagune section of the park at 7:00 pm. The Mo-Dels will play nock favorites from the I 950s and 1960s until the park closes at IO p.m. All Fourth of July events arc free for water park guests. For more information, call Schlitterbahn Waterpark at 625-2351. Around town Barry’s Under Pass Saloon Thursday night — Crossroads Friday night — Crossroads Saturday day — volleyball tournament, horse shoes tournament, bikini contest, wet T-shirt contest Saturday night — The Craze Hotel Faust Lounge Friday night — David Owens Saturday night — The Humble Brothers Watering Hole Saloon Friday night — Cornell Hurd Band Saturday night — Holyfield vs. Stuart Fight Gruene Hall Thursday night — Walt Lewis Band Friday night — Libby Dwyer Band Saturday afternoon — Michael Ballow Saturday night — Clay Blaker Sunday afternoon — Call for band; 625-0142 Bavarian Village Friday night — Bohemian Dutchmen Saturday night — Seven Dutchmen Gary’s Lands Station Thursday night — Braden and O’Connor Friday night — Terri Hendrix Saturday night — A to Z Sunday night — Rob Watkins I Prickly Pear (Holiday Inn) Friday night — V.B. Jim Saturday — R J. Verette I Trophys Thursday night — Oscar G. y Grupo Sol Friday night — Grupo Sierra I O'Aces Friday night — Chris and Judy Saturday night —The Revival Brothers Band I Cibolo Creek Country Club Friday night — Bobby Mack and Night Train Saturday night — TBA; (210)651 -6652 Under Pass Saloon Live Entertainment Thur - Cross Roads Fri • Cross Roads Sat Night - The Craze SATURDAY: Volleyball, Horseshoe & Bikini Contest 904 S. Seguin 625-1223 Oscor G. V Grupo Sol i^WmsTlRM * * * * 262 Jahn St 625-9716 ★ 620-6692 Friday, June 25; 9 p.m.-! a.m. <Te?cas (Music Company Saturday, June 26; 9 p.m.-2 a.m. as Music Company ut Dragon Place Service in our tHMUiiful dining room or orders to take out Daily Specials Hour* Tuesday Friday Lunch 11-2:30 Dinner 5 10:00 Saturday and Sunday Lunch 11:30 2:30 Dinner 5-10:00 983 N Loop 337 New Braunfels TX 810-608-911 fl NB Concerts in the Park continue with hometown sounds of Chris and Judy TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Chria and Judy, Man above performing, bring their unique musical talents to the stage In Linda Park at 7:30 p.m. tonight, fresh out of the recording studio. Joined on stage by their son Nick on drums, Chria and Judy’s mix of folk and country cover songs, as well ss their repertoire of originate children, and the child In everyone, will surely please adults, and kids, of all ages. Copies of their tape ‘Kid’s Country’ will be available at the concert. ACROSS 1 Of the neighborhood 6 Classic works 11 Overweight 14 Type of brick 15 Fragrant alcohol 16 Sash 17 Merchandise 18 Rhythm instrument 20 Hang onto 22 Drench 23 Opening for coins 25 Camera attachment 28 Iowa city 29 Possesses 30 Loud talker 32 Type of poet 34 pay 39 Exhibits 42 Purified 43 Powers ot action 45 Ham it up 46 Splash 49 Guys 50 Gen Bradley 54 Put to death 55 Golf scores 56 Parrot 58 West 60 "It's money 63 Of birth 66 Neckwear 67 Wall part 68 Felony 69 Dejected 70 Commerce 71 WWII highway DOWN 1 Statute 2 Harem room 3 Caustic 4 Red as 5 In case 6 Store (hay. eg.) 7 Flag 8 Type of nest egg: abbr 9 Heart 10 Snow vehicle 11 Montreal arena 12 Treat badly 13 New York newspaper 19 Dennis Quaid movie 21 Ship direction 23 Coast 24 Weighed down 26 Outstanding actor 27 Treat in contrived way slang 30 Antlered animals 31 Allude 33 Asian weight 35 That man 36 Of names PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED ISS I United I nature Syndicate 37 Poetic rhythm 38 Paradises 40 Mouth parts 4 I Close tightly 44 glass 47 Make small bell sounds 48 Conclusion 50 Fails to say 51 Obsession 52 Feigned 53 Stadium yell 55 Oyster product 57 Shed tears 59 Andes native 61 Saloon 62 Miscellany 64 MDS org 65 OB Dawson Concerts in the Park enjoys ninth season in Landa Park The following is a schedule of the remaining concerts in the ninth season of Concerts in the Park presented by Gayncs Productions, the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department, Bug-a-Mcister, KGNB/KNBT radio, and the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung The conceits take place at the Landa Park Concert Shell each Thursday evening at 7:30 p m. JULY 1 — Savannah Rose (country) 8 — Texana (Tejano) 15 — Al Barlow and Friends (original/ folk) 22 — Hired Guns (country) 29 — The Craze (rock) AUGUST 5 — Stretch Williams Band (blues) 12 — Clay Blaker (country) 19 — Whoosis Bigpile Goodtime Garbage Band (folk) 26 — Jay Erie (country) n 12 13 16 50 51 52 56 60 1 66 69 O "TTI I h 8 [J L. I 3 Q Call For Answers • Touch-Ion# or Rotary Phon** I    l\r 1tZL Lf a    1-900-454-3535 ext code 500 • 96« per minute SEPTEMBER To be announced / ismjjr I ft elvis VI TBAVEL-"' SIGHTED! '.'rpfej ▼ J American Legion Hail 618 E. Kingsbury Seguin, Texas GUESTS ARE WELCOME! “Ballroom Dancing’’ Saturday, June 26 • 8-12 Leo Heinrich For Moro Informal (os Coil 379-1079    _ rM*m trellis Monitor Hammerlime Boeing Inc end the Celina Allocution ai Ne* Jertey Preienl 12 Rounds -World Heavyweight Championship Elimination Bout Special Airfare To Germany Travel between May 9 and Aug. 30 (return travel complete by Aug. 30) Stay as long as you want (at least seven days) ■ one price. 629-2215 j 133 Landa Street y COMING SOON TO NEW BRAUNFELS V Watch This Spacey GIFT BOOKS A VAH ABIT WALNUT 6 629-6400 III 35 and Walnut Ave. All SHOWS BEFORE AOI) PM $1 OO Times good 6/18 thru 6/24 ★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★A- ★ Sfcyi.    * ★    LANDA. * •TA.' lTXON * restaurant a baiT7 * \7^ * Full NT A ALEX STEWART •5 Banked Heavyweight Settle Herbal, ilaude 31 4.1! Mil' Bar Air Conditioned ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ A ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Fri Sat A Sun. All U Can Eat Seafood Shrimp & Fish (hand-brssded) $8.95 with trimmings Family Size Onion Rings $4.95 I.ive* Entertainment I flu JU Mf andrn Mn fun I (k oanut >rm. Song wnlt rs bun Hub Welkin* > ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ HOLYFIELD* STEWART ONLY THE STRONG SURVIVE t>ILZTENZIl« NNEY6MN 12 Rounds -Middleweight Bout JURASSIC ■ PARK NI W I IMI S DAILY I 004 15 ' 6 50 9 20 Arnold Nch**ai irmurr LAST ACTION HERO    72Sow No I 30 Show I hor may rONCE UPON,, ““j* A FOREST ® '00,0° CLIFFHANGER— STALLONE rn 2 004 30 I 30 9 45 PLUS IBF Jr. Lightweight Championship Bout John-John Molina VS. Manuel Medina Life wit ll    <*KY B S "a    100 3 00 5 10 Mikey ok? 735935 JERICA -roo Tn’v.!7”’* BRAUNTEX 625-4411 290 W San Antonio $100 ALL SHOWS $1.00 Times good 6/18 thru 6/24 Walt Disney Pictures "The Adventures Of , a ■ HUCK FINN 1*01 Melanie Griffith "BORN YESTERDAY” (sot DABY 7 154 15 7 159 15 381 Lends 629-3311 ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1993 nj fITOW BU call for ticket Information (210) 625-0045 -\ NEW SERVICE MOVIE PHONE 620-HOTT ;

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