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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 12, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment Hwrald-Zeltung Friday. August 12, 1983    SA Walk right in Hotel bar has personal touch By DYANNE FRY Staff writ ar The view of the pool is nice, filtered as it is through apricot-colored mini-blinds. The fireplace is probably pretty cozy in winter time. And the big, three-sided communal couch, which fits imposingly into the back end of the room, is something else. We’ve never seen another one quite like it. But it seems that most of the regulars at Ray & Beverly’s Bar (tucked away behind the restaurant on the back side of the Gourmet Inn) go there because they like the bartender. Blonde Eileen Preston fills glasses with a sure hand, and seems to know without being asked when a regular patron needs another drink. A full house and dirty dishes don’t throw her off kilter; if all the shot glasses are in the sink, she’ll serve it up in brandy snifters. It’s a good place for informal toasts, because in addition to the usual beers, wines and liquors. Preston stocks schnapps — not just the peppermint variety, but cinnamon and spearmint as well. The little bar is open every day but Sunday from 4 p.m. until somewhere around midnight, and it’s pretty much a separate operation from the adjoining restaurant, which caters mostly to a breakfast-lunch crowd. The owners. Ray and Beverly Schults, opened both a year ago July 17. “A quiet place" might be the wrong way to describe the bar — it depends on who’s there, and how lively everyone’s feeling. But it is off the beaten track, and not given to loud music. The "sound system" is an eight-track tape deck with stereo speakers on the fireplace mantel, and a regular advised this writer that the bartender gets first choice on tapes. tater this month, local singer Joseph Brunelle will perform some of his original songs at the Gourmet. But he’s not into heavy amplification either. Editor’s note : This is one of a series of featurettes on no-cover night spots around Comal County. 'Winds' gave actress a shot at the South COLUMBIA, SC. (AP) - The Winds of War television miniseries propelled British actress Victoria Tennant before U.S. audiences for the first time. Now viewers will have a chance to see her again. The blonde actress is finishing another miniseries role in Chiefs, and is likely to create as much of a sensation as she did in her role as Robert Mitchum’s British friend in Winds of War Chiefs, a six-hour drama, is being filmed in South Carolina by Highgate Pictures and will be aired by CBS this fall. In the saga of four decades of police chiefs in fictional Delano, Ga., Tennant plays Patncia Lee, the British-born wife of an ambitious politician. "She s a war bnde, brought to a small town in the South," Tennant says of her character. "She’s a pretty regular person, but quite ambitious. She chose her husband because she thought he would go places. And at the end. he’s become governor of the state." The character also "stands for antibigotry and anti-racism," she says. Tennant, goddaughter of actor Laurence Olivier, has several projects coming up soon, including a Steve Martin movie and a feature with members of her new film company. The exposure afforded by the 18-hour, seven-night Winds of War gave her a "very big break" in the U.S. market following years of training and film projects in Europe. Critics said she gave the best performance in the epic drama. Her father, the late Cecil Tennant, was Olivier's manager and head of the tandon office of MCA and Universal. Her mother, Irina Baronova, a former prima ballerina with the Ballets Russes, now lives in Europe. The actress, who says she’s in her 30s, likes the miniseries format. "It seems if you do a special project for TV, there’s more care taken." she says. For Chiefs she made her first trip to the American South, an experience she said was mostly positive except for temperatures of IOO degrees. Chiefs also gave her a rare opportunity to work closely with such stars as Charlton Heston, Billy Dee Williams and Paul Sorvino The Los Angeles-based actress says a project called Dempsey, in which she stars with Treat Williams and Sam Waterston, is due for release soon. BRONCO’S //VA\ WANT AD SECTION 625-9144 aah V S*a#l*TlU»a DAILY MIX pawns a DRAFT THURS. 85* “SSSfS* FRI. 9*4*1 DANCE TILLS SAT. OPEN AT 4 PM ■ 3*4*1# STILL 9 ! I I * ' ': NU (n»* \ I v 11 ( i ’ 11 r ' . .I ' . I ( « n 11 r    r    2    ^    8    I    VA DANCE WED.-THUR.-FRI.-SAT.-SUN. 8 PM - ll PM. NO COVER CHARGE Entertainment from H/urstfett •RING THC KIOS FUN FOR THC WHOLE FAMILY. ’VMM** RESTAURANT A RIERGARTEN AUTHENTIC OERMAN FOOR Amo atmosamiai MOM! Of TM • PT SANDWICH ANO I) IOO OREN 5 FN WED -FRI. 11 AM SAT A SUN FEATURING THE BEST OF DOMESTIC A IMPORTED BEERS 825-0115 212 W. AUSTIN NEW BRAUNFELS. TEXAS Serving Lunch & Dinner Open 7 Days A Week Courtyard Shopping Center 103 IH 35W    625-1542 Cantonese style. Hot 'n Spicy Too! I ^Seafood & Steak IT — -» Nightlife On area screens Brauntex Theatres, 290 W. San Antonio — Vacation (R). Shows at 2:15,7:15 and 9:15 daily, with an extra matinee at 4:15 Saturday and Sunday. Also War Games (PGI. Shows at 7:10 and 9:20, starting tonight. Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2: IO and 4 20. Cinema IAU, Walnut Square — Cu/o i RI starts tonight, with shows at 1:15, 3:15.5: IO (discount 1,7:15 and 9:15. Also Class (R) Show times 1:30, 3:30,5:301 discount 1,7:30 and 9:30. In area clubs Bavarian Village, 212 W. Austin — Tonight through Sunday, 8-11: Live German music in the biergarten. Crystal Chandelier, lx>op 337 -Tonight: Clifton Jansky. Saturday: Mason-Dixon. Sunday, 8-12: Wild Turkey night with the South Texas Wailers. Faust Hotel Bar. 240 S. Seguin — Tonight and Saturday: Aaron A Beth. Greene Hall — Tonight: Possum Gap. Saturday: Asleep at the Wheel. Sunday, 4-8: Lyle tavett. Heidelberg Halle. IH 35 North - Saturday, 9-1: Al Dean. Sunday, 8-10: Ballroom dancing with Moonlight Express. Oma’s Sausage Ha us, Texas 46 South - Tonight, 8:30 - 11:30: The Kalsonairs. Saturday: The Seven Dutchmen. Sunday, 7:30 - 10:30: live guest band. Something Good Restaurant. 283 S. Union Tonight and Saturday: Jams Turk on guitar. Sunday, 11-3: Woodwind trio for brunch. Starting Gate, IH 35 South -Tonight and Saturday: Cross Beaux. Texas Dance Hall, U.S. 281 South — Tonight: Bubba IJttrell. Saturday: Alvin Crow A the Pleasant Valley Boys. Texas Junction. 262 W Jahn Tonight:    Voyager.    Saturday: Crossfire. Wagon Wheel. FM 306 at Saltier Saturday, 9-1:    Don    Head    A the Travelers. Western Palms. IU 35 South Saturday, 9-1: Free dance with Mingo Faldivar. Wolfgang’s Keller. 295 E. San Antonio — Bill Knight at the piano, to be joined Sunday by jazz ensemble. aoeoaoooooooooooooocac ALWAYS THE FINEST IN ENTER! AINMEMT FRI. & SAT 9-2 AT THE STARTING GATE NO COVER CHARGE FRI, AUG. 12-SAT., AUG. 13 CROSS BEAUX 50's & 60's CAW 01*1 N 7 DAIS A WEEK MON FRI 3 PM-TILL? OPEN 12 NOON TILL I SAT.-SUN. RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED IH 35 S. Solms Exit 625-1058 1n°POOBOBBBOOBOQQOOOQl FRIDAY, AUGUST 12TH MIDNIGHT MOVIE MADNESS! STRIPES Staring Bill Murray CINEMA I&2 ' Everyone Welcome! F= COMAL ^BOWL OLD FASHIONED HAMBURGERS "Rock N Roll Friday 8/12 * Voyager * -DON'T MISS— Saturday 8/13 ★ Cross Firs * $3 OO COVER 262 W. Jahn St.    625-0389 I I mu Blocks Irwin Century 21 Really un 5 Seguin! al OLDFASHIONED TRICES v<Ve' V* ■ Giant I Liter Pepsi 95* with this coupon Heibelberg italic I VIL! NQM T m m (J I I ti A r INS 4 OOO Sq ll Hi/yuf! Omit Hoot *4 OD Adm at the door Friday. Aug. 12. 1913 MORNING 4 H Club Benefit C M Public Invited Call 625-9178 for info Adm *5 OO Sat.. Aug. 13. 1913 AL DEAN KING OF THE COHON EYED JOE Contes! I W Fun* Adm <4 oo sunday. Aug. 14. 1913 MOONLIGHT EXPRESS Dance 16 10 I Ballroom I dlino Orchestra «»'» Wednesday. Aug. 17. 1*13 00 FAST FORWARD SpectdtuUr Roca n Roil Baev lo School S|w< Mi Bring Your Own Buttle We Specialize in Beer Wine Se! Ups A Snu* Doors A Bar Open at 8pm Tri A Sal Heidelberg Halle I H JS Ne* Braunfels I« Tickets & Info (rj1?)6?b ?b// FRIDAY. AUGUST 13 POSSUM GAP SAIURDAY. AUGUST 13 ASLEEP AT THE ***** mi *** SUNDAY. AUGUST 14 4 8 NO COVER LYLE LOVETT AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE PARTIES BEER WINE • SET UPS CALL 625-0142 FOR INFO 5RY5TAL CHANDELIER LOOP 337 - NEW BRAUNFELS BEST IN COUNTRY MUSIC’’ Friday, August 12 Tickets $3.50 CLIFTON JANSKY 9-1 A.M. Saturday. August 13 Tickets $4.00 Sunday. August 14 Tickets $3.00 SOUTH TEXAS WAILERS Winner* for Stair of Texas Hand Contra! at Hilly Bob a Club in Dada*, sponsored bv Wrangler .leans 2 far I Bar Drinks 8 12 PM Coming Saturday, August 20th John Conlee I Ho**' < olored tilasM's. Common Man I’m Only III ll For Love. Miss KiniK s ivinn * TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT THE CRYSTAL CHANDELIER W OO ADANCE IKJ OO AT THE UNIB M1111) OSINA S BHH WIN! SUE I CHINKS SNACKS AVAIlABlt FON PHIVATf PANT Ifs RECEPT IONS {TC inter mgtioii/ car 7*2*0 A different kind of game. DOLBY STERK MOM UA ail Mal 4 Nun Mila-ail Seals S? Mon -Erl 7:11 I 70 Sal 4 Sun 2 IO 4:20 7:10 0 20 SC R E E N I..... * 290 W Sari Antonio 625 441 I SCREEN 2 Mon I vary sammar CNavy Cfcaaa tat— Ma family aa a Mila trip IMa year Sa taaat taa far EH Bl att ala It ItlNt Daily 2:IS 7 15 O IS Sat A San MI 4:1ft 715 t 15 Oady Mal ft Mon Mila ail Seal* S? SUMM!a KIO SNOW WED SUG 17 caaiooNfisTivat VSH THI NEW BKAUNTIX ‘Where the Elegant Poet ie Renewed*Unwinding after work    s*»    photot,v    f,v Happy Hour can get really sociable at Ray and Beverly's Bar in the Gourmet Inn. ;