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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 26, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Herald Zeitung New Braunfels, Texas Friday June 26. Entertainment Herald-Ze/tunp New Braunfels "e/as Hear ‘n There Company Gruene Hall Entertainment for the rest of the month at Gruene Hall, 1601 Hunter Road includes Jimmy Gilmore’s performance tonight from 8 p.m. to midnight. Saturday’4 fun includes music by Clay Blnker and the Texas Honky Tonk Band from 9 p.m. to I a m. Conversation Piece will play Sunday from 5 to 9 p m. and again Tuesday from 7:30 to 11:30. Gruene Hall is reputed to be Texas’ oldest dance hall. Knox Landing Knox Landing, a restaurant and bar at 114 US 81 E., will host Perfect Stranger tonight from 9 p.m. to midnight and on Saturday, will feature music by Innerview (who has been on MTV) from 9 p.m. to I a.m. ('over charge Saturday is $2. Knox Landing serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Wolfgang s Keller Nightly entertainment at Wolfgang's Keller, 295 E. San Antonio, features Bill Knight on the piano. Knight's performances usually begin between 6:30 and 7 each evening. Wolfgang’s serves lunch daily from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and dinner on weekdays from 6 to IO p.rn and weekends until 10:30. Bluebonnet Palace Saturday night entertainment at the Bluebonnet Palace on Interstate 35 South will feature Keith Whitley. On July 17, Eddie Babbitt will be bringing his special country music to South Texas and on Aug 29, Bluebonnet Palace will host the Forester Sisters. Doors open at 7 p.m. and there are no pre-ticket sales. Brave souls can participate n the live bull-riding contests each Friday and Saturday nights beginning at IO p.m. Stay tuned for more information about the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Rodeo Sept. 18 and 19 at the palace. MacLean remembered as master of action, suspense San (anni. By Alistair VlacLean. Doubleday. 245 Pages. $16 95. It is sad when a highly regarded author dies. It is further unsettling to feel compelled to say that Santorini. the latest book by that author, Alistair MacLean, compares poorly with his previous works. Maclean, born in Scotland :n 1922, served rn the British navy during World War II. Afterward he became a schoolteacher and began writing in his spare time. His first book was a novel about a naval convoy in the war. There followed more than a score of novels, many of them military-action thrillers later made into movies Maclean also wrote a number of actionioaded film scripts. His books sold rn the millions Many reviewers regarded him as one of the all-time masters of suspense. While the publisher promotes this book as still another of MacLean’s forceful narratives and a ' high-seas tale of nonstop action and intrigue,” it woefully lacks the high velocity and firepower of such novels as The Guns of Navarone Ice Station Zebra and Where Eagles Dare Briefly, the new work centers on the crash of an American bomber, laden with both atomic and hydrogen bombs, near a NATO spy ship ,n he Aegean Sea. Nearby also is hp burning yacht of a multimillionaire Greek international whrelerdealer There is suspicion that the Greek tycoon and his crew and guests, most of whom are rescued, may somehow have caused the bomber crash. But how and why? While Madman’s latest doesn't measure up to past gripping works, he will be long remembered and deservedly so. He gave readers many exciting moments and vicarious high adventure galore He was one of the truly great tale-tellers of modern times. ammu $2.00 $1.00 BEL! EtoS All SeatsrtAll Shows — Monday and Tuesday — affascwa-ai{iigS-J5?g |M IG W A F L I fox No thing con yop the nr,. 2: IO 4:20 ~ IO 9:20 .mi, i«i JttlVfftSAl IMC Daily 2 Od I: no 9 in This Tuesday s Kid Show “Heidi's Song' Ham ■ I p.m. Come Join in the Fun. J lf 111« )\( W h ' P 'AJG* a a •* rn : New Drounfels Notional Do ok MFM BFR VICTORIA BANK SHARFF IFC invites you to Ii Reflections-' * bodeword glonce ot in Como! County hove be<=*n ond where ore now Sundoy Mornings ot 9 o m on KGNQ 1420 AM Sunday, June 28,1987 Featuring .Jonas Perkins Co-Sponsorc*^ by    h^Alir    / Braunf j    NATIONAL    BANK TkJTJLKJLMjIMIM rn * * TS tJLMJUULLZJJJijrjiJUlJ IJ tj jr t 4 $ 4 4 jry 44 A terrified Amy (Susan Marsh Dial) faces her wedding day convinced that marriage will ruin “a perfect relationship” in this seen* Company, the musical comedy opening at Circle Arts Theatre July I Benefit shows will be given for the Music Study Club Scholarship Fund on July 9 and for Hospice New Braunfels on July 16 Tickets and reservations for all performances are available at Krause Books. 625-0251 Phi to by I >esiie Kriewaldt 1. DISSER n-DA SC ISG X    Music by Davis' novel a feisty one Dinner 68 Country Hicks This 'n That By Bette Davis with Michael Herskowitz. Putnam. 207 Pages. $17.95. This 'n That, the reminiscences of movie star Bette Davis, apparently started out as an adjunct to an earlier autobiography, an updating begun after her mastectomy, stroke and broken hip in 1983 and the introversive thinking that goes on during that long and difficult recovery period. But the book takes on some behind-the-scenes spice because of the recent publication of Mv Mother's Keeper, by her daughter, BD. (for SKATE CENTER - SEGUIN OPEN FRI NITE 7 30 IO 30 BLOG NOW AVAIL SAT NITES FOR PRIVATE PARTIES ETC ' (SKATING 2JRNON SKATING) RENTAL INFO: 372 5000 Barbara Davis, not Bette Dearest< Hyman. (Father is actor Gary Merrill, i The 79-year-old Miss Davis, not one to balk away from a fight, whether with a producer like Jack Warner or her daughter and son-in-law, writes that she did not change the book because of B D > publication, except for an »pen ‘ letter” to her here. Skateboard Video bmntett Members -n Guests $6 OO for Steak fir Dancing Eagles Hall 257 E. South Street    \ TELL SOMEONE YOU LOVE THEM IN THE Herald-Zeitung Lowest Price* in the ere* Dex Skateboards 117 N. Castell 620-6707 Near Old Pout OHO * 25th Dave Thomson Jam Night - Saturday-n-Sunday — The Deacon Brothers -Sunday 28th Jamie Smith Rand (louie Shake V ur Fanny at th** Shanti .SOH & 2673 J. Come Help Celebrate the 26th Anniversary of THE PFEIL BROS. BAND FREE DANCE At The Farmer s Daughter 542 N. W W. White Rd. San, Antonio Sunday, June 28, 1987 2:00 p.m. to 6: OO p.m. rn Lone Star Theatres No I OU thiwt on Wt'd C iiitMiiu » only Walnut« New Braunfels CMM Funnily mot 25 '30 ll JO Roil Watkins Fully UM JO Fit minnie Gilmore Satin My tune ll JI Clay Blaker I Die Ti. Honky Tonk Band SttMiy UM 21 SY Conversation Piece TiesHy Him 11 SUS Conversation Piece 625-0142 tbtMVLmmrt iu ljui i s y * /VjZ Ob IMP Daily 2 30 4 46 7 06 9 26 Moi Brooks MGM snnnfiAO • it SPflCEBMUS rn Dully I IO 3 IO 5 IO 7 10 9 IO Dully I 20 3 JO 5 20 7 20 9 JO Bl. i .Mil in lid Dully I OO 3 00 6 IO ; 7 10 9 26 ' “INMMUNPHV Oilily ; I 00 3 00 6 00 7 05 $ lo Success Dully I 00 3 05 5 10 7 16 9 20 11,1 Vt ion s QI I VOWM k j. x € nu , 2 46 6 00 7 20 9 35 W alnut H Kid Show Thur July 2 LOO “THE SIVIL KF‘S & THE MAGIC’ FLI TE” -ZUL. ~"LZ CJKCJwCiy 'XSCfe '    VJL J New Braunfels Annual Summer Art Show The shopping Show vou’ve been w aiting for? Hand Crafted, Unique & Quality Gifts for everyone. NEW BRAUNFELS’ SUMMER SHOWCASE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW NEW BRAUNFELS CIVIC CENTER Saturday lune 27th - IO am-6 pm Sunday, June 28th-IO am-5 pm Plenty of Free Parking Admission: Under 12 Free Ages 12 & Over •I®0 * Poor Prizes Every Half Hour * Anita's Famous BBQ, Sausage & Bread Pudding! « ! 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