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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 12, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas FRIDAY, MARCH 12. 1993 HERALD-ZEITUNG 5‘March Across South Texas’ visits New Braunfels Bill Cody, early-moming DJ for KKYX, will come to Krause’s Cafe in Nev' Braunfels 6-9 a.m. Thursday, March 25, to raise funds to benefit the Santa Rosa Children’s Hospital. Circle Arts Theatre prepares ‘Windows’ Bill Cody and Crew of KKYX Radio, 680 AM, soon will be “on the road again as they inaugurate the second annual “March Across South Texas” on March 19. The event will raise funds for Santa Rosa Children’s Hospital. The March features early-morning show host Cody doing live remote broadcasts from cities and towns in south Texas where he pitches hard for local and area folks to drop by his booth to chat and to present a check to the hospital. This year’s jaunt will begin in Bandera on March 19, end in Boerne on March 26 and will include ll other stops in between. Other broadcasts will emanate from Castroville, Pearsall, Pleasanton, Floresville, Kenedy, Cuero, Yoakum, Gonzales, New Braunfels, Seguin and Fredericksburg Most of the broadcast sites will be Wal-Mart stores which American Heart Association will be doing preliminary fund-raising events. In 1992 the project netted approximately $62,000 for the hospital, a regional facility which treats and cares for the more seriously ill and injured youngsters of south Texas. .Established in 1959, the hospital still is owned and operated by the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word. “We really had a great time of it last year,” Cody said. “We met lots of great people along the way and many of them told us about how their own children or grandchildren were taken care of by the hospital. I can tell you, that was great inspiration for all of us.” Cody’s crew will include Cathy Gerloff, promotions director for KKYX; station engineer Lee Mick; and personnel from Children’s Hospital. The opening broadcast will be from 6-9 a.m. Friday, People are coming apart at Circle Arts Theatre. Figuratively speaking, of course. The lead character of the upcoming production, “Windows Are Only Solid Air,” finds herself facing six different personalities that come from her own psyche. And the trouble begins when each of them determines to be the “dominant personality.” It’s all part of the theatrical allegory that’s being offered as the theatre’s second meg or production of its twenty-fifth anniversary season. Resident playwright, Roberta Elliott, has woven a tale about a young person who’s come to a crossroads in her life and must choose one fragment of her being to be “in charge." “We first produced this script nine years ago, and not only had a wonderful time doing it, but BOOKS Best Sellers HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “The Client,” John Grisham (Doubleday) 2. "The Bridges of Madison County,” Robert James Waller (Warner) 3. “The Children of Men," P.D. James (Knopf) 4. “The Talismans of Shan-nara,” Terry Brooks (Del Rey) 5. “Degree of Guilt,” Richard North Patterson (Knopf) 6. “Along Came a Spider,” James Patterson (Little, Brown) 7. “Einstein’s Dream," Alan Lightman (Pantheon) 8. “November of the Heart," LaVyrie (Spencer) 9. “All the Pretty Horses,” Comae McCarthy (Knopf) 10. “Dragon Tears,” Dean Koontz (Putnam) NONFICTION 1. “Healing and the Mind,” Bill Moyers (Doubleday) 2. The Way Things Ought to Be,” Rush Limbaugh (Pocket Books) 3. “Women Who Run With the Wolves,” Clarissa Pinhole Estes (Ballantine) 4. “Beating the Street,” Peter Lynch (Simon ft Schuster) 6. “Official and Confidential: The Secret of J. Edgar Hoover,” Anthony Summers (Putnam) 6. "Bankruptcy 1995,” Harry E. Figgis (Little, Brown) 7. "Harvey Penick’s Little Red Book,” Harvey Penick ft Bud Shrake (Simon ft Schuster) 8. “Preparing for the Twenty-first Century,” Paul Kennedy (Random House) 9. “Assembling California,” John McPhee (Farrar, Strauss ft Giroux) 10. “How to Satisfy a Woman Every Time,” Naura Hayden (BibUOThile) also received such warm responses from the audience, that it definitely rates as one of our favorites,” said Elizabeth Elliott, director of the show. “And the script is even better, now, thanks to Rob’s re-writes.” Playing the lead role of Person will be Carisa Miller, former member of the theatre’s touring company, The Inner Circle, and last seen as Babe in “Crimes of the Heart.” Cast as the various, competing personalities are: T. Henderson as Philosopher, Tom Balmos as Ego, Mark Payne as Entertainer, Tabitha Frawley as Achiever, Ann Jeannette Marantino as Bleeding Heart, and the playwright herself as Loner. A final, “un-labeled part” of Person, known only as Someone, will be played by Amy Smith. ———7anTTT7ai7 Yours March lSA1634th Annual Anita ad Spring Rower Trail Mardi I SA 20 Walt Disney* World Od la March 21 Majestic Thaaicr “S. A. Pop*" Mardi 22-26 “Big Bood" 625-5180 JI* Tree Tops anoppiMC e dnwc Fabuloso Italian Buffet Wednesday Nights 444 E. San Antonio St. Downtown,New Braunfels V (310) 000-0748 A -I March 12 & 13 Friday & Saturday The Flying Zippers March 19 & 20 Friday - Flying Zippers Saturday - Full Tilt March 26 & 27 Friday - Roulette Saturday-Flying Zippers OPEN TIL 2 A.M. Hwy 306 @ 2673 964-3992 AMERICAN LEGION POST 179 NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXA8 FIRST ANNUAL AMATEUR CHILI COOK-OFF Date: March 28,1993 Place: 410 W. Coll Street Phone: 625-0179 Support th# American Legion Post 179 by attending the First Annual Amateur Chili Cook-off. There will be sixty spaces for contestants to show off their chili cooking abilities with prizes and trophies awarded to the best and near best in their fields. Chili eemples will be available during the cook-off et will snack foods end drinks from 12:00 A.M. until 6:00 P.M. Orounde open et 10 AM. Deadline for entry will be March 10. March 19 from Bandera’s Flying L Guest Ranch golf course where the second annual Flying L Fling golf scrambles will take place March 18-19. The Fling is co-spohsored by KKYX, Flying L, Guest Ranch, Ruud Air Conditioning and Heating Dealers, Allen and Allen, JC Penny, Rodeo Chevrolet and the Bexar County Pharmaceutical Representatives Association. From Bandera the broadcast scene will shift to Sammy’s Restaurant in Castroville from 8 a.m. to noon on Sunday, March 21. The rest of the schedule is: Sunday, March 21, 4-6 p.m. at the Wal-Mart store in Pearsall. Monday, March 22. 6-9 a.m. at the Wal-Mart in Pleasanton; 4-6 p.m. at the Wal-Mart m 103: eh e: east LIVE MUSIC TONIGHT Chris & Judy Daily Lunches Fruit & Veggie Lunches • Burger • Salads 240 S. Seguin 625-7791 Thursday 7:30-11:30 no cover DANA COOPER Friday 8 to 12 no cover DON MCCALLISTER Saturday 1-5 no cover DON MCCALLISTER Saturday Night ALVIN CROW Sunday 4 to 8 no cover JIMMY LA FAYE Gruene Historic District 625-0J42 American Heart Association Sun.-THurs. 11 -9pm Frl.-Sat. 11-10pm 629-7373 512 E. San Antonio St. New Braunfels, Texes Sun.-Thurs. 10:30-9:30 Fri.-Sat. 10-10pm 210-875-3647 Highway 183 Luling, Texas in Floresville. ^ Tuesday March 23, 6-9 a.m. at the Wal-Mart store in Kenedy; 4-6 p.m. at the Wal-Mart in Cuero. Wednesday, March 24, 6-9 a.m. as the Leather Capitol Store in Yoakum; 4-6 p.m. at the Wal-Mart in Gonzales. Thursday March 25, 6-9 a.m. at Krauses Restaurant in New Braunfels; 4-6 p.m. from the Wal-Mart in Seguin. Friday, March 26, 6-9 a.m. at Andy’s Diner in Fredericksburg; and 4-6 p.m. from the Wal-Mart in Boerne. The KKYX effort will conclude Saturday, March 27, with a radiothon at its studios from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. DANCE Comal Post 179 American Legion 410 W. Coll New Braunfels, Texas SATURDAY - MARCH 13TH 8:00 til 12:00 P.M. Music by: PRAIRIE FIRE Admission: 5.00 per person (Frank Kosub - Sound of Country will return April 10th) Steak & Shrimp 8.95 1/2 Lb. Bolled Shrimp Fri.-Sat.-Sun. 2pm - 7pm $5.95 16 oz T-Bone Dinner Mon Aller 5pm $7 95 Kids 5 & under eat free from child menu Frozen Ritas •2■ till 7 p.m. Fri Jim Volk MI k. • D.ihieK DANCE THIS WEEKEND Sat., March 13,8-12 County Line Band $5.00 Admission Saengerhalle I 2 miles East -1 st caution light - outof New Brsunfojsj>njjwy_46East__| NEW OWNERSHIP Walkers Depot invites you to come by and meet the new owners in New Braunfels and Luling. We still have the BIGGEST, JUCIEST BURGERS IN TOWN, Outstanding HAND BATTERED Fried Chicken THIS WEEKS SPECIAL Four Piece Chicken Tenders Dinner includes • Beant, Cole Slaw, Potatoes, Gravy and Roll 3.19 (.ll I HOOKS AV MI XBI I WALNUT 6 629-6400 IM 35 and Walnut Ave. AU. SHOWS BEFORE 6:00 PM $3.00 Times good 3/12 thru 3/18 SAT-SUN 12 35 2.45 4:55 7:10 9:25 WEEKDAYS 4:55 7:10 9:25^ tU SMOKY A FAR OFF PLACE HRT SOMMER SSY RICHARD GERE SAT-SUN 12:553:05 5:15 7:309:46 WEEKDAYS 5:15 7:309:45 SAT-SUN 12:45 2:55 5:10 7:25 9:40 nwmrrra — WEEKDAYS JUUIE ivraim PQU 5:10 7:25 9:40 Groundhog1 f**™6 IJaV    WEEKDAYS _    l^oy    5:05 706 9:10 I    A    2:00 SOO 8.00 I    WEEKDAYS V WOMAN Bi S OO SOO SnMaMMMH BRAUN!EX Till 290 W Sjn Ai Hoi no $1 OO Al I SHOWS $1 OO Timet food VU thru MS »ALfoe2 g«g Loaf IM Maw Vom    fjgjtg I S UP PAST    WEEKDAYS jl^EOTJME-JHrjAOTjOOsao *1 BIRI SAT -SUN RlWliniTIM jgjg VAN DAMM! ^EKDAYS 5:00 700 SOO IfiJkMBJk ALL YOU CAN EAT Seafood Sunday Shrimp & Fish $8.95 (good until 8:00 pm) 381 Lands 629-3311 ;