New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 7, 1991, Page 10

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 7, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas PaQe 10    H&aM Zdtung New Braunfels, Texas    Tuesday,    May    7,    1991 Host Riders crowned by the Monarchs, 38-15 SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Jeff Alexander ran for two touchdowns and Stan Gel haugh passed for three others as the London Monarchs defeated the San Antonio Riders 38-15 Monday night to remain unbeaten in the World League of American Football. Gelbaugh rallied from two first-quarter interceptions to complete 18 of 26 passes, including 12 in a row at one point, for 156 yards. London (7-0) is atop the European Division, and San Antonio (3-4) is tied with Birmingham for the North American West Division lead. San Antonio gave its fans early hope by taking a 9-0 lead in the first quarter. Tile Riders intercepted Gelbaugh twice and held the Monarchs to one first down on 12 total yards while picking up 83 itself. But the Monarchs turned the table abruptly, scoring 21 points in the second quarter and 17 in the third period, turning the 9-0 deficit into a 38-19 lead. The Monarchs now have outscored their opponents 87-10 in the third quarter this season. The Riders scored on Ricky Blake’s 13-yard mn with 2:56 left in the first quarter. Qp the ensuing kickoff, Riders defenders Roderick Manning and Anthony Cooney tackled London kick returner J J. Flannigan in the end zone for a safety. Alexander started London’s comeback with his touchdown runs, both from 9 yards, in the second quarter. Gelbaugh followed with a 9-yard TD pass to Jon Horton in the second quarter, returned to him for a 6-yard pass in the end zone in the third quarter, then connected with Tony Sargent on a 26-yard scoring toss in the third quarter. Philip Alexander wrapped up London’s scoring with a 38-yard field goal that padded the score to 38-9 after three quarters. Mike Johnson connected with Mike Pickens on a 7-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter to bring San Antonio to within 38-15. Johnson entered the game in the fourth quarter for starter Jason Garrett, who was benched after the San Antonio offense stalled. Garrett completed 9 of 21 passes for 91 yards, with one interception. London’s Marlin Brown recovered two fumbles that set up Monarch touchdowns in the second and third quarters. WLAF World League of Amor lean Football All Tlmaa COT European WLT Pct PF PA London    7    0    0    1.000    'BO    73 Barcelona    6    I    0    .657    166    02 Frankfurt    5    2    0    .714    122    100 North American East N.Y.-NJ. 4 3 0 .571 198 100 Montreal 3 4 0 .429 93 178 Orlando 2 5 0 .286 144 212 Raleigh-Durham 0 North American West 7 0 OOO 96 237 San Antonio 3 4 0 .429 133 131 Birmingham 3 4 0 429 65 109 Sacramento 2 5 0 Saturday’s Games Barcelona 11, Birmingham 8 286 101 123 Montreal 26, Sacramento 23, OT Frankfurt 17, Orlando 14 Sunday’s Gama New York-New Jersey 42, Raleigh-Durham 6 Monday's Game London 38, San Antonio 15 Saturday, May 11 San Antonio at Barcelona, 1 p.m. London at New York-New Jersey, 7 p.m. Sacramento at Orlando, 7 p.m. Sunday, May 12 Birmingham at Frankfurt, Noon Monday, May 13 Raleigh-Durham at Montreal, 7 p.m. u IC Reed Continued from Pogo 9 41:18, then won the one mile with a time of 3:31.13. This morning she won both a 5K and a 10K run, finishing as the first female in both races. Her winning time n the 5K was 26:16, then she ran a 56:31 to win the 10K. On Wednesday morning she will compete in a triathlon comprised of a 400-meter swim, a 12-miie bike ride and a three-mile run. “I’m the only lady entered in the triathlon, and I don’t like that,” she said. “It will be tough having only NBA Contin uod from Pago 9 night. The 76crs, who never came close in Saturday’s 105-92 loss, were in it this time. The teams were tied 33-33 after the first quarter and the 76ers went ahead 37-33 to start the second quarter. The Bulls then went on a 7-0 run to go ahead to stay, but they were unable to put it away until the final two minutes. After Grant’s put-back basket, Scottie Pippen, who finished with 23 points, scored the next four points to give the Bulls an 11-point lead with 1:02 to play. “Grant’s stickback was the big play of the game,’’ said 76ers Coach Jim Lynam. “We came out and played a better offensive game, but we missed too many second shots. We have to play better defense if we’re going to beat these guys. Specifically, we have to go home and win two games.’’ The 76ers had better offensive balance than in the opener. Hersey Hawkins scored 30 points, Armon Gilliam had 22 and Charles Barkley 20. All five Chicago starters scored in double figures. “They came out and made adjustments and we adjusted to them,’’ said Pippcn. “It was a very physical game, but we expected that.” Jordan was pleased that the Bulls did not falter when the 76ers made their late run. “We did not lose our poise, and that’s a sign of a mature and positive team,” Jordan said. “We’re doing well right now. We have to go to Philadelphia focused and unified.” The big surprise was that the Bulls outrcbounded the 76ers 42-27. “I don’t think we played a great game, but we played a good enough game,” Bulls Coach Phil Jackson said. “Defensively, we got back on our heels and they had a lot of run-outs early in the game. We did not shoot particularly well. It was a tremendous effort by Horace Grant on the boards.” Grant had seven offensive rebounds, three in the closing minutes when the game was on the line. Overall, the 76ers felt better in this loss. “We were in there all the way,” Barkley said. “The pressure was really on them in games (Hie and two here at home. Now we’re in that situation going back home.” Barkley and Lynam both said centers Bill Cartwright and Will Perdue were giving the 76ers trouble. Cartwright had 13 points and five rebounds and Perdue, with limited time, had eight points and five rebounds. “They’ve gotten great play from their centers,” Lynam said. “Cartwright and Perdue are definitely hurting us. We have to keep them off the boards,” Barkley added. “We had a chance to win,” said Gilliam. “Now we have to go to Philly... and do what we’re supposed to do and win two there.” Briefly NBAC, Dolphins meet The New Braunfels Aquatic Club and the Landa Park Dolphins will hold an important meeting at 5:30 pjii. today at the Landa Park Olympic Pool. The meeting will be for all current and new swimmers interested in com-peuuve swimming, and their parents This includes anyone desiring to be on the high school swim teams as well as those who wish to join only the summer league (ages 5-18). For more information call Bud Dallmann at 625-6342. Matney wins LLGA tourney Sally Matney, playing in the C flight, shot a 58 to win the I-anda Ladies Golf Association’s low net tournament on May I. Mary Falconer won the A flight with a 61, one stroke ahead of Rose T use th Rosemary Crouch’s 67 won the B flight, with Phyllis Yeazcl second at 72 Placing second behind Matney in the C flight was Mary Kay Twite with a 73. Falconer. Tuscih, Virgie Van Kleef, Ma Fox, Matney and R Crouch had birds. T uscih, Falconer, Kern) is, Mary I tar bocth and Maxine Harm had chip-ins. Swinger golf Wednesday The Landa Ladies Golf Association will host the Lady Swinger lemma mem on Wednesday. Play begins at 9 a .rn with a shotgun start. The course will be closed to public unul approx! nudely 2 pm that day. Legends teams tie for 1st The team of Don Sullivan A George Lancaster and the team of E.L. Reid & Ned Allen both shot 56s to tic for first place in the Landa Legends best ball with handicap tournament. Shooting a 57 for third place was the team of Ed Christopher and Gene Nabors. Bob Grundon and Lee Compton shot a 58 to place fourth. In individual play, George Lancaster shot a 60 to take first, with E.L. Reid and Gene Nabors tied for second at 63. Jay Crist was closest to the pin on the 7th and 9th holes, while Christopher was closest on #12. Glen Case took closest honors on the 15th hole. Sand VB league registering Registration for the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department’s summer co-rec sand volleyball league has been extended a week. The league will be limned to eight teams and the registration will now end on May 9. All games will be played on Monday evenings beginning on May 13. The fee is $85 per team. For more information or to register, call the Landa Recreation Center at 620-PLAY. NBMS Banquet on Thursday The New Braunfels High School All Sports Booster Club will sponsor us annual spring banquet on Thursday beginning at 6 pm. at the Civic Center Ticket prices arc 15 per person and the dress is casual Twlllte golf league forming The Landa Park Golf Course will host a 12-icani golf league which will play on Wednesday nights beginning Scoreboard On The Air TUMM* 630 pin — Pro casabas Los Augen* ta Na* Yod* ESPN 636 pm — Pio basta** St Luo* ai Alant* TBS 7 pm — Probasktabta Union ai button GMM 1, TNT 730 pm — Pro baseball Chicago ai Houston WGN •30 pm — Pro baseball Now York ai Catterm* ESPN 930 pm —- Pro besmrtbtai Utah at Port end. Gam* 1, TNT Local Sports TMUMOA* • pin. — Awards Now (Paonia* High School Spring Altitude Banquo’ Civic PMA V 730 pm — iaaaSa# San Antonio MacArthur m Now bi aunt** Ski gam* rn ttlCtsm playoff nato* 730 pm — Track and Sam Canyons Shannon MG ach! ai HOO maun run. Clat* 4A ass* mao!. Memorial Stadium Austin 936 p.m. •— Track and laid Canyon a Shannon Abreed' al 1600 malar run. Cis** 4Aawa moor. MartiorMl Stadtow. Austin SATURDAY t PJP. — >—aW Na* Braun la* vt MeeMhv at Moaeom Piaid San Antonio •awns tamo ai MdMrtei playoff aortae A if neceeaary w* begin 90 nwiutob altar ta* comptoUon ol Vat second game NBA Ail T tm** COT FSI ST POUND Pasta#-!) I hor aday, May 2 Atlanta 123 Dado* 111 UMH* 101. Portland 69 (Jiaii 101. Phoenix 93, Utah wtr* ewnae 9-1 Friday, May 9 induna 116.bunion lid Goidon Sula 110, San Antonio 97. Got dan Sula wins aor wa 9-1 Saturday, May 4 Conference Semifinal* (Beat of-7) Uncage 106. PhtUduiphu ft Filii Round Fur Band 119. 6 aa aw 107, Portland wk* aura* 3 2 Sunday, May ft First Round Boston 124 a adar m> 121. Beaton ear* aortae 9-2 Gabon 119 Attorn* Si Gabon wa* kanas 32 Conference Sa ruff net* LA Laker* 126. Golden SU* 116. LA Loll ara Mud aam* 14) Monday, May I Chicago 112. Phiadaiphw IOO Chicago toad* aer lek 2-0 Tuesday, May 7 OSUMI al Boston 7 p rn men for competition because ITI be trying to stay up with them. I don’t want to finish last. I want to beat some May 22 and continuing through Sept. ll. Each team will have a firm nine-man roster, playing with five golfers each night. Play will be a scramble format with a shotgun start over holes I -9 at 6 p.m. each Wednesday. There is no league fee, but each tournament will cost $15 per learn ($3 per player) with $1 additional from each team going to a hole in one purse. Winners through five places will be selected each night, wiih a small amount held out for a tournament-ending cookout. The firm nine-man roster must be turned in by the close of business on May 20. Upon submission of roster, no change in players will be allowed. For more information call the pro shop at 625-3225. Lady, junior clinics set The Lamia Park Golf Course has scheduled lady and junior clinics for the summer and fall A ladies clinic will be held May 13-17 from 6-7:30 p.m., and again on Sept. 16-20 at the same limes. Both clinics will be held at the golf course. There will be three junior clinics for boys and girls planned by age groups. The first, for 8- to 10-year-olds, will be June 24-28. A clinic for ages 10-12 will be held July 22-26. A clinic for juniors 12 and older will run Aug. 5-9. All junior clinics will be field at Landa Park from 9:30-11 a.m. Call 625-3225 for more information. 06 pm of those old geezers.” Wednesday’s triathlon begins at 7:30 a.m. at North East Stadium. Utah ai Portland, 9 90p rn Wedneeday, May 6 Golden Stale at LA Lakers, 930 p rn Thursday, May • Gabon ai Boston. Noun Ulan at Portland, IBA Friday, May 10 Chicago ai PhJtadetptua, 7pm LA Lakers al Golden Stale. 9 30 p m NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs AM Time* COT CONFERENCE CHAMP tOM*H**b Ckw y    I Boston 6. Pittsburgh 3 thursday,May 2 Minnesota 3, Edmonton I Friday,May! Boston 5. Piasbuigfi 4. OT Saturday, May 4 Edmonton 7. Minnesota 2 I unday, May6 Pittsburgh 4, Boston I, Boston leads series 2 1 Ms ride y, May 6 Minnesota 7, Edmonton 3. Minnesota toads sanes 2 1 Tuesday, Msy 7 Boa ton st PNtoburgh 6 96p rn |flfad|k*adau    J| wWlMEMMyt MPI w Edmonton al Minnesota 7. Thursday. May • Pittsburgh ai B«eton 6 96p rn Friday. May IO Minnesota al Edmonton 6 96 pm TH OS I vo ti qj C •MS BJ BJ 3 TH OS I vc ti § I** a Classified Classified word rates .212C per word for I time insertion. Lower rates for multiple insertions. Any bold face wording la charged aa 2 words per word. 15 word minimum. Deadline I p.m. of the day prior to publication. I p.m. Friday for Sunday publication. Notify Classified Department within 24 hours if a mistake is made In your ad. The Her ald-Zai fling will not give credit for more than the first day the Incorrect ad appeared, lf an ad appears in Wednesdays paper it will also appear in the Comal County News for an additional .053C per word. [BBH VISA 625-9144 Classified Index Antiques ................... 220 Apts/Duplexes For Rent .............. ......315 Appliances...................................... 230 400 Automobiles............................... ......100 Automobile Supplies ......130 Aviation .............................. ......125 Boats A Supplies ......120 Bim kl: no Materials 240 Business Opportunities .......210 Commerdal Property for Rent...... .......310 Commercia! Property for Sale..... 360 Cards of Thanks........................... 415 Car pool ...................................... ......215 Condos/Townhomes for Rent 320 Condos/Townhomes for Sale 350 Duplexes/Apts for Sale ............. 353 Education 206 Farm Equipment 135 Farmers Market 255 Farms/Ranches for Rent.............. 356 355 Feed/Seed/Plants........... 250 Financial ....................................... 270 Furniture........................................ 235 Garage Sales 225 Help Wanted 200 Homes tor Rent........................... 330 Homes tor Sale........................... 345 Hunting Leases....................................300 Investment Property for Sale..............385 Jobs Wanted.........................................205 Lake Property for Sale .......................370 Legal/Public Notices.............................430 Livestock/Horses ..................................245 Lost A Found........................................410 Lots A Acreage for Rent.....................374 Lots A Acreage for Sale ....................375 Misc. for Sale......................................260 Mobile Homes for Rent.......................325 Mobile Homes for Safe........................365 Mobtie Homes Sties for Rent ............366 Mobile Homes Sties for Sale ............363 Motorcycles..........................................115 Office Space for Rent..........................311 Personals...............................................405 Pets/Suppltes.........................................248 Portable Buildings................................140 Pre-cut Homes......................................344 Real Estate Financing ........................343 Real Estate Wanted ......................... 380 River Property for Sale........................373 R.V.’S .......  HO Services............................... 440 Storage Space for Rent......................312 Trucks/Vans..........................................105 Wanted lo Buy....................................265 Wanted lo Rent....................................340 IOO Aulomobles loo ar 1982 Olds Delta 88. 2 door. air, aN power, $995 620-5216._ 1982 Plymouth Reliant Station wagon dean. runs well 4 cyl. auto. $950 629 7969__ 1983 Mercury Capri 5 0, 5-spd. new clutch. A/C, good body sunroof Ploy. 625 1763 or 625 7649 1987 Chevy Spectrum, am/lm cassette cold air. excellent mileage, clean. 5 spd. good transporta lion $3500 620 0531 86' Ford Taurus, Good Shape. $2800 . 87 Buick Megal 58,000 miles, $4200 Must Seel Call 625 2053_ 86 Spectrum 68.000 hwy miles, minor body work, needed $3000 OBO 625 5540_ 90 Olds Cutlass Supreme, Showroom condi bon. loaded with sunroof, low mileage, factory war ranty, $400. assume pay merits 625 5536 By owner 1984 Ford Cos tom Van, excellent condt lion, new tires, bucket seats, bed. loaded (512)964 2186._ GOVERNMENT SEIZED vetsctos from $100 Fords Mercedes Corvettes Chevys Surplus Buyers Guide (I) 805 962 8000 Ext S 10069_ GOVERNMENT SEIZED vehicles from $100 Corvettes. Cltevys, Pots cftes, and oilier con tis ce tod properties For Buy ars Guide (600)772 9212 ext 1874 Also open even Migs $ weekends 105 Batteries starting at $16 exchange Wanted Cars & Trucks COMAL AUTO SALVAGE 629 6965 Low Monthly Auto Insurance Call 625-3000. Trucks/ Vans 105 1963 Dodge 250 Marklll Conversion Van, Power windows, locks, seat, dual AZC. high mileage by one owner, maintained by Becker, Excellent Cond) lion. $4750 OO. Call 625 0480 1975 Ford F250 Ranger Super Cab. AZC. pto. pa. Clean Condition. Nnew bree. shocks, brakes, and more Must Se! $3495 OO OBO. Can 629 7504 or 964 2339_ For sale 1980 Chevy Pickup. $1000 cash. 620 5468__ 1983 Chevy Suburban-350. automa be, cold dual air, excellent condibon, $4995 Call 625 1977 1982 Chevy Suburban, very clean. 350 engine, air. auto, luggage rack, step rails. $3995 Canyon Lake 512 964 3629 1968 Ford F 150 Lariat XLT Super Cab Very clean, well maintained, 6V* ‘ bed wit) liner. Unled windows. AC. cruise PSZ PB. arn/lrn cassette, barter hitch, dual tanks Econorn teal 6 cyl with manual 5 spd OD. $8950, 626 6931_ 1990 Mazda B 2000 Long bed Pickup, 5 spd. AZC Suggested retail $7700 will seM $6650 625 6901 •74 Ford P/U. 360. VB. auto, dome wheels, cus tom stereo. SWH $1500 626 1847 Philip For Sale 1951 Chevy Pickup, 76% restored $1000 or best otter Call 629 4345 after 6pm R.V.’t 110 1976 Coachman 20’. sleeps 6, Frig, AZC, Tub. shower, heat. $3000 00 62G 5335__ 1979 Winnebago, 29ft, all options, low mileage, re duced price or bade (or smaller coach 625 4760 1990 20' Alta self con tuned, very nice. full bed Used 3 times Negotiable down. $143 47 month (512)9362739___ 1990 Vagabon travel bailer, self contained. 32tt. good floor plan, many op bons, excellent condition Priced to sell, see evenings Lot SOB. New Braunfels RV Park. Hwy 81 East No phone carts FIBERGLASS SHELLS all sizes 6?0 9609 Motorcycles SUZUKI MOTORCYCLES Rani. suet aor we and rep™ art btu id eyelet. cal Suzuki of Saguln, Inc 1-800-747-8053 Be&l Place to Buy I Pick up Service Avoilgbio Bom* I Supplies WEST END AUTO SALES 1567 W San Antonio 629-0025 We Finance Ea/y Terms Cell Today Drive Today We Buy Care Credit As Low AsB on con & truckj| All Credit Accepted 650-46151 per mo. Far* Equipment AC TEX Farm Equipment 1-812-372 1830 Seguin hewn, (ken Ort* atte rtrara Hurtle* Pta>*» Ute tor aw Mi* to* hora 0ta ll* ton* Mw I (tart I ta ta *yt gay I Farm Equipment 135 New Holland model 320, heavy duty hay baler. Good condition, $3500 OBO. 512-625-4178, 512-885-4475. Portable Buildings 140 Portable utility buildings All wood/ shingle roof, built on your lot. 8X8 to 16X40. 620-6127.__ Spring Sale! Barns, storages, warehouses, field offices, utility, garages. Custom made to order. 625-6396. Help Wanted 200 115 120 19f1 pontoon boat, 33hp Johnson motor A bailer $1200 936 2124._ *82 Pro Craft fibbing A ski boat, excellent condition many axil ae included Af tor 6pm 620 6314 135 ACCOUNTANT/ CONTROLLER. Hands on experienced accountant for unique small company. Good interpersonal skills. Strong in PC use, GZL and financial statement production and knowledge of restaurant and real estate accounting, non-smoker. Send resume with salary history and requirements. 1601 Hunter Road, New Braunfels. TX 78130. Apply now to operate fireworks stand in New Braunfels area June 24- July 4. Must be over 20 Make up to $ 1,500 Call 512/622 3788 from 10am-5pm. The New Braunfels Herald Zeitony is looking for people who fjllow any of the throe local high schools in any sport to cover those games Writing experience not essential (Sample story, references required). Contact Tom Labmski, 625 9144._ Assistant/ Receptionist needed part time Must be bilingual Send resume 614 Hwy 81 West. Now Braunfels. Texas._ CASEWORKER NEEDED! Comal County Children's Shelter has opening fot Full-Time Caseworker Prefer BSW-MSW, or equivilant work experience Salary Com menserates with experience SEND RESUME WITH REFERENCES: Children's Shelter, P O Box 311682, New Braunfels , Tx ., 78131-1682.__ Comal Appraisal District is accepting applications for ABSTACT TECHNICIAN/ DATA ENTRY CLERK We seek mature, conscientious, detail oriented person with a minimum of two years experience; computer experience desirable Must have good typing and communication skills and capable of deal mg with public. Salary range $10,500 to $12,000 commensurate with ex perience. Applications may be submitted at 430 West Mill Street. New Braunfels, TX. Deadline for submission May 15, 1991. EQL_ Comal Independent School District Transpor ta bon Department is tak ing applications tor the position of School Bus Driver You may apply be tween the hours of Sam 4pm, Monday Friday at the Transportation office located off of Hwy 81 East in New Braunfels It you have any questions please call 512 625 8081 local area or 512 885 76/4 for the Hill Country area Dental Hygemst Hooded IA days/Wk . Salary Nog . 899-7128____ Direct Care Make a Jitter once in someone * lite Work with handicap young adults Apply 750 Rusk. New Brasilete 629 4400 Do you have your huger on bio pulse of your common tty? The New Brauntelb Herald Zeitung is booking area correspondents for Comal County common i bos Sample column ie toronto* required Con tact Janme Green at 626 9144    ___ EARN MONEY Reading books1 $30 000/yr income potential Details (1) 805 962 8000 Ext Y 10069____ Earn Thousands Process mg Mail Rush $ I OO arid self addressed, stamped envelope to R C P O Box 312106. New Braontok., I exes 78131 2106 Experienced Caipenters and Helpers Wanted Coil 620 6169 atter bp rn FE DE RAI GOV I * luring $16,000    $72 000/ year Call I 805 564 6500 ell GB 1172 for immediate response FLOORING MECHANIC Experience, tools, (etui •rices A lr ans poi la don. ALL A MUSTI 612 699 3858_________ Full time Automotive Me ch ame Most be dean cut, dependable and able lo handle wide variety of re pair needs Apply in per son, 161 IH 36 East Great Opportunity lur a Couple to Menage DBO A More Restaurant, Call 626 6123 or 626 7296 tor appointment ;

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