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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 16 HERALDZE1TUNG MARCH 1993 Santa Clara upsets Arizona Samuel Vargas shows off the 6ounce large mouth bass he caught last weekend at Lake Fort Vargas was accompanied by Carlos Medrano when he made his Photo by Manuel Stats Results National Basketball Association EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L OB New York 44 18710 New Jersey 37 Beaton 35 Orlando 29 Miami 28 16 Philadelphia 20 41 Washington 18 Central Division Chkfcgo 43 Cleveland 41 Charlotte 34 9 Atlanta 32 Indiana 30 Detroit 28 Milwaukee 24 19 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L GB Houston 42 San Antonio 2 Utah 37 5 Denver 25 17 Minnesota 15 26 Dallas 5 Pacific Division xPhoenix 47 xSeattte 44 Portland 36 LA Lakers 33 LA Clippers 31 Golden State 25 23 Sacramento 20 28 xclnched ptayoH Thursdays Games Charlotte Minnesota 85 New York Cleveland 95 Boston Denver 101 Seattle Sacramento 111 Miami LA Clippers 117 Houston Golden State 85 Frldaya Qamee Milwaukee at New Dallas at Minnesota at Charlotte at Washington at Orlando at San Seattle at Detroit at Boston at LA Golden State at Houston at Saturdays Games Chicago at Cleveland at Philadelphia at 8 Orlando at 8 Utah at LA Sundays Games San Antonio at New 11 Charlotte at Dallas at New 6 Detroit at LA 7 Boston at 7 Seattle at Indiana at 8 Bex HOUSTON 98 Hotry 25 34 Thorpe 59 23 OUjuwcn 1326 99 Maxwell 914 12 Smith 15 00 Herrera 35 12 Brooki 01 00 Bullard 11 OX Garland 39 11 Touli 37 GOLDEN STATE 85 Hill 55 11 Owcm 516 15 Alexander 512 13 Buechler 610 22 SpreweU 5 15 35 59 12 510 00 Houiton 01 12 3678 1020 Houiton 28 222028 Golden Stale 25 27 23 10 3Point 714 Maxwell Smith Horry Golden State 310 Sprewell Buechler Oweni Fouled 41 OUjuwon Golden Sute 55 Alexander 31 Maxwell Golden Sute 22 Owens Total Golden State TechnicmlMHouiton illegal Golden Sute illegal National Hockey League W L T Pis GF GA Chicago 39 22 10 88 239 194 Detroit 38 279 85 314 249 Toronto 37 25 9 83 249 206 Minnesota 33 31 9 75 245 265 Louie 33 309 75 244 240 Tampa Bay 21 455 47 210 269 Smyrna Division xVancouver 38 249 85 294 227 xCalgary 36 25 10 82 274 241 LoeAngeies 33 317 73 291 29S Winnipeg 32 34 6 70 267 278 Edmonton 25 408 58 211 286 San Jose 10 502 22 186 347 xcNnched playoff Thursdays Games Boston Ottawa 1 Montreal Quebec 2 New Jersey Edmonton 1 Pittsburgh Washington 5 Toronto Tampa Bay 2 Detroit Minnesota 1 Loe Angeles New York Islanders 4 Winnipeg Vancouver 2 San Jose at New York Hartford at Saturdays Games Detroit at Buffalo at Tampa 1240 Quebec at New PhXadefchia at Chicago at Edmonton at New York Wanders at Louis at Los Sundays Games San Joee at Detroit at WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W Pittsburgh Washington New Jersey NY Rangers NY Islanders Philadelphia Adams Division xMontreal 43 23 6 xQuebec xBoston Buffalo Hartford Calgary at New Jersey at Pittsburgh Edmonton at Tampa Bay at L T 43 21 6 34 287 34 306 31 28 11 33 31 6 26 32 11 Pts 92 75 74 73 72 63 92 39 23 10 88 40 24 7 87 33 27 10 76 21 43 5 47 Ottawa 9 58 4 22 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division GF GA 282 226 277 248 254 248 264 258 282 252 264 273 293 234 303 261 281 241 294 252 233 306 171 337 PUBLIC NOTICE BRIEF EXPLANATORY STATEMENTS OF PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS SPECIAL ELECTION MAY 1993 PROPOSITION 1 ON THE BALLOT v 1 of Senate Joint Resolution 7 jtedposes a constitutional amendment would allow the legislature to re distribute among other school districts ad valorem taxes levied and collected by a school The amendment would also ajlow the legislature to create county Education districts with the taxable prop erty of existing school districts in one or more counties County educa tion districts may and dis tribute ad valorem taxes as authorized by general The legislature would be al lowed to set the rate of the ad valorem to be imposed in a school district or education district or it may autho rize the board of trustees of each school district or county education district to set the provided that the rate of county education district ad valorem taxes may not exceed per valuation of taxable unless a higher rate is approved by the voters of the The amendment also provides that the agtpunt of ad valorem taxes redistributed anjotig school districts by the legislature redistributed within a through county education dis tricts may not exceed percent of the swjn of the state revenue appropriated for public schools and the revenue from local advalorem taxes levied and collected for The term state revenue aoes not include revenue from ad valorem revenue for the provision of free or contributions to a retire Iment the amendment that it does not affect the distri of the available school fund under section of the Texas propped amendment will appear follows amendment allow redistribution of va fpr authorizing w or lwal districts to set w a minimum tax rate in county educa tion and placing a cap on the ad valorem tax levied by county edu cation PROPOSITION 2 ON THE BALLOT Section 2 of Senate Joint Resolution 7 proposes a constitutional amendment that would provide except for state educational mandates imposed in com pliance with the Texas Constitution or federal or unless enacted by a vote of at least twothirds of the members elec ted each house of the a school district may not be required to comply with an obligation requiring ex penditure of school district funds unless the obligation is fully The amend ment also requires the legislature to pro vide by law a procedure for determining whether an obligation is fully In the absence of such a and at the request of a school districts board of the comptroller of public ac counts shall determine whether or not an obligation is fully This amend ment applies only to state educational mandates enacted after December The proposed amendment will appear on the ballot as follows The constitutional amendment ex empting a school district from the ob ligation to comply with unfunded state educational PROPOSITION 3 ON THE BALLOT Senate Joint Resolution 4 proposes an amendment to article section of the which currently autho rizes the legislature to provide for using the permanent school fund to guarantee bonds by school districts and cer tain sdftcatioMeteted fcondjj issued by the The Amendment would repeal the provision authorizing advertisement AHOPPWC DfNWC Fabuloso Italian Buffet Wednesday Nights 444 San Antonio Braunfels 910 6060745 the use of the permanent school fund to guarantee state revenue but would permit the legislature to provide by law for the issuance of general obliga tion bonds or revenue bonds of the state for the purpose of making loans or purchasing bonds school districts for the purpose of or improvement of instructional including all The amendment also that the pursuant to general may forgive the payment of principal and interest on all or part of a made to a district underthe amendment to partially finance an in structional The cap of mil lion on the amount of bonds that could be issued under article section as would be The amend ment would repeal the current provision of the constitution permitting the legis lature to authorize bonds in excess of million by twothirds record vote of both houses of the While any of the general obligation bonds issued under the amendment or any of the inter est on those bonds is outstanding and un there would be appropriated out of the first money coming into the state treasury in each fiscal not otherwise appropriated by the the amount sufficient to pay the principal and interest on the bonds that matured or be came due that fiscal The proposed amendment will appear on the ballot as follows The constitutional amendment au thorizing the issuance of million in state general obligation or revenue bonds to assist school districts in par tially financing authorizing the state to forgive payments of loans made to a school district for partially and repealing the authorization million in state revenue bonds guaranteed by the per manent school el infarme enwienda a to constitucidn qw apwrecerb en la boleta el I de mayo de Si listed no ha recibido wna copiq del informe en pocir4 obtener gratis par llnmar tl o por escribir al Sewe tario de Box Texat 787U Published by Secretary of State John TheAeeadsledPme Did you see Santa Clara pull off the upset Did you see Jason Kidtfs shot Did you see how good Duke looked Those were the questions being asked all over the country today as college basketball fans the hardcore ones and the Vitale comelatelys reflected on the opening day pf the NCAA tour nament There were other highlights Robinsons 36 David Cains tripledou Derrick return the story that everyone was talk ing about was Santa Clara 19 a littleknown team out of the West Coast Conference that shocked sixth ranked Arizona 6461 in the open Ing round of the West the second time in as many years the Wild cats were knocked off by an obscure team in the first Last it was 14thseeded East Tennessee I dont feel said Ari zona 244 coach Lute whose team shot 25 percent in the second half and 31 percent for the At this point Im just frustrated that we couldnt play more the way were capable of Kidd played exactly the way hes capable of and showed the nation why hes the most talked about freshman point guard since Kenny With the LSUCalifornia 20 8 game tied at 64 and time run ning Kidd took the ball at the 3point spun his way into the lane and past two defenders and put up a twisting onehander that banked in with one second The shot capped a sev five steal performance for Kidd and set up a second round Midwest Regional matchup between him and the best senior point Bobby Hurley and Duke opened defense of their national championships wtifTaiT awesome outing in a 10670 win over Southern Illinois The Blue Devils 247 made 14 of 19 shots from 3point shot percent overall and enjoyed their most lopsided post season victory since EAST Johns Texas Tech 67 Robert Cain had 11 rebounds and 11 mta and the fifthseeded Redmen 19 10 a 224 run in the Moond had to pud Western Kentucky Memphis State 63 Mark a Mootfl had 1S poMa and a teamhigh nine rebounds at Seventhseeded Western Kentucky 285 beat Memphis Seton Had 81 Tennessee State 69 Seton HsJI 286 won Us 12th straight ever al and Us fifth straight NCAA iirMround TeftvDitefe led the Pirates vidlH il9 MIDWEST t Kansas Bal State 72 Rex Wallers made all six of his anoint shots and scored 23 points and the secondseeded Jayhawks 266 shot BHgham Young Southern Methodist 71 BVD led at the but SMU managed to stay The Cougars 254 were led by Arkaneas Holy Cross 64 The fourthMadid Razorbadw 218 used 10 awl 100 In the games first minulM to pul away Rhodelslend Purdue 68 t trw Bio Tin ftoonna hsa 36 got Nttlt helpfrom Carlos Coftold had seven points In a 199 run that lifted Rhode Island 1910 from a 4342 to a 6152 North Carolina East Carolina 66 Eric Montroaa scored 17 points as North Car olina 294 gave Dean Smith a record 60th NCAA tournament Injured In the ACC returned and played 16 six SOUTHEAST Tulane Kansas State 53 State Evansvie 70 Charlie given plenty of room to responded with 15 points to lead the thirdeeed SaHLakeCky Illinois Long Beach Slate 72 Rennte demons hk consecutive onehanded drMng layups In the final for sixth seeded nois Deon Thomas led the IMni with 20 points arid nine Variderbtt Boise State 72 BHIy McCaffrey scored 20 of his 26 points In the second haN to carry VanderbUt Temple Missouri 61 Aaron McKie and Eddie Jones scored 24 points each for the Owfs Temporary Location RHOADS INTERIORS 666 Lands 6253477 Formerly Waynes Garden Center SATELLITE Guaranteed SALES SERVICE 210523081 s 3 n nstan fellowsfiip Meeting at Memorial 1900 Walnut Everyone Welcome This March AM Sunday School AM Morning Worship How do you handle criticism We all deal with criticism but are we constructive and poiitive in dealing with criticism Well talk about it Series IN SEARCH OF WHOLENESS PoweY to Handle Criticism Nursery each service Church available 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