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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 21, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas a HeraldZettung o Tuesday October Football The Top 25 By The Associated Press The Top Twenty Five teams in The Associated Press college football poll with firstplace voles In parentheses records through Oct 18 total points based on 25 points for a first place vote through one point for a 25th place vote and previous ranking Record Pis Pv 60 2 50 1 60 3 70 4 60 5 61 7 51 10 51 9 61 11 60 13 61 6 60 883 16 52 868 17 51 806 20 51 666 12 51 664 19 52 642 8 42 561 15 51 415 22 51 378 14 51 366 23 51 304 52 290 60 134 42 114 Others receiving votes Air Force 87 Miami Ohio 48 Georgia Toch 30 Virginia 29 Colorado 25 Colorado St 16 Ohio U 16 Rice 16 Southern Miss 11 Syracuse 9 Northwestern 8 Brigham Young 7 Tulane 2 Stanford 1 The and coverage of college football can be lourid at 1 Nebraska 33 2 Penn St 26 3 Florida St 9 4 North Carolina 2 5 Michigan 6 Florida 7 Washington 8 Tennessee 9 Ohio St 10 Washington St 11 Auburn 12 Oklahoma St 13 UCLA 14 Kansas St 15 Michigan St 16 Georgia 17 LSU 18 Iowa 19 Virginia Tech 20 Texas 21 West Virginia 22 Purdue 23 Arizona St 24 Toledo 25 Mississippi National Football Uagut At A Glance All Times CDT By The Associated Press AMERICAN CONFERENCE L PF PA 143 124 New 195 104 201 156 131 165 94 164 191 135 171 170 174 158 142 147 6 98 190 1 215 113 Kansas 153 113 124 143 179 173 San 105 157 NATIONAL CONFERENCE W L PF PA 157 153 166 118 125 117 124 147 6 119 144 Green 168 149 176 155 Tampa 140 124 101 199 San 1 187 98 107 127 St 113 159 Now 118 175 6 133 188 Thursdays Game Kansas City 31 San Diego 3 SundaysGames Philadelphia 13 Arizona 10 OT Carolina 13 New Orleans 0 Dallas 20 Jacksonville 22 New York Jets 24 New England 19 San Francisco 35 Atlanta 28 Seattle 17 6t Louis 9 Tennessee 28 Washington 14 Oakland 28 Denver 25 Miami 24 Baftimore 13 New York Giants 26 Detroit 20 OT Pittsburgh 26 Cincinnati 10 Open date Chicago Green Bay Minnesota Tampa Bay Mondays Game Buffalo 9 Indianapolis 6 Sunday Oct 26 Baltimore at Washington noon Cincinnati at New York Giants noon Dallas at Philadelphia noon Denver at Buffalo noon Kansas City at St Louis noon San Francisco at New Orleans noon Minnesota at Tampa Bay 3 Chicago at Miami 3 Tennessee at 3 Indianapolis at San Diego 3 Jacksonville at Pittsburgh 3 Oakland at Seattle 3 Atlanta at Carolina 7 Open date Detroit New York Jets Monday Oct 27 Green Bay at New England 8 Soccer Major League Soccer Playoff Glance By The Associated Press All Times CDT CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS Bestof3 EASTERN CONFERENCE 2 New England 0P 4 New England 1 2 New England 1 SO 43 Columbus 2 Tampa Bay 0P Columbus 2 Tampa Bay 1 Columbus 2 Tampa Bay 0 WESTERN CONFERENCE Colorado 2 Kansas City 0 Colorado 3 Kansas City 0 Colorado 3 Kansas City 2 Dallas 2 Los Angeles 0 Dallas 1 Los Angeles 0 SO 20 Dallas 3 Los Angeles 0 CONFERENCE FINALS Bestof3 EASTERN CONFERENCE 2 Columbus 0 3 Columbus 2 1 Columbus 0 WESTERN CONFERENCE Colorado 2 Dallas 0 Colorado 1 Dallas 0 Colorado 2 Dallas 1 CHAMPIONSHIP Sunday Oct 26 Colorado at Basketball NBA Preseason Glance By The Associated All Times CDT EASTERN CONFERENCE W L Pet Milwaukee 4 0 Atlanta 4 Cleveland 4 Miami 3 Toronto 4 Detroit 3 800 800 750 GB 1 2 667 1 2 600 1 New New WESTERN San LA Portland LA Golden GB 1 V2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 Sundays Games Toronto 98 New York 91 Minnesota 106 Charlotte 102 Houston 121 Phoenix 110 Mondays Games Toronto 107 Vancouver 98 Utah 104 New Jersey 92 Washington 105 Denver 96 Tuesdays Games Boston at Orlando Indiana vs Charlotte at Nashville Minnesota vs Milwaukee at Des Molnes Iowa LA Lakers at Denver 8 Dallas vs Houston at Albuquerque 8 Atlanta at LA Clippers Golden State vs Portland at Spokane Rangers From Page 7 Smlthson Valley 9th B 22 BUDA The Rangers B team shut out Hays 220 last week Kent Lain started things with an intercep tion return for a touchdown and Chase Thompson scored the two point conversion Thompson scored a touchdown on the next series and Chris Schaal scored the conversion fbr a 166 lead Ryan Humes scored Smithson Valleys third touchdown on a 57 yard pass from Schaal The defense forced four Hays turnovers and was led by Humes Fernando Gutierrez and Casey Wedding who all had fumble recov eries Linebacker Floyd Ezell had the most tackles and Jeremy Robinson had a quarterback sack In other subvarsity games last week the Smithson Valley eighth grade A team lost to New Braunfels 120 and the B team beat NewBraunfels 180 The seventhgrade A team beat New Braunfels and the B team also won 180 Briefs NBHS cross country team runs at Invitational meet From Page 7 and finished in second place overall Teammate Michael Schaeffer was fifth overall with a 78 followed by Ilagan Cohle Josh Speck 84 and Jason Ray NBHS cross country teams run well at Invitational COLLEGISTATION It may not have shown in the final standings but New Braunfels cross country Noel Hansen saw good things from the Unicorns at Saturdays Invitational meet The Unicorn girls finished fourth out of 30 teams with 173 points Kingwood the No I girls team in the state was first with 38 points followed by Kline 62 and Houston Memorial The girls ran hard and did a good Hansen said There were a lot of good teams there but the times were really high for Crystal Clark led the Unicorns with a 26th place finish Clark ran the 2mile course in Karin Meder was 32nd at followed by Jodi Slaughter 36th Sarah Damarodas 38th and Laurel Weltzer 41st Also running for New Braunfels were Elise Sagert 82nd and Laura Pulido 85th The other schools really ran well for the first halfmile and that really made a differ Hansen said of the girls race They gapped us a bit at first but we really closed it down after The boys ran a 5K race with the Unicorns finishing 10th with 416 points Ryan Gorman was 37th with a time of followed by Will Slaughter who fin ished 40th at Jimmy Lagunas was 95th at followed by Chad Niland lllth and Michael Kindel 133rd Also running for the Unicorns were Tim Voigt 150th Wes Welch 152nd and Carlos Vela 166th New Braunfels run in the District 265A meet Nov 1 at TexasSan Antonio The Unicorns will not run this weekend NEW BRAUNFELS HERALDZEITUNG CLASS ADVERTISING DEADLINES RATES PAYMENT INFORMATION DEADLINES FOR Day Published Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday DEADLINES FOR Day Published Wednesday THE NEW BRAUNFELS HERALDZEITUNG Line Ad Deadline 10 Friday 10 Monday 10 Tuesday 10 Wednesday 10 Thursday THE UPstream Lino Ad Deadline 10 Monday Display Ad Deadline 5 Thursday 5 Friday 5 Monday 5 Tuesday 5 Wednesday Display Ad Deadline 5 p m Friday Advertising rates are available upon request Special discounts are offered for multiple run ads ALL GARAGE SALE AND SERVICE DIRECTORY ADS MUST BE PREPAID FREE ADS Lost Found Free Giveaways Any For Sale Item Priced or Less WE ACCEPT CASH CHECKS MASTERCARD VISA To Place or Cancel Your Ad Call AA Fax Your Ad to 6251224 Office Hours MondayFriday 8 5 wfcW W I GENERAL POLICIES The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung publisher of the Upstream and the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung reserves the right to correctly classify revise and edit all copy or reject or cancel any advertisement at any time Acceptance of any ad is subject to credit approval supervisory acceptance The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung shall not be financially liable for errors omis sions or the failure to publish any ad for any reason CHECK YOUR AD THE FIRST DAY it runs for errors Liability of errors shall not exceed the cost of the space containing the error ALAMO WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT INC The Alamo Workforce Development Board AWDB is soliciting proposals to establish manage and operate eight career development centers in the Alamo Workforce Development Area AWDA which consists of the City of San County and the eleven surrounding rural area counties Atascosa Bandera Comal Frio Gillespie Guadalupe Karnes Kendall Kerr Medina and Wilson These career centers are designed to integrate the state and local program delivery system by consolidating the more than 21 separately funded and administered education job training and programs currently operated by 7 separate state agencies The bulk of the funds supporting the operation of Texas Workforce Career Centers will at first be from the Job Training Partnership Act and US DOL discretionary funds While labor services activities are included in the operation of these career centers Wagner Peyser funds are not included in the funds to be awarded under this proposal Wagner Peyser funds will support staff providing universal services as well as up front job search and placement and possibly some of the facilities for the workforce centers Inclusion of the Defense Diversification Program DDP funds for the Kelly Air Force Base closure are contingent on funding This Request For Proposal RFP package will be released and available at on October 23 1997 at the AWDB office located at 115 E Travis Suite 220 San Antonio Texas 78205 The response deadline is no later than on December 8 1997 A bidders conference will be held at on October 30 1997 at the same location Three eighthour proposal writing seminar sessions will be held on November 6th 7th and 10th from at the Nonprofit Resource Center of Texas at 111 Soledad San Antonio Texas Seating is limited to 25 individuals per session and initially only one person per agency will be allowed to register For more information regarding the seminar to include cost and registration please call Rita Thompson at 210 2723260 AWD is an Equal Opportunity Auxiliary services are available upon request coffee donutsl New Braunfels HeraldZeitung LOST DOG Blk White Border Collie white nose 45lbs Lat seen near Hack berry Call 6065746 LOST DOG German Shep F blk tan Last seen near corner of 3009 1863 8304387712 LOST MALE Sealpoint Siamese Cat cino area tail lighter brown skinny Very loving 6253332 LOST tennis bracelet at Mill Store Plaza Reward 6099619 Lost womens wedding band at Me Frugals parking lot Reward 6431360 ANNOUNCEMENTS Garage Auctions Estate Sales Lost Found Legal and much more 100150 FOUND at FranksLg white dog red collar Call to Claim 830 8993226 17th day of October 1997 MARGARET L HER BRICH Clerk of the District Courts in and for Comal County Texas 150 N Se guin New Braunfels Tx 78130 BY ANNE E WILLIAMS 110 Legal Notii NOTICE OF SHOWCAUSE HEARING CAUSE NO C970532C TO TRACY NEAL TAYLOR GREETINGS IT IS HERE BY ORDERED that you Tracy Neal Taylor appear before this Court in the Courthouse at New Braun fels Comal County Texas on the 5TH day of NOVEM BER 1997 at oclock to showcause why during the pendency of this case PROTECTIVE OR DER SHOULD NOT BE GRANTED GIVEN UNDER MY HAND and seal of said Court at my office in New Braunfels Texas this the LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on October at in a meeting of Com missioners Court at the Courthouse Annex on the 3rd Floor New Braunfels the application to vacate Lot 53 Emerald Valley Subdivi sion and replat establishing Lots 53 A 53B 53C and 53D shall be considered Anyone wishing to protest said action should attend and voice their opinions Call 8306082090 for further in formation LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on October at in a meeting of Com missioners Court at the Courthouse Annex on the 3rd Floor New Braunfels the application to vacate Lots 58 and 59 Rim Rock Ranch Unit One and replat establishing Lots 58R and 59R shall be considered Anyone wishing to protest said action should attend and voice their opinions Call 8306082090 for further information PETS LIVESTOCK Dogs Cats Birds Pet Supplies Farm Breeding Training Livestock and much more 210252 01 fi Dogs Cats I W Mkr Pets Free to good homeCalico Kitten playful Free 2 yr old female dog black Lab both needs a large yard 6294603 Tam my FREE Australian Shepherd Border Collie cross pup pies 6091108 GERMAN WIRE Haired Pointers AKC 6 F 1M 2104024092 Lost 2 yr old neutered tabby cat 12 Ibs 6063893 or 3031950 Lost gray Husky mix in the vicinity of 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