New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 21, 1997, Page 8

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung October 21, 1997

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 21, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 8 Q Herald-Zeitung p Tuesday, October 21,1997 Scoreboard Football Th* Top 25 By The Associated Press The Top Twenty Five .teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 18, total points based on 25 points for a first place vote through one point tor a 25th place vote and previous ranking: Record Pts Pv 1 Nebraska (33) 6-0 1,696 2 2 Penn St. (26) 5-0 1,668 1 3 Ronda St. (9) 6-0 1,629 3 4 North Carolina (2) 7-0 1,524 4 5 Michigan 6-0 1,494 5 6. Florida 6-1 1,401 7 7 Washington 5-1 1,264 10 8 Tennessee 5-1 1,253 9 9 Ohio St 6-1 1,222 11 10. Washington St 6-0 1,155 13 11. Auburn 6-1 1,048 6 12 Oklahoma St. 60 883 16 13. UCLA. 5-2 AAA OOO 17 14. Kansas St 5-1 806 20 15. Michigan St. 5-1 AAA OOO 12 16 Georgia 5-1 664 19 17 LSU 5-2 642 8 18 Iowa 4 2 561 15 19 Virginia Tech 5-1 415 22 20. Texas AAM 5-1 376 14 21 West Virginia 5-1 nee JOO 23 22 Purdue 5-1 304 — 23 Arizona St 5-2 290 — 24 Toledo 6-0 134 — 25 Mississippi 4-2 114 — Others receiving votes Air Force 87, Miami. Ohio 48, Georgia Tech 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 AP poll and coverage of college football can be found at http www aptop25 com National Football League At A Glance AN Times COT By The Associated Press AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pct PF PA Miami 5 2 0 .714 143 124 New England 5 2 0 714 195 104 N.Y. Jets 5 3 0 625 201 156 Buffalo 4 3 0 571 131 165 Indianapolis 0 7 0 OOO 94 164 Central Jacksonville 5 2 0 .714 191 135 Pittsburgh 5 2 0 714 171 170 Baltimore 3 4 0 429 174 158 Tennessee 3 4 0 429 142 147 Cincinnati 1 6 0 .143 96 190 West Denver 6 1 0 857 215 113 Kansas City 5 2 0 714 153 113 Seattle 4 3 0 571 124 143 Oakland 3 4 0 429 179 173 San Diego 3 4 0 429 105 157 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pct PF PA N Y Giants 5 3 0 625 157 153 Dallas 4 3 0 .571 166 11« Washington 4 3 0 571 125 117 Philadelphia 3 4 0 429 124 147 Arizona 1 6 0 143 119 144 Central Green Bay 5 2 0 714 168 149 Minnesota 5 2 0 714 176 155 Tampa Bay 5 2 0 714 140 124 Detroit 4 4 0 500 180, .155 Chicago 0 7 0 OOO 101 199 West San Francisco 6 I 0 857 187 98 Carolina 3 4 0 429 107 127 St Louis 2 5 0 286 113 159 New Orleans 2 6 0 250 118 175 Atlanta 1 6 0 143 133 188 Thursday's Gem* Kansas City 31, San Diego 3 Sundays'Games Philadelphia 13, Arizona 10, OT Carolina 13. New Orleans 0 DaHaa 28, Jacksonville 22 New Ybrk 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, Baltimore 13 New York Giants 26. Detroit 20. OT. Pittsburgh 26, Cincinnati 10 Open date: Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota, Tampa Bay Monday’s 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 p.m. Chicago at Miami, 3 p m. Tennessee at Arizona, 3 p.m. indianapolis at San Diego, 3 p m Jacksonville at Pittsburgh, 3 pm. Oakland at Seattle. 3 p m Atlanta at Carolina, 7 p m. Open date Detroit, New York Jets Monday. Oct. 27 Green Bay at New England. 8 p.m. Soccer D C 2, New England 0<P> D.C. 4, New England 1 D C 2. New England 1, SO (4-3) Columbus 2, Tampa Bay 0<P> 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 (2-0) Dallas 3, Los Angeles 0 CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-3) EASTERN CONFERENCE D C 2, Columbus 0 DC 3, Columbus2 DC 1, Columbus0 WESTERN CONFERENCE Color ado 2. Dallas 0 Colorado 1, Dallas 0 Colorado 2, Dallas I CHAMPIONSHIP Sunday, Oct 26 Colorado at D C.. 2:30 p m. Basketball NBA Prs season Glance By The Associated 3ress All Times COT EASTERN CONFERENCE Major League Swear W L Pct. GB Playoff Glance Milwaukee 4 0 1 OOO — By The Associated Pres* Atlanta 4 1 800 1/2 All Times CDT Cleveland 4 I 800 1/2 CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS Miami 3 1 750 1 (Best-of-3) Toronto 4 2 667 1 EASTERN CONFERENCE Detroit 3 2 600 1 1/2 Charlotte Washington New Jersey Orlando Philadelphia Chicago New Ybrk Boston .600 .500 500 400 400 .400 333 .200 OOO WESTERN CONFERENCE Sen Antonio LA Lakers Houston Phoenix Portland Sacramento Utah Denver Minnesota Vancouver Dallas LA Clippers Seattle Golden State W 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 Pct 1.000 .750 .600 .600 600 .600 .600 .400 400 .333 250 *200 .200 OOO 1 1/2 2 2 2 1/2 21/2 2 1/2 21/2 3 1/2 4 GB 1 V2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 1/2 3 1/2 4 4 5 Sunday s Games Toronto 96, New York 91 Minnesota 106, Charlotte 102 Houston 121, Phoenix 110 Monday's Games Toronto 107, Vancouver 96 Utah 104, New Jersey 92 Washington 105, Denver 96 Tuesday's Games Boston at Orlando, 6:30 p m. Indiana vs. Charlotte at Nashville, Term., 7:30 p.m. Minnesota vs. Milwaukee at Des Moines, Iowa, 7:30 p.m. LA Lakers at Denver, 8 p.m. Dallas vs. Houston at Albuquerque, N.M., 8 p.m. Atlanta at LA. Clippers. 9:30 p.m. Golden State vs Portland at Spokane. Wash., 9:30 p.m. Rangers From Page 7 Smithson VaHoy 9th “I" 22, Hays “B” 0 BUDA — The Rangers” “B” team shut out Hays 22-0 last week. Kent Lain started things with an interception 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 16-0 lead. Ryan Humes scored Smithson Valley^ 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 recoveries. Linebacker Floyd Ezell had the most tackles and Jeremy Robinson had a quarterback sack. In other sub-varsity games last week, the Smithson Valley eighth-grade “A” team lost to New Braunfels 12-0 and the “B” team beat New Braunfels 18-0. The seventh-grade “A” team beat New Braunfels 2fS-6, and the “B” team also won, 18-0.Briefs: NBHS cross country team runs at A&M Invitational meet From Page 7 and finished in second place overall Teammate Michael Schaeffer was fifth overall with a 78, followed by Hagan Cohle (SO), Josh Speck (84) and Jason Ray (90) NBHS cross country foams run wall at AAM Invitational COLLFXiF. STATION It may not have shown in the final standings, hut New Braunfels cross country Noel Hansen saw good things from the Unicorns at Saturday’s A&M Invitational meet The Unicom 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 (155). “The girls ran hard and did a good job.” Hansen said “There were a lot of good teams there, but the times were really high for us.” Crystal Clark led the Unicorns with a 26th-place finish. Clark ran the 2-mile course in 11:56. Karin Meder was 32nd at 12:04, followed by Jodi Slaughter (36th, 12:11), Sarah Damarodas (38th, 12:12) and Laurel Weltzer (41st, 12:16). Also running for New Braunfels were Elise Sagert (82nd, 13:09) and Laura Pulido (85th, 13:10). “The other schools really ran well for the first half-mile, and that really made a difference,” Hansen said of the girls’ race. “They gapped us a bit at first, but we really closed it down after that.” The boys ran a 5K race, with the Unicorns finishing 10th with 416 points. Ryan Gorman was 37th with a time of 16:44, followed by Will Slaughter, who fin ished 40th at 16:47. Jimmy Lagunas was 95th at J 7:39, followed by Chad Niland (111th, 17:58) and Michael Kindel (133rd, 18:26). Also running for the Unicorns were Tim Voigt (150th, 18:55), Wes Welch (152nd, 18:57) and Carlos Vela (166th, 19:28). New Braunfels run in the District 26-5A meet Nov. I at Texas-San Antonio. The Unicorns will not run this weekend. NEW BRAUNFELS HERALD-ZEITUNGCLASSIFIED Advertising Deadlines I DEADLINES FOR THE NEW BRAUNFELS HERALD-ZEITUNG I Day Published Un* Ad Deadline Display Ad Deadline Sunday 10 a rn Friday 5pm Thursday Tuesday 10 a rn Monday 5pm Friday Wednesday 10 am Tuesday 5pm Monday Thursday 10 a rn Wednesday 5 p rn Tuesday Friday IO a rn Thursday 5pm Wednesday DEADLINES FOR THE Upstream Day Published Line Ad Deadline Display Ad Deadline Wednesday 10 a rn Monday 5pm Friday Rates & Payment Information Advertising rates are available upon request Special discounts are offered for multiple run ads. ALL GARAGE SALE AND SERVICE DIRECTORY ADS MUST BE PRE PAID. FREE ADS: Lost & Found, Free Giveaways. Any For Sale Item Priced $100 or Less WE ACCEPT: CASH, CHECKS, MASTERCARD & VISATo Place or Cancel Your Ad, Call    AA Fax Your Ad lo 625 1224 Office Hours Monday Friday. 8am to 5 p rn    mKm\JGeneral Policies The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, publisher of the Upstream and the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, 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, omissions 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. 110 Legal Notices mo Legal Notices mo Legal Notices 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 Antonio/Bexar 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 employment* 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 (JTPA), and US DOL discretionary funds While labor exchange/employment 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 9:30 a m., 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 5:00 p.m. on December 8, 1997. A bidder’s conference will be held at 10:00 a.m. on October 30, 1997 at the same location. Three, eight-hour proposal writing seminar sessions will be held on November 6th, 7th, and 10th from 9:00 a m. - 5:00 p.m. 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) 272-3260. AWD is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program Auxiliary services ere available upon request We go with coffee & donuts! New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung JUWOUNCaiBITS Gang* Silts . ~ Estate Salts Found lags* Motets Auctions ...Loot A and much 100-150 110 Legal Notices mo Legal Notices 110 Legal Notices NOTICE OF SHOW-CAUSE HEARING CAUSE NO. C97-0632C TO TRACY NEAL TAYLOR GREETINGS IT IS HERE BY ORDERED that you, Tracy Neal Taylor, appear before this Court in the Courthouse al New Braun fete Comal County, Texas. on the 5TH day of NOVEMBER, 1997 at 9 00 o clock AM , to show-cause 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 th# 17th day of October 1997 MARGARET L HER BRICH Clerk of the District Courts in and for Comal County, Texas 150 N Seguin, #304, New Braunfels, Tx 78130 BY ANNE E WILLIAMS LEGAL NOTICE Notice ie hereby given that on October 30.1987 ate 15 am in a meeting of Commissioners Court at the Courthouse Annex on the 3rd Floor, New Braunfels the application to vacate Lot 53, Emerald Valley Subdivision, and repiat, establishing Lots 53 A. 538 53C and 53D. shad be considered Anyone wishing to protest sari action tented attend and voice their opinions Call 830-608-2090 for further m formation ~LEGAL NOTICE Notice ie hereby given that an October 30,1997, at 8:15 a rn in a meeting of Com rn tenoners Court, at the Courthouse Annex on the 3rd Root, New Braunfels, tie application to vacate Lots 58 and 59, Rim Rock Ranch, Unit Ona, and replat, establishing Lots 58R and 59R, shad bs considered. 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For a small fee that covers spay/neuter A shots you cst SAVE THE LIFE cfs dog puppy, cat or kit en at the Humane Society, 1920 Kuehier Ave 629 5287 OO A Livestock & Supplies HAY FOR SALE IOO Round Bales Fertilized Coastal $40. Call @ 625 0680 ____ HORSE BOARDING Good pasture, hay furnished. $45.00 mo 625-1347. "TRAILERS gooseneck 4 stall dosed, $800. 2 horse trfr. $450. boat, motor, trlr. $150 830-964-2191 EMPLOYMENT NI Tim .Part Urns _ BdNATratiM .IMM 310-360 310 EARN MONEY Reading Books! $30,000/ yr income potential. Details 1(800)513-4343 Ext. Y-10069. 230 Live>lOCk & Supplies 230 Livestock & Supplies KITTENS to good 6wks old Can 629 FREE PUPPY to good home Full blooded Pit Bull. about 21/2 mo old, Cal 606-4015 hrs msg Free to good horns Two 5 mo old kittens. WNI pay $50. toward shots 625-2282 Comal Feed 6 Supply Dear Com $4 50/ 50 to bag Apple flavored deer Mocks $5.25 16% Dot Pallets $6 90/ 50 lb Beef Budder $4 95/ 50 lb. bag. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: October 21, 1997

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