New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 20, 2000, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 20, 2000

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 20, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Tim Brice, LUTCF 1287 E. Common • New Braunfels. TX 78130 Him Janus Retail Assistance X 213 Page 10A — Herald-Zeitung — Friday, October 20, 2000 JA N H W:    HLS Herald-Zeitung Advertising Staff Phone 625-9144 Fax 625-1224 Candice Yarbrough Retail Representative X 211 Courtney Blackwell Retail Representative X 212Adam Carroll’s second CD just as witty as first Football Contest Rules weekly football Contest will be published each Friday in Herald-Zeitung until the contest ends. 2. Participants must use the official entry form published in the Herald-Zeitung. 3. Participants may bring their completed entry forms to the offices of the Herald-Zeitung at 707 Landa St. during regular business hours of 8 am to 5 pm Monday - Friday. Contest deadline is Thursday, following publication, at 5:00 pm. Participants may mail their entries to: Herald-Zeitung Football Contest 707 Larida St. New Braunfels, Texas 78130 Entries must be postmarked by midnight Thursday and arrive by Monday to be eligible. 4. Eligible entries will be judged weekly on Tuesday. 5. The winner is determined by the most correct games picked each week of the contest. Should a tie occur, the tiebreaker game will be used to determine the winner. The closest guess as to the total number of points scored (Above or below) in the game will determine the winner. In the event of a tie, the weekly prize will be distributed evenly to the winners. 6. The prize each week is a $25 Gift Certificate. A $50 Gift Certificate will be paid if all 20 games are picked correctly. A $100 Gift Certificate will be paid if all 20 games are picked correctly and the tiebreaker total is matched. 7. Weekly winners will receive their contest winnings by mail. Allow two weeks for delivery. 8. Participants must be 18 years or older. 9. Herald-Zeitung employees and their immediate families are not eligible to win. , Tie Breaker    Total    Points j Tennessee @ Washington —.................     -............■■■■„.................................................................i,urn As Adam Carroll prepares to release his second album, “Lookin’ Out The Screen Door,’’ his career is poised to move to the next level. Sounding just as witty as he did on his first CD, “South Of Town,” the new one takes life one step further. Carroll is the type of artist that observes life and simply sings about what he sees. Each song on the album paints such a vivid picture in your mind, you can see the events unfold. Listen close to the lyrics of“Sno Cone Man” or “Screen Door.” It’s like watching a three-minute version of “Titanic.” Carroll can pack more intimate details into a song than any other songwriter I know. Dylan did it, but many of his songs were hard to understand. This is where the genius of Carroll’s music shines through. Not only do you understand his lyrics, but you can relate to them as well. You can catch him at Casbeer’s in San Antonio next Thursday night. Closer to home, he will host a CD release party from I p.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 29 at Gruene Hall. • • • The next time you are in the mood for some Texas Music, log onto and check out the vast number of titles available to music fans on this remarkable site. Started by New Braunfels resident Chad Raney, has quickly become one of the most popular sites on the Internet. Since its launch in May, the site has already received close to a million hits, sometimes as many as 10,000 a day. Recently the site was voted “Best E-Commerce Music Site” by on-line viewers and garnered national publicity when it was featured on TechTV ‘PAY IT FORWARDY From 5A Photo Submitted Helen Hunt, Haley Joel Osment and Kevin Spacey star in “Pay It Forward.” a change maker in a casino by day. Her habits infringe on her ability to take care of Trevor, so he ends up taking care of himself a lot. He would like for his mom to overcome some of her problems, like drinking too much, but he knows its something she cannot do by herself. So, Trevor comes up with a plan he calls “pay it forward.” It is a three-step procedure where you do something that really helps people; something they can not do for themselves and finally they do the favor for three other people. You do this three times, the people you help do it three times, then it just gets bigger. Eventually, “pay it forward” expands to be felt by others. Trevor gives a young homeless man, Jerry (Jim Caviezel) a place to sleep, eat and shower. It touches an older homeless woman, Grace (Angie Dickinson). Finally, it even touches a young reporter, Chris Chandler (Jay Mohr), who tries to track down what he believes to be the story of the century. Pay it forward has spread outside of Las Vegas to affect the nation. Director Mimi Leder brings a touch of humanity to every film she does as seen in “The Peacemaker” and “Deep Impact.” In “Pay It Forward,” she molds characters together to see the harsh realities of their emotional lives. She has also created a powerful love story with the dynamics it takes to bring people together. Kevin Spacey again plays a role with honesty and maturity. The dignity he brings to Eugene is far beyond just knowledge of acting. Spacey actually feels and thinks the part. This is the second chance for Hunt to play a single mother. She also did an award performance in “As Good As It Gets,” the part that won her an Oscar. She has an edginess to her performance that is totally believable. What can you say about the amazing Haley Joel Osment? Do not be surprised if this young man gets another nod for an Oscar. Roy’s Rating: A. (Roy Hargrove is a Herald-Zeitung correspondent and a teacher at Smithson Valley High School.) New Braunfels @ Canyon Smithson Valley @ Kerrville Tivy Kansas St @ Texas A&JVl Texas Tech @ Kansas. Baylor @ Texas Texas Lutheran @ Louisiana College Nebraska @ Oklahoma Pittsburgh @ Baltimore Green Bay @ Miami Oakland @ San Diego Carolina @ Atlanta St. Louis @ San Francisco Minnesota @ Tampa Bay New Orleans @ Arizona Kansas City @ Seattle Cincinnati @ Cleveland Detroit @ Indianapolis N.Y. Jets @ Buffalo jacksonville @ Dallas Philadelphia @ N.Y. Giants Are you suffering from FALL ALLERGIES? Sponsored by: Before you pay too much for auto insurance call for a free quote today- CeCe6rating our 27tfi JZJ tiniversary Wvt pl j«t ti* wa; byss I© IHI NMHC VU* Kell It JJA wilk flowers! 625-5522 146 N. UsteU • New Rnunfeb Floral irnmgemenb jnd bouquet show off the colon of nim. Basked offer % light touch and ptancs arc perfect for my occasion. Official Entry Form Name: Address: City:_Zip: Telephone:_ New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Is ing shows like Junior Brown, Kelly Willis, The Groobees and Adam Carroll’s CD release party. Riley’s Tavern has a busy weekend planned for their patrons. Tonight, it is the hot sounds of Papa and the Texas Trio. On Saturday, stop by for the Brandon Ryder Band and on Sunday, it is the one and only High Horse. On the Internet, you can find them at After last weekend’s benefit concert, Saenger-halle resumes its regular schedule. Call 625-HALL for information about music lineups for tonight and Saturday night. Sunday welcomes back Lance Hammock and his “Music In The Round” show. Stay on top of all the upcoming shows, like the Great Divide on Nov. 11, by checking out the Web site • • • If your plans take you to Austin this weekend, check out Kelly Willis and Delbert McClinton tonight at the Austin Music Hall. Tonight over at the Broken Spoke, it is the fabulous Dale Watson. At the Continental Club, . look for Two Tons of Steel to get the crowd rocking. You might want to stick around for Cadillac Angels on Saturday night at the Continental Club. Next week, the Austin Music Hall welcomes Zebrahead and 311 on Tuesday. The guy with the No. I selling live record in history, Peter Frampton, comes to Stubbs BBQ on Thursday. Next Friday night, ’ the Erwin Center welcomes Joe Cocker and Tina Turner. This is Turner’s final tour and might be her last live appearance in Texas forever. You will not want to miss this one. • • • Those braving the traffic heading south on 1-35 to San Antonio can see Tracy Lawrence tonight at Far West Rodeo. Lawrence is still touring in support of the excellent “Lessons Learned” album. Over at Sunset Station tonight, catch the awesome guitar sounds of Pat Travers, the “Boom, Boom, Out Go The Lights” man himself. If you are making plans for a fun day at Fiesta Texas on Saturday, check out the pop sounds of BB Mak. They will be performing at LAWRENCE the amphitheater located near that crazy roller coaster that I am too chicken to ride. I like the little choo choo train, it is more my speed. On Monday, Julio Iglesias will be at the Majestic Theater. Lee Roy Parnell will be at Midnight Rodeo on Thursday night and last but certainly not least, Travis Tritt, that longhaired country boy, will be at Far West Rodeo Oct. 27. (Dale Martin is the music columnist for the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung.) Circle your winning pick in each game. DALE Martin (formerly known as ZDTV) The site is basically a one-stop shopping center for music fans. You can find CDs and other merchandise, artist biographies, tour dates, venue listings, free downloadable songs and other Texas Music related information. Raney spent five months recuperating from a bad car accident that crushed both legs. He used this time to research his idea and that lead to him starting • • • Tonight at Gruene Hall, enjoy the hot rocking sounds of the Texas Belairs. Music starts about 8 p.m. Karen Abrahams HUBBARD will entertain all the good folks that wander in during Gruene Market Days on Saturday. Her show starts at I p.m. and lasts until 5 p.m. On Saturday night, it is the silver-tongued devil himself, Mr. Red Neck Mother, Ray Wylie Hubbard. His set starts about 9 p.m. Sunday’s music will feature Sean Castillo at 12:30 p.m. and Curtis Cole & the Diamond Ears at 5 p.m. Keep a close eye on their Web site,, for information on great upcom- Quaiified patients will be compensated for their participation. lf yo|i ars interested, Call: (830)609-0900 Central Texas Health Research Volunteers are needed for a research study involving an Investigational medication. ;