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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 16 HERALD-ZEirUNG TNDAX, MARCH IO, IMS Samuel Vargas shown off tho 12-pound, frames largo mouth baas ha caught last weekend 6 Laks Fort Rsssvdr. Vargas was accompanied by Carlos Madrano whan ha mads his haul. Photo by Manual Alvsar. Standings, Stats & Results National Basketball  Association EASTERN CONFERENCE Asana* Written W L Pct New York    44    10.710 NewJ*r**y    37    SO .607 Dorton    36    MIM Orlando    20    32.470 hArtHi    20    34.400 FNtortefrhl*    20    41 JSM asasnaun    lo    43200 Canari Division Chicago    43    20 SOS Ctevewnd    41    23 S41 Charloa*    34    29 A40 Attent*    St    32 SOO Indtena    30    32 S04 Drtrafe    20    34.402 Mhraulw    24    30 201 WESTERN CONFERENCE WL**. Houlton    42    21 207 Sin Antonio    30    22239 37 20207 20 30207 10 40 240 • 07.001 OMrton 47 14.770 44 20200 30 24 200 iALaten*    38    20212 LACfopsro    SI    33204 OoMmStoto    20    30207 Sn—wwto    20    43 217 Charted* 113, Minrw Maw York 110, Cteaitend OO Sorton 106, Ort—101 Parti* 131, Sacrum aria til Mtomi IOO. Ut Cesura 117 Houlton OO, QoMan Stela OO Friday** Santan Mieauks* rt Naw Jaraay. 020p.m Drttea to Ptotoderihte, 0:30 pj*. Mton**rta rt ABrtrts, 0:30 pjn. Chatted* al Indtena, 020pjn OB 71/2 01/2 14 IS 10 23 IS 201/2 SIS 0 ins 12 is 14 IS IO OS 2 0 17 20 30 IS 4 IS IO IS 14 IS 17 IS 23 Saturday's Sanaa Chicago al Worthington, 020 pj*. Haviland ai MtemfeJO pa. PhMadalphte rt Mfeaauhss, 0 Orlando al Oat—, 0p.m.' Utoh rt LA Coppin, 0:30 pjn. San Antonio al Naw York, 11 a.m. Charted* rt Mkmaarta, 230 p.m. RaIaa klaiAi Lmmrama* 6 aa aaa ■NWB BS IWB wSfSSyi S p,iiii Dakoit al LA Lakan, 7 pjn Bouton al Portland, 7 p.m. Saadte al Hourton, 7 JO pa Indiana rtFho ante, 0 pjn PnaSada-Waaalaaa Im MKrt—*VT|||—1| w HOUSTON (IO) Hotly 2*3 3*4 7. Thorp* 32 2*3 12, 13-26 9-9 33, MrawefMt 1-2 25, Saiih 1-3 0-0 3, Harm 3-3 1-2 7, Brook* 0-1 0-0 0, Bollard 1-1 (VO 2. (Mate 3-9 1-17. Total* 37-73 17-2390. GOLDEN STATE (03) HUI 3-3 1-1 ll, Owwa 3-161-3 IL Ak—tor 3-12 1-3 ll, Bu*chkr6-102-2 13, S***w*E3- W Chioaao    30 Petrol    3| Toronto    37 Mktnaesto    33 St. Louii    33 Tampa Bay    21 I—mill* nlwUimn Will J UVV InWSISn x-Vanoouvor    30 x-Crtpary    30 Lee Angela*    33 L T 22 10 270 260 31 0 300 466 Pl* GF GA OO 230 104 06 314 240 03 240 200 76 246 260 76 244 240 47 210 200 24 0    06    204    227 2610    OB    174    SSI OI 7    TS    SOI    806 SOS    70    267    BTO SB 40 0    60    211    SBO Sand— IO 60S 22 106 347 i-cflrtdtodpl—B bar Thwarter*—*** “ 1 Montreal 6, Quebec 2 Naw Jaraay 6, Edmonton I ftjHatuimh 7 Ui— >- - M rRwDUfgn f | TyrtBltiryOfl 6 Toronto 4, Tampa Bay 2 nstmll S Ulnffiiaflla 1 ■W RflflBH w 11—* TWI MMVMRVR 6 «WWHm a. vMOINWI 13 3-3 13. Hteate* 3* 1-2 ll. Ort— 3-IO OO »<n 1-2 Metal* 36-701&201 IO, Hoaatoa (Ll 1-2 l.Ttort* 36-7010-2003. 20 212020 23 27 2310 3-Point goal*—Hoaatoa 7-14 (Maxwall 6-9, ‘  ........Go    Idea    Sum    3-10 -2. Ow eat 0-3). ids—Measle* 41 (Ola)* woa 12), Ooldan Otata SS (Atosaadar 12). A-in* Ho*non SI (Maxwell 9), Golden Start 22 (Owaa* 0). Total tbyte Hoattoa 13, Ooldan State 19. Ttrkntoah nil— illegal dafanaa, Ooldan Sula illegal detent*. A— IS ABS. j-rvoni     noHiwn    yid Smith 1-4, Harry 0-1), Ool (Sprswsll 2-3, Beechier I-! Fouled oat None, Baho**) San J— rt Naar Yuk A—ar*. S40 pi*. Harttord al Wartdngton, 7:10pm. Saturday** Qaniaa Drtrafe al Seaton. 12*0 p.m. BuBrtart Tampa Bay, 12:40p.m. Quabaort Naw Jaraay, 1:10 p.m. PMadathiart Pfeteburah, 0:40 pin. Chicago to Mankato, 7:10 pm. Edmonton to Taranto, 7:10 p.m. Naw York Mender* to Vanoouvor, 7:10 pjn. St. Louk to La* Inertia, 040 pjn. San J— to W—hingten, 12J0p.m. Drtrafe to Mhwaarta. 1:10 pjn. National Hockey I —rn ie ES Ortenrto ai San Antonia, 7:30 pjn. BartOa al Utah, 6 pjn. Drtrafe to Phoenix. OJO pjn. I LA Laker*. OJO p.m. WALES CONFERENCE WLT Pfetobutgh 43 21 0 *-«--* - -    ram    mn    rn I fMI SHUI UU    66    WW    f Naw Jaraay    34    30    0 NY Ranger*    31    20    11 NY telratdsr* 33 SI 0 Ph—tohto 20 32 11 BWSnSSW 66 • Quebec 30 Pm OB 70 74 73 72 OS raS Snrunranrtn    na BB WWiPW, W*aMr p.m. Haurtan to Portland. OJO pjn. 230 OB 30 23 10 OO 40 24 7 07 33 27 10 76 21 43 0 47 0 60 4 SB CAMPBELL CONFERENCE OF GA 202 220 277 242 204 240 204 200 202 BSB 264 273 203 234 303 231 SSI 241 204 202 233 303 171 337 PUBLIC NOTICE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS 'iii (IAI IMAI ION may I, rn t PROPOSITION NO. I ON THE BALLOT Section I of Senate Joint Resolution 7 propuaea * constitutional amendment that would allow the legislature to re-(Retribute among other school district* ad valorem taxes levied and collected by a achoo! district. The amendment would alia allow the legislature to create county education district* with the taxable property of existing school districts in one or more counties combined. County education districts may levy, collect, and distribute ad valorem taxes as authorised by geaaral law. The legislature would ba allowed to sat th* rata of th* ad valorem tax ta ha imposed in a school district or dnpty education district or it may authorise the board of trustee* of each school dtetrict or county education district to set the rate, provided that the rate of county education district ad valorem taxes may not exceed 11.00 per $100 valuation of taxable property, unless a higher rate is approved by the voters of the district, lip amendment also provides that the of ad valorem taxes redistributed school districts by the legislature and effectively redistributed within a county through county education districts may not exceed 2.75 percent of the sum of the state revenue appropriated for public schools and the revenue from local ad valorem taxes levied and collected for public schools. Th* term "state revenue" do** not indude revenue from ad valorem tanas, revenue for the provision of free textbooks, ar contribution* to a retirement system. Filmily, the amendment —rides that it doss not affect th* distri-butkm of th* available school fond under VII, section 5, of the Texas Marited radial rihirtlnn of ad valet txiaa fie ifhmk authorising mm rtirtisiPW'■■ iwpw ■    wwww» IsgMrtMau ar local district* to est "'JR ' S a minimum tax rate in county education districts, and placing a cap on the ad valorem tax levied by county education districts." PROPOSITION NO. 2 ON THE BALLOT Section 2 of Senate Joint Resolution 7 proposes a constitutional amendment that would provide that, except for state educational mandates imposed in compliance with the Texas Constitution or federal law, or unless enacted by a vote of at least two-thirds of the members elected^ each house of th* legislature, a •chort district may not be required to comply with an obligation requiring expenditure of school district funds unless the obligation is folly fonded. Urn amendment also requires the legislature to provide by law a procedure for determining whether an obligation is fully funded. In the absence of such a procedure, and at the request of a school district's board of trustees, the comptroller of public accounts shall determine whether or not an obligation is folly fonded. This amendment applies only to state educational mandates enacted after December 31, 1968. The proposed amendment will appear mi the ballot aa follow*: “The constitutional amendment exempting a school district from the obligation to comply with unfunded state educational mandates.” PROPOSITION NO. 3 ON THE BALLOT Senate Joint Resolution 4 proposes an amendment to article VII, section 6(b), of th* constitution, which currently authorises th* legislature to provide for using th* permanent school fund to guarantee banda issued by district* and ear- Santa Clara upsets Arizona Did you see Santa Clara pull off the upset? Did you see Jason Kidd's shot? Did you see how good Duke looked? those were the questions being asked all over the country today aa college basketball fans — the hard-core ones and the Vitale-come-latelys — reflected on the opening day of the NCAA tournament There were other highlights Thursday—Glenn Robinson’s 36 points, David Cain'o triple-double, Derrick Phelps' return —but the story that everyone was talking about was Santa Clara (IBID, a little-known team out of the West Coast Conference that shocked second-seeded, sixth-ranked Ancona 64-61 in the opening round of the West the second time in ae many years the Wildcats ware knocked off by an obscure team in the first round. Last year, it was 14th-oeeded East Tennessee State. “I dont feel jinxed,” said Alfiona (24-4) coach Lute Olson, whose team shot 26 percent in the second half and 31 percent fer tile funs. “At this point Tm just frustrated that we couldn’t play move the way we're capable of playing.” Kidd played exactly the way ha’e capable of and snowed the nation why he's the most talked-•bout freshman point guard since steel performance fer Kidd and set up a second round Midwest Regional matchup between him and the best senior point guard— Bobby Hurley. Hurley and Duke opened defen ie of their consecutive, national championships with an awesome outing in a 106-70 win over Southern Illinois (23-10). The Blue Devils (24-7) made 14 of 19 shote from 3-point range, shot 63.2 percent overall and enjoyed their most lopsided postseason victory since 1990. EAST to* . rt-1 Kl A mRIQfrOMTi, N.v. Si. John’s OO, Twas Tach 07 Robert Cain had 12pointo, 11 rebounds and rt rt aaay* axawB OBmfc (JMk-jrartdwrt QaAhah i 4 A 11 ■BM MM WM IVin6MOBQ HDOnMn (lr IO) wad a 22-4 run In th* aaoond ha! to pul Aikanaaa 04, Holy Craaa 04 Th* fourth aaadad Raaorbacha (21-0) wad mn* of 11*0 and IOO in tea gam*'* Oral 121/2 minute* to pul awag aarty. Rhoda latend 74, Purdue 62 nWHMOfli WIW ERD I Rn ROQfWip RREBRr* VERB DD pointe bul gal Mite help from hiaPurdw (10-10) MMMVMMD* VMVQB WMMM VMO pMVWn DQWiM El a 194 run that Blad Rhoda latend (19-10) from a 4342 daft* to a 01-SB teed. North Camera OB Fart CanHm ** iwvai wwvrtm Vwi wrtw krtOwraw iraw Bde Manawa aoorad 17 pointe w North Cm-okra (294) gam Dean Smith a raoord OOO) k|^A A OsM UMMnKjM iJWkkj    L. IminH IMJVnMvMfl! VtDOfji rTlfrlDi nVUvEQ WI OBtoto    SOI WM    WMIVWWlMDt    fWUTTMQ    MKI pWffQ IO minute*, scoring ahi pointe. SOUTHEAST Orlando, Re. Tutena SO, Kanaaa Plrta 53 Ro. Bteto 32, EvaravMa 70 Charta Ward oh/an ntenhr ct mom to MpWEMQ wWl ID POWIS ID MMI In# InlffrfrMfr id OtminoiRi (23-9). W**tam Kentucky 56, Mamphia Strta 52 Mark Bal, a 5-toct-8 gurad, had 13 pointe and •DafTwhiah flint rwhm mrti — wMfwnlh Waatwn Kentucky (26-5) bart Mamphia Plato. Salon Hat 51,Term***** Plato SB Salon Had (26-6) won la 120) straight ovar-•N and fee fife) straight NCAA Nrrt-round gam*. Tarry Dahata ted the Pirates with 19 pointe. MIDWEST rt------* art nuDDTTKJvW, R« Kanaw 04, Bal Strta 72 Rex Waiter* made al six al hip Sprint shots and scored 23 pointe and the aaoond aaadad Jayhawke (204) shot 60.3 percent. Brigham Young 00, Southern Method** 71 BVX) lad al the way, but SMU managed to •toy doe*. Th* Cougar* (20-0) ware lad by GajjTrart'a 20 pointe. Safe Lek* City Minote 75, Long Beach State 72 Ramie demon* NI oonaaoufoa ona-handad dtMngbgwah) the Unto 1 JO far airth aaadad to-note (10-1 fo. Dam Thomas ted the Mn! with 20 pointe and nine rebounds. VmdaibB OB. Bote* Strta 72 OWE MoGpfftpw Rcnnd 20 ol Mw 29 twlnli bi th* aaoond half to oanry Vandarbll (27-5). Tampla 70, Mteaoun 01 Aaron Mettle and Eddla Jonaa trffftd 24 pointe aaoh for th* 0*4* (10-12). Temporary Location RHOADS INTERIORS 666 Linda 625-3477 (Formally Wayns's Garden Center) Kenny Anderson. With the LSU-Califomia (20-8) guile tied at 64 end time limiting out, Kidd took tho bell et tiw 3-point line, spun his wty into the lone and pest two defenders and put up a twisting one-hander that banked in with one second left. The shot capped e 16-point, lev-•n-aosist, seven-rebound, five- Calgary to Wlnnteag. 2:10 pjn. Naw Jaraay to PfcfeadafoNa, 2:10 pjn. 9bifri3iw^|b rd 6dbvMw9ow Rd C29Rmhei9 p.m. Tampa Bay to Chicago. 7:40 p.m. TW #.«u,f*Us MOPDMC « DININC Fabuloso Italian Buffet Wednesday Nights 444 B, Ben Antonie St Downtown.Naw Braunfels t did aoa-area A the usa of the permanent school fond to guarantee state revenue bonds, but would permit the legislature to provide by law for the issuance of general obligation bonds or revenue bonds of the state for the purpose of making loans to, or purchasing bonds of, school districts for the purpose of acquisition, construction, or improvement of instructional facilities, including all furnishings. The amendment also provides that the state, pursuant to general law, may forgive the payment of principal and interest on all or part of a loan made to a school district under the amendment to partially finance an instructional facility. The cap of $750 million on the amount of bonds that could be issued under article VU, section 5(b), ss amended, would be retained. The amendment would repeal the current provision of the constitution permitting the legislature to authorize bonds in excess of $750 million by two-thirds record vote of both houses of the legislature. While any of the general obligation bonds issued under the amendment or any of the interest on those bonds is outstanding and unpaid, there would be appropriated out of the first money coining into the state treasury in each fiscal year, not otherwise appropriated by the constitution, the amount sufficient to pay the principal and interest on the bonds that matured or became due that fiscal year. The proposed amendment will appear on the ballot as follows: “The constitutional amendment authorizing the issuance of $750 million in state general obligation or revenue bonds to assist school districts in partially financing facilities, authorizing the state to forgive payments of loans made to a school district for partially financing facilities, and repealing the authorization for $750 million in state revenue bonds guaranteed by the permanent school fund.” SATELLITE I Expert, Guarantied SAUS A J SERVICE 6 LY. ^6a & id r 210-523-0811 i milan 'Fetlomfiip Meeting at Memorial School, 1900 S. Walnut Everyone Welcome This Sunday, March 21,1993 9-JO AM Sunday School 10:30 AM Morning Worship How do you hand!* criticism? We ail deal with criticism - but are we oonstracdve and posiliv* in dealing with criticism? Well talk •bout it Sunday. Series -IN SEARCH OF WHOLENESS "Power to Handle Criticism" "Staffed Nursery each service "Quldrsn's Church available (up to 3rd (rads) lit Essentials, Unity; In Non-essentials, Liberty; In All Things, Love Church office 620-4353 1278 Hillcrest • (off Loop 337) 6:00 PM Sunday Nights At Dayaprinf OLD - FASHIONED SINESPIRATION We've getting the hymnals out for this service ct singing and testimony! Everyone Welcome! Mil' '* by th* state. Th* em*ndm*nt would repeal the provision authorising EbU et ti ittfarme txplantUorio tobrt la enmumda proputtta a la eomtitueidn qui apanctrd en la bolita ii dia I cli mayo de 199S. Si utled no ha recibido ana copia del informe en etpaHol, podrd obtainer urn gratis par Ila mar al 11 SOO I SSS ISSSS o par Heritor al Seere-tam de Eetado, P.O. Box 12060, Austin, Tsxas 787It Published by Secretary of State John Henna!), Jr. oft'-0 .rf*** CNO***** "X \ MIF ;