New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 21, 1995, Page 9

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 21, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas We're Here For You REPLACEMENT STRING TRIMMER CUTTING HEAD Saltwater anglers know live bait is the trick to reeling in success The most productive saltwater anglers are using live bait. Sure, fish will bite artificial lures, but fishing with live bait will consistently catch more fish more often than any other method. At times, finding live bait can be difficult depending upon the time of year. Normally, bait is more available in the Keith Warren warmer months. Live croaker, mullet, piggy perch and shrimp are the most common baits, with shrimp being the most popular and readily available. I just returned from a successful bay fishing trip at Redfish Bay located just outside of Aransas Pass. When we launched the boat at noon, most guides were already in without any luck. Several hadn’t caught a fish. They were all lure fishing. We bought 2 quarts of live shrimp and headed to the same water they had worked all morning long. On the first drift we started catching trout. Although most were small, we did catch several between 23 and 25 inches. Each drift was as successful. The rig we were using was simple. A rattling plastic popping cork with a live shrimp on a 2-foot leader. The water clarity was good; however, most fish were caught in the murky water. After 4 hours we had boated two limits and headed in and were met by local guides. They all acted like if they would have used live bait, they’d have been successful also. But many guides won’t use live bait; they prefer artificials. Catching fish is what most people want to do and if they need to use live bait to do it, it’s no problem. Next time you’re fishing artificials without any luck, try live bait. You’ll go from fishing to catching! (Keith Warren is the host of “The Texas Angler” television show which broadcasts statewide. Catch “The Texas Angler” on Friday mornings at 10:30 and Sunday mornings at 11:30 on HSE. For more information, contact The Texas Angler at 210-625-3474.) The Office* of J.C. stoke, CPA Jo Lynn Timmermann, CPA and Trade Center Mini-Storage have relocated to .770 North Loop 337 New Braunfels, TX 78130    I 210-6254101    I Office Hours: 8:30 turn. -12,1 -5 p.m.    n Monday - Friday    llSports Day Sunday. May 21,1006BHartfd-ZaHunga0 A Our last benefit concert was a real disaster. Earthquakes. Floods. Hurricanes. Fires! Whenever disaster strikes, The Salvation Army is among the first to arrive on the scene. Please give, so we can continue to help and give hope. UK SALVATION ARMY (bunging the World One Life ai a Time rn Submitted photo Tho Diamonds team of tho New Braunfels Girls' Softball Association took the 1995 Pat Wee division championship with a record of 14-0. The team includes: (from left to right) Coach Marcus Avalos, Msagan Caraway, Christiana Williams, Janine Moreno, Ambarty Madina, Manager Leon Vargas. (Back row) Ambar Avalos, Shannon Mahan, Rebecca Vetter, Mandy Womack, Erika Vargas Maghann Kersey. Team members Claire Buck and Stacie Diaz also played during the season. Many people assume that the only way to cace for a non-healing wound is to wrap it. Fortunately, that's not always the case. The Wound Care Center uses the most advanced treatments for healing wounds caused by diabetes, poor circulation, pressure sores or surgical incisions that haven’t healed. Our doctors and nurses are specially trained and use a comprehensive approach to treating wounds and sores. Don't wrap it and forget about it Call the Wound Care Center today. Methodist Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center 4499 Medical Drive, SL-2 San Antonio, Texas 78229    1    *800*333*7333 Name Address Call or write the WOUND CARE CENTER'and {et    Sa; tm 2l your life back.    Phone Rockets stun Suns By MEL REISNER AP Sports Writer Water ski winner Submitted photo Matthew Suttemeier, 12, took second place in slalom and tricks et the AW8A Barefoot Ski Tournament May 13 in Wichita, Kansas. Matthew accomplished the feat with only two months of training. Ha scored 97.5 in tricks and 3.5 in slalom. Matthew la the son of Ron and Mary Jo Sultemeier and Jeff and Tammy Hand. Class of ‘95 Congratulations Make sure they know you are proud They have worked hard and you can show your appreciation to them by placing a congratulatory message for your pre-school, elementary, middle school, high school or college graduate. We have two sizes to choose from: 4 i/2 inches wide by 2 inches deep $20.00 (large enough for picture). 2 im inches wide by 2 inches deep $12.00 Hurry! deadline is May 24th, 1995Herald- Zeitung Call 625-9144 or come by 707 Landa New Braunfels PHOENIX (AP) — The Houston Rockets added another chapter to their Clutch City history Saturday, winning their eighth straight playoff elimination game in two years. This one was on the road in a Game 7 to bring them back from a 3-1 deficit — two things that don’t happen very often in the NBA. Mario Elie’s 3-pointer from the comer with 7.1 seconds left broke a 110-1 IO tie and lifted the defending champions to a 115-114 victory over the Phoenix Suns. Clyde Drexler and Hakeem Olajuwon scored 29 points each to overcome a career-high 46 by Phoenix’s Kevin Johnson as the Rockets advanced to the Western Conference finals. That series begins Monday night in San Antonio. After Elie’s basket gave the Rockets the lead, the Suns were fouled twice beyond the 3-point line. Both times, the fouls were committed before the shot. Dan Majerle made both of his free throws, but Drexler matched them with 3.5 seconds left. Then Danny Ainge made his first and also made the second when he tried to miss it, leaving the Suns down by one. Ainge intercepted an in-bounds pass UTEP captures WAC track title with two seconds left, but his 55-foot attempt was off. Johnson, who set his playoff high with 43 points in Game 4 and had scored 44 in March 1990, also had IO assists. Charles Barkley had 18 points and 23 rebounds for the Suns, and Ainge had 13 of his 19 points in the last quarter. Houston’s third straight win gave the Rockets a 4-3 victory in the second-round series and made them the fifth playoff team to ever recover from such a deficit. The Philadelphia 76ers came back on Boston twice, in 1968 and 1981, the Los Angeles Lakers did the same against Phoenix in 1970, and Washington stunned the Spurs in 1979. PROVO, Utah (AP) — Jim Svenoy of Texas-EI Paso won the men’s steeplechase for the fourth straight year during competition in the Western Athletic Conference track and field championships. Svenoy, a senior from Elnesvagen, Norway, finished in 8 minutes 50.51 seconds in Friday’s race. Brigham Young’s Mark Johansen was second at 9:05.60. The two also took respective first and second places in the event at last year's NCAA championships in Boise, Idaho. UTEP’s Alex Papadimitriou, a senior from Thessaloniki, Greece, won the hammer with a mark of 245-5, while teammate Tero Tallinen came in second at 232-9. Papadimitriou broke his own WAC meet record of 238-8 set last year. The Miners’ Lasse Paananen won the javelin at 228-7.B YU led the race for the team championship with 88 points. Defending champion Fresno State had 59, and UTEP had 38. Brigham Young’s Amy Christiansen set a WAC meet record of 52-4 in the women’s shot put Teammate Dawn Tabla won the hammer, a new event in the WAC this year, at 164-1. Christiansen placed second in the hammer. Teammate Petra Juraskova was second in the shot put. The results of those two events helped vault the defending champion, in the women’s lead yvith 97 points. INCLUDES SERRATED KOOK CUTTINO BLADES Mil N ow tivdiltiblc citERNIE S SHARPENING SHOP 1859 Kuehlcr, New Braunfels 1-800-486-8159    625-8759    1-800-486-8159 ;

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