New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 24, 1997, Page 10

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 24, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 2B □ Herald-Zeitung □ Thursday, July 24, 1997 »>i Z', V*" -0* net. t.',‘ 2 etc Is let .H f I 15 »N *> I I 'I ■ii—— '    *,    ji .it- *' ■ v..,*. $ iff4 Comal County Sports at 3 p.m. on Aug. 14. For more information, call Tim Kingsbury at 625-5713. fl» agr rn «-■ ■■ ----- m.1-- win TootDaii reporting times, dates Canyon High School varsity and junior varsity football players should report to the Cougar Den at 7:30 a.m. on Aug. 6 for the first workout of the season. AH players must have their physicals and paperwork completed at that time. Ninth-grade players will have a mandatory meeting at 2:30 p.m. on Aug. 7 in the Cougar Den to check out equipment. Their first workqut will be on Aug. 11. For more information, call Carl Gustafson at 629-1110. Lamia Parti Dolphins to Former members, parents and boosters of the New Braunfels Aquatic Club and Landa Park Dolphins are invited to help celebrate the team’s 35th year at 6 p.m. Aug. 9 at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Hall, 138 W. Austin St. A spaghetti supper will be served, and tickets can be purchased for $5. Tickets are available from 7 to 10 a.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. at the Landa Park Olympic pool. The deadline to purchase tickets is Aug. 4. For more information or to get tickets, contact Lavon Shedrock at 609-2930 n Unicom football ticket sales Unicorn football season tickets will go on sale at 8 a.m. on Aug. 12 for past ticket holders. They may be purchased through Aug. 20 at the high school office. The general public may purchase tickets from Aug. 21-29. The office will be open from 8 to 11 arn. and noon to 3 p.m. each day The early purchase price for five home games is $27.50. CHS Pmswts flight The Canyon High School coaching staff invites all football players in grades nine through 12 and their parents to meet the coaches at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 14 in the Cougar Den. Everyone is encouraged to attend.- For more information, call Carl Gustafson at 629-1110. The New Braunfels Junior Football League will field two 8-to 10-year-dd junior division teams, three 101/2- to 12-year-old senior division teams and one team in each division at Canyon Lake this fall. AH games are played on Saturdays in San Marcos. The league is made up of teams from San Marcos, Hays, Kyie^ Buda, Wimberley, Luling and Lockhart. Registration will end in mid-August, and the season begins in September. The registration fee is $45 per player. For more information, call Tommy Kiesling at 625-7818. Cly Jwior Golf tourney The City Junior Golf tournament will begin at 9 a.m. on Aug. 15 at Landa Park Golf Course. All New Braunfels residents ages 8 to 17 are invited to participate. The tournament is open to both boys and girls. For more information or to register, call the 608-2174. NBYSA registrations The New Braunfels Youth Soccer Association is accepting registrations for the upcoming season at Vivroux Sporting Goods. The cost is $35 through July 19 and $45 until Aug. 22. The league is open to all children who are at least 4 years old by July 31. lf you are a first-time player, a birth certificate is required. Registration will also be taken from 9 arn. to 1 p.m. July 19 at the H-E-B Soccer Complex. For more information, call 606-7933 or 606-6722. Irvin, Williams settle suit with station DALLAS (AP) — Michael Irvin says he can’t talk about the settlement he and Dallas Cowboys teammate Erik Williams reached in their defamation lawsuit against a Dallas television station. His only comment: “It’s behind us.” Irvin made the statement Wednesday night, hours after he and Williams settled their defamation lawsuit in a deal their attorney said “represents a major step” toward rectifying the damage done to them. All parties to the lawsuit kept quiet about the settlement, but attorney Peter Ginsberg and an official for die Dallas-Fort Worth television station confirmed the agreement. They said they could not disclose details of the settlement with KXAS-TV reporter Marty Griffin and Lin Television Corp., parent company for KXAS. A source, speaking on the condition of anonymity, told The Associated Press the settlement calls for the players to split a payment of at least $2 million. “Erik Williams and Michael Irvin entered into this lawsuit to try to make a statement and try to come out a little more whole following the abuse that they suffered,” Ginsberg said. “There is no settlement in the world that could ever make up in whole for the damage that was done to them. But the settlement represents a major step in that direction.” Doug Adams, KXAS president and ‘Ifs over. Ifs behind us. I cant say anything ... I can’t talk about it.’ — Michael Irvin Cowboys wide receiver general manager, issued a brief statement. “We have reached a resolution with Erik Williams and Michael Irvin,” he said. “We are pleased with that, and the terms of agreement don’t allow any further comment.” “It’s over. Ifs behind us,” Irvin said. “I can’t say anything. No. I, I can’t talk about it. No. 2, I don’t think it would be fair to my teammates if I did.” Cowboys owner Jerry Jonds said he was pleased the case has been , resolved, adding “that’s the place to do it is out of court.” The lawsuit stemmed from the reporting of sexual assault allegations made against the two Cowboys by Nina Shahravan. The former topless dancer told police that Irvin held a gun to her head while Williams and another man raped her. Police cleared the players, saying her accusations were unfounded. But her lawyer has said Shahravan stands by her contention that she was raped. She now faces trial on a misdemeanor perjury charge. Howard helps Astros topple Cards again Asfros 7 s 2 ST. LOUIS (AP) — One of die Houston Astros’ spare parts kept the team rolling. Making his first start since the All-Star break, Thomas Howard went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer and an RBI triple and made two good catches in center field in a 7-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday night. Howard had only one at-bat in the first four games of the team’s first perfect road trip since 1989. He was talking big after the fifth game, which gave the Astros a 10-3 record since the break and a 3 I/2-game lead in the NL Central. “You want to break the other team’s spirit,” Howard said. “I just hope we go ahead and take over. It would make things a lot easier than having four or five teams right on you.” The Astros are taking care of the Cardinals. Last year, St. Louis was 11-2 against Houston en route to the postseason, but this year the Astros are 7-2 and have held the Cardinals, who are 4 1/2 games back in third place, to two runs in six of the victories. “La$t year it happened,” said Craig Biggio, who had two hits and scored four runs. “Why it happened, who knows? That’s part of the game, but this is a new year and right now we’re doing a lot of things right.” Cardinals manager Tony La Russa didn’t have much to say. “We got beat up pretty good,” La Russa said. “There s not a whole lot of analysis there.” The road sweep, starting with three victories in Montreal and ending with two in St. Louis, was the teams first of more than three games since May 26-31, 1989. when they had a 6-0 trip. The Astros, who begin a 10-game homestand tonight against the Expos, have won seven straight road games. Howard homered in the first inning after Biggio led off the game with an infield hit. He had an RBI triple in the sixth and singled in the eighth. In the field, he robbed Ray Lankford of a two-run homer with a leaping catch at the wall to end die first. He also tracked down John Mabry’s drive to the wall to start die fourth. No question whether he’d remember the hits or the plays longer. “Definitely the hits,” Howard said. “Defense is going to be there.” Cardinals starter Todd Stottlemyre (9-7) had his worst outing in more than a month, allowing five runs and throwing % pitches in four innings. Stottlemyre, who won five of his previous six starts, walked five and struck out four. Orioles continue recent success against Rangers (AP) — Jeff Rangers ARLINGTON Reboulet is known for his ■dHifl glovework, so the Baltimore Orioles’ reserve shortstop was anxious to win a game with his bat. Reboulet singled home the goahead run in the 12th inning Wednesday night as Baltimore completed a three-game sweep of the Texas Rangers with a 3-2 victory. Reboulet entered the game after manager Davey Johnson pinch-hit Tony Tarasco for starting shortstop Mike Bordick in the 10th. “It feels good to contribute,” Reboulet said. “I’m in there for defense, but I was able to get a hit in a key situation. Its a situation where I come in late and try to get a hit when I’m in. That’s important and that’s what I did.” The Orioles beat the faltering Rangers for the seventh time in eight games this season. Baltimore appeared to be fading following a 3-7 homestand before die Orioles opened the key series against Texas. The Orioles got their road trip rolling with the sweep of the Rangers. “Every team goes through bumps,” Johnson said. “It’s how you handle the bad streaks. We didn't start panicking and getting mad at each other. We kept saying that better times were ahead.” Texas put a runner on third base with one out, twice in extra innings. VV but did not score. Will Clark flied out with runners at the comers to end the game. Geronimo Berroa drew a leadoff walk from Danny Patterson (6-4) in the Orioles’ 12th. Berroa stole his fourth base of the season, took third cm Chris Hoiles’ fly ball and scored when Reboulet bounced a one-out single over Texas’ drawn-in infield. Randy Myers (2-3) allowed two hits in the final two innings for the win. — * w >.r\t i NEW BRAUNFELS H ERALD-ZEITU NGCLASSIFIED Advertising Deadlines DEADLINES FOR THE NEW BRAUNFELS HERALD-ZEfTUNG Day Published    Un* Ad DaadUna    Display Ad DaadMna Sunday    10 a.m.    Friday    5 p m    Thursday Tuesday    10 a m    Monday    5 p m    Friday Wednesday    10a.m Tuesday    5pm Monday Thursday    10 a rn.    Wednesday    5pm    Tuesday Friday    10 a m    Thursday    5 p m    Wednesday DEADLINES FOR THE COMAL COUNTY ADVISOR Day Published    Line Ad Deadline    Display Ad DaadMna Wednesday    10 am. Monday    5 p.m. FridayRates & 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 AOS: Lost & Found, Free Giveaways, Any For Sale Item Priced $100 or Less. WE ACCEPT: CASH, CHECKS, MASTERCARD & VISATo Place or Cancel Your Ad, Call Fan Vour Ad to 625 1224 Office Houri Monday Friday 8 a in to 5 p m 625-9144 General Policies The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung. publisher of the Comal County Advisor and the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung. reserves the right to correctly classily, revise, and edit all copy or reject or cancel any advertisement at any time. Acceptance of any ad is subject to credit approval A 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. ANNOUNCEMENTS Garage Salat... Auctions ... Estate Sales ... Lost ft Found ... Personals... Legal Notices -. md much more .„.! IOO - 150 PETS I LIVESTOCK Dogs .. 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Furniture ..Firewood ..Building Materials... electronics... and much more ..J 610-665 610 General for Sale 615 Antiques/CoH edibles 620 Furniture 625 Appliances 630 Electronics 635 Musical 640 Exercise Equipment 645 Lawn A Garden 646 Farmers Market 650 Firewood 655 Machinery A Tools 660 Bulding Materials 661 Portable Buildings 665 Want to Buy RECREATION Sporting Goods. Boats „ Campers — Hoeing rn a      Brt^ma iriW TfMW r Wiling ~ Motor Honks -BVa., and much mort —I 710 - 750 TRANSPORTATION Cars.ThKfcs .VAas .Auto Parti A Sendee. Auto Loons ... and much 810-850 710 Sporting Goods 720 Hunting A Fishing 730 Boms I Motors 740 Motor Homes A RY* 750 Campers A Trave* Trailers 810 Autos 815Antique Autos 820 Trucks A Urns 830 Motorcycles 835 Aviation 840 Auto Loans 860 Auto Parts A Service The Complete Service Index is Published Daily in the Service Directory in the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung and each week in the Comal County Advisor. 901 Construction 902 Home Repair A ■ Remodeling 915 A/C A Heating 916 Handyman Services 917 Hauling A Dumping 924 Storage 926 Upholstery A Furniture 928 Childcare 929 Housekeeping 935 Stsreo/TV/VCR Repair 937 Appliance Repair 940 Education/Training 944 Mjareiantom *Tiryics> We go pMift with coffee dc don Hts! Herald-Zeitung loo sr-iioo sr 1361 MOUNTAIN BREEZE Springs Mountain Subdivision Behind Goofy* Fri A Sat 8 till ? Lots of good merchandise & some antiques 1 8* Pontoon boat, excellent shape with aM the goodies see after garage 643 Summerwood Sat July 26th 9am-9pm Baby clothes, toys, small household appliances, Microwave. 19“ Cob* TV 607 E. MATHER Fri 8 - 6 p m. Sat 8 -1 p.m. Some furniture, dishes A misc 69 Ford PU. .arage Sales A ard Sales IOO 446 CROSS ST. Fri p.m. 4 Sat 8-12 p.m. 3 Family Clothes, toys, femkure A much more. 1770 Oak Forest (Heights of Oak Run) Fri 8 - 4 A Sat 6 • 1 IOO AFTER MOVING fat ft Saturday July 26th, 8 a m til 7 TV. VCR, books, hoi weholrt lama, babyfied, toddler bed, lota of misc. 911 Hwy 46 S., (toward Beguin), inside home, next to the Coastal Gas Station IOO i arage Sales & ird Sales 1636 MARIGOLD Fri. July 25th, 8am-5pm. Set. July 26th 8am-2pm. Larga 3 Fattily sale. Men’s A women** clothes, bicy-dee. household itama. too much to NMI tom of every- , SACK YARD •ALE FumAui* sapiences, ctodi-ing, ale. Friday 25th 9 - 5 p m 161 East Basal. ESTATE JEWELRY eeegALE*** Jewelry Eccentrics, Inc., 167 D., So. Seguin St., New Braunfels 830-629-9124. YARD BALE 263 Slq^few Fri only 7 - 6 p.m. Baby Asms, household accessories, etc. 1 no Ga dge 1 L/VJ Yard Sa GARAGE ftAi e 757 Oasis July 24, 25. A 26th. 6 * 4 p.m. Clothes, craft, household Same. GARAGE SALE FRI. A SAT. 8AM-3PM 1437 Puns P«lh Cloth**, toy*. hon i aw ar**, *tc. ;

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