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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 252 75245 football results both good and bad See Page Comal River up 5 inflow down 5 Canvon up 30 Edwards same Canyon Lake up City City Council to mull Coleman deannexation See Page 2A Ranch homes turns into childrens see Page 1B New Braunfels Sunday November New Texes 50 Cents 34 Pages Sections Perry found guilty DEBBIE DaLOACH Stall writar A Canyon Lake man was found guilty of sexually assaulting a four yearold girl by a Comal County jury The punishment phase against David Chijrlcs Perry also known as Jeff Owens Perry is scheduled to begin at The sexual assault alleged on or about March carries a possible prison term of five to 99 years of and a fine up to Probation can also be considered if the jurys punishment is 10 years or The jury deliberated about seven hours before deciding Perrys guilt Friday The trial started Thursday morn and deliberations began around 8 But the jury was unable to reach a and instructed to come at At the foreman sent out a note saying the jury was deadlocked and would be unable to reach an unanimous Thejurors were asked to keep and at sent out another note asking to see the videotape of the little girls earlier The guilty verdict was then reach ed around The little girl testified during the trial in another and jurors saw a live transmission of her Other trial testimony indicated the incident occurred while Perry and his wife were babysitting the whose parents had gone to New York for about five District Attorney Bill Schroeder said the victims family was new in and the Perrys had been recommended to them as baby LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG New Braunfels football players celebrate their 4514 Wdistrict them out of the playoffs a year The teams play Friday at 8 over Uvalde Frjday their a at Corpus Christis Buccaneer More details in rematch with the GregoryPortland who Knocked Page Egyptian plane is hijacked Malta AP Ter rorists seized an Kyptair jetliner car rying more than loo people Saturday and forced it to land here where a man identifying himself as one of the hijackers said by radio that four poo pie had been I am going to look for another American said the man in according to reporters at the Valletta airport monitoring radio conversations between the Fioeing and the control The man then said four bodies are under the plane and a fifth will follow if the plane was not re the reporters They said another man then came on the told the tower he was the planes captain anrl said of the hi jacker who had been He is very In a State Departmenl Dan said there were an undetermined number of Americans aboard the jetliner that was hijacked en route from to There are an unknown number of casualties on board the he ad ded We dont know the nationalities of the with the exception of one injured American who has been taken to a local And thats basically all I Ffe said a State Department task force had been The reporters monitoring the radio conversations said the man who iden tified himself as the captain was heard Another passenger is being prepared for execution I de mand I do not want any more 1 am responsible for the safety of passengers and crew No demands have been made but an airport source said the hijackers had threatened to kill u passenger every hour if their demands were not See Page 6A EUWD keeping a close eye on AllAmerican Pipeline proceedings Bumper crop DEBYL ZEITUNG Jerome Davis and Lillian White of New Braunfels take advantage of the winds and rains of the past couple of days to collect pecans that were knocked from LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writar Edwards Underground Water District will attend the Texas Railroad Commission hearing on All American Pipeline application to operate a crude oil pipeline over the aquifer recharge All American was granted a permit in February to operate a heated crude pipeline from El Paso to Mc Camey and the route plan will bring California crude from California to the Texas refineries near All American Pipeline also applied for and received a permit for the Mc Camey to Webster section of pipeline but the permit was rescinded 19 as a the railroad commissions file on All American in The attached permit for the All American Pipeline was issued in er ror prior to complete a memorandum fromAlice Miller in the RRC The complete review referred to would include the pipelines risk to surface and subsurface The last session of the Texas Legislature gave the RRC the power to ensure that pipelines were constructed and operated so as not to pollute surface or subsurface The amend ment to RRCs statutory powers went into effect June This hearing will be a first for the RRC and the commission has not yet made regulations to oversee this new EUWD staff and some board members said they planned to attend the public hearing because they are concerned with the risk of pollution to the aquifer in case of an oil I cant imagine anyone would think we were not interested after we were the ones who pushed for this said Tom general manager of the underground water Hays County citizens who met in Kyle to oppose the pipeline indicated that they believed the EUWD was satisfied that the pipeline was outside the political boundary of its respon The Small Cities Council that covers towns in Hays and Travis counties has been trying to create a water district similar to the EUWD under a provision of the current water The group failed to get the Texas Legislature to create the water district for them legislative are using this other route because this pipeline is not in the boundaries of the does not mean we are not We have remained interested in this pipeline and its effect on the Fox said Fay a Bexar County member of the water district agreed with Fox and also said she would attend the hearing Fox said his staff had not planned to testify at this but were work ing toward setting the stage for the disemination of information at the People need to understand we are not in a position to stop this See Page 6A Bulverde VFD may reorganize LILLIAN THOMAS Staff wriUr The BexarBulverde Volunteer Fire Department is looking into a The portion of the departments response area in Bexar County would be a separate department from the area in Comal We will put the issue before the membership in a special meeting Cameron Wiley with the fire department Once the reorganization the people will not be able to tell any Because what we take we plan to put back together with mutual aid One of the main reasons for the reorganizations would be to simplify the Chief Bernie Ander son The BexarBulverde Volunteers started out in Bexar County and the other area was added Anderson The money we get from Coma County can only be spent in Comal and the money we get from Bexar County can only be spent in Bexar County This makes the book keeping Wiley also mentioned that spearating the the two areas would make it simpler for the fire depart ment in either county to create a fire See Page 6A Inside weather Comal County forecast calls for cloudy and cool through Sunday with a 2o percent chance of rain or The high Sunday will be in the low with a low near 50 Sunday Monday should be mostly but not as cocl with a high in the upper 60s and a slight chance of rain Winds will be northerly at 1015 miles per hour shifting lo the east near 510 mph Sunday DEAR
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