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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 1, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Tracksters to state meet Page 12A I July 4th picnic Page IB New Braunfels Naw Texas Stammtisch Hot summer days are ahead for the Fourth of slyly weekend with mostly cloudy mornings giving way to partly and hot I Thf Menu 7191 GQMJQf PEAHABBY 7B Two 26 Pages mmm w w Zeituno 128 AV Wednesday July 25 Cents WeIcome to my parlour The list of people who con tributed to the success of Project Graduation is But the sponsors wanted to thank everyone so here goes City Natural Bridge Braunfels Clear Felger and A Perfect Gas Hair Merle Balloon Geopfs Gold TaImage Silver New Braunfels Flight Rosies Beauty Thats En National Jims TriCounty Atwood Panteras Tipco Foods and Tom Popeyes Fried Joe Miller and Miller Distributing Naeglins Loffland and Larry Pepsi Penn Buy For Terry Grist Schwabs Tree New Braunfels World of Dick Koegles State Farm Insurance Mill Street Texas Canoe Wildlife Pats Das Clear Springs Pit Stop Food Trans Star Terrys Beauty Mollys Raft Wolfgangs New Braunfels New braunfejs Auto Dealers German American Comal County Medical Texas Commerce Cibolo State San An tonio Savings MBank New Citizens Bank and Bill Canyon Lake New Braunfels Evening Lions New Braunfels Wurstfest New Braunfels Breakfast Downtown Rotary Bulverde Optimist American Garden Ridge Lions Club and Rotary Tree of Life Oakwood Baptist Paul Lutheran Johns Episcopal Cross Lutheran First First Peter and Paul Catholic Pauls Lutheran TBarM Kyle and the parents and friends of the Classes of 87 at New Braunfels and Smithson Valley high Others are Joe Caldweel Myron Marcus Elaine Gary Jack Larry Henry Daniel Hilmar Tom Floyd Robert Walnut Merrill Henk Paving Detex Busy Donald Wingfield Gordon Kirk Flexonics Flowers by TX1 Nelson Custom Raymond Tip Top Porter Jumbo GuadaComa Carl Harold General Hoffman Kunkel In Larry High Brehm Rhoads Bazaar Ottie Custom Bob Norris Insurance Dixie Stella Victor Oasis Outdoor Otto Locke Classy Dean Howards Pawn Steve Paul Comal County Farm Crenwelge Faust Sacco and Sciantarelli John Fred Rosemary David Creative Im Capital and Jeff and May Highway Now if you were a fly and this neighbor showed youcfthink about Shes isnt And New Braunfels isnt being just the usual out in Photo by Deryl Clark Search continuing for missing Converse man Divers from Randolph AFB in Universal City were expected this morning to join in the search for a Converse man missing in the Guadalupe River since Sunday and presumed Game Warden Neel Etheridge said late Tuesday the search will con centrate today on the river between 281 and FM 311 near Spring just downstream from where the man reportedly disap Sean was tubing with friends when he missed the finish point where the river crosses Etheridge He continued downstream and out of sight from his Law enforcement area friends of the missing man and a MAST helicopter have sear ched the Guadalupe River in vain since Sunday Lannon was the second person to die over the weekend on the both accidents occurring upstream from Canyon Sandra drowned Saturday just east of Boerne in Kendall County when her tube became stuck under a bridge in high Law enforcement and lake and river despite numerous warnings over the past several continue to warn casual tubers and rafters of the dangers of the both upstream and downstream of Canyon The river has swelled due to heavy rains the past month and is very swift and turbulent in The flow below Canyon Dam is around cubic feet per considered by Corp of Engineer officials to be very County jury convicts Cabello of armed robbery By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Testimony Tuesday of the victim and an accomplice were monumental as a jury panel of nine men and three women took 45 minutes before returning a guilty verdict against 22 yearold Eddie of 7242 Mill Valley in San was to be sentenced this morning before Judge Robert Pfeuffer in 207th State District He was found guilty of aggravated a firstdegree The jury today was to consider pre sentencing A firstdegree felony is punishable by a term in the Department of Corrections of 5 to 99 Cabello did not take the wit ness also known as Eddie was implicated through testimony as being one of three in dividuals who robbed a Diamond Genmar to buy Glastron By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer Genmar Industries Min neapolisbased boat construction and officials at Glastron Conroy of New Braunfels have entered into an agreement for Genmar chairman Irwin Jacobs to the assets of the local manufacturing The GlastronConroy boat factory in New Braunfels 3150 Interstate 35 serves as world headquarters for the limited The local plant and showroom employs 280 while the North Carolina plant employs 170 Glastron models included the boat used by Batman Adam West in the television Local Glastron employees were told of the pending sale late Tuesday A memo from president Keith Orme in that GlastronConroy has entered into an agreement to be acquired by Genmar Industries and the acquisition is subject to govern ment approval and certain other The sale to which stands for General could be final within 45 and 60 Current managers and employees are ex pected to be retained after the according to Glastron was headquarted in Austin for approximately 10 years and was at one time the largest private employer in that manufacturing 100 boats a Kinsfather GlastronConroy now produces about 12 boats a day in both the New Braunfels and North Carolina Glastrons sister has See Page 2A Shamrock store early on the morning of The store at Walnut and Interstate 35 had been open only three days before the During the assistant manager Robert Neely began to flee the but was shot once in the back by a smallcaliber automatic probably a The bullet entered Neelys ricocheted off a traveled through a lung and damaged his The inflicted lung Retired from the Army after 24 years service and a Vietnam Neely told the court he knew his wound was serious when he heard blood bubbling out his a sign of a collapsing The he felled him in the stores where he broke his an injury that was not detected until after it had begun to Neely has worked for the gas and con venience store chain since Close shave I Testimony implicated a third man in the Anon Gonzalez of San who is yet to be Gonzalez was tied to the holdup by Steven Jerome also of San after Alexander and Cabello arrested in Corpus Christi on aggravated robtecry Evidence during the day did not reveal whether Cabello or Gonzalez shot though Neely did identify Cabello as being the one who put a small caliber automatic weapon within inches of his forehead and pulled the Cabello had not engaged a bullet into the Realizing Neely said he made a break for the Thats why I said I figured it was the only chance I had since they were going to blow me See Page 2A 82yearold Hilda Wetz almost cried when she saw what Braunfels Utilities crews did to her pecan But the safety of our electrical distribution system depends on unfettered transmission lines that must be kept clear of debris and See Sarah Dukes story on Page Photo by Leslie Kriewaldt Abortion bill drawing mixed reviews Antiabortion faction attempting to recover stronger state say latest measure is watered down By TRAVIS POLING Correspondent A decision by the 70th Texas Legislature during the 1987 regular session has brought optimism to the prolife sup porters in New Braunfels and throughout The which has been passed into will prevent the abortion of a fetus after the third trimester of a which had strong antiabortion laws before the Roe Wade Supreme Court will now begin to try and regain some of its lost legislation in dealing with Some pjjysipiajis and said they believe the bill is a step in the right bjul it still is weak in comparison to the Sleyen Qusley of New Braunfels said that the bill watered down and open to ex tremes of Ousley is a local The law is net nearly as significant as the fact that something Steven President Comal County PfQUfe Fgundatipn medical practitioner and president of the Comal County Christian ProLife The Ousley will continue its efforts to see tougher abortion laws passed in the The jaw is not nearly significant as the fact that something he said Cindy a counselor at the Crisis Pregnancy Center of New Brawif said that although the center sees yery few late term or ejjenJU coming for workers hope the legislation will encourage more people to come to them alter MiheUch says that the passing of the bill indicates the prolife movement is becoming more Jeff a local pastor and a member of the centers board of said the abortion alternative concept which they represent has received support through private The need for alternatives is recognized by citizens in this community when you have this much Jeff Mihelich The law IS it stands now will have very little effect on New Braunfels medical institutions because if abortions are performed females who require abortions seek tfefiffl to either San Antonio or said the bill will have very little effect on that service because thirdterm abortions pot performed That is the she with most independent organisations outside of private practice or hospital The breaking of this law by doctors will result in penalties of reprimand of their Many proponents said they believe this to be 3 slap on the wrist for something that they consider Sue the director of ih Agency Rjpf ndjjejjye Services in San Representative Edmund supported the bill in the called the A step we had to take toward strengthening the abortion laws in Roth JKuempel and many prolife proponent said ftis is only the beginning to even e legislation jn accordance with what they teve been advocating for   

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