New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 5, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 5, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New BraunfelsJSkV July 5, 1987 50 Cents Stammtisch CT 'J Splish, splash, we were in the record business and didn’t even know it The record rainfall that soaked New Braunfels and everyplace for miles around during Mas and early June pushed the Edwards Aquifer level above the old record of HW 5 feet above mean sea level On June 17. the Edwards level measured in at a new all time high of BW 2 AMSC at the Bexar Can :\ well The average June water level from 1932 thr tn h 1984 is BBS I AMSC When >ou compare the average June with the June we ct-t finished last week. you’ll dishevel that the aquifer le\el is 34 feet above average Knowing that is enough t«» make you want to want to celebrate by hopping into a nice cool, flowing stream Hex all \eu d<a**oders -ut there Bet you Bet th*' feeling no bod) even notices every thing you do to tr> to lie a nice bu> i an all right kind f pers n in .'ti.' «*1 Well. Uh* Comal County Chapt*; *• the American lied Cross will h »st an Annual Award I* •, > at ‘ *r the x- unit — in Carnal County I he banquet will fj*.* field at    th** F    'I    q-’ -t    hut    n July IB starting at *•    a p rn    s.*.*. siMiiebody noticed all your hard Warn Now ah -a box* t .1 :s pc k up a ta m t • >i a cav e I* at Pf odes Int* rial s Harold t i .« letter from I ta Sir g i*n«- »f Un-    in. ** sa    bes    wha w    »rks real hard    *x * r at    fie    Senior    Citizens I enter She na*' sofia* ru* e things ta say about Centra! Appraisal District, die of every bod) * favorite punching bags lier letter follows * I d uke I** put in a good vt*.rd for t *hl«*f A|H»ra:srr Kl* bald Btl* - Irs and his staff At Marne I ar* I r Senior I    s    ai    5* t* J i Vol. 134, No 129 Fantastic Fourth kiwi Manilax U volunteers art reb f ree day s. :*ut earl Appraisal I ‘ sti.- t toe chief and fus .» a tun* h hour ever* form this .at-or * appreciate c I banks Mrs >n and ut' b*J it Uktk flappy av rf at Uh dunte lint 8^ M * • ne w 11 *r of I! A! fix* exchange Mad- . ' Bot Braunfels German- wil •■* ,r. t wr during the next a * * ks .cid they ar*’ in fi»r a genuin* Ne** Hr.*nereis web ume Mt inU i MG Charnbei *f ( ammer*** t x*    iii*,    t    minute* th* W Ut -!'* -t I X«    • nix-    I    II    It* * the Chamixr Partner Mi t in imtte*’ in tithe* woi i' v, • Ah-Who -t th* bu M a...!    :t« other spet tai * u**st- ai* ’ v•!*• I an informal re* epinw ta h»-r r :■ ** students I tie re* • pf >    ;    -    ! bx tile Chaiutiei ' Pa tim: si p Coinnuttee, will ta- in Uh* i nam ber s Manors Hall    fr *m    6    ai    I    * to pm I aes* lay All    lh* *    •;•*    a guests you know whv you are ai* ask***! to rail th** * flambe* I'. • bi Monday It - t th. . t * kl a * you re got fig to show ap Just a reminder I fie Sr v , s -iffit es at U. I»t!i la will b closed Monday to give or Led working and hardly workup . htiliday We will re«*pen : i '    « at 8 30 a rn Tuesday The lieut is int Alai it .s bet* to stay 1’oday will ta* sunny windy and Iud and Utat s Ut* forecast for the week Mig tis today will la* in Ute (iud 90s but it just might tut ti tat loo degree mark Winds will Ut* la to 20 mph arid gusty I "i n ' will be one of those fatuous hot summer nights with a low dipping only as far as the upper 70s Monday moruitn just like every Monday morning, will la* mostly cloudy But the day will sunny I * and »leat by noun IIM high Monday will reach tit** (iud 90s I he Menu BUSINtSS CLASSIFIC I) COMICS CROSSWORD EDUCATION ENTER! AINMfc NI DEAR ABBY KAlEIDOSCOPt OPINIONS 9 I0A J UR BA JA BA /A 7B I 7B 4A SPORTS............TI    UA Comal County law enforcement was kept busy. By nightfall no deaths had been reported, though a I lew B-police officer had been assaulted. People missive on'hr Guadalupe River were located, but all in all' was indeed 'One heck of a day' Compiled from Staff Reports A Comal County Sheriff s summer: it all up by saying We are havim one heck of a day." New Braunfels policemen were searching the city for a man suspected of assaulting an offn • ; shortly after IO p in Saturday Police spokesmen were unable * release details of the incident late Saturday but said simply that Offt cr Jeff Jamison was assaulted in luanda Park He was treated for injuries at McKenna Memorial Hospital Th* reason for the attack, reportedly bx one man. was unknown As of pressUme, officers wen trying to find a ar matching the description of th** assailant Th* officer invoked in the made: reported that he thought he u.b identify Ins a &$«& i lllflt Scores of holiday visitors, despite weeks of warnings concerning dangerous conditions along the Guadalupe River, kept county emergency personnel moving with river rescues and feared drownings At one lime Saturday afternoon authorities where lucking for f ar persons who were missing in the Guadalupe River Bx 9 p.m., ai. persons had been located. Slumber Falls Saturday was the scene of numerous report,*- »f tubes and rafts turned oxer with people left clutching branches awaiting rescue I lad gotten from the swiftly moving curl ents of * , the Guadalupe River. and was qui After a relatively quiet n; toming. Then on* Comal County sheriff's off ic* ; begar, : started co: receiving reports of river at ti dents their rafts < around 12:30 p.m. The first o* r ^' ll T V C*C1 , Such repof at the third crossing on Civ* ?r Road Luck and* *rt when it was report"'! that a per See HECK A DA Drowning victim's identity confirmed dx fouw anon, ' ravis >f Canyon I-ak* I-annon wa Sunday and pr could not he located search continued nesdav when canoe th,- Iwh rU8«i^iUp report* >unled i* 300 an the downs' flows not as s the day Lannon **d. upstream file feet per secon tear me mn i he L -S Army warning that darn Glastron forecasting bright future after Jacobs buy-out Omie s the pares boat rn philosoph com pa mc said Gel Bv DANA OVf RSTREt T Staff Write* Glastron-A onroy, Lid president Keith (>m<c* said if Genmar industries,    Inc    didnt share    his business philosophy, he wouldn't be talking about becoiiung a Geiuuai subsidiary (Jrme and Genmar chairman Irwin Jacobs    haxi    entered intl    an agreement for Genmar to purchase tile assets of Glastron, a 30-year-old rex reational boat manufacturing company Grille expects Uh' sale — barren any unforeseen circumstances and with government approval to Ik* final within 45 to BO days While we have enjoyed good growth    and    out>tandmg    im provement in our operations oxer th* past two yeais, I think the future is ex en brighter and more secure by joining Genmar because of its favorable buying power with respect been doing Braunfels til* unit* employee ant * (ju*sq I, VV ti iptoy th arb imp It is my understanding tim the current management ar ploy ees xviii be retained by ti after the final closing." stated 30 memo from Or me to h plovers And thai Gla>tr* continue to operate in depend* much the same manner a* w iraunfels in 1978 Our hea * ere in .Sal: Anton** a: inxious U> get the operate tit headquariet s, Ornie darning that * orntty tx urrent site when .t wa in nearer Said * A ag bt the -till tar* 10 su<.h things a insurance, ei.,;m and dealer financing," Grille said A new> release from dial Genmar’s strateg* In the case of buat manuf&c- major force I fie    Ti wer Dual industry ny * best names rn the md, auiMtion will not "nix ; turmg, there are    some very significant benefits*.    particularly on insurance A larger corporation can tare much better    in >btaming    fine    name    to    Genmar liability insurance,*’    Orme said,    Hatteras    Larson explaining that Genmar ha.- acces> business* to volume discounts on supplie.- and aiiditn pr win pr ictron c the pun fiase of engines "There are some very tangible release said. In addition. Gia boat trader manufacturing fat I int ay mafia! at lured ti ariels togo it*i the Glastron b*>ats, but atter tin* oil crunc h, began to manufacture ait •economy* line ut boats for those who dido t want to buy the Glastron boats i * {astron was active til Austin ft>r JO years and at one time was the largest employer in the capital city it jofmd Conroy fn-re in the early l ’Ho- and the limited partnership was formed soon thereafter By keeping the Glastron name. Genmar will be gamine sane of the Se** GLAS>TRO<\ Ray** 2A - I Jim Johnson and his 32 key Book Onjan (above: and Pied Fey and hts Military Band Organ lb* lins helped celebrate the Fourth of July in banda Park Saturday iftenioor The machine was used iii roller rink: Clark! and dancehal ady 1900s (Pfiotos by Deiyl I a i u i C) I X » Local officials unhappy over appeal court s taping ruling By DAVID MAV Sum Wrote Two local officials say prosecuting accused child molesters took a giant step backwards following a dx*asion last week by Texas Court of Criminal Appeal> that vide**taj>es of juvenile victims used as evidence in a court of law is unconstitutional. District Attorney William SchroeUer and Barry Allison, chairman of Comal County Child Welfare Board, said the decision serves only to further victimize the victim The court last Wednesday, iii a 8-3 vote, overturned a 20-year sentence of a man accused of sexually molesting the teenage daughter of a woman whom he had been living with, on the grounds that a videotape of the girl s account used as ev idence was unconstitutional It was ruled that the defendant has the right to confront his or her accuser at tile time statements are being made or taped. "i don’t understand it, I really don’t.” said Sehroeder in a telephone interview Friday. Due to ^dependance Day holidays, Sehroeder and Allison were th* only officials who could be located for comment "I don’t know why we have to keep victimizing the victims. tally when Ii ley ar* that young .» hied the criminal prosecutor, saying the decision leaves in limbo future prosecution of child abusers. "I don’t know flow many cases ate finished, washed duw n the dram Under pi ovisions of legislation passed in I JBJ under tile sponsorship or sen Hugh Parmer, D-H. Worth, lap* J statements iroin ju enile victims can b* use* y.s evidence so long as the ohikt was available for cross-examination Fanner has been reported as say mg tie would ask Gov Bdl Clements thai a reworking of the bill tx* considered during the current special legislative session There i> a possibility that last week s ruling could be overturned bx a iugher court Until auth time, prosecutors will be faced with the decision of placing a juvenile on the witness stand before a judge and jury and whether or not such a t omronlation might harm the c hild psychologically Sehroeder said the ajitK'als court decision would not affect a conviction in district court here in March against William Dale Day of Canyon I .ake charges of aggravated sexual assault of his 5-year-old daughter, since Day pled guilty during jury deldierations He is S«t* RULING Pcye 2A * ;

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