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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Tara Cappleman in All-Star match in Austin, Page IO New Braunfels>1V Vol. 134 No 132 Stammtisch Thursday July 9,1987 Anybody got any clothing, fur future, other unable stuff that someone could use si rn e you t an't I ail the Salvation Army at fine "* 7058 for information on In w to have picked up those items \ >u < an’t us* any mare but which < auld make .de easier on .somebody lev. fort ur who is the vie tim of a disaster like the Saraeusa tumid* If >ou missed the fireworks sh u above luanda Park la vt weekend, \ou have a chance to ms* wfiat >"U missed at Jim - V ole I ! t folks there taped the entire colorful event and will show it t< %(>u rd all' J y> i co bv the place on brad** Co nter Driv e b**hind Courty ard Shopping Center It lasts »f**ut 45 minutes or so and will give >«*u an idea of vD » I expe ct next \ car if you a* onaidering contributing t the Uh* (ii apod * en ta Home t amelia is near compo tic Now Hi aunfels I’Ulitn »*\ invitation to \ Lxti ant of th energy and w ater -effi set reside BW es sn lite an a Open house a ill tx* ft vm p rn Saturday and Sun Sav 12 Chiv is a real spiffy d« i olorado Hr. »*r \ ithorit) materials. NHI and I- iw, I'ndergr »und 'A itc Distr; totalled lo the cost t lf**- * nile Phillip CoW v build ..iw at Si w Br a ic de ii applied tile elbow grease an *>nl> bi* described av » workmanship for th* thre< • draim. tw«*-bath from* ' veil for abt it $» ii a SHU Ct t t.i show st oft av < cample of *•••'* • • i • *e.'*r enru v rf I. lent I evidence Va know NHI M HA i'm* aquifer folkv and ever. v hool it * w ,n * up in. «itr ox et vial stuff tax* :;ianacement tilings irk** 1 ss an example of e. v»f \hi: a» era irs and the ti stri t < h\ all means go by and ct the Go d Cl fits bot Ile ' 'n another one next y * ar ne and this v cr \ wot tin ar d < sen ive in cooper als o -I J J' erivet! * ** an til * > air.tin' th I augh SI Phil } • i t liege arni done in New lit ,i . •* i- full I hey i an t fit any uh * people in tin- clava, so don t i a ^ <u ll just have to w.s t ti* ‘he u apport unity or go find .Uu-i I *i -g r am Vk ti*■ ii ic- if « up ‘VO ll let vou know W • iald y a is se to ha. e » stauuntiM h in print Ae a g* table that Stands if -j Uhs un f in time to tim* \ via: .i table tar i F .rues a phi < whri anything iv ».p« n ?. * Im , •••<'• < v hi can take from p ie ta * wfuitevel you ii axe behn r measure for Uieavtii e It v uat i someone who draw v for a vim inst doodles (jut CH tell let i t, draw wfiat vou think is ,i good vummtiseh table Iii (nab U i reatut Send v • ar id*.* aw i I o lamia Street, V*w B u * i ,8PMI Include your name and telephone number cut ii we use vour vtammUsch. liar Id ws. b voj lunch somewhen* like i as# Aln la or Huber N I lur eat Iv morning vt • w- i s sure brought a wt f omen *r from .ill this hot and humid mugginess we vi t»» « n« \ penancing of late \\» » in tfiat pattern when it will U cloudy in the moi rn ne lung partly cloudy by ttu afternoon w ti    highs n Un mid 90s and w    iuds    it h« southeast at IO ii mph. Die Menu CLASSIFIED    1J    IU COMICS    12 CROSSWORD    J DEAR ABBY    b EN IERT AINMEN I    to KALEIDOSCQPt    9 OPINIONS    4 SCRAPBOOK    a SPORTS    9    IU t Cc * tx is c eluded in new 1**sk«-atrous for an O tho r • i regulation pion ul gated t , Texas Ha*ks .md WJcllrh 5or*u* confusion as resulted from the changes So*' Pad* Should barkeeps police customers or face liability? Pet hi I ny bill w auld la y responsibility for ac i idents caused by intoxicated patrons at the fet>t of thu^r who flop tfie tops 'OMN HA! I he rd parti k* bar lay rd *w n th a d 1 club up . w tov el O' i* ai < n**l to •en post midnight e say the rn* asufe would t id*, er sely *n taverns arid v* I. viipermarketv thud v. . - coho 11 t*»*veragev, while tithers intend tilt rn* .*sur« would mak< ar tenders and (tar owners more .ireful at** tut    putting    profit > dun» pubic v.ifetv Called ti# Draft! Shop law, the ii >,.e .senate aii«< ii«im< ct ap .atefitly make v a per von liable tot ta mages if ht serves liq uv‘. t> ■ ac ,.i. xk ated * ut* vt who lait r I .av an automobile OI oilier injurv a* -i lent IV pit iv I Sion w a? added I.- a House passed meavui* 'aking s oil ti fie adflUfUsll atlV e ! ai gov in th* stale s liquor laws s» i hi < lits    Xttorney    st« vt y. iv db a bt has Ivet ti w .itching Uh I fogie-. - of the UU t i ‘sely, furs told die Se* UCI (Nix ( Dun* ti the filii ..aid ii,, iud** anyone in Its dual businevsev and civil gr oups wfni served an intoxicated person involved in an accident his last drink befur * die at t blent Margie Huh, owner of Knox I anding if* New Braunfels, says sin will strictly    refuse to    si r vc or even all*w    anyone who    is iii luxe ated to eater that place of (justness, even Uuiugh many !**ople get very upset Die issue facing us is On extent of liability, Kosub said in instances wliere die city allows do sale of alcoholic bt .erages on city >owned pi o|M 11 * su. ii as la i ti it i a1 Park, Slat, ke Park, the coliseum or Ilk* t.i mads, it will probably be cuiiMdeied a host aud wuuid the) t f u t be liable foi damages Betel    Dross owner of    luanda S'adon in New Bt aunfels, salt4 the Dram Shop Bill is a good in a positive direction, especially in trying    to separate the    majoi faders involved    who’s i e.vjMinsible for wfiat State officials had lo define what    it takes to    define lr respells! bt ll ti with some good agreement on bunton ut proof, dross    said It also    clearly specifies who sues wile and the complete liability factor involved including th** insurance a-pc t < .v th A * itwe! i*w ce! Seguin v newest night 'pot, i iv de v, said he sees problems w th th* law I dixit agree at all with holding a third party cable for ..'ult someone does whether it involves a traffn ac colent *r ar vthing else Whitwell sol I lf they pass this law. where is it gt mg tv* end Are they * sung to make U*« automobile nm it * lurers oi dealers liable lf simeon* tuts a wreik lf someone drowns * a 'Vtlimning pool ale they to make the builder *4 the p*»oi habit* After all, if th* > ba in I made or sold the automobile or twilit the pool, those incidents w * >u)dn t bai e 4 lap J Hared We stress here as I rn sud other clubs do. being .areful about serving people we believe* had too much to drink, bul we * an’t always tell Whitwell said \fler all. oui people aren I ex pelts in judging wiien a per mm, is intoxicated and when he isn t We have too many laws now that aren t enforced We need to eliminate some of the weaker laws and have strudel en* forccident of those we keep Whitwell continued I don't blame Uh* law enforcement agencies because I think they do a good job but our judicial vv stem makes it too easy on violators lf the judges would be* tougher on those who break tile law it would U* a big deterrent John Nash, owner of the Greenery Station in Seguin and Giver Shadows Restaurant in M<xjueene>, both of which sell aUohoitc beverages, said Uh* law .could cause bartenders to become mort aware of Hie condition of their customers befure serving them • It is a problem because we don’t know how intoxicated they mal be," Nash said We certainly don't twist their arms to come in and have a drink, and if we have a customer we think is intoxicated we either give tliem a ride home, call the police or a taxi to take them home, or make them eat before we let diem leave. Another problem that could arise is dial someone who is involved ut an accident, and who liad his last drink here or somewhere else, might name some other bar in order to protect the place where he ^aually had Ute last drink Then again, if a bar cuts him off or cut him off in the S«« BARKEEPS P*u« 2 Comal County grand jury no-bills Head Start employee By DAVID MAY Staff Wrttf*- Frosecutors were unable to produce enough evidence to indict , emplovet* of a local Head Start school a* ( used of sexually assaulting a young girl The ease was no-bi led Wednesday by at oms! County era d jury The grand jury did render a total < 12 indictments on 14    ,,* * lr their monthly convening, ac >r hr, to district attorney .cd** Nar y Filken. Including the Head Star* incident, ther** w**!* thru* cases unbilled, or.e being a charge of indecency with a child and ti)* oilier involving possession cf . untrolled substance Assistant Distr' *, *,•• ,n .*■, B.uce Boyer sal : a vide tap* - tem- w >f a >y ear-old cir! 'H*r:*‘' *..< *f by a *•! r Hi prottc bon I Vf ii tine nut shown he* I the i i r mg ruling by Tex a Co ti Appealv H( -aid th* it hr * »ugh* in top stify Hi lei accused a janitor ie rs Head Start pr I . -ri Krueger Street of I id touching her between her •* April 20. The employee waion administrative leave .. * * bv officials of t < rnrcjnit ii f South Central Texas th* • p irent agent y. at tile tim< i i*sa finn was made pi* id'ne tic nvestigatinn utive Director I.oui* inavailable for (nin morning regal den j rn tor •t    ase*I as evidence (tune... th* man’s hild    trial was unconstitutional. t ne court ruled that the uei* idant has a right lo confront his or her i* user a: the *irn*-- staterru ts are being made or ta pert n * tap*- was nr t sh wn based un 'he (I * -im n that st • annot o* i cd at trial, stated Bove! AfJnesdav a l'-rnc e . shortly after I jury's dismissal. W* felt that it a not anpropriait *.*> sh jw it to th* ’rand * the Boy er sal I the ca se > a polite officer ba-' •! Kt-i ll, den Ui dc ■ * it* Ct--* Hied »n hi> ln-Ugation aiel that there .. is not ugh physical evidence produced how that the incident look place She child' did not testify We had weigh the ramification- of the A's Ut I I    ,t>    ' said *0*-    Ii-.-    .! I if !**.*.'. es {*r '-,**• ut *r S ORAND JUBY Pag. 2 NB woman's cancer draws response from community By DAVID MAV St.*r* VV r t«*» jrkei s, fn*n vl- anc I it* hav i i.: is ansu ering my I Henrietta Bios sates at Wal-Mart tru^t fund f r the cituen> fiav e rej*piinc1t*d lo Hennett.i family at New Braunfels National and Rudy Hi donations to arb pleas mr ? * ip v on.s to Side the family -> tally. as their 21 year-tor J •    *.    ( sa w* ck: i*i * treatment* lf ll astor placed collection veral locations idmg Sa N-l’.ii , .hi*--. Kntex and Af NBU, city council eye water bonds The N* w Br.ii of trusties wiU with meinU*tis . * Tty Count ti It t ex i met* r tht da' unties I .I W I * * w Br. girl ti, re Md NHC Jo Ann Rodriquez I the pa st Auk h, >4ou for Ute f ami Iv ive r;nsod I just can’t issuance of i ex »*nu** Dor ids NHC i.s eonsi.iei mg is.-orig $‘* i million in revenue b**nds to fuud several Pf ejects, including a surface water treatment plant winch will redu* e Uh* city N dependency on the Edwards Aquifer I he plant is ex pee ted to cost an estimated la million arid would have the a|>at>ih‘v ta provide up to six million gallons of treated water daily The treatment plant would be the first of its kind un the area and would represent the first step by any cit) iii the aquifer area toward developing an alternative source of water Bob Sohn, NHI s general maria ne I said the plant will treat enough water to .sit* the city through .til emergence water w inter said Uh* city lists t:.*rn ion ie 14 million lh]I tis of a During Ult* lead *r bgt ers said. the t *lv uses afx'ut seven nullion gallom of a ater daily During the suninier dry Season the city Uses about 14 million gallons daily t he six million gallons that the pr f> sc ti (>:,m* is designed to treat .> bast i ii our minimum useages,” Biggers ^.Md He added (fiat m\ nuUion w md allow for litUe more waiter us-age than for baths and ho use hi id cleaning. The plant, which would In* located somewhere .dong tin* Guadalupe Hiver, will In St*- VAT. M Page 2 Si * lias a lot of pride in herself." said oo-workcr Carla Kirkland Wednesday morning, t xpiainmg the mother s reluctance it* accept such don.-tions We seep telling bt r she needs the money uiiii vie want to help her. We hi e a family V. hen ane person gets hurt, w e all help out.” Kirkland said besides opening the trust account in the farm!c’s uam* and setting up various collection sites, the company also has been selling breakfast ta •> ann is selling pie- to be throw n at associates during the upcoming company picnu Se* RESPONSE Danza Folklorica These members of Compania de Dan/a Folklore a will enliven the day at the Civic Center when tht* troupe presents Din Alegie from 3 to 6 30 p m Sunday La Dia Alegre sera un din de sonrisas grandes y piesas alegres Es gratis tambien Admission is tree for this colorful event and there will be a benefit dance later in the evening (Photo by Dances Bridges! ;