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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports Court upholds no no play See Page 8A Comal cf8 same Canyon Inflow Canyon cfs same Edwards down Canyon Lake level Local Panel ready to get wet See Page 2A 1 WKt I SNACKSi Cajun PagelB New Braunfels Herald New Texas 135 Wednesday July 25 Cents 28 Sections Grim scene OERYL The Toyotas crumpled passengers side tells the story Passenger dies in I35 wreck By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer A 17yearold girl died in route to the hospital after the car she was riding in this morning hit an 18 wheeler parked beside Interstate Laura of Fort Worth was pronounced dead by John Flanagan at at McKenna Memorial The a Toyota driven by Scott of Fort had been traveling north on 135 near Kohlenberg Lane when the driver apparently fell asleep at the Trooper Jon Lindley with the Department of Public Safety He told me he must have dozed Lindley The car came out of its lane of traffic and hit the 18 tearing the passenger side of the car open and ejecting the passenger onto the Lindley who sustained minor was taken to McKenna by New Braunfels At press the man was being treated but would be a hospital spokeswoman New Braunfels Police were first on the scene of the said John Wommack of New Braunfels The driver of the tractor trailer who had been standing in front of his vehicle had not seen the ac cident Wommack found He said he saw the truck rock from the and he saw the car skid but he had not witnessed the accident Wommack Teenager rescued from Mill dam Suicide missions Car bombs kill 15 at checkpoints TEL Israel AP Two suicide bombers drove explosives laden cars into checkpoints manned by the Israelibacked militia in south killing themselves and 15 other people and wounding the Israeli military command and other sources Two of the injured were Israeli The Syrian Social Nationalist a proSyrian secular Lebanese said Thursday in that the bombings were carried out by its The attacks came a day after Lebanese Moslem leaders met in the Syrian capital of Damascus and vowed continued resistance to the Israeli presence in southern The same group has claimed responsibility for other suicide at tacks on Israeli troops before the withdrawal June 10 of the bulk of One attack was at Hasbiyah Israeli forces from southern There have been no attacks since June Israeli military officials say no more than 100 Israeli soldiers remain in Lebanon as liaison and training officers for the Israelibacked South Lebanon Army militia following last months They sometimes can be seen manning checkpoints with the The car bombs exploded within 15 minutes of one another at opposite ends of the security zone Israel maintains north of its Timor a spokesman for the interim force in Lebanon Israeli military who spoke on condition of said 16 including one of the perished in the first attack at 10 miles northeast of the Israeli border town of Four Lebanese were In the second only the bomber was and the two Israeli soldiers were In the two Israeli sources said 13 of the dead were Lebanese civilians and two were members of the South Lebanon Army See Page 12A Stockman headed for Wall Street Safety measures probed ByDANAOVERSTREET Staff writer For the third time in about five New Braunfels firemen Tuesday afternoon rescued someone caught in the hydraulics below the Mission Valley Mills Fire Chief Jack Wilson said the young identified as 16yearold Mike was trapped below the dam about 4 He apparently had gone into the water to get an inner tube and was caught in the Wilson he held onto the the chief Wilson said firefighter Wes Meyer paddled his kayak near threw him one end of a rope and rescuers on shore pulled the man to He was not The trick is to get the rope out Wilson On June his kayak helped pull off a similar rescue at the Mill Dam after two tubers who had gone over the dam were caught in the The Guadalupe River has been running about 600 cubic feet per second since the heavy June The outflow was raised to about 800 cfs eaVlier this week and the the rushing water is causing safety problems that havent been ex perienced here in several Besides the hydraulic at the Mill outfitter Betty Walls said the keeper hydraulic at Slumber Falls also is She said the water is turbulent there to a depth of about four feet deep and that the only way to get out of the swirl is to dive deeper than 4 feet and swim away or get pulled or knocked out of Walls said water running faster than 400 cfs will continue to cause safety especially for inexperienced tubers and Civil Defense workers have been stationed at Slumber Falls and at Hueco Falls on weekends helping pull people out of the volunteers have stayed at the Gruene low water crossing helping get people out of the water before they hit the Walls said she tells her Texas Canoe Trail customers about the Civil Defense workers and about the dangers of the falls and Gruene but said she cant tell customers that someone will be at because they are all It would be great if we had Civil Defense workers at she Youre going so fast coining off that Even with the warning David Stockman WASHINGTON AP David President Reagans earnest field marshal in the budget wars with is leaving the battlefield for the relative calm of Wall No successor for Stockman was immediately but a congressional source who spoke on condition that he not be quoted by name said the White House will announce that Joe deputy budget would serve as acting director until a successor is in White House spokesman Larry Inside Speakes said today he expected Stockmans successor to be ap pointed in time to work on the next budget The presidents proposed budget for fiscal year 1967 will be prepared during fiscal year which begins on will remain as budget director until allowing him keep a hand in trying to resolve the current budget deadlock on Capitol Hill before Congress takes its annual August David Stockman has served with See Page It A Todays Weather Temperatures should reach the mid90s today and Thursday with nights remaining Partly cloudy skies are expected CLASSIFIED CROSSWORD Mike Watson waits for rescuers you just cant make that turn to get into calm Walls said rescuers still will be needed until the water level drops because theres not enough clearance to duck and go under the so people will have to get out and walk She said that although outfitters tell their customers of the dangerous problems will remain with the private tubers who are not as well Mark manager of Gruene River next to the is one of the weekend volunteers at the Its a definite Theres not anybody down there It would be pretty nice if somebody was there Toon The waters running high enough that its difficult to get canoes and rafts through People are not really worried about the then its there and its too Toon My personal opinion is that Im See Page 12A DERYL New warning sign Edwards to begin cloud seeding By SARAH DUKE Staff writer Even though rain is the last thing most folks are hoping for these the cloudseeding project of the Edwards Underground Water District is now We cant be blamed or take credit for any of the rains in this area Edwards general manager Tom Fox joked before the district meeting The announcement that the weather modification program is operational was made at the district directors bimonthly meeting in San Though the ground is still damp from the recent Craig one of Comal Countys represen tatives to the said the cloud seeding procedure may be used later on this summer to maintain an adequate level of water in the Ed wards Comal County is not one of the counties to be included to the weather modification project Hollmig most of the recharge oj See ED Page UA   

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