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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 12, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Area Schertz eyes water ruling SCHERTZ See below Sports 410 M053 275 M1CROPLEX MITCH WOMBLE BOX 45436 TX 75245 KKKK Ryan tops KKKK mark K SeePageSA Music Rating the top records 1 Oakwood Baptist to Page 6A New Braunfels Herald New Texas Friday 137 July 25 Cents 22 Pages2 Sections 11 89 injured in Kuwait blast KUWAIT AP A number of suspects have been arrested in the bombing of two crowded seaside cafes in which 11 people died and 89 were a security official said Authorities halted outgoing flights at Kuwait airport and coast guard boats patrolled Kuwaits territorial waters to try to seal all exits from the Persian Gulf No one claimed responsibility for the Thursday the latest in a string of terror attacks in this oil rich nation of A number of suspects have been said the security who spoke only on condition he not be Close call Boy rescued from Comal ByDANAOVERSTREET Staff writer A 6yearold San Antonio boy who almost drowned at the citys Tube Chute Thursday evening was sitting up in bed and eating his breakfast this morning at a San Antonio A spokeswoman at Santa Rosa Childrens Hospital said Pablo Garcia was doing fine this mor ning after being rescued from the waters of the Comal River about Garcia was under water at the Tube Chute for about five said a McKenna Memorial Hospital who added that Garcias condition was stabilized there before he was transferred to San Witnesses at the scene resuscitated she On arrival here he was so they successfully resuscitated him at the A New Braunfels Fire Department spokesman said he believes the childs parents did not know Garcia was in the A passerby saw him in the pulled him and administered cardiopulminary resuscitation until the EMS Inside Water Watch The two time bombs that ripped through the cafes were 25 kilograms 55 pounds of TNT placed by terrorists on the grass under chairs along the playgrounds of the Other officials said an unspecified number of Shiite Moslem suspects had been rounded There are about Shiites in in cluding about expatriate workers from Iraq and Kuwait has been the target of terror attacks by Shiites who ap parently view it as favoring predominantly Sunni Moslem Iraq in its 5yearold war against Iran is a Persian not and is predominantly Among the dead was Khalil director of supervision and coordination at the Criminal In vestigations security officials The Interior Ministry was flooded with anonymous telephone calls reporting bombs placed at the Parliament building and other The calls turned out to be the security official The first blast occurred at the al Sharq seaside cafe in Kuwait killing eight The second occurred three minutes later at the alSaliyeh cafe in the densely populated Salmiyeh district six miles Three people were killed security officials Both cafes were crowded with families enjoying the eve of the Moslem Hospital sources said the dead included an Egyptian worker and 10 Kuwaiti Full iden tifications were not immediately Security forces sealed the areas around the two blasts and detoured civilian witnesses Police cleared a public park near the alSharq apparently for fear of more See Page 12A A nervous world Iran and Iraq have been at war for four Tiny Kuwait shares a border with Iraq and the Persian Gulf with both IRAN Strait of Hormuz ff fV Gulf of j Island Persian Gulf KUWAIT Watercoaster Rosa Lee Mills makes a rollercoaster water pattern as she waters her yard on Avenue A on a sunny day last She didnt have to worry about watering her LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG yard as rains soaked New Braunfels and Comal County SA teen in mishap A 13yearold boy died after a threewheeler accident at Awesome Texas Connections on 281 near Bulverde around Gilbert of San Antonio was pronounced dead on arrival at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San BulverdeSpring Branch EMS responded to the call and the Sheriffs Department went to the scene Sheriffs Investigator Kermit Kroesche Awesome Texas Connections rents the threewheelers and has an off road track for the cycles to run Cantu who was accompanied by his mother was riding one of the three wheelers When he hit a a witness told EMS technician Jerry The cycle reared back and went over on top of the Williams related the story he had He Cantu hit his and we found a large knot on his neck that proved to be a break when we got him to the The manager of the threewheel track was very upset when the ambulance He really needed treatment but he refused Williams I personnaly have helped with only one other accident out LILLIAN THOMAS Still looking CLASSIFIED 210B COMICS 3B CROSSWORD DEAR ABBY DEATHS ENTERTAINMENT HOROSCOPE OPINIONS Comal cfs up 23 Canyon mlow cfs down 14 Canyon 191 Edwards up Canyon Lake up Todays Weather It will be partly cloudy this SPORTS weekend with a 20 percent chance of Highs will be in the low 90s and lows in the upper 60s through the Yestersdays high was 87 WEATHER and this mornings low was JHA 1B County wants to buy land after leases fall through By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer 2A 1B 11A 4A RELIGIOUS FOCUS STOCKS 2A TV LISTINGS 10A 3A After another lease proposal fell county officials have decided to try to buy land at Canyon Lake for a satellite County Commissioner Bill George said he was recommending the county find a piece of property out at the lake to buy after negotiations with the Sattler VFW Post broke Other property for lease has been offered for Constable Fidel Tamez of Precinct 4 last week found a piece of a triangular tract where River Road intersects FM that he said the owner would be willing to offer for the terms made by the Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Department or the Sattler Its not the George They want per month The other two mentioned offered and per month rent It will save taxpayers in the long run for us to go ahead an buy some property out George The only reason we were con sidering leasing was because it was from these civic The satellite office has been an idea the county has pursued for many Presently the only office at the lake is the office of Justice of the Peace and Constable Precinct and is being rented for per The county wanted to build the facility to house a commissioner constituent meeting the sanitation a court for the constable and justice of the and possibly The county plans to use as the satellite office the temporary building that housed some jail in mates and is now vacated since the move to the new county In the land deal offered by the Sattler VFW some members came forward with an offer to the But the members felt the price wasnt right for the amount of that that would be tied We were confused about the amount of land the county was asking Post Commander Jim Bird p8ge 12A Green Valley battle over water service along 135 By SARAH DUKE finished hearing the case and the customers in the area since 1964 and Were not trying to hurnheir milli By SARAH DUKE Staff writer The battle between the city of Scherts and the Green Valley Water Corporation is over but no one knows yet who won the The over which entity is to provide water to an area along has raged since the of this year and could go on for qjwiy more The Public Utilities Commission is finished hearing the case and the decision is expected within the nest few The disputed area is in expected to see enormous growth in the Both sides maintain they are entitled to serve the Roots of the conflict go back to 1976 when the PUC was At that the commission divided the state into areas and certified either cities or private water companies with the right to provide water to an Both the city of Schertz and Green Valley were certified for the same area running along 135 for seven miles between FM 3009 to just south of the Northcliffe subdivision in cluding parts of FM FM 482 and All of this area is within Schertzs extraterritorial jurisdiction and city officials claim that Schertz has the right to expand into its Green Valley has served rural customers in the area since 1964 and company officials say they have the right to Theyve city officials let us develop the area to a certain point and come in and taken over the said David Daven Green Valleys general Schertz officials say that they arent trying to take over Green Valleys business but just want to provide city residents with Were not trying to hurt their said Schertz mayor Earl I hope that we can stay dually certified and work out there 110 people live in the disputed 14 square Green Valley is requesting the PUC to either divide the area bet ween the two entities or grant cer tification to Schertz or Green Green Valley is hoping to remain certified in the area because it has a million debt to the Farm and Home Administration and to the GuadalupeBlanco River Company officials say that if they are permitted to serve the disputed their ability to pay back the loan will be The PUC has the option to do nothing m the case and to make the two parties settle Jae problem foj Green VaiUey 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