New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 14, 1985, Page 5

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Mexico, U.S. attorneys focus on drugs, security MEXICO QTY (AP) - U.S. Attorney General Edwin Meese III and his Mexican counterpart held a full day of talks Tuesday that focused on drug trafficking and dealt with sensitive issues such as the kidnap-murder of a U.S. narcotics agent and security of American tourists in Mexico. Meese, on his first trip to Mexico since he took office, met with Mexican Attorney General Sergio Garcia and other Mexican officials. A meeting with President Miguel de la Madrid was scheduled for Wednesday. A joint communique, released by the Garcia Ramirez’ office, said the officials discussed progress in various investigations Welders dive for leak DALLAS (AP) — A crew of specialized welders shimmied into a 30-inch water pipeline beneath the Trinity River in an attempt to halt a leak that has left about 80,000 area residents with limited water supplies. The task was to repair a leak in a Trinity River Authority water line that is draining the system of about two to three million gallons of water daily, said Henry Clark, operations manager for the authority’s northern region. “They (the repairmen) dive into the pipe. That’s why I’m glad it's them and not me,’’ said Hark. “I'm claustrophobic.” The repair operation was expected to take from six to 12 hours and residents of Bedford, Colleyville, Euless. Grapevine and northern sections of North Richland Hills were to receive only minimal water service, Clark said. He said that even after the repair is done, water conservation will be necessary for days and possibly weeks because the water system will use up much of its reserve storage during the repairs. The authority will try to close off about a 300-foot section of pipeline, making it water-free during the repair, he said But if workers are unable to flush out all the water from that pipe section, two scuba diving welders will have to dive into the pipe The repair teams will enter the pipe from a manhole on the riverbank and shimmy about TO feet into the pipeline to get to reach the leak If the welding crews are unable to fix the leak, it will have to be repaired from above ground by diverting that section of the Trmity River, Clark said, since the pipe is buried in the river bottom Horoscope Bv Stella Wilder WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14 Born today, you take an analytical approach to all things You don t jump to conclusions, you search for the facts and you build from them your premises and opinions You give your lime freely to all who come to you for help Nor will you give up on another in trouble, whatever the difficulties to be faced You are not a money-grnb-ber you do what you do for love You cannot be talked out of any course of action once you have decided upon it. whether or not another s objections are valid To see what is in store for you tomorrow. find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph Let your birthday star be your daily guide THURSDAY, AUGUST 15 LEO (July 23-Auf 22) -- See to tedious. detailed, routine chores early in the day - in order to be free to enjoy afternoon and evening with friends VIRGO (Aug 23-Sept 22) ~ You may feel isolated today Your workload is heavy and mustn t be shunted aside Personal affairs must wait LIBRA (Sept. 23-Ort 22) - Don t accept a new acquaintance into your circle of intimates without first exam ming motives, loyalty SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) A good day for relaxation, introspection Don t be afraid to sit back and watch the rest of the world go by SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22-Dec. 21)-Principles and ideals may be subject to assault today by those who can't accept liberal attitudes CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan lf) -You may expend a great deal of energy helping those around you today. But take care' Don't drain yourself AQUARIUS (Jan 20-Feb. 18) - As long as enthusiasm runs high. output will be exceptional Make every movement count' PISCES (Feb. lf-Marcb 20) - The wrong choice of a partner today could set your plans back by a matter of months Ask for professional references ARIES (March 21-April lf) - Keep goals firmly in your mind today You are making progress, though it may seem that you are merely marking time. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - A big dream forms in your mind today and will dictate your course for some time. Don't resist; opportunities abound. GEMINI (May tl-Juae 20) - Concentrate interest and energy in one area today. Spread yourself thin and you will make little headway anywhere. CANCER (Jane tl-Jsly tt) - Cynical tendencies must be controlled today. Much rests on your being able to see the food in those around you. involving narcotics traffic and related matters, including the killing of Enrique Carua rena Salazar. Camarena Salazar, a Drug Enforcement Administration agent based in Guadalajara, Mexico, and Mexican pilot Alfredo Zavala, who had worked for the DEA, were kidnapped Feb. 7. Their badly beaten bodies were found March 5 on a ranch 60 miles (95kms) southeast of the city. The communique gave no details on the discussions of the issue, which severely strained relations between the two countries. The United States expressed its displeasure over the initial pace of the investigation by intensifying searches of Mexican vehicles entering the United States. The measure backed up traffic at the border for hours, hurt trade on both sides and irritated Mexican officials. Two men reputed to be kingpins in the Mexican narcotics trade are among those charged with the murders and among at least 40 people arrested in the sweeping investigation of the case. The case also focused attention on crimes against American tourists, another subject tackled by the attorneys general. The United States has expressed concern about crimes along Mexican highways, failure to resolve the cases and inadequate safety standards at beach and other recreational areas. Mexico maintains that tourists are safe here and that the number of crimes against them is not significant in proportion to the 17 million U.S. tourists who have visited Mexico in the past five years. However, it fears that criticism abroad will diminish tourism, its largest earner of foreign exchange after oil. Meese and Garcia Ramirez also discussed cooperation between their two offices in combatting naroctics trafficking, the joint Mexico-U.S. program for eradication of marijuana and poppies and a Mexican government public information program on the problems of drug traffic and dependency, the communique said. “Both attorneys general recognized that there lias been progress in the efforts to combat the traffic of drugs and also agreed on the necessity of constantly increasing the struggle against this activity,” the communique said. It said the talks were “frank, broad and of mutual benefit.” Tuesday’s meeting was a continuation of talks the two officials held in Washington last March, when tension over the Camarena case was high. J - m I 0 C*** ll I I I I STAXX STORACi OH AWI RS 3 C010AS Sag 12 M comp u cac?e Yow Complot* Proscription Sorvlco •Compot* prMcrtpoon r*cora» avoi-aow ai your toque*. 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