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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 5, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas MOSS MICROPLEX MITCH WOMBLE BOX 45436 TX 7524R 266 Local Garden Ridge votes to reduce taxes Water Watch Comal cfs same Cahyon inflow cfs same Canyon outflow cfs same Edwards Aquifer Canyon Lake down Area Vanflagg sentenced in drugrelated case New Braunf els Herald New Texas Thursday September 25 Cants 18 Pages2 Sections weapon to be tested WASHINGTON AP The Air Force says it has met a 15day waiting period requirement and now plans to conduct the first test of its antisatellite weapon against an object in space this Some congressmen had been told to expect a test It was apparently because of timing and not because of a warning by the Soviet Union that it would feel free to step up its own anti satellite The new test date remains a All that is known about the target is that it is an older in orbit but no longer Pentagon officials declined to discuss the ASAT test or to confirm that it had been scheduled for Under rules Set by Congress last the Defense Department must wait 15 days after the president certifies that an ASAT test is crucial to national That certification was submitted Page 10A wire causes problem AP A burned or melted wire forced American Flight 436 to make its emergency landing at Dyess Air Force Base a federal in vestigator Armond a National Transportation Safety Board in said Wednesday that the part of the engine firewarning burned or melted when hot air from the engine compartment blew across The air normally is recycled for air conditioning and pressurization of the he For some reason the air duct and hot air passed over the Edwards If the line wire is the emergency engine fire light comes Although investigators later found no evidence of any firelight game indicating problems in the engine on the right Edwards said procedures call for the engine to shut down K the light is still on after 20 the first fire bomb a fire ex tinguisher in the engine com partment If th light is still on after another 30 the pilot should kick on toe second fire If that doesnt put out the fire or at least turn off the the pilot should fUid the nearest avaMe airport to Just what they Ed wards Page WA Arrest made in It 1 By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A 48yearold New Braunfels man has been arrested in connection with a double stabbing in the citys West End Sunday His 33yearold Emeterio was listed in good condition today at McKenna Memorial Domingo of 109 was charged with aggravated assault with serious bodily injury after his arrest Wed He remained in custody today under a bond set by County CourtatLaw Judge Charles Sanchez and his 25yearold Clemente were cut in a scuffle with two Latin male suspectsabout Emeterio was stabbed in the chest and the right side of his body near his The younger Sanchez was released from McKenna Sunday following or stab wounds in the leg and New Braunfels Police Detective Mario Guerrero said the four men were He also expects to make another arrest in the case Robbery suspect killed in chase SAN ANTONIO AP A desperate flight from police ended in death for an armed robbery suspect Wednesday when his car plowed into an 18wheeler loaded with authorities JBexar County Sheriff Harlon Copeland said the accident scene Wednesday was littered with packets of a handgun and a note in a paper sack that I have a gun in my Put all the money in this bag or Ill start He said the found at the scene was mere than what was taken in the Wednesday robbery and said deputies are investigating the possibility that some of it may have been taken in a holdup the day Copeland identified the dead man as Charles of San An The truck driver Miguel of San Antonio was treated at Santa Rose Medical Center and The accident closed a halfmile section of Loop 1604 for more than The incident began about 11 at an HEB Store where a man bran dishing a pistol banded a clerk a note demanding Witnesses said the suspect drove away in a blue Officers spotted a car matching description on Loop Patrol cars chased the vehicle at speeds of more than 100 mph before it tried to pass a slowmoving truck carrying a mobile He passes sees us and then he See Page 10A City parks users fees are discussed Parkingproject City crews have been out for the past couple of days marking the parking places in the downtown Arisjeo street department operates the zone LESLIE HERALDZEITUNG marking machine on South Castell Crews will be working on Seguin Street today and traffic in the area of the work site can be 9 little Continuing its philosophy that whoever uses the parks should pay for their the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Advisory Board Tuesday night discussed users The first order of business was a report from Leonard Ehrler of Hoffpauir and Ehrler about ways to better manage the finances of a park If approved by the board and city Ehrlers firm will conduct an extensive analysis of park operation and propose ways to tighten and improve revenue The parks including is million a said Parks Director David Its similar to a big business and there are areas that can be run Whatley said Ehrlers firm would analyze everything that deals with money and would encompass the enactment of new user fees and suggestions for more complete collection of such The firm will suggest better abou management techniques to improve the Whatley Board Chairman Carl Fox said board has had a philosophy users fees for several If just like if you play you pay f it if you go you pay f he We all pay taxes a those people who dont use the facilities should not have to pay extr taxes to maintain Its Fox said the board will ag discuss the study at its next and Whatley said the revenue from more effieie operation could pay for the study users fees at Cyprea Bend Park also were on Tuesday The board talked with Moll Martin of Mollys Place and Rivers of Rockin R River Ride about imposing users fees upon rivej businesses using Cypress Bend Parj as a customer pickup We are laying the groundwor See Page Hispanic group throws support to water plan i i onA nnmo fnr rnnstruction of reservou P ft to provWf M to negoWattons on the he Bertenga to i to continue tp that approve Propositions 1 and 2 come for construction of 7 treatment plants and flood control It would create a million insurance fund to guarantee water bonds issued by cities and other political sub Proposition 2 would authorize million in bonds for towinterest IX AE ma irixif ftSS aifrwaJ i8 toaw to farmers to purchase water saving irrigation See Page WA Hi remarks cajM durtagj ms at which penmate qi to work for plans Inside Todw9 weather The forecast calls for partly cloudy skies with a 20 percent chance of rain High today and Friday wM be in the mid Low tonight will be in the mid High Wednesday was 97 and low was Sunset will be with sunrise Friday at CANYON LAKE 1 j 1 4 1 3 CLASSiRED COMICS 1
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