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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                410 264 Marion Marion now has cable television See Page 2 Comal cfs down 4 Canyori cfs same cfs same Edwards Aquifer up Canyon Lake down County County sanitarian resigns position See Page 2 Dallas Cowboys soundly defeat Washington See Page 6A New Braunfels Herald Haw Texas Tuesday September 25 Cents 12 Section Guadalupe River victim is identified By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A man found floating faceup in the Guadalupe River with a bullet hole in his forehead Sunday has been identified as Gilbert Galindo of Spring The 32yearold Galindo was listed in but guarded at Medical Center Hopistal in San a spokeswoman there said Comal County Sheriffs Rudy Rubio said a small caliber bullet lodged in the back of Galindos skull was not removed in surgery Sunday after Sheriffs Investigator Dennis Koepp said authorities were unsure of Galindos identity until he wrote his name on a piece of paper for doctors His 36yearold brother is due at Medical Center sometime today to make a positive Koepp said Galindo and his brother live off Spring Branch Road about two or three miles from where Galindos body found by canoeists around He was floating faceup against a sandbar below Spechts and was wearing only green Army fatigue pants with no money or identification in He was white and Koepp His brother said the last time he saw him was about 10 when he dropped him off near Spechts Crossing to go Koepp said the investigation into the shooting is being handled as an attempted and not a suicide It looks like hes beginning to come out of it he Burglary shooting victim in satisfactory condition By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A 71yearold New Braunfels man shot Saturday at his home by a in McKenna Memorial Hospital today in satisfactory Modesto Amaro of 2524 was shot once in the right rib area by a man who forced his way inside the home around About in some food and a small caliber pistol were also taken in the New Braunfels Police Detective John Villarreal said Amaro was shot with his own gun after the suspect demanded more Amaro indicated there was and the suspect shot The the home about through the front Villarreal said Amaro and his wife told him that scared to look out and see how the mari Villarreal said he isnt sure if there were one or two because of conflicting statements from the Amaro first told police the suspect was 230240 in his early with a dark complexion and black He also had a scar on the right side of his forehead and was wearing a long gold earring in his left she told police the suspect was about 6 feet tall and weighed less than 200 She said the man had a stocking over his and was clad in only a Tshirt and a pair of SacnPac robbed at knifepoint Police are still looking for an unknown male suspect who took an undetermined amount of cash at knifepoint from the SacnPac on FM 725 around The suspect with sandycolored hair was wearing a green baseball cap and a red and blue shirt at the See Page 12 Football fan gets the bite By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Dollie Cantu thought the ex citement was over as she watched a Unicorn tailback score on a winning 95yard kickoff return in the last two minutes of Friday nights But that was before a rattlesnake gave her another brand of excitement and put her in the hospital for four Cantu and her boyfriend were near the trunk of their car when the snake bit her on top of her right The car was parked across Loop 337 from New Braunfels High The doctors said it was a rat but I never saw I just felt it Cantu said from her room Once I got inside the you could see the fang Thats when my toes started and I asked my boyfriend to take me to Andersons who is supposed to go home from the hospital works for a local der as an My foot was real swollen by the time we got They used a belt as a and got me to the They said I was real Its so late in the snake season that it didnt have a whole lot of she Cantu had loafertype shoes so the snakes fangs didnt go through any leather Does that mean shell probably wear boots to the next Unicorn home game probably Cantu But thats what everybody has suggested to School safety Audilia patrol helps Carl Schurz Elementary students cross on their way home Patrol mothers are employed by the New Braunfels Police Department and there are about 10 who help to keep area KRItWAlOT children safe during their trips to and from arp warned that since school has caution needs to be exercised in school Interim drainage ordinance approved builders protest ByDANAOVERSTREET Staff writer Following the suggestion that an imperfect plan is better than no plan at New Braunfels City Council Monday approved the first reading of an interim drainage The interim ordinance may take the place of the citys emergency ordinance approved last December the first time the city had regulations for drainage structures other than the rules set forth in the citys subdivision The ordinance will have to be approved by council two more times and Councilman Max Winkler suggested the details can be worked out and the ordinance refined before Bentsens issue finally getting attention WASHINGTON AP Lloyd Bentsen says that until talk about the trade deficit has fallen on deaf ears in Bentsen started talking about the issue six years ago when he was chairman of the Joint Economic But since Democrats credited the issue with their narrow win last month in a hardfought special congressional election targeted by the trade is in the political Now Bentsens name is on the premier trade measure pending before I took a a task force of and held bearings in South Korea and Taiwan and the Philip Hong Kong and began to see wbat what happening to the sale of American products abroad and what was developing in the way of manufactured products Bentsen I had as witnesses just sales representatives of and I had them all day long every to the extent that when I got one of the other members I dont think Ill ever take another trip with Ever since that trade has been his top said press secretary Jack Bentsens sponsored on the House side by Dan D and Richard would impose m acrosstheboard 25 percent tariff on goods from coun tries whose exports exceed imports by 55 Bentsen says if the bill does what it is supposed to force trading partners to buy more goods no tariff will ever be translated by the Democrats into was a surprise hot topic in the 1st Congressional District of Texas this The seat opened up when the Democratic Sam was appointed to a federal His nomination came from Republican Texas Phil who then endorsed a GOP candidate to replace Edd Hargett spent over million on the twice as much as Jim the Democrat he faced in an 3 But Chapman eked out a I think the trade issue was a vital factor U this said House Majority Leader Jim DFort as he celebrated Chapmans arrival in Congress last Its interesting that in the polls it hardly registered as that race said But as the issue was it went right off the Bentsen says trade will likely be an important political issue next year when Democrats hope to regain control of the his selfinterest in that occurrence he would become chairman of the Senate Finance Committee he says that isnt whats Its going to develop into a major political issue unless the ad ministration decides to develop an coordinated trade Bentsen I hope they do for the benefit of the Its a lot more important to the nation than the second Approval of the interim ordinance was in force by the Comal County Builders which asked for the repeal of the emergency The association also called for a moratorium on new ordinances until the city conducts a comprehensive study of the drainage situation in the entire New Braunfels The association previously called for a moratorium on the emergency ordinance last after builders and developers reported difficulty complying with the The drainage which wrote both also is calling See Page 12 Inside Todays Weather A 40 percent chance of rain today and tomorrow and a 30 percent chance tonight are in the Otherwise skies will be mostly cloudy with temperatures reaching the low 90s and dropping to the mid70s Setting it straight The County Attorney Bill Reimer sets the record straight on the Guadalupe kitten See PagelA Top Players Canyons Danny Hernandez and Smithson Valleys John Lozano are the Comal County offensive and defensive players of the week for the first week of the 1985 football Page CLASSIFIED 811 COMICS 78 CROSSWORD DEAR ABBY DEATHS HOROSCOPE 8 OPINIONS SPORTS STOCKS WEATHER   

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