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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas H053 260 MITCH WOMBLE BOX Local Reimer to be sworn in as NBISD trustee See Page 2A Water Watch Gomal cfs down 8 Cahyon cfs up 3 Cahyon cfs up 2 Edwards Aquifer up Canyon Lake level up Area Sattler incorporation I boundaries change See below When Amel Kinsfather he thought he was going to get some rest seeB New Braunfels Herald Nftw Texas Sunday September 50 Cents 30 Pages2 Sections Nicaragua clash at border Nicaragua AP Suazo Cordova to prevent further repel and destroy any foreign result of pressure by the United After a day of border President Daniel Ortega called At the same he vowed on He accused neighboring Honduras The Reagan administration op Saturday for an immediate meeting national television that the people of trying to provoke intervention poses Nicaraguas leftist Sandinista with Honduran President Roberto and armed forces of Nicaragua will and said Hondurasactions were the government and has supported called who are trying to overthrow A Honduran military spokesman said in that nations that Honduran warplanes shot down a Nicaraguan helicopter Friday and strafed mortar batteries that had fired into Honduras hours Suazo Cordova called the Hon duran Congress into urgent session to consider Foreign Minister Eduardo Paz Barnica convened a meeting of the diplomatic corps seeking support for Twocar accident LESLIE People returning from the football game Friday in Seguin on who was not wearing a was treated and j Texas 46 slow down as they pass a Aaron Guerra not in Guerra was a passenger in the car above which had j the photo was sent to the McKenna Memorial Hospital for struck a vehicle pulling out from the Shamrock station without lacerations on his face that resulted when he hit the its lights police County tries new DWI program By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer County Attorney Bill Reimer has started a new sentencing option that includes more community service restitution with lower fines to try to decrease drunken Statistics from the sheriffs the Department of Public Safety and New Braunfels Police all show a decrease in driving while intoxicated arrests from 1983 through but the county attorney wants to see the numbers brought even In 19831 tried 38 So far this we have But the number Im proudest of is DWIrelated fatalities in the past three years have decreased by 50 Reimer Reimer his analysis of the numbers recently showed a leveling off of the downward John Wommack with New Braunfels Police The last few months we have seen more Its begun to inch back up Reimer decided to try a new sentencing option to get the DWIs back on a downward During plea bargaining for the past some defendants are offered an alternative of a lesser fine and between 8200 hours of community service It seems to be working Reimer Proposed Sattler incorporation boundaries will be changed By SARAH DUKE Staff writer Due o an oversight in boundaries of the proposed Sattler Village will be changed before the to exclude govern election will be held according to David an incorporation advocate and one of the organizers of Thompson said Friday that the boundaries wilj be redrawn to leave out a small portion of Army v Corps of Engineers land that had been included in the original boun There are no residents its only empty Thompson He said that the meets and bounds of the village must be changed hut nothing else will He said he hopes to have the map in order sometime this No one knew that government land was being wclucled when the original map of the proposed Sattler Village was being It sneaked up on Thompson Our attorney didnt know about it and the county didnt know Canyon Reservoir Manager Philip Parsley said land along both sides of the river just below the release point of the dam is included in the boun I dont know exactly how much land is Parsley It may be less than an To incorporate government Parsley a community must receive approval from the See Page UA Inside see Page MA Todays weather County approves precinct consolidation Suazo Cordova accused government on television late Friday of maintaining a permanent at titude of harassment against Hon duras and for that reason I have ordered the armed forces to repel with all energy that The Honduran military who asked not to be identified for security told The Associated The army still maintains a state of alert on sea and air on the border with the neighboring country and is See BORDER Page 14A Harst resignation is not linked to police probe By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A fiveyear veteran of the New Braunfels Police Department has but his departure was not associated with recent allegations of mistionduetfroni a West End Police Chief Burney Boeck said the resignation of Paul Harst had ab solutely nothing to do with Jimmy Delgado and about 50 affidavits he says he has on police misconduct over the last several head of the Progressive Human Rights has already presented several written complaints to a cityappointed committee looking at charges of police Some of the affidavits mention Harst by and all are con sidered evidence in a lawsuit against the city filed in 1981 by Delgados Harsts resignation was effective Boeck He gave per sonal family reasons as the motive behind his This resignation has absolutely nothing to do with Delgado and his socalled And any inclination toward that supposition is a serious distortion of Boeck You I lost two officers last David Reininger was here seven and Bill Whitworth This Jim Buntyn See Page 14A Jack Williamson with the probation department agreed that the program has been successful so We are trying it as a threemonth experimental program to see how it Williamson His department supervises all including those on community service Most of the defendants receive between 824 hours of community service and fine instead of the 1300 Reimer So far everyone has showed and even outoftown probationers are opting to return one as far away as to complete their community Williamson Sometimes this is just what is needed to turn someone around Comal County Commissioners Court approved consolidation of voting prectacts for November election on ftate MS to approve the nine fpfiaolidatiom that we used for the wflB Democratic runoff elections in County Clerk Rosie Boaen bury ID the emergency meeting According to Tews precwcta can he fer one election as long aj no local issues we W thf W the Depart ment of Justice omit approve any changes in voting Consolidation of the voter precincts saves the taxpayers money because each precinct requires an election judge and assistant to be Bosenbujry pointed out The cost was estimated at f 7 per vote for the county in the last state constitutional amendment election when no otter were on the Voters w precincts land 2 will vote at the American Legiw HaU voters A 20 percent chance of rain will remain in the forecast through Monday with temperatures reaching the mid90s and decreasing to the lower70s Saturdays high was 91 and the low was Sunset will be at BUSINESS 56A CLASSIFIED 715B COMICS CROSSWORD DEAR ABB Y DEATHS 2A ENTERTAINMENT 58 HOROSCOPE 48 Helmfest fun KALEIDOSCOPE 138 OPINIONS 4A SPORTS 912A WEATHER 2A Cecil Carranza of Marion tests his strength at the Marion Heymfest The event was held to mark the citys centennial and included a a a volleyball tour food and
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