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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 16, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HERALDZEITUNG July Discoverys launch delayed until late next week at least CAPE AP NASA said Friday it would not try to launch the space shuttle Discovery until late next week at the Officials were no closer to figuring out why a fuel gauge acted up shortly before launch time on The space agency was backing out of the countdown and has given up trying to launch Discovery anytime said spokesman Bruce Mission managers planned to meet later in the day to plot their next strat egy and settle on a target launch NASA had held out however that it might be able to take another shot at launching Discovery on Sunday or early next returning a shuttle to space for the first time since the Columbia disaster nearly years But with engineers no closer to figuring out the malfunctioning fuel the agency had no choice but to call for a lengthy if Discovery isnt flying by the end of the shuttle must remain grounded until September to ensure a daylight liftoff for good camera views a requirement for spotting any damage during Thats one of the many changes called for by the board mat investigated the 2003 Columbia NEWS DIGEST A boat makes its way across Canyon To have your event publi contact Melissa McCaghren at or by email at mmccaghrenOherald From wire reports TEXAS EL PASO SPEEDING SUV KILLS 2 CHILDREN AT BORDER CROSSING Two young Mexican children were and their mother and two sisters were hospitalized Friday after a sport utility vehicle ran over a family of street vendors while speeding toward a border cross ing into the a Customs spokesman A 19yearold man was jailed in El Paso on suspicion of driving while said Roger spokesman for Cus toms and Border Investigators said the family was walking from the interna tional bridge back to Ciudad Juarez about 3 when they were The ages of the killed children were not An 11yearold girl and her mother were taken to a Juarez and a 2year old girl was taken to an El Paso The father of the chil dren was not Authorities said the SUV didnt stop after the and the man was arrested while waiting to cross the His identity was not NATION WASHINGTON FEDERAL APPEALS COURT RULES AGAINST DETAINEE A federal appeals court put the Bush administrations mili tary commissions for terrorist suspects back on track saying a detainee at the Guantanamo Bay prison who once was Osama binLadens driver can stand A threejudge panel ruled 30 against Salim Ahmed I whose case was halted by a fed eral judge on grounds that com mission procedures were unlaw Congress authorized the mili tary commission that will try 1 said the Court of Appeals for die District of Colum bia The protections of the 1949 Geneva Convention do not apply to alQaida and its so I lamdan does not have a right to enforce its provisions in the appeals judges President Bush created the mil itary commissions after the I1 opening a legal chan nel for alleged alQaida terrorists and their associates to be tried for war WORLD Grenada HURRICANE EMILY CHURNS TOWARD JAMAICA Hurricane Emily weakened slight ly Friday as it moved through the Caribbean toward Jamaica after shattering flooding hos pitals and killing at least one per son in Emily was downgraded to a Category 3 with winds of 125 mph Friday morning after it cleared the Windward unleashing heavy gusty winds and torrential rain hun dreds of miles The National Hurricane Center in Miami projected the hurricane would move just south of Jamaica on pass the Cayman Islands and hit Mexicos Yucatan Peninsula Sunday If it continues on the same it will make landfall some time Wednesday between Tux and about a 600 mile hurricane center spokesman Frank Lepore The second major hurricane of the Atlantic season after Den Emilys winds reached 135 mph at one point making it what meteorologist Stacy Stewart called a very rare Cate gory 4 hurricane in the Caribbean Sea in the month of Car bombs target Iraqi forces in scattered areas of Baghdad Iraq AP Six car bombs targeted American and Iraqi troops across Baghdad killing as many as 20 peo and the military said two Marines had been killed the day before by a road side bomb near the Jordanian In the deadliest a suicide car bomber hit an Iraqi army base in the Shaab neighborhood of northern Bagh killing eight including civil ians and security A suicide car bomb exploded Friday evening in western Baghdad targeting a police commando killing six policemen and wounding Two Iraqi soldiers died and six were MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD ARRESTS Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Ct County arrested the following July Dustin Aaron New public Matthew Wayne New failure to Ethel Jean Spring driving while intoxi third or more John Wright motion to assault of a Fernando Francisco New motion to of between 4 and 200 grams of a controlled penalty group 1 motion to adjudi arrest or deten tion with a motor vehicle no insurance violation of prom ise to Luis Alberto New no safety Jo Ann New public Derick Emmanuel New no drivers license failure to maintain financial responsibility minor in possession of an alcoholic Cecil Wayne San failure to motion to revoke wounded when a suicide attacker deto nated a car bomb near an Iraqi patrol in Andalus Square in central Salman Abdul Karim A car bomb also exploded near a convoy in the Rustamiyah area of south eastern wounding two Ameri the military TEXAS LOTTERY I PICK 3 MEGA LOTTO Jackpot million WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot million 119222329 BB 33 MILLIONS Day Night TEXAS TWO STEP 12182434 BB 9 CASH FIVE 518202229 126 526 GRILL Breakfast Lunch Dinner Free Wireless Internet Open 6 am Daily We are located in Downtown New Braunfels 223 San Antonio Street 8306209091 Gruene Market Days July 1617 10am 5pm 100 artisans featuring handmade in Gruenes turnotthe century historic Live specialty shopping and unique 8308321721 From Exit 191 Go turn left on Hunter Koad Used Books Sotufftt SoW 625 West Son Antonio Street New Texas 78130 i thru 106 Check Hoot 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