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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - May 30, 1990, Galveston, Texas 37th Industrial blvd pier 34 Call 7634411 serving All Galveston county so Viet Phoenix yeah in rises from ashes wins presidency of russian Republic manager Davy Johnson Lawn a Garden Center Lawn mowers soil Fern founders award House fails to override sch tit associated press Leonora Nonie Kempner Thompson mails on the Fence dred with 1990 founders award at june 8 at the outside the the Samuel May Williams Home Thompson will be Hon former Kerpner Home see Story Page 12a Austin the Texas House adjourned tuesday three Days be fore a court deadline for overhaul ing the school finance system after failing to override gov Bill Clements veto of a million re form Bill but House speaker Gib Lewis fort Worth said he expected Clements to Call lawmakers Back for a new session As soon As today if so it would be the Legislatures fourth special session on school finance and a record sixth since last years regular session ended theres a Good indication we will be Back Here tomorrow and the next Day and the next Day and the next Day and the next Lewis said tuesday we will continue to negotiate work with the governor and find out what issues that we can com Promise with Lewis said one thing i am trying to prevent and in going to try the Best i can is not allow a court master to Texas the Democrat controlled legis lature approved the Bill which i veto we will continue to negotiate work with the governor and find out what issues that we can Compromise with Houm up mkt Gib was vetoed by the Republican governor to answer a unanimous Texas supreme court order to make More Money available to poor schools if a measure is not enacted by Friday a court appointed special master will present the first draft of his own plan in pleased that they didst override my veto and were Back in business i am confident that we will reach an agreement and that Well have an excellent said Clements Clements when he Back to Sion he has said lawmakers have see House 13a shuttle launch scrubbed associated press Cape canaveral Fla Nasa scrubbed columbian launch tuesday when an apparent leak in a Hydrogen sys tem was detected As workers were pumping a Hal million Gallons of propellant into the shuttle no new Date was set immediately for launch which had been scheduled for cd tuesday engineers evaluated the problem through the night and an announcement was expected later today the shuttle is loaded with a million Observatory called Astro that will Monitor unseen radiation and provide astronomers with unprecedented views of Distant stars and galaxies Nasa spokeswoman Lisa Malone said tuesday night that the leak appeared to be in the shuttles main propulsion system or in the liquid Hydro Gen systems ground support equipment the vehicle was never in an unsafe position at any she said none of the seven Astro nauts were on Board at the time Malone said a new launch Date would be set As soon As the problem has been identified and engineers Are trouble shooting the problem at this time there going to continue their troubleshooting efforts through the night a too said about 5 percent of the liquid Hydrogen or nearly Fladoos had been pumped into the tank officials said but they fid not know How much oxygen had gone into the tank the tanks hold a maximum of gallon Gal to oxygen end in barter the countdown had a problem on one arts in Dickinson police arrest Mike Rozier shots allegedly fired from oilers truck byjoe Kirkpatrick the daily news Dickinson Houston Oiler running Back and 1983 Heisman trophy Winner Mike Rozier and a Friend were arrested by an of duty Dickinson police officer after shots were fired from their truck at tuesday Dickinson police reported the two were taken to the Gal Veston county jail after charges were filed against them in Justice of the peace William t fuhrhop precinct 6 court police officer Phil Tracy was do ing of duty Security work at Gay Pontiac when he reportedly heard three gunshots As two vehicles passed by on the Gulf freeway Tracy immediately notified the Dickinson police department that he had heard the shots and began Pursuit of the vehicles he was Able to Stop one of them a White Nissan Pathfinder at the Gulf freeway and Nasa Road 1 Brent Flowers a Friend of Roziers was driving the truck Dick Inson police it Mike Fogarty said Rozier owns the truck asleep in the Back seat of the Pathfinder was another Oiler run Ning Alonzo Highsmith Highsmith told officers he was awakened by the gunshots but had gone Back to sleep Fogarty said the three men had been to a party in la Marque officer Tracy found a 9mm Smith and Wesson semiautomatic pistol under the Back seat of the truck Rozier told Tracy he owned the gun Flowers admitted firing the gun out the window and three spent Shell casings were found inside the truck police said Tracy filed a charge of unlawfully carrying a weapon against Roz Ier and a charge of reckless con commissioners court supports Copper smelter Mike Rozier duct against Flowers no charges were filed against Highsmith Rozier and Flowers were booked into the Galveston county jail at and released within 20 minutes on personal re cognizance Galveston county jail Deputy Heffernan said see Rozier 13a by Amy Couvillon the daily news Galveston the Galveston county commissioners court on tuesday passed a Resolution urging the army corps of Engi neers to approve a permit for the Texas Copper corp Copper smelter without preparing an Environ mental Impact statement the commissioners court has conducted inquiry into the Environ mental effects of the construction and operation of such Plant Adja cent to the Waters of Galveston the Resolution stated and has been convinced that in the event that All necessary state and Federal permits Are obtained such construction and operation will have minimal Adverse Environ track group seeks delay until judges ruling is appealed by Daren Beaudo the Dally news la Marque attorneys for Lone Star greyhound Park filed motions with the Texas racing commission tuesday refusing a representative of state comptroller Bob Bullocks involvement in the May 16 meeting and asking for a delay in action until the group appeals a decision by a state District judge in the meantime the commis Sion has set a 10 meeting in Austin Friday to discuss matters relating to the Galveston county greyhound racing License Tim Herman a Austin attorney representing Lone Star said the group filed a motion May 22 with the 3rd District court of appeals for an Extension to file an Appeal on state District judge Pete Low Rys March 90 decision that effectively removed the applicants Galveston county License Herman said there was some confusion Between Lone Star Prin Ciple Elliott Maisel and groups Board of directors Over filing the Appeal to Lowry decision the Board did not want to give up the right to Appeal the judges Deci Sion Herman said Maisel could not be reached for comment tuesday the Appeal is asking for an Extension of the 30day appeals period that follows the state District judge ruling Herman said in that decision Lowry said he could not Rule on opposing parties lawsuits because the License had not been perfected by the racing commis Sion since that time the commission has said it will have new hearings see track 13a i passing Parade Happy birthday Alex Liedy Elmo Johnson Lloyd j Frances de la by f Johnson Sam Houston Mary Lynn Johnson Gregory Cotter Ira Sonny Helton Jef Frey Hopkins Byron Paul James Seldon Woods Glovannina Arcidiacono Nazarene Davis la Rev Don w Smiley James Fontenot ton Yvonne Leyva Frank Wood Row Jackson Leonard Jones Ernest James Iii and Leola Pines and Leon Bassett twins see passing 13a inside bulletin entertainment Marine to classifieds turn unwanted items into Cash position Mil w weekend using experience will rain Cali 744sell weather you ratify netted form petition muffled in Matyl area forecast today Cloudy with a 40 percent Chance of thunderstorms High in the mid80s tonight mostly cd tidy with a 20 percent Chance of thunderstorms Low in the mid 708 Galveston Bay South and Southeast wind near 15 knots today and tonight Bay Waters Choppy Beach water 81 degrees More treat for 2a mental effects on the Marine life in the Resolution which was written As a result of a request from corps of engineers col Brink Miller to county judge Ray Holbrook passed 41 with com missioner Eddie Barr voting against it i have some trouble saying in convinced of what the effects would be when in ban said he added that he supports the Plant but needs More information before he can be sure whether fur ther environmental studies Are necessary several county residents who at tended the meeting asked the com missioners to defeat the Resolution court 13a flight museum topped out by Jack Stengler the daily news Galveston the time for talk about what is to be is past and now Galveston residents can see tangible evidence that the Lone Star plight museum is coming to town said museum director James e Fausz Fausz along with City and air port officials and tourism representatives attended the Topping out of Lone stars new hangar at Scholes Field municipal Airport tuesday the hangar is being con strutted to House the aircraft owned by the museum Fausz said this is the first phase of development of the Square foot hangar the museum and other facilities we have approximately Square feet of space in the hangar see museum

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