New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 16, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas
New Braunfels Hera\d-Zeitung
Tuesday, July 16, 1985
Aborted shuttle flight rescheduled for July 29
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) -NASA has rescheduled the aborted liftoff of space shuttle Challenger to July 29 and delayed two other launches and a test firing of the engines on the newest shuttle, Atlantis.
Officials on Monday also raised the possibility of combining two late-year missions into one if the schedule gets tight.
Challenger’s launch was reset for about 3 p.m. on July 29, but National Aeronautics and Space Administration spokesman Charles Redmond said it could be two days
earlier or two days later, and will depend on a July 23 assessment of the condition of the shuttle’s three main engines.
The launch was aborted Friday when a computer detected that a valve in engine No. 2 did not close properly and ordered the engines to shut down just three seconds before seven astronauts were to have lifted off.
Because the engines fired up. they will have to be thoroughly checked and tested before a go-ahead for launch can be given. Engineers said a preliminary look found them in
The Challenger problem led shuttle managers to develop a new schedule that maintains a Discovery launch on Aug. 24. delays Atlantis’ maiden flight from Sept. 19 to late September or early October, slips another Challenger mission from Get. 30 to early November and retains a Nov. 27 Atlantis flight and a Dec. 20 Columbia trip.
Cargoes of the November and December flights could be combined into a single mid-December mission if the schedule gets tight later. NASA said.
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He died trying to rescue American A1.1.A. 5 in Vietnam while massacring hordes of subhuman communists, bloodthirsty Russians and cowardly l/.S. bureaucrats, thereby single-handedly restoring America's greatness.
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Woman’s Troubled Past Could Ease Another’s Present Pain
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DEAR ABBY: This is for “Ashamed in Amherst,” the young woman who left a good husband and two babies for a married man she thought she couldn’t live without. She soon realized she had made a terrible mistake, and messed up her life so badly she couldn’t go back. She seriously considered suicide.
Abby, this letter will be long, so you have my permission to shorten it or change it any way you wish, but I beg you to print it.
BEEN THERE IN CALIFORNIA
DEAR BEEN THERE: Your letter is long, but I’m running it just as you wrote it:
DEAR ABBY: I suppose my problem is a common one, but it doesn’t make me feel any better. You see, I’m a 25-year-old male and I’ve never been out with a woman. It s
not that I don’t like women; it’s just that I can’t seem to get up the courage to ask one out I have no trouble talking with the women at work, hut asking one of them out is a major problem
Any advice you can give me will be appreciated.
DEPRESSED IN ASTORIA
DEAR DEPRESSED: There s more than one way to communicate. Why not w rite one of the women a note inviting her to a movie, concert, dinner, sports event, museum or w hatever.
Anyone who w rites well enough to elicit a published response from Dear Abby should have no trouble getting a date with the same technique. < *o get ’cr. l iger!
DEAR ABBY: I am a registered nurse, married to a trucker. When I’m not working, I enjoy riding with
him It may be illegal to solicit over a CB, but that doesn’t stop the hookers. Truckers are besieged with offers from hookers everywhere— not only in Nevada.
Many truckers have beds built into the cab of their trucks and prefer to sleep there instead of a motel Law enforcement officials try to keep these hookers out of the parking areas. In some instances, the areas are fenced to keep the hookers out I once had a hooker knock on our truck door to offer her services
As long as there are truckers who use their services, the oldest profession in the world will continue to thrive Truckers’ wives will just have to trust their men. There are plenty of decent truckers on the road I married one.
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New contract sought with Seguin hospital
Guadalupe County Judge James E. Sagebiel will request a new contract for the Guadalupe Valley Hospital before the Seguin City Council this afternoon.
The hospital is jointly owned by the City of Seguin and and Guadalupe County.
In other business, the council will hear a progress report on a $7.9 million waste water treatment plant.
Engineers will also present a preliminary report on drainage projects.
City Attorney Steve Kosub will discuss ordinances for providing a capitol recovery fee for the extension of water and sewer services to areas that don’t have those services.
In other business, the council will discuss action to comply with the Fair Labor Standards Act. The city’s sewer contract with Oak Village North will also be discussed.
Council, POZ hold joint hearing tonight
The Cibolo City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission will hear residents speak on establishing a special overlay district at a joint public hearing tonight.
The hearing will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Cibolo City Hall, followed by a 7 p.m. City Council meeting.
Council members will consider approval of an ordinance annexing 392.416 acres of land into Cibolo’s city limits. The land is northeast of Cibolo extending to Tolle Road. It is south of FM1103 and north of Country I^ane.
In other action, the council will consider action on installation of
satellite dish antennas, and on an ordinance establishing a special overlay district.
Policy review set for Schertz City Council
The Schertz City Council will meet at 8 tonight in the city municipal offices to consider a resolution adopting a revised set of personnel
The council will also consider a rezoning request for an 11-acre tract of land on Elbel Road from multifamily dwelling to neighborhood services. This tract, across from Samuel Clemens High School, is the proposed site of a large office or retail complex.
The council will also consider awarding a bid on a vibrator roller.
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