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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 25, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas Texas I box Wot3Jbl 6 9 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Israeli bombed the Palestine Liberation Organizations West Beirut stronghold for the third day Saturday and one warplane was downed by Syrian missile ire over eastern Lebanons Bekaa Syria Mitt the two Israeli pilots bailed out of the F4 Phantom fighterbomber when it was hit and one was captured but the other was found In presidential envoy Philip Habib continued his search for ait Arab country willing to take the estimated goon one plane PLO guerrillas trapped in the Lebanese Habib met with Egyptian Foreign Minister Kamal Hassan Aly for 70 and neither side commented Egypts Middle feast News Agency quoted an official source as saying speculation that Habib was trying to persuade Egypt to provide asylum for large numbers of PLO guerrillas is absolutely of no The agency reported Aly affirmed the necessity of Israels withdrawal from Lebanon and the need for an immediate halt to the bloodshed and guaranteeing the safety of all Palestine Liberation Organization It said the Egyptians stressed the right of selfdetermination for the Palestinians and said there could be no just peace in the region without a just solution to the Palestinian Habib is to meet Sunday with Egyptian President Hosnt Mubarak and then fly to Israel confirmed the loss of the F4 and said other warplanes destroyed Syrian SAM 8 antiaircraft missile The Israel command said that the Syrians moved the sophisticated groundtoair missiles the most modern in the Soviet arsertal into the Bekaa Valley from Syria late Friday night for the first It added The State of Israel is resolute in its decision not to allow Syria to bring landtoair missiles into A Syrian missile of the older SAM6 type fired from the SyrianLebanese border brought down the Israeli Phantom jet about 5 10 three hours after three SAM8 missile batteries were the command But Israel Radio quoted political sources as saying the missile was fired from inside Syria and that Israel considered this especially serious since its planes have avoided Syrian territory and have not destroyed missile batteries in the on patrol near the Syrian was hit over the village of Barr six miles from the the command Other jets teamed up with artillery to bomb and shell the Fakhani neighborhood in west which houses the PLOs ministrative offices and the command See Page Ntw Taxis HeraldZeitung 145 M Sprtinnc SUNDAY NCMtS 145 62 Sections USPS 377880 woynded ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer The victim of a Saturday morning shooting was in San Antonio at last recovering nicely from what could easily have been a fatal said police detective Jim Buntyn v Surgeons at Methodist Hospital took a lowcaliber slug from the right forehead of Indalecio The 30yearold New Braunf els resident told police he had been shot at in the vicinity of Hackberry and west San Antonio We at said He claimed he was walking along in the street when a person or persons unknown started shooting at him with a lowcaliber One bullet struck Saenz but apparently lost some of its impact in tangential movement before it became Buntyn The slug was removed and the patient was in very good all things Saenz received emergency treatment at McKenna Memorial where he was brought by friends at apprxomately 3 The New Braunfels Emergency Medical Servicetransferredhim San Antonio for surgery later in the A motorist walked away from a burning car on FM 1863 Saturday apparently dazed after a collision with a roadside Another traveler spotted the gave the wreck victim a ride then took matters into his own hands and called the New Braunfels Fire When state and county law officers he couldnt tell them much about the abandoned cars In his concern about the hed neglected to get his passengers J vi Ive seen this happen and the whole countrysides gone said Jimmy who lives in the country off FM He was en route there from New Braunfels at ap proximately when he saw the 1974 Monte Carlo burning off the westbound side of the ap proximately five miles from Hilton said he found the who appeared to be about 19 years walking away from town on the eastbound He didnt even know where he was Hilton He See Page 12A Staff photo by Cindy Richardson Just a boy and his fishin seeing what he can Brian Sciantarelli tries his hand at one of the oldest known ways to spend a summer vacation while on the bank of the lake in Landa By HENRY KRAUSSE Staff writer Approximately 200 most from New Braunfels and mingled Friday at a backyard rally honoring John the Democratic candidate for the Texas Democrats who havent always seen eyeto eye with each other on local issues turned out in a show of unity and support for Taylor at the home of Betty Lou Rushing at 106 who will face fellow Seguin resident Edmund Kuempel in November for the right to represent Guadalupe and Kendall stressed his independence and con servative beliefs and made overtures to the districts Republican Were all Democrats were all No were Taylor corrected as he looked around the Were all good Texans who appreciate good A true conservative believes in free en terprise and fair Its not a shut but an open opportunity to all wholl produce and he told his See Page 1ZA Democrat John Taylor expresses shock at Janet Bergstroms elephant pendant No Parking signs subject of hearing By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer Monday afternoon River Road residents will once again have a chance to voice their opinions concerning no parking in their At approximately Com missioners Court has scheduled a public hearing to discuss the installment of parking signs along River Road Earlier this commissioners agreed with recommendations presented by a citizens and businessmens River Road These presented by River Road resident Joe called for no parking in hazardous at bridge dangerous where there is heavy side tight squeezes caused by cliffs and anywhere that there is no clearance to legally The committee also proposed that advisory signs be posted at the north and south entrances to River In other business com missioners will discuss proposed jail expansion plans with Fatter and the Austin architectural This discussion is set for 11 Last Phil of Fatter and presented commissioners a proposal concerning a countywide demographic During the courts regular 10 commissioners will hear an update report from Herb city county civil defense coordinator con cerning the County Firemans Commissioners will also open bids fop county road material at and will discuss road testing material for the County Roads Italy also to ignore Reagan pipeline ban ROME AP Italy followed France Saturday in flouting the Reagan administrations ban on use of undeveloped technology for the Soviet gas pipeline to Western and signed agreements will be It was the second Western European country in three days to defy President Reagans embargo on providing Americandesigned equipment to the Soviet France announced its decision In a White House Anson said there would be no immediate comment on the Italian After the French decision was an Reagan ordered the Commerce Department to study the legal questions He said any effort to enforce the sanctions by court action would await the out come of that The other European partners in the West Germany and made no formal an nouncements of their but objected to Reagans unilateral action on a matter that affects their See Page 12A Inside Down again I The Houston Astros continue seasonlong slump with 51 loss to the Louis Cardinals in Saturday The third of three in the game clinched the series for the See 12A 2A DEAR PUBLIC 2A 2A ;