El Paso Times from El Paso, Texas on February 26, 1976 · 32
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El Paso Times from El Paso, Texas · 32

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- "V- "V ' V Page 10-C THE EL PASO TIMES. Thursday, February 26, 1976 1 tEXRS ROUNDUP flower Pianf Considered SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) City councilmen are to consider on Thursday whether to end San Antonio's participation in construction of a $1.2 billicn nuclear power m m i VI "If Duncilman Glen Hartman said he would urge a freeze omu San Antonio payments to ine aoum iexas nutiem PJject. Original $900 million cost estimates have climbed to $1.2 billion. ' ' tt l in hA acrrpArf tn htiHrf the Di ant with Houston &au nuwi"u - Lighting and Power, Central Power and Light of Corpus Christi and the city oi ausuh. $m Antonio was to pay 28 per cent of the cost in ex-i, fi. on nor font nf the pWtririf v nroduced. Councilmen Henry Cisneros and Claude Black also have questioned further San Antonio involvement in me prujeti. Gas Consultant Selected AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) A natural gas consultant, James A.iWilson of Houston, was named supervisor weanesaay of lo-Vaca Gathering Co. District Court Judge Charles Mathews appointed wile tn cnfrppd Jame Harerove in managing Lo-Vaca, jnii0vu a t which supplies natural gas to Austin, San Antonio, the Lower Colorado River Authority ana iw omer cuaiuiuc. . ' urmirn has hppn named ambassador to Australia. Wilson retired in 1974 as chairman of the board and chief execuive officer of Entex, formerly United Gas Inc. Since then he has been associated with H. Zinder Associates ta a WacViinotnn-haspri eras consulting firm. Wilson is Lo-Vaca's third court-appointed supervisor since 1973, when Mathews and the company agreed to put the company under court-appointed management. Chemical Employes Strike pnnT ARTHUR. Tex. (AP) About 500 union mem bers walked off their jobs at the Texas-U.S. Chemical Co. The strikers are members of the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers union. A federal mediator was called in to help settle the dispute, reportedly sparked by the dismissal of three A company spokesman said the plant was closed after the walkout. Fire Hits Texas Community FLOWER MOUND, Tex. (AP) Fire has swept across some 3,000 acres of grazing, timber and park land near the Denton County community of Flower Mound. .nmmnnitv ' safetv director, said Wednesday the fires started Tuesday morning and burned late into the night. ;- - .... "It's definitely arson. The way the fires started it couldn't have been anytning eise oioer.uwu ai.., Metraelis sad. The blaze destroyed one home and two vehicles. Butcher's Son Becomes Judge .ttottm tdv ( ap A butcher's son who failed the first Erade in San Angelo because he couldnt speak English is Austin s newest muiutiiioi j""6-. aii n will assume office next Monday. ,t -.a sr. iniorviow hf had to reDeat the first grade because he "didn't speak a word of English. I don't know 1. .... T rtfxi thlWII CThhitrhsnhonlorCOlleBe." - Garcia finished a four-year course at Angelo State University in three years, however, even though he worked at an auto parts nouse. i. joo ic fmm the University of Texas. Ilia low utgi v-w - t , As judge, Garcia said, he wants Spanish-speaking nt their rights in English and Spanish. He said he views the law "as a good tool to eliminate some of the inequities. CSCG SALE STARTS TODAY IIURnV! SALE EUDS III 4 DAYS! FEB. 29, 197C! : "fSL" - 7 BUSHEL FRAMINGHAM IT Jl J 6-34" wfde V IV depth 6' 0-12" high actual inside dimensions J m ?t;n-2 ctns Volume 501.53 cubic feet fp FRM1010P6 LEAF BAG Large enough for most jobs. Built to handle the 5 box Reg 9M boxlOJIOl BOX f SNAP-CUT j ANVIL PROFESSIONAL PRIMER PMIUER Heat tfeated cutlery steel ll drop forged, vinyl grips blades coated with Teflon-S with reusable belt holder. Reusable belt holder. No. I9T Ideal garden helper. No. 1 28, YOUR choice Housing Agency Halts Business AM) SPE1EADEEI .,r ac a t Th rfiroAtni. nf the flallas Housing CiW UI llBHt inn ac ap The director of the Dallas Housing XflJUUnw - Authority says the agency has been forced to curtail some of its operations because oi a aeiay in receiving wu,uuv ui CaJa.hI flings dmi nimnit cairt Wednesday the authority has not received its January nor February subsidies of $300,000 each and probably won't get tne wiarcn payment on nine. twqii coin thp ripnartment of Housing and Urban . Development (HUD) refused to send the subsidies until the budget from the Dallas autnoriiy was approveu. former POW Pilot Requalifies SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) -Capt. Terry Boyer, 37, has become the last Air Force pilot captured in Southeast Asia to requalify for flight status. Officials at Randolph Air Force Base here said Boyer of Visalia, Calif., was the 147th and last former POW pilot to requalify. "It was shaky. I was apprehensive most of the time," said Bover of his one-hour flight Tuesday in a T38 Talon jet, the standard Air Force supersonic trainer. Beyer was shot down Dec. 17, 19jiover North Vietnam while flying an F4 Phantom with Col. Kenneth Fleenor, now commander of Randolph AFB's 12th Flying Training Wing. Fleenor was the check pilot on Boyer's requalification flight. Boyer, Fleenor and fellow pilots gulped champagne after h Tupsrtav flieht. The champagne duplicated the ceremony alter a u.a- puuis last flight before he returned to this country during tne Vietnam war. " "this brings back the very same feelings I had with my first homecoming in March of 1973," Boyer said after the flight. ThP former POW was to report to Mather AFB, Calif., to complete training as a iu pilot. The T43 is a navigation trainer aircraft. I R) 0 j EACH V 7 l I.CV r - I - II I Aft I I 11 it I I II I I I I 1 . K. 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