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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 14, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas Texas Texas New Texas HcraldZeltuno 137 34Paaefi3fiprtirtnfc r July 14 1982 28 ctntt USPS 377880 i I invades to liberateIraq I 1 1 t By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iranian forces have invaded Iraq and captured hundreds of Iraqi soldiers in a drive to topple the regime of President Saddam Tehran radio reported The official Iranian monitored in did not elaborate on the If it would be the first time Iranian forces crossed the Iraqi border since Husseins army launched the Persian Gulf border war by invading western Iran almost two years Our Islamic army is coming to liberate Tehran radio said in an address to the Iraqi people urging them to Our forces will not lay down their arms until this infidel agent regime and all symbols of treason in Baghdad have been In a later Arabiclanguage broadcast at 4 Tehran radio claihied that hundreds of Iraqi soldiers had been captured in the offensive begun Tuesday V An Iraqi military communiquereaching London said the push was directed at Iraqs main port located about 15 miles west of the border in extreme southeast It did not say if Iranian forces crossed the The Iraqi armed forces and people will repulse and crush this new offensive of the Iranian it Tuesday Tehran radio broadcast excerpts from an Iranian military communique saying Iranian troops were advancing after crushing the first resistance put up by Iraqi forces and had crossed successfully the first bunkers of the Canadian in a dispatch from said the communique reported heavy fighting in Irans oilrich southwestern province of but did not give the precise The news agency quoted the communique as saying Iranian troops would use the liberation of Iraq as a step towards their goal of freeing Jerusalem from the claws of the criminal Israeli Khomeinis Islamic regime opposes Israels occupation of Jerusalem and does not recognize the Israeli government or its proclamation of the holy to both Moslems and as its Excerpts of the Iranian military communique monitored in London said the code named Ramadan after the Moslem fasting was to prevent further Iraqi and other lackeys and to keep at a distance the Iraqi fire from cities of the Islamic homeland The offensive was launched at Tehran time 2 EOT the communique In an earlier the Tehran government had said Iraqi troops still were in Iran despite Husseins announcement at the end of June that all his forces had Claims by either side cannot be verified because they do not allow foreign journalists to cover the fighting The government of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini has been threatening to invade Iraq for several according to press reports from the Persian The Iranians have scoffed at Husseins declaration last month of a unilateral ceasefire and have complained that Iraqi artillery continued to shell across the Iraq invaded its neighbor in September to gain full control of the ShattalArab part of the southern IranIraq border and Iraqs only shipping outlet to the Persian After losing large pieces of territory to Iran launched a tideturning offensive this None of the communiques indicated how many troops were inyqivedjn the renewed Times of London that Iran was concentrating massive forces on its borders and appeared ready to invade intelligence sources in Washington have estimated as many as Iranian troops were moved up to the An Iranian parliament Ayatollah Musavi told a news conference in that Iran may launch a major attack against Prime Minister Hossein Musavi of Iran on Tuesday rejected a Security Council resolution proposing that observers be sent to See Page 14A Freesailin Its just a surfboard with a sail but wat ching someone who knows how to pilot one is all thats needed to explain why theyre the newest Staff photo by John Senter water recreation A Canyon Lake afternoon provides a perfect backdrop for this SyringsArk Civil Defense coordinator only bidder for Jasper By HENRY KRAUSSE Staff writer The boat is painted is 42 years 16 feet squat and funny with a Chrysler engine that hasnt turned over in Herb Syring just bought it from the City of New Braunfels for 157 dollars and 52 He plans to put it on blocks in his yard and keep it as a conversation Syring really loves the beatup old It wasnt very but it had power and could carry a lot of Twentyseven firefighters once crowded its decks for a training exercise on Canyon he said They couldnt shift to one or the other but as long as they were on the it worked out he It was supposed to be a rescue but the Civil Defense crews used it mainly to recover drowning And because the city never bought a boat trailer to haul it it was useless for flood rescue work in New Braunfels the reason it was acquired in 1973 to begin We got it as a result of the 1972 We wanted a large boat for rescue Syring Through the Civil Defense Surplus Property Loan the city picked it up from the General Services Ad ministration at Fort The Corps of Army was nice enough to put it on See Page 14A Herb Syring is the new proud owner of this 1940 Staff photo by John Senter New Solms Road bridge construction to start soon By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer If the weather Solms area residents will soon have a new bridge and hopefully a dangerous traffic situation will be Within three to four if there isnt a lot of rain between now and a new Solms Road bridge will be open for Monroe Wetz Almost six months Solms residents com plained to Commissioners Court that the current Solms Road bridge was too narrow especially since it was and is still traveled heavily by cement and limestone hauling A containing the names of 270 Solms was sent in January to the The petition requested that commissioners consider widening or replacing the Residents complained that since the 20footwide bridge is the main artery used by largo trucks transporting goods from Parker General Portland and it was and is heavily They said the bridge was only wide enough for one large truck to pass at a causing traffic See Page 14A Sweet suds AAA upset with beercan packaging for candy NEW YORK AP Papa has his Now junior has Papas got Miller High Life junior has Milder Low But thats too much gusto for the American Automobile It wants Pickelob and Milder as well as Lowbrow One For and Von Schultz out of the hands and mouths of The ChugaCan sold in 2inch miniature beer cans made of are filled with brightly colored not the frothy golden The AAA has launched a campaign against the beer lookalikes in editorials sent recently to its 178 clubs for distribution through club newsletters AAA says ChugaCan fosters unhealthy attitudes toward among and they want stores to remove the Making alcohol consumption a glamorous ac tivity is something that shouldnt be says Allan national director of public relations for which has million Weve been involved in alcohol education programs for so we just felt we had to say See Page 14A Inside 3A 4A DEAR TV 8B
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