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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 13, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                Texas Edwards election Saturday Haas running unopposed Voting polls will be open from 7 to 7 Saturday in each of the five counties of the Edwards Underground Water District f6r the districts board of directors Incumbent director Oliver Haas is running unopposed in Comal The other counties in the district holding elections Saturday include Medina and Uvalde Each voting location will include one or more county precincts and voters should check their precinct number to determine the consolidated voting according to the EUWD Following are the consolidated precincts and polling places in Comal County for the Edwards board election Election precincts Bracken Fire Precincts 14 New Braunfels High east East Loop Precincts 22 and 23 Seele Elementary 540 Howard Precincts and 7 First Methodist 572 San An Precincts Eagles 257 South See Page 14 Local man to head planning panel Robert Schlabach Robert Schlabach of New Braunfels has recently been elected 1983 president of the San Antonio Research and Planning Formed in the council has seen involvement in the San Antonio Charter bidding policies of the City Public Service cooperative purchasing of local school financing jail im and property tax ad ministration and equalization of Bexar County cities and former Comal County Tax is employed as a property tax consultant for Diamond Shamrock as well as a property tax and real estate in vestment consultant for Tom In he was awarded the distinguished Certified Member of the Institute designation by the Institute of Property and in was certified as an International Certified Public New Braunffels New Texas 92 9 Icjtung 14 Pages THURSDAY January 25 cents USPS 377880 Still more changes Rightwing pressure forces Rostow out WASHINGTON AP Arms control chief Eugene Rostows resignation under fire from President Reagan and a group of Senate conservatives climaxes a major shakeup in the disarmament agency at a time when strategy for negotiating with the Soviet Union is un dergoing close The 69yearold angered by a protracted battle with Senate hardliners over his top assistants and the way he was directing arms submitted his resignation Wednesday in a letter to It said coolly that in recent days it has become clear that the president wished to make In response to his I have tendered my who is returning to Yale law school to teach next did not call on the In an exchange of letters with he said he was leaving for the reasons which Secretary of State George Shultz has so kindly discussed Reagan said he was nominating Kenneth deputy to ambassador Jeane to take Rostows Affirming his commitment to arms con the president I have no higher priority or higher purpose than to reduce the risk and the means of Reagan said Rostow had served his and earlier administrations with distinction and has played a key role in launching our comprehensive arms reduction Senate Republican leader Howard Baker of Tennessee said he was not sur prised by Rostows He has been a distinguished public servant and private citizen and no doubt will continue to Baker Related Page 4 Two other Democrat Paul Tsongas of Massachusetts and Republican Larry Pressler of South reacted One really has to wonder how President Reagan can deal with the Soviets he cant deal with Senator said He referred to Jesse a leading critic of Rostow and the arms control agencys Last bowing to pressure from Helms and other the White House withdrew the nomination of Robert the agencys deputy director and longtime Rostow Rostow ac cused hardliners of trying to take over the agency and prevent any new agreement with the Soviets to limit nuclear He called them people who dont want any at chairman of the Seriate arms control Its a great setback for the position in arms control because looks as though we are in a state of chaos and Pressler said the arms negotiations require months of He praised Rostow as a very high quality public Two sets of negotiations are to resume in early next One concerns efforts to cuts in and Soviet strategicnuclear bombers and JThe other in volves than 600 the Soviets have targeted oh western Europe and the 572 cruise and Pershing II missiles to be deployed beginning in December and aimed at Soviet Stalemate ended Lebanon agree on agenda for talks KIRYAT Israel AP Israel and Lebanon broke a threeweek deadlock today and agreed to a proposed compromise agenda for negotiating peaceful future relations and withdrawal of foreign armies from Israeli officials The breakthrough came in the sixth round of talks among Lebanese and negotiators and followed efforts by President Reagan to break the I wish to inform you that the delegations have reached an agreement on the Foreign Ministry Spokesman Avi Pazner told reporters in this Israeli border Israeli Defense Minister Ariel Sharon said the proposal contained the main elements of Israels and Lebanons proposals for the which he said will eventually form one Israeli chief negotiator David Kimche read the clauses of the agenda to repor saying they would all be negotiated This was apparently designed to avoid giving the impression that any one issue was more important than The first item on the agenda is ter mination of the technical state of war between Israel and followed by security arrangements to keep their border Next comes a framework for mutual relations to include subjects such as an end to hostile movement of products and per The clause on troop pullbacks from Lebanon speaks of a program for com plete conditions for Israels withdrawal in the context of the with drawal of all foreign Before the compromise was Israel had insisted that the talks begin with normalization of relations between the two while Lebanon demanded that they focus on withdrawal of an estimated Syrian and Palestinian A technical state of war has existed between Israel and Lebanon since the armistice that ended the 1949 ArabIsraeli The two countries never signed a peace treaty and Lebanon is likely to oppose signing one now out of fear of angering its fellow Arab Lebanon wants the 1949 armistice to serve as a framework for future relations with while the Israelis say the armistice has been terminated by later In envoy Philip Habib sent back to the Middle East by President Reagan to speed the slow moving spent 90 minutes with Prime Minister Menachem Begin but declined to make any comment to reporters following the Israeli press reports had said Habib would bring Begin a message from Reagan urging him to break the stalemate and warning that lack of progress in the talks could mean postponement of his planned trip to Washington early this officials refused to comment on the which Israeli government spokesman Uri Porat described as ridiculous juvenile the government said no date had been set for Begins Telephone company seeks rate hike for long distance AUSTIN AP Southwestern Bell wants million more from its Texas but the company says it wont keep any of the The telephone company this week began charging million in rate hikes recently approved by the Public Utility On Southwestern Bell said it needs another million in intrastate long distance The which the company wants to put in effect in is needed to pay for an October order by the PUC changing the way telephone companies divide long distance tolls among them according to Southwestern Southwestern Bell would not keep any of the additional The entire amount would flow through to 55 independent telephone companies in the said a company news The new formula for dividing long distance See Page 14 Inside Todays Weather Today will be sunny and with mostly southerly winds blowing 510 Con siderable fog late clearing by midday Winds tonight will be light and Friday afternoon will be partly Cooperstown Bound Two more of baseballs greats Juan Marichal and Brooks Robinson were named to baseballs Hall of Fame Wed the high kicking pitcher for the San Francisco got in on his third year of considered by many to be the best fielding third baseman joined a select few to be picked in his first year of See Page Money Does Upset Us The McDonalds in downtown El Paso is no longer accepting Mexican due to the in stability of the currency on in ternational Its just one sign of the problems people with and merchants who used to accept them are having on the See Chip off the ol wood Golf isnt often thought of as a game for but dont tell Trenton Moss With his own starter set of Suill tiy Stiiitui Trenton follows his down the fairway at Landa Park Golf Disease fells dogs at shelter Dog runs at the Humane Society Animal Shelter were evacuated and disinfected Wednesday after several animals there fell victim to a Coccidio Several dogs had to be put to including two litters of young clogs are most susceptible to the Shelter manager Tina Ellis said at least 10 healthy tenants were sent to foster homes until the runs could be Weve got some of them back in here she said Thursday Everythings under It was no major according to a local veterinary is a protozoa disease found in the intestinal It causes If its caught it can be but if it gets too far theres no tur ning back on the Ellis Cats at the shelter were not affected by the Ernie president of the Humane said the dojj runs had been filled to with a large number of puppies on one which made the danger of disease Ellis believes the germ was brought in by a stray clog before she took over management of the shelter in late A veterinarian said it can be spread by fecal The staff moved the clogs out and Ellis because we didnt want to take any chances on a bunch of dogs leaving here with We disinfected the whole in she railroad ties favored by burglars Tools valued at were stolen from a tool shed at the Riedel 520 sometime between 6 Tuesday and 9 Entry into the shed was gained with a chain Several nail a staple a compressor and a hose were subsequently In other police someone may soon have a beautifully landscaped at the of the MissourKansasTexas Twenty cross stamped MKT at one were stolen between Sunday and The valued at were laying on the ground where Rock Street cross the Katy Railroad Bill division special agent of Katy the theft to New Braunfels   

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