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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels HetaldZeitung March More advisers possible for El Salvador WASHINGTON AP The Reagan ad ministration may expand both the number and the role of American military trainers in El Salvador to meet what one congressman calls a rapidly deteriorating military An escalation of manpower in El Salvador would be in addition to the ad ministrations request for a million in crease in military assistance this A senior American official traveling aboard President Reagans plane to California on Monday told reporters the administration has been reviewing policy toward El Salvador for the past four weeks under orders from the The who insisted on said Reagan has not yet made up his mind on what course to partly because he has been receiving conflicting advice from his subor Since March the administration has set a ceiling of 55 military trainers in El Salvador and limited their role to noncombat The current number of trainers is The administrations reassessment of the situation appears to reflect dissatisfaction with the performance of the Salvadoran military in recent Contrary to American the Salvadorans have been mounting massive sweeps of the countryside rather than frequent smallscale One theory for the Salvadoran tactics was offered Monday by Robert of the Georgetown Center for Strategic and In ternational Largescale brigade size operations are more lucrative for the he told the House Foreign Affairs They are able to skim off the top expenses for food and Small patrols mean that the pie is sliced in smaller Leiken said that cronyism and corruption is rampant in the Salvadoran which is not under present circumstances capable of winning the war or of containing the the lifting of restrictions on the trainers would permit them to be present at the brigade and provincial command thus giving them the opportunity to have more direct influence over counterinsurgency A month three American trainers were sent home after they had been involved in tactical operations against the For the past several the ad ministration has said publicly that the military situation in El Salvador has remained essentially unchanged despite an increase in guerrilla Secretary of State George Shultz altered that position somewhat on Monday when he told a Senate subcommittee that the bat tlefield situation had stagnated because of a decline in military Michael chairman of the House Foreign Affairs sub committee on interAmerican said The situation is deteriorating very The left has been able to do things militarily in the last couple of months that I dont think most people would have thought Barnes was one of a group of senators and House members who met with Reagan Monday morning to discuss the possibility of an aid The recognizing the political sensitivity of any escalation of American appears intent on consulting fully with Congress before reaching final I think there are an awful lot of questions that members of Congress are going to want to have answered before they vote for a big in crease in military assistance to El Barnes The administrations sees the additional million as a means of maintaining aid at the levels in effect last For this Congress has approved only million under a continuing The administration is weighing a variety of options for obtaining the including the possibility of transferring that amount from aid now earmarked for other According to the senior Reagans concern stems from his perception that the Soviet Union represents a major threat to the Echoing that Henry The problem is not just El It is the region we have to be con cerned The real the strategic is In a similar Shultz testified that it would be bad news for American security interests if El Salvador were to fall under SovietCuban in his testimony reaffirmed his opposition to that declaring that this would reward a violent minority which has refused the governments offer to lay down their arms and join the political process now under The Shultz should not be allowed to shoot their way into the govern He said the Salvadoran government deserves support for attempting to implement economic and political reforms in the face of a guerrilla movement that is dedicated to tearing the country CARPET CLEANING 6253477 943 WALNUT Worst dose yet of a bad winter Storms pound California By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Coastal storms clawed California and pounced on the Southeast today as March lived up to its lionlike arriving with galeforce winds and heavy rains that caused mudslides out power to thousands of The first of a pair of Pacific storms hit California late Monday and early and forecasters said the storm system could develop into the worst yet in a winter of fierce weather for the Golden Hurricaneforce winds up to 84 mph in northern California felled trees and downed power lines The areas waterlogged soaked by a week of heavy collapsed Monday onto California 101 at about 150 miles north of San and along near Stinson Beach in Marin In San at the south end of San Francisco resident Marty Olson said the wind lifted the metal roof off his carried it over his house and dropped it onto his parked My neighbor told me it looked like a flying Olson The storms winds knocked out power briefly on Monday for Pacific Gas and Electric customers in Santa Clara company spokesmen Storms in California over the weekend were blamed for five but officials reported no additional fatalities In the Southern California enclave of where high surf in late January and early February wrecked dozens of beachfront firefighters brought in sandbags Monday to supplement already in police Michael Idol The National Weather Service had warned that the storm system should not be But officials said Mondays storm didnt produce the catastrophes of earlier storms that caused some million in damages to crops and public works and left 11 people A second storm was expected to arrive early extending the heavy rains and high winds until at least until said National Weather Service forecaster Kent The rain was expected to turn into heavy snow in the Sierra where 5 feet of snow had fallen in three Fifteen feet of snow was already on the ground at near Lake as compared with just 5 feet at this time last The 20foot waves and 55 mph winds that pounded Santa Barbara kept Queen Elizabeth II from docking the royal yacht at Santa Barbara where the bad weather aborted a dredging Governors to ask Reagan to cut defense spending WASHINGTON AP Despite President Reagans Republican and Democratic leaders of the National Governors Association are supporting a resolution that demands less defense spending to help lower federal The which the nations governors were to vote on was approved by the executive committee Although the governors generally stick to state related supporters of the measure say the national economy has become the 1 issue because of its impact on their state If the resolution it will be the first time the governors have injected themselves in the overall budget Reagan told the governors at a White House meeting Monday that he shares their loathing for which are estimated at between billion and billion annually for the next five But Republican James Thompson of vice chairman of the said the president took strong issue with some of the par ticularly the defense spending be scaled He came out swinging on the matter of his defense said Scott Matheson of the Democratic chairman of the Richard presidential aide for in tergovernmental confirmed that the president stood fast on his defense program and also said he would oppose any changes in his tax The governors resolution also looks to tax increases as a way to cut budget Fiery pileup leaves 4 dead AP A cigarette tossed by a motorist may have started a fastburning grass fire that sent a smokescreen across an interstate killing four people and injuring 27 others in a chainreaction officials I knew it was going to be said Larry Battey of Crystal who said he was driving one of the first cars to be caught in the blinding smoke Monday afternoon along Interstate I told everyone to lay You could hear them piling up Witnesses said the fire started after a motorist flicked a cigarette butt into the dry according to Marion Deputy Civil Defense Director Tom Marion County Medical Investigator Keith Gauger said gasoline tanks exploded in the crashes and two couples were burned beyond recognition after being pinned in their wrecked vehicles near the 27 interchange in northern Two others injured in the crash were reported in critical condition early A pickup truck pulling a horse trailer and a tractortrailer toting lumber rode up onto stopped cars and crushed Wood spilled onto the pavement and caught Five horses were released and the terrified animals bolted down the By police said three of the horses had been recaptured Chief resistance to the governors resolution has come from newly elected Democrats who have criticized Reagans budget actions as unfair and favoring the rich over the Wisconsin Anthony a circulated a substitute resolution that was even tougher on defense spending and more critical of Reagans domestic The which Earl said had the support of five other also calls for canceling the administrations July 1 tax Thompson said he would continue to seek support for the general resolution among the 15 GOP while Matheson said he would try to fiddle with the language to try to satisfy the Democrats who occupy 34 Bob chairman of the Senate Finance and Pete chairman of the Budget Com said they agreed with what the governors were trying to I agree with them on defense Dole said at a separate meeting of the National Association of We can probably do a little better with cuts in that Domenici also said defense spending does not need to grow by the 10 percent that Reagan wants an nually over the next five fiscal The who are holding their annual midwinter want defense 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