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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 26, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                Vex a u It eh a i 7 More for the money Architect says county can build larger jail than planned ByJACQUELINESMITH Staff writer The architect working on plans for the new county jail thinks he can build a slightly bigger structure for about the same price outlined in the bond Commissioners which has now seen preliminary drawings of the proposed onestory had planned to build a 100inmate jail with the million bond package approved by voters on May Wednesday the court learned from Houston architect Christopher DiStephano that a 110capacity jail could be built for approximately the same Responding to questioning from Commissioner Jumbo DiStephano said he did riot anticipate that the 110bed jail would require more personnel to operate than the 100capacity Evans noted the courts concern with the state jail standard which requires one jailer per 45 Our concern is the staffing for the operation of the Because prisoners must be segregated according to classification of crime and gender as well as age in the case of the architect said its almost impossible to totally fill a A 110 capacity jail will actually give you a jail population of closer to he According to the DiStephanos preliminary the detention facility will consist of 56 singlecells with the remaining beds Included in multi occupancy which hold up to eight and dormitory which house up to a See Page 16 Salute to graduates See special section i in todays newspaper 1V New Braunfels Herald THURSDAY May 25 cents New Texas 104 36 Pages2 Sections USPS 377880 That caps it New Braunfels High senior Scott Schumann reads the backs of his eyelids during graduation while another Class of 83 member took on a more informal look than shell wear New Braunfels and Canyon students graduate while Canyon ceremonies are Friday iHih lr John N Srnlvi Adviser slain in El Salvador Seniors hope for dry graduation Theres a oneinfive chance that itll but no matter the weather graduation ceremonies will MO on as planned tonight for two local high Ceremonies will begin at 8 for New Braunfels and Smilhson Valley High Schools in their respective football In case of graduation exorcises will be moved into New Braunfels High School Cafeteria and the gym atSmithson If the ceremonies have to be moved tickets will be required for en due to limited Senior students have been issued tickets for this James cum will give the commencement address for New Braunfels High School while Valedictorian Carlon Stapper and Salutatorian Lori Anne Smith will be the speakers at Smithson Quarantine would Schumann says By DEBBIE DoLOACH Staff writer County Agent Bill Schumann thought but couldnt find one good thing to say about an impending federal quarantine of Texas cattle trade with other The threat comes from the Department of Agricultures announcement of a ban on interstate cattle effective June because Texas doesnt have adequate controls for the cattle disease Whether the ban will take place hangs on the fate of Bob Glasgows bill aimed at voiding the Probably Bob D said Wednesday when asked when the Senate would His bill has already been approved in the Brucellosis causes reduced calf crops and lower milk although it causes no danger to consumers of meat and pasteurized dairy The disease hardly exists in the western and much of the southern sections of while it has been a continuing problem in the east and southeast In Comal the quarantine would have a definite adverse effect on cattle Schumann Our outstanding area breeders would be unable to ship outside the even though they might have brucellosis See Page 16 Lake parks in limbo after policy revision BySANDRAJACKSON Stnff writer Although the Army Corps of Engineers has reversed its decison to shut down areas in 55 parks on 13 reservoirs across the areas already closed at Canyon Lake have not yet been All project lands classified for recreation under current regulations will be said Ted Fort Worth District None will be and the public will not be denied access to any of our he two areas at Canyon Lake have been closed since last and Canyon reservoir manager Phil Parsley says he has received no in structions to reopen The areas shut down last fall are what is commonly referred to as the old beach area of Cranes Mill one camping area in Canyon and the area adjacent to and including the double boat ramp in Canyon At an Austin news conference last it was stated that there will be no loss of boat launching That may affect us Parsley but right now we have two The news conference was held to announced the revised park closure SAN El Salvador i AP A gunman pumped four bullets into the head of the deputy commander of military advisers in El Salvador as he sat in his car waiting for a woman friend on a university He was the first adviser slain in this nations civil Navy Albert Schaufelberger was killed Wednesday Embassy spokesman Don Hamilton He was in charge of security for the American advisers assigned to assist theSalvadoran military in its fight against leftist In White House spokesman Uirry Speakes said the Embassy in San Salvador reported Schaufelberger was on the campus to pick up a Salvadoran a woman friend he had met from time to As she came a car pulled up and in the car fired the Speakes adding that the woman witnessed the incident from some But he We are unable to draw explicit conclusions us to the the reason and who was He said President Reagan expressed sorrow and would probably call Sehaufelbergers Schaufelberger had replaced the doubleplate bulletproof glass windows in his Malilni with or dinary glass recently because the cars air con ditioner did not work and he did not like baking said a friend who asked not to be The like most governmentowned vehicles came equipped with the special which could not be rolled Graduation exercises will be held for Canyon High School Friday at U at Cougar Stadium and will likewise be moved inside to the school gym in cast of Harold Zirkel pastor of First United Methodist Church will speak at the Canyon ceremonies and commencement addresses will be made by Valedictorian James Lovelace and Salutalorian Carolyn Sdiaufelberger is the first American adviser slain in El Another Special Forces Stanley was wounded by rebel fire while flying in u helicopter above Usulutan province in early Thomas was shot in the but his wound was not Hamilton said Sehaufelberger was killed when he went to the Central American University in a western suburb of the capital about to pick up a As he was waiting for the friend in the university parking a car pulled up behind his automobile and four shots were fired from the striking Schaufelberger in the Hamilton He said a passerby placed the officer in his car and rushed him to the Military but he was pronounced dead on Hamilton said his account was based on reports from witnesses and information gathered by other embassy A night watchman at the university gave a different The who identified himself as Roberto said the officer apparently had parked along the oneway street that runs through the After he was he drove his automobile about 20 feet before the vehicle jumped the curb and into a parked Alfaro showing an Associated Press reporter broken glass and the tire marks he said were made by the victims See Page 16 Inside plan following negotiation involving the Corps of the Attorney Generals the Texas Con servation Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Texas Boating Trades The Corps originally announced that 55 parks on 13 reservoirs in Texas would be affected by shutdowns or partial The revised plan calls for budget cutbacks at 44 Five parks originally scheduled for closing will continue in full They are Rayburn and Overlook parks at Sam Rayburn High Point Park on Proctor Mallard Park at Lake and Sycamore Bend Park at Lake John assistant attorney said that as a result of the Corps revised Ihe slate was dismissing a federal court suit which claimed the Corps has not considered the environmental impact of the park closures and had not given the public a chance to We are promised no net loss of boat launching This is of great importance to our halfmillion Texas boat said Boating Trades Association spokesman Don Todays Weather It will be partly cloudy this afternoon and Friday morning clouds will burn off to partly cloudy by the Winds will be from the south near 10 mph from the southeast at 510 mph Sunset will be at and sunrise Friday will be at Probability of late af ternoon and early evening thunderstorms today and Friday is 20 The present outlook for the Memorial Day weekend is partly cloudy and with a slight chance of late afternoon and early evening Memorial Day Holiday The HunildZuitunii will be closed Memorial so that our employees may enjoy the holiday with their We will reopen at MX Passes Ronald Reagan got what he wanted Wednesday passage of the MX missile and Texas senators John Tower and Lloyd Bentsen helped him do Soo Page Rangers Face Challenge After winning their first playoff game the Smithson Valley Rangers face an even tougher battle Saturday against the Kenedy I who boast two pitchers with several nohitlers to their credit this Datuils in Sixers tangle Fiding themselves in an unfamiliar position trailing in a playoff series the Los Angeles Lakers will attempt to square matters tonight against Game 2 of the NBA championship scries will be televised at 8 Details in TV Nurse indicted in infant death KKRRVILLE AP A licensed vocational nurse was jailed today on charges that she murdered a toddler and injured six other children when she administered injections of a powerful drug at a pediatric clinic Geneiie was named Wednesday in in dictments handed down by a Kerr County grand A Texas Ranger arrested her Wednesday night at an Eclor County Kerr County District Attorney Ron Suttoii She was being held today in the Eclor County Jail in Odessa on bonds totaling sail Sheriffs Carl Jones is charged with murder in the 17 death of Chelsea Ann who died of respiratory All seven ranging in age from a month to seven suffered severe from the muscle but only one according to the Siilton said his ninemonth investigation was hampered by Ihe unusual nature of the bizarretype crimes alleged in Ihe You try to understand why someone would Iry lo injure a he You dont expect to find thai in a medical Jones also has appeared before a San Antonio grand jury looking iut of suspicious infant deaths at the pediatric intensive care unit at Medical Center Hospital from 10711 to early She was employed at the countyoperated hospital during the period under but has denied any wrongdoing 1 didnt kill any she told reporters in March before going into Her William Chenault of San could not be reached for A woman who answered the phone al his home said he would be out of town until A subpoena had been prepared ordering Jones to appear again before grand jurors here Wed but she could not be located to serve Jones was arrested at a home belonging to a relative of a man she married Sutton According t county records in San Jones married Garron Ray on April She lived in a San Angelo mobile home park until about two weeks until she just flat a neighbor at the park told the San Angelo Standard Pagel6   

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