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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 24, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels Mtw Ttxit 92 146 Zejtyng SUNDAY July 50 cents 66 Sections Massive drug raid sets county record By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A state narcotics officer called it a typical small town District Attorney Bill Schroeder called it the biggest drug raid in ComalCounty New Braunfels Police Felix Roque said it was the citys biggest Joint and an unnamed source was Its going to be hard as hell to even buy aspirin on the street after this It was the same idea said in dif ferent But the Comal County Grand Jury said it all in a special session indicting over 30 people on 47 counts of drug delivery and selling controlled substances like methamphetamlnes and As of presstime there were only four arrest warrants which had not been The indictments foUowed a 4to month investigation by undercover Department of Public Safety with local county and city officers providing backup and assistance when DPS made the All quantities were purchased from small LSD tablets to halfpounds of Roque We got dopers on the street who were and those are big names to This doesnt com pare in quantity to pounds of but it does in We made good on some people the NBPD has targeted for some DPS Narcotics Adolph Thomas These violators arent as sophisticated as youll find in Theyre typical small But this will have a big shortterm The longterm impact will frankly depend on prosecution and con more than anything contributed to the cooperative effort between state and local of It was primarily opportunity that initiated this whole Roque Everything fell into Its hard to say whether this was a ring or See Page 12A Sttft photo by John N Sfntgr DPS Adolph Sheriff Walter Fellers center and Police Chief Burney Boeck prepare for Fridays arrests Iran claims major victory Massive capture of garrison reported by Tehran Cyprus AP Iranian forces drove 11 miles into northern Iraq capturing the major Haj Omran garrison and 30 other posts and killing or wounding Iraqi the Tehran command The of fensive extended the battlefront to the Kurdish mountains bordering Tehran radio said Iranian forces were ad vancing from captured mountain peaks to liberate Iraq from the claws of President Saddam An Iraqi armed forces communique issued in Baghdad said fighting was and claimed Iranian losses amounted to well over 600 killed and a large number of In support of the ground Iraqi planes and helicopters were scoring direct and ef fective hits and inflicting massive losses on enemy personnel and said the communique broadcast by Baghdad It said an Iranian fighter plane was shot and many Iranian soldiers and civilians were Western reporters were barred from the and there was no independent con firmation of the conflicting Iraq invaded Iran 35 months ago in an attempt to capture the Iranian east coast of the Shatt al Arab estuary and succeeded in capturing a hugh swath of border But the tide of battle began turning earlier this year with a series of Iranian counteroffensives and thrusts across the Iraqi The Haj Omran 3Vj miles inside Iraq and the most important objective of the new fell to the advancing Iranian forces after a daylong said an Iranian military communique carried by Irans Islamic Republic News the overall Iranian objective ap peared to be to rid the region of Iraqisupported Kurdish rebels who have been battling the Tehran government for Another See Page 12A USPS 377880 Elderly man killed in wreck A twocar accident Saturday af ternoon left one man six people and a Converse woman charged with involuntary man Cruz of 15910 San was killed at about at the intersection of Bat Cave and Garden Ridge He was pronounced dead at the scene by Peace Precinct Doc Bond for Twila of was set by Peace Precinct Harold Krueger at The charge was involuntary man even though Department of Public Safety trooper Jon Lindley said Reynolds had not been There was the running of a stop sign so we chose to go with the third degree Krueger The Grand Jury will decide whether to lessen the charge to criminally negligent a Class A The DPS report stated Reynolds 1981 Ford was southbound on Garden but upon reaching the stop pulled out in front of Sanchez 1962 pickup eastbound on Bat The two vehicles struck left front to right ejecting Sanchez from his truck and crushing Three passengers in the Reynolds vehicle were treated for minor in juries and abrasions by Schertz Emergency Medical Service per sonnel at the accident They were Ann of San Antonio Misty of Con verse and Julie of San DEBBIE DeLOACM Fingerprints trip unknown convict with 3 names HOUSTON AP A Texas prison inmate is a convict known but to and to The serving a 10year is carried on the books under three different He is either 22 or 23 and he was born in either or in Webb or in And his name could be Willie Flores Martin Reyes Garcia or David Hes been sentenced under all three but as attorney Joe Castillo His real name may be something else According to official a Webb County native born in was arrested in 1961 in Houston and charged with unauthorized use of a motor He was sentenced to five years in prison and released 17 months In December David born in was arrested in Houston on a burglary He told his courtappointed that he grew up in attended schools there through the ninth but couldnt speak or un derstand who did grow up in argued before State District Judge Ted Poe for a probated sentence for Poe granted the but ord4red Sanchez to attend night school to learn Sanchez agreed and was The next said Sanchez was picked up by immigration authorities and deported to Mexico as an illegal Uit Willie Flores born In was arrested while driving a stolen pickup He claimed it was borrowed but police Jailed His f checked agairnt matched Uwee of Garcia and We found out he had many said David an assistant district We dont know what his real name appointed to represent GarciaSanchet said he met with a parole officer and probation officer and began comparing It was like we were dealing with 10 different I dont know what the truth the lawyer He fooled he fooled the he fooled the he fooled Castillo said that when he talked with his client it was Just like talking to someone from my He really had me Up to he beat the Castillo ad he received probation last Dtctmbtr because it was believed he had no previous And with no previous Balancing act Threeyearold Jonathan Holm hM his heed on how could be balance his stuffed frog there Jonathan played with hie favorite toy while visiting his grandparents at 687 Still waiting for Justice City districts plan juggled in Washington ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer The New Braunfels election file has been shifted to another desk at the Department of City Attorney John Chunn now says he doesnt expect a judgment until the last possible That should be six days before the citys first scheduled election under the new district The new case Elda telephoned Chunn from Washington Friday afternoon to re familiarize herself with the or maybe familiarize herself for the first said the city the lady that was working on it had a death in the Gordon said she was and she couldnt even ask her any I told her we wouldnt have the election without but that we were going ahead and preparing for the added Absentee voting opens Monday at City and will continue through Hours are from Monday through Two candidates are running for each of the two open If the Justice department approves the charter amendment voted in by New Braunfels citizens last representatives will be elected this year from Districts 1 and Opposing Mayor Pro Tern Gerald Schaefer in District 2 is Betty Lou Rushing of 101 Guada Coma of 1433 is seeking his third term on the District 1 candidates art Norman Kraft and HA Inside fotfejr sad Monday will be fair to party aari winds from the south at otlss par Tonight will be and winds at Mt Sunrise today talking Around police are looking for a poaaMi to fee death of a former Dallas maa wli jvoavction The man was found shot to ekatta with a single ballet would in his chest Us been a banker in See Peoe 18A Hipping Wither A iWey heat wave has been blamed f or many anwad the especially in the and Western Persons in tbaaf were flocking to malls and sheppinf airconditiooesT MbtiHdlng Time Ust the Houston Oilers offensive line at star nsaaing hack Earl Campbell lam HIMI a oaijracttoe suit after being ha This year the 1 BMW faces and a goal of making Page CftOMWOftD HfMCMiflOPt Park issues face City Council members Monday naul KA trt that Parks and recreation are big on Mondays City Council City council members meet at in City theyll be looking at plans for a proposed parking lot next to Unda Recreation to be financed if its approved by the Wurstfest City Manager Delaahmutt said Wurstfest had ottered some years to pay far specific improvements to city park and also to the center The association held its Gosbslfsst in that building last and hopes to do so again this The completed last call for a low wall around the lot and a busloading Council will also receives status report on the Himnaa Island Park Improvement project for which Wiirotfost also donated nr specsnc unprevemenis to pan project www WWMIMI Paved parkini on the triangular funds and a donattoa to the citys newly obtain a city pemtt spot in front af the recreation center would created recreation tain u 4A An I JKsirtv A lalP0sl UPOUn Off Wfl Avenue is reportedly and will be presented to the council on Recreational traffic congestion in the IN and Tat blocks of this narrow street was the subject of much heated discussion at the July 11 council Another controversial that of regulating wreckers within the city will be takes up as the council reads aa ordinance requiring all tew services to cesafiy vtfh cer IM vai ajsjsjv a vvewvw iee PafslU provide goad accses to the Wurstfest A study of traffic problems on Libsrty A large group of wrecker drivers in dicated to the council two weeks ago that theyd go along with such a permit but were opposed to the idea of the citys contracting with one company to do all its wrecker That idea was presented on July and died in Texas Municipal League is opposing Southwestern Bells mammoth rate hike and council members will vote on whether to contribute funds to the They will also review bids for roof repairs at the Central Fire DYANNEFNV   

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