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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 27, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Je Lake fire department eyes rescue trucks By SANDRA JACKSON Staff writer Those who are Involved In automobile accidents and car flrea In the Canyon Lake area will have more help available to them Directors of the Canyon Lake Area Volunteer Fire Department agreed at their monthly meeting Tuesday night to advertise for bids for two rescue trucks that will be outfitted specifically for those Were looking for two oneton trucks with some type of com partmentalized commercial similar to the ones used by the phone said Board President Bob After they are pur the vehicles will be outfitted by the department for their specific We will Install 300gaIlon water hose reels and and other rescue said He explained that In ad dition to the minimum amount of water to be carried on the trucks will also contain dry fire ex A phone unit will very Ukely alao be put he Directors are looking forward to the completion of paving work which Is planned at all five of the departments fire stations around the A con tract was met last month to Scheel Paving for approximately Hann anticipates that work will begin this 4 Jail shakeup Parker resigns after reprimand from Fellers PAT PARKER resigns jail post Canal Countys jail administrator resigned and was replaced In a short span Sheriff Walter Fellers said James Pat a former Sheriffs Department investigator and the jails administrator since resigned after a reprimand by the We had all that stuff going on Saturday and and I felt he Parker should have been Fellers referring to a series of major drug arrests Friday and Saturday and a jail escape He Just wasnt around he didnt show didnt the sheriff added We were uft bogged Parker handed in a written resignation to Fellers after the Fellers accepted the resignation and In John the upstairs day and Walt the chief Sumner turned down the job of jail but a veteran of the federal penal took the has been with the county since He has worked at the federal penitentiary In Leaven the federal corrections institute in and the Kansas State Hes had good experience in the federal jails and some other prison experience in the Fellers Par was Coma Countys first jail The position was created Ln 1982 by the Commissioners He wrote the jail polldes and procedures manual currently used by the county in dealing with prisoners in the Parker has been with the county since serving in the Sierlffs Department before taking the ad ministrators a native of worked In New Braunfels for two years before getting the Job as He was the maintenace foreman at the Coleman New Braunfels New Texas HepaldZeituno WEDNESDAY July 1983 25 cents 148 30 Pages Sections IUSPS 377880 Vietnam in Central America Worried about Henry WASHINGTON AP President Reagan is assuring the nation that we dont want war in Central but critics say a massive escalation of military force is increasing the risk of a combat The who hoped his news conference Tuesday night would help clear up questions about the military maneuvers his administration has planned for the Navy and up to combat also insisted he saw no comparison with There have been reports the Pentagon has recommended the administration increase the number of advisers in El Salvador beyond its selfimposed limit of Reagan said he has received no such But he added that if the number is in the United States could train the Salvadoran army fighting leftist guerrillas a little faster than were doing Reagan held out little hope that he would reverse his course of military activity in the region and said Wouldnt there perhaps be a risk if we changed our pat tern and withdrew Wouldnt we be sen ding some kind of a signal that might be the wrong kind of signal to send if we want peace in that area The 34minute news conference dealt with little but Central and Reagan opened with a statement declaring that there has been entirely too much attention paid to the military side of his program at the expense of other elements of his The responding to a question about whether the troops would defend themselves if fired said We dont want But I dont think that you prevent war by letting your personnel out there become the Moments after the president concluded his 19th nationally broadcast news con ference at the White and at least one Republican sounded critical Former Vice President Walter who is seeking the 1964 Democratic presidential said after Im more certain than ever that the current administration policy is leading us into war in Central The president had a duty to carefully define our but instead was vague and defensive and sought to declare this missive escalation as Alan Cranston of another candidate for the Democratic presidential said the Reagan policies increase the risk of American involvement in a shooting See Page 10A This structure in the Dry Comal Creek was brought to City Councils attention Community Council flunks quorum test Inside By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer The Community Council of South Central Texas couldnt muster up a quorum for its Central Board of Directors meeting Tuesday night in The gathering at the Wilson County Courthouse was a repeat performance of the agencys May meeting in Quorum calls Monday and Tuesday indicated that 15 persons would come to We need 14 for a and only 10 showed agency Executive Director Michelle Rowcroft According to the agencys half of the filled seats currently numbered at 27 composes a Numerous reasons were discussed Tuesday night for the Its summer and people are taking one board member Its too hot and people dont feel like another Before the Pleasanton the agency tried meeting at the San Antonio Chest but could never get a quorum there The last meeting with a quorum present was in March in New when Community Council expanded from five to 11 That expansion has also accounted for some of the attendance Many of those new seats have not been filled by the respective None of new counties added in March came to Floresville Tuesday Rowcroft Those include Gillespie and Original agency counties like Carnal and Frio were alao not represented Tuesday See Page 10A Todays Weather It will be sunny and hot Late night and early morning clouds Thursday will burn off to mostly sunny and hot by the Winds will be southerly at 1015 mph today and decreasing to 510 mph Sunset will be at and sunrise Thursday will be at Goose Eggs The Astros and the Rangers didnt win Tuesday In they couldnt manage a measly run between Charlie who almost nohit the last time blanked them while Yankee rookie Ray Fontenot beat the Rangers for the second straight Details la Sparta DEAR 138 A Resort owner violating neighbors say By DYANNE FRY Staff writer Bob Henry had already left the City Council chamber when residents of Creek and Bavarian drives presented their petition Monday But he more or the subject of the Twentythree counting husbands and signed their names to a claim that a neigh boring property owner is violating eight different dty And that property owner happens to be Bob who also owns the Schlitterbahn and Landa Resort on the other side of Those resorts are located on the old Comal River The petitioners fear theyll soon see another Schlitterbahn in their own subdivision along the Dry Comal City Manager Delashmutt admits that many things are legally Part of that land unlike the resort areas on the Dry Comal is zoned for light For the residents think theyve found Henry In violation of a few On Miller of 612 Bavarian took a copy of the petition to the Municipal Clerk Tinker Moerig said Wednesday morning that she was trying to get the complaints in and should have something ready to file by this af City Attorney John Chunn had suggested a court complaint at City Council Monday Youre asking us to do that asked Roy Ken nedy of 619 addressing the Were asking you U do Miller apparently decided that it couldnt and went ahead to But Moerig said no complaints had been signed as of Wednesday The petition claims that city codes are being violated at 620 Bavarian Drive and the property behind 633 and 635 Creek All this land is owned by as well as some property off on the other side of the The alleged violations include construction equipment parked on residential property presence of junked vehicles without a screening fence to block them from view fumes See Page IDA MX passes test Hart optimistic despite vote WASHINGTON AP Although his two week fight against the MX missile produced only one a leading Senate opponent claims his campaign will bear fruit when the strategic nuclear weapon faces another congressional test this 1 I think we made it easier down the road for senators and House members to move around to the opposition Gary told reporters Tuesday night after the Senate to keep MX production money in a defense authorization The 1200 billion measure later was The completed work on its own defense bill at today Ap proving it 301114 at the conclusion of a marathon That measure alao con tains MX production There are 10 to U membera in the i 11 la the Heuas who are shaky Ian rf the and can be turned around before a aeparate appropriations bill to provide the actual dollars for the weapon is brought to a probably in Hart Only a serious new commitment by President Reagan to obtain an armscontrol agreement with the Soviet Union is likely to derail that he Harts amendment to strip billion to build the first 27 of a planned 100 MX Peacekeepers from the billion defense bill attracted support from 34 Democrats and 7 Twelve Democrats Joined 46 GOP senators in the The lineup closely resembled the 5940 majority that voted to free million in MX engineering and flightteat money In with Bot ROre the only convert to Harts In a second MX vote Tuesday the Senate alao to block MX deployment while allowing production to LawUn swit ched to the The Houae had affirmed the decision to produce the 0warhead MX in a 220207 vote last although it cut the number of missiles to be built from 27 to It alao tied the MX production schedule to progress on developing a singlewarhead mlaslle that has wider congressional Those and other differences between the Senate and House versions of the defense bill will have to be worked out by conferees from the two The House passed Its defense bill after dealing with 32 mostly minor amendments In a sometimesraucous aeaaion that caused the presiding Dan D to go to his gavel often tokeep The effort was slowed by several riders that would or require advance congresaional approval plant by President Reagan to send more troops to Central The only one that succeeded would ban uas of the troops to topple the lafttaj gavaraoMAt of SEN GARY HART fails on MX Attorney charged with drunkenness in county court Comal County CourtatLaw Judge Ron Zlpp believes in accommodating outoftown but not if theyre Zipp had Austin attorney Carroll Cook arrested for public intoxication Monday when he showed up late and drunk at the CourtatLaw courtroom around Cook was released from custody at 6 or a set by Peace Justice Precinct 1 Harold We were set for 11 Monday to his clioit to enter a guilty plea on a theft The client a New Braunfels woman was Cook was Zipp We he said hed get here by and that was We try to ac commodate outoftown as much But when Cook didnt show Monday his client got Zipp and hired another Thats her and the new at torney took care of the the Judge Page MA
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