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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 2, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas MITCH WOMBLE BOX 45436 TX 75245 319 Fourthquarter surge fells 217 Details tn Sports S WC Scores Houston Rice 26 SMU NevadaLas Vegas 21 NBA Scores Spurs Clippers 110 Sonics Rockets 86 charged in cocaine smuggling operation SyOANASTELL Staff writer Two Cariyon Lake residents ac cused of being involved in a nationwide cocaine trafficking ring were in federal prison in lieu of million bond Saturday after being arrested Friday They are suspects in a nationwide drug trafficking ring exporting cocaine out of Peter William and Lea Beth of Route Box Canyon Lake are charged with conspiring to import and distribute and con spiring to manufacture and distribute VanFlaggs bond is set at while Jones is Comal County Sheriffs deputy Ed who called the incident the biggest thing Ive ever been con nected with in any was in strumental in leading federal in vestigators and a drug enforcement task force to the couples Mullins and a Department of Public Safety along with six agents of the San Antonio Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task got Up and met at 6 Friday and watched the house until we made sure everyone was there that we Mullins VanFlagg left the house and was driving on FM 3159 when he was arrested at We took him back to the house and arrested Lea Beth and continued to search the Mullins Law enforcement officials did find evidence that will assist in the Mullins declining to say exactly what was There was another man at the house that but Mullins said investigators dont believe he is involved in the The arrests follow a joint in vestigation by the Drug Enforcement Internal Revenue Customs Federal Bureau of and the Texas Department of Public I located those subjects about nine months ago for the Drug En forcement Mullins explaining that the couple has lived in many cities under several assumed Investigators had lost track of the two until an informant said they might be in the Canyon Lake Thats when Mullins was called in to locate their He said VanFlagg and Jones had lived in Canyon Lake 15 or 16 According to the cocaine was being smuggled by couriers from Bolivia into the United States through all This is kind of a nationwide he He wasnt just playing See Page 12A Cheer Fund Send taxd eductible con tributions to New Braunfels PO Drawer New Braunfe Help feed 200 needy families this r New Braunfels Ntw Ttxas Zeitun 233 Sunday December 50 Cents 60 Pages Freeze list being mulled WASHINGTON AP President Reagan and his Republican allies on Capitol Hill are moving closer to embracing the idea of a freeze on federal but the problem is coming up with a list of programs that would have to be left out in the cold under such a Reagan and a dozen senior aides will be back at work Monday and Tuesday on a linebyline examination of government Reagan is scheduled to discuss the budget with his Cabinet on According to sources who spoke on condition they not be quoted by the president and his advisers are working slowly to come up with a plan that will hold total spending for government programs in 1986 at its current level of about billion and achieve savings of about But under such a some like defense and Social would continue to but others would be pared or even scrapped entirely to keep total spending at the current In terest on the national expected to run at about billion in would not be Its being talked about in a generic sense and nobodys figured out yet that a aint a aint a said one So its something that is perfectly ac ceptable to talk about right The process were going through now will be to see if there is some way you can pull some numbers out of there and call it a the source As part of the White House budget director David Stockman met with House Republican leaders on Friday to lead them through a nearly threehour session similar those Reagan has participated in with his top What we were shown was a list that lays out the amount thats being spent on each of the programs that are in the said Dick What Dave Stockman is in is trying to educate those people who ultimately are going to have to make the Cheney said Stockman is forcing us to look at just exactly how dif ficult it for to get billion in savings in 1986 if you put this off limits and that off The problem with drafting a budget while seeking to cap spending See Page 12A Victory frolic DERYL CLARK HERALD 2EITUNG New Braunfels Unicorn players charge onto the Javelina Stadium field Saturday after defeating Rio Grande 27 Saturday in The victory extendeds New Braunfels football season at least another as the Unicorns meet the GregoryPortland Wildcats Friday at 8 The which will decide the Region IV champion in Class will be at Bobcat Stadium in San Bomb scare x x empties Courthouse By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Courthouse employees got an unexpected break Friday afternoon when a caller warned about a bomb in the Kathy the receptionist for the county judgess received the call at from a deepvoiced male with no particular she There is a bomb going off in the courthouse this Thank the caller Wimberley immediately called the sheriffs office and New Braunfels Fire Department who her to begin evauation while the firemen contacted the In minutes all the Courthouse the constituents of a divorce and jail prisoners were filing out of the Jatt trusties sat on the steps of the First Federal Savings mA Ism while the other prisoners wt re token to the New Fire checked all floors and allowed WSIf fWIMF8 W eveipne Pick in about hour after Emergency work An emergency crew works to remove 21 year old Alfredo Castilleja of New Braunfels from his car ifter a twocir crash at the intersection of and 3 Saturday Csstilieja was reportedly admitted to McKenrva Memorial LESLIE Hospital in stable condition with head Another man in the second car was treated and The accident occurred around 6 Inside no bomb plenty of JAM wsrs stout By county iHMnmisiifliifr on the VSWUMqr aike4 lamp maty if they 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