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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                C di y oinHe 1 Unicorns nip Buttons Page Lockhart tops Cougars 1 OA Texas Baseball Philadelphia Houston 0 Texas New York 3 NBA Playoffs 76ers Knicks 105 Sunday Boston at Milwaukee Philadelphia at Ne Los Angeles at Portland MondaySpurs at New Braunfels HeraldZeitung New Texas 86 68 Pages Sections SUNDAY May 50 cents USPS 377880 NBISD bonds decision due Tuesday By JACQUELINE SMITH StoM writer Weve done everything we can do ltd promote and explain the bund now its up to the said New Bniunfels School referring to Tuesdays million school bond liolh polling places in the New BraunfeJs Independent School District will be open from t to 7 Those living in voting precincts 22 and 23 will vote at Scele 510 Howard Residents of voting precincts 20 mid iuadulupc County 362 will vote nt New Braunfels Middle 659 The package NBISD is presenting to voters consists of three propositions which are needed to meet current anil future needs of the officials The biggest portion of the bond package is Proposition which calls for construction of a new elementary school as well as expansion and renovation of current Of the million Proposition 1 accounts for million or If voters approve Proposition which amounts to million or percent of the total package all NBISD schools would be air Airconditioning the new elemen tary school is included in this which means that if Proposition 1 passes but Proposition does the new school will not be llendricks said Proposition 3 is the amounting to percent of the total or This portion of the package would finance a new administrative If voters approve trustees will decide either to tear down the present building and construct a new one in its place or to remodel the old high school on West Mill Both these measures would cost approximately the according to architects llendricks has Both Ilendrirks and Katie head of the committee promoting the bond are optimistic about the passage of the three propsitions Both are also expecting a good noting that the election is set for a weekday as opposed to the hist NBISD bond election which was held on a On 12 the district presented a oneissue million bond package before This which was cut back to the package now being was defeated by 158 A common excuse given by patrons for the first bond packages failure was that the public was not properly informed of what was included in the package and why the measures were District officials admitted to taking a lowkey attitude toward the February election hoping that NBISD voters would understand the rationale behind the bond This the district has done anything but keep As soon as the May 3rd date was set for the second Gordons committee was formed and fundraising and promotion According to llendricks1 early the committee would See Page 16A Motions filed tO Seek Fiesta Mexicans special prosecutor By DEBBIE DoLOACH Staff writer They kept their Attorneys for the Committee of Justice for All filed three motions asking for a special prosecutor with Court Ad ministrator Martin Alien Friday They did and weve set the hearing for May Allen Judge i Robert Pfeuffer is in Hays County the week of May If that jury trial falls we might move the hearing date only if both parties Attorneys Mack Martinez and Huben Sandoval filed three Ex Parte motions on behalf of Natividad Sauceda and the Committee of Justice for asking Pfeuffer to appoint a special The motions take to task three remaining involuntary manslaughter indictments against William Dak Sauceda is the father of Huben Sauceda who was killed along with his pregnant wife and their two small Savage was tried for the death of Sauceda and received a 10year probated sentence by a Comal County jury April A hunger strike by four Comal County Jail inmates began the night of April to protest the probated Richard Willis was released from jail on but Juan Margarito Maldonado and Gilbert remain on a liquid diet of orange soft drinks and The Committee of Justice for headed by Inside Todays Weather Expect morning cloudiness otherwise becoming partly cloudy and warm in the afternoon both today and The high temperature on both days will hit the upper 80s with a low tonight near Winds today will be out of the southeast 1015 Sunrise this morning was expected at Sunset is predicted at Mullen Beats Lebermann Just as the HetuldZcitung was going to the Associated Press reported that Austin City Councilman Htm Mullen look a slim lead early and slowly added to it through the nighl lo defeat blind businessman Unveil Saturday in a runoff election for With all 112 precincts Mullen polled or to or for Aboul 33 percent of the registered voters cast A Bush In The President Reagan was quoted today as saying that if he did decide run for reelection in he would ask George1 Bush to return as his running Calling Bush a team Heagan came another step closer to announcing for re something he has not officially done Saa Page Nuclear Debate North Americas Roman Catholic bishops put the finishing touches on a twoyearold project the final draft of a pasoral letter detailing the churchs view on the nuclear arms Sea Page DEAR 4B 4A PUBLIC WIATHER Virginia began picketing the Courthouse in support of the hunger The committee also organized a march from FJkel Park near the ac cident scene to Main Plaza April and have now spoken out for the rights of the sevenmonthold fetus Sauceda was carrying when she Each of the three motions are Allen except for the name of the deceased at the top llortenda Victoria Sauceda and Ruben Sauceda The Texas ode of Criminal Article allows for the judge to appoint an attorney pro tern whenever an attorney for the slate is disqualified to act in any case or is 3twciit from the county or or is otherwise unable to perform the duties of his The motions stated Savage was given the 10year probated and that reaction was hostile and resulted in protests and When it was announced no more prosecution would be further demonstrations occurred and us well as a hunger end result being a polarized District Attorney Bill Schroeder has adamantly refused to further prosecute but opened the door for the Attorney Generals Office to take a look at the and for Judge Pfeuffer to appoint a special The motions also stated efforts of all concerned See Page 10A Savage protest not the reason Forum here By DYANNE FRY Stuff writnr Texas biggest Hispanic veterans organization didnt come to New Braunfels this weekend to see the picket line al the To tell the members were attracted by the Tube State and regional officers of the American GI Forum spent Friday evening on their balconies al Camp casting covetous eyes at the green Comal Saturdays meeting agenda had four hours set aside for water but State Chairman Kdward Bernaldex wasnt sure he wanted to wail thai Im going to wait until everybody else goes to then go down there and try it he said with But admitted his group would probably end up talking about William Dale Savages in voluntary manslaughter his sentence and the communitys reaction to that before the weekend session was See Page 16A II IK CAUM tint FCHII old Jason Luna top photo tiios to sopaiuto a couplu of stiiiiciY nachos Friday at Fiosla Muxicana ill tho Wurstliallc grounds in Landa Cocil Moralos grills skirt steaks to rnaku lajitiis Staff iihultHi liy Hichiudson diincois from iho Zainoia Dance Company strut thoir Tho fiostii conlinuos through and tho daiico compnny will porform al 4 Difficult choices due if bond issue fails What happens if New Braunfels In dependent School District voters reject the million bond package Tuesday Hes hoping and optimistic that that wont but NBISD Hendricks addressed that Theres a possibility that the educational level will I dont like to pay taxes any more than anyone we can expect the com munity to continue to grow and for the prospects of trying to get the type of in dustry here in this we have to have a good educational system which employers look added Hen Due to crowded the district will also have to invest in more temporary buildings if the bond issue he Currently there are two temporary buildings in use at JAUH Star Primary and Seele Cost of these buildings is half of what a regular classroom Hendricks One of the three propositions listed in Tuesdays bond package is a proposal designed to alleviate some of the districts crowded Proposition which accounts for million of the calls for con struction of a new elementary school and renovations and expansion of current Proposition 2 calls for airconditioning all schools including the new school listed in Proposition This portion of the package accounts for The third proposition is for to be used either to construct a new ad ministrative building or else remodel the old high school on West Mill Street into office If this measure it will be up to school trustees to decide which alternative to Hendricks is hoping all three will but if only a portion or none of them the school board and administration will have to decide if they want to come back with a bond issue for the third The district has already had one bond election containing almost the same That bond package amounted to million and was turned down by 158 If only a portion of the package Hendricks said the district will do whatever Included among those who have worked the hardest to promote the bond See Page WA   

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