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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 3, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas AnHrs Bond issue draws heavy turnout Air conditioning Proposition 2 would close these windows at Lone Star Primary Staff photo by John Sentef By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer There was an early morning rush of New Bratmfels Independent School District voters to the polls As of more than 500 votes had been cast In NBISDs million threeIssue bond according to early election But thats only a start since which opened at 7 will stay open until 7 Those living In voting precincts 22 and 23 should vote at Seele 540 Howard Residents of voting precincts 20 and Guadalupe County 362 should vote at New Braunfels Middle 659 By midmorning 204 votes had been cast at New Braunfels Middle election judge Erna Schwab Likewise business was brisk at Seele Elementary where election official Clinton Ludwig said 309 ballots had been Ludwlg attributed some of the morning rush to the fact that many working people wanted to vote before going to We had 127 votes in the first said Ludwlg who added that many of the early votes cast at Seele were from NB1SD teachers prior to their going to At the time the HeraldZeituna contacted voters were still corning in making it Impossible for her to stay away from the polling place but for a few Weve had a very good she hurriedly said in a telephone noting that she couldnt talk but just u School who are optimistic about passage of the bond presented their last public presentation Tuesday at an early morning meeting of the New Braunfels Downtown Merchants For one final time NBISD Hen drlcks outlined the districts financial needs and proposed Improvements through a visual screen Hendricks kept his presentation brief jokingly noting that Ive got a guy over here that says If I do keep It hell go out and The superlntendant explained that the districts million bond package is split up Into three propositions with the first proposal being for the construction of a new elementary school and renovation of current Proposition one amounts to or percent of the total Proposition which calls for air conditioning all schools and the new school proposed In proposition one amounts to See Page 5A New Braunfels Herald New Texas Rec Center future grim 92 87 TUESDAY 25 cents 16 Pages Sections By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Its no secret that the Landa Recreation Center was running out of and its days seemed But after the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board meeting Monday the story has gotten a bit more Parks Director Court Thleleman took part In a city team inspection of the building last and reported his fin dings to the parks My part in the inspection was recreational In I was to clarify exactly what materials In the facility were owned by the rec and what the city would acquire at the end of Thleleman His report Included an In ventory list of recreational with the Theres not much recreational equipment remaining in the building at this With the exception of weight ping pong tables and several basketballs and no other equipment Board members were sur but they hadnt heard the worst of The majority of the facilitys Interior was in an run down and unsanitary Thlelemans report Walls were In need of cleaning andor celling tiles were missing or town commodes were filled with shoes and and certain floor arejas contained structural deficien Board member Bob Hamll gave Ills peers a more detailed description of other structural There Is exposed electrical wiring that could be In the loft tumbling there are studs for a and paneling is just leaning up against the Hamll See REC Puge 5A Stall plHitti by Sontei Dog day afternoon Getting a little Sunday afternoon sun is this back seat whose owner thoughtfully left the top down for him while at Gruene The sun vanished under cloud cover but returned Tuesday to dry up streets soaked by a morning Fetus unprotected in expert says By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Its cut and plain and The Texas Penal Code does not provide for the rights of an unborn its Is an eternal University of Texas Law Professor Joseph Wither a noted authority on the rights of the said Mon We couldnt find it In our hearts to do what the Supreme Court has said we can do as u and that to protect the viable unborn child by Thats boon the goal of Wltherspoon and countless others at when the Supreme Court made Us famous ruling in Roe versus The courts ruling that an unborn person was not a served to Invalidate the Texas abortion But the court added a state could protect a viable unborn child by In a brief news conference last the Committee of Justice for All joined Wltherspoons allied with a statement supporting the rights of the un born More the group wanted to know why William Dale Savage was not indicted for the death of the sevenmonthold fetus Ruben Sauceda was carrying when she was struck and killed 30 by Savages Savage was tried for the death of Ruben Sauceda and given a 10year probated Indictments for the death of and their two small children are still pending against and are scheduled for a peek by the Attorney Generals Further prosecution against Savage will bo ruled on May 10 by District Judge Robert Professor who holds the Thomas Shclton Maxlu chair at confirmed District Attorney Bill Schrocders claim that Savage could not legally be indicted for the death of Saucedas An Individual Is defined in the Texas Penal Subdivision Subfactlon Section as a human being who has been born and Is Saucedns baby was Wlthurspoon HO there was no way Savage could have been indicted for that That Is but the professor More than half of the states In this nation have protected a viable but Texas Isntone of a viable child is defined as able to llvo outside the mothers or after 24 weoks of Wltherspoon Theviable child is addressed by a currently before the authored by What Kublaks bill clous IH add a fourth paragraph to the murder statute that would allow for the In dictment of a person who In tentionally or knowingly commits Sou Making progress Shultz hopes for troop agreement soon USPS 3778801 Downtown group backs jail bonds Now that theyve picked the site for the new county of ficials are hurriedly preparing for Saturdays million bond Monday tliu court took care of last minute election plans by appointing Charles Michaoi Mike Grist as election judge of voting precinct 20 for Saturdays And on Tuesday unbeknownst to county commissioners gained the support for the countys jail plans from a group that has in the past opposed 4 v At early morning the New Braunfels Downtown Merchants Association agreed to back the countys bond election and complimented Com mlssioners Court on its handling of the In a letter that will be hand delivered Tuesday to County Judge Fred the association went on record In support of the county bond issue for the con struction of a new jail at the Water Lane This nineacre site was picked by the court lust week over a tract off Loop 337 between Gruene Road and Hanz The downtowners not only voiced their support to the Water Lane site but they also backed the countys plans of purchasing needed property ad jacent to the Courthouse complex for future expansion of the very overcrowded current The Downtown Associations decision is in light of the courts decision that all county govern ment except the sheriffs office and a JP court remain in the downtown the letter signed by association president Chollott The association complimented Commissioners Court for Sou 5A Lebanon AP Secretary of State George Shultzsaid today he Is making lota of headway and hopes to complete by this weekend an agreement on the withdrawal of Israeli troops from My sense of It is that things are coming to a point where closure on this Is Shultz told reporters on a flight from Jerusalem to his third trip here since his peace mission began nine days Only In the last 24 hours have and Israeli officials begun to voice optimism that an agreement Is now within Shultz did not flatly predict success but obviously was encouraged by his marathon meeting with Israeli including Prime Minister Menachem on Monday and early We still have some major problems but weve made lots of headway over the last two pr three Shultz I now have a good idea of what Israel will agree Another official traveling with Shultz told reporters the secretary is bringing the latest of a proposed draft of a withdrawal for President Amln Qemayel and other jf they accept we will very to afinal After Mondays both Israeli and negotiators reported significant progress for the first time since Shultz started his peace shuttle nine days There has been no mention of Imposing a deadline on the but officials have made clear to Israeli and Lebanese negotiators that Shullz must be In Paris for a meeting May An official said Shultz has no plans to leave a negotiating team behind if an agreement Is not completed by In Lebanese Defense Minister Issam Khoury said Monday that failure of the Shultz mission could result In new fighting between Israeli and Syrian troops in in an interview with The Associated said there would be serious and dangerous consequences for Lebanon and for credibility if Shultz fails or even stumbles in his effort to arrange an Israeli withdrawal Palestine Liberation Organization chief Yasser meeting with the PLOs military council in said PLO guerrillas in Lebanons east Bekaa Valley were put on a full alert because of a I Todays Weather Today will be partly with nor therly winds at 1016 miles per hour to blow some of the steam Tonight and Wednesday will be fair and with winds shifting to the northeast at 1016 Sunset today will be at and sunrise Wednesday at Go Young Quarterback Stanford football star John Elway had made his position would not play for the Baltimore who had drafted him 1 last week in the college So the Colts did the smart thing they traded the rights to Elway to the Denver who Immediately signed him to five one year Sea Page 1 38 First aid training saves students life ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer One recreational accident this past weekend was handled without the help of the Emergency Medical The an 18yearold University of Texas suffered nothing more than a concussion and a few But his friend Kempton Holhplatz Is well awure that things might have been because Jlrnmy Nelson stopped breathing when he fell from a ropo awing over the Guadalupe 1 Just used the basics I gave him mouthtomouth resuscitation until he started breathing said the 19 yearold He had first aid training at Highland Park High School in But hes not sure he would have been able to use if this had happened a month The Interesting part J just joined this Alcoholics Anonymous If I I might have been In a worse position not known what to When Nelson hit the I was In a sane Rothplatz He Just recently came to Now where his Olen and moved Into the AA bunkhouse at 740 Seguln Just two and a half weoks Im working for a friend of my mowing lawns and stuff hard hu Nelson and some other friends wore swimming In the Guadalupe near Elliotts home at 068 Albert Sunday Nelson lost his Rothplalz as the rope swing veered back toward the He fell with his head between two I thought he was playing with me at Rothplatz But when he turned his friend Nelsons face was After his rescuer revived See
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