New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 15, 1983 : Front Page

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung May 15, 1983

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 15, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas , ABXQ ii /? ' CO' i r Gray places third in state — Sports, Page 6A Texas Baseball Braves 4, Astros 3 Orioles 14, Rangers 11 r HiScrai>S Spurs, Lakers square off — Sports, Page 6A JiV New stews. Braunfels Mew Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zcituno ——:-——-4/ SUNDAY May 15, 1983 50 cents Vol. 92 No. 96 66 Pages 4 Sections (USPS 377 880'Attorney General to get Savage case Bv DEBBIE D*»lO ACH Staff writer ’ It cam** clown lo the wire. but there will be no fullblown hearing Monday mor ning to decide if the ('ommlttee of Justice for MI gets it- demand for "justice The agreement In principle lo forego the hearing and to ask the Attorney General's Office to look into further prosecution of William Hale Savage, was sealed with enchiladas Friday at it local restaurant Among those present wert* attorney Ruben Sandoval. Committee members Texas Hanger Hay Marline?., Police Chief Burney Hoeck. Sheriff Walter Feller-, and District Attorney Hill Schroeder Instead Schroeder ami Sandoval will meet M*>nda\ with Judge Carl Anderson cd Waco. who Is expected to approve the order asking tin* Attorney General’s office to look lit the case Anderson replates ‘JOTth District Judge Hubert Pfeuffer. who disqualified himself from hearing the case officials were Kd Dancause, D nit eel States Prior to their seemed at a W'orklng with local Ffraln Martinez and conciliators with the Department of Justice arrival, the* situation standstill, but Committee member Kzequiel "Cheque" Torres said Friday, "Those two men were instrumental in helping us to reach an agreement Savage* vs as placed on IO ye*urs probation ane! fined sr* tug), on April t i for the* death of Ruben Sauceda Sr last OctoheT However, there* are* three* pending indictments against Savage for tin- deaths of Sauceda’s wife and two small children The four members of the* Sauceda family were killed when struck by Savage* s car as they walked along the Interstate* 35 frontage road The* < ’ommlttee of Justice* tor All began picketing the* Comal County Courthouse* April Jo. demanding "justice*" through prosecution of the* remaining In dictment# Four county jail Inmates went tm a hunger strike*, while* J* brooder stated "the* Jury has spoken.” and refuseel to prosecute* Savage* again Those In the* know anticipate*!! a crowd of l.ooo to transcend on M;ein Plaza to await the* outcome of Monday's hearing Busloads of outsiders were e*xpee*te*d, potential violence* was it very real threat, and local law enfeuvement oftlclals we*re* on edge* But by Friday atte* moon most ut the tension hied lilies! Chiel Boe*ck said Isea* SM Ne.I . Page* I I \ NBISD denies charge made by MALDEF By JACQUELIN! SMITH Staff writer Contrary to the* feelings of the* Mexican American Legal Defense* and Educational Fund the New Braunfels Independent School District d«>e*s not think its election system is discriminatory Thursday the school district flied an answer to MAI. DFF - charges in I S District Court In San Antonio denying all allegations MALOFF filed suit em April 20 In that same court charging that MUSI)’* current election system has worked to minimize minority representation * til the school hoard." In th* district - answer to MAI.DFF -charre MMSI J attorney Jack Bore hers said rn* de tie*.- that the people have be*en discriminated against lot * that tii**ie has been any schema* to prevent Mexican Americans from being el*** ted to the* board of trustees.” added Bon her s, corita* too at his law office* Friday i ‘ui i emily th** -a*v e*n trustees w hu h make* up th* NBISD bi»ard are electee) at large* bv place*-lot -lagge-ivd three veal terms Dur ing th* iii lint - la d * bool board election held April » two Mexican American candidate's ran un ut **---! til Iv I or I w o ol t he* s**v ell plat es \1 U.DF.F * ontenels that the*re has ti**e*n a pervasive atmosphere* ut discrimination fe*11 historically bv Mexican Americans In New Braunfels anti Comal County This has af tai t•*«I that segment tit the population e*ducuUonatly. economically and polltcially, according to Al ALI >F. F Representatives til the* Hispanic group said that Mexican Americans In New Braunfels attain low« t educational levels have higher tit.ip out rat**- anti low**r voter registration anti turnout rat* than the* test of the towns population Be > ait <• of the* t ompowndlng of these factor - anti •rom racially polarized voting In • I* * nom 'la lar ce* number place election v. d cm i .«■ * a    rn    n* New Braunfels    in dependent Se    ho* *    District has worked    to minimize* minority representation on the* -rhool board th.et group stated Name*! as dedemilants in the* suit are NBISD Supt til Hendrick- Margy Waldrlp. pre ident of    th*    ** h«»«»l hoard anti    the* ie-mainuij> ox trust*** B**h Self. Garland Lloyd Ceile Smit Glady- Hading Rudy Rennet and I n I fun Medford ll av an* nam*-*! a- individuals and In tht*irse e Al Al Iii I . Page 11 A Tax rate vote due Tuesday Following the t aim results til la.-t w**e*k -public hear ing trust****- of th** N**w Braunfels independent Se bes el Hist rt* t plan Tuesday lo *>t ,* '.si JU * e*nt tax rat** for th** 1M*2 sd tax ,’**at No one- iw cd up at a hearing Id**I*1 Thut Silas to discus- th** proposed tax rate, which NIBS! i Buna Maria,*! lambie (Airt!- says wilt hi lug in -lightly Ie*-- than It p**r***nt more* r e*ve*nue* than last ye*ar -MT centrale to lh* im* -M * cut figure* 57 su cents will go it*! th* district - maintenance anti operation and J Ti * eld - w ill go for bolide*! indebtedness cling Un - rate which cov cr- th** district's JU-I -1 Ii-* ai y cal is hut one of the topics It»lie considered at Tuesday - sc hotel board meeting which wll! get underway at 7 *MI I'm iii the lit*r«ar v «>l New Biaunlels High St land I rider new busine-- the board will ronalder giving th* di tm ids administration the authorization to e*x* erise* option tm land I* * la ut 11** im re I'** ri eel it i In 22 <t‘ re* tract off (lift McQueeney Road on County Line* Hoad NBISD ha - taken a SIO assi opt bm on this land on which they plan to build an elementary school Tills « la room a bool who-*- estimated < t»-t is SJ I million * not in* hiding land anil air « on* lit lolling < o.-t - w .» approved tis voters in th*- d drift sh x;, million Alay ani bond • •Ie* turn I he complot it ion < d th** new -* bool which official! ar* hoping will he* really lur th*- IMM < hoot veal w ill ease overcrowded remit Items ill the* til-tried ' • -Ic na* ii ta iv st Ii* Mils <»th**i item- to ta* considered bv th** hoard La «lav int Iud** the cit cu--lon of personnel — chich ill* hill* th* po able election of ll**w employee ic • igilatit>n retirements and leaves of absence* t int ut d)-tt let trail -lei requests, tax office ami financial reports, anti th** possible ap prov a1 ot .til adult fftucatloM resolution will a1 -ti he « onside red A non renewal hearing requested by it NBISD employee will I*** held in executive -« ion probably at th** end of Tuesday's meeting JACQUE IINE SMITH been learning indoors rn rn rem •• * la See A I* I'll AIS \| , |*„ge I I AInsideSavage viewpoints The letted- continue to come in on th** William Dale Savage* case. anti, not surprisingly, they continue to reflect a variety of different views Today, a local man and a San Antonio attorney give* their opinions on the controversial case Mailbag Pays 4ASixers Near Sweep The Philadelphia 7«ers won another on** down the #tr**tch, running away from the Milwaukee Buck# late til the conte st to win 104-96 anti take a 3-0 lead In their NUA semifinal series. Phllly can make it a sweep by taking Game 4 toduy in Milwaukee Sports, Page 6AToday's Weather It will la* cloudy today with a Iii percent chance of showers or thundershowers clouds will decrease tonight, and skies w ill he* fair on Monday Winds will in* northerly near lf) mph today BUSINESS    12A CLASSIFIED    6    ITB COMICS    5B CROSSWORD    BA DEAR ABBY    3B ENTERTAINMENT    TOA HOROSCOPE    5B KALEIDOSCOPE    I    4B OPINIONS    4A PUBLIC RECORDS    3A SPORTS    6    9A WEATHER    2A Repression in Chile Mass arrests follow protests against military regime SANTIAGO. Chile e AI'» Troops bran tushing submachine guns -**i/.ed about I ooo people in pre dawn raids Saturday anti * acted them off to soccer s tad hi ms anti police* stations in apparent retaliation for the first widespread protests against President Auguste) Pinochet's military regime* About 150 soldiers In battle dress, hacked up by an estimated IOO policemen and plain «lothes agents, surrounded two shantytowns iii southe-rn Santiago shortly after midnight I sing bullhorns, they ordered everyone* over lh** ag** of 14 to come out They surrounded tti** neighborhood befur* I iv** in them morning and ordered through loundspeakers that all men over 14 years old had to go to th** soccer field.” said a 55 year old man from one of the shantytowns, who said he* feared reprisals it he were named "Two hours later they l**t me go. lait my two till ar** sill) tieing held in* told Til** ■As.sea la 1***1 Press Witm-s.xes estimated Loon residents ol the Joao Goulart anti La Victoria districts pour***! into the .streets and were* mill* bed lo soccer Gelds for identity clanks Th»*y said some wen let go and others bused to police* stations I rom the stadiums At midday, reporters could a*** sev**ral hundred boys and men still waiting in Uie stadiums tor security agents to * heck their identity cards police* officals claimed tin* operation was a seiira h for common criminals But the* two shantytowns were* th** scene of clashes Wednesday between police and d**nionsi ratois taking part in the* first nationwide protests against the regime sin* ** it carne to (lower nearly lh y**urs ago in a coup against Marxist President Salvador Aliunde Six labor unions that organized th* Day of National Protest » ailed th** demotist r .Pions a nonviolent appeal tor dialogue between ail authoritarian regina* and * lit I* * demanding greater political freedom Responding to Ila* protests with chara* terlstlc toughness, police J-fleet two p«*ople tee death and arrested 35b others during Hie* siree! ma relies .i tie I Interior Minister Lurlque Molder*) threatened legal action against further demonstration# Pinochet then signed a decree that banned news broadcasts ami comment by Radi*) Cooperative, an ind**pendent network, saying its reporting on th** protests "treated the sensation of un artificial climate of agitation " Thousands of Chileans registered their discontent Wednesday by blowing cur horns, banging pots together inside their homes and keeping their children out of school 4 * #• Some thin (/ fishy Stat* photo />, it th’I hi Sn lh" A kindergartea* Indent at I on* Star Primary * hecks th** contents of her ne? I tidily rn the wailing an a in I amia Park It was all part ot tit* outdoor education program at til** sd xxii, where student*, tad ti th* outdoors to study what they have Monday night - meeting could be a monumental one tot directors of th** Comal County Appl.*i-aI District It will start at 7 p rn in til** district office at LMI AA Alii! There, a special committee will recommend (losing tile central appraisal office aud turning its responsibilities over to County Tax Assessor Gloria Cteiinun Me*nib**rs «et th** ut! hat committee agreed by majority vote* on May ti that Ila* present up** ration under < ‘blet Appl a user < J leon Brocks left a lot to Im desir ed ami that a conli ac t With iii** county tax off let might prove mu* Ii more e< anomic.*! Besides iii** county government the ap pm i sit I (ti -t riel does w oik tor (line* (et he I (axing entities Included are* tile* Comal and New Braunfels Independent s« bool distr!* t and the Cliv «et New Biaunlels. each of will* ii ha- min* terr dor y a* mss th** county lim* Gi\n * ioil lax assessor for Iii** last two governments, was tin* only * ommiltee member I** pill III a good word for Brocks’ operation w in* it has been built from st ratch ovei th** past Iwoand ii half year Considering that central appraisal wits a new concept I Kern three* yea is ago, * lot I I in ilks Brocks tuts done a.- well its * • hi I* I in* exp*** ted. anti that Hie bual office is operating pretty much ten a |iai with other appt atsaI districts iii other» mint a - Committee than man Charles Lewi- w ho has served on tilt* hoard of dli.'ttoi - sin*** its Inception in IM7M agrees «et ll* * I district ale having problems too Still ta- says, We* haven I (belle it- good a joie as should hav e been don* I think vc*- have lad***! til** taxpuy* i Guff. w ii* * also -it on flit- boa rd •»! tilt * « tor -holds that tta-r*- wen* stem* nil-* on* *-piton*-' iii Iii* report submitted May ll by commote* member John Phillips ol Cardin Ridge i'hlilip' report charged Ila- dr il l* I w lib overall had management of its tiles it own personnel and its cont ne cl »*rvl* **s All committee member s ex* * * pf » hill seemed to think Un* district wa- spending a lot ut money in proportion to th** work being done And Brocks' proposed budget tor I MHI is even higher than this year's $472,000 budget His Iii-t look at the new budget on Apr il I* prompt*)***! hoard chairman Leroy Cond on to se*t up an ii*/ Inn committee wit!) one repr#*s*-ntatIve from ea< Ii of tin- district sCritical voteAppraisal board may opt to 'start over' Monday Bv DYANNt t RY Stuff wnleu ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: May 15, 1983

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