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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 17, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Texas r Itch uoinMe Sparks to fly Committee to outline concerns about CISD Inside Sparks could fly when Comal In dependent School District trustees meet at with at least three people scheduled to speak out against the plight of Canyon High teacher Vlckl and concerned parents Put Nlsson and June Burr have requested a chance to address the They will address what they feel are the problems facing the district teacher anticipated loss of quality policy administrative hlrings at Inflated and alleged lack of com munication between Edgar VVlllhelm and In an advertisement ran In Sundays citing the same basic and urging CISD taxpayers to attend Tuesdays The advertisement was paid for by Concerned Paul After giving audience to Its the board will dig Into a lengthy Including reports on the Encino Park detachment appeal with the Commissioner of and summer school Discussion Hems will Involve the Comal County Appraisal and possible construction of restrooms at Smithson Valley High School stadium and dressing rooms at Mountain Valley and Canyon Middle Also up for discussion will be ap pointment of an umbrella committee for purposes of a longrange planning committee to study management tran food main demographic data and and data The board Is expected to take action on the student accident insurance program for catastrophic student extended con Iago 12 Unicorns Fall The New Braunfels Unicorns faces a must win game tonight at against Alamo as they trail 10 In their bestof three series to determine who advances in the 4A baseball The Unicorns lost 3J Monday despite a tough mound effort from Armando See Page Todays Weather Find an The National Weather Service Is predicting that It will be mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of light rain or drizzle all Temperatures may reach 80 with winds out of the Southeast 1520 mph through The chance for rain or drizzle will continue to be 20 percent tonight with cloudy skies and a high in the upper Wednesday doesnt look much better as theres a 20 percent chance of thun derstorms with a high In the low808 ahd winds out of the 1015 Sunset today will be at with tomorrow at 7 2 2 12 TV AV New LULL Braunfels New Texas HeraldZdtung 97 12 Pages TUESDAY May 25 cents USPS 377880 Judge approves Savage motion By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer State District Judge Carl Anderson ap proved an order Monday for the Attorney Generals Office to review the William Dale Savage and Jim Mattox said his office will But whether Savage will be tried again remains a legal The Fort Sam Houston private was placed on 10 years probation and fined for the death of Ruben Saucecla Sauceclas pregnant wife and their two small children were also killed by Savages yellow as they walked along Highway 81 The probated and Schroeders refusal to further prosecute Savage for the deaths of Sauceda and the set off a racial spark In the community that burned for over three Four county Jail inmates vowed to starve to death for and the Committee of Justice for Alls courthouse picketing grew into a dally Judge Anderson signed the review order without a fullblown hearing thanks to an agreement hashed out Friday afternoon between concerned Officials were eager to avoid the with talk of over people converging on Main Plaza Also part of the Friday agreement was no no no Committee member Ezequiel Cheque Torres and the group kept its At Mondays Schroeder Sjtiil the Attorney Generals review was his alternative to foreclose any further demon This community works together and the problems rising out of all this were uncalled I simple dont want this community subjected to violence or keeping law and order Is part of the responsibility of my 1 violate the law day after and I couldnt have we were having a murder trial upstairs that was being disrupted by their yells for I still consider myself right about the law on multiple Schrouder Jim Mattox Is setting a precedent that See Iage West End citizens oppose jail site Stuff pfioto ft MUCUS Rick the decision By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer Just when they thought that the jail site controversy had boon put to Commissioners Court has been presented with another This piece of signed by approximately 250 voids opposition to the proposed jail site of Water Lane and West San Antonio said Com missioner Charles Tail The majority of those signing the petition arc residents of the citys Muiul of the groups main con cerns is that theyre afraid of increased traffic San Antonlu said who felt that most of the additional traffic would be coming in from Kiver Road and Loop The only time Sun Antonio Street will be traveled will be when they law enforcement bring them prisoners into said When presented with the petition lust week by Yankee Muncl told Camarlllo that he thought the groups opposition WHS a little after the The com missioner pointed out that county officials appeared before organizations numerous times and a public hearing was held in the District Courtroom to discuss the proposed jail And at none of those meetings did opposition arise from Camarlllos petition he As to why they waited until now to complain about the countys selected jail Muncl said he did not Camarlllo was unavailable for comment by In response to the members of Commissioners Court and Sheriff Walter Fellers will hold a question and an swer session at Holy Family Church at ft SO Muncl Originally the meeting was sot for 7 but because County Judge Fred Clark has another engagement that night the lime was moved up to to allow him to at a Appraisal District decision delayed Stall phulti by Dyaiinu Fiy Glyn Goff listens to debate ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer The fate of the Comal County Appraisal District still hangs In the and probably will until next At Monday nights the board of directors heard an ad hoc committees report on Its review of the appraisal A majority of the committee members found the present operation to be so Inefficient and they felt It would be better to close the office and contract with County Tax Assessor Gloria Clennun to take over Its The board also heard a minority report from Glyn the only committee member who voted against the above recommendation and a rebuttal statement from Chief Appraiser Glenn drafted in answer to a May 0 report by committee member John Overwhelmed by directors decided to table action on the committees recom mendation until they have a chance to study the written versions of all these Director and committee chairman Charles Lewis had promised to push for a decision Monday But he yielded to board chairman Usroy Goodsons request for a and held off on a motion to accept the com mittees He did and the board to also postpone a review of Bracks1 proposed 10H4 since any other decision made Is likely lo affect the districts monetary I wish something would have been deckled one way or the said Hut 1 guess they got so much they deckled theyd butter take some time to look It One Item In Bracks1 statement should have cheered directors and committee members We have now completed all appraisal work and data entry for and are awaiting delivery of a preliminary proof the chief appraiser In the preliminary roll was ordered Monday from the data processing unit of Pickolt Hrucks reported Tuesday His staff will proofread the roll when It and as soon as were sure Its reasonably well send out the 20day notices of appralsml value In Bracks Twenty days the Appraisal Review Board can start to hold and the final roll should go out sometime in Hrucks tried for this sort of timetable In But it was late summer before the preliminary roll His sent the 20day notices without adequate lime to and the final roll wasnt certified until The delay caused hardship and hard feelings In several of the tax offices served by the appraisal Goff feels that much of this is reflected in the ad Hoc com mittees majority Its his contention that the worst Is over for Hrucks1 and that thorns no reason to throw out the baby with the bath H r u c k s o f f e r e cl s o m o clarification on John Phillips complaints about his proposed but Its not clear whether the questions have boon Hrucks said his proposed budget Includes only five easily Identified areas of Hes asked for a 10 percent raise for all and one additional employee to complete cross training something Phillips supported In his memo to the Hes estimated a 10 Increase In data processing because ad ditional storage will be needed next The appraisal service contract with Thomas Plcketl calls fora fee and Hrucks expects miscellaneous expenses to add up to more than they will this who represented the City of Garden Hlclge on the maintains that since the mammoth firstyear Job of reappraising every piece of SHU Inge l4 Former aide commits suicide after taking students hostage AP A mentally 111 man who shot and wounded a student and then held 18 students hostage in a social studies classroom before killing was a loser seeking revenge for his dismissal two weeks officials Robert whose troubled life ended a few minutes before midnight Monday after a siege that terrified students and their also been watched by the Secret Service for making threats against he Reagan his lawyer pressed In Army fatigues and Carrying a Wickes held police in this Long Island community at bay for about nine Mftny of MB student hostages became sick or faked illness to gain permission to Others were released one at a time In return for a local radio station agreeing to play song requests Including the Beatles Penny Lane and his own epistle to the described as a paranoid had been angry at East Junior High since May when he was fired as a substitute teachers aide because of a fight with Louis a 15yearold He returned Borgos first day back after a suspension for the and shot him and Stephen the school Howland was released from the hospital several hours after the Borgos was listed In stable But who vowed he was making his last carried out his suicide shooting himself In the head with his He was pronounced dead shortly before The siege began In Room 201 about with 18 student Although the students had called Wickes the big duck and often made fun of his clothes and man no one laughed at him Monday He walked into the classroom with this gun and tried to push our teacher said Angelo But before he she grabbed the phone and contacted the She saidCall the See Page J Colorful climber scales parachutes police HOUSTON AP A masked man attemptlnng to climb the glistening 71 story Allied Hank Tower slopped three floors from the unfurled the and Texas then opened a parachute and floated safely to The Identified as David Ad of landed near a downtown parking garage a few blocks Adcock ran into the garage and was arrested by four police officers who whisked him through a crowd of hundreds of spectators chanting Let him Let him whose name was not known until after his was charged late Monday with evading arrest and criminal said Kay Burkhalter of the district attorneys Bond was set at on each charge because Adcock was serving 18 months probation for a similar offense last year on the West Hurkhalter adding that details wore not Immediately Adcocks Carol of said her son leaped from Ill Capllan In Californias Yosemlte National Park last summer and promised me he would never do It Stanley said sin offered ball hoi son But he saying he WHS Adcock was the second such urban mountaineer here In less than three On March Ron a Hollywood stunt scaled the 76story Texas Commerce the tallest skyscraper west of the Mississippi Beside the wig Adcock wore a blue and white cap with a Texas flag on the front and a blue
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