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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 27, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Savage case decision next week By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Its been almost two weeks since the At torney Genernls Office accepted the role of decisionmaker in the saga of William Dale And an office spokesman said Friday another week could pass before lawyers decide whether Savage will be prosecuted further for killing a New Braunfels family of four last On April Savage was fined and placed on 10 years probation for the death of Ruben Sauceda As they walked along Highway Saucedas pregnant wife and their two small children were also struck and killed by Savages A monthlong protest of courthouse downtown and jail inmate hunger strikes prompted State District Judge Carl Anderson to order the Attorney Generals Office to review the Savage case on May and Jim Mattox said his office would He said the investigation would take ap proximately two All I can tell you is the lawyers havent reached a decision said Will a clerk in the Attorney Generals Public In formation They like to go over things especially with a case as important as this and they just cant be Rogers said Arthur one of three lawyers closest to Mattox in staff got the job of reviewing the Savage Once his review is Mitchell will make a recommendation to and Mattox decision will then be made That the announcement could come as early as Wednesday or as late as I just dont have any way of saying for Rogers In an attempt to contact Mitchell his secretary said He just said he was still reviewing the Back on May District Attorney Bill Schroeder I still consider myself right about the law on multiple Jim Mattox is setting a precedent that shouldnt be and to have another they will have to find Rogers said I dont think they have to find a mistake in the proceedings that already have taken because a decision will involve a new I think they Just have to make sure theres enough evidence that the guys guilty of the or that maybe there was some problem with the first Rick Savages objected to the Attorney Generals contending it placed his client in double jeopardy a constitutional protection against a person being tried twice for the same He lias also vowed to take the issue all the way to the Supreme Court if further prosecution becomes a 1V New Braunfels New Texas HeraldZeitung rt A i O 1 f fi FRIDAY May 1983 25 cents 105 20 Pages2 Sections USPS 377880 Leftists claim credit for advisers murder Getting their kicks SAN El Salvador AP A communique purporting to be from the main leftist guerrilla faction claimed responsibility for the first slaying of a military adviser in E The communique said the killing was in reprisal for the criminal intervention of Yankee But there was no confirmation of the either from rebel radio stations or other The broadcast by two private radio stations claimed that urban commandos of the Popular Liberation Forces the largest of five rebel bands fighting the killed Navy Albert Schaufeiberger III on Wednesday But copies of the communique did not carry the official FPL The groups clandestine Radio Farabundo as well as Radio the official voice of the five rebel reported the slaying without indicating who was The message claimed guerrilla com mandos recovered a a sub machine gun and a radio transmitter that belonged to the slain It also said of San was executed in reprisal for American Ambassador Dcane Hinton said Salvadoran police have begun an in vestigation and would likely receive FBI help to probe what he called the cowardly murder of who was deputy commander of military advisers in El Schaufeiberger was one of 52 American noncombat military advisers training the Salvadoran armed forces in their old civil war against leftist He also was in charge of security for the American military Before the purported claim of respon Hinton implied leftists were tu We do not have evidence that would confirm who the killers he but added You can imagine who it is in this country who have been saying venomous things and lies about the role of the military trainers and would conceivably carry out such a terrorist Schnutciberger is the ursl American adviser slain in El Salvador since the Reagan administration sent them here in In another adviser was wounded by groundfire while flying in i helicopter over Usulutan On witnesses of the slaying at the Central American University campus in San Salvador said four gunmen acting with the cool manner of professional killers murdered Schaufeiberger as he alone waited in his car for a woman Consuelo manager uf a faculty The shooting occurred after dark and the street was crowded with students leaving classes and other Tile killers acted with shocking calm and gave the impression of great witness Four men in civilian clothing pulled alongside Schaufelbergers green Chevrolet a government vehicle in which he had replaced the bulletproof glass windows with ordinary glass recently because the air conditioner did not One of them aimed a revolver through an open window and lired four Three Magnum explosive struck the Nwy officer in the According to one of the assassins told the gunman to finish him See Page 12A MoPac crossing to be open this weekend Those orange and white barricades across Walnut Avenue are gone for the Memorial Day Like many other the Missouri Pacific repair crew will be taking Monday The section between Landa Street and the Dry Comal Creek bridge was closed off most of this as crews began muchneeded repairs on the railroad crossing Daytime traffic has been rerouted at Landa Street to the and Mill to the The barriers will go back up on and railroad workers hope to finish the job sometime said Fred city director of public It all depends on the rail They can stop the cars from going but the workers cant reroute the Every time one comes they have to back off the said Theyre doing the best they Inside Todays Weather It will be partly cloudy and warm through the holiday with widely scattered afternoon and evening Winds will be southeasterly at 510 inph Sunset will be at and sunrise Saturday will bo a Hi 32 Memorial Day Holiday Just another be closed Memorial so that our employees may enjoy the holiday with their Railroad Blues The Legislature wont budge on his plan to hike teacher so Mark White has come up with an interesting idea hold the Railroad Commission See Pago Sixers Take Charge The Lakers went for the Thursday night in They didnt get and there were no ex cuses this The Sixers defense held Los Angeles off down the as Philadelphia Details in CLASSIFIED COMICS CROSSWORD DEAR ENTERTAINMEN1 RELIGIOUS FOCUS SPORTS STOCKS TV 2 8B 10A 10A 2A 9A 2A 4A 11A 67A 12A 10A 2A You could say Seolo School students jot i kick out of morn a kick out of he annual kiculty kickhall third cheer lor Conchs led by Richard who I OS lod Dannys 13 At Jo Ann HobinotK a kick in lor the w ho r opr I od I he second Bingham named president of Savings and Loan By CINDY RICHARDSON Staff writer Jim new president at New Braunfels Savings and Ioan is once again finding out what its like to be lending the money instead of borrowing Prior to taking the position at the savings association he owned his own building and developing business in the BryanCollege Station During that he was living in New Braunfels and I was tired of so much travel and being away from my family too Bingham Over the two andahalf years he did Bingham calculated he travelled miles and spent a total of 210 days on the He has been involved in the banking business for most of the time since graduating from North Texas State University in Bingham worked for banks in Houston and as well as being an assistant national bank examiner for the United States Comptroller of the He moved to New Braunfels about four years ago when he became president of Guaranty State Bingham stayed there for two years before leaving to run his own He feels that being a developer and builder has given him broader insight into the job of a bank I know what its like being on the other side of the he It has increased my understanding of being a Im looking forward to the challenge looking forward to it with confidence and We love it This is home to us a great place to live and raise a Bingham Put on hold County needs new laws to use report JAMES BINGHAM to be buck By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writfir County Fred Clark likes the recommendations made by the County irowth and Development Committee fur meeting this areas recreation and touristrelated as he explained the county doesnt have the authority to carry out most of the New legislation is needed to do what the committee has suggested and the soonest Clark envisions that happening is on behalf of Com missioners Court Clark accepted committees final 12page report Thursday and promised committee chairman Charles Knibbe that the report wouldnt be put in a filing cabinet and lay We need to do lobbying to get what we want done with the said I think the concept of the committees idea is The committees basic recom mendation calls for the establishment of a Water Oriented Recreational Area iWORA in Comal This special which the court currently doesnt have the authority to would be administered by the court and supported by special In the Himember com mittee recommended that the county apply for million in state and federal grants to help finance a 10 million improvement The grant money would go toward repair and widening county roads in heavy traffic areas the construction of 10 or more parking lots equipped with restrooms and trashcans to be placed in recreational areas of the county and the improvement of boat and canoe ramps and construction of gates to control enlry Hill if the county cannot obtain the committee offered a variety of sugiitstions for raising the Funds could be the report through the sale of additional county bonds which would mean an increase in The group also recommended that money be obtained through a Users fee charged to each individual visiting the Bonafide residents of Comal County would be charged this users according to the Other recommendations lor ob taining funds included Charging an annual vendors fee to See IugelZA
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