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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 31, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                iexao iw Texas Baseball Oriotoe Cullen Davis mansion up for sale PageGA PLO rebels Arafat forces cease bloody days Lebanon AP PLO rebels and Yasser Arafats loyalists called a ceasefire Saturday after eight days of fighting left 42 people dead and 75 injured in east police and local reporters One stray shell struck a Syrian army position near the embattled town of Taanayel in the Bekaa Valley wounding a colonel and four reporters said in dispatches telephoned from the The took effect at In the final eight hours of loyalists of Arafats Palestine Liberation Organization faction captured all positions they had lost to the Syrianbacked mutineers the last two days in the strategic town of 20 miles east of the dispatches In leftist political parties allied with the PLO met with Syrian army in telligence officers in charge of the Bekaa and proposed a truce in which warring guerrillas would simultaneously withdraw from five embattled towns in central reporters The plan suggests that Arafats loyalists and the mutineers under the command of Saed Mousa withdraw all their fighters in phases from Saadnayel and Kfar except for a few administrators in each reporters Leftist groups would form militia to oversee the proposed pullout and patrol the five towns and their according to the reported The towns run along nine miles of the Beirut Damascus highway near the Syrian Local commanders of Arafats and Abu Mousas followers were informed of the The rebels say Arafat and his dominant Fatah PLO faction are too soft in their dealings with the United and they want a bigger say in the decisions made by plus administrative and financial reforms in the The PLO Central which makes will hold an emergency meeting in Tunis on Wednesday to discuss the In its report on the scheduled the PLOs official news agency did not say if rebel leaders were New Braunfels Nfjw Texas 151 Zcitung SUNDAY July 50 cents 70 Pages5 Sections USPS District run Espinoza plans to investigate issues JOSE VALDEMAR ESPINOZA EDITORSf NOTE New BraunfeU voting districts 1 and as approved in an April 2 charter will be electing City Council representatives on Jose Valdemar Espinoza and Norman both candidates By DYANNE FRY Staff writer Jose Valdemar Espinoza doesnt claim hell have an easy answer for every if elected to the City I plan to do a lot of in a lot of and examine a problem from all not just one side and then the said the 49yearold in District are profiled District 2 candidates will be featured in a later The election itself Is still a contingent on the Depart ment of Justices approval of the new i insurance A lot of times we tend to forget theres more than two sides to Espinoza also realizes he cant run a singleissue Even if he is running partly perhaps mostly as an ethnic minority One third of New Braunfels is and I feel See Page 10 Kraft wants lower less spending NORMAN KRAFT Norman Kraft would like to put a lid on taxes and government Thats reason behind his running for City Kraft says he built his Mesquite Avenue home for in the That same house is now appraised in the Kraft And property tax rates are certainly no lower than they were when he built the Since the state legislatures Peveto Bill went into the City Council has no direct control over appraisal of property for tax Thats done by a central Comal County But the council decides how much money will be collected for city use each if will have a lot to say about Ive never been to a council meeting yet when there hasnt been too much money said the 63yearold Comal County Theres too many ayes and not enough If you didnt spend so you wouldnt have to collect so is the way I look at Im not a he Im not going to make a whole lot of campaign because a lot of times you cant See Page 10 And away they go Former AmbassadoratLarge to Mexico Bob Krueger and his the former Kathleen ride away in a trolley car after their wedding ceremony Friday at Marks Episcopal Chruch in San Krueger Staff photo by John Senter is the son of the late Faye and Arlon Krueger of New Krueger is the daughter of Don and Peggy Tobin of The couple will reside in New Braunfels after a honeymoon in In the news Savages lawyer disputes People magazines article viewpoint By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer While the board of inquiry at Fort Sam Houston ponders his military William Dale Savage was making the pages of People In the July 25 Savage was one of five nationwide case studies on The Terrible Toll on the Road Outrage Over Drunk In less than 10 inches of the magazine told how Savages verdict has divided a Texas The article Savage mowed down four members of a1 poor Mexican family last Returning to base after a night of Savage said he felt a bump and noticed his windshield had He stopped the car and walked coining upon the broken bodies of laborer Ruben his commonlaw wife and their small two His 1970 VW had struck them as they walked along the Savages alcohol level registered more than twice the legal limit in the article said a jury of 11 Anglos and one Hispanic decided against a jail imposing only a fine and 10 years Savages Rick called the article distorted and a form of sen sationalism I know the object is to sell and I can certainly go along with the point of the Woods But they didnt print the facts of the Instead they say a verdict divides a Texas and 1 say if a Texas town was it wasnt the people of New Braunfels doing the It was the outsiders who came in and stirred up The People article quoted Mack Martinez and Ruben both attorneys for the Committee of Justice for The group picketed the Comal County Courthouse until retired State District Judge Carl Anderson ordered Attorney General Jim Mattox to review the Savage This article doesnt paint a clear The jury heard all the and those people live with their Woods Now everyone wanls to find something wrong with This case was so A family got and my defendant was proved in But the law also says the in toxication has to cause the death of an in This could have happened to a sober Woods said the jury may have believed the Fort Sam Houston private was in But the jury didnt believe that penitentiary tune was the right thing to he like this arent fair to the people of New and they certainly arent fair to William But the story is far from over for Savage and his three remaining involuntary manslaughter Military The Army Health Services Command is still reviewing information on Savages request to delay convening the board of inquiry until all civilian matters See Page 10A Hourlong blackout Fallen tree limbs cause power outage Pecan limbs neutral near miniature golf leaving many fell and broke a the Park course New Braunfels Ruaban Cadilto of Naw Braunfais taaa off during the firat round of tna Naw Braunfais City QoH Championship Ralatad paga 7A residents without electricity for more than an The limbs fell on the neutral or broke the line and caused the Torrey Street circuit to go Earl New Braunfals Utilities ad ministrative services Two bucket trucks with two assistant electrical and even a police officer to direct traffic responded to tna distress Taylor said outages were reported on East and Common Also affected were the the River Run Landa and we even got an outage call from some people working at the NB Utilities Main Office he By the lines were back and power was restored to all those who had called the trouble Taylor Inside Todays Sunday will partly vttfe Ughs in the midJOs and northern atU to 16 milea viil increase tonight and bringing M percent chance of Tonights low will bt tai tht and Mon day high tfat lowMr House Democrats attacked the CIANicaragua monay calling tht plan Baa a HnaU waft a Falling An Astroworld employee was killed at the park during a safety run of a rolkrcoaster The employee had been working there since 1177 PaoetA DEAR DEATHS PUIUC   

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