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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 31, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Savage hearing still planned for Thursday By DEBBIE DaLOACH Staff writer As if prcsKtime all systems were still go for the William Savage pretrial set for Ive heard from no one no one at all that its been Court Administrator Martin Allen Ive got a court reporter and Were all Hick Savages was in court Wed nesday morning at the Bexar County Luis special prosecutor in this case and an assistant to Attorney General Jim was also unavailable for Savage was fined and placed on 10 years probation April 14 for the involuntary man slaughter of Ruben Sauceda Three other in voluntary manslaughter indictments are pending against and involve the deaths of Saucedas wife and two who were also killed last Oc Judge Carl Anderson will preside over all pretrial motions involving those three pending in Both Woods and Vallejo have previously indicated that change of double jeopardy and the Speedy Trial Act could be included in those Members of the Committee of Justice for who brought national attention to the Savage have not formalized a plan of action for Thursdays We are meeting tonight to decide what we want to do spokesman Kzequiel Cheque Torres since his Savage has reported to work daily at Fort Sarn Houston as a physical activities Military officials there have yet to rule on his July asking that a board of inquiry to determine his military delayed until all civil proceedings are resolved I know theyre real close Ho a decision Sarn Houston Jim Markicwicz said Some might ask if the pretrial hearing comes and doesnt that mean tune has made the militarys decision just because the doesnt mean theyre going to hold off con vening the board until all civil matters Whatever happens at that hearing wont affect their New UsbLs Braunfels New Texas HeraldZeituno 1 T OO O WEDNESDAY August 1983 25 cents 173 32 Pages Sections IUSPS37788G Shuttle astronauts launch India satellite CAPE AP Challengers lobster shift astronauts early today launched a unique 3inl satellite for India that will improve weather forecasting on the vast subcontinent and bring telephone and television service to many isolated communities for the first The deployment was on the satellite looks mission specialist Guion Bluford reported as the payload spun He said the crew felt a slight clunk as the craft was It was the sixth successful com munications satellite launch for a shuttle On the shuttles 18th turn around the Americas first black gave the commands that started the satellite spinning at 40 rpm for At he pushed a button that sprung the payload out of the cargo Commander Richard Truly fired Challengers engines so the ship was a safe about 12 miles when the satellites onboard rocket fired 45 minutes later to propel it toward a stationary parking space miles above the equator south of More than an hour after Mission Control in formed the crew that the tracking station had confirmed the firing and that it had gone real Truly an acronym for India National is to reach the high outpost on Operating on their dayisnight the five astronauts began Day 2 of the eighth shuttle mission at EDT Tuesday as Mission Control in Houston wakened them with the music of the Georgia Tech fight Thats the commented Richard Challengers com who is a Tech Asked how the crew was the commander exclaimed we never had so much fun in our whole The control center told him ground instruments showed Challenger was a very clean Pilot Dan Brandenstein reported unbelievable views of South Pacific islands and two active volcanoes he thought were near New William the house busied himself with medical Bluford and mission specialist Dale Gardner spent several hours remotely checking out INSAT for the which was the primary goal of the The Indian government is paying the National Aeronautics and Space Administration million for the The satellite combines television transmissions and weather observations in one It can handle more than providing longdistance telephone to remote areas of the millionsquaremile A direct broadcast feature will enable it to beam television to receivers in rural com Social and agricultural education programs are among those planned for INSAT is equipped to transmit weather photos every half and these are expected to benefit many See Page 14A Some like it hot Few people native Texanswill admit to liking hot But yard man Milton is an I like it he said as he mowed a lawn Street Hes gen peratures weie in the upper Antonio as lem 711 store held up stolen vehicle found Inside ByOYANNEFRY Staff writer New Braunfels was the site of another conveniencestore robbery Wednesday morning this time at the 711 store on Loop A bandit armed with a revolver and an electric drill held up the male clerk at and made away with an asyet undertermined amount of Police roundup A Honda the last of five vehicles stolen from local businesses over the turned up in Houston at The bike disappeared from Adams Auto Sales at 81 North some time between Saturday and 2 Also missing were a some a watch and two insurance Authorities had already found the other four vehicles abandoned in various Three were taken from car and one from behind a gas Police investigator Ray Douglas thinks the theft at Toms Exxon is probably related to the Friday night breakin at Krueger The pickup taken from Toms was found on Kruegers and a new truck was missing from the The thieves also did an as yetundetermined amount of damage to the showroom The other three thefts might be isolated Douglas especially the one at Benavides Used 475 81 I dont think that was related to anything just a theft of said The missing whiteandwoodtrim station wagon was later found near Krause A New Braunfels man was hospitalized after a Tuesday af ternoon wreck at Spur and Hidalgo Henry was resting in satisfactory condition at McKenna Memorial Hospital Wed nesday but apparently See Page HA Todays Weather Today will be suny and with winds from the south and southwest near 10 miles per Tonight will be fair and with south winds at 510 Thursday will be partly cloudy but still with a 20 percent chance of thun dershowers in the Winds will be light and Sunset today will be at and sunrise Thursday at Close call Ralph the Houston Rockets hope for the stepped on a teammates foot Tuesday and took a bad nothing was although a few hearts skipped a few page 3A KALI Hostages freed after hijackers surrender at Tehran airport By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Five hijackers of an Air France jetliner surren dered to Iranian authorities today at Tehran airport and 15 hostages held captive since Saturday were freed Iranian officials An American couple was among those Irans Islamic Republic News monitored in said the hijackers fired their weapons into the air before and that they and the freed hostages were led to the airport medical It said all were apparently in good and that the freed passengers and crew will spend the night in a Tehran The Arabicspeaking hijackers asked for political asylum in a spokesman for the French Em bassy in Tehran but there was no immediate word on how that request would be Earlier reports from airport officials in Europe had said there were four hijackers aboard the The respected Pans newspaper Le Monde said See Page 14A PEC delays on L CRA program By SANDRA JACKSON Staff writer Pedernales Electric Cooperative general manager Bennie Fuelberg has notified the Colorado River Authority that the PEC is delaying par ticipation in the LCRAs cooling efficiency Concerns that the present plans could result in PEC and its members paying far more for elec tricity than they actually use have prompted the PECs We have asked LCRA for clarification of its program to determine if the plan could apply only to heat pump which provide both cooling and heating Fuelberg If the answer to that inquiry is we want details on LCRAs future rate design and demand charges so as to determine whether participation in a program encouraging only cooling efficiency would be detrimental to our overall the PEC manager The PEC board would prefer to work out with its wholesale supplier a plan which encourages both cooling and heating Fuelberg said See Page 14A Tressa eyes challenge of Bulverde Middle School From playing army with the Texas National Guard to jogging five miles every other day to being a father to his nineyearold Paul Tressa would seem to have his hands But he likes variety and the challenge of running a and he gets both as principal at Bulverde Middle Tressa is one of two principals making their debuts this year in Comal Independent School David Summers is the new principal at Smithson Valley High Tressa hasnt always been an ad He started out as an English teacher with the Del Rio school moved to Lewisville High School as an educational diagnostician and later an assistant At Lewisville as a I worked with kids giving them a battery of tests which showed why they were their their ability Tressa My boss told me I was doing the job without the title or the money as a so I took the step to assistant principal for three But he hasnt abandoned the diagnostician He helps his wife Nancy with her job as an educational diagnostician for East Central ISO in San and he keeps the lines of communication open for Tressa said his background helps him with his The background Ive had as a diagnostician and in special education sure makes me count my Ive dealt with children who have My stay here depends on things going smoothly and if the people think Im doing a good Tressa But this whole district and this particular community needs and in my thats a learning or physical and not the AOK It doesnt depress It just makes an impression on he Tressa counters the inactivity of sitting behind a desk most of the day with jogging and marathon In this most of the exercise you get U with your so I like to Its a good form of tension he My running has suffered with the move here and the new but I like to do five miles at a One weekend a Tressa plays soldier with the Texas National Guard as first lieutenant of Company Third 249th Signal What we do is provide communication to the 49th Armored We go out on field maneuvers once a and set up radio shots and But Tressas threeyear stint with the Guard has grown into more than one weekend a He reads a lot at night to prepare for the and takes correspondence courses to gel promotions and move up in rank His Paul doesnt mind how long Daddys Tressa just as long as I bring him some Crations He and his friends like to play with the Ive stuck with it this because thats my It took me six years of school at night and summers to get both my master 1 worked and taught at the same Tressa and 1 figure if Im going to do 1 might as well reach my potential and get my retirement out of That same sticktoitiveness will carry over to his principal Tressa Im not a 1 plan on seeing the sixth graders graduate from the eighth at the very least My slay here depends on things going smoothly and if the people think Im doing a good he But this whole district and this particular community needs and in my thats a Tressa makes Principal 5 for Bulverde Middle School in the past seven The staff here has been but its been tough for them to lead Theres a good nucleus here to build he and thats my DEBBIE DeLOACH
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