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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 4, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas J Texas Baseball Cute Astros 3 Royals 08 Cougars Rangers win debuts SWC Scores California TMM AfrM 17 Committee targets judge for defeat DEBBIE DaLOACH writer With William Dale Savage out of the the Committee of Justice for All has shifted its sights to District At torney Bill Schroeder and 207th District Court Judge Robert In a press conference Committee leader Ezequiel Cheque Torres said that his group remains unsatisfied with the way Schroeder and Pfeuffer handled the Savage and has resolved to work against Savage pleaded guilty to killing Ortencia Sauceda and her two and received concurrent 10 year probated sentences Thursday in All three were killed as they walked along Highway 81 West last The Fort Sam Houston now scheduled to go before a military board of review was fined and placed on 10 years probation on April 14 for the in voluntary manslaughter of Ruben Schroeder refused to prosecute Savage for the other who is up for election next called Thursdays hearing a Torres said Friday the real mockery was the first Several Committee members testified Thursday all they ever wanted was a day in Schroeder called that All they ever said told me We wont be satisfied with anything less than another They also said this was never a racist If thats then why do they No Mexican American will vote for Schroeder the district attorney Voters make the decision not the Schroeder Its up to the and I have faith in those If they have faith in theyll vote for If I shouldnt be The controversy over the illiterate juror has served as the springboard for pointing the finger at He should have stopped the first after everyone found out about Estacio Torres who served on the Savage later told a San Antonio reporter he didnt know what he was voting smiled when others and raised his hands when everyone else In the trial guiltorinnonence the jury delivered a note that We have a One of the jurors cannot He can only read or write in So Pfeuffer devised a number system for Guerreros which was used by the entire Now that the case is I can talk about Pfeuffer responded Several considerations went through my but the first and primary reason 1 didnt declare a mistrial neither side made such a a trial I had to make a snap and J think the number nystrn was good I found supporting case I think Mr Guerreros juata hesitant and shy who was put under pressure in say something Pfpuffer said The judge has no intentions of issuing u challenge to the You cant run it court and campaign at the same he I began a fouryear term on Any future running mate will have to wait a while New Braunfels Haw Texas HeraldZeltung 99 Nn 17fi 7 Panpe SUNDAY 1983 50 cents 176 72 Sections USPS 377880 Reagan calm action needed on Soviets Travelers line up at the Jaycees rest stop on IH 35 Jaycees again set up rest stops Staff photo by Frances Bridges The New Braunfels Jaycees want people to rest up and be alert during the Labor Day The Jaycees will provide coffee and pastries through Monday at the rest stop along Interstate 35 south of New The Labor Day rest stop is a statewide by the The program is designed to encourage weary travelers to take a break from hours of If we can save one we have done our project chairman Mike Klein Stores that have donated refreshments to the rest stop are Krogers and Dairy Queen 1 and WASHINGTON AP President nearing a decision on American said Saturday the Soviet Union must account for the murder of innocent civilians aboard Korean Air Line flight he said the inexcusable act of brutality would not interfere with arms reduction talks with It is up to all of leaders and citizens of the to deal with the Soviets in a but absolutely firm the president A senior official said the response would probably focus on measures to restrict Soviet air The president met Saturday for a second day with his top security advisers and considered a list of retaliatory op In his weekSy radio Reagan continued the tough language he has used since last Thursdays attack on the Boeing 747 jumbo but gave no hint about what steps he would His Larry called for restitution for the families of the including 61 who were aboard the Discussions in Geneva are to Reagan told I dont believe that the airliner incident should reduce the importance of continuing the talks that we hope will lead to a reduction in the number of nuclear weapons in the he Ambassadors and diplomats from several in cluding Japan and South were called to the State Department for a briefing on the latest developments in the The bipartisan congressional leadership was to meet with Reagan Sunday Disputes continued over just what happened last Thursday after the Korean commercial airliner wandered See Page 14A Shocked Koreans take to streets South Korea APi War veterans on crutches and in wheel actors and workers and senior citizens borne on a floodtide of emotion rallied throughout this stunned nation Saturday against the barbaric and insane downing of a South Korean jetliner Veterans burned Soviet flags Placards and banners bobbed above a rally of elderly Massacre by coldblooded Russians they said Savage Russians go to Hell They assembled and marched in Seoul and in other cities of this staunchly antiCommunist nation carrying wearing lettered shouting their outrage and anguish over the loss of the aircraft and the 269 people Officials said hundreds of thousands of people President Chun Doohwan went to Kimpo In ternational where the plane was to have landed after its flight from New to burn uicense at an altar set up by Korean Air Lines in memory of those aboard the those missing and presumed dead were 61 including A memorial service for the victims has been scheduled for followed by a massive anti Soviet See Page 14A Comfund begins annual drive to reach goal 0M AL couNTy San Antonio man drowns in Canyon Lake Its time for a friendly With it The 1983 Coma County Community Fund cam paign took off reaching for a goal of An advance gifts campaign under the direction of Bob Kiesling started the first week of and brought in over Twenty organizations will be on the receiving if Comfund meets its highest goal in Last the goal seemed modest after more than was collected in Nearly every person in the county can be ex pecting a pledge envelope or card this Leland Comfund publicity Whan you get remember our With U and give to your local charity through A Comfund spokeswoman said the pledge en debuting laat year in bank statements and Guadalupe Valley Telephone Coop will change from yellow to blue this Were bringing them because we had such a good response last she If the 1983 goal is the following will be allocated Salvation Comal County Mental HealthMental Retardation Humane Crisis Youth American Red Head Boy Scouts of Girl Scouts of Home Senior Citizens Community Service plus for capital improvement Arthritis Foun Childrens Habitation Center for merly known as the Cerebral Palsy Treatment Child Welfare Hays County Womens Canyon lake Volunteer Action COMMUNITY FUND Texas Society for Autistic Bihl Rehabilitation national United Way Greater New Braunfels Chamber of for clerical services and for DEBBIE DvlOACH ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer Comal Countys fifth drowning this season happened at the Fort Sam Houston area at approximately 4 James Lee Roberson of San Antonio was pronounced dead at McKenna Memorial Hospital by Howard Justice of the Peace for Precinct 4 He was 27 years The Canyon Emergency Medical Service was unable to revive who reportedly had been under water 10 minutes before a swimmer brought him A Sheriffs Department spokesman said a wit ness had seen Roberson go down twice and called the but ap parently too Another Junes from found the body in seven feet of between 10 and LO feet off Authorities said Roberson had been a cook at a Ung John Silvers This labor Day weekend mishap makes the third drowning on Canyon Lake this and the second in the Fort Sam swimming The first occurred on April 23 The lake claimed its second life on July when a wader stepped off a ledge near Comal Park Two people have drowned in the Comal River this both near the Camp Warnecke Donald of Marble Falls was lost there on July 4 And threeyearold See Page 14A Todfyt T04fjr mi Mmday will ptajibly wife OCAMAMV IttTMTAiNMfNT Shamir expected to continue Begins course TEL Israel AP The Begin era is Sii stormy years ended last week when Menachem his spirit dimmed by loneliness and finally seemed to have run out of His successordesignate Yitzhak Shamir is expected to continue on the strongly nationalistic courae set by If the new leadership is dif it will be primarily a matter of Israel will probably lound taaa less sensitive to every real or imagined Shamir is a but a businesslike one who likes to think long and liard about his every Begins reflected President Chaim brings to an end the generation of the We are finished with the generation of Today our people must struggle on without the leadership which that generation gave it when the state was The quMtiaa u whether Shamir waata ka a laMfttnn premier and put his imprint on the country or whether he is a stopgap operating in Begins shadow until the country goes to elections arid his partys two other Defense Minister Mushe Arens and Exer can get Israel must hold elections in two Both Arens and Weizman might have been contenders last week in the party voting for a Begin successor if they had been members of Parliament a legal precondition for becoming prime But Shamir is no As the operations officer of an extreme militant guerrilla underground in pre mdependence then as a secret agent for his government and now with three years as foreign minister behind he has shown an ability to take big decisions and make them stick It look him only sit hours from the tune he was elected leader of his Herut Party until he summoned his potential coalition A few more hours passed and he had their agreement in principle U endorae He said he hoped to be sworn in as premier this week
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