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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 2, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                vr t ie Top 10 13 m 18 Auburn Rangers crush Holy 357 Savage pleads his case at Army hearing By DE1BIC DeLOACH Staff writer Theres one line left in the last act of the William Dale Savage The last act began Friday at Fort Sam where a board of of ficers convened and heard a full day of testimony for and against Savages military The three George William Thresher and Marine are scheduled to bring a recommendation to Robert commandant of the Academy of Health within seven The final decision will come from Savage is in his second year of a threeyear and currently serves as a physical activities specialist at Fort Sams 3rd This play began last when Savage was charged with the in voluntary manslaughter of Ruben his commonlaw wife and their two small children in New Wurstfest cups rested in the floorboard of his yellow and his blood alcohol level registered over twice the legal limit in On April Savage was placed on 10 years probation for the fathers After months of community he pleaded guilty to the other three and received more 10year probated sentences to run concurrently with the first trial Fridays board of review was last April revisited Soldiers dresser in full uniform testified about Savages each having something distinct to say attout him The board also heard rerorn on retention from each of lh1j ranging from an iniiiKliatc discharge other than horiiraUf to letting Savage com his brm and then being barred from An motional 23yearold Savage See Page ItA New Braunfels Ntw Texas HeraldZeltung I i A SUNDAY October 50 cents 196 68 Sections USPS 377880 f V TC V t 4 M A Shootout to remember Continental flying despite pilots strike HOUSTON AP Despite can cellations and delays caused by crew officials of financially ailing Continental Airlines remained confident Saturday they could break a strike by pilots and flight Continental is said Con tinental spokesman Bruce Members of the Air Line Pilots Association and Union of Flight At tendants walked off their jobs shortly after 2 one week after Continental filed for reorganization under federal bankruptcy The airline laid off 70 percent of its work force and slashed salaries of those left by about 50 Continental officials claimed the changes were necessary to keep the planes in the Three accused the company of trying to void the contracts and called a Hundreds of pilots and flight at tendants many wearing their uniforms and carrying placards picketed in front of ticket along in hangar areas and outside airport terminals in many of the 25 cities now served by Con Postgame shake New Braunfels Weston Pacharzina and Canyon Thomas Haeussler congratulate each other after a hard fought Wurst Bowl game Friday New Braunfels defeated in the annual city Thats New Braunfels High principal John Turman in the Details in NBISD sets election hearing Trustees of the New Braunfals ISD will hold a public hearing at to discuss the pros and cons of their atlarge election system to a system using five to seven single member The hearing will be held in the high school Individuals or groups wishing to speak on any side of the issue are being asked to register at superin tendent Charles Bradberrys 4M before 4 Tuesday Individual speakers will be given ttve minutes to their Those representing i of 10 people or more will be allowed The Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund filed a federal suit in April challenging NBISDs present election which provides for seven trustees elected at large to staggered Until this has been the standard system approved by the Texas Education a new section added to the codes on 29 makes it for a district of New Braunfels sice to change its election system by board vote or local Tuesdays hearing will be the first step toward such a parks board meet Monday The Parka and Recreattea Adviasry Beard will Mambsra will talk about restricting heavy vehicle traffic in the an lame that came up at the VlkA Ueaday in the at Laurel Plasa I the The New Braunfels Tennis Asaocatton has asked permission to conduct boat rides on the Comal River during and board members may make a recommendation on the Caundl to the parks beard a for They will also talk about the proposed use fee schedule for Landa Recreation and perhaps a use fee study far recreation centers ia A study an various parks system or i ia alee up for diacuasum Support is very said Dennis spokesman for the Continental chapter of We seeing more and more planes being Some passengers have told us that they even noticed a difference in the We think that within two days the operation will be Byron spokesman for the ALPA in said many pilots who were scheduled to operate other flights were walking off the Only a small percentage of flights are continuing to be crewed by management Whitehead But Richard senior vice president of Continental said the strike has not affected the The strike is not We are having excellent in some cases up to 80 When you consider thats in the face of a strike and on a Saturday and on a day when we in creased our thats very en See Page ISA Local pilot joins strike When local Continental pilot Carey McWilliams arrives at San Antonio International Airport this he wont be flying an Hell be carrying a picket About Continental pilots announced their union strike Since McWilliams said 60 pilots have crossed the picket But those guys are all DC9 No DC10s are Theyre all McWilliams Those 60 pilots will soon run out of he Federal Air Regulations prohibit a pilot from flying rrore than 30 hours in a sevenday or more thar jrs in 3 Mfcour period So theyre going to run out of tune and therell be nobody to fly the airplanes Implications of the Continental pilot strike run Continental is where the war is taking place Its a massive with other airline management siding with Continental See Page ItA Yes we can Comal River cleaner Guadalupe next By DYANNE FRY Staff writer Shoes were Cans were Pop tops were beyond the scope of one days and overall weight was about the as one more Trashfest floated to a close at Hinman Island Some 300 competitors pulled an estimated pounds of debris from the Comal River Saturday approximately the same amount registered in the aggregate weight competition last First and second place diving teams had pounds and respec Trashfest coordinator Sara Baugher figures the drinkcontainer teams picked up cups and cans which is about three times last years total Bet ween 300 and 350 shoes were as compared to 650 last And Baugher said it would be almost impossible to guess the number of poptops When the first team to report counted a lot of the others just threw theirs on the They didnt even bother to weigh said First place went to the team The secondplace team only had pop Trashfest is an annual Comal River cleanup sponsored by the Gulf Coast Council of Diving River Tats who prefer canoes and the rapids of the Guadalupe will get their chance when the River Recreation Association of Texas gathers forces at Camp Huaco Springs on River Volunteers may register there from 7 to 9 and will be assigned to each of which will patrol one section of the Canoes will be provided free of Bankwalkers and waders are welcome theres plenty of work for The Chamber of Commerce will serve dinner at Camp Huaco after all the trash bags are hauled away Inside Todays Today will be partly cloudy and with inuthaait winds near 10 miles per Tonight and Monday be partly cloudy and a little wilh highs reaching the Nattenal Weather Service expects warmer temperatures as the week goes Sunrise today Qmt Indoors The Dallas Cowboys played a memorable agasast ttw Minnesota Vikings in the iMt It was memorable for two Tea Dereatt batted a record yards far VWU aneaWBWSt and the wen The Cswbeys and the Vikings taagte again CLAJIsTUD CROSSWORD OSATMS DfARAStW fNTERTAWMfNT HOROSCOPf OPINIONS PUftUC RECORDS 7111 WEATHfR Mondale gets backing from labor officials By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Former Vice President Walter F Mondale won an unprecedented pre prunary endorsement from the AFL CIO leadership Saturday and bid for a strew poll victory in Maine as he strengthened his claim as frontrunner for the 1M4 Democratic presidential Mandate gained the support of the AFLClOi leadership duplicating a victory he won Friday when he was endorsed by the National Education Association the two labor groups claim more than 16 killion members and can provide thousands of volunteers in all SO as well as sophisticated political support for the candidate of their The Maine straw taken at a meeting of party activists in had no direct bearing on selection of delegates to next years Democratic national But it became a hotly ceatested and heavily event as Mondale to defend hu position and the men chasing turn tried to weaken it The AFLC10 endorsement marked the first tune the millionmember labor federation has decided to support a Democratic candidate before the beginning of the primary a break with tradition that labor president Lane Kirkland wanted to influence the 1W4 election before the choice was narrowed to one Republican and one A formal vote U ratify Mondalei en dorsement is expected Monday by delegates to the AFLC1O con vention The vote of the general meeting in Fla represented a setback particularly for Sen John Glenn of generally acknowledged to be running second to as well ax the other con tenders for the Glenn tuud he will campaign for votes among rank and fik to   

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