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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 6, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Entertainment writersstrike cuts television schedule A10 MOS3 MICRQPLEX MtTPH WOMBLE 283 LOS ANGELES AP Comedian Bill Cosbys hit sitcom and NBCs Saturday Night Live are early casualties of a strike by the Writers Guild of and daytime soap operas may be next in according to published reports and industry Three unwritten episodes of the Cosby show for the current season have been scrapped because of the strike which began Tuesday against the three major TV net works and the movie the New York Daily News reported The News said one of The Cosby Show segments was to feature singer Tony Orlando and could have led to a new It quoted Cosby producer Caryn Sneider as saying those plans have been put on hold until next instead of a live show featuring comedians John Candy and Eugene Levy and rock stars Hall and Saturday Night Live will broadcast reruns this the News Joe spokesman for the Association of Motion Picture and Television said effects of the walkout could be felt as soon as next week by soap which need five scripts a week and are produced II I I IKCTTBUfT Texans may get parimutuel see page 8 New Braunfels wrfWr Haw Texas Wednesday March 25 Cents 32 Pages3 Sections Port trial Bernard Port summoned him to house By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Testimony began this morning in a hearing to suppress any oral statements given to police by David on trial for the June 7 murder of a 23yearold Houston mail An eventual ruling on the defendants motion to suppress by State District Judge Mc Master will determine whether any statements from Port can be admitted into trial testimonyin the hearing will be heard outside the presence of the which was chosen late Tuesday after eight days of The threewoman jury was sequestered at a local motel at 9 this along with a man and a woman picked as included three two a Lutheran a a a civil a teachers a supervisor at West Point Pep a a firefighter and a Their ages range from 32 to 72 years and they have lived in Comal County anywhere from to 36 In testimony this Houston Police David Collier said he went to the Port home on June 8 at the request of Bernard Davids He said his son was he was a diabetic and there were bullet holes in the Collier The sergeant said Bernard Port showed him a caliber pistol he said smelt like it had been Collier also said there were bloody tennis shoe footprints in the bullet holes in the stairwell and what appeared to be blood stains on the baseboard Defendant David Zimmerman walk See Page KA before the jury was DERYL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG and attorney Jack to the Courthouse last week Senate ready to cut budget WASHINGTON AP A lopsided Senate Budget Committee vote recommending a cut in President Reagans defense spending proposal could pave the way for quick Senate budget including a freeze on Social Security committee members On the panel voted IBA to slash billion over the next three years from the Pentagon buildup proposed in the presidents billion budget for fiscal year 1986 including a oneyear freeze in real spending discounting the effects of The vote was only since the panel will get another shot at defense spending when it takes a final ypte on tjie budget But committee leaders said they expected it to The a flat repudiation of administration was supported by 10 Democrats on the panel and eight chairman Pete The defense number is pretty key to getting a consensus on the rest of the said Charles Grassley and other members said it would be difficult to enact the kind of domestic program cuts recom mended by the president without demanding spending restraint of similar magnitude In the Defense This starts a pattern of across theboard said Ernest author of the plan adopted by the After setting the discipline on well be following through on other I think we will be freezing Social Security and other Reagans which calls for billion in domestic cuts and billion in defense increases in the fiscal year that begins would leave intact costofliving increases for Social Security recipients scheduled to take effect next But there is widespread support in the Senate as reflected by Tuesdays vote for freezing all including Social defense social spending In billions of dollars par fiscal year 197475 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 85 86 Proposed Note Social figures include employment social Social income veterans benefits and Chicago Tribune Graphic Source Office of Management and Budget The federal budget dollar Proposed fiscal 1986 total billion Where the money COmes from income taxes Social insurance receipts 30C Borrowing 18C Other 4c Excise taxes 3c Corporation income taxes 8c Where the money goes Direct benefit payments for individuals 41C Other federal operations Chicago Tribune Chart Source Office of Management and Budget National Defense 29c Net interest Grants to states and localities Looking good NBISD trustees optimistic about building I Reagan could lose billions for his defense pac kage if the Senate Bud get Cbrri mittee has its way who was chairman of the in told reporters he doubted the committee before Democrats lost action would send the wrong signal to control of the Senate to Republicans the By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writers Architects told New Braunfels ISO trustees that the old high school building on Mill Street is basically The trustees meet at a study session Tuesday Andrew Perez and his Steven said that the old building had been built 80 well the first even the lack of con sistent maintenance the past 15 years have had little impact on the integrity of the The walls are 18 inches fivewidths of Very little of this needs Where the surface is damaged like on the we can in many cases turn the brick around and use the smooth back The floors have load bearing capacities of between 100300 pounds per square The metal ceilings will take some but we can use them with very little TiUotsoja Because interior walls were also W Square feet of space was the architects two because if we are required to put in the sprinkler the cost of the in terior will go up by If not for we have plenty to work Charles Bradberry Tillotson explained that cleaning the exterior surface would be done by applying an acidic compound to the wetted surface with a leaving it on for 25 minutes and then washing it off with a lowpressure water Brick naturally builds up a crust as it ages that gives it water and weather We dont want to sandblast or waterblast that surface because it will cause that crust to break down and then deterioration can This method of cleaning is the cheapest and the best for the Tillotson Perez commented that the 60yearold building was remarkably and that cracks should be expected for its age with the amount of normal ground expansion and There were no expansion joints put It was not to have When a crack they wpuld go back in wjth lime and mud mortar and fill As long as this type of regular maintenance is done on it last another WO or Perez you need to start on a regular maintenance schedule as soon as the building is The original mortar had no cement in Old masonry techniques required mortar use simply as a setting Tillotson Gravity held most of the building in Over the years when repairs were made on a cement mortar was All patches done with that have worked their way out because cement expands while the brick does Tillotson The architects showed the trustees preJbninary sketches of the interior and The inferior as as possible to keep the lojak the building and to save on they If we were looking at replacing a lot of the original material to restore the old Im noj sure I would be for But here we have the nwjonty of the materials still in good one architect said When I voteS for this I had my doubts if we would really come out with a gflfld looking But Im beginning to believe we can Page UA   

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