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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Unicorns nip Buttons; Page Lockhart tops Cougars ioa r ‘"V Texas Baseball TS Philadelphia 8, Houston 0 R^eoJrS Texas 6 New York 3 V. J—-:-------- NBA Playoffs 76'ers 107. Knicks 105 Philadelphia at New York Sunday Los Angeles at Portland Boston at Milwaukee Monday —Spurs at Denver /IV New Braunfels New Braunfels. Texas Herald-Zeitunc Vol. 9? NO. 86    AQ    D'ln.ic    A    Qortmnc SUNDAY May I. 1983 50 cents 68 Polios 4 Sections HJSPS 377 880NBISD bonds decision due Tuesday By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer We’ve lit un everything we ran ii** to promote and explain Ult* bond issue) now it s up to the voters, s.*iii Ni w Braunfels School Supt O I Hendricks, referring to Tuesday s W 8j million school bond el«-< Hon Both polling places ut the New Braunfels Independent School District will be open from 7 a in to 7 p in Those living iii voting prermcTs S. 9. ll. 12. IT, lit. 22 and 23 ahi sole at Seele Si bool, itll Howard Street. Residents of voting precincts I, 2. 3. 6. 7. IS. 70 and Guadalupe ( ounty 167 will vote at New Braunfels Middle s< honl, 639 s (Guenther The pat Rage NBISD is presenting to voters consists of three profsositiolls which are needed to meet current .md future needs of the district, officials say Tile biggest portion of the bond package is Proposition I. which calls for construction of a new elemental school as well as expansion and renovation of current campuses Of the $8 Ro million total. Proposition I accounts fot 6 million or 73 4 i percent lf voters approve Proposition 2. who h amounts to $2 million or 22 6 percent of the total package all NBISD schools would he alt conditioned Airconditioning the new eleinen tory school is included in this proposition, which means that if Proposition I passes hut Proposition 2 does not. the new school will not Im* air-conditioned, Hendricks said Saturday Proposition 3 is the smallest, amounting to 3 96 percent of the total package, of $.160,000 This portion * the package would finance a new administrative office lf voters approve it trustees will decide either to tear down the present building and construct a new one in its place or to i einodel the old high school on NS est Mill Street Both these measures would cost appt oxmiately the same, according to architects* estimates. Hendricks has said Both Hendricks and Katie Gordon, head I tin ommittee promoting the tmnd pa Rag) are optimistic about the pas.sagt of tin* tin cc props! lions' cham cs Both are also expecting a good turnout, noting that the election is set for a weekday as opposed to the last NBISD Imnd election which was held on a Saturday On Feb 12 the district presented a one issue $M 3 million bond package Indore voters l'his package, winch was cut hack to the $8 Ro package now being proposed, was defeated bv U>8 votes A common excuse given bv patrons for the first bond package's failure was Unit the public was not properly informed of what was included iii the package and why the measures were needed District officials admitted to taking a “low-key” attitude toward the February election hoping that NBISD voters would understand tin* rationale Inland the bond package This time, however, the district has done any thing but keep quiet As soon as the May 3rd date was set for the second election. Gordon's committee was formed and hind raising and promotion began. According ti* Hendricks' early predictions, the committee would See BONDS. Page 1«A Motions filed to seek special prosecutor By DlBBIt DELOACH Staff writer They kept then promise Attorneys for the Committee of Justice for All filed three motion. asking for »• special prosecutor with Court Administrator Martin Alien Friday They did it. and we vc set the hearing for 9 30 a rn May 16, ' Allen said Judge Robert l*feuffer is in Hay s County the week of May 9 lf that jury trial falls thr (Ugh, we might move the hearing date up but univ it both parties agree Attorneys Mack Martinez and Huben Sandoval filed three Kx Parte motions on behalf of Nalividad Sauced* arui the Committee of Justice for Alt, a kin* Pfeuffer to appoint »t special prosecute* Iii* motions take to task three remaining involuntary manslaughter indictments against William Dale Savage Sauced.! is the father of Buta t! Sauced* Sr . who was killed Ort JO. along with his pregnant wife and their tw" small children Savage was tried for the deatfi of Saucc<la Sr , and received a 10-year probated sentence by a Coined County jury April 14 A hunger stiikc bv four Comal ( runty Jail inmates began the night of April ii. to protest the probated M'liteio> Richard Willis was released from jail on bond. hut Juan Imp**/ Margartlo Maklou.ido and Gilbert Gonzales remain on a liquid diet of orange JUD e. coffee. tea soft drinks aud watef The Committer oi Justice for All. headed by Inside Today's Weather Ex pet t morning cloudiness otherwise becoming partly cloudy and warm in tim afternoon both Unlay and Monday The high temperature cai both days will hit Hie appet H<»s with a low tonight near 70 Winds today will be out of tin- southeast 10-16 mph Sunrise this morning was exper ted at 6 49 a iii Sunset is (vedic led at 8 07 p iii Mullen Beats Leber mann Just as lf** Hfi *ifj /intutty was going to press. tin- Associated Presa repealed tfiat Austin City Councilman lion Mullen took a slim lead early and slowly added to it through the night to defeat blind businessman I .ow ell tebermann Saturday ilia runoff election for mayor With all 113 pre* uu tx counted, Mullen (toiled 33,677 votes, err 62 6 percent, to 30.3311, or 47 4 percent, for icberuiann About TI percent id the registered voters< ast ballots A Bush In The Hand... President Reagan was quoted today as saying tfiat if he «hd decide run for re-election iii 19R4. he would ask George Rush to return us hts running mate Calling Bush a ‘ team player,” Reagan came another step c loser to announcing for reeler lion, something he has iud officially <lone y et Sos Pay* 7A Nuclear Debate North Amene a s Roman Catholic bishops put the finishing touches un a two-year-old project -the final draft of a paschal letter detailing the church* view on the nuclear arms race Saa Pays HA CLASSIFIED      6    1    IB COMICS ..............    SB CROSSWORD ...........13A DEAR ABBY    2B DEATHS    2A ENTERTAINMENT............... 4B HOROSCOPE      5B KALEIDOSCOPE .......1 3.6B OPINIONS    4A PUBLIC RECORDS................ 5A SPORTS ....................10    13A WEATHER ................ 3A X trgmia Cachet o, began po keting Hie I ourthouse in support of the hunger strikers Die committee also organized a march from hike! Park near the at colent st enc to Main Plaza April 26. and have now spoken out for the rights of the st v rn month-old fetus Mrs Sauced* w as carry mg w hen she died I.ach of the three motions are identical. Allen .aid, except for tile name of the deceased at the top * Mis Hortencia Sauced*. Victoria Sauieda and Bulan Sauced.! Jr I The Texas Code of Criminal l*rocedures, Article I 07. allows for the judge to appoint an attorney pro tem” whenever an attorney for Hie state is disqualified U> act in am case or proceeding is .'o'jttl from th** county or district, or is otherwise unable to perform the duties of his office The motions stated Savage was given the probated sentence, and that 'motion was hostile aud resulted in pr otexts and demonstrations When t was announced no more prosecution would Im* had. further demonstrations im curred aud < onttnue), as well as a hungei strike the end result being a polarized community District Attoriu-v Bill St hroeder has adamantly refused to further prose* ult* Savage. Gut ojrened the door for the Attorney General's Office to take a look at the situation, and for Judge Pfeuffei to ajipomt a special prosecutor lilt motions also stated efforts of all concerned See SAX AGF., Page 16A Savage protest not the reason G.l. Forum here By DYANNI I MY Slab write# texas’ biggest Ibspaiiit veterans’ organization didn't clime to New Braunfels this weekend to sec the jut Ret line at tilt courthouse Ta tell the truth, members were attracted by the Tube Chute St att and regional officers of the Ament an til tar urn spent Friday evening on their balconies at ( amp Wartier k«\ < ast mg covetous eyes at the cool. green Comal River Saturday s meeting agenda fiad four hours set aside for water spirts, but State ( hair man F.dward Hcrnaldez wasn’t sure he wanted to walt that long I iii going to wait until everybody els** g«»es to bed. then go down there and try it out," he said with a ,',nn Rut Bernaldez admitted his group would probably end up talking a trout William Dale Savage's involuntary manslaughter trial, his sentence and the community s reat lion to tluit before the weekend session was over St e MIKI VI. Page ISA I Vt i s ; I V HI VS I VII XI (.I IS VI IIIMl MI I I i milt i/m x mi Vv I HS I I V# (I S V* HOS SOMAS I'M RI i s PIO I * foul ye if old Jason Luna (top photo) liars to separate a couple of fart, htooyy Machos friday at Fiesta Me mc ana at Pie Wur&th'jlle grounds in Lamia Park Right Cfi ti Morales grills skill bleaks to make fajitas Staff    bv    ( /tiff> Hh left danctris form tile /amnia Dante Company strut their stuff Die fiesta continues through Sunday and the dunce < ompany will perform at 4 p rn Difficult choices due if bond issue fails What happens if New Braunfels In* dependent School District voters reject the IR 86 million bond frat Rage Tuesday7 lit s hoping and optimistic that that won't happen, but NBISD Supt Oh Hendricks addressed that question There s a possibility that th** educational level will drop." he said I don’t like to pay taxes any mort Hum anyone e 1st* ..but we can expect tile community to continue to grow and for die prospec ts of trying to get the type of industry here < rn this areai dial we need we have to have a good educational system 'winch employers look for),” added Hen dricks Due to crowded classrooms, the district will also have to invest in more temporary buildings if the bond issue falls, he said Currently there are two temporary buildings in use at lone Star Primary and Seele Elementary Cost of these buildings is Iud! of what a regular classroom costs, Hendricks said One of the three propositions listed in Tuesday's bond package is a proposal designed to alleviate some of the district’s crowded conditions Proposition I, which accounts for pi 6 million of tile package, calls for con struction of a new elementary school and renovations and expansion of current campuses Proposition 2 calls for air-* onditinmng all schools including the new school listed in Proposition I This portion of the- package accounts for $2 million The third proposition is (or $360,000 to bt* used either to construct a new administrative building or else remodel the old high school on West Mill Street into office space, lf this measure passes, it will be up to school trustees to decide which alternative to take Hendricks is hoping all three w ill pass, hut if only a portion ta none of them pass, the sc-bool tm*rd aud administration will have to clit alc if they want to come back (with a bond issue i for the third time " Tile dish let has already had one bond election c untammg almost the same items That bond package amounted to $9 3 million and w as turned down by 168 votes lf only a portion of the pac kage passes, Hendricks said tile (bitnet “will do whatever passes.” Included among those who have worked the hardest lo promote the bond election, See St PPOKT, Page UA Fiesta Mexicana ;