oily Ow bawl v",eisord..• 'no 0Oft. AIM psispd ors ts, dontlal ratepayrns their interests will .71,1•• ,,,qmparmiroor L 4 ‘71 AO* 411:1=1,, *their•rtiwalwooaks sOrrioni farthei‘ eresahl sietrilkeria an, Nordosia at* .of tow; ppritsinass4 Gniar mad 111411arr/6111/4 MI6/Myra for rapreserstdral by csty actiernirri sod o era in rate mattyrs Cornrnittev Chairman Ray Faratav. :al fights :v4a.1 plan 1 9 '81 — A $29 million bilingual pro-, •:,-hools could destroy the state ‘stroyed," a member of the Gov- on Refugees told a senate coin- languages at the Tower of1 that nation who had forsaken: r. said. of multiple languages into our, Texas and the United States as, yed." president of the League of ican Citizens, said the programl irom unemployment or crime. ts learn, they are more likely to tOuates than early Junior high told the Senate Education Corn. diploma in hand, hispanic stu- dy to pursue a post secondary inn a life of structural unem- . worse, a life riddled with THE ONLY witne-.5 heard reed the bilingual education uan, D-Corpus Christi. alas from England fought Eng- 1," Strube said "In World War I rmany, Italy and Japan fought nd Japanese for freedom. We inguai officers or bilingual enlisted men in battle." San Antonio, replied that "in a ! a lot of Mexican-Americans :,nd got the highest number of s of Honor of any group." • ,Tv 4-# Airit *NNW VON* 1141** usii1.4140 tamo, "eel* Plit441 Pk, weakly 4111011pivnie0 Ttaimmr oaf la, aossemmesb* threesil *or trap.tuseirib et vor exogamy* grao frortpits. Attorney general rules disclosure a waste plant site not necessary H 0 USTON POST •-•••• .•..1 • Post ,4,44a Bureau AILfSTIN — The Gulf Coast Waste Dis- posal Authority does not have to disclose the k9,cation of a waste-treatment plant proposed, to be built within the author- ity'sjioupdaries, Texas Attorney General V...‘tic•White said Wednesday. L ,open records decision issued to L Jack Davis, the authority's gene-cal manager, White said state law shields the location from disclosure because the ' applicant was still negotiating for its ipureiwtee- when the opinion was sought. The request involved Big Chief Envi- ronmental Services Inc., which proposed recting a waste-treatment plant within the district's boundaries. The firm asked ,MAP- 19 '81 the authority to provide pollution-control devices at the plant, for which the au- thority in October issued pollution-con- trol bonds. A competitor of Big Chief asked GCWDA for a copy of the bond resolu- tion, which described the location of the proposed plant, whose purchase was still being negotiated at the time. Big Chief complained disclosure of the location of its proposed plant would compromise the negotiations. White told Davis as long as the site purchase had not been concluded, that portion of the bond resolution giving IN location did not have to be disclosed as part of the public record. White rejects move tc hire outside lawyers nAll AS NtWS 9 '81 AUSTIN (AP) — Prison officials have asked Atty. Gen. Mark White for permission to hire their own lawyers for the federal court suit attacking the constitutionality of Texas penitentiary opera- tions. White said, in effect, nothing doing. The Texas Board of Corrections wrote White a letter last Saturda) asking him to authorize it to hire outside counsel to represent the board, its in- dividual members and the entire prison system in the Ruiz vs. Estelle case. "I am going to consider hiring outside counsel. If I find somebody who would enhance our ability to win I would be willing to hire them. We've done it before in other cases and wouldn't hesitate to do it here." White said.