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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 8, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas tt hitch box 45W Former principal wins first found over Comal ISD By DEBBIE DsLOACH Staff writer Former Smithson Valley High School principal Ulla Mae Cogdill has won round one against her former Comal In dependent School Texas Education Agency hearing officer Judy Underwood recommended that Com missioner of Education Raymon Bynum grant Cogdills appeal of her nonrenewal by Comal ISD trustees last She released her conclusions of law to Cogdill and Comal ISD officials who served as Smithson Valley principal for two was nonrenewed by trustees March 15 after a fourhour executive Underwood concluded that Cogdill was a nonprobationary administrator at the time of her and that CISDs action violated Section and Section of the Term Contract NonRenewal Back in CISC Edgar Willhelm said that Cogdills argument was that her contract was not She came here in March of and was not renewed in March of Willhelm State law defines probationary contracts at two but the commissioners interpretation of that law will ultimately determine the outcome of her Willhelm said Cogdills contract was not based on overall observation of the board acted on my which was At the time she hired an outoftown attorney for Cogdill said she had never been officially notified why her contract was not A spokeswoman for the TEAS Hearing and Apppeals Division stressed Tuesday that Underwoods based on a hearing was not a final She said CISD has 20 days from receipt of Underwoods proposal to file an Then as has 15 days to reply to those After that span of the commissioner will render his decision based on she If the commissioners decision is in Cogdills that would mean that her contract with CISD is still valid and New Braunfels New Texas HeraldZcituntt 92 222 14 Pages TUESDAY 1983 25 cents USPS 377880 MALDEF hails city plan By DYANNE FRY Staff writer The settlement of the Torres City of New give local MexicanAmericans a real chance at fair City Council say plaintiffs in the Local citizen Ezequiel speaking at a Monday morning press conference in San said he would have preferred to see seven singlemember But hes willing to accept the three atlarge plan outlined in the It says the three atlarge council members will be elected by not This gives strong potential to the minority community to place a candidate in one of those said Judith attorney for the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education which filed the suit on behalf of the local Although Im not really happy with the 43 at least weve come down to the table of negotiations and come up with a plan in the best in terests of Torres they you cant have all the We have our part of Coplaintiff Aguinaldo Zamora also attended the press conference in MALDEFs San Antonio the civil rights group announced the settlement of the New Braunfels which was approved by the City Council on It also announced settlements in discrimination suits filed against the City of Port Lavaca and the Calhoun County Independent School The plan outlined in the New See Page 13 Australian partnership explored Blast Capitol Hill Friendship gift Mayor Skip Stratemann presents a bag of burr oak acorns to Libby who represented the Premier of South Australia at a welcoming ceremony Sunday at the Civic Ellis was in New Braunfels to discuss developing of a sister Staff photo by Cindy Richardson town relationship between New Braunfels and South The acorns came from Stratemanns greatgrandfathers and are to be used to plant a friendship WASHINGTON AP A shaken Senate convened today despite piles of rubble outside the chamber doors caused by a premidnight explosion that opened a gaping hole in an inside Capitol ripped through congressional cloakrooms and damaged irreplaceable works of Senate Majority Leader Howard told colleagues had the Senate been in session at the time of the 11 there surely would have been grave injury loss of life to senators and The FBI said the blast was caused by a high explosive device with a delayed As FBI investigators searched the debris in the sealedoff second floor of the a fresh bomb scare was reported today forcing part of the House side of the Capitol to be House staffers and chefs and waitresses at the House restaurant were House sources said the extra security measures were being taken because a telephone call had been received that a bomb had been planted near the House oh the first we had a second bomb said Capitol Police who declined to give any further Theodore the special agent in charge of the Washington FBI field told a news con ference that analysts had not yet determined whether the bomb that rocked the Senate was It was a high explosive device with delayed Gardner He said the FBI and local police agencies are conducting a joint investigation Had the Senate been in session at the time of the 11 there surely would have been grave injury loss of life Howard to determine who was He said that the group claiming credit the Armed Resistance Unit was the same group that had claimed responsibility for a recent blast at Fort McNair in the District of He said the FBI knew nothing else about the What happened last evening will not deter us from transacting the nations Baker told colleagues as the Senate met a scheduled 9 convening But he did say that he and Senate Democratic Leader Robert whose office doors were blown down in the would meet later today to consider tighter security Baker later told reporters that video tapes from a hallway television monitoring system are being reviewed to see when the device was planted and perhaps who was in He that he was not absolutely certain the area of the blast was covered by the Although last nights bomb produced no structural damage to the it apparently damaged or See Page 13 Inside Todays Weather Over a town still soggy from Sundays gully skies will be partlyto mostlycloudy through Wednesday with winds from the Theyll shift to the north sometime Wednesday blowing 1520 miles per hour and possibly dropping temperatures into the 40s by Thursday There is a 20 percent chance of showers when the front comes Winds today will measure 10 mph and 510 mph Sunset today will be at and sunrise Wednesday at Commercial Glitches One sunshiny and savory Kelloggs Cornflakes television commercial in the United States and Britain was reduced to an empty cereal bowl after other European countries attached assorted Page 10 DEAR TV New post office due in Spring Branch A new Post Office is in the works for Spring Postmaster Shirley Eismann has The Postal Service has acquired an option to buy a site for the new facility at the southeast corner of 281 and FM Eismann The property is owned by and Herbert The Postal Service will soon ask for construction bids to build and lease a new post office building containing square feet of interior floor space on the The building will be built with private funds and leased to the Postal The option to buy the which contains square will be assigned to the successful Jonas wants open hearing Precinct 3 Constable Lester who lost his security job with Comal ISD has asked for an open hearing to clear his But CISD officials arent going to We dont have Edgar Willhelm There is no state law that says we have to give noncertified personnel a So were going to let him take it through the court process that hes already Jonas has filed a slander suit against a Bulverde couple for at least in connection with his CISD Michael and Janie parents of Kevin and Keith are named as defendants in the Jonas suit claims that slanderous statements made by and McCoy to CISD officials and law enforcement officers were respon sible for his loss of and may have jeopardized any future employment See Page 13 Time to vote Monty Goodell signs in with election workers at Eagles Hall this morning to cast Sull photo by Cindy fUchirdion his ballot in the constitutional amendments polling page Reagan to talk trade issues in trip to Korea WASHINGTON AP President embarking on a whirlwind visit to is underscoring East West security issues and a dangerous imbalance in while in Japan and South massive security forces are being mobilized to protect The president and his wife were leaving Washington this on the first leg of a flttday trip to Tokyo and A refueling stop was planned in It was reported that Japanese police seized detailed plans by a radical leftist group to raid the Embassy in Tokyo and the Navy base in Yokosuka before or during the presidents A force was mobilized in In South an increased state of military alert was North Korea has said the presidents visit is a very dangerous war in an interview with Fuji Television of Japan on acknowledged that the United States and Japan have some differences with regard to He called for looser and pointed out that there is a dangerous imbalance in The imbalance is expected to reach billion in Japans favor next While trade issues are a continuing sore point in the president is unlikely to return from his trip next Monday with any new agreements limiting Japanese shipments to the United States or increasing the share of the market in People are concerned about the trade aspects of the seeking more open but the president is not going over there to haggle for more said one White House referring to the interest in increasing its shipment of grapefruits and other citrus produce to Japan Under a recently announced Japan will limit its exports of automobiles to the United States next year to million The statement was said by Japanese sources to be timed to alleviate the issue as a source of contention during Reagans In the television Reagan also said that a strong a Japan able to manage more of its own will be a great factor for stability in that whole area of the
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