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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 1, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas Com it rntoh box 1983 in review There were plenty of big stories in but one dominated them all the seemingly endless saga of William Dale an Army private while in struck and killed four members of the Ruben Sauceda family as they walked along the IH 35 frontage The accident happened in but the legal issues and hearings which followed Savages trial in April dominated the spring and summer of See Page CISD gets second chance in Cogdill appeal case By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Comal ISO may get another chance at shooting down an appeal by former Smithson Valley High School principal Lilla Mae whose contract was not renewed in The district has submitted a motion that leads a Texas Education Agency official to believe that CISD officials were not aware of the gravity of a 9 hearing on the Based on evidence presented hearing officer Judy Underwood recommended in November that Cogdills appeal of her nonrenewal be CISD has submitted a motion for a hearing on the merits of the Mark director of the Texas Education Agencys hearing and appeals said In weve asked that CISD supplement that motion by In the Robinett said CISD must show that relevant and material evidence was not presented at a 9 hearing on Cogdills appeal to her who served as SVHS principal for two was nonrenewed by CISD trustees March 15 after a fourhour executive Revelant and material evidence means not unduly repetitious those are the magic he adding that CISD must also show why the evidence was not presented at the original If CISD meets the 10 deadline on the basis of time and then the motion for a hearing on See Page 12A XiV New ntinffh Braunfels Now Texas SUNDAY January 50 cents 93 1 62 Sections USPS 377880 Pershing missiles pointed at Soviet Union West Germany AP Western Europes first Pershing 2 nuclear missiles are ready to be fired on but will be immediately destroyed if the Union scraps its own mediumrange the West German Defense Ministry said The Army refused to confirm or deny the Defense Ministrys report In where the missiles are deployed 30 miles east of police dragged away 10 to 20 protesters who tried to block the main gate of the Army No major protests were Peter Kurt the Defense Ministrys 2 told The Associated Press in a telephone The first American battery of nine Pershing 2 rockets is ready for action in West Wuerzbach said the missiles would be Inside TodaysWoather The last day of 1983 will be sunny and warmer than the past two weeks have with a high near SO and winds from the southeast at 1015 miles per Expect increasing cloudiness Saturday with a chance of fog and a low in the Sunday will be cloudy and medium with a chance of light rain or Sunrise Saturday will be at immediately dismantled and destroyed if the Soviet Union agreed to a verifiable and comparable step in arms Military sonrceft previously have said deployment was proceeding according to NATOs decision in 1979 to have the first of the Pershing 2s ready for firing if necessary by the end of 1983 unless significant progress was made in arms talks with the NATO began deploying 572 Pershing 2 and cruise missiles in Western Europe this and the Soviets suspended the arms talks last month in Separate talks on limiting both long range nuclear weapons had been under way but no new session of those talks has been Officials of NATO say deployment can be halted and missiles dismantled if there is an arms agreement with the But Moscow refuses to resume talks unless the Western alliance first gives up its new NATO decided the new arsenal was needed to counter a recent Soviet buildup of more than 350 SS 20 rockets able to strike the European The more accurate and more mobile Pershing 2s are replacing 108 Pershing 1 As in West Germany Wellinformed sources in Bonn indicated that more Pershing 2 components are expected to arrive in early Over the next five NATO plans to deploy 464 Tomahawk cruise missiles in Western Europe 160 in 112 in 96 in West and 48 each in Belgium and the The British government refused on Friday to confirm whether its first cruise missiles were Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has said they would be set up by the end of Sixteen of Italys cruise missiles are expected to be made operational in Belgiums contingent is not scheduled to become ready for firing until The year In sports New Museum A million dollar international rouMum after Noahs Ark will be con structed near tha pita whtre a group of resear chtrs claims to have found evidence that knocks down the theory of Page 3A Free the Canyon hit 14 cMl free throws in the fourth Quarter tmarttil Improvement over the rest of tMa eeeson w to post a victory over Mirtto rails Friday In CLASSIFIED 710i INTfRTAlNMCNT 10A 2A Warm New Year Record cold snap may let up soon By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The end was in sight Friday to a record cold snap blamed for at least 37 deaths across millions of dollars in damage to the states vegetable and citrus croops and countless headaches for homeowners fighting broken water The forecast called for a gradual warming trend into the holiday but the frigid breath of winter dropped temperatures to record lows in at least 14 Texas cities early including where an 11degree reading set a 20thcentury record for that South Texas San Antonio fell to 9 a record for Other daily records set Friday included 10 at Abilene 16 at Austin 12 at College Station 18 at Corpus Christi 15 at Del Rio 7 at the DallasFort Worth Regional Airport 19 at Houston 12 at Midland 4 at San Angelo 15 at Victoria 9 at Waco and 4 at Wichita one city where the daily record low remained intact was at where the mer cury hit 5 degrees at three degrees above the 1911 low for the Twenty different temperature records have been broken so far this month in it looks like were getting to a gradual warming trend up to where well have normal temperatures next and it should be dry with only chance of showers in East Texas on meterologist Michael Mach A gas turned up to battle temperatures in the was blamed for the death of a 9yearold Sweetwater girl early Investigators said Julie Anderson was trapped in the upstairs bedroom of her familys twostory house and died when she refused to jump from a While growers in the Lower Rio Grande Valley continued totaling up the damage from a Christmas Eve freeze that wrought havoc on the states vegetable and citrus Texas homeowners See Page 12A The big chill has had impact on plants as well as people By DORIAN MARTIN Staff wriUr With temperatures dipping to record man is not the only one risking life and limb from prolonged exposure to the Area plant nurseries are feeling the effect of the cold with of freezing broken pipes and cold Two local nurseries reported damage to greenhouse plants because of faulty Jackie Caddell of Palm Garden Center said the business had lost to worth of indoor You Just cant kaep that greenhouse that warm whan it gats down to 1012 Caddell adding that the cover is not going to keep the cold from penetrating The 26 degree temperature still nipped them pretty Caddell Landa Garden Center also has heating thanks to a heater which didnt said Wayne The plants are although they will have to be nipped We normally dont get seven days of freezing he Despite the outdoor plants are still thriving for those two We just keep them watered good and Caddell I cant tell of anything right Its See Page UA NO THANKS IH DRIVING Stall photo by John Senter The message is clear even without words New signs urge drivers to stay sober and safe By DYANNE FRY Staff writer The sign is small by Interstate but it catches the A stylized cocktail wine glass and beer mug sit inside the in ternational dont do it A legend underneath reads No Im It isnt but it might make New Years Eve partiers think Thats the at of the Texas Department of Highways and Public which decided four months ago to try the signs on an experimental With the Department of Public Safety predicting 39 traffic deaths this a few more safety reminders couldnt Comal County was the first in the 16county test area to receive the They put ours up the last part of said resident engineer His super district traffic engineer Herman Gadeke of San made that and Hasert admitted the impending Wurstfest celebration had something to do with He did say he sent the first signs to in an effort to cover Wurst Hasert Two signs were mounted in the Free Rides Offered In an eftort to make 1984 a happy new yuar Carnal Taxi and Delivery is offering a tree ride home tor any Now Brauntotstr who overdoes il K somebodys had too much to drink in somebody elses a a a night club wherever they it doesnt matter have somebody take their keys away trom them and call a said Hannelota owner and manatjei at the Comal Well be running all as long as they need The free service is altered only within New Braunfels The phone number is 625 6219 one on each side of IH near the exit points for the rest stop south of New Hasert says thats where he was instructed to put At the same time those signs were each county in the test area also received three or four larger signs bearing the If you dont If you dont Local engineers were authorized to put those signs where they would do the most good anywhere but on the Hasert put two on Ixop one on Texas 46 and one on 46 coming into The mugandglass symbol printed on the smaller signs is not something original to the highway See Page 12A
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