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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Newspaper Archive: January 19, 1984 - Page 16

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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 19, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                11 New Braunfels January Continued from Page 1 and give this thing a correcting We abided by mostly out of respect for Robert Van But while were waiting for some we get hit with a twoyear contract extension and a year If people believe in theyve got to be The board didnt have to extend Willhelms contract Tuesday They should have waited until after the April Castell asked two different people Tuesday night if Willhelms contract was up for an She said including one board told her it was a routine evaluation done every January on the superin tendents Trustee David Boatner said Wed nesday that Willhelms contract was extended until July because we feel he is heading the district in the direction we Whos Caateel I understand there are people who support and the Concerned Taxpayers arent all the But theres an election in April that could have decided all If his supporters were then Willhelm would be entitled to an extension and a But if two or three people who represent the idea that CISD needs better leadership get then theyve already got a superintendent whos outoftune with his CISD fell victim to about eight months of controversy in fueled by a final exam interruption by two board Lack of com munication between the board and CISD personnel seemed to snowball the districts so an 11member advisory committee was given the task of sorting out actual shortcomings and suggesting some That committee completed its job in Its Van died on Thanksgiving The letters Casteels group promised to make public raise some questions about salary no substitutes for secretaries and and legal costs for pending suits against We mailed them our concerns so they would have the opportunity to take the necessary steps to correct these things without any outside pressure from the Casteel Thats the way the Advisory Committee wanted but now weve been betrayed in the Willhelms contract was to expire on July but with the boards that date has been extended until July Boatner also justified the raise WiiJ because Willhelm was not given one last General Working like beavers Continued from Page 1 No drugs or alcohol were found in the generals DiMaio Occassionally suicides are he These people who do this are under great emotional Sometimes what they do doesnt make He probably thought it might just pass off as a terrorist Two generals have been provided with bulletproof vests at Fort Sam where an Army Reserve twostar general was found bound and hanged last authorities But a base spokesman downplayed any connection between the two calling the protective gear merely a precautionary The vests have been issued to Floyd Baker and Bill commander and deputy commander of the Army Health Services spokesman Nelson Marsh said Marsh downplayed any connection between the purchase of the protective clothing and the death of Marsh said Baker and Leffler had been unaware that the vests were They did not order the body It was done by the staff as a precautionary he There have been no but I think people are still shook up over Ownbys The spokesman said the armor still remained in its plastic Contractors poured concrete last week for a which will someday hold back the smaller of two manmade lakes in Forest Waters The lakes will cover 10 acres of Stall photo by Dyanne fry formerly marshy A community clubhouse and recreation center will be built overlooking this Symbols of Variable rate Savings Continued from Page 1 tifying the jurors could place an undue hardship on those Kerr County District Attorney Ron Sutton was more specific about the possible There may be some crazy in the middle of the night call up and You better do that or the he told The microbiolgist said she worked in cancer research at the famed Mayo Clinic in Minnesota before moving to Central where she worked in quality assurance at a laboratory where in travenous solutions are She said her degree in medical microbiology involved the study of microorganisms that cause The jurors are a varied including a pastors wife and the wife of a retired Air Force fighter whose daughter Petti was Chelseas said she thinks a parent can better understand the special bond between parents and She said her daughter will testify Its been tough on everyone since the day she said who last saw Chelsea six days before the girl Asked what she thought when looking at Alexander I went to all the pretrial Ive looked at Theres no definable word for I just Does she think Jones murdered her grand daughter I wont answer that because I dont she The Jones trial was moved to Georgetown from Kerrville because of extensive Jones was indicted in the September 1982 infant death after an investigation of a series of mysterious illnesses of young children in San Antonio and She also faces charges of injuring several children in her The McClellan child died in an ambulance after suffering a seizure at the Kerrville clinic where Jones Jones also is charged in Bexar County with administering lifethreatening injections to a month old boy at the pediatric intensive care unit of San Antonios Medical Center where she was employed before moving to Continued from Page 1 hoping that it wont get in the way of any con He did the same thing with two venerable oaks off Tree Top Its been a labor of love for said Barrancos Barranco wasnt a close friend of but hes heard a lot about him from other Garden Ridge I dare say most of his contemporaries around here thought he was a little said Edda who bought and is in the process of restoring the doctors old A lot of ranchers around they had logging crews just coming in to cut down Holzapfel approached things in a different He was when he left the land to that it would be sold and eventually become part of the He knew that times were added She said she was glad Barranco got the and thinks that Holzapfel would approve of what hes doing with He really takes the utmost care to preserve the romantic flavor of the with winding roads and all I would have hated to see it chopped up in said DYANNE FRY Reynolds Tobacco Co Another first CENTURY 100 s Taste that delivers N THE MONEY SAVING pack LOOK Its a bird plane moreforyour money rUadfed HeraldZietung Warning The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your LIGHTS 10 LIGHTS 100s 12 FILTER 15 FILTER 100s 16 per cigarette by FTC   

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