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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 410 286 All make the grade CISD teachers rehired Bulverde borrowing due soon By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Comal ISD trustees gave contract extensions for the 198586 school year to 337 teachers Monday along with assistant principals Will Bill Nicholas and Alton Krieg is assistant principal at Canyon High Nicholas at Smithson Valley High and Hanz at Canyon Middle All contract extension votes were including the one that suspended the districts mandatory requirement rule for Ruby She is a second grade teacher at Goodwin CISD roundup In other Bill Brown told the board that work could begin on June 1 on the construction of eight classrooms at Bulverde Elementary Trustees gave Brown the go ahead on March 11 to borrow to build eight permanent classrooms at Bulverde The architects would like to open bids on May award the contract on May 27 and begin work on June Brown adding that several local contractors had indicated an interest in bidding the There are presently seven portable buildings on the Bulverde Elementary The proposed addition would add square feet of permanent building and prevent the district from investing any more money into portable Were going to have to borrow the money for classrooms out there one way or the if the bond issue passes or Brown said on March He told trustees the immediate need at that campus could not wait on the time it would take to implement a bond but the costs could be listed in a bond package under The next bond issue workshop will be at Monday at Comal Brown said See Page 14 TIED UP IN GENEVA Chamber officials confirmed Monday that former senator and Texan of the Year John Tower left will not be able to attend Thursdays reception in his Tom Loeffler right will accept for currently in Geneva for strategic arms More Pages New Braunfels HeraldZeituno New Texas r Tuesday March 25 Cents 14 Pages Warner to lead Chamber West Texan to begin work Friday By PATRICIA YZNAGAKING Wire editor Chamber of Commerce officials have enthusiastically announced the appointment of William Bill Warner of Odessa as the organizations new executive vice He will begin work here Warner replaces former executive vice president Tom who left the chamber after more than 20 years to work in public relations for the Lower Colorado River Authority In He began work there March Chamber President John Doster announced the appointment adding and what a fine manager he is going to be for Doster said the chambers screening committee and board of directors unanimously chose Warner for the He added that there were about 30 applicants from around the for the and that the screening committee narrowed the field to eight applicants before choosing was the shining star of all the applicants we in Doster Warner has 11 years ex perience in West Texas chamber four of those as executive director of the Snyder Chamber of He also worked for the San Angelo and Odessa Warner left Snyder in 1982 to work as assistant to the chairman of the board for In terf irst Bank in Bill Warner with Chamber president John Doster Doster said Warner got glowing references from his former associates and described him as a diligent a behind the scenes Warner said he decided to leave West Texas after watching the oil industry drop The area had a poor financial outlook after years of and It was not hard to se that my fortune lay I just couldnt see taking a whole lot of that without doing something about Warner Warner said he had two im mediate goals for himself as the new chamber manager to meet with community the whole and allow business and community leaders to evalute These objectives are something that I have to Warner said He has other goals for the He said he would like to promote New Braunfels as a fun explaining that the area has national appeal as an attractive He will also study the citys potential for increasing Warner said he was happy to return to chamber business after two Its really hard to say why you miss the he But he said he enjoyed chamber See Page 14 Close vote due on MX WASHINGTON AP The MX survivor of more than a decade of controversy and headed today for a crucial congressional showdown with Senate backers holding a thin But even with President Reagan counting on an intense personal lobbying campaign to see him through a makeorbreak the outcome in the politically splintered Senate remained too close to An Associated Press survey of all 100 senators showed showed 45 senators ready to vote for the MX or leaning strongly in that direction with 43 opposed and 12 A respected Senate vote assistant Democratic leader Alan Cranston of says the contest is even tighter with 48 probable votes for 47 probable against it and five still This vote is an ab solutely makeor break presidential spokesman Larry Speakes Vice President George whose vote last year broke a Senate tie and staved off an MX was if for a repeat On Bush repeated the theme that has had the most telling effect in the even among lawmakers who view the MX as a and strategically destabilizing weapon See Page 14 Soviets hold fullscale session Switzerland AP and Soviet arms control negotiators met today for more than 22 their longest meeting dealing with substantive issues since talks on reducing nuclear arms opened a week Max the chief smiled and waved at a handful of waiting reporters as he was driven from the Soviet mission in a grey sedan at with fellow negotiators John Tower and The superpower negotiators decided to hold the next such session Standing up for the poor Inside Ezekiel Torres successor to be chosen Wednesday BY LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Election for the Comal County representative of the a position held by the late Ezekiel Torres until his will be held Wednesday at Laurel The representative of the a board member of the Community Council of South Central attends board meetings and acts as a liaison between the recipients of the nonprofit agencys services and its We hope that those who wish to run for this position make a sincere commitment to attend the meetings which are only four times a year They will be an important link in our Louis executive director of the Guadalupe manager of the councils Comunity Service is accepting names of Comal County residents who are interseted in the Nominations will be taken from the floor Ezekiel Torres died this year after serving on the board of the Com munity Council for five or six His work with the community council offered many opportunities to make the system serve those it was in tended to Ramirez Torres performed a valuable function for the not just in trying to get programs here that they but once we had a grant for a he gave a lot of input to the planning and evaluation of existing the director If complaints were brought to Torres about abuses in the he did more than pass it He helped head up the investigation in many the executive director Before being a member of the board he was part of the neigh borhood Barrios that we are reorganizing into self help Ramirez City councilman Valdemar who once worked on the staff of the Community Council and now is a board member on the remembered Torres as the See Page 14 County splits furniture bd among 3 firms County comissioners Monday awarded the new jail furniture bid to three each which was the apparent low bidder in one Comal Office Products of New Braunfels was the low bid for category I which was regular manufactured office A representative of Comal Office Products present at the com missioners court promised to deliver the furniture in 65 Competitors were Wayne Myers of Edna bidding and Centex of New Bruanfels bidding In category II highdensity storage TAB Products of San Antonio was apparent low bidder at Wayne Myers also bid this at In the case of TAB their product may exceed the architect Chris whose staff evaluated the bids to make sure they met the In category custommade Wayne Myers was the only bidder with This ends the three month attempt to get specifications and bids on the jail The first specfications and bids had to be thrown out last month when the commissioners decided that too many verbal and numerical additions to the written bids had been necessary to compare the two Wayne Myers had written the specifications and then bid the leaving the commissioners with no expert to evaluate the These were written from manufacturer specifications that sometimes obscured what piece of furniture was being DiStefano took he specifications and simplified dividing the furniture into three categories to encourage firms that supplied items in one but not others to make partial LILLIAN THOMAS Water Watch Comal cfs up 4 Canyon cfs down 2491 Canyon Dam outflow cts Isamel Edwards tup Canyon Lake level Todays Weather It will be cloudy today with a 20 percent chance of showers and a high near Winds will be gusty from the Tonights low will drop to the mid with a 70 percent chance of Wed nesdays high will be in the upper Yesterdays high was 69 and this mornings low was Sunset today will be at and sunrise tomorrow at CLASSIFIED 1113 COMICS DEAR ABBY 11 DEATHS HOROSCOPE OPINIONS SPORTS STOCKS 14 TV LISTINGS 10 WEATHER at 11 Thursday at the offices of the Arms Control and Disar mament a spokesman A who asked not to be earlier described todays meeting as a fullscale session involving 21 negotiators from each The Soviet team is headed by Victor The spokesman said he could not comment on the meetings agenda because he did not want to break the confidentiality rule agreed by the two See Page 14 Sea World to build in SA area SAN ANTONIO AP Sea a water park thwarted in its first attempt to locate southeast of San has struck a million deal to build a facility southwest of the companys chairman announced William in a telephone call to Mayor Henry said Sea World and a companion water play park known as Sea World Surf would be located on a 417acre site on We believe it is an ideal said chairman of Harcourt Brace which owns Sea in a telephone call from company headquarters in told Cisneros the land would be purchased from Concord Oil a San Antoniobased energy and land investment The scheduled for opening in April will employ up to Jovanovich Sea World 9 announced plans to build a million aquatic park on a 500acre tract in southeast Bexar See SEA WORLD Page 14
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