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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2A a HeraldZeitung rj Friday November Consolidation From Page 1A toArlcdgc He said he didnt have the heart for Waldrip said I asked him before he made a final decision on anything to think and consider something like civil Waldrip said he talked to Arledge because he has a good reputation as a good attorney I know he is a very hard working honest person who I know is kind of tired of running his own office and would kind of like to get into something the District Attorney elect said With that knowledge I said Hey we need to Waldrip denied there was any kind of underthetable deal She Casteel is afraid a bunch of wheeling and dealing is going on but absolutely Waldrip said Why is it upsetting to talk to very qualified people I have talked to a dozen or so better attorneys who I feel are very competent and can handle the legal complicated litigation needs of the The unanimous vote by Commissioners Court came a day after a workshop session on Wednesday turned into sharp exchanges between Casteel and Reimer over the firings of Assistant County Attorney Stephanie Smith Burris and Yolanda DAntuono a docket clerk with the County Attorneys office The terminations take effect Jan I Waldrip has drawn up two options for savings under a combined criminal district attorneys office Under option one would be saved and the office would include the criminal district attorney two investigators and support staff Under the second plan in savings would be achieved because one criminal investigator would be eliminated leaving six assistant attorneys one investigator and support staff Casteel said she still wants to support the concept of consolidation but that she is uneasy because of what she perceives as backroom deals Reimer has said consolidation would save between to in indirect savings I will support consolidation if it in fact is in the best interests of the county saves money at the same time provides the services we have been providing and doesnt cause hardship on the Casteel said It appears the consolidation plan is being driven by a motive to make sure Bill Reimer has a job at the DAs office after After the workshop hearing on Wednesday Waldrip said he would consider keeping Reimer as a criminal misdemeanor prosecutor even on a temporary basis so that he could get Reimers experience and advice on running the District Attorneys Office Reimer emphatically denied Casteels claim that he has already been hired as a prosecutor binder Waldrip Dib has always made it clear after I resign as county attorney on September 1 it is a new ball Reimer said I will be only one in a group of many to be considered for the If he wants me to stay on I will stay on But I would be on probation like anyone else No deal has been cut There has never been a Reimer said he has many job alternatives endoptions after he resigns as county attorney and that he will pursue them Waldrip said personality issues have gotten in the way of the issue of consolidation People have allowed their personal feelings to impede their professional Waldrip said Womens chamber to elect officers Tuesday The New Braunfels Womens Chamber of Commerce is having an organizational meeting to elect its board Tuesday evening at the Pinto Ranch Grill A mixer will begin at 6 and the meeting will follow at Ginger Purdy and other members of the San Antonio Womens Chamber of Commerce will speak For more information call Susan Phillips at 6095030 Coming Soon Wednesday Ja Saturday November 1 vopri w Free Pool 37 M 306 FM 2673 9643992 Whos 40 WW You I Emily Joe TODAS PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Divine Comedy author 6 Paste 10 Verve 14 Elephant tusk 15 Landlords fee 16 BIT dressing 17 Twister or Multiplicity 18 Write on glass 19 Stack 20 Gulp down 22 Generous 24 Diamond 25 Happen again 26 Speed up 30 Cloudbursts 34 Clue 35 Boundless 37 Company of soldiers 38 Morsel 39 Greet 41 scarce 42 Selfconfidence 44 Dilly 45 spumante sparkling wine 46 Mysteriously different 48 Albertas capital 50 Some Middle Easterners 52 Place 53 Swiftly 56 Admires 60 Mideast gulf 61 Type of golf club 63 Actress Dickinson 64 Exhaust 65 Frigid 66 Creature of folklore 67 Small earring 68 Units 69 Relieved DOWN PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED BdEJB HKffiBH nnmn DSQHH III I U Ml I IHIOIOITIEIRI SBHH HUES HfflHOllS SSH HUHSH fflDSraBEl GOOD EIHSH HECS HBiiass ranmEU JSIHIAITmEf IT AILHR N Becomes faint Declare Scotia Warbled Kohl target HHGQHHH OQffi KlflBD JAIMIEILII lOIRIAITlEMBlOlATRl 6 Got bigger 7 Allow to 8 Sam 9 Moral code 10 Ruler 11 Animals home 12 Clan of the Cave Bear heroine 13 Christmas song 21 Complexion shade 23 Mesa 25 Frees from danger 26 Wed secretly GODfflfl HQQDH1E3 BPQSH UHHSa OBQ0H SSHH 1996 United Feature Syndicate 91096 27 Copier manufacturer 28 Outdoor area 29 Lofty 31 Certain celebrity dinner 32 Byword 33 Portugals neighbor 36 Didnt keep a secret 39 Eerie 40 Childhood malady 43 Discolored 45Aerial 47 Patchwork cat 49 Blackout 51 Poet Lord 53 Dock dwellers 54 Mine entrance 55 Andes country 56 Terminates 57 Psyche parts 58 Silent performer 59 Fruit pit 62 Grand Opry Police search for 14yearold who ran away from city home Obituaries From Staff Reports The New Braunfels Police Department is looking for a 14year old girl who ran away from home late Thursday afternoon and may have gone to the San Antonio Airport The information we have is she was taken there by a taxi Sgt John McEachem said this morning McEachern said San Antonio police were contacted and officers continued to work on the case A followup report on Thursday nights activities has not been filed yet which is not unusual McEachern said Jewel L Pfeil of Canyon Lake departed this life to be with her Lord and Savior on November 14 1996 at the age of years at Eden Home Funeral services will be Saturday November 16 at Canyon Lake United Methodist Church at 11 with burial to follow in Cranes Mill Cemetery Visitation will be from 3 Friday until 9 Saturday at Zoeller Funeral Home Six congressional candidates gear up for runoff elections HOUSTON AP Here we go again the red white and blue yard signs the blitz of radio and TV ads the newspaper endorsements Campaign season ended last week in other parts of the country but theres still nearly a month to go in Southeast Texas Three House seats remain up for grabs because of a decision by a panel of federal judges to redraw district boundaries to correct redistricting Because no one candidate in those three races emerged from the courtordered Nov 5 special election with more than half the vote the top two votegetters advanced to a Dec 10 runoff No matter the outcome of those runoffs the GOP will win at least one of the contested seats Two Republicans are pitted against each other in an unusual race to succeed Republican Jack Fields WL HOME Wtortti Margaret Julianne Maria Wierth of New Braunfels passed away Sept 1 1996 She was born Aug 10 1908 A memorial service will be held Saturday Nov 16 1996 at Faith United Church of Christ at Loop 337 and Common Have you given to the United Way 1996 Christmas Market New Braunfels Civic Center 380 South Seguin Friday Nov 22 10 7 Saturday Nov 23 10 6 Sunday Nov 24 11 5 Featuring a CONCENTRATED COMMERCIAL CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EXTRAVAGANZA Where even Santa comes to Food Decorations and gifts that are Unique Fun Exciting Fancy Admission All Three Days Under 10 FREE T5 Benef Duck Head O Factory Outlet NE DAY SALE Saturday Only Plus Early Bird Coupon 10 Till 2 20 Off Entire Purchase Excludes Sale Items Must Present Time of Purchase Coupon Expires across from Mar FOR THE Great k Savings Throughout A7 PC Conttmporary Room Package by Rlvtr Oaks Overstuffed design for extra comfort Attached pillow arm and oak finished wood trim Covered in velvet fabric Group includes sofa loveseat 2 lamps cocktail and 2 end tables i 90336 7 PC Tree Car iRIwrOaksTPc KM W BMpWVN VH Contemporary styled sofa and loveseat with overstuffed attached pillow arms 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