New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Changes Including promotions and a new director for the visitors bureau are announced by Tom Pur-dum, left, president of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce. Accepting new positions are, from left, Executive Vice President Michael Meek, Vice President of Special Projects Bonnie Tetrault, Director of Convention and Visitors Bureau Jim Scheele Jr. and Director of Operations Beverly Giacoletti. (Photo by Frances Bridges)
Chamber leadership changes include new titles, promotions
New titles and a new appointment have been announced by Tom Pur-dum, president of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce.
The newest member of the chamber’s management staff is Jim Scheele Jr., who has accepted the position of director of Convention and Visitors Bureau, Purdum said.
In restructuring the staff, Purdum with approval of the board created the position of executive vice president to assist in industrial development and other assigned duties. Purdum announced that Michael Meek, formerly director of the C&VB has been elevated to that position. Bonnie Tetrault has been assigned the position of vice president of special projects and Beverly Giacoletti has been promoted to director of operations.
Scheele, living most of his life in New Braunfels, is a graduate of New Braunfels High School and received his BA degree from Southwest Texas State University, where he majored in journalism with concentration on public relations. Scheele worked his way through college performing a
variety of jobs and receiving assistance as a recipient of a Hermann Sons’ scholarship. He worked briefly for an advertising agency in San Antonio and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, assisting the managing editor and news director.
Meek is a native Texan and holds a BBA in management and marketing from Texas A&I University. He joined the chamber staff in October 1988 as director of CV&B.
Tetrault is in her second stint with the chamber, having joined the staff originally in 1982 and leaving for a two-year period to manage a local resort condominium. Tetrault worked her way up to the position of director of internal affairs and now vice president of special piojects.
Giacoletti is a New Braunfels native and joined the chamber staff as
bookkeeper in 1984. During her tenure, she has held the position of office manager and now has been promoted to director of operations, in charge of all secretarial personnel.
“The primary reason for restructuring and adding to the management staff is to handle the increasing workload and the growth of the Small Business Council and the critical need for concentration on industrial development,” Purdum said. “The demands from the visitor industry consume a major portion of management and secretarial staff lime, but now we’ll be able to give more attention to the growing needs from the small business community and the highly competitive industrial development arena.”
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Herakl-Zf/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, February 20, 1991 Page 5Pravda says Yeltsin’s actions feed flame of Soviet struggle
claim his own ambitions and aspirations that arc far from the goals of democratization, renewal of our society and perestroika,” Pravda said.
State-run television, seeking to present both sides of the issue, today broadcast a recording of Soviet legislators condemning Yeltsin. In speeches to the legislature, the Supreme Soviet, deputies accused the Russian president of seeking confrontation.
Gorbachev has acquired from the legislature the power to rule by decree ami lately took a more law and-ordcr stand in dealing with a collapsing economy, restive republics and ethnic violence.
The moves have appealed to hard-line Communists but angered reformers, some of whom have quit his govern ment. Yeltsin’s remarks echoed those of Eduard A. Shevardnadze, who resigned as foreign minister in December warning of a coming “dictatorship.”
Shevardnadze blamed Gorbachev’s shift away from reform on intense pressure from the military and the Old Guard in the Communist Party, but Yeltsin blamed Gorbachev.
MOSCOW (AP) — The main Communist Party newspaper today accused Russian President Boris Yeltsin of worsening the Soviet Union’s political crisis by calling for the first time for Mikhail Gorbachev to resign.*
Yeltsin — leader of the largest, richest and most populous republic — made the appeal in a nationally televised interview Tuesday. He said the Soviet president was sacrificing reform to gain personal power and establish a dictatorship.
”1 warned in 1987 that Gorbachev has in his character a tendency to absolute personal power,” Yeltsin said. “He has done all that and has led the country to a dictatorship, giving it a pretty name: presidential rule.”
The Communist daily Pravda said it was a case of the pot calling the kettle black, that it was Yeltsin who was seeking power and glory.
“The position taken by Yeltsin doesn’t inspire optimism,” the newspaper commented. "Moreover, it makes the situation which is already tense, more strained.
“There is no doubt that Yeltsin is using all means to