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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 14, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas                                2A HERALDZEntTNG FEBRUARY 1993 Plaintiffs of suspect family seek to subpoena former president Coalition of Black Democrats endorse Bob Krueger in May bid for Senate seat Associated Prsss HOUSTON Plaintiffs in a lawsuit involving a family whose dealings with Libya and Iraq are under federal investigation want to subpoena former President Bush for a An application filed in a Hous ton state court asks that Bush be required to give a deposition in the case of Ihsan the Houston Chronicle reported The parties filing the applica tion Friday contend Bush is known to have pertinent and material evidence relevant to the central issues of the Andrew a spokesman for Bush in Houston where the former president now could not be reached for comment Sat State District Judge Eileen ONeill is expected to hear argu ments on the application next Federal officials have alleged that Barbouti and his eldest Haidar used several companies as fronts to export petroleum with both industrial and military applica to Libya and Barbouti reportedly died in July but he is alleged to have feigned his death and gone into Several former business asso ciates have filed lawsuits in three states against Barbouti interests claiming they were defrauded through illegal export Last a jury in Houston found the Barboutis liable for more than million to Bruce Munden of Dallas and his Pipeline Recovery Systems The application filed Friday pertains to a lawsuit filed on behalf of Rig Structures Supply and three former Barbouti associates or employees Arthur Bob McCurdy and James Olen all of The document says there is no intent to embarrass or harass but the plaintiffs want to question him about several including knowledge he may have about the alleged activities of Ihsan and Haidar Barbouti in procuring materials for atomic and chemical weapons projects in alleged attempts in 1988 to arrange a secret meet ing between Momamar Gadhafi and then Presidentelect Nations inspectors discovery of documents in Iraq allegedly linking Haidar Barbouti and his father to militaryrelated Associated Prsss AUSTIN The Texas Coali tion of Black Democrats Satur day endorsed interim Bob Krueger in a May 1 special election for the seat vacated by Lloyd Following speeches by Krueger and former attorney general Jim both the group voted 6429 to back Sixty percent was need ed to win the endorsement People like Mattox and they like but they feel that its better to show some cohesiveness in the party by supporting one said Booker president of the who has already received the endorsement of the State Democratic Execu tive Committee and most other party urged the coalition to join in backing Its not going to be a snap to win this We have to have a united Democratic Party if we want to keep a Democratic sena tor from Texas in he Krueger also told the group he would be heading up a committee to recommend applicants for 12 federal judge He asked for suggestions and promised to be affirmatively active to see that those people whove not been represented on the bench before will be Mattox blasted Kruegers voting record while they both served in Congress in the saying they sharply dif fered on food jobs and He charged that Krueger has since changed his position on several I believe in religious conver but most of the time that comes in not he Mattox also touted his record in minority hiring as attorney saying his office employed more Hispanics and women attorneys than the top 10 law firms in Texas com Krueger discounted criticism about his focusing on the support hes received from other Democratic I dont think I have to explain my votes when they satisfy Bar bara he About a dozen people have announced their intentions to challenge who was appointed to the seat by Ann Jordan Continued from 1A ner with Fulbright and Jaworski law firm in Austin Robert Executive BryanCollege Economic Development David Harlin gen Chamber of Commerce will moderate the Senator Bob Krueger will give the national perspective on job creation in America at the noon He will be introduced by the conference Advisory Committee Max LBJ School of Public Univer sity of Texas at a longtime partici pant in the said This grassroots forum has continually attracted quality speakers addressing timely Perhaps it is the diversity of the audience that stimulates the speakers to be unusually candid in their com ments and in their responses dur ing the sessions that follow each The conference was created by the Greater New Braunfels Ridge Continued from 1A Garden Ridge Mayor Jay Mil likin told the council that he was not authorized to release infor mation about Barranco and the property The mayor was given no authority to mention any of this this Millikin and I find it interesting that three members of the council were giv en the authority to release it and the chief executive officer of the city had no authority to release it Switzer then made a motion to cease any further actions regard ing the development until an investigation was The motion passed In other the council approved the acceptance of City Secretary Carolyn Clawsons res ignation to be effective Clawson had originally intend ed to announce the effective date of her resignation as being OApril but said she had a change of heart and announced that her resignation would take effect in two With the board voted unanimously to approve the agen da item to accept Clawsons res according to Council woman Ruby With great The next item of business called for the discussion and action to appoint a city Councilman Reed Switzer told the council that there was no need to solicit for the position when the city already employed quali fied We have two people in the city right now both of whom are well and I dont see any rea son for the delay in when we know what we have Switzer The two people to whom Switzer was referring were City Clerk Regina Hillis and City Treasurer Jim The coun cil approved Hillis appointment as deputy city secretary at the last and charged her with carrying out the duty of ear ly voting Gratch made a motion to appoint Jeffers to the position of city secretary citing his experi ence in public administration and education as key factors in her Jeffers received his master degree in public administration degree from Oklahoma Universi ty and is the former chief finance officer for New Jeffers will have to resign his post as treasurer to serve as city You dont keep the books and pay the Jeffers Its not good audit FEBRUARY SPECIALS Summer Airfare to All cruises on sale plus many other deals Call for 6292215 133 Landa Street The Family of Gabriel Gutierrez would like to express their deepest gratitude to Smolens of Village Oak Hospital especially the staff on the 3rd floor andlCU Father OHara and Father Trevino of Holy Family Father Father Coans of Our lady of Perpetual Help of Texas and American Legion Post Also thanks to the staff of Morales Funeral Home and all who sent food and May God Bless Juanita Gutierrez and the family of Gabriel Gutierrez CELLULARONE North American Cellular Network Regional Coverage The North American Cellular Imagine the freedom to make and receive cellular calU In major ciiiei aoou the and All by limply dialing your regular cellular nun Ihe North American Cellular And ifa only on Cellular 1 Automatic Call To reach calkn dont need to know your location or any roaming acctu They limply dial your regular cellular number and theyll find you any where wilhlu the 2 Automatic Other carrien make you dial epedal forwarding every time you enter a new amice And dm wait up to 30 minuw before you can receive By that you might have entered a new ecrvloc With Cellular Ooe therei no ipoctal daily iwoJvilion or doactivatioq when you leave a Simply turn OB your phone and noeiw calli 679 Seguin across from the Post Office MF blinded Covtrige Stlndard roaming College in Seguin 95 MF Introducing the North AmirJcin Cdlulw Oil nude to Cellular One number will be tuiomtliully lorwirdcd loyou while iMvcilng in iny NACN city in Ihe Chamber of Commerce and this year it is cosponsored by South western Bell Telephone of Texas and the Guadalupe Valley Tele phone The New Braunfels Chamber may be contacted for more infor mation at 18005722626 or Buckle Up Texas Coalition for Safety Belts Happy 25th Anniversary Monti Dad Love the Boys 7 12 Can Your Beat This Interested Cattfor no information OtruBetz Insurance 18003004S31 Lula Melchior Stuart Born in Latium Washington Stuart is the granddaughter and great granddaughter of the German artists Rudolph Melchior and his Stuart has 11 grand and 17 great Happy Birthday Nona IVcw Brumifels Circulation Director Carol Aim AveryJ is setting out to add 200 new subscribers within the next 30 days But Press Camera Foreman Douglas Brandt says everybody already takes the paper and shell never find that many new subscribers that In Brandt told if you can do it Ill give Snzie Garcia of the Community Service Center The bet starts tomorrow February 15 and concludes March 200 new oneyear subscribers or the equivalent 4 three month subscribers 1 2 six month subscribers Present subscribers are not eligible to be 1 You can help Avery win And earn for the Community Service Just fill out the form below and sent it with your check to New Braunfels Herald Zeitung PO Drawer 311328 New TX 781311328 OR bring it by 707 Landa 1 Yes Sign j your list up for a subscription to the HeraldZeitung and put me on help Avery win the bet for the Community Service Center 1 am not currently a subscriber to the 1 I I 1 Phone i j Inclosed 1 3 Q 6 Q 12 Senior Citizens Q 6 Q 12   

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