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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 16, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas                                i I i M Ti iii i i New Braunfels HeraldZeitung February Serving Comal Home of Alfredo and Pat Rosales 63 Daily 50 Sunday 75 cents Clinton prepares for tax spending cuts Associated Press WASHINGTON President Clinton is working to build momentum for a billion package of tax increases and spending saying that most Americans may feel a pinch the price of standing still is far higher than the price of Republicans offered to cooper ate on slashing the deficit after Clintons first primetime address to the nation Monday but were skeptical about his What the president has pro posed so far is not shared sacri fice but raw said Phil Clinton today was meeting with Democratic congressional lead ers and visiting a road construc tion project in town to demon Powell America W MViiig for FDR changes u 5 v A N W By GARY CARROLL HtraWZettung President Bill Clinton presented his first address to the American public as Monday telling Americans that now is time to act to the American By the end of Clinton said his adminia tratton will create new jobs while simul taneously decreasing governmental trimmingback the federal payroll and investing in domestic programs likening his plan to Frankiln Roosevelts bold persistent president of the New Braunfels Republican feels America iV still paying for FDRs policies of experimental I Siink were still Buffering because of those changes and I think change change sake is notalways the best Pdvvell said The president cited soaring health care tax cuts to the wealthy and the failure to invest in domestic programs as causes of the increasing and challenged Americans to contribute 11 v 2 strate the kind of public works projects the economic stimulus portion of his plan would Clinton said the shortterm stimulus part of his plan billion in spending on public works projects and billion in tax breaks for businesses would create as many as But most of his 11minute nationally broadcast address was an effort to explain his decisions to raise taxes and cut govern ment services and Wife of Senator calls fprmew law By ROSE MARIE EASH wifiB of Krueger testified House Crimi nal Jurisprudence Committee yesterday afternoon in support of House Bill which will make j stalkJTigacriminal offense in the As jjfou do not think of it as merely happening to me or jko my Kathleen 1 Krueger But as something 7 to someone named j Melissa or Rosa or Susan or Bill or Tom or ladies and what happened to us is happening w families all over Texas on a daily she It is for them the voicesthat you will not hear I Krueger told her story of near ly nine years of being terrorized by j a man who was her husbands pilot during his 1984 Senatorial campaign Her voice trembling on occa sion she reported hundreds of calls in one the ram bling senseless letters and the death threats against her hus Nina Gulnn and Kathleen Krueger play a tape of a threatening message during Kruegers testimo ny before the House Criminal Judiciary Committee Photo by Rose Marie threatening messages on and a folder fat with She told the committee about her husbands attempts to get During her help from the of the sympa Kruegjjr played of thy and earnest efforts of the local law enforcement agencies and the FBI to help But she emphasized the frus the law was finally able to act because the man made a threat ening phone call from out of state that was During that call he threatened to kill Bob The FBI arrested the man after tration of three days during which she and her family and officials feared the passage of a strong antistalking law for our sake and for the sake of thousands of innocent victims around the State Brian R said his bill was similar to one passed by a Senate committee last week that would make stalk ing a specific and allow for increased punishment for repeat Other legislation introduced Monday by Sherd Green the phone messages left by the man v I want you to know about thii is the said on the If I feel ihing until actually Ive been wrongly discriminated caused bodily harm or clearly againit thii case the fint made specific death that She concluded with a plea for person I think has wronged and were the legislature to act quickly to was aimed at 111 blow his braini then In every meeting with law provide protection for the victims restricting access to addresses and Ill go to the second person that I enforcement or the legal commu of telephone numbers from public thinMai wrorigtd me and 111 we were m0t wijuOrtal andl In a few he U to be blow braini Ill go to genuine lympathy1 she But released she In a Under Greenberg1 people the penon I think hai with the wordi we cant do any few he will basically could make their home addren wronged me and 111 blow hii thing until he phyiically triei to free to go where he wanU to go confidential 10 that it could not braini put and Jti up to you to hurt felt ai helpleii u and to do what he wants to be releaied by either the Texai protect yourself from we Bob and I will be virDepartment of Public Safety or nentedo box full of According to four tually lUriing from ihe Texai Department of Tram haraiiment urge your prompt t t i Index Stammtiseh This is nothing less than a call to to restore the vitality of the American he The price of doing the same old thing is far higher than the price of Clinton will formally unveil the fouryear plan which will include a new tax on fuels and sources of energy and an increase in the top individual and corpo rate income tax rate in a Wednesday night address to a joint HouseSenate And while the proposed energy tax to be based on heat con tent of various fuels will pro portionately hit middleincome Americans the Clinton said 70 percent of the taxes I will propose fall on the shoulders of those who make more than A White House official said Clintons comments did not address total revenues to be gen but rather that seven out of 10 tax increases would be aimed at the In the Clinton only has said he would raise the tax rate from the current ceiling of 31 percent to 36 percent on house holds earning more than and individuals earning over and impose an additional probably 10 on incomes over Monday nights address was the first time Clinton has used the Senate Minority Leader Bob in a televised GOP questioned whether Clinton would make deep enough cuts in government spending before asking for more Woman killed in interstate collision A New Braunfels woman was killed early Monday morning in a headon collision on Interstate police officials said Esther was travel ing north in the southbound lane when she collided with a tractor trailer at approximately according to New Braunfels police Motorist Paul who was traveling report ed seeing Madrid driving the wrong for roughlyhalf a Vilereal told police he tried to warn truck drivers in the south bound but police said Madrids car collided with an eighteenwheeler near the Mill Store According to the driver of the truck was not Madrid was pronounced dead at according to police The accident is still under Voters to decide school finance plan NBISD officials express concerns Staff and Report fate of a share thewealth school funding pro posal is up to Texas voters now that lawmakers have approved putting it on a May 1 state ballot New Braunfels school officials said they are prepared to accept the school funding bill passed by the House last some concerns were This is only and its only Bob Bullock said of the proposed constitutional amendment to allow some local property tax monoy to be trans ferred from propertyrich to poor school The proposal also will permit voters to decide separately on exempting school districts from future education mandates that are imposed but not funded by the with some The Senate voted 274 Monday to concur in the House version of the forwarding the issue to Texas The socalled Robin Hood prop erty tax proposal is meant to meet a Texai Supreme Court order for lawmakers to pass a constitu tional plan to equalize funding available to propertyrich and poor school If a plan isnt passed by a June 1 court school districts face a cutoff of state public edu cation Leaders have warned that would mean school because public educa tion relies on state aid and local property Asked about a likely contin gency plan if voters turn down the proposed constitutional Bullock Sui Several members of the Sen which had earlier passed its own proposed property tax said they were con cerned about the House provision on unfunded education mandates and other But supporters said they vot ed for the package because they didnt believe the House would accept more House who num ber 58 in the ISOmember cham had until late last week blocked a sharethewealth Proposed constitu tional amendments require a two 2 WATER Best wishes The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung sends Birthday wishes to Anica Marie Debbie Bartels Kathleen Susan Vaneisa Nita Armendo Ramirez and Siena Belated birthday wishes go to Stanley Hummel and Christopher Anniversary wishes go to William and Ruth Belated anniversary wishes go to Henry and Olga Project Graduation Project Graduation for Seniori at Canyon High School and their parents will meet at 7 in the Common Building at the Financial Freedom Seminar Johns Episcopal 312 li sponsoring a Financial Freedom Seminar from 79 beginning It will last 20 The seminar includes videos by Jim Sammons on getting out of dealing with compromises and making The cost is for Call MidTexas Symphony The MidTexas Symphony will present a concert at 4 In the New Braunfeli Civic Cen Music includes Tschaikowekyi Symphony Pathetique and Moldau and three dances from The Bartered Bride by composer Bedrich Ticket are for for senipr citizens and college and for They are avail able at First 173 Call Releasing Dally Stress The Inner Peace Movement will have free lectures on Tipi to Releasing Daily Siren at and 7 16 and at the El Jardin Real Con ference 1346 Hueco Springs Loop Call 625 4361 or 800 For Home Delivery in New Braunfels and Comal Call 6259144   

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