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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 3, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 6-A HERALD-ZEITUNG WEDNESDAY, KARCH 3. 1993SUN LOAN-v 620-6211LOANS$100-$375 144 So. Seguin New Braunfels, Tx. (Across from Naeglin's Bakery) Se Habla Espanol Linda Alford Manager Mary Esther Sanchez Asst. Manager FREE Crock Pot With Approved Loan us* SINGER School Machines WITH PROFESSIONAL SERGING STITCH Our Singer Education Department placed factory orders in anticipation of large school sales. Some of these machines remain unsold. They cannot be held over but will be liquidated to the public! These new 1993 machines feature simplicity of operation and have built in stitches including: straight sewing, zig zag, buttonholes, elastic stitch, invisible blind-hem, monogram, satin stitch, embroidery, applique, sew on buttons top stitching, and serging, and special sweatshirt applique. No old fashioned cams needed. Manufacturer's Warranty. These machines are heavy duty. They will hem jeans and sew all fabrics from sheer nylon to leather without pressure adjustment. Your price with this ad is $198 {Without this ad $419.00 j Your check, MC, Visa, Discover, Lay-a-way I welcome. I Thursday March 4 111 a.m.-6 p.m. ONLY I HOLIDAY INN 11051 IH 35 E., | New Braunfels L—---------------------- -He's mouthed off just one too many tlmesr •Corol Ann Avery Circulation Director New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Grculation Director Carol Ann Avery (pictured above) wants to make Press and Camera Foreman Douglas Brandt (pictured above) PAY — and in a Big Wayl Carol Ann wants to add 200 New I-year subscribers to the Herald-Zeitung before March 15th. BUT Douglas says, Ho Way! It can’t be done. You'll never find that many people who don't receive the paper." Carol Ann says, "Put veer ma where vow mouth it. March 15, when I bring in 200 new 1-year    you can donate $1,000" lo the Community Service Center /" Doug soys. Toe're On/" «oe cass COH GIVE IHE COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER £1,000°°! SUBSCRIBE TODAY! 625-9144 Compt*!* and mall the form below    Now Braunfels Herald-Zeitung with your chock to:    PO Drawer 311328 Now Braunfels, TX 78131-1328 OB diag ll by 707 Linda r    —    i Yaa • Sign ma up for a subscription to th* Horald-Zsitung and put ma on your list to help Avery $1,000 to tho Community Service Contort □ I am MU Eurranlhr a subscriber to the Hsrald-Zsttuna. Name Address 8tate Phons Enclosed: □ 3 months- $16.00 □ 6 months- $28.00 □ 12 months- $48.00 Ssnlor Citizens Q 8 months- $26.00 □ 12 months- $48.00 *Senate adopts $69.7 billion, two-year budget proposal for state Atooctated Proas AUSTIN — The Texas Senate has approved a proposed $69.7 billion, two-year budget that the Finance Committee chairman says would keep the state’s spending within its means. “We've had to turn away a lot of people that needed help that we just didn’t have the money to help," Sen. John Montford said after senators approved the budget proposal with a 29-2 vote Tuesday. “We don’t have bragging rights on human services, but we certainly feel this is as responsible as we can do within our means,” said Montford, D-Lubbock. Legislative leaders have said Capitol Briefs there won’t be a state tax increase this year. But the Senate budget proposal would increase spending about $7 billion, or 11.1 percent, over the current two-year budget, according to Montford. That takes into account federal funds, state general revenue, user fees and special funds. The proposal anticipates that lawmakers will approve about $2.2 million in cost-cutting ideas proposed by state Comptroller John Sharp, Montford said. Senators last week approved $1.4 billion of those savings, more than half of which are bookkeeping measures such as speeding up some tax collections and delaying some state payments. The budget also includes an anticipated sfpte revenue increase due to economic growth and higher federal funding. The measure goes to the House, where the Appropriations Committee is working on its version of the 1994-95 state budget. OO* Hundreds of U.S. and Mexican residents rallied at the Capitol to protest proposals to put three hazardous waste dumps in Texas near the border. They oppose applications before the Texas Water Commission for disposal facilities in Kinney County, near Brackettville; Hudspeth County, near Sierra Blanca; and Terrell County, near Diyden. • OO The mother of a Richardson teen-ager killed by gang members urged the House Urban Affairs Committee to approve anti-gang legislation. Julie Cooper told lawmaker she had believed her family was safe from the type of violence that took her son’s life. Sean Cooper was fatally shot Nov. 6,1992, by a marauding gang after attending a Berliner High School football game. OOO A state lawmaker wants to transfer custody of the Alamo in San Antonio from the Daughters of the Republic of Texas to the state Parks and Wildlife Department. Rep. Ron Wilson, D-Hous-ton, said the state would be a bet: ter caretaker. But Gail Baffles of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas said, “We do a good job.” changes, the measure would regulate only agents representing football and basketball players, deleting baseball. The measure goes to Jthe House for consideration:' • •• OO* The Senate approved a bill that would revise state regulation of sports agents who represent college athletes. Among other “We feel that this battle is the most important battle of this century for our border regions.” — Jesus Maria Ramon, a Mexican congressman from Coahuila, in protest of proposals to put waste dumps in Texas near the border. Judicial election reform considered Aaaodated Press AUSTIN — As state lawmakers begin considering several measures to reform the judicial election system in Texas, Republicans and Democrats are already manning their battle stations. A Senate subcommittee on Tuesday considered several bills to reform the countywide election of state district judges, including one by Sen. Rodney Ellis, D-Houston. Under Ellis’ bill, district judges in eight Texas counties would be elected from state representative districts. Those counties are Harris, Dallas, Tarrant, Bexar, Jefferson, Lubbock, Ector and Midland. Similar measures have been introduced in the House, where the Judicial Affairs Committee also began considering legislation Tuesday. But Sen. David Sibley said electing judges from state representative districts would allow more Democrats on the bench. “My contention remains that this is a partisan issue, not a racial issue,” said Sibley, R-Waco. “Sen. Ellis’ bill has its ups and downs, but the downs for us (Republicans) are so far down there that they are unacceptable.” Sen. Jerry Patterson, R-Pasadena, has proposed a bill that would allow the governor to appoint judges. But Sherrilyn Ifill, of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, said appointing judges would not solve the issue. She said the issue is not a partisan one, but rather concerns equal opportunity for minority voters. Texas Attorney General Dan Morales told the subcommittee Tuesday he supports Ellis’ measure, but recommended that it be amended to include all counties with populations exceeding 100,000. He said such a plan would affect about 28 counties. Morales has also proposed campaign spending reforms that would cover all state district judicial races. A federal appeals court has ruled that the at-large system of electing state district judges in eight urban Texas counties discriminates against black and Hispanic voters. 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