New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 11, 1993, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 11, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 11, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 2A HERALDZE1TUNG APRIL 1993 Candidate says federal spending unconscionable Associated Press AUSTIN Senate candidate Richard Fisher said Friday the federal gov spending binge is due in large measure to officeholders who cant say no to special The PACs political action committees and lobbyists put interests before the nations and we are all suffering for he It is unconscionable that our government keeps spend ing this country toward bank Tup said a who has pledged to take PAG contribu also hailed a recent which gave him 8 percent the same Republican Joe Barton but trailing interim Democratic Bob Krue Republican state Trea surer Kay Bailey Hutchison and GOP Jack The May 1 special election has drawn 24 If no one wins more than 50 percent of the the top 1 two finishers will advance to a runoff to determine who com pletes the term of nowTrea sury Secretary Lloyd In other developments former dean of arts and sciences at Duke was endorsed by National Education Asso the nations largest I teacher Keith NBA called the senator a strong advocate for public educa Hutchison contin ued to criticize Krueger for supporting federal spending Since he was sworn in just two months Bob Krueger has voted for or vowed to support spending billion taxpayer dollars all of it financed by adding to the she While he touts in his TV ads the hes pro posed to save by reducing his office budget and vot ers need to know that for every dollar of savings he Bob Krueger has actually supported spending an additional she I decided someday I want to be a part of the national government whatever its had done a better job of devel oping the potential of all its people than had any other country in the history of the Bob Krueger Interim senator says he wants to protect hometown Bob Krueger By ROSE MARIE EASH HsraldZsitung According to Bob he wants to be in Washington to protect the resources he had grow ing up in New I grew up in this community and its a marvelous community to grow up Krueger said during a campaign barbeque in New Braunfels I think you can grow up with the sense that the whole commu nity cares about who you are and what you said You can grow up with of the opportunity to be the best that you be so to Krueger said the only reason he wants to go to Washington is to protect that support and the nat ural environment for his Quoting his who he said told him that whatever he took from life he must give back to Krueger spoke of his desire to serve the community and Although he said his parents never directed him to do anything he went to college expecting to be a businessman like his At some he said he decid ed he wanted to use his life to help people achieve their potential and thought he could do that through teaching like many of his maternal Even before he begin Krueger said he knew he wanted eventually to be a public He said that desire was inspired when he first became aware of the as a place of much richer opportunity for all According to that hap pened while he was in is a very class struc tured society and I didnt want to be part of said So thaf s when I decided someday I want to be a part of the national government whatever its had done a better job of developing the potential of all its people than had any other country in the history of the Krueger resigned as Dean of Duke University and came home when his father became ill to help with the Krueger business and to run for He credits New Braunfels with developing the strong sense of community participation that dri ves him to serve in Everybody who comes to New Braunfels talks about there being so much Krueger Theyve never been in a place where so many people work to do things for a Its extremely so all the various organizations are community ori Meetings The Comal County Commis sioners Court will consider chang ing district lines to relocate the Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace and Constable to the courthouse complex at Mondays regular court Mondays agenda calls for the court to redi strict Justice of the Peace and Constable Precinct 2 Voting Precincts 2 and 14 to include the courthouse annex from the alley between the annex and down Seguin Street to interface with Voting Precinct Also on the agenda is consider ation for hiring two secretaries for the Commissioners Court The workshop portion of the meet ing begins at 9 and the action session begins at 10 A special meeting will be held at 9 April to consider a resolution approving agreement for tax abatement with Lorraine Fifty is Nifty Love Sean Brandon Que Paso Yo no se que paso Quien complete El Gran 50 No mas porque me quieres Eva Barboza SECRETARIES WEEK is APRIL MAKE A NOTE OF Send the Secretaries Year Just call or visit us Secretaries Day is April 6255522 m iWJ KW Wilde Advisory Commissioners Court meets in Suite 301 of the Comal County Courthouse Annex at 150 The Edwards Underground Water District board of directors will meet at 4 April in the Conference Center at the District 1615 Marys in San The agenda includes possible consideration and rec ommendation for action on the Sierra Club J21 Farmers Living Waters Artesian Bexar County Tax Collection Williams Perez Regional Man agement Demand Manage ment Legislative issues and the Texas Water Commissions March 1 Also on the agenda are reports and recommendations from Comal County The Comal Area Provisional League of Women Voters will host a candidate reception at 7 April at the Senior Citizens Center at 655 Landa The event will be the first for the new chapter of the League of Women All the candidates for both the New Braunfels and Garden Ridge city councils and the Comal Independent School District board of except for Jim a candidate HAPPY BIRTHDAY Troy Walter Hansen will celebrate Ma second birthday this year on Easter Sunday In He Is there with Ms and his while In the Air All of us wish you a very HAPPY Troy Uncle Glenn and Uncle Rodger The family of William Higgins wishes to thank the and the ladiesfor the food also all friends Cf and neighbors for their kind words and flowers and May God bless How NBU Residential Rates Compare With Those of Other Utilities The Mowing companion of residential ntei charged by 13 Electric Utilitiei were compiled from lUtiitici releued by the Public Utility Commiiiion of The amounts ihown are for 1000 Kwh and include and other miicellaneoui In order that our cuitomen may make compariioni of NBU we have included them and the order in which they New Braunfels Utilities 1 City Public Service Board Southwestern Public Service 3 City of Austin Bluebonnet Electric Coop 5 OVEC All Electric Rate Pedemales Electric Coop 7 OVEC ResidentialFarm Rate Texas Utilities Electric West Texas Utilities Central Power Light Gulf States Utilities Houston Lighting Power El Paso Electric Company 9 11 12 13 paid advertisement 1 12 for the CISD board of will be able attend to event according to Darlene pres Citizens will have the opportu nity to talk to the candidates one onone and discuss campaign The chapter was formed in March and elected Hicks as inter im Patsy Newton as interim secretary and Stephanie SmithBums as interim treasur Happy 21st Birthday if Kim if Dad Kevin Thank you t us in their given SashaMichele Breda Jeb and Sonya Breda The Family ofLuz Valdez would like thank every one for their support and many prayers during the familys sorrow with the death of our beloved Grand Great Grand and Great Great Grand Thank you for the and the food that was Thank you and may God Bless Luz Valdez Family SENIOR AMERICANS LONG TERM NURSING HOME CARE CAN COST YOU A FORTUNE The risk of entering a nursing home Is high and grows as you get Yet Medicare and most private Insurance plans pay little for nursing home A recent government report says The cost of long term care has become the single greatest threat to the financial security of older For maximum at affordable Bankers Life and Casualty Company now offers Long Term 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