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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 2, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels HeraldZ MO I 1 May Serving Coma County Home of Rhonda Peterson 50 Cents 75 Cents Sunday 117 iic 3 ELECTION AT A GLANCE The following Is a list of returns In state and local Percentages in state races are from the Associated Results in local races reflect returns in from precincts at 11 STATE ELECTION United States Senator Bob Kay Bailey Hutchison Joe Barton Jack Fields Jos6 Angel Gutierrez Rick Draheim LouiJt Davis Stephen Hopkins Lottie Hancock Roger Henson Lou Zaeske Thomas Spink Clymer Wright Charles Ben Howell Don Richardson Gene Kelly James Vallaster Richard Fisher Maco Stewart Chuck Sibley Sonny Payne Herbert Rose Floyd Billy Brown Constitutional Amendments Proposition For 61 Against Proposition For 52 Against Proposition For 56 Against CITY ELECTION City Council Jan James Gpodbread Chris Rusty Chere Felipe Ramirez Chris Change selection of Mayor process For 335 Against City Charter Amendments Amendment For Amendment For Amendment For Amendment For Amendment 286 For Amendment For Amendment For 473 For Amendment For Amendment For Amendment For Amendment For Amendment For Amendment For Amendment For Amendment 314 For Amendment 280 For Amendment For 46 Against 104 Against 61 Against 198 Agajnst 159 Against 44 Against 52 Against 48 Against 73 Against 67 Against 60 Against 180 Against 105 Against 67 Against 206 Against 151 Against 173 Against 124 Against CISD ELECTION Board of Trustees Jim Thomas Larry Dan Jane John Stephen Domingo Bond Issue Proposition For Against Proposition For Against GARDEN RIDGE ELECTION Mayor Jay Keith City Place 2 John Russell City Place 3 Bill Reed Krueger heads for runoff County residents vote for favorite son in Senate race Staff and wire report AUSTIN Interim Bob Krueger and state Treasurer Kay Bailey Hutchison will face each other in a runoff after walking away from the other 22 candi dates in Saturdays special Senate With 94 percent of the precincts both Hutchison and Krueger had 29 Krueger had votes com pared with votes for Their nearest chal Democratic Congressman Joe garnered 14 percent of the In Comal Krueger won percent of the vote with Hutchison getting percent and Jack Fields coming in third with per cent of the votes Im pretty Krueger told the Herald Itll be a lot easier with a oneonone I think itll be a race between someone who cares about the families of Texas versus someone who really consistently opposed family values in a kind of country club She says she supports things like Head but criticizes me for supporting funding for those Krueger The pattern is Krueger I think she would simply be a part of the donothing aspect in the I recognize that people want Krueger said he was ready for the headtohead matchup to be held in late May or early Its going to be a race 111 I am so ready to draw distinc tions between her record and I think itll be a hard But I certainly expect to he Hutchison said was prepared for the second predicting that Krueger would run a negative Im prepared for that I want to run on the I think the peo ple of Texas deserve shie They are looking for fresh and Im going to try to give it to Im going to go to every person who wants a new an in Hutchison With 43 percent of the precincts each of them had more than twice as many votes as the thirdplace candi who succeeded Trea sury Secretary Lloyd Bentsen in had or 31 a rising GOP star who promised to be a dif ferent kind of had or 29 Kennady leading in city race By GARY CARROLL HeraldZeltung Jan Kennady led the race for three atlarge positions on the New Braunfels City Council Sat With only two of four early vot ing districts counted and two of four districts in the regular voting session Jan Kennady led the group with votes James Chris Rusty 950 Cheri 832 449 and Chris Secretary Bonnie Sarkbzi said the projected 25 percent vot er turnout is good for a city elec but felt turnout may have been better had the voting dis tricts for the city and county races been more clearly Sarkozi said that in an effort to streamline the voting process and make voting County Commissioners realigned county voting districts to allow for voting This included splitting several districts and changing the polling places for None of the citys voting dis tricts have Sarkozi The district that faired the best from the redistricting was Dis trict 3 which was comprised of precincts District comprised of precincts 14 and 15 usually 13 and 14 was probably the most confusing split sending voters from Lone Star School to Eagles Hall to cast their City residents cast votes at the Eagles Hall in New Braunfels Saturday Of the registered voters in Comal percent voted in the spe cial election for Senator and the posed school finance Middleton elected bond issues fail By ROSE MARIE EASH hteraldZeltung Comal Independent School Dis trict patrons elected two new CISD but failed to sup port the two proposed bond Thomas Bruce and Jim Mid dleton won positions on the board of trustees Bruce won with votes and Middleton received Jane Boehm narrowly missed election with I told you I was going to a vic tory Bruce Im ecsta tic about the vote of We need to get some accountabil ity we need to put our money and priorities in educating our kids with the Every child who graduates should be able to Bruce said he had not spent a dime on this election and attrib uted his victory to grassroots sup port throughout the He said his priorities are arithmetic and CISD Proposition calling for the issuance of million for a new elementary school in the Startzville area and renovations to the old Canyon Middle failed with only votes in favor and votes CISD Proposition calling for the issuance of for new transportation and maintenance also failed with only votes in favor and votes The board will have to decide whether to try again or try and make do with some scheduling changes or said CISD Superintendent Joe Rogers said the district can probably get along for another year but the board and the new superintendent will have to devel op a plan for Inside Stammtisch Lotto CLASSIFIED 61 2B ELECTION 13 A ENTERTAINMENT 9A 1 19 OBITUARIES SA SPORTS 1214A STAMMTISCH 00 WEATHER 5A The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung invites its readers to submit items to According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German Stammtisch represents a sit ting place reserved for members of a community to gather and share the days We invite you to share with Best Wishes The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung sends Birthday wishes to Shawn Mary Robert Pineda and Myrtle Voigt Belated Birthday wishes go to Adam Jason Sam Chance Herbelin and Jamey Anniversary wishes go to Martin and Mary Belated anniversary wishes go to James and Lorine HealthLink HealthLink Health lectures sponsored by Hospital and the Laurel Ridge Treatment Center of New Braunfels will be held at 7 May 4 at the Garza Street The top ic will be Communicating with Adolescents About Todays Tech Alumni The Comal Chapter of the Texas Tech Alumni will hold a Spring Scholarship barbecue at 7 May 7 at Tree Tops on the A cash bar reception will begm at with a silent auc Guest speakers will be Dean Campbell and Jim Reservation must be made by May 5 with Tim and Diane Winning numbers AUSTIN Here are results of Lotto Texas yyinnlng numbers drawn last nip by the Texas Lottery I 7NH1 233443 Estimated Lotto Texas jack pot million
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