New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 2, 1993

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 02, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 2, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Heralds 410    noI6 io/2?/?v SU-WI SI niCKueUBUlSHiN, 2627 E YANDELL OK Sunday, May 2,1993 FA FASO, IX /WOS _ Serving Comal County • Home of Rhonda Peterson 50 Cents Daily, 75 Cents Sunday Vol. 141, No. 117 i'-; v -i ....... £ mmm rnmimw fjMMM I. IW.wifc urtl W .......... IELECTION AT A GLANCE The following is a list of returns in state and local elections. Percentages in state races are from the Associated Press. Results in local races reflect returns in from precincts at 11 p.m. STATE ELECTION United States Senator Bob KrOeger (D).................................................................30% Kay Bailey Hutchison (R)...................................................29% Joe Barton (R).......  13% Jack Fields (R)....................................................................13% Jos6 Angel Gutierrez (D)....................................................08% Rick Draheim (L)................................................................03% Louis C. Davis (Ind)............................................................00% Stephen Hopkins (R)..........................................................00% Lottie B. Hancock (Ind)......................................................00% Roger Henson (Ind)...........................................................00% Lou Zaeske (Ind)................................................................00% Thomas D. Spink (R)..........................................................00% Clymer Wright (R)...............................................................00% Charles Ben Howell (R)......................................................00% Don Richardson (Ind).........................................................00% Gene Kelly (D)....................................................................00% James Valtaster (R)............................................................00% Richard Fisher (D)..............................................................00% Maco Stewart (Ind).............................................................00% Chuck Sibley (R).................................................................00% S. (Sonny) Payne (D)..........................................................00% Herbert Spiro (R)................................................................00% Rose Floyd (SWP)..............................................................00% Billy Brown (PP)..................................................................00% Constitutional Amendments Proposition 1......................................39% (For)    61% (Against) Proposition 2......................................48% (For)    52% (Against) Proposition 3......................................44% (For)    56% (Against) CITY ELECTION City Council Jan Kennady......................................................................1410 James Goodbread Jr........................................................1224 Chris Bowers.....................................................................1217 Rusty Brandt........................................................................950 Chere Stratemann...............................................................832 Felipe Ramirez Jr...............................................................449 Chris Mosel..........................................................................333 Change selection of Mayor process Proposition.........................................1294 (For) 335 (Against) City Charter Amendments Amendment 1...................................4,447    (For)    46    (Against) Amendment 2.....................................468    (For)    104    (Against) Amendment 3.....................................502    (For)    61    (Against) Amendment 4.....................................273    (For)    198    (Against) Amendments.....................................286    (For)    159    (Against) Amendment 6..................................... 505    (For)    44 (Against) Amendment 7.....................................487    (For)    52 (Against) Amendment 8...................^................473    (For)    48    (Against) Amendment 9......................................454    (For)    73 (Against) Amendment 10................................... 447    (For)    67 (Against) Amendment 11...................................462    (For)    60 (Against) Amendment 12...................................341    (For)    180 (Against) Amendment 13...................................415    (For)    105 (Against) Amendment 14................................... 454    (For)    67 (Against) Amendment 15...................................303    (For)    206 (Against) Amendment 16...................................314    (For)    151 (Against) Amendment 17................................... 280    (For)    173 (Against) Amendment 18................................... 404    (For)    124    (Against) CISD ELECTION Board of Trustees Jim Middleton.....................................................................1735 Thomas L. Bruce................................................................1397 Larry W. Neptune...............................................................1252 Dan Krueger.......................................................................1102 Jane Boehm.........................f.............................................1314 John Clay...........................................................................1062 Stephen R. C. Rich............................................................1047 Domingo Herrera.................................................................408 Bond Issue Proposition 1...................................1,906    (For)    3,335    (Against) Proposition 2...................................1,675    (For)    2,975    (Against) GARDEN RIDGE ELECTION Mayor Jay P. Minikin.......................................................................526 Keith M. Richter...................................................................216 City Council, Place 2 John Curtis...........................................................................46€ Russell Klinginsmith.............................................................270 City Council, Place 3 BIH Harris.............................................................................487 Reed M. Switzer..................................................................250 Krueger heads for runoff County residents vote for favorite son in Senate race Staff and Wirt report AUSTIN — Interim Sen. Bob Krueger and state Treasurer Ray Bailey Hutchison will face each other in a runoff after walking away from the other 22 candidates in Saturday’s special U.S. Senate election. With 94 percent of the precincts counted, both Hutchison and Krueger had 29 percent. Krueger had 563,774 votes compared with 552,218 votes for Hutchison. Their nearest challenger, Democratic Congressman Joe Barton, garnered 14 percent of the vote. In Comal County, Krueger won 32.78 percent of the vote with Hutchison getting 28.8 percent and Jack Fields coming in third with 16.05 percent of the votes cast. “I’m pretty happy,” Krueger told the Herald-Zeitung. “It’ll be a lot easier with a one-on-one race. “I think it’ll 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 way. “She says she supports things like Head Start, but criticizes me for supporting funding for those Krueger things. “The pattern is consistent,” Krueger said. “I think she would simply be a part of the do-nothing aspect in the Senate. I recognize that people want action.” Krueger said he was ready for the head-to-head matchup to be held in late May or early June. “It’s going to be a race 111 enjoy. I am so ready to draw distinctions between her record and mine. I think itll be a hard race. But I certainly expect to win,” he said. Mrs. Hutchison said she, too, was prepared for the second round, predicting that Krueger would run a negative campaign. “I’m prepared for that I want to run on the issues. I think the peo ple of Texas deserve that,” she said. “They are looking for fresh faces, and I’m going to try to give it to them. Tm going to go to every person who wants a new voice, an outsider, in Washington, D.C.,” Mrs. Hutchison said. With 43 percent of the 8,087 precincts reporting, each of them had more than twice as many votes as the third-place candidate. Krueger, who succeeded Treasury Secretary Lloyd Bentsen in January, had 327,920 votes, or 31 percent. Mrs. Hutchison, a rising GOP star who promised to be “a different kind of senator,” had 303,635 votes, or 29 percent. Kennady leading in city race By GARY P. CARROLL Horald-Zettung Jan Kennady led the race for three at-large positions on the New Braunfels City Council Saturday. With only two of four early voting districts counted and two of four districts in the regular voting session reporting, Jan Kennady led the group with 1,410 votes; James Goodbread, 1,224; Chris Bowers, 1,217; Rusty Brandt, 950; Cheri Stratemann, 832; Felipe Ramirez, 449; and Chris Mosel, 333. City Secretary Bonnie Sarkozi said the projected 25 percent voter turnout is good for a city election, but felt turnout may have been better had the voting districts for the city and county races been more clearly defined. Sarkozi said that in an effort to streamline Ute voting process and make voting easier, County Commissioners realigned county voting districts to allow for voting ease. This included splitting several districts and changing the polling places for voters. “None of the city's voting districts have changed,” Sarkozi said. The district that faired the best from the re-districting was District 3 which was comprised of precincts I, 2, 3,9,23. District 4, comprised of precincts 14 and 15 ( usually 13 and 14) was probably the most confusing split sending voters from Lone Star School to Eagle's Hall to cast their ballots. City residents cast votes at the Eagles Hall in New Braunfels Saturday afternoon Of the 32,727 registered voters in Comal County, 34 17 percent voted in the special election for U S Senator and the proposed school finance amendments Bruce, Middleton elected; bond issues fail By ROSE MARIE EASH Harald-Zeltung Comal Independent School District patrons elected two new CISD trustees, but failed to support the two proposed bond issues. Thomas L. Bruce and Jim Middleton won positions on the board of trustees Saturday. Bruce won with 1,397 votes and Middleton received 1,735 votes. Jane Boehm narrowly missed election with 1,314 votes. “I told you I was going to a victory party,” Bruce said. “I’m ecstatic about the vote of confidence. We need to get some accountability — we need to put our money and priorities in educating our kids with the basics. Every child who graduates should be able to compete." Bruce said he had “not spent a dime on this election” and attributed his victory to grass roots sup port throughout the district. He said his priorities are “reading, writing, arithmetic and respect.” CISD Proposition I, calling for the issuance of $6.5 million for a new elementary school in the Starkville area and renovations to the old Canyon Middle School, failed with only 1,906 votes in favor and 3,335 votes against. CISD Proposition 2, calling for the issuance of $600,000 for new transportation and maintenance facilities, also failed with only 1,675 votes in favor and 2,975 votes against. The board will have to decide whether to try again or try and make do with some scheduling changes or portables,” said CISD Superintendent Joe Rogers. Rogers said the district can probably get along for another year but the board and the new superintendent will have to develop a plan for thereafter. InsideStammtisch Lotto CLASSIFIED........... ...6-12B COMICS.................. ......10A ELECTION.............. .....1-3A ENTERTAINMENT. .......9 A INSIGHT................. .......1B OBITUARIES.......... ........SA OPINION................. SPORTS................. .12-14A STAMMTISCH........ WEATHER.............. The New Braunfels Herald bedung invites its readers to submit items to Stammtisch. According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German community, “Stammtisch0 represents a sit-ting place reserved for members of a community to gather and share the day's happenings. We invite you to share with us.Best Wishes The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung sends Birthday wishes to Shawn K. Haynes, Mary Vega, Robert Pineda and Myrtle Voigt Clark. Belated Birthday wishes go to Adam Fellers, Jason Hand, Sam Valadez, Chance Herbelin and Jamey Johnson. Anniversary wishes go to Martin Sr. and Mary Rosales. Belated anniversary wishes go to James and Lorine Starts.Health Link Health Link Health lectures sponsored by McKenna Hospital and the Laurel Ridge Treatment Center of New Braunfels will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 4 at the Garza Street classroom. The topic will be Communicating with Adolescents About Today's Issues.Tech Alumni The Comal Chapter of the Texas Tech Alumni will hold a Spring Scholarship barbecue at 7 p.m. Friday, May 7 at Tree Tops on the River. A cash bar reception will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a silent auction. Guest speakers will be Dean Campbell and Jim Douglas. Reservation must be made by May 5 with Tim Brierty, 629-6643, and Diane Bader-Schulz, 629-0539.Winning numbers AUSTIN — Her# are results of Lotto Texas winning numbers drawn last night by the Texas tottery:7-10-11-23-34-43 Estimated Lotto Texas jackpot: $60 million 1     ^  — Jmmmm ;

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