New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 18, 1993

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 18, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 18, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels 0 May Serving Comal County Home 5 of Austin Lyon 50 Cents 75 Cents Sunday 128 Hutchison focus on issues By ROSE MARIE EASH HeraldZtitung The race for United States Sen ate is finally focusing on issues instead of political rhetoric as evi denced by Sundays debate between Republican challenger Kay Bailey Hutchison and Demo cratic Senator Bob During the both candi dates outlined their interests and will carry their messages in at least two more oneonone debates before the June 5 Through the Hutchison reaffirmed her outsider status and focused on her plat form a strongly Republican Museum to offer sneak preview Hummel new brochure to be unveiled The Hummel Museum is cele brating two momentous occasions beginning at May A Special Hummel Moment is set to get under in conjunc tion with the Hummelfest cele br ati onl Todays event There are three simple prob lems to getting the economy she reg ulation and Krueger took advantage of the opportunity to point out that while claiming to be an Hutchison had been attacking him for supporting lawyers yet he had been a a rancher and a but nev er a like campaign has tried to maximize his independence and at the same time position himself as part of the change in government that the public We cant be part of the we must be part of the Krueger They want action not He said that he had the best chance to influence Clinton on behalf of Krueger suffers from the ageold Democratic malaise lack of For questioned as to whether he regretted not sup porting President Clintons bud get resolutions on Krueger responded that he could not because of the energy taxes it Its not my job to reflect Clin but to support Krueger Hutchison attacked Kruegers support for the presi dents military budget cuts say ing she supports the Its jobs for security for she Krueger said he supports cut backs in the defense of Europe let Europe defend The candidates disagreed on what should be done about Krueger favors tem porary price regulation as a tourniquet on a hemoraghing situation and Hutchison is totally against price controls of any kind and prefers a free mar ket Bob Krueger Krueger again supported the Presidents saying he was in favor of major health WHAT Hummel Museum celebration 360 Hummel figurines on loan from Germany to be displayed scheduled for May T h e event will include a sneak pre 360 Hummel figurines which have been loaned by Goebel Porzellan the rmanufac turer in Roeden Ger 5 Also on the schedule is the introduction of the new Hummel brochure which was underwritten by Diamond Sham The brochure will be presented to President and Chief Executive Officer Roger Hem Introduction of new Hummel Museum WHENToday at WHEREThe Hummel 199 Main For more informa contact Cathy Crist Talcott at 625 For a good cause New Braunfels city council member Jan Kennady was just one of many who gave blood to the cause of local attorney Tom Bluntzer who is fighting More than 100 people had given blood for Photo by Karla Local attorneys call for help answered in a big way Monday A blood drive organized for local attor ney Tom a partner in the law firm Lamon and went over exceptionally well according to blood drive organizer Debbie Williams said she had originally antic See page 4 ipated between 65 and 70 people coming so along with employees form the South Texas Regional Blood were surprised when more than 100 peo ple showed up to donate Charges against Hadlock dropped By GARY CARROLL HeraldZeltung Scott one of the four men originally arrested in September of 1992 and charged with organized criminal tampering with vehi cle identification numbers and misrepresenta tion of governmental has had all charges against him Hadlock was arrested with his two Chet and Charles and Richard all of New for taking part in an alleged automobile chop shop fronted out of a local Comal County District Attorney Bill Reimer said Hadlock will not be prosecuted for involvement he may have had with the other three The grand jury has chosen not to indict Scott Haddock JReimer Hadlock said he was arrested on the same war rant with the other three and following an investigation the charges were subsequently Hadlock said he never got to tell police his side of the IVe never really been questioned by the Hadlock I never got to explain myself or answer any of their The charges were just Hadlock said he would have answered any questions investigators may have had regarding his but he was never and therefore feels like he was strung along and not treated Hadlock and the other three men were arrest ed in September of 1992 on allegations that they were operating a chop Public records allege the men were purchasing wrecked removing the vehicle identification number from the vehicles and placing them on stolen Carol Hall named CISD interim superintendent Monday night By ROSE MARIE EASH HeraldZeltung Carol assistant superin tendent of was named interim superintendent for the Comal Independent School District at Mondays school board workshop She will replace Superinten dent Joe Rogers as of June 1 and will serve until new superin tendent is able to come on Rogers will assume a new posi tion as principal of Smith son Val ley High School as of June necessitating an interim super Hall will assume all the respon sibilities of the position for the The major focus Im sure will be whats going to happen with the school fund ing in Austin for June Hall Everything we do after that in the budget preparation will be Carol Hall focused on Thats always our big task during the Kay Bailey Hutchison care reform and thought the Clintons have been brave and bold in addressing this VOICE supports Goodbread Group mounts campaign in community to retain reelected councilman By GARY CARROLL HeraldZeitung New Braunfels citizens have formed a group called Voters Organized In Community to give the people of the city a stronger form of expres according to Board Member Ted Alexander said first project is to mount a com munity and legal effort to ensure that a broad community vote for New Braunfels City Council man James Goodbread is not Were there to ask the peoples Alexander which is why doesnt our vote count1 Alexander said the most impor tant issue currently facing New Braunfelsers is whether or not the peoples right to vote will be wasted on a vindictive whim to keep Goodbread out of Numerous Goodbread sup porters feel the people have spo ken via their right to and that Goodbreads election to the council should be How proponents of Goodbread serving a fourth term also use the fact that a term limitation was approved by voters as basis for their Goodbread was reelected to the council during the same elec tion in which a term limitation amendment to the city charter was approved by voters Goodbread was subsequently enjoined from taking office for his fourth term and petitioners argue that the term limitation approved by voters in the May 1 limiting to three the total number of terms any one person may serve on should be immediately applied to members feel the amendment cannot and should not be applied Although Goodbreavd said he was not officially a part of he said he lauded the efforts of the groups I will support the efforts of any group dedicated to protecting the rights of the Good bread Inside Stammtisch Sports WATER 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 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 Cash Norma John Jessica Fer Matthew Oakes and Sylvia USDA Commodities The Community Council of South Central Texas will be issuing USDA commodities to income eligible households at 9 on May 18 at New Braunfels Christian Under the guidelines of the Texas Department of Human all receip ients will be required to complete an application in order to deter mine eligibility and must bring proof of identity and Limited supply issued on a firstserve Abstinence program Melanie Director of the New Braunfels Crisis Pregnancy will present an abstinencebased program on sexually transmitted AIDS Awareness to New Braunfels School The program will be held May 20 in the boys gymnasium of New Braunfels Middle Awards banquet held at CHS Becky Kauf mann was honj ored as the AilAround Female Athlete for 199293 at Canyon High School Monday night and Todd Mitchell was named theAIIAround Male For a complete look at the awards See Page 7 ;