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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 6, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas SUNDAY Nalepa win Three Parks 5K run see 0 ENTS New Braunfels HeraldZeitung 24 Pages in two sections June Serving Comal County Home of Phylls Offerman 142 Best Wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung sends birthday wishes to Phylis Jo Ann Vil Markie Guerro Mon day and Janie Moreno Junior Auxiliary applications age 14 to who are interested in join ing McKennas Junior Aux iliary program should call 355 for more information and should leave an address where an application can bn Publicity seminar set for June 14 The Greater New Braun fels Arts Council will spon sor a publicity seminar for local nonprofit organiza tions with the Herald Zeitung on June 14 at at the Dit tlinger Memorial located at 373 Managing Editor Mark Lyon and news editor Gary Carroll will be on hand to talk and field questions con cerning procedures in get ting information into the For more contact Sharon Neuhaus at Habitat for ties meeting There will be an open meeting of the Comal Coun ty Habitat For Humanity on June at 7 at Cypress Bend Those who attend are asked to bring a covered Anyone wishing to attend are In helping to eliminate SDverty housing in Comal call 6257005 for more Aquifer seminar slated June 12 Caves and Lower Glen Rose Aquifer will be fea June 12 at at the outdoor amphitheater at Guadalupe River State George noted hydrogeologist specializing in caves and karst will be the host for the For more call Guadalupe River State Park at Small business help available Small business counseling from UTSAs School of Busi ness will be offered to busi ness owners in wholesale and manu facturing businesses on June 8 all day at the New Braunfels Cham ber of For more call the chamber at The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung invites its readers to submit items to According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German represents a sit ting place reserved for members of a community to gather and share the days We invite you to share with Local businessman paid employees to attend May 24 council meeting By GARY CARROLL HeraldZeitung New Braunfels Mayor Protern Ambrosio Butch Benitez said he had no knowledge of a memo written by Bluebonnet Motors Co owner Gary Kahlig offering Blue bonnet employees a halfday paid vacation for attending the May 1993 New Braunfels City Council Benitez contends that his coun cil business and Kahligs dealer ship are two seperate and said that he knew nothing of Kahligs intentions to entice his employees to attend the May 24 Tm hardly ever there so I dont know how he does things Benitez What he does with and my council busi dont have anything to do with each Benitez temporarily is serving as mayor until the council can elect a fulltime along with two other coun cil walked out of the May 24 meeting when council man James Goodbread refused to relinquish his council seat after an injunction was issued pro hibiting him from taking his seat for a fourth According to Benitez was looking for support for what he felt would be an emotionally JEHAJEBONNET MOTORS W II533EH lUZSKI unm 3lrN SEGUIM SI MEET tELEPHONE GMIOn SAN ANTONIO Llllf in J041 MEMORANDUM To All Employees From Gary Kahlig Dale May 1993 Subject Cily Council Meeting A City Council Meeting will bo held wilh Butch Benitez acting as This meoling will be held at the Now Braunlels Municipal Building located al 2l South Castell Avenue Irom to employee attending this meeting to show their suppoft lorBulch willrocoive blfpald Thank HeraldZeitung Did Butch Benitez ask you to help get support for him at the May 24 city council meeting I just sent the memo because Butch asked for the support and I told him Id get him Gary Kahlig mmmm HeraldZeitung Did you ask Gary Kahlig to get support for you at the May 24 city council meeting No Butch Benitez charged The memo sent by Kahlig reads A Council Meeting will be held Butch Benitez acting as Any employee attending this meeting to show their support for Butch will receive 172 day of paid vaca was sighed by Kahlig and directed to all Kahlig said the halfday paid vacation applied to all not just to those who attended the and said he had planned to give his employees a halfday paid vacation According to he pro duced the memo and provided the support from Bluebonnet at Ben itezs I just sent the memo because Butch asked for the support and I told him Id get him Kahlig Benitez said he had no knowledge of the and when asked if he had requested any support form Bluebonnet Motors or more specifically Benitez responded sim No Councilmembers Jan Kennady and Chris Bowers said they were told following the May 24 meeting that there were a number of Blue bonnet employees in attendance at the which had to be moved to a larger facility due to the large number of people in but they had no prior knowledge of any organized Bowers felt this was another attempt to keep Goodbread from taking office for his fourth Ive got to think that this is a pretty good example of the oppo sition powers trying to keep Good bread out of Bowers When it gets to the point where you have to pay people to go to council then what have you got and council man Dan Bremer walked out of the May 24 council meeting after Goodbread refused to step The council members differed in opinion regarding Goodbreads status with the council saying that he could not while Goodbread maintained he was the councilman until the lawsuit was settled or until his replace ment was elected in a special elec When Goodbread said he had no knowledge of the letter and had no further com Hutchison easily wins Senate seat Comal County Kay Bailey Hutchison68 Bob Krueger 32 Texas Hutchson Krueger 33 88 reporting By ROSE MARIE EASH HeraldZeitung Conceeding the Senate seat Saturday Bob Krueger congratulated Kay Bailey Hutchi saying she had won profound support across the state and call ing for bipartisan unity for the sake of Lets get behind her because Texas needs two senators working for Krueger Admit ting that he had proven he wasnt a great Krueger said he thought he had been a good sen Greeted by sustained he Cheer loud enough we might get his tone turned more serious and philosophical when he explained what the hardest part of the loss The most painful thing is I know how hard you worked and I thought the only way I could repay that was through public said But not this Krueger told his supporters not to blame themselves and said nothing could ever take away the brief time he had served as a sen He said he was proud of the judicial appointments he was able to make and would continue to find ways to serve his Hie real privilege is public ser vice in the United States of Amer Krueger Kathleen Krueger echoed his America calls for she Thank you for attempting to put a man of excellence in the rmtmm HeraldZeitung photo by John Huseth Senator Bob Krueger gives wife Kathleen a warm embrace and kiss at the Capitol Marriott Hotel In Austin after delivering a speech conceeding the Senate special election to Republican Kay Bailey Wimberley man killed in auto accident By MARK LYON rteraklZWtung A 28yearold Wimberley man was killed in an auto accident at approximately Saturday morning on Ranch according to officials with the Comal County Sheriffs Michael of Wimberley was killed after being partially ejected from his 1991 Chevy S10 pickup when he was unable to successfully negotiate a turn northbound on Ranch approximately miles south east of officials A 33yearold Thomas Miller was injured and taken by emergency med ical personnel to McKenna Memorial Hospital and was listed in fair condition with minor cuts and No other vehicles were involved in the acci a sheriffs department spokesperson Todays Texas Lottery Numbers 6 8 12 20 44 48 million jackpot
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