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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 22, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Tuftsriav Fph ?? 1QQ4 ■ H«ralrl-7«ituna ■ 3 Vests LM, Mar It Jtlach, Mtllndt Blrdtong, Jtan Dorbandt, Franott Lays, Mary KsS^iCe&K Carolt Bartram, Mary Adat Schnaldar, Joyca S. Kolodzla and Bill Schumann at the caramony. Garden club marks Arbor Day The Guada Coma Garden Club met Feb. 8 in the Landa Park Arboretum to plant a Wintergreen Oak in observance of Arbor Day. The tree was planted to honor Mr. William L. “Bill” Schumann in recognition of his willingness to share his time, talent and expertise with the Guada Coma Garden Club through the years. He was honored, also, for his many hours of help and advice in the Landa park Arboretum. Members and guests were invited for refreshments in the Landa Park Office Conference Room.    * A short business meeting followed.; • The next meeting will be March 8,; 1994, at 2 pin., in the NBISD Educe-: hon Building on Mill Street ; Young Conservatives honor Rep. Edmund Kuempel with IOO percent rating U.S. SAVINGS BONDS The investment that lets you count your I \ chickens before iy .    > / « kr > ‘ - v they hatch. 1-800-4-US-BOND Sane Representative Edmund Kuem-pel, R-District 45, was named to the 73rd Legislature Honor Roll today by the Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT). Kuempel received a perfect IOO percent ming for his voting record during the 1993 season. “It is an honor to be recognized by the Young Conservatives,” Kuempel mid. “I believe that my votes for term limits, freedom of choice for public school students and stronger penalties against crime ate reflective af my constituents’ wishes,” he said, referring to some of the test votes used by the YCT. Of the ISO Texas House members and 31 Texas Senators, only 8 members (including Kuempel) received the IOO percent rating. State YCT chairman David Guen-thner praised the Honor Roll members. “The votes represented in these raring capture the entire spectrum of current issues,” he said. “Members of our Honor Roll are truly the most conservative in the Texas Legislature.” YCT has published ratings of the Texas Legislature continuously since 1975, longer than any other organizations in the state. T 0 M A T 0 E "Table ready tomatoes Right off the vines before youi Flavor that you always knew a tomato should have Clean red fruit - no pesticides SURE-They cost more than the pretenders STOP BY THE GREENHOUSE -Call 606-1838 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE On The Ballot Candidates for the March 8 Republican Party Primary US. Senator: Kay Bailey Hutchison, M. Troy Mata, Ernest J. Schmidt, Tom Spink, Stephen Hopkins, Roger Henson and James C. Curry UA Representative, District 21: Scott Campbell and Lamar Smith UA Representative, District 28: David C. Slatier Governor: George W. Bush and Ray Hollis Lieutenant Governor: H. J. (Tex) Lezar Attorney General: Don Wittig, Tony Garza, John Marshall and Patricia (Pat) Lykos Comptroller of Public Accounts: Teresa Dogged State Treasurer: David Hartman and Mike Wolfe Commissioner of General Land Office: Malta Grcy-tok Commissioner of Agriculture: Ricky Perry Railroad Commissioner: Charles R. Matthews Railroad Commissioner, (unexpired term): Carole Keeton Rylander Justice, Supreme Court, Place I: Oliver S. Kitzman and George Busch Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2: Nathan L. Hecht and Charles Ben Howell Justice, Supreme Court, Place 3: Priscilla Owen Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place I: John S. Cossum and Steve Mansfield Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2: Sam Bay-less, Cathy Cochran Herasimchuk and Sharon Keller State Senator, District 21: Fernando Cantu State Senator, District 25: Jeff Wentworth and Van Archer State Representative, District 45: Edmund Kuempel District Judge, 207th Judicial District: Jack Robison and Mark E. Cusack District Judge, 274th Judicial District: Bill Bender and Esther J. Seidel County Judge: Carter Casteel and Ted Key Judge, County Court at Law: Fred Clark District Clerk: Margaret Herbrich County Clerk: Joy Streator County Treasurer: R. A. “Bait” Bartholomew County Commissioner, Pct 2: Danny Sched and Neil Craigmile County Commissioner, Pct. 4: Ed Nolan and Morris “Moc” Schwab Justice of the. Peace, Pct 2: Ramiro “Ray** Martinez Justice of the Peace, Pct 3: Fred Stewart and William Edison Taylor Justice of the Peace, Pct 4: Howard A. "Curly” Smith and Pamela Board Collatable, Pct 2, (unexpired term): Albert Herbrich and Lester L. I casshe** Constable, Pct 3, (unexpired term): Jim Hanley The Republican Primary ballots will also include the following referendum: "Should the citizens of Texas be allowed to vote on the following question: "The Department of Public Safety should be uithorized to adopt rules for licensing and training qualified citizens to carry handguns for self protection." YES NO Candidates for the March 8 Democratic Party Primary UA Senator: Evelyn K. Lantz, Richard Fisher, Mike Andrews and Jim Mattox UA Representative, District 28: Frank Tqjeda Governor: Gary Espinosa and Ann W. Richards LL Governor: Bob Bullock Attorney General: Dan Morales Comptroller of Pubic Accounts: John Sharp State Treasurer: Martha Whitehead and Grady Yarborough Commissioner of General Land Office: Garry Maitre Commissioner of Agriculture: Marvin Gregory Railroad Commissioner: James E. (Jim) Nugent and Robert Earley Railroad Commissioner, Place I (unexpired term): Mary Scott Nabors and David Young Justice, Supreme Court, Place I: Bill Yarborough, Raul A. Gonzalez and Rent Haas. Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2: Alice Oliver Parrot and Mike Westergren Justice, Supreme Court, Place 3: Margaret G. Mirabal and Jimmy Carroll Presiding Judge Court of Criminal Appeals: Charles F. (Charlie) Baird and Mike McCormick Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place I: Charles F. Campbell Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2: Gene Kelly, Betty Marshall, Bennie Ray, Norman Lanford and Frances M. (Poppy) Northcutt. State Senator, District 21: Judith Zaffirini State Senator, District 25: Jim Saundere Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals District Place I: Marilyn Aboussie Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals District Place 2: Wood-ie Jones Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals District Place 3: Mack Kidd Justice. 3rd Court of Appeals Dhtrfct Place 4: Bea Ann Smith District Judge, 287th Judicial District Nile B. Riedd, Jeff Van Horn and John Curtis District Judge, 274th Judicial District: Fred A. Moore County Clerk: Cheryl K. Scott County Treasurer: Jane Abbott County Commissioner, Pct 4: Lois M. Duggan Justice of the Peace, Pct I: Diana Guerrero Voters may cast thsir ballote March 8, or during tho early voting period, which started last weak. Voters may vote in alt her the Democratic or Republican primary, but not both. Early voting la taking place In the Comal County Courthouse Annex, Room 306, through March 4, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays. Be prepared: Get emergency training By JOHN ROBINSON New Braunfels Firefighter/Paramedic Special to the Harak^Zaitung •What would you do? You are attending a picnic at Landa Park. A commotion breaks out in the group next to yours. As you go to investigate, you find that a small child had fallen into the water and although he has been pulled out, he doesn’t appear to be breathing. •What would you do? You are trying to get caught up on aome much needed cleaning around the house. While vacuuming in the bedroom, you hear a hinny noise. You turn off the vacuum cleaner to see if you can tell where the sound is coming Bom. To your surprised, you realize flat the amoke detector in your utility room is going off. You run to find smoke and flames coining from you dryer. •What would you do? You are driving home and turn a comer in your neighborhood to find that a child riding his bicycle has just been struck by a car. The child is injured and laying unconscious in the Bree* next to his bent bicycle. •What would you do? Although many people think that these or other types of emergencies will never happen to them, the truth it that emergencies can and do occur in many families of our community. Moat citizens believe that it it the responsibility of the Fire Department along with its emergency medical service to handle these emergencies. The truth is that the fire department is only one link in the chain of intervention. The private citizen is the first (and in some cases most critical) link in that chain. In the case of a file in your home, do you know what to do? Do you have a fire extinguisher? Do you know how (and when) to use a fire extinguisher? Have you and your family practiced E D I T H. (Escape Drills In The Home)? do you have smoke detectors in your house? When was the last time the batteries were changed? Do you know when it is appropriate to dial 911? Although the answers to these above questions may seem obvious, it is suprising how many people don't follow some basic guideline! when responding to emergencies. The first rule of responding appropriately to a fire is; if there is any doubt that you can safely and quickly handle the fire, call 911 before doing anything else. Let your actions be guided by the fact that no amount of property is worth the loss of human life. For more information, the New Braunfels Fire Department has personnel available to speak to schools, organizations, or other groups. Call 608-2120 for details. What about the medical emergency examples described earlier? When should 911 be called? WhN will jai be asked by the dispatcher when you call? When should you start CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation)? Do you know how to perform CPR? How can Local News Local News Local News Read the Herald-Zeltung you help an injured person without causing more harm? Relying on your common sense in the event of an emergency is not enough. During an emergency, people can and often do get so excited that instead of acting rationally, they either do nothing or take inappropriate actions. A more effective approach is to get the necessary training before an emergency occurs and have a “game plan’’ ready. Having this plan reduces the number of decisions that need to be made at the scene of an emergency. Who should know CPR and emergency first aid? Mothers, fathers, brothers, sitters, babysitters, teachers, students, employers, employees, etc... Every adult and adolescent can benefit from this training. CPR and first aid training are available through the American Red Cross (620-1999X and the community education departments of the New Braunfels Independent School District (620-6200) and Comal Independent School District (625-6251). Being “Fire Wise,” CPR trained, and first aid trained is an important step in answering the question “What would you do?” h makes you part of an emergency response team that includes doctors, nurses, police, firefighters, paramedics and aware citizens of our community. What will YOU do? ED Nolan will be a strong, effective. hardworking County Commissioner. * He believes that the growth of government at all levels continues to erode our personal and financial freedom. * We have enough of politicians who keep spending, raising our taxes and wasting our tax dollars. * The incumbent has voted FOR every spending increase since he has been in office. Where and when do the spending and tax increases stop? I 0 REPUBLICAN rn NOLAN FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER A Strong Voice for Less Government and More Effective Use of Our Tax Dollars Republican Primary March 8, 1994 Early Voting February 16, - March 4, Pd. Pol. Adv., Ed Nolan Camp., P.O. 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