New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 9, 1994, Page 2

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November 09, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 9, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas 2 A ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Wednesday, Nov. 9, 1994 Streater beats Scott in county clerk rematch By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer In a rematch of several years ago, County Clerk Joy Streater retained her office, defeating Democratic challenger Cheryl Scott. Streater collected 13, 619 votes or roughly 70 percent to Scott’s 4,834. “I’m thrilled to death with the confidence the people have in me,” said an elated Streater. She picked up about IO percent more votes than in their previous race for county clerk. “I’m was a little surpised but I’m really pleased with the margin (of victory)” Streater added. . Streater, who will serve her first full term, said she would be working to implement the county’s new automated documenting system, which she says will increase speed of service for residents. Guadalupe County Election Results Race, District Total Pct Total 17,382 100 I Justice, Supreme Court, Place 1 US Rep. Dist. 21 State Treasurer Dem - Raul A. Gonzalez 9.518 70 Rep - Lamar Smith 9,562 87.47 Dem-Martha Whitehead 6,982 40.30 Rep - John B. Hawley 4,076 30 Ind - Kerry L. Lowry 1,378 12.53 Rep - David Hartman 10,345 59.70 Total 13,586 100 Total 10,932 100 Total 17,327 100 I Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2 US Rep. Dist. 28 Commissioner of the General Land Office Dem - Alice Oliver Dem - Frank Tejeda 2,836 51.85 Dem - Garry Mauro 7,534 43.31 Parrott 6,085 35.13 Rep - David C. Slatter 2,513 45.94 Rep - Marta Greytok 9,348 53.74 Rep - Nathan L. Hecht 11,890 64.87 Total 5,470 100 Lib - David C. Chow 513 2.95 Total 17,095 100 Total 17,395 100 Governor Justice, Supreme Court, Place 3 0 Dem - Ann Richards 6,509 36.14 Commissioner of Agriculture Dem - Jimmy Carroll 6,036 35.57 Rep - George W. Bush 11,384 62.77 Dem - Marvin Gregory 4,632 26.71 Rep - Priscilla Owen 10,934 64.43 Lib - Keary Ehlers 196 1.09 Rep - Rick Perry 12,228 70.50 Total 16,970 100 Total 18,089 100 Lib - Clyde L. Garland 485 200 Total 17,345 100 Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Lieutenant Governor Dem - Mike McCormick 10,414 100 Dem - Bob Bullock 9,579 54.01 Railroad Commissioner Total 10,414 100 Rep - H. J. "Tex” 8,158 45.99 Dem - James E. Nugent 7.046 48.74 Total 17,737 100 Rep - Charles R. Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 1 Matthews 9,759 56.42 Dem - Charles F. Attorney General Lib - Rick Draheim 491 2.84 Campbell 6,129 36.71 Dem - Dan Morales 8,199 46.48 Total 17,296 100 Rep - Steve Mansfield 10,566 63.29 Rep - Don Wittig 8,977 50.88 Total 16,695 100 Lib - Vicki Flores 495 2.88 Railroad Commissioner, Unexpired Term Total 17,671 100 Dem - Mary Scott Nabers6,492 37.38 Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2 Rep - Carole Keeton Dem - Betty Marshall 5,861 35.15 Comptroller of Public Accounts Rylander 10,147 58.42 Rep - Sharon Keller 10,812 64.85 Dem - John Sharp 8,415 48.41 Lib - Buster Crabb 729 4.29 Total 16,673 100 Rep - Teresa Doggett 8,967 51.59 Total 17,368 Increasing voter turnout is also a continuing goal. Scott, who works in San Antonio, said she was not thinking of running for another office at this time. “No. (But) I could change my mind,” she said. “I’ve spent a year working hard every night on the campaign and working a 40-hour week in San Antonio. I’d like to go back to being a grandma for awhile.” Although Scott said she would not run for another office, she did say she would continue to participate in public activities. “I will continue to be very actice in the community,” she said. Curly’ Smith retains Precinct 4 JP seat By TECLO J. GARCIA Staff Writer Republican incumbent Justice of the Peace Howard “Curly” Smith easily defeated his independent challenger in the Comal County Precinct Four race. The race was never close, with Smith maintaining a three to one lead as early as when the absentee ballots results were released. Smith received 77 percent of the vote, or 4075 votes, and Pat Kochis garnered 23 percent, or 1,203 votes. Huge successes by the Republican party in state and national races helped boost him to such a huge victory. Smith said. “Also I don’t think the public wants anybody in office that is an independent,” said Smith. “I don’t believe anyone should be in office without any control over them.. You have to have supervisor.” Close to a quarter of Comal County voters chose to vote straight ticket with the Republican party. This year, 5,133 people went exclusively with the GOP. In the 1990 election only 2,250 voters went straight ticket Republican, according to Comal County officials. The Justice of the Peace said office holders without parry affiliation do not have to be accountable to anyone and the public can see that. Smith said another reason for his victory was the revelation that Kochis received a Public Intoxication citation. He said he thought that played on vot ers minds as they went to the polls Tuesday. Smith said he appreciated the support he received in the campaign and was ready to resume the normal duties of his office. “Nothing is going to change,” he said. “We arc going to conduct business the same way we have and that is how the people want it. If they do not they can vote mc out next time.” AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA B LANDA STATION * ^: * 629-3311    y~j RESTUM ANT APAR J~7    ^ *    * ★    OPEN SUNDAY 12 NOON    * A    'A Al ^    V    ▼J    A ti The O" 4C£S Patio Si Cantina Nov. 9 - ALAN VOIGHT Nov. 10-CHRIS & JUDY Nov. 11 - THE STINGRAYS Nov. 12-HAT TRICK Now open on The Patio Thurs. nights Music 9:30-1:30 • Open 'till 2am #1 River Rd. if “Dance linden tie 7rt<u Stnne A    620-RAFT A A A A A A A A A New Menu 7nt{inltlCUHj ( dnf X/(/<>/ Xidler from C ny land hies ■ <Y// eueri/ixj Speeches "Angus Beef & Chicken Dishes” "Affordable Casual Elegance" CHECK OUT OUR NEW LOOK LIVE ENTERTAINMENT SAT DOP SAVANI I UPS MON IY IYLER THURS TERI HENDRIX SAI NOV 12 STINGRAYS While Market Items Last Seguin St a en rn Oddish Cove c o McQueeney Rd Lo • rn co Gran/ins I Meat Market GRANZIN’S MEAT MARKET 1644 McQueeney Rd. —    625-3510 Walnut Ave MKT MADE BEEF JERKY DRY SAUSAGE, HEAD CHEESE BLOOD SAUSAGE 8:30-6:00 Monday thru Saturday While Market Items Last Boneless Catfish Filets Fresh Split Breast Chicken 5 lbs or more 5 lbs orless 97$ lh Pork Boston Butt _97    $    ib Dormans American Cheese $l89ib Milwaukees Best Best Light 12 pack 12 oz. cans Country Style Spare Ribs 97$ lb Boneless Lean Beef Stew 197 lb USoT^IioIce Shoulder Roast Hormel 95% Fat Free Cooked Ham 59 Caulifower 1.19 ea. 37 $ ib Texas Sweet Potatoes Chuck Hamburger 4 5 lb Pkg / or more I®* ib. Special Good Wed. Nov. 9th through Tues. Nov. 15th Coke, Sprite, Tab, A&W, Sunkist, & Dr. Pepper $1.69 6-12 oz. rnns 6 pack EST BEEF Frozen, Cut and Wrap 1/2 Beef 1.45 Hindquarter 1.59 Forequarter 1.35 DEER PROCESSING Custom Sausage Making ■ Summer Sausage • Salami • Buck Sticks • Jerky Sunday 1 OO pm - 8:00 pm Deer Drop Off Three Dems beaten I DALLAS (AP) — Three veteran Democrats have been defeated in legislative races that produced a lot of smoke but little change. In the Senate, Carl Parker of Port Arthur and Steve Carriker of Roby, and in the House, Betty Denton of Waco, lost their re-election bids Tuesday. Before the election, Democrats held an 18-13 edge over Republicans in the Senate, and a 90-60 margin in the House. By the time most of the votes were counted, Democrats held a 16-14 edge in the Senate, and led in the remaining race. In the House, Democrats led 87-61, and were in front in the other two contests. 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