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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 9, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas jj 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 Scotts Im thrilled to death with the con fidence the people have in said an elated Streamer She picked up about 10 percent more votes than in their previous race for county clerk Im was a little surpised but Im really pleased with the margin of vic Streater added Streater who will serve her first full term said she would be working to implement the countys new automat ed documenting system which she says will increase speed of service for residents Guadalupe County Election Results Race District US Rep Dist 21 Rep Lamar Smith Ind Kerry 1 Lowry Total 100 US Rep Dist 28 Dem Frank Tejeda Rep David C Slatter Total 100 Governor Dem Ann Richards Rep GeorQe W Bush Lib Keary Ehlers Total 100 Lieutenant Governor Dem Bob Bullock Rep H J Tex Total 100 Attorney General Dem Dan Morales Rep DonWittig Lib Vicki Flores Total 100 Total Pet 196 495 Comptroller of Public Accounts Dem John Sharp Rep Teresa Doggett Total 100 State Treasurer DemMartha Whitehead Rep David Hartman Total 100 Justice Supreme Cduft Placri 1 Dem Raul A Gonzalez Rep John B Hawley Total 100 j 70 30 Commissioner of the General Land Office Dem Garry Mauro Rep Marta Greytok Lib David C Chow 513 Total 100 Commissioner of Agriculture Dem Marvin Gregory Rep Rick Perry Lib Clyde L Garland 485 200 Total 100 Railroad Commissioner Dem James E Nugent Rep Charles R Matthews Lib Rick Draheim Total 100 491 Railroad Commissioner Unexpired Term DemMary Scott Nabers Rep Carole Keeton Rylander Lib Buster Crabb 729 Total Justice Supreme Court Place 2 Dem Alice Oliver Parrott6i085 Rep Nathan L Hecht Total 100 Justice Supreme Court Place 3 Dem Jimmy Carroll Rep Priscilla Owen Total 100 Presiding Judge Court of Criminal Appeals Dem Mike McCormick 100 Total 100 Judge Court of Criminal Appeals Place 1 Dem Charles F Campbell Rep Steve Mansfield Total 100 Judge Court of Criminal Appeals Place 2 Dem Betty Marshall Rep Sharon Keller Total 100 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 she said Ive spent ayear working hard every night on the cam paign and working a 40hour week in San Antonio Id like to go back to being a grandma for 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 she said Curly Smith retains Precinct 4 JP seat By TECLO 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 votes Huge successes by the Republican party in state and national races helped boost him to such a huge victory Smith said Also Idontthinkthepublic wants anybody in office that is an indepen said Smith I dont believe any one should be in office without any control over You have to have Close to a quarter of Comal County voters chose to vote straight ticket with the Republican party This year people went exclusively with the GOP In the 1990 election only voters went straight ticket Republican accord ing to Comal County officials The Justice of the Peace said office holders without party 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 sup port he received in the campaign and was ready to resume the normal duties of his office Nothing is going to he said We are going to conduct busi ness the same way we have and that is how the people want it If they do not they can vote me out next The O 4CJ5S Patio Cantina Nov 9 ALAN VOIGHT Nov 10CHRIS JUDY Nov 11 THE STINGRAYS Nov 12 HAT TRICK Now open on The Patio Thurs nights Music 30 Open till 2am River Rd 620RAFT LANDA STATION 6293311 RESTAURANT BAR OPEN SUNDAY 12 NOON Menu from utix f al auaniny Specialties Apcfus Beef Chicken Dishes Affordable Casual Elegance CHECK OUT OUR NEW LOOK LIVE ENTERTAINMENT SAT BOP SAVANT TUES MONTY TYLER THURS TERIHENDRIX SAT NOV 12 STINGRAYS While Market Items Last Boneless i Seauin St g Catfish Cove ro g McQueeney Rd h Granzins Meat Market Walnut Ave GRANZINS MEAT MARKET 1644 McQueeney Rd 6253510 MKT MADE BEEF JERKY DRY SAUSAGE HEAD CHEESE BLOOD SAUSAGE Monday thru Saturday While Market Items Last Catfish Filets Fresh Split Breast Chicken 5 Ibs or more ft 5 Ibs orless 97tlb Pork Boston Butt 97 lb Dormans American Cheese 89 lb Milwaukees Best Best Light CPT A 12 pack 12 oz cans Boneless Lean Beef Stew Country Style Spare Ribs 97 lb Caulifower USDA Choice Shoulder Roast 79 lb Hormel 95 Fat Free Cooked Ham 59 Texas Sweet Potatoes lb Chuck Hamburger 5 lb Pkg r or more I69 Coke Sprite Tab Sunkist Dr Pepper 612 oz cans 6 pack Special Good Wed Nov 9th through Tues Nov DEER PROCESSING Frozen Cut and Wrap Beef Hindquarter Forequarter Custom Sausage Making Summer Sausage Salami Buck Sticks Jerky Sunday pm pm Deer Drop Off Three Dems beaten DALLAS veter an 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 reelection bids Tuesday Before the election Democrats held an 1813 edge Over Republi cans in the Senate and a 9060 margin in the House By the time most of the votes were counted Democrats held a 1614 edge in the Senate and led in the remaining race In the House Democrats led 8761 and were in front in the other two contests DONT DISCOUNT YOUR EYE CARE GLASSES You can depend on You can depend on SERVICE You can depend on When you depend on your glasses go to the dependable opticians at C73 Creative Eyewear 844 N Walnut New Braunfels 6259770 GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 62964OO IH 35 and Walnut Ave ALL SHOWS BEFORE PM Times good thru 1 Sun Woakdnys Sun Weekday tki Sun Weekdays lOKlFHII worrvn btoMy bunlng Sun Weekdays J RICHARD DREYFUSS LINDA HAMILTON SILENT Sun Weekdays TRUST NO ONE ROBERT A HEINLEINS rtiE puppet masters Sun Weekdays J BRAUNTEX 6254411 290 W San Antonio ALL SHOWS Times good thru f NOfnriiKirAiMiNiiiA Snl Sun I I I Karate Kid wookdays I V I SalSun vi I Weekdays TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Cloak for Superman 5 One 9 Frozen surface 12 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