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   Seguin Gazette Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 13, 1996, Seguin, Texas                                3 Wednesday March 13 1996 The Seguin GazetteEnterprise Seguin Texas a t tllri Scout week Girls Scouts of the are celebrating Girl Scout Week from March 1016 Tuesday March 12 is the official Girl Scout Birthday Juliett Lowe started the first Girl Scout troop on March 12 1912 in Savannah Ga Girl Scouts of the are growing in numbers and we are all proud to celebrate Girl Scoutings past and future Clattet Its not too late to join a class and begin work on your GED Navarro ISDs evening class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from in Room 202 of Navarro High School The adult education class is for students who want to complete the high school equivalency exam or learn English There is no cost All materials are free Call 3721930 for more information or come to Room 202 to register classes Crocheting classes are held on Thursdays from at the County Senior Citizens Center Call 3729857 for more informa tion Play Tripoly on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month from 24 The next playing day will be March 14 M2 at Sliver urn Come to the Silver Urn on the second and fourth Thurs days of each month to play 42Jrom 24 The next playing day is Thursday March 14 Club The Silver Lines Poetry Club meets the third Friday of each month at 1 at the Coun ty Senior Citizens Center Call 3729857 for more infor mation The next meeting is Feb 15 All poetry lovers are welcome Boy Scouts Local Boy Scouts are spon soring a Good Turn Clothing Roundup for peo ple with disabilities at Goodwill Industries The Scouts placed door hangers on front doors Sat urday March 9 The boys will return Saturday March 16 and collect used clothing left out If your neighborhood is not covered by the Scouts please taking the clothes to the Goodwill yellow dona tion trailer located at the MercerBlumberg Learning Center on Kingsbury Street across from Seguin High School on Saturday March 16 clinic A free blood pressure clinic will be held Tuesday March 19 from at the County Senior Citizens Center Call 3729857 for more informa tion These clinics are held the third Tuesday of each month tcaslno Night The Guadalupe County Humane Society will hold its annual Casino Night on Sat urday March 23 at Sports West sponsor of the event Gaming activities will run from 710 with the auc tion beginning at 10 There will be a donation collected at the door All proceeds benefit the building fund of the Guadalupe County Humane Society No one under 21 can be admitted Senior Citizen board The SeguinGuadalupe County Senior Citizens Cen ter board of directors meets the second and fourth Mon day of the month from 46 The next meeting is March 25 County votes with rest of state for Dole Gramm Guadalupe County Republi cans joined the majority of the voters in the Super Tuesday pri mary states by casting their ballots for Bob Dole for President and Phil Gramm for Senator A total of votes were cast locally in both party primaries Tuesday Some of those vot ed in the Republican primary and another in the Democratic primary That means only percent of the eligible voters in the county cast a ballot In the Republican primary Bob Dole carried Guadalupe County with percent or votes Pat Buchanan garnered votes or percent followed by Steve Forbes with per cent with votes Phil Gramm carried the coun ty easily with percent or votes David Young was the next closest candidate with percent or 944 votes In the Railroad Commissioner race Carole Keeton Rylander the incumbent carried Guadalupe County with percent of the vote or votes Her opponent Robert A Bob Wood earned votes or percent In uncontested races for the Supreme Court Tom Phillips earned votes for Chief Jus tice John Corynn had votes for Place 1 James A Baker had votes for Place 2 and Greg Abbott had votes for Place 3 In the race for Judge Court of Criminal Appeals Place 1 Sue Holland was the top vote getter in Guadalupe County with percent or votes She was followed closely by James Daniel Boone with votes or percent A runoff is expected between these two In the race for Place 2 a runoff is also expected Paul Womack took Guadalupe County with percent of the vote or ballots Pat Barber garnered percent of the vote or votes Mike Keasler was close behind with percent or votes In Place 3 Cheryl A Johnson was leading but will likely face a runoff She carried Guadalupe County with percent or votes Her runoff opponent will be either Tom Price who gar nered percent of the vote or votes in Guadalupe Coun ty or John Bradley who earned percent of the vote or votes in Guadalupe County Bob Offutt running unopposed for State Board of Education Dis trict 5 had votes In the Democratic primary Bill Clinton garnered percent of the local votes in a light turnout He earned votes In the race to see who will face Gramm for the Senate seat in November a runoff is expect ed between John Bryant and Victor M Morales Morales carried Guadalupe County with percent or 533 votes Bryant received per cent or 511 votes Hector Uribe was unopposed in his bid for the party nomina tion for Railroad Commissioner and will face Rylander in Novem ber He earned votes in Guadalupe County Supreme Court nominees uncontested for their partys nomination included Andrew Jackson Kupper for Chief Justice votes in Guadalupe Coun ty Patrice Barren in Place 1 with local votes and Gene Kelly in Place 2 with local votes Bob Perkins is the predicted winner in the tight race for Judge Court of Criminal Appeals Place 1 In Guadalupe County he earned percent or 626 votes compared to Frances Northcutts percent or 593 votes In the Place 2 race a runoff is predicted between Charles Hoi comb and Gary Taylor Holcomb carried mis county was per cent or 367 votes while Taylor garnered percent or 341 votes Frank Maloney was uncon tested in his bid to become the party nominee in Place 3 t In the race to see who will face Offutt for the State Board of Edu cation seat Nettie Ruth Bratton easily beat Joe Richeson In this county she garnered 73 percent or 895 votes while Richeson earned only 27 percent or 331 votes Phil Hardberger was uncontest ed in his bid as Chief Justice 4th Court of Appeals District In this county he garnered votes Kuempel Bratcher react to outcome OBITUARIES not be any negative campaigning I will run on my record and do what I have always done promise to represent the people of District 45 with a strong con servative voice in the state Bratcher in a statement issued Wednesday morning wished Kuempel success but added that he wasnt going away My best wishes go with the incumbent and the majority of the people who voted in the Repub lican primary Where there is no exchange of views and a lack of competition from another party its up to the conservatives of fine Republican party to offer another point of view I presented concerns and solutions while the incumbent continued to talk in generalities Thats what the powersthatbe in the Texas Legis lature do while voting away our individual property right and increasing property taxes The voters have made their choice but Ill continue to insist that our elected officials be accountable for what they do to us with their votes locally and in the legislature Now that I have the campaign signs Ill be ready to run I will be In the State Senate 25 race Wentworth was trie popular choice in both Guadalupe and Comal counties as well as throughout the rest of the district Locally Wentworth collected votes percent to for his opponent Randy Staudt percent In Comal County Wentworth received votes percent to Staudts percent Wentworths better than two toone margin held throughout the district overall According to the Texas Secretary of States office with over 99 percent of the vote in Wentworth had received a total of votes per cent to a total of percent for Staudt Im elated over the results of the Wentworth said in a phone interview Wednesday morning I really didnt know how things were going to go My campaign did some polling in early and late February that gave us some good numbers but it was really impossible to say what was going to happen in this year of a presidential election Because there were so many Republican candidates and an uncontested Democratic primary we werent sure how many Democrats and Independents would be voting in a Republican primary for the first time or how those first time voters would impact the Wentworth has no opponent in November Staudt commenting on his bid to unseat the incumbent Went worth said he knew from the beginning that he was facing an uphill climb It goes without say ing that the fact that he won by such a large margin was surpris ing to he explained But we knew from the beginning it was going to be difficult based on the fact that incumbents have a 97 percent reelection Police officers testify in fathers trial Contd from Pg 1 police to report the abuse San Antonio Police Patrolman Christopher Dennis testified that he had been dispatched to Santa Rose in reference to a child abuse case He talked to a nurse and a doctor and later went looking for the childs father He and his sergeant found Rios standing near a concrete pillar outside near the side door I ran up and grabbed him by the Dennis said We asked him what was going on He said he had a daughter in the hospi tal who had Rios was then handcuffed and had his rights read to him but was not arrested at that point Seguin Police Detective Juan Johnny Garcia said he was asked to assist Det Mike Watts and I et Lt Mike Rosas in the investigation and was present when Rios was arrested Garcia took Rios statement in which Rios admitted to slapping his daughter in the face In the statement read by Assis tant District Attorney Frank Follis Rios said he was playing with his daughter when he acci dentally fell on her breaking her leg Defense attorney Leslie Vaughn of San Antonio also read part of the statement aloud in which Rios said I dont know how my daughter got bite marks or opiates in her system but I did nt do Also testifying Tuesday was Julia Trevino Rios halfbrother Adolfo Trevino and Seguin Police officers Mike Watts George Campos and Darrell Hunter The trial resumed today with the testimony of medical wit nesses Foundation board kicks off spring campaign The board of directors of the Public Library Foundation is con ducting a campaign this spring The purpose of the fundraising effort is to introduce the founda tion to the community and to raise seed money for the library endowment The purpose of the Library Foundation is to build an endow ment for the SeguinGuadalupe County Library The income from the endow ment will be used annually to meet growing needs of the library that are not being met by current funding It is not to replace tax funds that are essential to having library services available to all of the community The goal of the Public Library Foundation is to build a perma nent endowment of million by the year 2000 The goal of the new campaign to be known as Foundations Form the Future is to raise in seed money to kick off the endowment Any donor who gives or pledges or more over the next three years will be perma nently recognized as a founder of the endowment Contributors of or more will be Founding Benefactors to Founding Patrons and to Founding Associates The members of the campaign steering committee are Keith Stadtmueller chairman Bob Blevins Sudie Bruns Jim Cook sey Mary Louise Donegan Itta Lenowitz and Doris Rinn stock status NEW YORK AP Morning slocks ATfcTCorp AtomoGroup BankAmerica Chrysler ColgatePalm ComclMettk Exxon FordMotor GenMoton GenMolonE Hexcel IBM rrw Jiutinlnd Motorola Nattonabk NorweM OryxEngy PhilipPM SunCo Tcwco Texulntts High Low Last 80 79V 72 61 27 79 33 52 56 56 li 114V 115 111 111 25 24 38 3ft 38 35 35 35 Some tool Mock quotes provided by the Seguin Edward Jonw office VKtBank WilMut Correction The incorrect answers to Sundays puzzle ran on Tuesday The correct answers are to the right We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused The Way We See It Quality Comes First When youre in a hurry we can well sti make sure your eyegl jyeglasses meet our quality standards Creative Eyewear 1255 Astiby Seguin TX Metro 3035180 Byrl H Hester Sr Funeral ser vices for Byrl Hubert Hester 89 of Dewville were held at 2 today March 13 1996 in Finch Funeral Home in Nixon Burial Hester was in Dewville Cemetery Mr Hester died Sunday March 10 in Guadalupe Valley Hospital He is survived by his wife Ellen Beatrice Bowers Hester of Dewville two sons Byrl Hubert Hester Jr of Dewville and Roger Dale Hester of Seguin and one daughter Betty Jean Brinlee of Dewville 13 grandchildren 28 greatgrandchildren and two greatgreatgrandchildren Memorials may be made to the donors choice Minor Maddox Funeral services for Minor Maddox 92 of Seguin were held at 2 today March in Goetz Memorial Chapel 713 N Austin St in Seguin with the Rev Jim Price officiating Burial followed in Duggar Cemetery Mr Maddox died Sunday March in Seguin He is survived by numerous cousins and friends He was preceded in death by one brother Bunyon Maddox one sister Eula Mae Maddox Hite and parents and Annie Maddox Pallbearers were Glen Grimm Albert Cowey Albert Hagemann Albert Grimm John Soefje and Ray Carley Memorials may be given to the charity of choice Marvin McKinney Funeral services for Marvin McKinney 60 of Seguin will be held at 11 Saturday March at New St James Bap tist Church with the Rev Malone officiating Burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park under the direction of Cren shaw Funeral Home Visitation will be Friday March 15 at the funeral home Mr McKinney died March 8 He is survived by his wife Merezell McKinney of Seguin one son Stan E McKinney of Austin one daughter Tina L McKinney Seal of Austin four brothers Carl ton McKinney Matthew McKinney and Clifford McKinney all of Seguin and Charles McK inney of St Hedwig five sisters Jollie Fields of Flint Michigan Myrtlene Fields of Grand Blac Michigan Lola Nelson of Corpus Christi Mary Jewel Clancy of Seguin and Louise Brown of Dal las three grandchildren DEATH NOTICES Diana Marie Ciomperlik 44 of St Hedwig died Tuesday March 12 1996 in San Antonio Funeral services will be at 10 Friday March in Annun ciation BVM Catholic Church with the Rev Bill Zadora officiating Burial will be in Annunciation BVM Cemetery under the direc tion of Finch Funeral Home Miss Linda Sue Coryell 22 of San Antonio died Monday March 11 A memorial service will be held in Mobile Alabama Local arrangements are under the direction or Palmer Mortuary Robert Charles Bull Ermel 66 of Refugio died Tuesday March Funeral services will be held at 10 Thursday March in Moore Funer al Home Chapel in Refugio Graveside services will be held at 2 March 14 in La Vernia under the direction of Moore Funeral Home CHILDREN 611 YEARS OLD NEEDED FOR SPRING ALLERGY STUDY Do you have a runny nose sneezing congestion or itchy watery eyes in the Spring If so we need 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