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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 23, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas MIU to serve on CLWSC board By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer mail or lost them John Laughlin wanted to know what safeguards were in place to make sure the proxies in question were legitimate. "Was there any accountability for the proxies which were delivered?” I oughlin said. Alexander said the proxies were Contents of His Character Made This Grandpa Great by Abigail Van Buren O IWZ UrKVRfM) (>'M* SytvV*W DEAR ABBY: I 'vt* never hwn one to cry, but my grandfather, Jenae "Mint" Toney, died in October 1996, and I rn IHM him. He wan a hero. A real hero. Not JU ut hecauHe he wan Gen. George S. Patton's chauffeur and valet during World War II, but becolme of who he wan. His life taught me nomething I need to share. It's nomething we are lofting an individual, an families, and even an a country. It’n something that is there, like faith, even when everything else falls apart. You need it. I need it. The whole world needs it. You can’t build enough of it, It won't leave you when times get tough. It will carry you. It’s what makes real men and women honorable It s IsMiig under-appreciated. It’s what grew the fastest the weaker he got. It wus his character! Yes, character. Uke respect, it is not nomething you ask for; it's nomething you earn, hike strength, it's not something granted; its developed. It may only count to those who have it — hut character counts. He was not impressed by what someone accum pl win ti, but by what they had overcome. That's character He didn't take the easy way. He took the right way Thats character. He accepted responsibility for bis actions, faced the consequences without complaint and Ii vee! his life the beet he could. Thats character. His road map was the Scriptures; his compass was his heart; his passion was his family; hts character was his art. That’s what he taught me, and I think the message is worth repeating. JEFF POWELL, DUBLIN, OHIO DEAR JEFF: Please accept my sympathy on the painful low of your beloved grandfather. Obviously, your letter was writ* tan from the heart. It would have made a beautiful eulogy. Thank you for sharing the im* portant life lesson* your grandfather taught you. DEAR ABBY: I was raised in an old-fashioned home. I was taught to sew and cook and be a worthy wife and mother. I cooked and fed my family wholesome meals. unfortunately, one of my sons (“Tom" — not his real name) married a woman who never cooks. She waits until Tom comes home after a hard day’s work at the office, then •he Mends him out to some fast-fond K* ice to pick up their evening meal is is not just occasionally; this is every night of the week except when they go out to eat. I invite them to my home for dinner ss often as I can. Tom is a good husband and father. He doesn’t drink, smoke or gamble. He's a good provider and allows his wife to stay home and not work. My question is, why aren't mother* these days preparing their daughters for marriage? Don't you think men should consider this a requisite when courting? It could save marriages. OLD-FASHIONED AND GI AI) OF IT DEAR OLD FASHIONED: You and I are a generation apart from your son and his wife, so it would be easy for me to agree with you. However, these days it takes more than talent in the kitchen to make a marriage work. I find it telling that your Min is not the family member who is complaining. As bing as he has you. I'm betting neither he nor his wife will learn to rook. CANYON LAKE Amid controversy about voting procedures, two new members were elected to the Canyon Lake Water Supply Corp Board of Directors on Saturday. William K. Holmes and Thomas I ianson wert elected to the two open put in alphabetical order and put in a seats vacated by President Col. Lee cabinet Mc said the signatures on the Roper and Secretary James Alexander, ballots were venficd with names on a Holmes and Hanson were the top computer list votc-gcttcrs which included proxy    CLWSC's attorney. John votes. Holmes received 1,483 votes. Houchins, said what the employees Hanson, 827 and Bruce Hurley, 667. did was legal. The scats arc for three-year terms,    Roper said the employees started The voting process was not to collect the proxies themselves and without controversy. Much was he was not aware of the situation made about the 4,107 proxies which when Jack Wallace, a member who were mailed out in late January and helped count the proxies, brought the due by Feb. 14.    incidents    to his attention. Approximately 1,400 were    He said after he consulted returned. It was later revealed that Houchins, he decided to let the water supply corporation employees employees collect the proxies, had helped collect or give out proxies Suzanne M. Willard, president of during company time.    the Waterfront Park Property Owners’ The mailed proxies had mailing Association, said she felt the labels on them while the ones given corporation's by-laws should be out by the employees did not    changed to allow for more direct Roper said this was done because voting for the board of directors some ratepayers did not receive ballots "They have used the proxies to thmugh the mail or misplaced them maintain control." she said. "We "The fact is a lot of people didn’t have to get 2,000 to 3,000 members get them,” Roper said after the to vote We have to have people meeting. "Two weeks ago, we come out of there living rooms and realized we didn’t have a quorum vote them dead " We realized we had to get more    Wallace said the way the proxies in voters to have a meeting ”    question were collected was    wrong Roper said 20 percent, about    800    "It may or may not have been members have to be present    to elect    legal," he said. "But it was    unethical the board members The corporation of the principles governed by a non has about 4,OCK) ratepayers.    profit corporation." Roper said an extra 500 proxies    Hurley thanked his supporters for were printed for those ratepayers what they did in trying to get him who did not receive them through the elected. 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