New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
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Heritage Exhibit Gala draws big crowd to civic center
(From left) Ann & Joe Kuehler (Wurstfest Assoc. President), Berdyne & Myron Floren, and Gloria & Bob Sohn (1994 Grosse Opa were enjoyed the festivities at the gala.
CANTU vs. ZAFFIRO!
As different as night and day!
OM HEALTH CARE: Authored "Shots Across Texas" bill to Immunize all Texas children and championed the cause of children in nursing homes.
OM JOB CREATIOM: Passed bills to create Jobs, train workers and increase educational opportunities.
OM PROTECTIMQ WOMEM AMD CHILDREM: Passed bills to register sex offenders and to protect abused children.
POR THE RECORD: Passed more than 160 bills. Career-long voting and attendance records of 100%, casting 11,987 consecutive votes!
OM VALUES: Lector, Blessed
Sacrament Church. Outstanding Ethics in Public Service Award, Texas Catholic Conference.
ON HEALTH CARE: Sued by the state for refusing to pay child support for his child whom he institutionalized 150 miles away.
ON JOB CREATION: A long history of unfair labor practices and exploiting undocumented workers.
ON PROTECTING WOMENS AND CHILDREN: Owns hotels whi^h have been linked with prostitution.
FOR THE RECORD: Sued for libel, invasion of privacy and for repeated nonpayment of taxes. No wonder he's running a negative campaign!
ON VALUES: Not known to be active in any church or religious organization.
How do the candidates compare? THEY DON'T! That's why so many South Texans are supporting Senator Judith Zaffirini.
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jack Robison says that because he Is a former city prosecutor and city judge he will be tough on crime and more sensitive to the needs of victims.
Let’s compare the records...
For almost 18 years, Jeff Van Horn has been either an Assistant District Attorney, an elected Criminal District Attorney, or an Assistant State's Attorney prosecuting all levels of criminal offenses, from capital murder on down.
During the IO years Jeff Van Horn was Criminal District Attorney of Caldwell County, statistics in certain categories of performance maintained by the State of Texas reflect that Caldwell County ranked as follows among the IOO most populous counties in Texas:
# of felony convictions............................5th
# of misdemeanor convictions....................10th
# of DWI convictions..............................6th
# of cases resulting in prison sentences..........10th
# of criminals sentenced to prison...............15th
# of years in prison,..............................10th
# of juries selected & evidence presented.........5th
‘(totals prorated by population)
During the years Robison has been city prosecutor and city judge for the City of Boerne, the types of cases he has handled have been Gass C misdemeanors and city ordinance violations, such as traffic offenses.
Robison has no record of prosecuting felony or serious misdemeanor cases. Instead of prosecuting felony or serious misdemeanor criminals, he has represented them as a criminal defense attorney.
Proven Record — Tough On Crime
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Mary Ann Thompson (left) stands with Marie Offerman (right) in front of the exhibit which Thompson built with contributions from Marie.
Dennis and Jackie Heitkamp enjoyed themselves at the gala. Heitkamp chaired the gala party.
Dennis Clarkson shows how a wooden washing machine from the mid-1800s was operated. Clarkson directed the exhibit which portrayed a wagonwheei shop.
Photos by Mark Lyon
David Hartmann gives a speech shortly after the 1994 Heritage Exhibit was dedicated to him. Heritage Society president Nancy Johnson looks on.
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