New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 25, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
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By TECLO J. GARCIA SMT Writer
National Voter Registration Week set for Comal County
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County Commiseionert have tihaadjy t pr^nntinr. WHI the city will follow Tbescky, to promote voter registration.
The League of Women Voters wfil be at HEB Wednesday, Sept 28 Bom
9 arn. to 5 pm. and Wal-Mart Stov-day, Od. I from 9't.m. to S p.m., handing out voter reglltration cards tJMl MKWifaging people to fill them out Wal-Mart is sponsoring a national vow icginration campaign thmugh the LOWY
“We will do our best to get people to register," said Bedene Hicks of the LOWY. t
People must be st lees! 17 yean,
10 months old, a US. diton and have no felony record in ordeho regisdr. Name, dele of birth, street eddrees and social security number are required
"lf they don't have a yefiow registration card, they hsve probebly moved end need to change their address,” she said The last day to regiitor is Od. 9. Early voting starts Od. 19 . The county, in an effort lo increase voser participation, will bring voting booths to highly-visited pisces such ae HEB during carty voting.
Hicks said there is a misconception fed tori Juries ae chasm only
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"Th*'* not true,” she mid adding that social driver’s license numbers ere often used now. "Some people have told sn they don't register barmier they dont went to get picked
for jury duty"
«ouw petri- ISM photos of ’JSToBL comd County Fair, inc drill 5?“£ l«ao -* • » » . 1020 McOnrif the crime dog end trailer* rawyi^gbf^ffllflrtrifllS 175 «Ub-it parade in what some my was the briefed parade in yean.
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^tffMf of exhibits fiw took ctaee to two ham to wind its way east along SM Antonio drest through Mein Flew and over the Comal River.
The Anbeueer-Busch Clydesddes warn fobbed the parade's Grand Mm sbels, while the iirepreselbie weeth* coma Bin Hecke WM the Honorary OtendManhall.
Parade Cochair David Keeler mid this year's crowd could have been the
llIX« of thousands takii*(rfr time ftom work or school watching the ptfwtniffli Dwaine Johnson may have been the orty one wafoMtfo from en speitment window.
Nom her own place, above Comal Flower Shop on the Flaw
It's grrat," rite said. "I thought the parade was tomorrow but I woke up this morning and mw all these people lined along the street."
Onlookers of all ages lined the ptafo, in some fosse ten dsapt to wdch the parade th* originated in 1894.
"Testes cf the Town* event, spow* sored by the Mew Braunfels Pdt^irfi* Association ass beaw-flt AvfoeChfldreatfi'MNsmaof
Scheduled tor Sunday, Od. 9, victors will be allowed to wander
atConeervdion Plaza between 5 pm. ami ^i.w. Sixteen ibod end beverage bodhs are lined up tor the avern, and five jaxzdxlbhiei annie will be provided by ‘Over
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Museum vohimoen ate gathering hems fat the silent auction and door prime will be given away throughout the evening.
Tickets to the event are SIO and are available now st the Chil-dsshk Museum in the Courtyard Shopping Caner, thorn hiussum boned members or by ceding the New Braunfels Redound Association *625-2954.
Homocoming royalty at SVHS_
I Ugh School, puts the erousi on
queen Kathleen Kennedy during eeremonlM Friday night. The Rangers wan! en to win their hnmeneailng over Od Veda, 314,
Dldrid2l met, part of which lunsirio Among the m*or topics on Canto's
riwni mainly wtihN the ri*y pldfonn ere toft md ytoni Shmmw
of New Braunfels He said items such as the corporals
Thedktridindudm a va* territory, franchise ere a disguise for state
wkhpdtsoraDof 19 acuities from the income taxes.
UMrierican baria north to Comal **f wp mmtfl —to i
fifto cNrertrslae Nmsslf on die Even though Ms hometown of Lese-
pwUii^t fp^*pp>tm"s Httff ny? dan do ssceives extra money for ichnois • ■wfxtowtfi conservadve," end says he thiough the “Robin Hood” piyy. Can-
is a "pio-busiaear consenwdvs. to said this is misteedieg because
"JbdfiiZMbMlmBhemamBieiy eohooliixcB have bom opt aum with
liberal on thimga such as tov ad the plan. social tauaC he raid. "Sende Bill 7 forces die ichool dis*
tried to go up on the tax rate to gd • bigg* portion of date funding," said Cento who estimated Me taxes nm from $25,000 to IMMXX) fat the pad four years
Cavu, who is in the hot* bimas* hi Laredo, booths Bood of Directors of both the Laredo Chamber of Comment and the Webb County Appmiad District.
His wife, Mary Helen, ie running for aplace on the State Boart of Bd*
senator beUevei be cm unsed the current Democratic office holder.
fteMMk>Cd*u visited New Braunfels ju* one drafter U.S. Sen. Key Bailey Hutchison visited dis city. In a interview with the Hcrald-Zeitung, Canto mid he believes be cen defed Judith Zaffirini, his fellow resident of Lgmdo.
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