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Page 12 - The Newt II i I Friday, February 1,2013 By Pearl Cantreli doUaroutofevery 10,hesaid. The News StaffWriterA fix in the tax code is also A~HENS-U.S. Con- called for, he said. One that gressman Jeb Hensarliiag, is,Tairer, flatter and simpler" representing voters in Hend- andthat would be kinder to erson and Kaufman court- business, citing a corporate ties, spoke on a number of tax structure which is "the subjects as he answered highest in the world" and re- questions from a sta~mding- sponsible for keepingdollars room only audien inam ma offshore. hall meeting Wednesday. Many of the questions fielded addressed what was being done to help the economy to grow. Hensarling said the House is about to pass legislationthat would give the executive branch of government, par- ticularly the Treasury De- parUnent, direction on what obligations should get prior- "We need to meet our debt payment first, then cut up the credit cards," Hensarling said. "This is the path to hal- ance the budget." The proposed legislation would put a freeze on disere- Fiffth ,the House is pro- posing legislation that would curb rule making powers of appointed bureaucrats by: freezing any additional regulations, except for those needed to address health, security and emergencies, until the unemployment rate is below 6 percent. once met, any new regu- lation must include a jobs im- pact statement. require a cost-benefit analysis on all regulations. "Let's measure the results of these regulations. "We are drowning in a sea of red tape," he said. As an example ofbureau- tienaryspendingumilvarious cratic control, Hensarling criteria were metT"Tl ptan, the EPA, when a has vast SUl port in the queslionab&i itarose. House," he said, "There is no greater job On an annual basis the destroyer in America than debt pfiyment equals one the EPA," he said, pointing The News Photo~Pearl Cantrefl Texas 5th District U.S. Congressman Jeb Hensarling answered questions from a ~tanding-room only crowd in a town hall meeting at the Henderson County ourthouse Annex Wednesday. Folks lined all sides of the hall, listening intently, including county judge Richard Sanders (center) and First State Bank president Jess Laird (to hie right). out the lack of common worked in the green energy govermnent is going (Egypt). sense in many of its regula- field for a company that I'm going to do everytlfing I tions. "We all want clean air didn't take government sub- can to figure out how to stop and clean water, but we also sidies, it," he said. want to be able to take our Addressing the subject of And though he said he is loved ones to the doctor us- military aid to Egypt, Hensar- all about eliminating ear- ing inexpensive transporta- ling said that the 'Wast ma- marks and reducing foreign tion," he said. jorityofourforeignaidismis- aid, the two together only Hensarling said that guided and wasted." amount to 2.5 percent of the America could be energy in- He spoke against aid to a money the federal govem- dependent in 10 years, if it country whose direction is ment spends. 'qhis move will weren't for the stranglehold not clear and whose govem- not significantly help the na- the EPAhasonthiscountry's ment seldom sides with poli- tion balance its budget," he energy and energy policies, cies the U.S. supports, said. Hensarling added that before 'q'his should not happen. On immigration, Hensar- he was a congressman he We have no idea where this ling said that Obama has done more to stem the flood of illegal immigration than any president so far. "Noth- ing stems illegal immigration like a bad economy," he said, %vhich makes now a great time to initiate policy to con- Irol our borders and structure a guest-work program based on their asset to our economy. "We train engineers, sci- entists and send them back home when they'd like to stay. And we have compa- nies who need workers trained in mathematics and engineering," he said. He reminded his audience that America is a nation of immigrants and the greatest Americans are those who have known something else and appreciate the differ- ences they find here. He added that illegal im- migration is a threat to secu- rity and the rule of law. "We can't take everybody, but we should take those who will build America and not drain it, who are willing to learn and speak English. We do not lack the resources to fixoudmmigrationpolicy, we lack the will," he said. ..... "i ' ,, , Continued from Page 1 cry week with food and clothing. Caswell estimates 1,058 families were served in 2012- that's about 37,000 people. They also help about 100 families last year with pharmaceutical needs. Caswell says that expemes are negligible because most of it is paid for "out of pocket." The$50,000 a year budget is run strictly on donations from churches and individu- aIs. Froth m Action s goals going folded are to start a ChrisUan-based recovery group for addt~.it~6r~ such as ai~Ol.and ~ begin a career preparedness class for individuals ffansitioning back to tim workforce and opening ESL classes at the outreach center. Caswell says she gets "atleast two families every week" that only speak Spanish. This is why the ESL classes are impot~at. "I know a little bit of Spanish, but I am not bilingual, so communication can be difficult," she said. Caswell says she is seeking a Spanish-speaking volunteer to serve at the ministry There are a few rules for families that the ministry serves. For one, families can only receive food donations one time each calendar month. Clothing donations, on the other hand, are more readily available. "We have no shortage of clothes.Anyone can come on Thursdays for clothes," she said. Faith inaction is affiliated with the East Texas Food Bank in Tyler. You can reach them at 972-378-0664. Call about our 'Volenfine Specialsl (Including Botox, Facials & Massage) IMAGE MED.SPA I I II Ill I Thomas Continued from Page 1 at the Henderson County Pet. 1 office, located at 6002 Spring Creek Park Rd., Mala- koff, Texas 75148 right off of State Highway 31. He can be reached at 903 489-1665. Dogs sniff out fleeing suspect The NewsStaff Reports of him. CHEROKEE SHORES-Dogs espe- HCSO deputies, investigator and cially trained for man hunts located a command staff, as well as Eustace Po- runaway suspect hiding in a garage in lice Department and members of the Cherokee Shores Jan. 24. Texas Department of Criminal Justice The canine squad was called outcame to assist Severn in the search. when the suspect felon was seen with TDCJ scent canines were able to lo- a handgun at the start of the pursuit, cate Caddell, in residence off Carson Henderson County Sheriff's deputy Road, where he had kicked in the door. Charlie Severn observed a traffic vio- HCSO tactical team entered the resi- lation at 8:15 a.m. Jan. 24, and attempted dence and found the suspect hiding un- to conduct a traff~c stop of a 2006 Ford der a vehicle in the attached garage. F-250 crew cab on Quanah Street, in Caddell is being held in the Henderson Cherokee Shores. County Detention Center awaiting ar- The driver of the vehicle, Chase raignment. He is charged with unautho- Caddell, 24, failed to yield. Caddell fled, rized use of a motor vehicle, unlawful lost control of the vehicle and left the possession of a firearm by a felon, evad- roadway off of Carson Road. ing arrest or detention with a motor ve- Caddell was seen with a handgun in hicle, theft of a firearm, criminal tres- his right hand when the pursuit began, pass of a habitation and criminal mis- During the foot pursuit, Severn ob- chief less than $500. served Caddell ditch the handgun under The Ford pick up and handgun in a nearby homeowner's vehicle and jump Caddell's possession were reported sto- a fence. That's when Severn lost sight len in the DFW area. Subscription rate for The News increases Feb. 1 The NewsStaff Reports day and Sunday), The Ker- Due to rising costs, effec- ens Tribune, Van Zandt pa- rive Feb. 1, the subscription pers, Quinlan and the Can- rates for The Malakoff ton Guide will change. News, The Monitor (Thurs- This increase is only for ] Malakoff, TX 75148 As$ocumom L ...................................... Texas Press Association ,Q Member 2013 papers mailed to subscribers. The cost to purchase a pa- per in the newspaper racks, at local businesses and the newspaper offices will re- main the same. New one-year The News subscription rates for Henderson County residents will be $29, for E-Edition subscriters only, the cost will be $29; for Seniors 65 and older, a one -year subscription will be $27; for out-of-county but in Texas, a one-year sub- scription will be $33; and for out-of-state subscribers, one-year costs are $43. Q~erving Athens and Malakoff ' / / i I I Illlil II I ................... II