The DEC Coalition
I Like Jim
This is my first-ever letter to the editor. I am writing in support of Jim Keffer for State Representative. Since I dislike negative politics, I will remain positive:
1. As the only doctor in a small town, I am positive that Mr. Keffer has helped me and other doctors in small communities to be able to remain in practice.
2. As a Christian, I am positive Mr. Keffer is a dedicated church-going believer.
3. As the volunteer Medical Director of a pregnancy help center, I am positive Mr. Keffer is pro-life.
4. As a cancer survivor, I am positive that Mr. Keffer has supported cancer research.
5. As a gun owner, I am positive Mr. Keffer supports my rights to bear arms.
6. As a land owner and rancher, I am positive Mr. Keffer will protect my water, land and mineral interests.
7. As the president of a four-county medical society, I am positive Mr. Keffer has fought to keep doctors in Texas and bring more doctors to Texas.
Please be positive and get out and vote for Jim Keffer as our state representative.
Philip R. Webb, M.D.
Concert a disappointment
I am writing this letter to our community for higher hopes for the future. I have had the Southern Gospel Group the McKameys here the last three years and have enjoyed it very much. The first two years were at the high school here in Mineral Wells with probably about 300 in attendance each time. This group is a very large name in Southern Gospel Music so they do charge a fee to come here.
The first two years I had help from anonymous donors to pay for the event making it possible. My hopes for this year were that I could do well enough to have a good pile of seed money for next year. I had some money left from the previous year to start the process this year. I was unable to have the event at the high school because of an increase in the cost. I contacted the Palo Pinto County Cowboy Church and they were very gracious to hold the event there. The Church was wonderful, having people to park people, greet, etc.