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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 2, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels HeraldZeitung April Mailbag New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Box 361 New Texas 78131 o pinions HvraldZrituitg General Manager Robert Editor Mailbag Resident tired of Henry lawsuits New Braunfels Citizens I have lived here all my I love our city and the way its been but its time to stop being silent and speak up against those who are wasting our yes our tax money by suing our I am referring to Mr Henry claims that the city council has singled them out and is trying to get them out of Henry if I remember correctly you built a parking lot for your business without permit on city The city didnt tear it instead they turned around and gave it to you for The city even gave you the back by using the money to fix Liberty Street thats close to your yet you claimed to be singled I dont know who youve been talking to but apparently to the wrong people because there are more people that like our mayor and the fine work that she is keep up the good Concerned Citizen Rodriguez Reader agrees with antiabortion cartoon Dear Editor I do not know whether Baker had fast food restaurants in mind when he created the American Holocaust abortion clinic but in any case Marty Nealeighs comparison March 24 is most The multimillion dollar abortion in dustry specializes in quick fixes and cheapens its commodity in this human Aborted babies are frequently disposed of in plastic garbage bags and taken to city dumps or although in creasingly their bodies are being sold to laboratories and cosmetic companies for additional of are always per formed out of I presume this is the emotion Nealeigh was drawing on in the last paragraph of his letter when he states I do know that in many cases the child would lead a life that would be terrible and probably become something that society would look at and I dont doubt Nealeighs but somehow do not think that he or anyone else possesses the omniscience to make such Perhaps the individual who is being eliminated on the basis of probablys and many cases for his own of course might be given some say in the Nealeigh asks us to look at the That is precisely what those opposed to abortion have and that is why they continue to oppose It is rather curious that people most outraged and offended when presented with the facts pictures of aborted the film Silent reports of fetal experimentation and in fanticide are those who support Perhaps their fastidiousness is a form of We have reached a pretty wretched state when the simple protection of human and civil rights for the most powerless elements of our society is something for a few would be If this is where does that put basic human or worse apathy and indifference I urge every reader to get involved there positive alter natives to For further call Cindy Mihelich of the newly formed Comal County Christian ProLife Foundation at Beth Stenberg Parks department thanks garden clubs To the Editor The Parks and Recreation Department would like to thank the Four Seasons Garden the Landa Garden and the GuadaComa Garden Club for volunteering to aid our department in its adoptaflower bed With only 13 maintenance employees to take care of over 500 acres of park it is difficult for this depart ment to give every task due These ladies have planted and have volunteered to maintain the flower beds that they have Since moving to New it has been my pleasure to work with several civic organizations such as the Garden I know that if the Parks and Recreation Department needs help in any there is a local civic organization there to thank you Alleen Arlene and Jane Dimick of the Four Seasons Garden Thank you Esther Peggy Delores Joyce Margaret Marie Carole Mary Adele Valarie Melinda Bird and Toby of the GuadaComa Garden Thank you Charlotte Jo Ann Lola and Katy Sponenberg of the Landa Garden The Parks and Recreation Department is lucky that we have such friends as David Director Parks and Recreation Department vo SAVIN6S ANt IN J CAM UK W Your representatives Phil Gramm United States Senate Washington 20510 Mark White Governors Office Room 200 State Capitol Texas 78701 John Traeger Texas Senate Capitol Station 78711 Lloyd Bentsen United States Senate Room 240 Russell Bldg 20510 Edmund Kuempel Texas House of Representatives Box 2910 Texas 78769 Tom Loeffler House of Representatives 1212 Longworth House Office Bldg 20515 Mac Sweeney Guadalupe County House of Representatives 20515 Andy Rooney Its a mystery to most of us how the thrifty American farmer gets himself several hundred thousand dollars in Wed like to know how to get that much in debt Nonetheless we feel sorry for the Lets just make all food illegal President Reagan vetoed a bill that would have helped farmers borrow more money so they could plant next years It is also a mystery to many of us why farmers dont save enough from last years crops to pay for this years seed but thats their and they know their business better than the rest of Because theyre all in the same kind of trouble we must assume that theres something wrong with the system for far I think I see a solution to the farm problem 3 u a o o fi D5ANHONEY I 6UYIN INA0U5INK6 WITH SOA6RIBUSI NES5HA5BEEN MB UNLIKE OUR FARM BELT CALIFORNIA FAm ERS HAVE BEEN MAKINOUTLIKZ SEBMSTHEYVZ ITHOUGHTTHEY HAPARECOU 1MB GO WEFIGURED OUT A LONG TIMEAGO THAT YOU CANT8UILP A PROFITABLE OPERATION AKOUNPUSPA HANPOUTS QUITE A NAME FW SO PECiPEprrwAS TIME TO LET BYGONES 85 BYGONES LEAVE US THE TO COMB IN AMP T6LL M5 WENANPUHEKETO PLWWHATCFVP I CANT GET HOW MUCH YOUVE IVE earn TAKING TIME TDSMBLL m OF YOUGfWJ SO THATS A WAY OF in Make vegetables and fruits illegal The cattle raisers are in trouble so make meat illegal All over the from Afghanistan to foreigners are getting rich by selling us illegal crops like cocaine and Its time our own famrers got in on a good If Congress passed a bill making American farm products illegal to sell or it would benefit farmers in a variety of For there would be an almost in stant increase in the demand for these Americans are famous for wanting things they arent supposed to As it became harder for consumers to get farm prices would Farmers used to getting a bushel for what might be able to sell it to desperate bread bakers for or even a The black market in food would be a bonanza for There would be many beneficial side ef Organized and disorganized crime are two of the biggest businesses in this They too would expand and providing needed jobs for the Up until the federal government has been trying to manage the farm problems in the with a series of illconsidered sup port When organized crime moved with its ability to get things done quietly and the waste that goes with any government program would be Many farmers own small With theyd be able to transport their contraband in small amounts to central distribution Even the airlines would prosper because you can be sure there would be increased traffic by wheat smugglers to remote areas of Americas bread Drivers who used to move freely between Iowa and Kansas would be stopped by border patrols checking each car for hidden Heels of travelers shoes would be checked to make sure they werent People headed east from Wisconsin would be searched for illicit For their news organizations should be pleased with the stories illegal farm goods would bring them Federal Agents Arrest 36 Farmers in Biggest Wheat Bust Yet It wouldnt be long before the rest of the world recognized America as the chief source for all these good illegal just as Colombia is recognized now as the cocaine capital and Mexico as one of the principal suppliers of Illegal foods like fruit and milk products would become the in things to eat in On Saturday people would hold clandestine vegetables parties behind drawn College kids would go to Lauderdale on spring vacation to eat wheat From Hollywood would come regular reports of stars overdosing on steak worse a mixture of steak and As things stand Americans get no benefit whatsoever from the illegal trade in cocaine and There could be huge profits for farmers if their crops were made This I hope President Reagan wont veto the   

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