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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 18, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Bf aunf els July JAMES KILPATRICK inions Dave Editor and General Manager Susan Managing Editor INGREDIENTS OF A SUCCESSFUL Mailbag Reader supports idea of committee To the Editor This letter la in response to Felix Roques comments in the newspaper on July First of you should feel proud for the Mexican Americans who are trying to do something to improve a situation whatever it may If the police department is doing a good then you have nothing to worry The constant complaining about how insulted and against this committee you makes you sound a little You should concentrate your efforts as I intend to do and join the committee and find out what can be done to improve situations that need I am sure that the Police Department is not exempt from To the individual who thought up the idea of organizing this com I Congradulate you and offer my Thank Irene Delgado Obsession with sports makes for inferior education To the editor Now comes our hallowed academicians with their weasel Modify the noplay we confidently await much more of the Why not face our alternatives Either we can continue to use all our educational facilities as prep schools for professional sports or we can enforce the spirit and letter of the If the perhaps one day our educational system may not rightly deserve the secondrate status we now Our curious obsession with professional sports is the salient factor that has made American education inferior to that of all western George Ray Ellen Goodman Americans are adept at trivializing BOSTONA friend of a man who chases the cutting edge of change the way his Gallic ancestors once pursued the holy tells me that he is now This isnt a formal announcement mind That isnt I already knew that Yuppiedom was In selected urban women have burned their bow begun leaving their running shoes at home and grown defensive about ordering whitewine Men are increasingly secretive about owning VCRs and embarrassed to have the espresso machine right out jthere on the kitchen It was inevitable that my who along with two others are probably the reigning troika of trends I suspect they have a New York Mgagazine reporter permantly would be early in and early out of So what struck me was not the fact that he was in a postYuppie It was the fact that he was using a post Yuppie With nary a warning from the traditional trend it appears that the postwar babies of the post industrial society have begun placing their favorite prefix all over the American These are the four little letters once meant as in But now they are being used to write premature political Consider the academic who recently drew a profile of middle class young American They he told a post The implication was that these voters had already been through the heavy philosophical They were not hostile to they were beyond Perhaps theyd taken it freshmdn ideology was a bit like It was but they wouldnt want to get stuck with it when something better came Last the big phrase was post Any young woman who had not personally signed up for Radical Feminist Cell 16 was called a member of the postfeminist The label managed to weardate the womens movement so that it seemed Feminism itself was described as something the country had like a signed training Putting the fourletter post before the right sort of word is the kiss of The word becomes a Perrier gone flat in the market But it does this in the most apparently nuetral sort of Consider the man I heard on the radio talking about the needs of Americans in the postcivilrights The what Separation of church and and free he went on were all splendid but what do we need for the 1980s Then there are the commentators who talk about the Reagan post welfare instead of what they mean the antiwelfare There are even sociologists talking calmly about a postliberate world and a postverbal Once a 35 yearold described himself to me as a I did not at that moment have the nerve to ask him whether he currently was into I suppose there might be some modest value in this I think it would be amusing to be postyoung instead of Reformed smokers could become Atheists could choose to be post Vegetarians could be post Retired post The rest I would leave to But I am wary of linguistic Post is being sprinkled through the political language more generously than the dreaded neo ever James Kilpatrick Shana Alexander has written truetolife thriller Hey said my She was kneedeep in four of whom are under the tender age of and I was not being For two days youve had your nose in that I but what a book And Shana my old sparring partner on 60 has indeed written a absorbing wholly mesmerizing It is called It is the story of a murder that occurred in Utah seven years ago and of the trails that followed long after the Yet she provides much more than a retelling of a news This is a biography of the very first Shanas subjects are the Bradshaw family of Salt Lake a Morman an industrious and outwardly conventional Behind a facade of uninteresting respectability was a crumbling Bernice Jewett Bradshaw was a neglected Franklin James Bradshaw a workahholic Married in they would acieve substantial wealth he would make millions through a chain of auto parts stores and through shrewd investments in They would live a penurious and they would have three One of the three figures in this story as the Lady Macbeh of the Born in Frances began in the cradle to establish a reputation as a deman temptuous No one could ever say no to Married in she gave birth to two Larry and They were born 10 months apart i Larry would wind up for evaluation at a Pennsylvania hospital for the criminally insane Marc would wind up in prison for The principle figure is the demented She had much in common not only with Lady Mac but also with As Euripides told the Medea began her career by killing her She fell in love with To hold his she tricked the daughters of King Pelias into murdering their Sent into exile in she ends up by hating In revenge for his deserting she poisons Jasons daughter by his new wife and completes the horror by murdering their two Frances living a dissolute life in New was possessed by the same She alternately babied and abused her children she bound son Marc to her side in a barbedwire She commissioned the boys to steal from their grandfather she forged checks she raved pathetically that her sisters were conspiring to disinherit Fearing that her father might make a will that would cut her she ordered Marc to murder The obedient flew from New York to where he bought a thence to Salt Lake There he committed murder most Nine years before this act of Frances had taken a second Frederik She was known as the wealthy the benefactor of the New York City at the time of her arrest and I suppose the Schreuder case was big news in New and certainly big news in but the story never reached the boondocks in I will not spoil the suspense for equally uninformed readers by rewealing how the trial of Frances I GET WHATCAH YOUR GREAT MD5TOF IN FOOQ REP soMeriMes IT GETS so Wt JUSTGOINATNI6HTANP STAGE A KAIPON OUK OUIN IT MEANS WIN6 OFF A LOT OF CUSTOMS ANPWAKEHOUSB fill fMKB ETHIOPIAN If my friend wants to be post good luck to In his trendy troika the Yuppie has gone the way of the Babbitt and the I dont care if he stops serving shitake mushrooms the way he once quit on There is hardly any social judgment to be made between shitakes and No one really cares if we live in a postkiwi world I the kiwi But I get uncomfortable when we turn ideas into when we trivialize concepts and values into games of ins and When literacy and civil rights are treated like nouvelle cuisine and newwave its time to write a postscript to the era Label it turned I have said it a good many times and remark it again that my beloved adversary of 60 Minutes was out of her element in Shana is a She is the best court reporter in the the best anywhere since Rebecca West covered the Nuremburg Her previous books on the Patty Hearst case and trial of Jean Harris are classics in their Nutcracker is the best of the Her narrative builds to a shattering climax with the Then it regains a driving and builds to a final few pages with the certainty of the Eroicas last The book is ornamented with Shanas insights and with Shanas beautiful In matters of family shhe there is no such thhing as a statute of She speaks of who seldom went out except to graze the aisles of ex pensive department This is a super I write about it because at the moment I am weary of writing or thinking about and Supreme Court Your representatives Edmund Kuempet Texas House of Representatives Box 2910 Texas 78769 John Traeger Texas Senate Capitol Station Texas 7871i Lloyd Bentsen United States Senate Room 240 Russell Bldg 20510 Phil Gramm United States Senate Washington 20510 Mark White Governors Office Room 200 State Capitol Texas 78701 Tom Loeffler House of Representatives 1212 Longworth House Office Bldg 20515 Mac Sweeney Guadalupe County House of Representatives 20515 Mailbag policy The HeraldZeitung welcomes the opinions of its and were happy to publish letters to the While readers opinions on local issues generally are of more in terest to other we welcome tetters on any topic national or in ternational that the writer chooses to Content will not prevent publication unless the letter is judged to be potentially All letters to the editor should be signed and authorship must be verifiable by Anonymous letters will not be Send your letter to New Braunfels Drawer New Braunfels Letters may also be hand delivered to the newspaper offices at 186   

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