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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 12, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas September WfiVC FlNMLY CAOSHT TH6MLOME OMDER I WAN MA KMOW MV RIGHTS j V0U HAVS RI0HT TO REMAIN SILENT THE RIGHT Ta A speeov TH6 RK3MTT T9 SWIKUS A LUCRATIVE BOOK AMD MOVIE O6AL M I I Whats Your Beef dot a complaint or a comment about something in Comal or Guadalupe counties Write it down of call the HeraldZeitung with it and it might wind up as a part of Bob Bakers Whats Your Beef Our mailing address is Drawer New Braunfels The phone number is and were open from 8 to 5 Monday through All kinds of local ideas are but the reserves the right to select the ideas to be used in the If yoh idea appears in Whats Your well give you credit in the No man is good enough to govern another man without that others Abraham Lincoln O pinions ttopaldZtituit Dave Editor and General Manager Susan Managing Editor Mike Royko I Theres no place in America thats rapped by outsiders as much as New York Just mention New and even those rustics who have never been there will talk about its high prices and the abrasiveness of the But the reaction of New Yorkers to the criticism is Write something critical about almost any other part of the country the Comments about the Big Apple sound like sour grapes smallest hick town or an entire state and the natives will They will write angry Local newspapers will howl in editorials and Politicians will demand New Yorkers shrug it Jimmy the citys greatest colum once explained their cool reaction if somebody writed sumpn about New we just point to it and say See Even dey know what its like heah But New Yorkers shoudlnt have to put up with the crabby whinings of a star professional tennis player named Kevin who was all over the network news this a native of South Africa who recently became a citizen in order to make was thumped in a firstround match in the He went before the TV cameras to explain his surprising Was it his his his his sweatband The city of New York did it to I hate the the environment and Flushing There is the people in the grandstand are never and it takes an hour and a half in traffic to get They should drop a Abomb on the 600PIORP tQOKATVOU TEACHER HOM6L555 RAGS WHVPONT Mailbag Some problems need to be considered now To the Editor It is time to Give a Dam My reference is not just focused on water but on the many issues surrounding the impact of unplanned growth on the quality of our lives and that of future for I will use water as the For years I have sat through and have been a part of many meetings on Always 1 have been amazed at how very confident and comfortable those are who are against what is being offered as What is most discouraging is that they seem to always have the key to gaining support from the masses not in attendance who dont even un derstand the problem much less the possible The key they use that seems to work everytime It will cost too much I recently attended a meeting in San Antonio where the picture was being made pretty clear that the regional water supply was indeed becoming as part of the were presented as a necessary part of keeping the faucets and springs But a wellattended and organized group continued to con It will cost too Con servation and protection of the magnificent and abundant supply of Edwards Aquifer water will just keep itallaflowing No question that protection and conservation are a a first but it just aint gonna be enough You what I think you are not realizing is that those around your aquifer on other aquifers feel the I refer to those dependent on the Trinity Aquifer Group which is a dud of an aquifer compared to There already is a dam Canyon built that they could hook onto a supplement a rapidly dwindling underground water sup but NO They side with It would cost too much And not giving building a you keep and annexing to the north and northwest with no into territory where folks wont use the dam theyve the Trinity Group Aquifer pales in comparison to yours on top of the ground the folks cant see the take for the the trees and the Presents a father damnable wouldnt you say If it cost too much I only hope there are enough rich uncles around LATER for our children to or they really are going to have reason to Damn Betty Baker I i EVERYONE GOT IT THEPKKI ZULU ANP we SUPPORT HIM IH m MUSICIANS PIP COUNT n I YOUR SKIN OFFMVN055 Let us examine his Every hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers crawl for an hour through miserable traffic in order to get to their Not just Newi but people in every congested American They finally arrive and they perform wait on ride in squad work on assembly cut somebodys sweep program chase duck and do whatever to make a Sometimes the air conditioner breaks the boss is the customer is the coffee is the noise is Their feet their heads their backs and after work they are three deep at the bar for a fast one before they jump back into traffic or on the bus or subway or commuter train for the long ride And they do it every day for For a And when its finally they are loaded into the hearse and the hearse immediately runs into a traffic But here we have a young healthy and earning upward of a year for prancing about in shorts and hitting a ball with a being admired by lovely young signing staying in the finest eating in the most elegant of And hes moaning to the entire country about agonies of playing a tennis match in If its that miserable playing a few sets of tennis what the hell does he think its like to live there And he was getting paid for in New some people buck an hour and a half of traffic in order to pay for the privile ge of playing an hour of He groaned that the spectators moved about the What the every night in New some people awaken to see strangers moving about their I might have sympathy if he had been mugged in front of his heisted by an oilypalmed maitre chased through Central Park by a needy bitten by a fellow subway or exposed to a speech by Mayor But losing a tennis game The And it is unconscionable of him to say that the city of New York should be nuked Nobody should ever say something like Absolutely Except maybe remembers a Cub fan who 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 letters on any topic national or in ternational that writer chooses to Content will not prevent publication unless the letter is judged to be potentially Send your letter to New Braunfels Drawer New Braunfels Letters may also be hand delivered to the newspaper offices at 186 Your representatives Tom Loeffler House of Representatives 1212Longworth House Office Bldg 20515 Edmund Kuempel Texas House of Representatives Box2910 Texas 78769 Phil Gramm United States Senate Washington 20510 Mark White Governors Office Room 200 State Capitol Texas 78701 John Traeger Texas Senate Capitol Station Texas 78711 Mac Sweeney Guadalupe County House of Representatives 20515 Lloyd Bentsen United States Senate Room 240 Russell Bldg 20510
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