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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 27, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 4 A New November The basis of our political system is the right of the people to make and to alter their constitution of George Washington O pinions HeraldZritun Dave Editor and General Manager SMaa Halre Managing NEWS R6A6AN WAS AMP PRINKING ORAN0 SAVTHl SI6N Editorial Rap Prison gangs understand force Once of the strangest peace treaties of all time has been proposed by leaders of two Hispanic inmate gangs as a means of ending a sometimes bloody recruiting war by the gangs that has kepi the state prison system in turmoil for Even though this proposal appears to have been taken seriously by peo ple who should know it is still The rival whose members have been responsible for a number of prisoner killings in recent have demonstrated the only authority they recognize is force Prison officials are fully capable of dealing with these gangs without humiliating themselves by discuss ing peace Officials knosv what must be We hope they continue doing Oiiif InByne Ba Comet should be fun The visit by Halleys comet should be a lot of Just think of all the Tshirt slogans and souvenir junk that will be pro duced for our amusement and so meones Just think of the con versational opportunities Seen Halleys yet Who will be the first in your neighborhood to spot the comet the guy whose hobby has kept him up nights gazing at stars will have his day Any and all astronomers will be fne Houston Chronicle Texas loses education funds The big push to raise national education levels has resulted in some billion state tax money being targeted for colleges and universities this This represents a twoyear gain of 19 percent in money earmark ed for education by the The only state that did not register a gain was with figures show ing a three percent drop in money for a traditionally poor increased its spending for education a whopping 53 there remains the nagging question of why the on one goes all out with studies and committees to improve and on the gets downright stingy when the time comes to dig up the No one wants to pny more yet almost everyone wants better schools nnd better education for their Hijacking a sickening incident Sickening is one word to describe the hijacking incident on the island of Hijackers represen ting a littleknown group called Egypts Revolution commandeer an AthenstoCairo murder one American passenger and shoot two others in the heart before dumping them out of the plane then they realize the Boeing is being storm ed by Egyptian They hurl hand grenades at the we does But how do wo gel after these peo ple with both as Secretary of State George Schulz suggested Its certainly less than but we would suggest that getting after these has more to do with prevention than it does with It involves in ternational aggressive steppedup airport security and a commitment to better understand the culture from which these atrocities San Antonio Light Bible chair gets support No matter how much pressure it may get from church the University of Texas should stand by its decision to reform its antiquated Bible chair under which various denominations have paid people to teach religion Although its defenders see it as an amicable arrangement beneficial to both religion and public the system actually has blurred the constitutionally mandated lines separating church and state and needs to be The Dallas Times Herald Tom Loeffler Congress needs to consider new gun law Among the freedoms which our forefathers included in the Constitu tion was the right of all citizens to keep and bear arms Having won a revolution which was started by everyday citizens who had armed themselves against a tyrant the founding fathers wisely enumerated this right in the Second This basic right was by passage of the Gun Con trol Act in Prompted by a large nationwide crime Congress in the Gun Control Act restricted ownership and use of In stead of cutting the Gun Control Act actually handicap ped lawabiding citizens against the onslaught of violent In the four years following passage of the handgun homicides actually went up 50 and handgun rob beries The rights of honest citizens seek ing to use firearms for sport or pro tection have been limited by the Gun Control For under the act it is not a federal offense to sell a firearm to a convicted but or dinary citizens with prior criminal record are subject to federal penalties for inadvertent violations of gun The Gun Control Act discriminates s giossly against honest citizens that we need a law to protect their I am cosponsoring legislation in Con gress to throw the weight of the law against lawbreakers not against lawabiding HR the Firearm Owners Protection would refocus the federal firearms enforcement effort away from the bureaucratic regulation of peaceful citizens toward the speedy prosecution and sure punish ment of The bill prohibits the sale of a firearm to a convicted felon by an unlicensed It also pro vides a consistent definition of those who would be pro hibited from possessing and transporting unlike current For lawabiding the bill loosens the regulatory noose around their It prohibits gun requires criminal intent be proved before a person can be con veicted of firearms allows importation of sprt firearms and transportation of unloaded firearms through guncontrol The bill I am supporting does not repeal sensible laws which ensure that guns are used It redirects gun controls where they belong on the not on the lawabiding majority of This Congress marks the third time in five years this legislation has cleared the Senate only to To ensure that this vital legislation receives a fair I have signed a petition to discharge the Judiciary Committee from considering the bill and send to directly to the House For too legitimate owners of firearms have been under the thumb of gun control laVf that punishes the innocent nd protects the That is not the way justice should it is not what our foun ding fathers and Congress must act to correct AL TCMOIWV THt HOM5 A 016 THANKS6lVINSPINtteR I WHATCANYOUMLUSABOUTn FOR PETES IM IN A 0ANP YOU PLAY AT THE THEYPO MUSIC WOOW6UTH ISMY npc VANHAlfN THAT SORT A Mike Royko 3 little words carry a lot of weight I just glanced through a new book about the late Murray The Camel a prominent Chicago gangster with whom I once had a brief conversation as he was coming out of a I said can I ask you about And he said Bug When I got to the part of the book that described Humphrey as a finan cial and political wizard and told how his genius led to the successful ex pansion of the Crime I passed the book on to the literary scrutiny it deserved the Thats the trouble with most of the writing and reporting thats been done about people like Al Capone and the other names in organized The authors arent content with ap preciating these men for the rare quality that brought them great financial success their willingness to maul and they portrayed them as men who are really not much dif ferent than other successful And they often give them titles like chairman of the operating director and so And they credit them with ex ecutive and economic skills beyond those of any Harvard But all you have to do is follow the dying confessions of Roy the former president of the Teamsters Union who is squealing in order to stay out of and youll see that its never been executive skills that made the mugs they were involved in rigged union huge loans from the Teamsters pension and other deals that sounded But theres nothing to Any sharp CPA or lawyer can structure a deal if all the parties are Its persuading everybody to be willing thats the secret of the mugs And that secret can be described in three little words Ill kill When you think about the will ingness to say those words and the sense of purpose to follow them up can give a person one heck of a business If youre a you have to depend on your knowledge of powers of persuasion and sense of timing to close a And you still might not make How much simpler to say We got a deal I dont think Ill kill we got a If youre a you pro bably have To beat your you might have to improve the think of a new and better marketing research amd in And even they might outdo But the Cerones and Accardos and the others dont bother with all Somebody wants to compete and they say Find another line of But I like this Ill kill Come to think of Im due for a midlife career If youre in you might have to deal with people who dont pay their bills or fulfill an agree So you have to nag deal with collection or take them to Not these They Just say Your note is My check is in the Ill kill Lets go to my Most of the complex problems that corporate executives must confront are resolved so much When theres a corporate takeover we see proxy buybacks and all the other But when Jimmy Hoffa decided that he was going to to come out of retirement and try a takeover of the they just said the three little Then they did Disgruntled or unreliable employees are a chronic problem for To the corporations hire per sonnel experts and and pipe in the sound of tropical When Allen Dorfman became an unreliable his associates didnt bother with personnel direc tors or They sent in the guys who wear ski masks in And how else could they be ex pected to do business Thats the way they learned Most of them came out of the West Side of and as mere lads developed an appreciation for the law of supply and If you had a supply of something they they put a gun to your ribs and demanded Businessmen think in terms of hedges against hedges against hedges against in When these guys speak of they mean some foliage next to a driveway from which a shotgun can be So dont be taken in when you read about the business acumen and finanacial wizardry of that Just remember what the Chicago police captain said when he was ap proached by an economics student who intended to do a scholarly study on how the mob acheived its wealth and He asked the police captain for sug gestions on where to start his The cop told him A gun Your representatives Tom Loeffler House of Representatives 1212Longworth House Office Bldg 20515 Edmund Kuempel Texas House of Representatives Box 2910 Texas 78769 Mac Sweeney Guadalupe County House of Representatives 20515 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 Uoyd Bentsen United States Senate Room 240 RusseJ Bldg 20610   

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