New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 10, 1985, Page 4

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 10, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Texas December the basis of our political system is the right of the people to make and to alter their constitution of George Washington Andy ftaoniy on Mirk below inions ttfriiicf Mior and General Manager Managing Mior Mike Royko Seems some of the working class admire Prince Charles Gl fl4o time n k it L i Slats was looking at the TV set To my Slats said when Prince wearing an That Chuck an OK elegant suit and silly came on Youre surely the Hes awrlght In my You like him why not But youre part of the American working You dont hW to tell the My alarm clock tells hie that at 6 bclocl every But everything jyou have you Nobody has ever given you something for I got a free turkey once from my precinct although the fink kept the gizzards for Thats The point Is that you have sweated for everything you You were born In humble sur roundings and through your Initiative you made something of I got a the price of a a car with a broken and tuition bills for a couple But the bottom line Is that you did It on your So how can you approve of somebody who was born with a silver spoon In his mouth and has never had to worry about where his next meal is coming Or his next polo pony or country Ill tell you why I like I never saw a picture of him when he wasnt smllng or He always looks So what So this Look down the bar there and over How many people do you sec smiling or looking happy But I still dont get your The place you When you walk through do you see a lot of people smiling like Prince Chuck If When you walk around in the on Milwaukee you see many people who look as hap py as Prince Chuck Of course People have things on their Jobs to Bills to They dont walk around smiling like my case Is What case That kid Chuck is no Hes got a good deal and he knows and thats why hes Of course hee Hes got a good and I like somebody who knows when hes got a good Hes no lousy But hes He really has nothing to He has no respon What do you mean tic has to go to places like Palm Beach to raise money for doesnt he Thats not Have you ever been In Palm Theyre some of the biggest stiffs In the The men wear white the women look em Hanging around with them would be as much fun as being an But thats not real He doesnt have to do It to earn a He docs It because Its expected of but he has the option to say And hell still draw his Hed still be rich and Of And thats why hes He knows that nothing beats being rich and Thats the most narrow thing Ive ever Thank goodness most Americans dont think that yeah Then why do you think the lottery Is so popular Do you think anybody would play it if the superpayoff was a job on the night shift on a meat packing plant Peo ple play It so If they win they can be rich and It has been proven time after time that money doesnt buy Thats true if you have to work for the when you get a lot of youre either too old and tired to enjoy or you remember how hard it was to get so youre worried about losing But when you always had and you know youre always going to have you walk around like with a smile on your I still think hed be more fulfilled if he had a regular Like I told you years if work Is so how come they have to pay us to do it Because what we do is con structive and necessary to a function Ing Then why do we pay con gressmen Ill have to think about that Andy Rooney It hardly seems necessary to have a 150th anniversary celebration of Mark Twaih this because when he wrote Tom Sawyer and Adventures of Huckleberry Mark Twain erected an unforget table memorial for himself that can Editorial Rap Mark Twain has erected a memorialhis writing IPV IO nJlVP ct il I Ho Conn oil nirar tliA ursttOsl ftf Hnlnrf in urocrtM u still be seen all over the Because of the Ive been rereading Huck Its The theme of the book is the pleasure and excitement pf escape from which we all dream of doing once in a Huck didnt just dream about He did something about and his raft trip down the river with his black slave is the best escapist literature ever It isnt a perfect Mark Twain wasnt but for all Mark Twains faults problems with the its simply one of the best collections of Words ever put between book Experts have analyzed Mark Twain to and he knew they The Presidential summit Nothing as major as a new nuclear arms agreement is expected to result from the of But both sides have a great deal to economically as well as from an easing of and the meeting between Gorbachev and Reagan in Geneva provides an opportunity for a critical breakthrough in superower which in recent years as seemed to vacillate between cold and It is precisely because of the im portance of the longawaited en counter of the first kind in Geneva that the Weinberger letter affair is so annoying and so The leaking of the a private message from Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger to the President on summit not only detracts from the vital issues at but it undercuts the posi tion at the talks before Reagan even has a chance to open his It may be overstating the case to sug as one administration official that the leaking of the letter was part of a deliberate attempt to sabotage the but there is lit tle question that it played into the hands of the The Dallas Times Herald Smoking vote When City Council members vote on an antismoking ordinance early next theyare sure to heat1 complaints that the propoosal is either loo strong or too It is important for the council to look beyond the heavy lobbying of specialinterest grojups and adopt an ordinance that protects nonsmokers without causing undue hardship for the businesses that must The Dallas Morning News He even tried to stop Id forgotten the admonition he wrote at the beginning of the Huck Finn Persons attempting to find a motive in this narrative will be pro secuted persons attempting to find a morale will be persons at tempting to find a plot will be Theres no doubt that Mark Twain was a lot more complicated man than the simple picture we have of him as a whitehaired sage and One expert on Mark Twains works has suggested that the Mississippi River is an allegorical God in the but that seems highly unlikely if you know anything about the He didnt write a lot of fuzzy stuff with deep like Herman Melville did in Moby Mark Twain filled his books with real genuine little adven tures and people we can all unders tand even when what is happening to them has never happened to Its an American conceit hat Huck Finn is the ailAmerican 13yearold Huck is an allworld and evidence of that is the fact that the book has been translated into 55 in its first year it was done in Dutch and German and two years later It was transplated Into The other thing thats so attractive about the book is the great friendship between Huck and the escaped slave It makes you feel good reading quite aside from all the adventures happening to Jim is referred to a lot as nigger by Mark Twain and a lot of people have decided it was Mark Twain was about as much a racist as Abe No one could read what Mark Twain said about his mother 20 years after the Civil War and still believe he was a When slavery my mother had been in daily touch with it for 60 he kind hearted and compassionate though she I think she was not con scious that slavery was a grotes que and unwarrantable Toward the end of the Hick Finn begins to wonder about what hes If you havent read Adventures of Huckleberry Finn you ought Its not a classic for no Your representatives Phil Qramm Muted 20110 John Tom HOUM 1212 Lonewortb HouitOHIctBldg 20616 Edmund of 2918 Auf ;