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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 6, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Opinions DAVID Editor and Publisher MNINE Managing Editor Page 4 New Texas Februoy 1991 Forum Letter policy The lleraldZeitung welcomes correspondence concerning topics of general Letters concerning political candidates can no longer be accepted for We invite readers who want to make political endorsements to talk with our advertising All letters must be signed and include an address and telephone number for verification purposes these will not be Upon editors may withhold the writers but only rarely and for compelling Such requests must be made in The newspaper reserves the right to refuse any letter as well as edit all The letters become the property of the Letters should be sent to New Braunfels Draw er 31 New Texas or brought to our offices at 707 When we should know Editor An open letter to Phil Gramm For the past several days it seems all I hear on TV news is some imma ture who thinks he is a complaining about military censor What they are really complain ing about is the restriction upon their making a big name for themselves at someone elses to include the national These are people who consistently demonstrate that they have know ledge of Article I amending the Con stitution while repeatedly trashing the remaining articles at their I believe it was General Taylor who said it was not an issue about the publ right to It was an issue as to when the public should Sam the prima donna of says the public has the right to know if something is going iNotice he said is going not did j go I presume that while he is telling us what is wrong Saddam will nurn his TV It is not enough to say Iraq will know of the They may not realize the extent of the Modem armies do not need for All the need is a with Then they will have vital intelligence and a public I urge you to advise President Bush 4 that the next time he talks to General that he Powell instruct Gen jt eral Schwarzkopf to draw a line in the This line should be on the north and east side of the generals pup tent 10 yards Then he should tell all of those reporters any that vstep across this line will spend the duration in the Maybe well get lucky and Sam Donaldson will be the If we are truly smiled Dan KRather will be il I must tell I opposed 1 this war and hoped to the last it could r be avoided with but now that we are in it I want us to win with the least possible number of casual Yet I dont care what it takes in world opinion or political must I dont care I1 if the air strikes go on for six They flying services have nearly the theyve experienced in routine I dont care what kind of tweapons we Think aobut Sup pose we lose 20 to 40 thousand troops one or more of them were your Wouldnt you wonder why I we spent all that money on nuclear devices t Thomas Sowell said No amount of hardware will be a deterrent if others think you dont have the stomach to use Who cares if the Arabs hate us They have hated us since early nineteenth century and always They can hate us or love it is of no What is impor they respect In I say to you You politi cians and bumbling State Department bureaucrats got us into this by you had better win Fletcher New post organized Editor I would like to inform the residents of New Braunfels and Comal County that New Braunfels now has a new Veterans of Foreign Wars post the George Garcia VFW Post All members of this post including myself are dedicated to preserving the rights and benefits of all veterans present and as well as their We are equally dedicated to assisting our community in the many ways that the VFW since its inception especially the young folks in the will be lead ers of our great I strongly urge all eligible veterans to join us in our I and all veterans will be grateful for you Jerry Vineyard VFW Post 11050 Cant hold a candle Editor Ive been wanting to tell you for some time how much I enjoy the Her I dont always get to read it on the day it that is all the way the Today 30 I just fin ished the 23rd and I cant stop laughing someone with a fan tastic sense of humor put the Royko and Helga all in a row Im still laughing And theres Ida Sing and her delightful sense of humor what a doll She must be a delightful And theres the well balanced who is intelli self esteemed an dont we wish we had a whole bunch like him in our I also enjoy the It makes one realize that there are quite a few caring and dedicated peo ple in this Ive lived in a num ber of large whose newspapers couldnt hold a candle to the Thanks a bunch for being Anna Gay I would appreciate it even more if the carrier would throw the paper farther up in the yard more instead of the sidewalk or the Your representatives George Bush I President of The United States The White House 1600 Pennsylvania 20500 Lloyd Bentsen United States Senate 703 Hart 20510 See Page 5A Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels 707 Landa or Drawer New Texas 7813 Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels HeraldZeitung at New DAVIP SULLENS Editor and Publisher JANINE GREEN iONE BEASLEY Managing Editor Advertising Director CHERYL DuVALL Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager CAROL ANN AVERY Circulation Manager GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall counties three Senior Citizens Discount carrier delivery Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one If you have not received your newspaper by Tuesday through or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Potttnumter Send address changed to Drawer New Texas Mike Royko Lets lighten up on war coverage By MIKE ROYKO Newt a congressional has put his finger on a poten tially serious morale problem that could hamper the war with The latest polls show that most Americans are in a hard nosed Maybe not as euphoric as they were a week or two But the polls say the vast majority of us are itching for our troops to storm in there in the inspiring words of our commander in kick some But Gingrich says that when we start there can be no dillydal shillyshallying or Thats because hes worried about the American peoples capacity to accept violence on television at the levels wed see in ground He has a Once the land war with limbs flying and young people it wont be the kind of thing youd want to watch while chewing your So Gingrich is concerned that as more humanremains pouches thats what the military now calls body bags are the publics zest for the war will There will be few er giddy people on waving little flags and shouting Were behind the boys over so lets get it over with wheee The problems is that theres no guarantee that we can get it over with Im sure this isnt news to war enthusiasts who are but Sad dam Hussein has a very big Slightly bigger than in And he has thousands of modern rocket land mines and other deadly noise Thats why most military experts who arent being censored dare talking about a ground war last ing And a lot of mayhemn can occur in a few But thats no reason for us to shirk our duty as cops of the free world to restore Kuwait and its oil to the young Kuwaitis who now look yearningly to us as they dance till dawn in the discos of There are solutions to the potential morale problem that Gingrich and the others have Gingrich worries about how Americans will react to prolonged blood and guts violence on By why should they see it on TV The military already has demo strated that its very skillful at filter ing And everybody knows that most people think reporters should clam up and not stick their noses into how the war is being So the answer is that when the ground war the news media especially television should not be permitted to show anything that could be dishearten ing or Im not calling for complete cen After I have loyalty to my own But in a war or a as it is more accurately known there are other newsworthy events besides death and Besides bringing us the daily mili tary which are wonderfully the TV crews could show us how things are going in the See Page 5 A Lamar Smith Districts residents pivotal to war effort By LAMAR SMITH Congressman As the first aircraft to participate in the Gulf War shot into the early morning a San Antonio native was at the From the very beginning it was clear that San Antonio and the 21st Congressional District would go down in history as a vital link in the Allied mili tary efforts in the Middle Thousands of additional troops primarily medical personnel have been deployed from San Antonio and West Texas to the Persian Gulf Europe or to various stateside support While many men and women will serve in com bat most of San Antonios troops will aid those injured in the Among the troops from San Antonio and the rest of the 21 st District already sewing in the war effort are AIR FORCE Active Duty Personnel from Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center have been sent to hospitals in Europe where casualties will be flown from the Persian Reserves The 32nd Aeromedical Evacuation 68th Military Air lift Squadron and 433rd Military Airlift Wing will fly between the Persian Gulf and Helgas Ice Haus ARMY Active Duty The 307th Air Ambu lance 41st Combat Support Hospital and 40th Ordnance Detachment have been sent to Saudi Reserves Detachment 1 of the 94th Gener al Hospital is serving in Germany the 238th Main tenance Company is at Fort scheduled for Saudi Arabia the 114th Evacuation 368th Medical 420th Medical 785th Medical 340th Supply and Ser vice 541st Trassportation 217th Transportation 341st Transporta tion and 90th Military History Detachment have been deployed to Saudi ARMY NATIONAL GUARD Reserves The 217th Evacuation Hospital are in Saudi Arabia while the 1806th Medical Detachment are sche duled for duty in food processing plants in the Rio Grande NAVY Reserves A detachment of the For ward Freight Terminal Unit 210 is in Saudi Arabia San Antonios Detachment 510 of the Naval Hospi tal Corpus Christ and Naval Medical Unit P1040A have been sent to hospital ships in the Middle East Naval Weapons Station Concord 1210 is working in and the 4th Marine Reconnais sance Division will work medical support Many of those left to work here at home are pre paring the three major military hospitals in San Antonio for possible casualties from the Persian Though they are capable of taking on casual ties flown directly from the front it is more likely they will care for patients who already have received aid in the Wilford Hall at Lackland Air Force Base is the Air Forces major tertiary care It could pro vide up to beds to the war Brooke Army Medical Center at Fort Sam Hous ton is best known for its bum Another 645 beds are available Audie Murphy VA Hospital also could be called upon to make more than 200 of its 450 beds Also in the 21st District is Goodfellow Air Force where intelligence analysts are being With the 21st District playing such a key role in the military it is important to appreciate the service our military installations are providing and to voice our support for the dedicated men and women in the Middle Lamar Smith in Representative for Con gressional District which includes New I HOPE 1 CAM UNDERSTAMP THIS SEX EDUCATION BE A6STIN6WT AMP po WHAT IF IJM u   

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