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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page4Ali Friday June 17 1994 Opinion To talk with Managing Editor Mark Lyon about the Opinion page call 6259144 ext 21 QUOTAS The press tends to tilt toward win ners and tilt against perceived losers whether were covering sporting events or BobMaynard publisher 1992 EDITORIAL Three times the fun Red Stocking Revue Discovery Days Trash and Treasure Sale this weekend Its another one of those weekends in New Braunfels one of those weekends full of worth while and fun things to do The Red Stocking Revue comes only once every two years and people will be talking about it until the next one comes Three shows will be held at the New Braunfels Civic Center this weekend Ticket sales support the good work of the Community Service Center The show has a reputation for always being fun entertaining a little campy and very pro fessional The Downtown Merchants Association are spon soring Downtown Discovery Days Saturday and Sunday This month stores all along Seguin and San Antonio Streets will be holding a huge sidewalk sale If it has been a while since you visited our downtown merchants this is a great chance to see what youve been missing The variety and quality of the stores make this shopping district second to none While you are downtown dont miss the New Braunfels Art Leagues Trash and Treasure Sale The Art League building on San Antonio Street is the location and a wide variety of arts and crafts and more will be on sale Todays editorial was written by City Editor Roger Write us The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung welcomes letters on any public issue The editor reserves the right to correct spelling style punctua tion and known factual errors Letters should be kept to 250 words We publish only original mail addressed to The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung bearing the writers signature Also an address and a telephone number which are not for publication must be included Please cite the page number and date of any article that is mentioned Preference is given to writers who have not been published in the previous 30 days Mail letters to Letters to the Editor The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Drawer 311328 New Braunfels Texas 781311328 New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Editor and Sullens General DuVall Managing Lyon Advertising Davis Circulation Ann Avery Pressroom Brandt Classified Reininger City Croteau Published on Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by ihe New Braunfels HeraldZeitung USPS 377880 707 Landa Si er Drawer 311328 New Braunfels Corral County Tx 781311328 Second class postage paid by the New Braun fels HeraldZeitung in New Braunfels Texas Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties three months six months one year Senior Citizen Discounts by carrier delivery only six months one year Mail delivery outside Coma County in Texas three months six months one year Mail outside Texas six months one year Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by Tuesday through Friday or by am on Sunday may call 210 6259144 or 210 6060846 tollfree for Seguin Marion Canyon lake Bulverde and San Antonio by 7 weekdays or by 11 am on Sunday POSJMAS JBR Send address changes to the New Braunfels HeratiZeiiung Draw er311328 New Braunfels Tx 781311328 Opinion Heres hoping Hillary helps health care Dave Barry Today I want to bring you uptodate on national health care I happen to know quite a bit about this because I had lunch recently with Hillary Rodham Clinton although she was probably unaware of this fact because the room also contained several thousand newspaper executives belong ing to the Newspaper Associ ation of America motto Keep ing You Accurately Informe It was one of those mass banquet luncheons where squadrons of waiters come swooping out of the kitchen carrying trays stacked high with plates protected by steel covers which they whisk off at your table to reveal to your astonishment and delight chicken The reason you always get chicken at these affairs is the Federal Interstate Chicken Transport System which was built during the Eisenhower administration to ensure that the nation would still be able to hold banquet luncheons after a nuclear war All major hotels are connected via a vast under ground network of pneumatic tubes to huge chicken factories in Delaware and Arkansas where thou sands of chicken parts per second are fed into the tubes under extremely high pressure These parts sometimes travel thousands of miles before blasting out into hotel kitchens all over the nation where workers frantically convert them into banquet meals to make room for new incoming chicken which arrives constantly There is no way to stop it this is a federal Each year hundreds of kitchen workers are injured by chicken breasts traveling at upward of 400 miles per hour This is yet another rea son why we need to be concerned about health care So I was so eager to hear Mrs Clintons speech before the American Newspaper Association lun cheon It was great She kept the crowd in stitches with a series of hilarious healthcare jokes such as the one about the guy who goes to see the doctor because he keeps finding turtles in his undershorts No I am kidding Mrs Clinton did not tell jokes I have heard funeral speeches with a higher humor content Mrs Clinton is VERY serious about health care She knows TONS of facts about it I can tell shes the kind of person who in sixth grade had her Science Fair project done early and it featured elab orate neatly lettered diagrams and a meticulously executed experiment involving test tubes and petri dishes clearly demonstrating some complex scien tific thing involving enzymes whereas people like me showed up with lastminute projects featuring Dix ie cups and a hastily scribbled cardboard sign with a title like THREE KINDS OF So I tried to pay close attention as Mrs Clinton dis cussed the administrations healthcare plan I would say shes in favor of it Im afraid I cant offer much more detail because healthcare is one of those issues another one is the bond market that my brain refuses to think about PAY ATTENTION Id tell my brain The First Lady is explaining health care But my brain would drift off pursuing its own interests trying to remember the words to the Beach Boys 1963 song Our Car which never gets played on the radio and for good reason Mrs Clinton would be talking about the administrative expenses of Medicare and my brain would be singing Well have the roughest and the toughest initia tion we can Then Mrs Clinton would be talking about the inequities of drug pricing and my brain would be singing And if you wanna be a member well really put you through the grind Its a good thing Im not in charge of national health care I cant understand my own medical bills Last spring my son suffered some injuries requiring medical treatment and ever since Ive been receiving incomprehensible bills from dozens of random medical computers Im pretty sure that Im now paying for medical care given to people injured in the Hindenburg disaster Theres no way to tell because the bills all look like this With reference to the above referenced account your 73 percent deductible differential has not been satisfied with respect to your accrual parameter and therefore you are obligated to remit no make that here are some more random amounts and bear in mind that we would enjoy nothing more than seeing your pale skinny body in This is a true story A while back out of the blue I started receiving threatening letters from a collec tion agency representing a hospital demanding So I sent the agency a check Last week on the SAME DAY I received a a letter from the collection agency returning my check with a note stating that I did not owe the money and b a NEW threatening letter from the same agency demanding Im thinking that the only way out of this might be the Federal Witness Protection Program Of course Im sure medical care will become much simpler and more efficient once its being handled by the federal government motto We Are Not Authorized To Tell You Our Im hoping that Mrs Clinton and the Congress work out some kind of plan soon and Im hoping that it covers routine doctor visits Because I need to see somebody about these turtles Dave Barry is a syndicated columnist for the Miami Jimmy Carter negotiates with North Koreans SEOUL South Korea AP For mer President Carter in North Korea to try to ease nuclear tensions has held out a carrot the possibility of full diplo matic ties with Washington Carter met with North Korean Pres ident Kim II Sung for three hours today at a presidential palace on the outskirts of the North Korea capital of Pyongyang The two men covered a wide range of issues but fears that North Korea is building a nuclear arse nal dominated the talks Another meet ing was scheduled for Friday mom ing Washington has said Carter who is on a private trip was carrying no for mal message from the Clinton admin istration But he is making unofficial overtures to the hardline Communist Today in history Analysis government President Kim II Sung told Carter through an interpreter What is impor tant between us is trust confidence in each The meeting between us is the start ing point for the first confidence in each he said as translated on Cable News Network CNN was the only Western news organization allowed into North Korea to cover Carters visit Upon arriving in Pyongyang on Wednesday Carter held out the possi bility of full diplomatic lies with Wash ington if North Korea permits full inspections of its nuclear projects The ume has come to establish full friendship and understanding open trade exchange of visits and full diplo matic relations between our two coun the former president said at a welcoming banquet But that will not happen until North Korea opens its nuclear facilities to inspections he was cited by CNN as saying North Korea has indicated it wants out of its political and economic isola tion Yet for the past 15 months the Communist state has refused to open its nuclear sites to full inspections The government in Pyongyang insists its nuclear program is peaceful but the secrecy of its nuclear opera lions has heightened suspicions it is trying to build atomic bombs in viola tion of treaty obligations While Carter sought to lessen the chances of conflict on his fourday mission the United Slates proposed a package of sanctions to be brought before the Security Council The package provides for a ban on weapon purchases from North Korea and suspension of development projects But ii does not attempt to halt trade with the Pyongyang government and it contains a 30day grace period South Korea expressed full backing for the proposed sanctions Our views are well reflected and if a resolution is adopted as drafted it would put significant pressure on North Foreign Minister Han Sung soo told a news conference today By The Associated Press Today is Friday June 17th the 168th day of 1994 There are 197 days left in the year Todays Highlight in History On June 17th 1972 Presidenl Nixons eventual downfall began with ihe arrest of five burglars inside the Democratic national headquarters in Washington Watergate complex On this date In 1775 the Revolutionary War Bailie of Bunker Hill took place near Boston In 1789 the Third Estate in France declared itself a national assembly and undertook to frame a con stitution In 1856 in Philadelphia the Republican Party opened its first convention In 1885 the Statue of Liberty arrived in New York City aboard the French ship Isere In 1928 Amelia Earhart embarked on a trans Ailaniic llighi from Newfoundland to Wales the first by a woman In 1940 France asked Germany for terms of sur render in World War II In 1944 50 years ago the republic of Iceland was established In 1953 Supreme Court Justice William O Dou glas stayed the execution of convicted spies Julius and Eihel Rosenberg originally set for the next day the couples 14th wedding anniversary They were put to death June In 1963 the Supreme Court struck down rules requiring the recitation of the Lords Prayer or reading of Biblical verses in public schools In years ago the raunchy musical review Oh Calcutta opened in New York In 1971 the Uniied States and Japan signed a treaty under which the would return control of the island of Okinawa In 1986 President Reagan announced the retire ment of Chief Justice Warren Burger In 1991 the remains of President Zachary Taylor were briefly exhumed in Louisville to test a the ory that Taylor had died of arsenic poisoning the results showed death had been from natural Ten years ago Swale winner of the Kentucky Derby and the Belmont Slakes collapsed and died outside its stable at Belmonl Park Five years ago In China eight people were sen tenced to death for allegedly beating soldiers and burning vehicles in Beijing at the start of the crack down on the prodemocracy movement   

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