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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday July 17 1094 aim at MToWk with Managing Editor MwkLyon about the Opinion page call ext The signing away of First Amendment rights continues Angus Mackenzie Journalism professor 1993 Project 150 Public donations will help finance Sesquicenteiinial celebration In preparation for next years Sesquicentennial cele bration the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce has begun a fundraising campaign to help finance what looks to be a very exciting period of activities TJhe chambers campaign is called Project 150 and the v goal is to raise which will be utilized to pay for all of the major events such as Founders Day Crossing the Guadalupe Opening Ceremdnies Historical Homte Tours parade barbecue lunch in Landa Park fireworks display and a plaque dedication Several categories have been developed for including individual memorials corporate associate sponsors and cosponsors Anyone wanting to contribute to this special celebration of 150 years should simply fill out the form below and return it to the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Checks should be made payable to Braunfels Foundation Trust Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Box 311417 New Braunfels Texas 781311417 New Braunfels Sesauteentenhlal Gnomon vnew O WOO AMKlUX D MBIOUAL CD 1130 ASJOOATB COSrONSOK 11400 D foul Pijmui Anool EKtoed BalT KU ptynat dnltmtofAttimt FtOMt Write us The New Braunfels welcomes letters on any public tuue The editor reserve the right to correct spelling style punctua tion and known factual errors Letters should be kept to 250 We publish only original mail addressed to The New Braunfels Herald Ztitung bearing the writers signature Also an address and a telephone number which are not for publication must be included Please cite the page number and date of any article that is mentioned Preference is given to writers who have not been published in the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 to Uttert to the Editor The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Drawer 311328 New Braunfels Texas 781311328 New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Editor and Sullens General DuVall Managing Advertising Davis Circulation Ann Avery Pressroom Brandt Classified Reininger City Croteau Publitbed on Sunday mondial and weekday TUetday through Friday bylhc NewBrautftlsHtraUZtitung USPS 377880 707 St or Bnumfdj Comil County Tx 781311328 Second dast pottage paid by tte New Brow ftlt HtraUZtituHg in New Bnunfels Tcxu Curier delivered in Oxral md Ouiddupe oouniiei three one yttf Sato CUzen DUoountt by cvrier ddivoy only sx KU1 dettwy outride Coral County in three ax mooihi 000 yMr SttJO Mdl outtide Tewu lU monthi one yev Sutacdbcn who have nodved t by 530 TUewtay through by 730 un on Sundty imy 210 6259144 or 210 6064846 tollfoe fcr Stftdfl KUdon Cuyoo Like BulvenJe and Stn Antonio by 7 weekdays or by 11 wnwSuodty KmMAlW Send iddreu to the Ntw HtraldZtUuig Dnw 781311328 NEW jc over a threeoption ballot measure Mario Cuomo has thrown a and conquer is the governors approach curve ball at Republicans reasons for opposing the death penalty the State trying to Mile consistent are wrong He says that it brutal strike them out over1 the death penalty V Cuomd who has vetoed death penalty legislation for 12 years and is now seeking reelection to a fourth has proposed that the assem bly let voters decide the issue by referendum He wants the ballot to offer three choices Cal Thomas In addition to the death penalty option voters could choose to impose life in prison without the possibility of parole If they v that it does not deter that it is an irre act of and that innocent peo pie can be mistakenly put to death Cuomo believes that life in prison without Sparole is a punishment that fits the crime of mur der It does not It is like taking away someones ice cream as a penalty for stealing a car Depriving someone of liberty even for the rest of his life is y not a sufficient penalty for taking the life of anoth human being To suggest that it is devalues the life that has been taken indeed it sends a message to society that life is cheap or less dear than it used i must be the surrendering of the guilty per i amends not only for uiujr puvciu ujjpjsc u out u vuulnlpun iege ppU found that when New Yorkers were to chboie 4 penalty degree rriurdetand were givein three optioris itoWSTJ aillcllus 41 deceased does not take revenge on those it puts to yumiiu UILCS uicuuus mw mis pou suggests Our criminaljustice system tegpubBcani dont like his suggestion Process with builtin safeguards of parole because they only wanta which ensure with an extremely high probabili vote on the death penalty so that they miilh a can hang onto theclear political advantage this the guilty pay the price yuomos argument in favor of life without tj safer flita implies that there is a fixed num ber of killers nd ttttt getting those now commit ting murders Off the streets and into prison will guarantee fewer idilers But killers are bred not born Removing some of the current bunch does nothing to curtail the making of new ones The death penalty does not brutalize society Murderers brutalize society The death penalty is societys response to this brutalization It is a mat ter of justice It is the way society maintains a high view of human life There are other crimes or series of crimed which can land one in prison for We Capital punishment is a way to set the crime of murder above all other categories and to say that this act is one to which only one penalty is suffi cient Is life in prison Without parole better than the current system Older which some killers are paroled only to loll again It is and if that is all Republicans can get from this Democratic gover nor they should settle for what he proposes Of course there is always die Call election and a Republican could unseat Cuomo But Republicans in the assembly shouldnt wait for the uncertain results of that balloting in hopes of passing a straightforward yesorno death penalty law That would mean settling for the unacceptable status quo just so they can keep a political issue alive for their own benefit Cat Thomas is a syndicated columnist with Los Angeles Times do oqntinuffto buiW in Haiti the Is ponder to American troops into the Haiti States v lnues to airw continue to pour thb ooutttry rriany on boats base in Cuba There are potently Artiorteans ftring in Haiti Should President dinted send Marines into Hattt to oust the miliury dictatorship Whal do you ttiink oiJt drop it by our office at in Mew Braurtfefei ahd well report the results in text edition One vote per petebh No names will be published Deadlirltfto Submit your opinion is July JS Copied forms are accepted Should the United States invade Haiti Circle one Yes or No or other Name Address Sex HlM In a uUle town where every one kn6ws what everyone else is dpirig practically before it is wbieie vot about no one can agree wrih anyone else on aiothers worth two rnen otwhbm all would agree were recently died Both sriatclicd frpm a life of service Indeed com munitjtwth the question that hMBnfcg throughout the cen turies Why ate the very best of us taken away too Soon j v die death oflhese two men has so profoundly dis turbed me that I must write about this existential dilemma to move on Ijhe best material Ive read on this subject is i ffound in the little book The Will of God by Leslie Vt Weatherhead first published in 1944 in an to explain why so many young soldiers dymg in World War II Weatherhead divided f ihewUl of God into three parts 1 The intentional i vWl of God 2 The circumstantial will of God and The ultimate will of G6d Jv will of God is for all of us to V love joy and peace but because God has giv V en us free will and allowed evil to exist in our world and because God has established natural eyes of death daily become inarticulate when con fronted with the question Why do the good die young This question one of the great mysteries of life can be answered theologically Since Im seminarians are quick to poinldbt and because editors threaten pot to print material laced with JudeoChristian messages J am heAanl ip lootinto this except that y V i Today in history By the Associated Press Today is Sunday July 17 the 198th day of 1994 There are 167 days left in the year sFodays highlight in history On July during the Span ishAmerican War Spain surrendeltd to the United States at Santiago Cuba On this date In 1821 Spain ceded Florida to the United States In 1841 die British humor maga zine Punch was first published In 1917 the British royal family adopted the nfifle Windsor In 1938 aviator Douglas Corrigan took off from New York saying he was headed Itf California he ended up can produce circumstances that interfere with Gods intentional will for us Our response to these circumstances Weatherhead calls the circumstan tial will of God When we react to these circum stances with faith and courage we can fulfill Gods Ultimate will fdrus 7peace in Him s God pours out goodness to us we love care for our children Just as God allows us to ke mistakes we allow our children to stumble when they learn to walk Because we want our children to be independent we dont do everything for them otherwise we would infantilise them Likewise God does not want wants us to choose to love Him This free will allows for rebellion The ultimate rebellious teenager to carry the analogy me distance is the devil When the devil is given freedom by God tragedy is bound to occur v A persons premature death is never Gods will Disease is the product of our inadequate knowl edge of healing and evils influence and should be battled with all our power but sometimesevil wins on this earth We find victory in death when we stand by the bedside and see peace joy and love reflected in the eyes of friends and family and are comforted by hope and fulfillment radiating from the soul of the dying The circumstances of sickness and death can often lead to the expression of good In our response to tragedy our hearts souls and minds can find peace John Walter is a psychiatrist writer lecturer consultant who in Red River New In 322 people were a pair of ammunition ships explodep inTFtort Chicago Calif In Truman Soviet Premier and British Prime Minister Winston S Churchill began meeting at Pdudam in the final Allied summit of World War II In Democrats opposed to of President Trumanmet ip Birmingham to endorse Carolina Gov Strom In 19 j5r pitoeyland had its opening day in Calif In 1968 asoup in Iraq relumed the Baath Pflrty to pbwer five years after it was ousted In 1974 Apollo spaceship docked spacecraft in linkup of Readers say Beaver Dam owner has no right to open in Bulverde From staff reports Readers responding to last weeks HeraldZeilung survey question Should Bill Stewart have a right to open the Beaver voted over whelmingly against the proposition Approximately 25 readers indicated they did not want the gentlemens club to open in Bulverde while one said they opposed the idea but thought Stewart had a right to open Since the HeraldZeitung published the survey last Sunday Stewart has decided not to open the Beaver Dam Here are some of the responses IN FAVOR Yes Although I dont condone such since this usually draws balls find breads human cockroaches and corrupts our county But as long as it is kept under strict lawful controls and faraway from any family dwelling he has the right However the people should still fight to keep htm from opening AGAINST I live one and onehalf blocks from this club and do not want it in the neighborhood It will tower property values will attract undesirable people and will increase robbery and drug trafficing do not need this in a residen tial neighborhood Keep it out Bad for the county BulveRje is a family continuity Bill
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