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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 24, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                4 A O HeraldZeitung O Sunday September 241995 Opinion to talk with Managing Editor Doug Loveday about the Opinion page call 6259144 Opinion Online contact To submit letters and guest columns electronically by way of online services or Internet or to simply contact staff members the HeraldZeitungs address is HZeitung@AOL.com In todays supercharged media universe it takes only one sighting of information streaking across the sky to prompt a thou sand journalists to keep repeating the pseudofact until it hardens into Howard Kurtz media critic 1994 EDITORIAL Downsizing thelLN plans to push for reduction in United Nations budget staff bureaucracy That sucking sound you hear coming from New York City is the United Nations bleeding us dry Actually the is heavily in arrears to the right now with many opponents in Congress saying we should not make any payments at all to the world body The has consistently paid far more than any other country for United Nations operations As host country to the world body weve been responsible for keeping the organization afloat for years Now when weve fallen behind in our payments to the body officials and representatives from member nations especially the Europeans are screaming for our heads because of our delin quency Let them scream Nations like Germany France the and Japan have paid pal try sums of money to maintain operations when compared to the United States Its high time those nations that can afford to pay their fair share do so Our coffers are no longer a bottomless pit Ambassador Madeleine Albright has let officials know that she will be working this year to help reduce the bureaucracy that has balooned over the 50 years of existence She will propose in the coming year the consolidaton of some departments the reduction of others and the elimination of still more i frightening prospects for world bureaucrats xOther costs that come from unlimited and unwarranted travel by IJN officials can also be brought down to save funds Albright has said Whats really hurting the group financially right now are the numerous peacekeeping efforts the is engaged in around the gjpbe especially in the former Yugoslavia jf this country continues to play an active role in the United Rations and its endeavors our representatives should work to make organization as lean and efficient as possible SfThe days of bloated bureaucracy being the norm and accepted form of government appear to be gone even on the global scene editorial was written by Managing Editor Doug Love Write us 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 feitung bearing the writers signature Also an address and a telephone rfamber which are not for publication must be included cite the page number and date of any article that is mentioned is given to writers who have not been published in the previous 30 days i Mail letters to Jitters to the Editor the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Drawer 311328 Braunfels Texas 781311328 c 210 6251224 Braunfels HeraldZeitung jgditor and Sullens penera DuVall Loveday Advertising Stevens Circulation Ann Avery pressroom Brandt ied Croteau r Published on Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the jfryBmtnfelsHenildZeiluns USPS 377880 707 Landa St or Drawer 311328 New Sraiuifels Cqmal County Tx 781311328 Second class postage paid by the New Broun HtnMZtifititS W New Bwuufcls Texas Giniff dcUvewdmComal three months six months one yew Senior Citizen Discounts by carrier delivery only six months one year Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas three months six months year Mail outside Texas six months one year Subscribers who have not Deceived a newspaper by Tuesday through Friday by 730 on Sunday may caU 210 6259144 or by 7 weekdays or by 11 ajn oa Sunday PosiMASTW Send address changes to the NewBravfels HtraldZeitung PQ Draw ifg mm New Tx Four basic needs in raising kids This recent series about helping children of divorce adjust to their new life is to me important enough to write a summary article The four columns preceding this one addressed four basic needs each of which is an important part of the mixture in helping children restabilize All of these articles have been written with the assumption that there is no abuse toward the children It is also assumed that the parents have no alcohol or other drug abuse which could interfere in the chil drens safety driving while under the influ ence of a or in the parents ability to provide a loving warm and attentive environment for the children Children need and want to love and be loved by both parents They need to feel free to do so without fear of upsetting one parent by loving the other par ent Loyalty binds are destructive to kids Children want to feel free to spend time with each parent and be able to enjoy that time without fear of the oth er parents being jealous Children should be free to call either parent when they want limited by phone bills although parents need to watch that they are not being played against each other Kids frequently do this by calling one parent when they are angry with the other When one parent becomes involved in another romantic relationship it is helpful to the children if the other parent encourages the children to accept and even like the new person This may be hard for the parent to do but it is extremely helpful for the chil dren Children need parents to set tle their differences and find a way to be peaceful and treat each other respectfully This does not have to be a happy active friendship but at least a relationship in which there is no yelling criticizing or making hateful comments about the oth er parent Parents need to com municate their differences with out going through the children or using them as the messen gers or as bargaining tools When respectful communica tion is reestablished the major healing can begin Children benefit from rea sonable rules consistency and routine As much as possible coordinate schedules and routines house hold rules and expectations and positive and negative consequences Support the other parent in expecting children to conform to reasonable rules at both homes For example if the rule is homework is to be done before TV support this in both homes If a child is grounded from the telephone because of misuse of the phone at one home dont allow use of the phone at the other home This helps prevent children pitting Nancy Logan one parent against the other or calling one parent when they are mad at the other one Finally children are expensive in time and in money Child support is a reasonable and essential responsibility even if the child is conceived out of wedlock or the parent is only a Poverty or poor standard of living is not good for kids Furthermore kids do not raise themselves well Children need regular and ample attention and need to have a parent with enough energy to enjoy playing with or enjoying them If a custodial parent has to work more than one fulltime job he or she will have too little time or energy to spend with kids All children but especially children of divorced parents need to feel free to love and be loved by both parents to be treated respectfully and around people who treat each other respectfully to have a steady routine and predictable rules and expectations upheld by both parents to be financially supported by both parents regular and reasonable child and to have enough time and positive attention freely given to them In my opinion these are the birthrights of children and the essential responsibilities of people choosing to have children Disclaimer All materials in this column are pro vided for general information only It is not intended nor should it be construed as psychological advice or instruction Dr Logan is a psychologist in private practice in New What do you think North of New Braunfels on the UT campus one of the schools most visible spirit groups the Texas Cowboys has been suspended for five years following the death of one of its newmen The Cowboys which are made up mostly by members of other UT fraternities fire the cannon at UT football games In this incident however theyve been accused of forcing the recruit to drink heavily and eat tobaccorovered hot dogs before swimming across the Colorado Rivernear Bastrop The newman drowned We want to know if you think hazing in any form should be punished by banning the guilty organization from the college campus Fill out the coupon drop ft by our office at 707 Landa New Braunfels TX 78130 or fax survey to 210 6251224 Copied forms are accepted Deadline for this survey is Saturday SepL Should student or Greek organizations be severely punished for hazing recruits Yes No Name Address City Age Sex Write em GOVERNMENT OFFICES President of the Bill Clinton 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington 20500 2024561414 Vice President of the Al Gore Old Executive Office Bldg 17th St and Pennsylvania NW Washington 20501 2024562326 Senators for the state of Texas Phil Gramrn 402 E Ramsey Rd San Antonio TX 78216 5123669494 Kay Bailey Hutchison 961 Federal Bldg 300 E 8th St Austin TX 78703 5124825834 Congressmen Lamar Smith 1100 Loop 410 Ste 640 San Antonio TX 78209 2108215024 Frank Tejeda 1313 Military Ste 115 San Antonio TX 78214 2109247383 FAX 2109276222 TEXAS GOVERNMENT OFFICES Governor George W Bush Box12428 Austin TX 78711 5124632000 Attorney General Dan Morales Box 12548 Austin TX 78711 5124632100 State Senator Jeff Wentworth 1250 Loop 410 San Antonio TX 78209 2108267800 FAX 2108260571 or Box 12068 Austin TX 787112068 5124630326 State Senator Judith Zaffirini Box 627 Laredo TX 78042 2107222293 or Box 12068 The Survey Five readers responded to last Sundays survey question Should ah Arctic wildlife refuge be opened to oil and gas develop and four of the five were opposed to that action The responses included We have traveled twice through Alaska It would be a sacrilege to let this happen The wilderness is already overrun with cars and people Leave the animals their habitat If we have less oil to rely on maybe cleaner alternative fuels would get a boost A scientific study says carbon dioxide byproduct of fossil fuels is a source of global warming Its a fact When will the decision makers face reality Its time we seek alternative fuel sources We must draw the line on the con tinuous destruction of our wildlife refuges We dont need any more oil spills in the Arctic area We are slowly destroying our world it has to stop Remember the Exxon Valdez oil spill The world is awash in surplus oil Most of the Arctic oil goes to Japan and consumers would not benefit from it The protected areas owned and con trolled by the government are already sufficient The future of development depends on our independence of oil and gas a situation which presently is not so and is soaring We need to be oil and gas independent Today In History By The Associated Press Today is Sunday Sept 24 the 267th day of 1995 There are 98 days left in the year The Jewish New Year Rosh Hashanah begins at sunset Todays Highlight in History On Sept Congress passed the First Judiciary Act which provid ed for an Attorney General and a Supreme Court On this date In 1869 thousands of businessmen were ruined in a Wall Street panic after financiers Jay Gould and James Fisk attempted to comer he gold mar ket In 1929 Lt James H Doolittle guided a Consolidated NY2 biplane over Mitchel Field in New York in the first allinstrument flight In 1934 Babe Ruth made his farewell appearance as a regular play er with the New York Yankees in a game against the Boston Red Sox The Sox won 50 In 1948 Mildred Gillars accused of being Nazi wartime radio propagandist Axis pleaded innocent in Washington to charges of treason Gillars ended up serving 12 years in prison In 1955 President Eisenhower suf fered a heart attack while on vacation in Denver In 1957 the Brooklyn Dodgers played their last game at Ebbets Field defeating the Pittsburgh Pirates 20 In 1960 the USS Enterprise the first nuclearpowered aircraft carrier was launched at Newport News Va In 1963 the Senate ratified a treaty with Britain and the Soviet Union limiting nuclear testing In 1969 the trial of the Chicago Eight later Seven began Five of the defendants were convicted of cross ing state lines to incite riots at the 1968 Democratic national convention but the convictions were ultimately over turned In 1976 newspaper heiress Patri cia Hearst was sentenced to seven years in prison for her part in a 1974 bank robbery She was released after 22 months under an executive clemen cy order from President Carter Ten years ago Soviet Foreign Min ister Eduard Shevardnadze addressing the General Assembly warned the Reagan administrations Star Wars proposal threatened a nuclear Five years ago The Supreme Sovi et voted to give preliminary approval to a plan for switching the Soviet Union to a freemarket economy South African President de Klerk met at the White House with Presi dent Bush One year ago A firefight erupted between Marines and a group of armed Haitians outside a police station in the northern coastal city of Cap Haitien ten of the Haitians were killed Todays Birthdays ABC sports caster Jim McKay is 74 Actress Sheila MacRae is 71 Actorsinger Anthony Newley is 64 Rep Joseph Kennedy II is 43 Thought for Today Fear cannot be without hope nor hope without Spinoza Dutch philosopher   

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