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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 26, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas AnalysisToday iii history optadoa'fnkftihas ahmplwr DMC MI IfBOnUlI *8® P^v® M MM a -Pa- -«•-----91 MBButtS OK IO QMt My mother had terns in her    Why arc eo many people quick lo be offended    been miaercbte if she had net tamed my temper and eyes when Ae told me. “I mn    when a cento sod (floe Dan Ooavle sneak forth*    sweetened my tongue. puifahinf you beearn I love rightly .boat the niw epidemic of ilkghimin God a Uke my mother. He oud*w« catlin fonns Jrn.'    Hfltotaovcaalry?    rf betaviw and requires Olton beearn He love, ut. I wm oily wven. 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God sets dear moral I never doubled either mea*    sht    q»y    «9y.    rules lo guide our behavior. •wriK    rerev redrew aware* ■wntiw arej rere^y    .    *    a    ^    -    __    -...    _*    —___J* a ...    ..    ward    actiore    not    became    Ae    wre    n    tuneful,    sadistic    He    makes    such    rules, not to rennet our nm. but ss considered imArcly exchnive    bul    because    in    her    love    she    woawlfw1    lo    be    becauee He loves us. Christians endorse and echo d§M^Mh A|1m ft*tf gfcrth tMMVMk ^^nmtau^A ienrenMrereSteea    "W^PPy*    rere^^D Sre^^W awm lSev ^mliw MWW^ttrel* * toto tire rm^rekwhM? Without ber correction I would have grown up    (Gene Shelburne may be addressed at 2310 Anna unemployable. Everybody around me would have    Street, Amarillo, Teens 791064717.) People of the world must unite to help end the suffering in Rwanda ; V *    ' ,k ■    '    ***    . N V *'    * The exodus of nrilliom of refugees from Rwanda into Zaira Is a tragedy of epic proportions. It is impossible to see the pictures coming beck from Africa and read the ; accounts of epidemic and death without being moved. ! A wide range of charitable organizations are lushing I relief to help Rwandan refugees. AU are in desperate heed of donations. They include: I* ■ American Red Cross, Box 37243. Washington, D.C. 20013. j; a CARE, 151 ElUs St, Atlanta, GA, 30303. acatholic Relief Services, Box 17090, Baltimore, MD I {11298. I* a Church World Service, Box 968, Elkhart, Indiana >46515. i a Doctors Without Borders USA Inc., 30 Rockefeller I Plaza, Suite 5425, New York, NY 10112. j' a The Episcopal Church Presiding Bishops Fund, 815 Second Avenue, New York, NY 10017 I m Save The Children, Box 975, Dept RW, Westport, Com. 06881. a U.S. Committee for UNICEF, 333 East 38th St, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10016. a Interaction, a coalition of U.S. aid agencies, offers a list of private aid agencies involved with Rwanda. Call |(202) 667-8227 to get that list The scope of suffering going on in that beleaguered region of the globe is almost beyond description. Money is desperately needed to help relieve the suffering them. Please give as much as you can afford. (Today's editorial was written by City Editor Roger Croteau.) sfflfove Toughest health decisions still loom amount of time yet," Senile Majority Leader George MUM, D-Mrine. told reporters when asked wfant the target dme would be for provide coverage lo everyone. House Speaker Thomas Foley mid there would be “some slight possible delay” rn phasing rn univcnri coverage beyond CkMon’s original foil of 1998. Not “forever and ever." he stressed, red ane ride suggerted it might be one or two years. At die same time, Foley, D-Wash., sad House Democratic leaden were af Ae vole.” “Bot ~ he was able lo sign Ingiria ion earning a system** bm helped handreds of muttons of older Ameri- dflff    dkR    D8^98M!l60t arid. Supporters of univerariherid) coverage staged made-for-media events of their own. Plot hdy HUtoy Bottom Orison was in Portland, Ore., on Friday to kfcftoftabuscaravrederifmd lo pro- “KwedonotfmnrtmhariAiMW-moo torii Amoricres, Are we have Attid ril Americans,” Ae arid. “lf wa give our energy, our hearts. ow souls to the nest few weeks and make it deer (ha die American people wan wha the members of Congress for wiAanemptoyer-eniploym Aired ireponsibtlity system, we will ga it for every shale America!.” Back in Washington, Democratic leaders struggled over the details rn they worked to write legislaton Aa can extend coverage to att aid win a nugority in boA houses of Congress. “We haven’t decided the exact Hillary Rodham Clinton Write us... Rbm Now Braunite RsmldBsiUmg wlrwmea I alew on any publie j batta The sdtoorrmwnva the right to correct writtng, style, punctua-ttae and kaawnflatari arere. LetoateAonkdnekMil Ie toto wwda Wa pribttrit only crigtoel mafladdrcmadtoHm Aine Bnum/Ue Benld-Britons taming Ae writMririmaturai Ako, re attorn anda triaphooa ■ambar, whrib ere no! Ar pdAeeton, nwO be iadndod. TA— NA the pap number and data of any attrib that la mrerioaad. I PreAseaee is given to writon who have net been pubttehed in Ae preview SO days. hopes they can nake die requirements for coverage easier for lawmakers lo swallow. Sources in Ae Senate arid Mitchell hat essentially concluded he couldn't findenoiiA support lo pass a straightforward retainment for busmeaes lo pay a portion of workers' insurance costs, even a less then 80 percent. instead, they said, he is looking a variation*. erne type would have them require-menu lake effiKt automatically unless coverage reached a fixed level of the population by a specified date in the future. Another would make the requirements dependent on action by an independent commission whom recommendations would be considered by Congress. for Americans wiA employer man-dues,” —earing buiiaemm would be required to bour some of the coa. But he rim arid the final decisions remain to be nato abow the details. Foley and MitcheU spoke one day aller Clinton embraced their plan lo revamp the administration's own NII in m»lr* it mom nnlitimllv nalMakto ID CODgfeSS. luMOR6C§ lo tfiCt Amcncm people —ill of uidid9M tte prairie!* said House Majority leader Richard OcpherA.D’Mot. md other Democrati am studying ways to sweeten subci-(ttm for maU busermem Ait im contained in **gif>titri> cleared by the House Ways md Mortis Committee, in Security Act, crewing Ae Depwtmentof Defense, the National Security CinmrH. Af Cftri hywiiig*«r^ Agency and Ae Joint Chiefs of Strif. to 19*2, Argentine's Ant lady, Eva Felon, died in Buenos Aires Ut sp 33. ta 19S2, King Ferouk I of Egypt abdicated in the wake of § coup led by Game! Abdel Nereer. ta 1953, Fidel Canto bepn his revolt against the regime of rnlgmrio Batista with rn unsuccessful mack oa minny barracks in eastern Cuba. Castro ousted Batista in 19S9. to 19ft, Egyptian Prsrident Carmi Abdel Namer asiaed control of Ae Sues Creal from Ae Rench and iheBritiA. ta 1914, Teamnen president Jimmy Hofia and ax oAers were convicted of bred and conspiracy in the handling of a union peawion fond. In 1971, Apollo IS was launched from Cape Kennedy. ta IMS, lotoappen in Lebanon iriemed Ae Rev. Lawrence Mwtto Jenco, re America) hostage held for nearly 19 monAs. Tan yean ago; The government forged a record PJ billion bfliftoui of Omtineriiri Illinois National Brek and Taw Compmy. which was prigmd by bod loans and tom of deporiior confidence. Rive years ago; Mark Wellman, a 29-year-old paraplegic, reached the summit of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park after hauling himself up the granite cliff six inches at a time over nine days. One yow ago; President CAnon touched a new, hart* sett for his budgeree conference rn Chicago, accusing Republicans of gridlock. Retired Gen. Mrehew B. Ridgway died in Fox Chapel, Pa., at age Edttor grid Pubtohgr...........................................................-Oft*) Sutano Qonorri Manager............................................................Cheryl DUVA Mgnoging Editor.................................................................Mark Lyon Advwflring condor............................................................Paul DavisCbouMton Director....................................................Carol Ann Avgry fYgggroom Forgmgn.............................. ..................Dougtoo Brand! CAMM Manager...................................................Karen ReWnger Cly Editor —...........................................................Boger Croteau Mldttd re gmAyareriagi sad WMlutoy —Mgs IVredty re—ahFncUy by ii JtovAaBdta#taridAtaw(USFSi77ag»TWlreAgk«rRADrew311saNre Amgii.riredOiartf.iy.Tmi-mi. fisMl din pnrgiprid Atta Mre are— Today is Treads, Jriy 26, the 207th day of 1994. Them am 158 days left ie Ae year. Today's htgWigri in histoiy; Ona handred yrers age, on July 26.1894, Erg-tab novelin Aldous Huxley, author of^“Brave New Wcrid,” wk born in Godakning, Englred. On Ais dart: ta I77S, n—a in Franklin bffamf postmaster general. ta 1718, New York became the eleventh stale to ratify the LLS. Constitution. ta 1116, playwright George Bernard Shaw was bam A Dublin, heired. to 1918, U.S. Attorney General Purim J. Bona-prtte rimed re onto creating re investigative agency Aw wm a forerunner of Aa FBI ta D48, Winston ChtnchiU rmAaed m Britain's prima ntinritsr aftsr his Coniervativm were soundly dsArisd in riections by die Labor Party. Clement Atom bacwM Aa aaw prime minister. ta IMT, Floridan Truman * (ha National Triongttt tor Today: “Parodies and caricatures ar, Itta mon pentiratuit of criticisms:' — Aldan Huxley (ISM-1963). ;