New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 28, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
Wednesday, June 28, 1995 M Herald-Zeitung ■ 9Texas Today
Nation of Islam Guards Exonoratod in Boatings
DALLAS (AP) — A black county commissioner thanked five Nation of Islam members who, rather than summon police, administered their own discipline upon four black youths Who burglarized a predominantly $lack mall earlier in the month, j “I think you did more (for the youths) than our criminal justice system could ever have done. Thank you tor getting us back on the right track,” ibid commissioner John Wiley Price, frequently a controversial figure himself for his protests on various racial jssues.
'• A grand jury declined Tuesday to indict five members of a Nation of fslam mosque, who are based at WestcliffMall in south Dallas, where four youths admitted breaking in the night of June 11, stealing a cash register and $300.
Nation of Islam members have provided security for the mall since it opened under black ownership two years ago. They appeared with their aittomeys, Price, store operators and mall officials at a mall news conference.
J Gaoloku Lagbara, owner of the
flail, and Susie Garrett, owner of usie’s Collectible, the burglarized store, joined Nation of Islam members in urging that burglary charges
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now be dropped against the four youths.
Archaeologists Try To Uncovor Clues To Ancient People
VICTORIA, Texas (AP) — Beside a Guadalupe River feeder creek, a couple of dozen college students dig in the dirt on their hands and knees beneath the hot summer sun.
Meticulously, they comb through clay soil in square sections, marking each dirt layer with colored flags. A few yards away, diggers sift through clumps and use water hoses to inspect every piece of earth.
Welcome to a six-week journey intoiTexas’ past.
An archaeology team of university students and professors is excavating a 4-by-S-meter area in Riverside Park where ancient tools previously have been found.
Researchers hope to unearth more artifacts to help them learn about the people who lived here as long ago as 8000 B.C.
“This is the only site of this type that has been systematically dug in Victoria County or anywhere in this region. It'll be more than of just a
regional interest if we find what we hope to find,” said Tom Hester, one of the University of Texas archaeologists leading the project.
Sharp Says Local Hospitals, Taxpayers Lose Under Federal Medicaid Changes
AUSTIN (AP) — Texas hospitals stand to lose billions of dollars under changes to Medicaid funding being considered in Congress, according to State Comptroller John Sharp.
An analysis released Tuesday by Sharp’s office concludes that Texas hospitals could lose as much as $4 billion in Medicaid funds over the next seven years under a budget plan pushed by Republicans.
The state’s health care industry as a whole could lose as much as $12 billion, compared with funding Texas would receive under the current Medicaid system, he said.
"Our analysis shows that by the year 2002, some public hospitals would have to hike local tax rates by as much as SO percent to cover the shortfall caused by inequities in the proposed congressional plan," said Sharp, a Democrat.
The congressional budget plan pending in Congress caps Medicaid spending. In addition, lawmakers are considering a block grant system similar to the one proposed for welfare.
Poll: One in Four Texans Knew a 1994 Murder Victim
HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) — The results of a newly released poll might indicate changing attitudes about how crime should be dealt with
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in Texas, a Sam Houston State University researcher says.
Almost one-fourth of Texans responding to the poll said they knew a murder victim and 39 percent said they were crime victims during the previous year.
However, Texans’ support for the death penalty appeared to drop, said researcher Dennis Longmire, who conducted the 1994 Texas Crime Poll.
“Perhaps people are beginning to see the futility of a continuation of
punishment as the answer to the problem of crime,” Longmire said Tuesday. He noted that his results combine with other studies that show Texans are increasingly concerned with a lost sense of community.
“They’re seeing the relationship between general decay in the neighborhood and crime and beginning to perhaps realize that ... we need to restore a sense of connection and commitment to the community.
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