New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 5, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
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THE WOODLANDS, Texas (AP) . —Former President George Bush sees hope for the United States despite such ‘ symptoms of “moral emptiness'* as teen pregnancy, cocaine and crime.
"As president, if I had the power to give just one thing to the world it would have been the return of an inner moral compass nurtured by the family and valued by society," Bush said, speaking at a suburban Houston school.
"We cannot continue producing generations bom in despair; ftee-falling through society."
Bush noted, however, that he sees hope for the nation in trends where a book about virtues written by his former cabinet member, William Bennett, has surpassed the sales of a sex book written by so-called New York shock jock Howard Stem.
"I worry about recently why American schools have gone out of their way not to teach values ... teaching fundamentals," he added.
Private attacus, Industry CMI In Hearing About Hearings
AUSTIN (AP) — Some anti-pol-ution activists say they fear a Senate committee is going to try to make it easier for industries to get pollution permits.
Lt Gov. Bob Bullock has directed the Senate Natural Resources Committee to propose legislation eliminating any unnecessary costs and delays that may exist under current permitting procedures "while preserving and strengthening citizen involvement in hose processes."
But many who attended a Wednesday committee hearing said they sus-xctcd streamlining the permit process wu a subterfuge for removing public
Stuart Henry, an Austin environmental attorney, said that in recent rears, "Most of the streamlining has >een at the expense of adjacent andowners and property owners who are trying to protect their property rights.
"When anyone talks about streamlining, what in fact occurs is less participation and less opportunity for participation by neighbors," he said.
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AUSTIN (AP) — Texas AAM regents and alumni praised the appointment of Dallas banker Gerald J. Ford to the AAM System Board of Regents one week after former chairman Ross Margraves resigned amid a criminal investigation.
Fold, who was appointed by Gov. Ann Richards Wednesday, was characterized by AAM faithful ss a “common sense, anight forward" leader with excellent finance credentials and strong connections in the Texas Legislature.
"He it going to be an outstanding regent," add Texas Comptroller John Step, a prominent Aggie alum. "One of the things AAM needs right now is someone who is very good rn finance, and you don't get anyone as good as ForL
Fold, 49, is a member of the Board ofTtuaees m Southern Methodist University and a former member of the Texas Tech Board of Regents.
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