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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                and Publisher Managing Editor is no proof that arent smart fbf those whose interest in is grossly less than Texas rather unique if stringent of encouraging a good education overa good running back was and remains a good The level of competition in grade School is one Itgets stifferHh junior high stiffer still in grades 10 through College these days is virtually semipro and you will have left your school days far behind if youre good enough to even get into the Astros or Spurs training There the no no play rule is enforced in a different tackle no play andfurther more no Critics have yet to show logical arguements against preser vation of the rule that some state politicians view as precarious as talk of a state income perhaps more But the rule has and our schools and competitive edge is all the better for Not everyone will play pro football or develops into an NBAquality There just shouldnt be poor students on the playing field in interscholastic com Other Views Ladies champions The newspaper headlines say that Dallas has entered a new era Voters there elected the first woman mayor to serve Texas se cond largest On the Texas Corpus Christi also opted for a woman Annette Strauss of Dallas and Bet ty Turner of Corpus Christiwill take their places in history alongside other women who have served or currently serve the larger Texas cities as chief Austin and San Antonio elected women in these capacities before when Houston elected Kathy Texans are proving it doesnt take a mans man to run a city govern ment an more pro gressive state of affairs than ever before The next frontier Who it may Be Fort The Houston Post Forum reform f fTo the editor I would like to comment on your editorial concerning the Tort I agree that the presented by Texans Against Tort is The play on emotions is something needs to be done about the complex question of multi million dollar Every ser vice to the from family doc tors to local swimming have raised their rates in accordance with the cost of their liability in It affects us The is not in limiting our system of civil If the Tort Reform Bills we the elected jury members by our registered will lose another Also lost will be our right to go to I believe this issue goes beyond money and There are other alternatives that could and should be Tort reform will not reduce the cost of insurance nor will it straighten up the legal Margaret Smith Your Representatives Ronald Reagan President of the United States The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue 20500 Phil Gramm United States Senate 370 Russell Senate Bldg 20510 Senator Lloyd Bentsen United States Senate 703 Hart Senate 20510 Bill Clements Governors Off ice State Capitol Texas 71711 William Sims Capitpl Station Box 12Q68 71711 Mac Sweeney Guadalupe County United States House of Representatives 17l3iongworth House Off ice 20515 State Judith Zaff irini Capitol Station Box 12068 Texas 78711 Rep Lamar Smith United States House of Representatives 509 Cannon House 20515 State Edmund Texas House qf Boj 2910 Texas 78769 VNOT A HEAVYWEIGHT IN Mike Royko Was it rape or was it instinct in Allegan Those of us who live in big cities tend to think that smalltown life is all Legion Hall dances and church pancake But spicy things happen in those little dots on the strange stories we dont hear about because People magazine and the scandal mongering supermarket tabloids seldom get out into the One such story recently trickled out of the rural community of where they dont bother to roll up the sidewalks at sunset because not everybody has a sidewalk This story concerned promiscuity and rumored threats of And it became the talk of little It began one night when Rasetus stayed out all night and came home at dawn looking pleased with Rasetus is the name of a goodnatured Labrador retriever owned by Kurt and Lisa The Bales suspected what Rasetus had been doing that What they didnt know was with whom he had been doing They later found Nearby lives Eugene who splices telephone cables for a Nally owns a female dog named of which he is very proud and Thats because Missy is a registered American water which is quite a rare They are prized by bold hunters who shoot birds from the sky and send a dog to fetch the feathered creatures James Kilpatrick Every so when Missy is feeling Nally introduces her to worthy male svater The result of these ecounters usually results in a litter of tiny water spaniels which Nally sells for as much as Thats why Nally is protective of Missy He keeps a wire fence around her because he doesnt want Missy making the acquaintance of wouldbe suitors who so to from the wrong side of the genetic tracks But apparently the fence wasnt tall Not for a determined young fellow like The night he he leaped the fence A poor Nally was shocked when Missy later delivered up 11 puppies They were cute and risky And by Mr Nallys they should have been worth no less than had they a respectable But because Raselus is either a pure if you believe his or a if you believe the angry they werent worth the price of a case of dog food Mr Nally look the unusual legal step of asking the County of Allegan to compensate him for his and Missys He asked to be paid from a fund that has been set up to compensate owners of livestock harmed by stray The county commissioners pondered his re then denied They reasoned that as valuable as she is not they she had not been If she had been a willing participant in the illfated romp with the dashing Nally disagreed When a reporter asked him about the he said That maJe dog just broke in Are you saying that Missy was raped yes The of disagree and say the fault is as much Missys as that she probably flirted and encouraged He has normal male you said Mrs She also said Nally called and said If Rasetus ever wenl near Missy he would shoot him This was angrily denied by especially when a local paper printed the story and got the whole town buzzing 1 never threatened to shoot anybody and 1 will sue or slander If anybody says 1 he but you have said that Rasetus no ler lhan a which is a rather serious ac cusation In it wasnt Missys She couldnt gel out of her pen ft But dont you think she consented1 She had didnt Curious about this sort of 1 asked a dog expert to tell me about the characteristics of the two breeds Of Missys he said that besides their retrieving they are enthusiastic and eager to please And Rasetus They gel along with just about And Ihey are very active Despite what Mr Nally it sounds like a match made in heaven Democrat field promises lively campaign WASHINGTON We are about to have more political that than weve had since By 1 mean to embrace all those who love the gaudy game of presidential The campaign of 1988 pro mises to be a lulu This past week saw formal an nouncements from Gary Hart of Colorado and Paul Simon of Albert Gore of Tennessee has either or announced that he would Dick Gephardt of Missouri and Bruce Babbitt of Arizona announced some time t t t t We are waiting to hear from Joe Biden of Michael Dukakis of Massachusetts and Bill Clinton of Sam Nunn of Georgia may yet come to life Charles Robb of Virginia and Bill Bradley of New Jersey have their names on the possible list Jesse L Jackson runs all the What a field Fifteen years have passed since we saw such a The big fight in 197 was between George MeGovera 3Rd Hubert but the field was crowded Ed Henry and George Wallace ran respectaWe Sam Wilbur Vance John Shirley Palsy Mink and Terry Sanjford also Fifteen ean all got pieces of toe primary The conventional wisdom is thji Gary Hart will he helped by the pro the conventional wisdom is probably rightHart clearly is the frontrunner and frontrunners generally stay thai Bjji not Robert Taft QU PwJgW in but sfflhowe r got the RjepwMc In tint same eiearty WQJJ thf in led the pack Jiujjert Jiujapjjrey walked of f with the JJ is faf Jrpnj certaJW that Hart can hold ojito his lead this lime We can expect a gwgwg up or Anybody But Hart Assume for the moment that Hart comes in first in the Iowa caucases next January Someone will have to be Paul the junior senator from made it clear last week that in this event he in tends to be Whoever is No 2 in he will have a good chance at becoming No l in New Hampshire a month later With his picture on the covers of Time and the breakaway can didate would head for Super Tues day in March with a tremendous wave of publicity Simon just might be the one to break out of the At a breakfast last week with senior cor he was asked about his political The name of Paul he is not exact ly a hoysehoio Then he add a bit and I dont ex actly look a It was a air assessment on both Simon served for 10 years in the HoMse oj Representatives from 9 dowflstatf district of lliinios before Winning his Senate seat In In the hj established a liberal record Witt scarcely a con servative in the 98th Con gress he voted only once against a favored by itoe African Civil ybfrties Be percent with the cjyji rights with tbe righttprliiers Six mom gave hjnj perfect scores in the mh On the other be rated zero to 1983 With ttog only 18 with the Chamber of only 13 with American Security The Na tional Taxpayers Union classed htm as a Big Simon himself refuses classifica tion He says he is a liberal on social a conservative on 1 fiscal issues Thats what they all say He regards the federal deficit i as the countrys No 1 problem As president he would work toward a balanced budget over a fouryear partly by restraining outgo and partly by increasing He would start with in increase of IQ cents a pack in the tax on cigaret a measure calculated to deter teenage smoking and to bring in billion a year in new His principal plank will deal with welfare He would create something akin to the old WPA Workers Progress 4dministratiOi of the by which a jojt woujd be guaranteed to any after five weeks of Sttch jobs would pay I4M month with loss ol MediciJd He reckons the cost 18 billion a Simon doesnt have to wrn about his Hj is a bit on uje owlish buj fa whs more m Ugritero Man ite M arlboro thj this njnj njonjjjg tote chances look   

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