New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 1, 1987, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 01, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 1, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Rancher, company reach settlement in death of bull BAY CITY (AF A Matagorda County rancher will receive $3 3 million from Maxus Energy Corp to settle a 6-year old dispute o\er the death of a prize bull attorneys say The settlement reached after a month of talks by attorneys for Dallas based Maxus and rancher Dan Wendt halted a retrial in the dispute that seas scheduled to begin Monday lf a settlement not been reached Wendt's lawyers and aitornoys for Maxus and Medina \ alley Artificial Insemination Inc would have met in court for a third time over who is to blame for the inhi death of Wendt s prize Santa (iertrudis bull named ‘Superman 1024 In December 1NH4 a state district court jury awarded Wendt in i million in the case An appeals court overturned the decision in Xugust 11W6 ruling that jurors were im properly selected and a retrial was ordered The large 19H4 jury award enhanc ed Matagorda County s reputation as a tort suit gold mine attorney * said Maxus spokeswoman Clinger shearbum said Monday the company agreed to the settlement to avoid further risk of litigation in Matagor da County bul declined to elaborate Maxus tnsurors would pay three fourths of the $ I million settlement shearbum "aid Maxus Corp form ed in April formerly was the ex pioration amt production unit of Du mood Shamrock Corp Wendt had claimed a pesticide manufa* tured hy F etmenta then a Diamond Shamrock subsidiary aused the bull s death while st was stabled at Medina \ alley facilities Wendt s "Ult alleged that a Medina Valley worker sprayed the bull im properly with the pesticide* and that Maxu" did nut properly label the deadls substance Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels ’’exas Tuesday December1 1987 Page 9 Television Log TUESDAY December 1 12) USA USA sal (31© KSAT S Antonio [4)0 KMOL S Antonio (SJO KENS S Antonio (6)0 KLRN S Anton. 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Though Wet-., yet reached Medina V alley Atavus restive aw attic sa. O W enc : share ages I la avers r "ettlemer e settlement w r entire ST mill ’.age* angina mil settles Max $: . million m the i ase We ■ not a ith pie^*e it; ii m* pe pie a;; or tne time and v st >u. f n« t tr . Instead vet must strive to p.ea*« yourself Also bom on tb s date a's Ma'y Martin actraaa atar O' th# musical stags Woody Allan actor COen*d>an T "e* <a' *• ;* ,r st re f * v u t r* *r a find v- yr birthday and read ■'**; ‘ d.' * pa'agrap* Le* "a • gi..d* The art lf H (Al in MT puny aas held 15 peri* for the ll j mu.ton sn a originally awarded Wendt aryl his .* Huehner ta*th said rte continue wtth Medina ling their port ion of th* I bet tex e I am a oui dr. t have set!,eel WEDNESDAY 9» A<#ITT ARII s V u max has DEC 2 Nu* Dr* the >rnrv .images Bert thatti>ns will ai.ev regar ase t* Arn t or J ^ efklt Mid I APR It ORS r en wf.le' a I * ma v de v e De ID rules th order ess todav Jan It agi • I    quae I veelure SWI AKU lose Sh a; ’lend ar * Jaa IO Feb ll aa* Vi .r neeli iftv I (MIR Jttfir ll Jttlv II A prolonged period of frustration hard ship and ever regression i* reversed A u beg r. ti p* npe* aga;r LF»* Jab Ii Au* II Recent planning paw off todav as the chip* beg.r ; fa jus where vox, had hoped I* * a g d dav and one tc remember AIRM* Asg ll sept II Team a and deadline* are featured Stu de-ta —.av w.sr t get a head start on end *f term Assignment* LIBRA Sept licit II * mem be - of the opposite se* mav have >• u changing vt p.ans today — po* Ubly aga.nv v ur w,!l Know your position m (IRPb» un ll \ov Ii Yuu mav find v curved ir a race agams* time todav But dor t .et the qual.tv of vow* w r» suffer a fc J* 1 m » « 'it. a j Jt ted err teal .-s vc®r w *■ ever VS*' v Fallout from immigration reform several years ahead-farm official HHBixK AI* Texas farme effe* t of the mmigratU'f reform years hut when thev Its it ii t«r s af Air shortages a rvaftor.a farm bi A? the Texas Farm Bureau c ('hue k F ie lets assistant director ol th** A men* ar* Farm Bureau Fe* si® h farm lobor issues a* smmi| tailor law v vitiation .awsuits Fields warned farttiers that th ahu h in* lude* a spiN tai legaiu agric ulturai workers will ta- en?* program ha* later leadline* it n . Texas feels its full brunt thev re going to conv of some of you et tv stiff Mena it ten both law for about t w n the form of {arn jreauofficial says invention Monday national affairs fix feral ion address* grafter reform ar. I* immigration law ation program foi if I ed Because tha farmers ea*h year in imong farm worker* "rn f.»T i Hut then example* PMM out herr ere are im >r not doing the pap i iou employ for a aryl for eat h illegal ai ten v ny ire knowingly F leid* said He also decried what fie (allect the harassment of farmers by Legal yen ices x orp which prov ide* rg.u t t*ur\M*l to low try urn* rura. resident* under the auspices of T ex a* Bura! I egal A d Im It * become or>e of the real thorns in the side of agt ituiture particularly agriculture employers in this country lie said Thev re interested in their usti liberal left wing agenda of trying to change the political aryl economic *v stem in this country Rural la'g.ti Aid lawvers file hundreds of lawsuit* for tabor .aw Mutations agad an effort to force unionuatw F ie ids said He said the American F arm Bureau Federation sup ports efforts by Texas ber. Phil Gramm to introduce legislation that would cut funding for many of the Rura, U-gal Aid support centers in rural areas F cid* saki that to avoid such suits farmers need to ftvome better informed alinit labor law* and should start a na*.lot.a. clearinghouse for information alinit labor suit* filed against agricultural employ em The convention* approximately l.l« *lelegate* were scheduled to vote today on several resolution.* for inclusion in the group * l*wo* policy hook including a proposal that the state agriculture commissioner tie appointed by the governor A lot of our [*ee»ple feel a* though the role of the agriculture commissioner is to v arrv out regulations and not initiate policy said Texas Farm Bureau President * M True a Plainview producer of cotton grain sorghum soybeans and wheat Policy making functions should ie left to groups such a* Hie F arm Bureau True said Mondav The T ex as F arm Bureau had originally supported the elts ted position of agriculture commissioner Bul the high profile tenure of current commissioner Jim Hightower has angered some farmers Hie resolution c alls for the appointee to t»e filled by a person with agricultural interests Gifts, offers pour in for infant found with bodies K ANSAS CUA Kan AP Gifts and offers of a new home have poured in for a IT month-old girl found alone except for the family dog wet* iv* after her parents and infant sister died at their home officials said One .adv wanted the dog and the child po*tee Officer Donald Ash said sn* 4ijn i think the bond that had formed atween them should be broken The grandparents of Linda M Cox say they wt.: seek joint custody of the girl who authorities say apparently lived on potato chips and water from the toilet for two to three week* .she wa* in good condition Monday at Bethanv Medical Center The bodies of Matthew A Madi if* and Angela J Cox. I? were found Friday near guns in the living room F*ollce suspect that Madl who had been distraught over financial problems killed Cox then himself Autopsies showed the couple had died from single bullet wounds to the bead about two to three weeks before the lindies were found Three month old Amber D Cox died of dehydra Don sometime later while strapped in a child s seat in a bedroom Make the holidays brighter, make a taxdeductible contribution to the Herald-Zeitung Cheer Fund to provide 200 families with Christmas dinner ALL STAR GLASSCO. Inc. Saved Us $50 on our insurance deductible tor a replacement windshield and all we had to do was brine rn this coupon Save $M off ' - - your insurance deductible    fi?Q.Q7R0 with any replacement    IOU windshield    New    Braunfels Limit one coupon per customer    899-3834 Kxpires Jan 3i, iFM8 _Canyon Lake DO YOU HAVE MILD TO MODERATE ASTHMA? If so. we need volunteers to partici-pate in a FDA approved clinical study for a new asthma medication. 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