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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 29, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas December Briefly Special committee to study education AUSTIN AP Jamie general counsel for Scott and White Medical Center in will head a special committee to study the states medical and dental education The Legislature created the Special Committee on Post Secon dary Dental and Allied Health Education upon the recom mendation of the Select Committee on Higher The appointment of former Temple mayor and three term state House was an nounced by Gov Bill Hobby and House Speaker Jib Barrientos files for reelection AUSTIN i AP Gonzalo Bar has filed for re election to the District U seat representing Hays and Travis coun ties Harnenlos was elected to the Senate in afater serving 10 years in the House of Represen tatives Mattox files suit against companies AUSTIN AP Attorney General Mattox said he has filed lawsuits against two companies or allegedly to pay wages to their employees at least as required by stale law One suit was filed against Rudy Iavila and Austin Private Security pevialists Inc of and the other was died against Okina Monago and Big Tex Fried Chicken 1m of Houston Mattox said Monday Mattux said he filed a similar suit la against Penny Roach and iXitson National Marketing Inc of Tler Stale eminent employees are once a month Pat attorney said the liudgil sets out paydays for Corkers in a provision suptTMding the law requiring Mniuiunithh payments Berchelmann to seek appellate bench At VHN Jr of San paid his UKI filing fee Mon a Republican candidate for ilcMilmg judge of the Court of Appeals Presiding Judge John union Jr has aiil he will run or reelection in onion a former San Antonio district judge has Utn on the ap court or 22 vears including 1H presiding judge Television 1 i December KSAT KENS 1 KLRN 1 CBN 9 KRRT S4A SHOW NICK LIFE WON ESPN QALA HBO Hollywood One Hapoy of Life Too Continued M Dirt t on TV Mr Andy Mr a Star Dama de 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no doubt find your greatest happiness among friends and famih Alto born on thu date are An drew president Jon Voight and Mary Tyler To see wha store nc brhdi and read the corresponding paragraph Let your star be your daih guide 30 CAPRICORN Dec 12Jan 19 IK your besi today to accommodate someone mote important than your self Aim to please and you will no doubt do so AQl ARILS Jan 20Feb You may find yourself greatly im pressed today with someone you had never met Keep your eyes and ears open PISCES Frb 19March 0 Your sympathies may change today as a result of unexpected circumstances You find yourself surrounded by new allies ARIES March 21April IS You must be sure to keep plea and politics separate but equal today There is ample time for TAURUS April 20May 20 To day is the day to make that bid for something new It will carry you suc cessfully into the new year GEMINI May 21Jiine 20 You may find yourself playing peace keep er at liome and at the work pidce day Family members may make the job difficult CANCER June 21Juh 22 Your creative impulses will likely over come your own practical caution to day You make big plans for the com ing year LEO July 22 It is es sential today that you up with all news as it develops You may have to take a calculated risk VIRGO Aug 23Sept 22 An un expected reunion today may lead you to change the way you spend your New Years celebration LIBRA Sept 23Ocl 22 Daily routine progresses according to plan and you are satisfied with any unex pected developments SCORPIO 21 Your memory may be rekindled today by something you least expected to oc cur A nostalgic day all around SAGITTARIUS 21 You may be tempted to misuse your authority fxiay Refrain lest you VOL to risk mort than your current position Loc Marshalls water turned on families returning to homes repair Al lor the city Marshall turned liaik on I lugosfnmunls test ot the in IuiMo the source o the city s drinking water slimvtti it Iniol contamination Hie UM uere amumnctxl night as inurgency crews one last firv and continued work at UKsite of a wetkend whuh occurrex when i wcakcikil culverts of Ik I limps at ihf lake had IxtMi shut off a train loaded with chemicals lrrailid Saturday afternoon about iiulis northwest of triggering explosions and a fire that shut fcKi Itit into the air and spilling i hcmicaU into a mvk that eventual ly leads to Caddo Lake riucity was down to atxut Ju hours worth of water reserves Mon day samples were flown to Fort early Monday afternoon and thorough Marshall public works director Iecil Forester iipoitfd thai no level of contamina tion had been found Inion Pacific Railroad spokesman Tom Lai loud of Omaha Neb told The Associated Press earlier Mon day that preliminary studies by the ironmenlal Protection Agency indicated only a trace of chemicals in the water and no danger tlean up efforts continued Monday and a tram loaded with rails and other equipment was parked in ready for track repairs once the remaining lank cars are removed from the The track wont be fixed until late Tuesday at the Lallood They are pulling the cars out one at a tune and transloading the re rnammg product from rail cars to trucks and hauling them out Me said workmen were attempting o extinguish the last fire with foam The train s four crewmen were in jured but all walked away from the Lnion Pacific spokesman Alex lice said A brakeman was released from Marshall Memorial and the other three crewmen still were in the hospital for observation and he said Some 50 residents within a mile to the north and northwest of the derail ment were primarily because of threat of fire in the heavi ly wooded but only one family was kept away from their home Sun clay officials said the water in ramswollen Grays Creek and other streams in the area was checked or contamination by chemicals leaking from the derailed ilrays Creek is a tributary of Little Cypress which flows into Cad do where the city of Marshall draws its water they wont Dear Abby Grooms Late Legal Maneuver Is Suspect to Parents of Bride DKAH ABHY The day before our daughters her fiance unexpectedly took her to lawyer to sign a prenuptial agreement that gave her no claim to any of his assets should they he There were other stipulations reliev ing him of all financial responsibil ity fur children should there be The lawyer told my daughter that if she didnt sign the agreement right there would be no wedding Naturally she was shocked and but be cause she iidnt want to call the wedding she signed the agree Our daughter is working but her husband earns far more than she Her father and 1 have no objections to a prenuptial but we think she should have had some time to think it over and even consult an attorney so she would at least understand the terms of the which she does dont want to our daughter is reluctant to make an issue of but we would appreciate your PARENTS OF THE BRIDE DEAR PARENTS There could be a question concerning the validity of an agreement that was signed under the cir cumstances you intimidation and not understanding the terms of the agreement could render the agreement Your daughter should consult an I think your son inlaw took unfair advantage of DEAR ABBY In a recent an Arizona reader added a few couplets to your dieters The addition in taken verba tim from the late Victor Buonos The Fat Mans which he recorded in 1971 for an album titled While I doubt that any plagiarism or deceit was the Arizona correspondent failed to mention Mr and I thought it appropriate to give him his due He ends humble album with rank and No wonder all my poetry is j ADAM LA CALIR DEAR STERN Victor Buono was a heavyweight in more ways than his poetry was far from lousy witness the first few lines of his Fat Mans I think that I shall never see my my soul is ripped with riot Incited by my wicked i We are what we said a wise old if thats Iml a garbage And judging from the numbers of letters I the brild liant is well rememi Thanks to all of you who wrote to set the record New 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