New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 29, 1987, Page 5

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung December 29, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 29, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Briefly Special committee to study education Al STIN \F Jamie Clements. general counsel for Scott and White Medical Center in Temple will head a special committee to study the state s medical and dental **ducation systems The Legislature created the Special Committee on Post Seton dar\ Medical, Ikmtal and Allied Health Education upon the recom mendation of the Select Committee on Higher Education The appointment of Clements former Temple mayor and three term state House member was an Mounted by l.t tiov Bill Hobby and House Shaker (lib Lewis Barrientos files for re election Al s| is \f sot! Don/alo Bar t rntos |» Austin has filed for re • lection to the District 14 seat i« presenting H iys and Travis coun I ICS Bart lentos was elected tit the v*!..d** in IW4 afater serving lo vt.Jr" in the House of Represen Mattox files suit aqamst companies Al ''IIN AF Attorney (rerwral ti Mattox said he ha* filed lawsuits against two companies for allegedly * ailing to pay wages Jo their emphnee* at least semimonthly as n*quired by state law tine sviit aas filet! against Rutty * ’avIla and Austin Private seeunix staiists Int of Austin arni the * her was filed against okina Moi.ago arvti B g Tex Pried tTut k**r, ;•'* of Houston Mattox said Monday Mattox said he foeti a similar sud >; .na g against Penny Roach anti National Marketing Int of * aft g< x err. rn en I duplex ees are .at! ante a month Pat Robards s;st .ult attorney general said the slate tnidget m»|s out paydays for ait workers in a provision * .pfreeding the law requiring Berchelmann to seek appellate bench vt*ft** |I4\ d| fwHTa?flNlNlflfl J f pf ^ A‘• a pa t his I *•' filing fee MTelevision Log TUESDAY December 29 [2] USA usa nm DI a USAT • A/Monto DIO KM CR. 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I uh* ‘,1 d ■ „r g'eatev f si f .r» ss among inerds s' d fam.lx Alto born on this bate p't An dr#* Johnson U S president Jon VOtght end M|'^ Tyler Moore actors tht cor rex pe nang ( ar agr a; * Let WEDNESDAY DEC JC I A PHK ORS IN** Jan lf I* X’ cr firs* todax I accommodate s me *• n re important than sou' s* , ‘ A • It ; ras* and x . a.n< Awl AHII s J*n :« i rh I* A w it.ax J.r x »ria if grate* • im pressed t *da. a if * r e -*• xuu had r*4t\ t * rn* * r* ■* * * j scut ** v ♦ v J nu f ai r > ow* r . PIM Es J- rh lf XI art ti 2 <3 A> ur sympathies rnu change today as a resui; of unexp* ted circumstances You find yours*-;; surrounded by new allies ARIES (March    2i April    lf    A u m-** be sure to keep business plea *ure ar! platies separate bu’ equa. today There is ample time f r each TAI Bt s *pri! 20-Max 20 T da. is the dax ti make tha1 bid for s mething new It will carrx vou sue-«essfullx int. the- new vear ».h MINI NI a .    ll Jan.    21    You r ax find x urs«j .axmg    p*-.« *    a cep er a* rn• a*-!    .*■ th* w    ra. p.a    *- t Dear Abby Groom s Late Legal Maneuver Is Suspect to Parents of Bride DEAR ARBA The day la*fore our appreciate your opinion x Kam.R •rr b*'-' max make the ( ANI EK June 21 Julx 22- You' rea’.x* impulse' wti. l.ke.y over c■ me your our practical caution to dax A u '“.ak* b.g p.ahs f ' the Con. .fig ifj’ I.Et» Julx Ii Aug 22 I' is *.s sent la t *3a . that you A**ej, up w .th a. news a* q develops A u max have {< t av* a Call Usa ted TIS* A IKM' Aug 23 sepi 22 Ar yr et pee fed rewr..or todax may lead you ‘arg* '.re *4 . x w spen J x^u' N*-w Avar * ce ie bn at i* 'n LIBRA sept 2itHi 22. Dailx routine pr g-ess*** according to plan and xou are satisfied with arx unex pr* ted de .eiopments M OR Pit I Or t 2 i Sox 21 A -ut r.er orx r ax be rek.nd.e! todax bx ' methir.g x u .east ripe* ted to ca cur A nos'a.g da\ al! around N Al* ITTA K11 S Ntxv 22 lee* 2l A "dv V tempted lr misuse xour a-** '.*. * *da Refra.r lest xuu r.s* nis'* '*a' your urrent position I *♦    «.'*•* . » Vr»4 t4 U Marshall's water turned on; families returning to homes M ARSHAL! AP VA afer pump* lf IN cliv of Ma!shall were turned Im* k ofi after Hit* government s test I tfa wafer in ( addo l.*«kt* Hie M.Kjfit of *h«- i sty s drinking water Tilt* ‘es! tesu.t* were unmourned Motxiay fught a* emergen* x * re w > ’ at* ani    last    tire    afHl    lOflttnuei! repair wofk at Uh nit* of a w«*«*kt*nj *«f aliment which *» * ut red when atli weak*'San! culverts * «>ilapnn! o! Putt ip's at th* I.ik** had I *n*ii nliut off ittet a tram lolled with itM'rnicais I* falanl n.ifutdax after noun atiout fix* mi es northwest ut Marshall triggering explosion* and a fire that la,! ail. (*•*■{ into tit* air ami spilling •a mical* into a creek that eventual iX leads to< ad*to Lake Die * It X was (k)ktl to at suit in f ut * worth of water reM-rx**s Nlon tax afternoon VAa!«*r samples were fl**wn to Eort VA orth early Aforuiay afternoon ami d*.! tfioiougti ’**stirig Marshall II it - I i* wot k * director * nil Eorerder ta-jmr fist tiiat no level of cunt amma t HH) had U-en foumi I mon Pa* ifi* Railroad spoktwrnon loin I 11* m m1 of (im ahs Neb told I ta As**** lab*d Pres* earlier Mon lax that preiimmarx stu»1ies tty tile Environmental Prottntion Agency indicated unix a ti ace of chemis als in th*- w atef and no danger t lean up efforts continued Monday itiil a train loadtsi with Iie> f alls and ut ive i equipment was paiked in VAimmILiwti ready for track repairs on**- th*- remaining tank cars are t ernuv «h1 frxun the t rack I lie ti a* k won t ta* fixed until late t'uesdav at tia* earliest LaH«M>*i s«»td I hex are pulling the cars out iatr at a time and transioading the re mauling product from rail *ars to tm* ks and hauling tiw*m out He said workmen were attempting *«• extinguish the last fire w uh foam ITw train s fi»ur * few men were in Jured I Hit all walk***! away from the w te* k I mon Pa* ill* spokesman Alex lice said A brakeman was recused from Marshall Memorial Hospital and the other three crewmen st.il were in Uh- hospital for observ at avn arw1 test s iv** said Some «• residents within a mile to tim nortli and northwest ot the derail ment were evacuated primarily aas*' of threat of fire in th** heax I iv woixk-d area but only one family was kept away from tiwir frome **011 dax night officials said The water in rain swollen Drays <'r**ek and other streams in the area wa* cive* ked for contamination by chemuals leaking from the derailed c ars Th e said Drays < reek I* a tributary of Utile i x press ( reek which flows into Cad do Lak* where the city of Marshall draw* its water r BARGAIN MATINEES 4 30 TO S 30 DAU Y WALNUT 6 629-6400 BARGAIN NIGHT TUESDAY they won’t mix, daughters wadding her fiance un**xfie* t• <11\ took her ? his lawyer t< sign a prenuptial agreement that cav*- h* r n?. claim to any of his assets should they he divorced I here w»*re *»ther stipuiations relies ng him of ail financial resp*>nsibii dx for * hildren —- should there Im a xx x er told nix d:*ii*»k‘ PARENTS OI* I HF HKIDh I h auk N it DEAR PARESIS There c ould be n qu«*stion concerning th** validity of an agreement that was signed under th** nr- eumstanees vou described. Pr«*ssure. hast**, intimidation and not und«*rstandmii th** ic'* *    .* ••!    terms of the agreement could w    •    render    the agreement invalid, s’-* si*    .    *, •    A our daughter    should consult *. s'- I    .*    -    an attorney.    I    think your son* in-law took unfair advantage of 1 lh* acr*.    h**r. «    w .rk 1 nk    DEAR ABBA In a recent letter »barid    earn* tar    an Ari/ na reader added a few H*-r fathe r and -uplet* ti your dieter s prayer The t a pre ti iptial addition was in tact taken verba iii'is *fi» %i iid tim from the late Autor Bunn* * ■ *■    *    ‘    .• * I h« Kat Man    >    Pray* r which hi ar at!    rr..    v *    re. rded rn II    for an album tilled u n. ic rs?, * rid th*- Heax \ u t *    wh i    *h»    VA hilt-I doubt that any plagiarism •r deceit w.ts tnt* nded th* Arizona A* • .    _ rr. sp.,nu., nt failed t •: . r ti- n Mr s r.    u. fan? t*    Huon> and I thought it appropriate * .t    w. w. ulti    to give him hts du* credit ll* * nds h * humble album with Fetid fingered, rancid rank and frow zy. No wonder all my p**etry ii lousy ADAM STERN, LA CRESCENTA. ( ALIE IR AH MR STERN: Victor Buono was a “heavyweight” in more ways than on**. Further* more, his poetry was far from "lousy” — witness th** first few lines of his “hat Man s Prayer”: "I think that I shall never s**e ... my feet. "laird, my soul is ripped with riot “Incited by mv wicked diet. “'Ake ar** what w «* eat.* said a w is** old man. ” And. Lord, if that's true. I'rn a garbage can.” And judging from the number of letters I received, the brilliant actor/poet is well remembered. I hanks to all of you w h«r w rot** to set th** record straight. iii New Year’s Eve Bash 2nd Annual Clear Springs Cafe For only $12.50 per Person Enjoy a Evening of: •Oysters on the Half Shell • Boiled Crawfish & Shrimp •Crab    ‘Gumbo and our Famous Onion Rings •Free Set Ups & Party Favors • Free Champagne at Midnight Come Dance to the Music Provided by Stingrays 50’s & 60’s Hock e • e e • 0 « 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: December 29, 1987

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