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   Del Rio News-Herald (Newspaper) - September 22, 1984, Del Rio, Texas                                OH Rfr Texas NEWSHERALD Saturday Stfttmter People NewiHerild photo by Karen Gleiion Teofilo Briones with the sides of beef he inspects Meet Teofilo Briones By KAREN GLEASON NewsHerald Writer Teofilo Briones is a man who loves his work and a lot of people would say that its the kind of work youd have to love to stay in it Briones 39 is a Texas Depart ment of Health meat inspector He is the inspector in charge at yhion Slaughter 1000 Plaza Ave Briones is the man who makes sure the steaks and other meats that find their way to the con sumers tables are edible diseaseand dirtfree Most people have no idea of the responsibility said Briones who has been in the business some 18 years He started working at a packing house and watched its meat in spector doing a service most people dont even think Briones inspection start while the beef veal and pork is still on the the minute it is loaded into Unions pens He makes periodic checks from the time the animals are slaughtered to the time the meat is cut packag ed and sold to customers I make sure the meat comes from a healthy animal first of all I inspect them while they are Continued From Page 1 21yard strike to Mike Beasley for the final touchdown in the fourth period The Rams got good defensive play from noseguard Rudy Ar redondo and Hays at end Uvaldes defense was superb in forcing six Del Rio fumbles and keeping the Rams in their own fend of the field most of the night I Outstanding defenders for the poyotes were 200pound guard Arredondo 178pound poseguard Rayne Hobbs 175pound linebacker Cliff Han eon and 195pound linebacker Havarro Halfback Robert Guitan aided Uvaldes rushing attack with 29 in the pens Then I do a check after they have been slaughtered I look at the organs lymphatic system and he said But in addition checking the meat itself Briones also makes sure Union maintains sanitary conditions He even makes sure the paper and plastic used to package the processed meat is clean and up to standard Even the soap everyone uses to wash their hands has to be ac ceptable by the he said Briones even makes sure visitors inside the plant wear regulation headgear to protect them should they fall Briones has been the meat in spector at Union for three years Briones admits that his posi tions could lead to occasional confrontations with the employees but says he main tains good relations with everyone in Unions employ Everyone resents it when you tell them what to do so when a problem comes up I deal mainly with the he says I love Briones says of his work I dont make that much money so thats not the reason Im doing USPS 151700 A HarteHanks Communication newspaper The Del Rio NewsHerald is published daily Monday through Friday after noons and Saturday and Sunday mornings The newspapers address is Drawer 4020 Del Rio Texas 78841 Second class postage paid at Del Rio Texas Home delivery One month 6 months 1 year Out of town One month months 1 year Subscription due prior to start of delivery Payments may be mStod toTe an S Main St Del Rio Subscriptions may be made bv calling 7751551 If you do not receive your paper by Mon hSuS by Vm Saturday or Sunday call 7751551 and well bring it to you News and advertwing copy and photographs submitted to this newspaper for publication become the property of the NewsHertla For m and 5 NATIONAL 7744411 W WIW1 PubliUwr fllfi TwiUHerg Managing Editor Diana OgMttoi ew Cotonw Prodwtion Director Terry uu Wrwtar IM Miguel Classified Oetore Ailaciite BditOM Jo Fleetwaod May CHy Editor Dewej Mtt wS Guys TV Week Wtvto Wefcer Reagan studies proposal if Soviets agree to talks WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Reagan is weighing new proposals to put on the table if the Soviet Union agrees to reopen negotiations on nuclear weapons but he will not slow the installa tion of missiles in Western Europe as a concession top ad ministration officials say Reagan will begin the effort to revive the suspended talks in a speech Monday to the United Na tions General Assembly In it he intends to signal his willingness to reverse the long decline in relations beginning with a prompt resumption of the stalled weapons talks the sources said Meanwhile Reagan told reporters Friday that among op tions he had under consideration was proposing a series of summit meetings with Soviet President Konstantin U Chernenko Were exploring a lot of he said as he met with Arthur Hartman the am bassador to Moscow Were ex ploring a lot of alternatives for ourselves to determine what we think is In interviews this week of ficials predicted the negotiations could resume by January Were ready to go sooner if theyre one said but we dont have any sign yet that they While Reagan will not lay down a specific formula in the speech he is considering a bag of flexi ble policies from which to deal constructively with the Soviet a senior official said The official who spoke on con dition he not be quoted by name stressed Reagan would not use the proposals as an inducement to reopen talks but we will be ready when those talks Another official Kenneth Adelman the arms control agen cy chief said we are going to make it as easy as we possibly can in our power for the Soviets to get back to real But Adelman said missiles already in Europe would not be withdrawn to coax the Soviets back to the table thats a nonstarter nor would the deployment schedule be slowed down The new proposals deal both with the positions taken by the United States in the unsuccessful effort to reduce weapons on both sides and the process itself Principal among them is a facesaving formula for the Soviets to get around their vow not to reopen talks on intermediaterange missiles unless missiles in Britain Italy and West Germany are withdrawn The strategy evolving from a yearlong review by key presidential advisers is to pro pose reopening negotiations on strategic weapons and gradually expand them to include Euromissiles whose deployment led to a breakdown in the talks last December Whats Happening TODAY ATTEND WORSHIP SERVICES OF YOUR CHOICE Texas Firemens Convention 9 registration Civic Center Clay Weed Memorial Cancer Fund Trust garage sale 9 1500 Avenue J Antique Show 10 Uvalde Civic Center E Mam St Fort Clark Historical Society 2 members lounge Las Moras Inn Brackettville Malaki Shrine Club meeting 7 Masonic Hall A Road Runners Square Dance Club 8 Chihuahua Neighborhood The Upstagers Old Quarry Amphitheatre at Fort Clark Brackettville National Park Service program Desert Plant Gover nors Landing Lake Amistad SUNDAY ATTEND WORSHIP SERVICES OF YOUR CHOICE Texas Firemens Convention continues Civic Center Antique Show noon6 Uvalde Civic Center E Main St Castro Garden Club pioneer homes pilgrimage 16 Castroville National Marionette Theatre presentation Grand Opera House Uvalde u First Presbyterian Youth Fellowship at the church Viewpoint Continued From Page IB have one Reglna Marshall Sounds great If its anything like the 28yearold who won in the Chicago lottery I think it would be wonderful I wish Id won I wonder what he did with his money Hes still spending it Im Ron Brown I dont know Anytime you bring some money into the state its going to benefit it Id probably Richard Martinez I guess it would be alright Everybody else has them like everyone has a chance to get some money I have no problem with the moral issues I dont see anything wrong with it Betty Murray I guess its working every place I wouldnt mind if there was one here To each his yards in six carries The Coyotes had to go less than 50 yards on each of their first three touchdowns after which Beasley kicked the extra point Hernandez opened the scoring with a nineyard burst early in the first quarter and before it ended Sanchez had scored from the three for a 140 edge For all practical purposes the Rams were left for dead when Hernandez bolted 28 yards for the third touchdown and a 210 lead The Rams held the Coyotes scoreless until Richburg hit Beasley from 21 yards out in the final quarter GrammDoggett debate in doubt HarteHanks Austin Bureau AUSTIN A dispute over the wording of the final agreement put a planned debate between Senate candidates Lloyd Doggett and Phil Gramm in doubt Friday afternoon The proposed debate the first of the campaign and only one of two planned before the Nov 6 election was scheduled for 8 Friday Sept 28 at public television station KAMU at Col lege Station After a conference call with staff representatives of both can didates late Friday morning debate sponsors announced that an agreement had been reached on the format for the hourlong telecast When the written proposal was presented to him Friday after noon however Gramms state campaign chairman Richard McBride said a part of it was dif ferent from his understanding of the verbal agreement He drafted a new section that specifically prohibited any followup questions by the moderator during a time when the moderator would be question ing the candidates Followup questions normally are used to seek further comment or clarification on a previous answer Spokesmen for the Doggett campaign said the original writ ten proposal from the sponsors followed their understanding of the mornings verbal agreement They refused to accept the change written by McBride Debate sponsors KAMU and the Association of BryanCollege Station Journalists were trying to work out an agreement Friday night The only other debate agreed upon so far is Oct 18 at television station KERA in Dallas None hunt in Beaumont twister BEAUMONT AP A tornado touched down in a commercial section of northern Beaumont Friday evening but officials said there were no reports of injuries A Beaumont police spokesman said the tornado which touched down at CDT apparently hit a credit bureau building along Interstate 10 in north Beaumont Officials in tne emergency room at St Hospital the hospital closest to the scene of the tornado said1 no one had been brought into the emergency room by COT Power anei fell and police said streets in the area were blocked off Authorities said several traffic accidents occurred but they did not know how many accidents or whether there were any injuries The Blotter Accident Stephen Lee Pearce of San Angelo and Barbara Frazier Howard 219 Park were traveling north on Pecan Street when Pearces vehicle attempted to pass and the vehicles were in collision about 11 Friday according to police reports Damage was estimated at less than Burglary of a Vehicle Gerald D Lackey of Hobbs Continued From Page 1 premises were a health hazard The two mediumsized dogs were captured and loaded into the health departments truck Ornelas also ordered Karp to clean the storage shed out by Monday and Smith said he will file a complaint and on reported that a purse with contents valued at was taken from his motor home while it was parked on the 2000 block of Avenue F on Friday between 1 and Burglary of a Building William W Barnes IV 800 W 10th reported to the police that a Lawnboy selfpropelled power motor valued at was taken from his garage between 10 Thursday and 7 Friday eviction proceedings against his tenant City Administrative Assistant Joe Sosa said unless Karp redeems the dogs they will be put up for adoption He added the citys health inspector is being asked to take a look at the shed Weekend Partly cloudy HIGH Near 90 LOW near 60 Partly cloudy today and Sunday Winds out of the southwest at 10 to 15 miles per hour today FOR THE RECORD High Friday 90 degrees normal high or this time of the year also 90 degrees Record high temperature for today Sept set in 1946 Record low for the date 55 set in 1918 tied in 1975 and 1983 RAINFALL Rainfall thus far this month inches since the first of the year inches Normal rainfall for the period is inches the current reading is inches below normal AMISTAD REPORT Amistad elevation was depth of the water at Amistad Dam was feet Water storage was acre feet and water surface measured acres Flow was cubic feet per second TEXAS TEMPERATURES Friday Lowest temperature last 18 hours Highest temperature last 12 hours Precipitation for the 24 hours ending at 7 p m City Lo Hi Prc Abilene 64 76 00 Alice 80 II Alpine 51 85 00 Amarillo 54 BO 00 Austin 65 76 14 Beaumont Port Arthur 72 76 35 Beevllle 69 84 15 Brownsville 71 84 00 College Station 49 76 16 Childress 63 82 00 Corpus Christ 69 80 00 Dalhart 52 82 00 Dallas 71 82 00 Del Rio 65 88 00 El Paso 52 90 00 Fort Worth 68 83 00 Galveston 70 80 1 47 Hondo Houston Junction Ktngsville Laredo Longview Lubbock Lulkin Maria McAllen Midland Odessa Palacios Presidio San Angelo San Antonio Shreveport Stephenville Texarkana Victoria Waco Wichita Falls WinK La 65 80 70 80 63 71 70 81 70 84 66 73 54 83 67 75 43 86 70 87 59 84 71 84 54 95 56 82 66 77 65 73 64 78 62 76 71 83 66 82 64 84 61 66 NATIONAL TEMPERATURES Friday Temperatures indicate previous days high and overnight low to 7 CDT Clly Albany Albuquerque 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