New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 10, 1982

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 10, 1982

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 10, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas me By HENRY KRAUSSE Stiff writer Robert president of Texas Commerce BankNew was appointed to the New Braunfcls Utilitiea Board of Trustees by City Council Mayor Stratemanri added his vote to those of Council members Gerald Donnie Seay and Laverne Eberhard to give Orr a Council members Max Winkler and Barbara Tieken cast their votes for Gerald president of New BraunfelS Savings and Loan and Council member Joe Rogers nominated and voted for George a former i T luOH WfifrthtA appoints Orr to Utilities Board Orr will replace Bill who died July 14 of a heart While the Utilities appointment was the major item of business at Mondays special council it wasnt the only On the heels of a new city or dinance changing health card a threehour sanitation workshop for food workers will begin Tuesday at the City Health Office at 705 Comal Council approved an emergency ordinance requiring the which will be taught by the City County Nurse and City Sanitarian Rick The ordinance removes a tubur culosis skin test from the food handlers certificate but City Health Officer Jack Bergfeld said hed pursue other ways of keeping the testing program a going 1 cant let 30 years of TB control go down the Bergfeld Everyone who works with food bakers and produce handlers as well as restaurant employees and supervisors must City roundup have a health But volunteers working temporary food booths at the County Fair or WUrstfest wont need Chairmen of benevolent of non profit organizations serving food on a temporary basis will get an in formation package and be respon sible volunteers compliance With the sanitation Nobody is supposed to be working with food right now without a health This will be a with just the requirements But it will certainly be Lane said in an Bergfeld liked the ordinance because it gives it some Without we cartt do The workshop will be held every Tuesday from 9 to noon and every Thursday from 2 to 5 Anybody and everybody is but the the food handlers are the ones well cater The doors will close when the course starts so nobody misses Lane The nurse will teach the first half of the on personal and Lane will handle the second dealing with food Lane estimated there were 180 restaurant facilities of some type or another within the city Forty skin tests were administered yesterday and the TB testing is scheduled to finish Bergfeld is looking for a way to See Page 14 New Braunffels New Texas TUESDAY August 25 cents 91 156 14 Pages USPS 377880 Campy pose Paul Padilla poses inside an imitation television set to demonstrate that TV Today will be one of the topics discussed at a summer day camp The camp Staff photo by John Senter will be held in conjunction with several local organizations and Trinity Related Story and Page County earmarks funds for hew jail employees By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer Salaries for a new county jail full time and parttime jail cook and two jailers will take approximately from county But no matter what the Commissioners Court will soon have to hire these additional em ployees according to an outofcourt settlement agreed upon two weeks The settlement was a result of a federal suit brought against the county by former county jail inmate Robert who claimed living con ditions in the jail were who orginally was asking for in also claimed inmates did not receive proper meals or medical The main stipulation of the in which Delgado agreed to drop his charges and monetary claims against the was that a new county jail be constructed and ready for occupancy no than August of But until the new jail can be com missioners are required to make immediate changes in the present jail system such as hiring the additional County Auditor Bate Bond told commissioners Monday that the it would cost to hire these employees would be transferee from the countys 1981 surplus funds to the amended after meeting in closed session with Sheriff Walter Fellers last authorised Bond to begin advertising for the new jail em ployees Also after this they requested that Bond prepare a salary recommendation for the new As soon as the court has reviewed the job ap Bond expects that the new employees will be immediately Weve got to hire them according to the agreement that commissioners said Bond We have to have these people jail employees to implement this Also commissioners heard from County Roads Administrator Bodo Dietert that ap proximately in state lateral road funds has been spent thiis far this These state funds are allocated to counties for the construction and improvement of county Dietert told commissioners that of the total in lateral road funds allocated to Comal County in had been used on the improvement of Watson Lane east and west and River It has not been decided how the remaining portion of 1981 funds will be His annual report on how the county spent its 1981 lateral road funds was required by the Dietert explained to In other business commissioners See Page 14 Israeli planes attack Syrian missiles By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Israel sent warplanes on raids against guerrilla targets in west Beirut today and said its jets attacked Syrian missile batteries in eastern Lebanon after Menachem Begins government approved in principle plans to evacuate the but demanded The Tel Aviv command said warplanes knocked out a battery of Syrian SAM9 antiaircraft missiles that had been moved into Lebanons eastern Bekaa Valley despite Israels insistence that the area be empty of such third announced since it agreed to a ceasefire with Syria June The state of Israel stands by its decision not to permit the Syrians to move groundtoair missile batteries into the Lebanon the Tel Aviv command Israeli warplanes also attacked Palestinian guerrilla positions in the Bourj elBarajneh refugee camp south of Beirut following what the Tel Aviv command called repeated ceasefire violations by the It said Bourj elBarajrieh was Virtually empty of civilian occupants and had become a guerrilla The com munique accused the guerrillas of harassing Israeli troops with bazooka and lightarms All planes returned it The air assaults began 2 8 EOT at the rate of almost one bombing sortie a drawing frre Palestine Liberation Organization bat The Bourj elBarajneh Palestinian refugee camp and its approaches on Beiruts southern edge took the brunt of the first air Lebanons state and privately owned radios Jets later divebombed the Fakhani neighborhood that houses Arafats command headquarters as well as the nearby the Bir Hassan residential neighborhood along the coast and the main traffic circle on the highway to the Associated Press correspondent Earleen watching from the rooftop of the APs west Beirut saw 11 planes attacking in 23 shrouding the Fakhani neighborhood in a haze of smoke The air the second in two shattered a sixhour lull that prevailed after nightlong exchanges of intermittent artillery fire bejtweenHsraeli and PLO forces on Beiruts southern and eastern Israel has insisted since it invaded Lebanon June 6 to crush the guerrillas that it would increase military pressure at the same time it negotiates for a PLO Parks board to mull litter control proposals Inside Shocking discovery Taking a July 26 City Council discussion on litter control to Council member Barbara Tieken returned Monday with a list of Council agreed to forward most of the ideas to the Parks and Recreation Advisory since they wouldnt go into effect until next A report that the citys two Park Rangers go off duty at 3 prompted a request that they stay a Parks Department spokesman said Tuesday at least one them stays on the job until 8 Tieken suggested the city employ river monitors to patrol the Comal River above the tube chute in Prince Solms Park to deter tubers from chunking their cans out before they go through the She urged the city to place trash cans at two public tuber exits at the river Council member Donnie Seay said dumpproof cans could be Tieken said the city should See Page 14 Some people are just plain ignorant of the essentials of Editor Robert Johnson found out Page 10 10 3 10 4 67 14 TV 10 3 Chutevisitorscars hurting Dittlinger Mill Frank Stolinski request Parked cars on Gilbert Street have blocked railroad service to Dittlinger Roller Mills on forcing the flour mills management to cut production and lay off City Council Monday discussed selling the littleused street to the which owns property on both sides of it in a twoblock area between San Antonio Street and Bridge Also in the at the end of Mill is Prince Solms Park and its tube whose visitors regularly park their cars next to the Council toyed with the idea of letting the mill put up cable barriers on weekends to keep the cars but decided to instruct the city manager to look into aban doning it and selling it to Dit tlingers Frank assistant manager at the said the autos park on both sides of the road within a foot or two of the Engineers of the MissouriKansas Texas Railroad dont even bother to negotiate the track on he As soon as they see those they back Stolinski Nobody uses that street except people who use the tube Im not trying to take anything away from the But theres no way for fire engines to get in and Mill Street is just as Stolinski said the parking situation was depriving workers of a General Manager Jack Rew confirmed the cutbacks in a telephone interview saying the mill was losing productivity because theres no way the trains can switch on Pew said the mill would like to be able to more or less control what goes on on that and the sale would be a whole lot easier for The if sold to the would go on the tax Council members liked The last time I used that street was when I was 15 years and I thought I was getting away with Mayor Skip Stratemann See Page 14 ;