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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels March 3A Soft touch CISD PHOTO Susan Altum gets a big hug from a soft sculpture doll on display in the art room at Frazier Elementary during open house this All Comal ISO schools are marking Public Schools Week this week with special Susan is the daughter of and Charles The dolls were created by students of Rosemarie Paperwork snarls food giveaways The rules on receiving emergency food assistance have changed as of January 1 and many people still have not filled out their eligibility a spokesman for Community Council of South Texas About 80 percent of our recipients have been qualified under the new When the new order came our employees got on the phone and started calling the Louis executive director of the community Not all clients have and some found out about the new regulations when they showed up to receive The council is a nonprofit organization that delivers various human services to at least 10 rural counties including Comal and Guadalupe in South The income level for receiving the emergency food has changed The old regulation allowed a family to subtract its medical bills from The new regulations do But on the income level for those over medical bills are figured into the numbers so the qualifying in come levels are higher for the They have changed the program to target the elderly on food Ramirez The income level on other programs have not changed The participants reflect this In December of last 403 households participated which in cluded At the end of the number of households increased to but the number of people dropped to These num bers reflect a larger number of Ramirez because their households are The council received the federal contract several years ago through Alamo Area Council of Governments to distribute the Department of Agriculture commodities dried butter and flour as well as the donated grapefruit and Other charitable organizations give out donated food In the regulations on distributing the donated food were almost Many charitable organizations that give out donated food to the needy simply kept a name and address of each Because they worked with the the workers knew many of the family circumstances and knew who needed the Now the federal government decided that even though the food comes from a private more complete records need to be Starting all recipients of emergency no matter whether its source was government surplus or private would have to fill out a profile once a establishing their Then each month when the person came to pick up they would sign a statement that no in formation on the application had For people who received their food by giving their name and the new forms were confusing and caused some misunderstandings and We would prefer not to have to do all this paperwork either on the donated Remember the Reduction in Paper Act that the Reagan administration pushed through saying that they wanted less fewer all that has happened is they have shifted the paper They just require it of contracting agen cies or the states to fill out the Ramirez The executive director also said a lot of staff time is spent in documenting every loaf of bread given which seemed a lot of work to catch the very few and seldom We have a reduction in staff because of the federal so that we are down to a few fulltime workers and a lot of what was being done by workers is now done by Ramirez Volunteers were mainly used to get the food but the paper work of getting clients recertified had to be done by the few paid the executive director People who gave the whether it is a food store a group of citrus growers or want the food to go to the We do have to establish that the person receiving it has a James program defended the new For comodities they use to have to be recertified every three So that is an When a person is an invalid or another person may pick up food for them if a form varifying this person as the recipents authorized gopher has been filled LILLIAN THOMAS Water worries Edwards Comal residents question pipeline project By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer A definite decision about the exact route of the AllAmerican Pipeline has still not been the crude oil pipeline project manager told the Ed wards Underground Water District board meeting Tuesday Ron the project knew the approximate number 19 of rightofway agreements already filed on the Freeport McCamey proposed route that will go through Comal County over the Edwards Aquifer recharge but could not say whether any rightofways had been bought along any other Information about the other five alternatives was next to except the Rancho Pipeline which the company studied as a possible crude oil transmission line with the addition of heater stations and insolation to the projected costs for the return on their investment they would not own this pipeline discouraged the company from this and appeared to have already been The 30inch proposed heated pipeline route from Santa to Texas through Stocks NEW YORK AP Morning stocks High AMR Corp AmerCan Ameritech AMIInc Am Motors AmStand Amer Armcolnc AtlRichfld BancTexas BellAtlan BellSouth s Beth 41 51 81 22 3 21 9 49V8 83 V4 50 80 22 3 33 4 21 9 48 4V4 82 36 40 51 81 22 3 33 21 9 48 4 83 36 K mart KrogerCo LTV Corp Litton Ind LoneSta Ind Lowes MCorp MayDSt s Medtronic Mobil Monsanto s Motorola s 35 40 10 67 23 28 23 45 31 30 44 V4 32 35 40 10V4 67 23 28 23 45 31 43 32 35 40 10 67 23 28 23 45 31 29 44V4 32 56 CaterpTr Centel Chevron Chrysler CocaCola Coleman ComlMetl DiamShm DowChem Dressrlnd East Kodak Enserch Entexlnc Exxon FedlCo Firestone FtBcpTex FordMot GAF Corp GTE Corp GnDynam GenElec Gen Food Gen Motors GnMotr E n Goodrich Goodyear GtAtlPac Haliburtn Holiday Inn Houstlnd HughesTl Interfst IBM Intl Harv Int Paper 41 344 34 65 31 Va 17 18 2934 21 14 69 27 18 50 35 18 15 44 293i 44 76 62 79 66 1 4 28 27 16 31L4 50 22 15 12 132 10 41 34 34 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district board and staff were concenred with getting information in two areas why this route had been chosen and what safety features would be added to protect the Craig Comal County board asked if the company would allow the board to see their once the definite route has been apparently taking on face value Hinns statement that the route had not been However after the meeting Hollmig said that he did not believe the company was laying its cards on the table and that the route through Comal County was actually the preferred The board members suggested possible ways to decrease the possibility of an oil spill getting in the aquifer such as using clay as backfill that would keep the oil from absorbing in the ground and adding more block valves over the recharge In the EIS Environmental Impact Statement you give only the McCamey to Freeport alter If it is an alternative with other why did they not get into the impact statement Tom general manager of the water Hinn explained that when the company had to give something as a possible route between Mc Camey and Freeport the executives just drew a straight line between the two the choice seems to be much more deliberate than he was willing to say because the straight line follows a gas line which will provide a source of fuel for the heating The five alternatives mentioned besides the Rancho pipeline would all follow a gas rather than a crude oil but the others would go to Mark Harmon of New Braunfels asked the water district board if it was able to stop the and the answer was Can anyone stop the pipeline Harmon Not to my Fox David a landowner in the Beck Ranch read a statement from the Beck Ranch Landowners Association that opposed the pipelines crossing the recharge no matter what safety guarantees were made or money offered for the Austin man hurt in crash A onecar collision on IH 35 near Solms Road sent an Austin man to the hospital Friday when he crashed into sand barrels and a concrete Vernon of Austin apparently fell 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