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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 3, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Editor and Publisher aim Managing Editor Ajttil Forum POLICY ThetieraidZeitung welcomes Ail letters should be sign ed and include an address or telephone the newspaper reserves the right to Letters should be sent to New Braunfels tteraldZeitungt Drawer New Braunfelsy Texas or brought to our offices at The grapes of wrath Dear editor On March my husband and I arid our children Were doing our weekly grocery shopping at as we have done for the past several Since they open We had shopped a few when we were apprehended by the store Robert after a slight accus ed us of eating grapes before pur chasing Shocked at such an ac we replied that we were chewing not eating Our own riding in the however probably consumed 4 or 5 and we apologized profusely and offered to pay for The manager continued to berate us in front of our other customers and He states he had witnesses who had seen us consuming the Although humiliated and we continued our filling two carts and moved to the checkout There we asked for Wade so that we could settle the grape situation and asked to bring forth his At this unkind words were exchanged bet ween but not an apology on Wades We are disappointed with Krogers as reflected by and have written him Although avid Kroger shoppers for we will no longer set foot within the and wish to advise our friends of the manner in which we were we wanted the community to know the type of attitude exhibited by the Name withheld Double standards To the Fellow 1 am tired of the 4 double presented by 1 current longstanding ol council concerning our present finan cial If I have heard it I have heard it a dozen previous councils have shirked their responsibility by not raising My what short memories they have Some were members of those previous councils and were always very vocal in their opposition to any form of tax Then to add in sult to they petitioned and campaigned for a 40 percent homestead exemption saying that Mike Royko our taxes are too they need to go 1 wish to call your attention to the 1983 front page headline in the that says Fivecent tax hike needed for hew This is in reference to a public workshop held to discuss the 40 percent As you now this advice was not In several months later your council incumbents Tieken and Wtnkler ran and were elected by supporting a tax it is no ones fault but their Lets call a spade a I hope you will remember this tomorrow when you vote and vote to elect council members who will say what needs to be not what you want to Respectfully Chere Stratemann Realtors havent endorsed Dear Sir As an active member and officer of the New Braunfels Board of I would like to set the record A recent letter to the editor stated that the Board of Realtors had selected and supported a particular candidate for city coun This is not The New Braunfels Board of Realtors has not endorsed or selected any one candidate for city The board does encourage the active participation of its members in the political Action In keep ing with this we sup ported a forum at our March meeting at which all nine candidates had the opportunity to present their views and Just as any other segment of the Realtors are interested and concerned about the wellbeing of our city and are therefore par ticipating in the campaigns of various on their not saf the behest of the Board of GalePospisil Vice President New Braunfels Board of Realtors City poorly managed To the editor Having read several years ac counting of the HeraldZeitung repor ting and having attended city council See Page9A feottMS CAMit DOW OUT OP TO A KILL tWt DONOR SAID to CoMMlf bib MUD SOMt SOM SAID MIS DAD WAS To raft THAT WOULD DOWt WANT TOMAVtTHtM AMD K6PU WHO bO WANT JIM THAT HE MOT BEOWtt OF BLACKMAIL A SEX SCANDAL WITH A cuimcH SWKIAIW AS Ht SAID UST BUT BtCAUSt OF A BID A RIVAL HIS DREU FOLLOgtRs BEING A FUNDAMENTALIST INSTEAD OF A REPORT ON rut TO GET RELIGIOUS VALUES BAtK INTO Guest Column Alien worker documentation essential By TEXAS UNIVERSITY Extension Service Office COLLEGE STATION Proper documentation is the key to hiring workers under the new Im migration Control and Legalization Amendments Act of Employers should ask for and make copies of documents presented for all employees hired since points out Richard Ed economist with the Texas Agricultural Extension The Texas University Applicants should not be hired without proper As far as agricultural employees are concern Edwards notes these provisions of the new legislation It is illegal to knowingly recruit or refer for a fee any person not authorized to work in this There are stiff penalties for All employers are affected regardless of size or number of Employers must inspect documents and at test to the legal right to work of every person There are penalties for employers who do not comply with this paperwork requirwmsvnr even if no illegal aliens are Most agricultural workers will be able to at tain legal Workers can obtain temporary resident status after two become per manent residents if they can show they have worked 90 or more mandays in producing and harvesting perishable agricultural commodities during the year beginning May Those who have worked 90 mandays in the same capacity in each of the three years ending 1985 and 1986 may become residents after one The number allowed permanent status under the threeyear consecutive years of work provision is limited to Once either group has obtained permanent they have no obligation to continue to work in agriculture Anyone who can show continual residence since Jan can IKgranted temporary status or 18 and may be granted perma nent status after that period During a ourycar period from 1989 a limited number of aliens will be admitted to per form field work in vegetables and other perishable commodities if it is determined they are needed Those admitted are obligated to do at least vto mandays of such work for three con secutive years They then can stay in the I S permanently but have no further obligation to work in agriculture Kdwards points out that any of the following documents or combination of documents are pro of of resident status as set forth in the law A certificate of IS certificate of resident alien card or other alien registration card with a photo that is evidence of authorization to work Jim Bakker should learn how to relax using different means Years there was a movie called Miss Sadie By todays stan it would be considered But in its it was quite It was about a pious preacher and his ef foerts to persuade a rather loose young woman to reform her wicked She didnt want to be since she thought she was having a good And the looser she the angrier the preacher instead of reforming the preacher was overwhelmed by feelings of guilt that he walked slowly into the and that was the end of At the it seemed like a logical way to end the But now 1 can see that the movie preacher was a real If he had been around he could have found a much less final solution to his For we have Jimmy the TV preaching who recently con fessed to having a romp with a young church But theres no walk in the ocean or At last he was resting in his him home in luxurious Palm If he wanted to drown hed have to dive into a swimming pool or golf course water But obviously he doesnt want to do something like If he seems to be looking for a way to blame his now famous encounter on those who introduc ed him to the young or on the woman A writer for a Pentacoastal magazine recently spent a few days with Bakker and they discussed Bakkers sexual And the way the writer tells Bakker comes off like a wideeyed kid The writer says Bakker was very sur prised that this gal was able to perform the way she did He described her as very pro fessional for 21 years of that she knew all the tricks of the Well for in hush one would expect more than a routine per formance For that kind of I would think that she should know tricks that Lin da Lovelace hasnt thought of The sympathetic writer went on to say She just got hold of a Pentacoastal preacher who didnt know how to handle it and it just devastated He felt terrible guilt He was frightened and confused and ran back to of is the city Not some other chruch secretary 1 have some difficulty understanding why Bakker would have been so flustered by his experience He after 40 years old at the apparently he was knowledgeable enough about the tricks of the trade to recognize the tricks when trickery was rattling the hotel furniture And it must have occurred to him that something might happen when a friend in troduced him to the young brought them together in a Florida hotel room and suggested that young woman give who was clad only in terry cloth a back rub so he would be relaxed for a prayer meeting 1 put this question to any 40yearold men who are reading this column If you were away from your wife and and a pal brought a goodlooking young woman to your room and you were wearing onh sour skissies and she hopped up on your bed and started rubbing your would sou think that she was there to hear you refilliht Isalms A likely story And I would ask any 10 year old men lhi question If you rushed home brimming with and told sour wife thai you were surprised at what an innocent little back rub could lead to do you think shed buy it that seems to be Hakker s cur rent version of how he ssas taken advantage the poor lamb Maybe as more comes well find that she bound bis hands and legs and stuck a gag in Ins so his cries lor help couldnt be heard And if he should return to active 1 suggesi that if he wants to relax before a prayer he should take a warm bath Skip that back rub lM SfHHsiD OK NW THERES 86iN LOT OH I DONT CANT SIgM TO AFFCMiD THE ECONOHV IS   

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