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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 17, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Tests of 30 generic drugs are ordered WASHINGTON AP The Food and Drug Administration is conducting new tests of the 30 most prescribed generic responding to revelations that some drugs were not properly tested before get ting federal See Page 3 EPA No plans to ship Boston sludge to Texas WASHINGTON AP A federal official is dis missing fears that sludge from the polluted Boston Harbor would be marketed as agricultural fertilizer in saying things have been taken out of worst case scenarios have been highly See Page 7 Ryan notches as Rangers top Seattle Even without his best the Texas Rangers 42yearold Nolan Ryan beat the Seattle Mariners 31 on and his eight strikeouts movrd him r V New Braunfels 199 707 Landa New Texas 78130 DSPS Zeituno 5 377880 5126259144 i nursday 1989 25 Cents One 14 Pages Good day Slaying suspect wont be charged A Comal County man wont face charges of murder after shoot ing his soninlaw in says the district who said it was a justifiable homicide and did not present it to the grand jury If its very clear that a crime has not been I see no reason to put an individual through the publicity of saying were going to go to grand said District Attorney Bill they should not have to go through the anxiety of waiting to hear about Herbert Krause was facing pos sible charges of shooting Jerry Durbin was arrested before the shooting and charged with assault ing his Durbin then contacted his son and indicated he was going to perform certain Reimer He killed the family broke into the fatherinlaws house and threatened Reimer A weapon was found on Dur bins See GRAND Page 2 Partly cloudy skies and a slight 20 percent chance of rain wont keep the mercury from rising to 98 degrees Winds will be out of the southeast at 10 to 15 miles per Tonights low will fall to about 71 Inside DEAR TV Stammtisch For the first Comal ISD operate a fullday pre kindergarten program this year on the Goodwin Primary School cam pus if 15 or more eligible children are To be eligible for enrollment in a prekindergarten a child must be at least 4 years old on or before 1 and must be unable to speak and comprehend the English or be from a family whose according to standards set by the State Board of is at or below subsistence Comal ISD is not required to provide transportation bus service will be provided to and from Mountain Valley Elementary School and Comal Elementary School because these buses presently are in Parents are responsible for bringing their child to these elementary campuses and for pick ing them up each said Carol curriculum director for Comal Any parent who believes his child meets the qualifications stated here needs to register by tomorrow at Comal Goodwin Primary or Mountain Valley Elementary For more call Hall at 6258081 or Charlie Rose will offer Defen sive Driving Class 22 and 24 at Comal ISD Administration Building from 6 to 10 Call 6258576 or 6258081 to sign New Braunfels ISD Community Education Department is offering a Defensive Driving Course 22 and 24 from 6 to 10 Call 6206200 to NBISD is offering a com plete CPR course from to at McKenna Memorial Hospital 21 and Those who need only recertification may attend a oneevening class during MOjPfllTlC the same hours on Call 6206200 to sign If you think you might need to check on that cholesterol Garden Park 984 Loop Suite is offering a choles terol screening Friday between 10 and 6 The test costs Additional testing also is including cardiac risk a complete blood and mas ter chemistry testing of 26 diffe rent blood For more call Gar den Park Pharmacy at The 29th annual Haecker Reun ion and the eighth annual HaeckerLoeffler Reunion will be 26 at Bexar Social Hall in the Zuehl Doors open at 3 and until there will be a social hour and annual meet From 4 to 6 there will be and followed by the meal at 6 Each family should bring a vegetable or dessert or enough for the family and any All food will be served buffet style and drinks will be From 7 to 11 is the dance for both young and All Haeckers and Loefflers and descendants are Admission is per person older than 18 to help pay for the band and other Boys injury trial continues today By MARGARET EDMONSON Staff Writer Three members of the Stahl family testified before a jury in Comal Coun ty District Court Wednesday in regard to a lawsuit they filed seeking dam ages from a former radiologist at McKcnna Memorial Jonas of Bulverde took the stand yesterday and answered questions about an October 1982 inci dent in which he fell from the top of an automobile and entangled his left arm in the baggage His and Lloyd took him to the crmcgcncy room of McKcnna Memorial Hospital the next According to testimony by the boy and his Richard de mons examined the arm and took X demons told them the injury was an acute strain and would take some time to A year the Stahls took Jonas to an orthopedic surgeon who told them the injury was a dislocated Surgery was not successful in treating the William a radiolo testified Tuesday that he read the See Page 2 Delgado is ready to throw more punches LCRA offers education about water The Lower Colorado River Authoritys Major Rivers Water Edu cation program an adapted version to be used statewide this fall wrapped up this summers teacher workshops This the Texas Water Develop ment the Texas Water Com mission and the Texas Health Depart ment will provide initial funding to begin statewide distribution of the Major Rivers With the state agencies subsidizing part of the price of the classroom river authorities and other waterrelated agencies can See Page 2 By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Cold censored nudity maga and a nosmoking policy at the Comal County jail are examples of how the sheriff fails to comply with standards set by a federal says the prisoner who filed Sheriff Jack Bremer acknowledges some violations and is creating an inmate council for input on jail 1 dont think were way out of compliance on Bremer said I will ask inmates to provide a selected by the Robert 2021 Mill filed the federal lawsuit while an inmate at the former Comal County jail against former Sheriff Waller Fellers because of poor The judgment in 1982 called for a new facility and lislcd conditions to be met by the Dclgado now is getting a firsthand look at the new He was arrested July 27 by New Braunfels police and charged with robbing a man living in the West He was released from the Texas Department of Corrections approximately 10 months ago after serving a sentence from a drug jail looked all right from the Dclgado said in an interview at the jail last All the things were asking for we already went to court and Were not asking for nothing Just give us back what we already Once in Delgado requested a jail looked all right from the All the things were asking for we already went to court and Were not asking for nothing Just give us back what we already Robert Delgado said Jail Administrator Brian He wrote a letter that under this lawsuit that he be given a he I just wrote him back saying that he was The lawsuit did not require that the typewriter be given and that was the end of Delgado then sent a handwritten letter to the New Braunfels Ilerald his Sheriff and County Attorney Nathan Rhein lander listing 15 The letter stated if corrective action wasnt taken within seven days he would seek possible avenues of including monetary damages for each male and female prisoner housed under these noncompliance Bremer later met with Delgado and decided to create the inmate Bremer said an inmate handbook also is being prepared to ensure prisoners know the See Page 2 Lake Dunlap Area Volunteer Fire Department per sonnel work to extinguish a grass fire on Schu mansville Beach Road off FM 725 Wednesday Tvyo units were called to the scene around after the fire was ignited by the exhaust of an The owner of the car reportedly was dumping sewage into some tanks at the time the fire Firefighters had to be care ful to put out all the flames because the pasture was full of cow manure which burns for a long PHoto by Carol Avery around Colleen Seelhammer works on arranging some of the items donated for the annual Sophienburg Museum Rummage which will be 25 and 26 from 9 to 5 at 472 San Antonio St Museum volunteers will accept more donations Saturday between 10 and noon at that Photo by Deryl Clark Clean up Groups return resources to their natural beauty BylUARGARET EDMONSON Staff Writer The Guadalupe River and River Road arc 100 percent cleaner thanks to efforts by the Water Oriented Recreation District and Friends For according to Betty Volunteers met Monday and Tues day to pick up trash along River Road and the According to the weekly cleanups are funded by monies generated by the user fee assessed on waterrelated equipment motels and marinas in the Walls said the weekly cleanups have included 18 miles of the Lower Guadalupe River and 11 miles of the Upper WORD has funded for the above services and other litter abate ment An additional was funded for dumpster service and for 30 permanent trash In addition to the WORDS See Page 2 Community pitches in for recycling program By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Recycling is coming to New Braunfels and the core organizing group Wednesday set goals and com mittees to bring the effort The City of New Braunfels now is gearing up to assist in possible curb side recycling in the We need to start said City Manager Paul Grohman If we can learn to recycle now hopefully the impact wont be so great at that point in the The organizing group of approxi mately 30 people voted to call them selves Recycling New Braunfels Wednesday and to carry the message of recycling to the Its going to take a citywide said Safe City Commission Director Don who moder ated the We can have a big Texas Democratic Women of Com al County initiated the recycling move in but the effort is being sup ported by many local people con cerned with the Though recycling does help the environment it also is The public needs to be aware of the costs that me Grohman One day were going to recy Its just a matter of do we want to get out in front and do it now And that boils down to one thing are we willing to pay the cost differentials With 30 percent of New Braunfels residents participating in curbside where a contracting collec tor would go to households and col lect recycable the cost would be about per household per Grohman The recycable goods possibly would yield a A reduc tion of about would occur in landfill charges for the city garbage he I havent even broached the sub ject with the city council as a Grohman A lot of it depends on what were mandated to do and what our public is willing to he the federal government will probably mandate
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