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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas 2 Sunday August 14 1964 San Patricio inmates hold hunger strike SINTON Texas AP Inmates hi the Sin Pitrido County Jail have slewed to starve beftwe they eat atiy t Attorn TV dinners X According to a letter that inmates t lent Friday to Sheriff Lefty Moody plan to begin a hunger strike on Monday that wont end until they are served regular cooked Moody said he has only one mes sage for therm I didnt put you here You committed a crime to get here If you didnt commit the crime you be at home eating a home Moody sheriff since 1989 said he Occasionally eats the same dinners that are served to inmates They are he told the Corpus Christi CallerTunes adding that grand Jurors also have eaten the jail cuisine He said the threat of a hunger strike happens about every six months Supplemented with salad beans and ftuit along with juice or coffee the dinners are an inexpensive way to feed a large number of people Moody For three meals a day the cost is slightly than S4 per inmate The dinners are bought in bulk from a local retailer and heated in convection oven Moody said About 140 inmates were in the jail Friday they wetetpproved by a local nutri tionist Moody said We have chosen this moment to make our grievance over these TV dinners known because San Patricio County taxpayers have just paid to have a brand new kitchen built and it is not being the letter continued Moody said the jails new kitchen finished last weekas part of a millionexpansion of been used yet Inmates shouldnt expect any changes he said because the sheriffs department hasnt hired any cooks and has no immediate plans to do so The inmates say they are entitled to better food because their taxpaying families help foot the bill Moody said he doesnt care if the inmates refuse to eat Church festival brings good times tottrval Our Lady of Htip church wat Pictured at far rtflht the band Ttxana the crowd wnhTijandmuate At right Angle Morales works as a volunteer at a food booth At tower right Sam Zunlga and Woody Gerda winners of the Horseshoe tournament held Friday hold up a list of the sponsors and prize donors The festival raised funds to help with renovations to the church Marsch und Wandeigruppe to meet The New Braunfels Marsch und Wandergruppes firs meeting after a Area officials make pitch for 135 project ByMARKLYON Managing Editor SAN MARCOS A resolution call v ing for the prioritizing and completion of the Texas Department of Trans portations 135 widening project through New Braunfels was approved unanimously Friday night by mem bers of Region VII of the Texas Municipal League at the groups sum mer meeting The resolution will now be directed v the TMLs resolution committee and will be voted on again at the organiza lions October general meeting New Braunfels Mayor Paul Fraser who was elected president of TMLs Region Iv Vn sits on the resolution committee Fraser said a copy of the resolution v has already been sent to TxDOT Recently TxDOT officials placed the interstate widening project at a i lower status than a new project which X would bring construction of a new X highway Texas highway 130 also known as MOKAN The change has officials in New Braunfels v concerned for traffic problems on I 35 in addition to service roads in the city which are still twoway The new highway would run from Austin through Seguin and then into San Antonio Ironically as Fraser pointed out the motion to vote on the 135 resolution came from Seguin mayor Ed Got He sees the need to widen 135 first and he voted that Fraser said only that he made the motion I thought that was New Braunfels was represented well the meeting with city engineer Bill and his wife city manag Mike Shands council member Chris Bowers and his wife council member Butch Benitez and his wife council rnember Mary Serold awl her husband GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 6296400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave ALL SHOWS BEFORE PM good thru FrtSalSun MonThruThur Forrest Gump Tom Hanks E3 FriSatSun VtotMTAS MonThruThur TrueUies Man thru thur FrtSBSun 735950 i Moo thru Thw 520 73S 940 FriSdSun Mon tau Thai BRAUNTEX 6254411 290 W San Antonio ALL SHOWS FdSatSgn A I council member Brenda Freeman council member Tim Walker and May or Paul Fraser and his wife present Bonnie Sarkozi city secretary for New Braunfels was elected secretary for Region VII at the meeting Other cities represented at the meet ing were San Marcos Seguin Con verse Cotulla Live Oak Universal City Schertz Leon Valley and San Antonio i Four resolutions were passed at Fri 1 days Region Vn meeting Those res olutions include 1 A resolution calling for reim bursement to private land owners if their lands are taken by way of the endangered species act The resolu tion was generated by officials from Schertz and was passed A resolution calling for stricter penalties and law enforcement in regard to driveby shootings The res olution was generated by officials from Seguin and passed A resolution requesting lawmak ers to create legislation which would bring onehalf of one percent of sales taxes on automobiles sold to remain in the city where they were sold This is not a new tax but a reallocation of an existing tax The resolution was gen erated by officials from Live Oak and passed A resolution calling for legislation permitting cities and transit authori ties to return sales taxes collected on j transit fees to be distributed to cities 1 who do not operate a transit system but have transit systems running through their municipality The resolution was generated by officials from Live Oak and passed summer break will be Tuesday Aug 16 at the Senior Citizen Center 655 LandaStree Social time is 7 and the meeting follows at For information call Elva Wenzel at 6255420 GET ONE MONTH FREE WITH ANY MAILBOX RENTAL expires 83194 BUY 500 BUSINESS CARDS AT REGULAR PRICEAND RECEIVE AN IDENTICAL 500 BUSINESS CARDS FOR ONLY 1 PENNY EXPIRES 83194 609 C BUS LOOP 35 across from 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