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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 31, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung 3 Thursday, August 31 ,1995 □ 3 Restaurant Reports Treasure winner Frances Gonzales (center) was the winner of Lack's Furniture's recent Treasure Chest contest, earning herself $10,000 in new furniture. She is pictured with her husband, Jaime Gonzales, and New Braunfels Lack's Qianager Milton Arnold. Police Reports ; New Braunfels Police arrested the following people between July 30 and Aug. 13, 1995: ■ Jason Holder, 18, of 1634 Pah-meyer in New Braunfels, was charged with alcohol violations July 30. ■ Rolando Medrano, 20, of 1322 PM 1101 in New Braunfels, was arrested on unspecified charges July 31. ;■ Andrew Pitlock, 21, of 2145 Prospect in Seguin, was charged with traffic violations July 31. ■ Cephas Mitchell, 21, of 134 Bethune in San Antonio, was charged vt'ith public intoxication July 31. ■ Gary Kahlig, 40, of 1505 Eichen in New Braunfels, was charged with weappons carrying and possession July 31. • ■ Gant Money, 21, of 152 Lakeside in Seguin, was charged with disorderly conduct Aug. I. ■ Guy Capparelli, 33, of 176 Lakeside in Seguin, was charged with disorder conduct Aug. I, ■ Juan Salinas, 18, of 535 Daniel Drive in New Braunfels, was arrested on unspecified charges Aug. I. I ■ Mad* Gafla, 3, *of 2 Delrt'Cir-cle iii New Braunfels. was'Oharged-with traffic violations Aug. I. ■ Michael Mauck, 23, of Rt. 2, Box 197W in Marion, was arrested on unspecified charges and charged with resisting arrest Aug. I. ■ Juanita Garcia, 32, of 141 Ruekle Road in New Braunfels, was charged with traffic violations Aug. I. ■ Andres Teneyuque, 43, of 9163 FM 1102 in New Braunfels, was charged with public intoxication Aug. 2. ■ Raul Gonzales, 21, of Gevers Street in San Antonio, was charged with motor vehicle theft Aug. 2. ■ Steven Parsons, 19, of 1402 Krause in New Braunfels, was charged with traffic violations Aug. 2. ■ Antonio Razo, 33, of 337 Paradise Alley in New Braunfels, was charged with public intoxication Aug. 2. ■ John McConnell, 40, of 22445 Gruene Street in New Braunfels, was charged with possession of marijuana Aug. 2. ■ Barbara McConnell, 48, of 2445 Gruene Street in New Braunfels, was charged with possession of marijuana Aug. 2. ■ Jesse Saenz, 33, of 131 Granite in Spnng Branch, was charged with public intoxication Aug. 3. ■ Sarah Landru, 27,of 581 Ventura Drive in New Braunfels, was arrested on unspecified charges Aug. 3. ■ Juan Ozuna, 24, of 385 N. Chestnut in New Braunfels, was charged - w*h possession of marijuana Aug. 4. ■ Carlos Farias, 22, of 241 Seville in New Braunfels, was charged with trespassing Aug. 5. ■ Chad Sumbling, 23, of 1541 Allison Drive in New Braunfels, was charged with driving under the influence Aug. 5. The following restaurants were inspected by the city health inspector between Aug. 8 and Aug. 29. Scores and major violations, which resulted in deductions of four or five points, are noted. ■ Luby’s Cafeteria, 1H-35 E. Score: 85. Major deductions: Store all chemicals, pesticides, properly after use. Not insecticide. ■ New Braunfels Smokehouse Restaurant, 140 Hwy 46. Score: 91. Major deductions: Keep all chemical pump dispensers labeled and stored in a dedicated location, separate from food or food contact services. ■ Mr. Gatti’s Pizza, 668 Walnut. Score: 81. Major deductions: All chemical dispensers must be properly labeled, unlabeled units observed. ■ Wuest Meat Market, 559 W. San Antonio St. Score: 86. Major deductions: Hand sink must be accessible at all times un-obstructed access is required. Correct immediately. ■ Taco Cabana, IH 35 Access. Score: 70. Major deductions: Hand sinks must be accessible at all times, both sinks were blocked at time of inspection. Rodent droppings present at upper store room (roof access); provide proof of pest control application dated after date listed on report. Chemicals must be stored properly after use. One-gallon container, opened without a cap, was found stored beside boxes of produce. ■ HEB Meat Market, 651 Walnut. Score: 81. Major deductions: Hand sink inaccessible due to various articles on and in sink. This basin must not be obstructed. Mislabeled and stored chemical pump dispensers observed. ■ Peking Restaurant, 227 Hwy. 81 E. Score: 87. Major deductions: none. ■ Holiday Inn Restaurant, 1051 IH 35 E. Score: 60. Major deductions: Facility must make all necessary corrections within 48 hours or be subject to closure. Employee (cook) observed drying hands on apron at hand sink. Proper hand washing procedures must be followed. Utensil washer, sanitizing rinse, is inoperable - correct immediately, supplement by manual washing. Rodent droppings present at kitchen behind cook!inc area, extensive collection at rear storage room. Stainless steel cleaner and graffiti remover chemicals found on counter tops with ■ Wal-Mart Deli. Score: 85. Major deductions: Rodent droppings present in storage area (comer), continue present efforts, provide this office with invoice detailing professional pest control application/treatment. Note, there is an ant problem in the front area (beverage service location.) Relocate pesticides to a designated separate location, segregated from other food contact cleanser items. ■ Handy Andy Deli, 147 IH-35. Score: 80. Major deductions: Provide proper type of heat lamp for hot holding cabinet. Flood lamps may not be used in place of required heating element. ■ Popeyes Fried Chicken, IH-35 and Walnut. Score: 74. Major deductions: An employee plate of food was found in the singledoor cooler together with customer product. Employees may eat only in designated locations -not the serving line. Hand sink was found inaccessible due to trash, rags, green scrub pads etc. scattered in the basin. Use this basin for hand washing only. Unlabeled cleaners in pump dispensers were observed. Once chemical/cleaners etc. are removed from the original container, the transferred dispenser container must be labeled. ■ Chinese Restaurant - HEB, 651 Walnut. Score: 85. Major deductions: None. ■ Blimpic Subs and Salads, 3201 IH-35. Score: 86. Major deductions: Chemical cleaners, pump dispensers, etc. must be returned to their proper location after each use. Note glass cleaner product stored at bread storage location. Your source for local news. The Herald-Zeitung. Happy Birthday * A'l&z&til "Sweet / 6 Love, Dad I Doce Guns HUNTING HEADQUARTERS for Dove Hunting Central Zone - Comal County and Surrounding area opens Friday, Sept. I South Zone - South Texas opens Friday Sept. 22. We have what you need for a safe and successful season: Browning, Weatherby, Winchester, Remington, Mossberg, and other shotguns • Ammo...$3.95 box for 12 Ga. heavy loads-11/8 oz. shot! Other loads available ^ • Game bags and vests Hunting licenses • We take trades! product and supplies ■ Kentucky Fried CttfcktftV 69TS.** f Walnut. Score: W Mfajof dejections:' All chemicals, cleaners, etc. in pump dispensers must be properly labeled and stored. Do not leave pump dispensers scattered throughout, designate a specific location for storage. Thortons Ice Cream, 651 Hwy 81 E. Score: 85. Major deductions: None. BUSINESS WANTED Successful Houston business owner desires to relocate to your area. Financial resources available for purchase to $500,000 cash down. office: 1-800-899-1337; home 713-558-7722. GUNS t. New Brain riels CS (3627) Trade - Repair Count on it. , WTW Hr>, lf you think a high electric bill is your meter's fault, consider this: in thousands of meter tests since 1990, all but 37 PEC meters met Public Utility Commission standards. Those 37 were "slow", which means they measured even less electricity than was actually used! That's accuracy you can count on.Mi PedemalesCOV Electric Cooperativet Inc. Brinoiny Enemy to the Texas Hill Country jvBOR Don’t Miss The Savings Bonanza At The Fieldcrest Cannon Bed And Bath Factory Store! Body Pillows jy2Pries Choose from a select style of Boa Pillows. They form easily to your body to provide comfortable support for P pain sufferers and pregnant women. Available now for only $7.50. Snore-No-More Pillows |/«£Prico These great pillows are designed so you can breathe freely - making snoring less likely. Both you and your partner can get a better night’s sleep. Available now for only $9.50. *f/eMaresf CANNONBED AND BATH FACTORY STORES Coupons Expire September 10,1995 • Discounts Taken At Register Shop early for best selection. All items subject to availability. .a f . ii I (try Out Int ( rt ii re • I hl ! xii ZOO • Ann Mn re . KT in. tvnt. MAM ()\ 'M • I mr' i. UAM DLM ;