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has been to will will Mani- ex- are to to House mar- his Eisenhuth named to city post DON EISENHUTH Report issued on suicides ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Minnesota's corrections om- budsman, T. Williams, issued a second report today on six sui- cides within less than five months at state prisons. The new report dealt with the deaths of Rick Fultz at Stillwa- ter State Prison March 9 and Jim Martin at St. Cloud Refor- matory March 14. Both were suicides by hang- ing, with no indications of foiil play, Williams said. Williams repeated a recom- mendation that crisis inter- vention teams be formed, ready on a 24-hour basis to deal with prisoners exhibiting suicidal tendencies. Where? Why? How? You Asked Don Eisenhuth, manager of Medallion Kitchens, has been appointed to a new position the city, Rodger Neumann, city administrator, announced today. He will be operations coordinator beginning May 16. He will be responsible for g e n e r a l s u p e r management and coordination of the day-to-day functions of operating divisions of the city. He will be under the direction the city administrator. Eisenhuth will be responsible for personnel administration of the divisions of streets, parks, utilities and building main- tenance. Work coordination, investigation of complaints, city shop management and building maintenance. The work will involve per- sonnel policies, coordinating operating budgets, fuel pur- chases 'and inventories, coordinating interdepartme- ntal utilization of personnel establishing priorities for assigning equipment. Eisenhuth, a native of Wisconsin, has had 15 years experience in manager type positions. He came to Fergus Falls in 1966 to manage the Northwestern Sash and Door Company. He continued as manager when the company was sold to 'George Rone became Central States Industries in 1969. In 1971 the operation became Medallion Kitchens. It has expanded . then and presently has 290 employes. Eisenhuth and his wife, Orletta, have six children ranging in age from 18 to is a member of the Church Peace, Sheriff's Posse, Rotary, Elks, serves on the industrial development board and the citizens' advisory committee.