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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 5, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                Fire ruled arson fund started for Zamoras 410 MOS3 M1CROPLEX MITCH WOMBLE BOX 45436 TX 75245 313 SyOANASTELL Staff writer A Monday mofning fire that destroyed the home of the Aguinaldo Zatnora family was deliberately New Braunfels Fire Marshal Elroy Friesenhahn ruled After spending most of the day shuffling through the charred debris of the sixbedroom house at 243 Friesenhahn called it an arson Friesenhahn said he found seven or eight places where the fire Samples of the structure have been sent to A laboratory for There is physical evidence of a possible flammable liquid being poured oh the the fire marshal Christina Zamora had left her house only 19 minutes before the fire was reported at by a The house was The rear of the house was on fire by the time the call came Friesenhahn Normal fires dont get that much of a The next step for the fire marshal is to begin the The dirtiest part is over now the hardest part is in front of The hardest part for the Zamoras will be to put their home back in It was a shock for the first two said It was like somebody had Zamora said the only thing she prayed for when she heard of the fire was that her album filled with pictures of her children would be They I please leave my childrens I do not care about anything she And you know what Nothing happened to those And everything else Zamora said her family will be moving into an apartment until their home can be its but at least its A fund has been established in the name of Aguinaldo Zamora at Texas Commerce Persons wishing to contribute money can do so or can call Jose Valdemar f3spinoza at 6254084 or Mary Paniagua at 629 Espinoza said he will also pick up any Gifts of furniture and clothing are being accepted at Zamoras Service Station at 2174 Spur They need Espinoza Everything burned Woman faces charges in Delgado escape By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A 20yearold New Braunfels woman has been charged with helping trusty Juan Delgado escape from the Comal County Jail Friday As of presstime was still A spokeswoman for the Comal County Sheriffs Office said Delgado had been in jail since 7 on charges of forgery and aggravated Sheriffs Rudy Rubio said Diana Trejo of 1855 Mill has been charged with aiding an which is a Class A She was released from custody Tuesday on a bond set by Peace Justice Harold Rubio would not divulge any specifics on the charge against I dont want to hurt my See Page 12A WHERES MV PRESENT New Braunfels HeraldZcitun Mtw Texas 235 Wednesday December 25 Cents 32 Pages3 Sections New roots River Gardens residents run greenhouse By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Residents of River Gardens are helping things Their success story is growing in the care centers and right now they are finding satisfaction in nurturing especially for the River located at 750 is now in its third It began selling plants to the publican with Christmas coming the rush for fresh potted poinsettias keeps the residents Their success story began with Larry and JoAnn The couple wanted a residence for the mentally retarded that would also offer them a place to learn and work with Originally the idea was to grow a dream which could still be But after the Aniols hired Leon who has 14 years ex perience in working with the mentally retarded and has a far ming the dream began to take shape to become a full time fullservice nursery by next After they opened the care the Aniols bought two used greenhouses to start their gardening With the profits of their plant they hope to add more greenhouses and some field crops on the 10 acres that River Gardens We have to bootstrap ourselves in this business because the contract we have with Mental Health and Mental Retardation does not include any money for any type of So we have to go about this very but we feel we have a good Larry Aniol Each resident was encouraged to have a project at the Comal County Fair this with Oehlers doing the When they brought home a fistful of the residents were excited about their learning and going public with the plants became the next Though the two hothouses cannot provide enough work for all the residents with the capacity for more space will become available as the operation Right now we teach them soil growing from just about every method We train them by repetition and J have found that if you can break any task down into smallest enough frictions so that they only have to lesrn one idea it i these people can learn The hard part for us is learning tow to break down tasks into thows Oehier One of toiifbfil tute in the beginning finding ways to teach common of as welJ M their scientific w cmtaner into the Employee Leon Oehlers right helps center resident Jeff Adams DtKutLAHK mMiol knevi what 19 MIRP VfWWiwp fj ftetum sf in mMhMUf yitb tti uxoe and all of 9fr wwiw SB How does Oehlers know they have mastered the skiUs While he was sick for two weeks the residents ran the whole routine by themselves and kept a detailed log of their I was very proud of he the culture information and watering The watering plant grooming and thermostat control ire some of the more complex tasks that a of his workers have How does Oehlers tyiow they have mastered the skills While he was sick for two weeks the residents ran tne whole routine by themselves and kept i detailed log oj their I prPMd of We also just finished a plant interior design contract with a womens fashion 14 and are in the middle of negotiating another for a physical therapist We have the capability now to do this kind of Now all we need are the The plant unlike a sheltered will offer residents some experience working with the public in addition to lear ning skills in a sheltered en The problems that most sheltered workshops run into is its a case of either feast or They are dependent on a steady stream of contracts be cause a lot of what they do is not a yearround demand When they dont have enough they have a lot of idle and when they get several the skill level in the MRs mentally retarded has not built up to any speed so that the trainers end up doing some of the work to get the contracts Arilol River Gardens plans to get around these problems by having contracts with plant wholesalers and retailers to provide stock plants and other What the wholesalers and retailers need is a guaranteed supply of good quality and we can give them But this operation is space so until we have several more greenhouses all of our goals cannot be Aniol The longrange plans sound but so did the first greenhouse before it was erected with shelves full of cacti and plants and beams full of hanging Eventually we see New Braunfels as the garden center of and on campus we want to build a horticulture snowplace complete with plants and perhaps in Victorian architecture that would be an educational and semiexotic place for visitors to run by our We plan to develop an ecological and economic alternative for the mentally a place where they belong in the midst of out technologically advanced Oehlers India toll now India AP Doctors today warned disease could spread from the corpses of thousands of people and animals killed by a poison gas leak at a pesticide and a newspaper reported that four previous accidents occurred at the Doctors and officials at cremation grounds and mortuaries said at least people were killed and more than were affected by the leak early They said people may suffer serious af such as The United News Of India news agency reported the death toll had risen to Police and rescue workers sear ched housetohouse today for bodies and assisted in mass burials and cremations during the night that lit up the sky of a central Indian Woodlands transfer official By SANDRA JACKSON Staff writer Its now official Commerce Savings Association is the owner of the Woodlands Golf and Country Club at Canyon Contracts were signed at a closing Friday and paperwork was recorded Monday to make the sale after attempts by former Woodlands owners to sell the club John trustee for the Dallas based Commerce told the that the agreement cancelled the need for a foreclosure which had been scheduled Tuesday at ht Posting the thing again for foreclosure was just a conservative way of handling the said whose office is in San He added that he had to cover the possibility of the failure to close the Although Commerce intends to operate the a future sale to a new owner is not out of the Well let the circumstances speak for Steen said when asked if the Woodlands is still for He stressed that it will be business as usual at the country and no changes in operation are Negotiations have been ongoing since foreclosure proceedings were begun against Woodlands in Sep Owners of the country club were in default of a million loan on the Foreclosure was deliyed stveral times while Woodlands owners Jerry Walker and George Gallagher negotiated to sell the That sale became a forcing the lien holder to finally take possession Woodlands is located off FM 2173 near The facilities in elude a country golf swimming tennis courts and a subdivision of homes and con city of UNI said nearly 800 bodies were buried at the citys main Firdaus Manzil graveyard or cremated at the Chola Vishram Ghar cremation The news agency quoted a Mubarik as saying Bodies are still being brought in by the dozens and we are in fact digging out old graves tj bury Arjun chief minister of Madhya Pradesh told repor ters he could confirm 620 deaths and said an estimated had been treated for gas Most suffered chest red eyes and breathing he 1 Indian technical experts today See Page 12A Inside Cheer Fund Here are ate most recent contributions Raymond and Alan Bartlett Wallace and Margaret and Herman Blank all gave James Alton gave Clara Brinker gave and the New Braunfels Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary brought three sacks of canned That brings us to not including donated We sincerely appreciate Water Watch Comal River cfs up 61 Canyon take inflow cfs up 7 Canyon Dam 150 cfs samel Edwards up Canyon level fup Todays Woother Coras Cfcunty forecast eaUs for partly cloudy skies through turning windy Md cloudy by Winds will te WAf 10 mph WSWWii tonight wid Thursday wiU to M mm   

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