New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 24, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 24, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas DALLAS, TX 7 5381Comal County Junior Livestock Show and Sale, Pages 6, 7 and IO New Braunfels New Braunfels, Texas Vol. 134, No. 57 One Section, 14 Pages Tuesday March 24, 1987 25 cents There appear no there definite!) iv confusion about which shelter is which There an* movements in Comal County to construct or other wise bn »to fruition shelters one for batteled women or adults another for abused or neglected kids There reported!) has been one case m which a donor of moues in tending to help the adult shelter wrote a check to the kids shelter organization meaning the Child Welfare Board and Child Advot acy Inc then upon finding out the wrong group wav about lo get the dough took the check back Embar ravsing But it pomtv up the need to know the difference lo report child abuse or find out more about the children s shelter movement call 62a ho.* David Heinhold iv a small businessman His furniture refinishing .iud restoration vhop is hard to find so ho relies on hiv telephone to allow customers to find him Well one whale of a customer did the state ,,f | t.xav David’s mw* man operation is busy ref tombing two mahogany pedestals and a tabh prig ab! ', dating Ko k to the earl) I tams that are par! >*' the ilwflf Of Governor Bill < lenten! v of flee in the * .ipitnl which undergoing some the**** of sp rut mg up How David got th* jot over th** myriad of other furniture refinishes hes.ivs rnav have something to lo with th* far t that I*avid »<•«*» tv > 'ark tip the fir:** wood on which tie work< Stripping and refinishing is done bv hand meticulously with a fine win brod, and other craftsman s tools so if v**u ever get the grail ' tour of the rose colored ( ‘apitoi .md g*-- t< se* Big BUI v pi act of t business cheek out the plant stands rtiey w, 111 h.*\. a touch of N**w Braunfels or them By the wa) I>avid < an ti* * or.ta ’< 1 at h2s .'4 18 Parti) cloud) skies are iii store for this area through the w**ek although .1 1 barn ** of showers doest I t ap|H-at until rhursday Coda) s high will ta* 111 the mid 70s w Uh southeaster!) Winds neat IU mph Tonight v low w ill drop to neat Mi and go bat k up to the run! 70s again Wed ne sd av Thursday arui Friday should tie mostly cloud) witli a chance of rain and highs in the 70s with lows in the The Menu BUSINESS............3 CLASSIFIED 11-13 COMICS.............8-9 CROSSWORD.........? HOROSCOPE.........8 OBITUARIES.........2 OPINIONS............4 SPORTS..............5 stoke up the band Valenzuela transferred to Eagle Pass; charges of illegal entry pending Rw riAuin MAV By DAVID MAY Staff W* der Immigration and Naturalization Service authorities Mondo) transferred a 22 year old illegal alien, a suspect m I is! September'v stabbing death of a saltier teenager to Eagle Pass The man is to stand trial there on a felonv charge **f illegal entry into the country Milano Esculente Valenzuela is tieing held without r*ond ; bagie Pass wile re he faces up to six months rn a federal penitentiary, it convicted atter which time he would go before a federal immigration judge f<«r deporta lion proceedings v aienzuela a self prm laimed illegal resident, was no billed last week bv a « omal Count) grand jurv in cormel. lion with the -opt 28 murder of 14 vc,;* old Tan va < >tter pohl He reported!) rn untamed tm innocence throughout hiv incarceration here ins sp**, Sa! Agent I race) < ark said conv toting v alen lucia on illegal entry charges should be a men* formalit) since he readily admits to * w ading through tho uaterv of the Bio < lr anck to enter the country \ccoi ding to ( lark should new ev idem e linking Valet} /u* la o the murder rn* uncovered Valenzuela would be available to to** state during his ^tav at a federal institu tun for further prosecution < uterpohl wa> slabbed lit times at her mobile home located between Nattier md Startzvilie According to District \ttorney William ■< moeder and assistant Bruce Boyer, evidence linking anyone with *he murder was hampered because of shenif investigators neglect bv allowing the scene to be cleaned before being in vestigated    * Vaienzuela w 1S picked up bv a sheriff s investigator within an flour of h< ais dent along a road about half-a-mile from the residence According to th* Valenzuela's attorney Paul Cedillr, V der ,-uela had no signs of blood on any of his cloth inc person w hon he wa - picked up bv sheriff's investigator .adv Eaton He said that because of the nature of the v .,y and the* me element, having • lean clothes would f« hard to accomplish 1 edillo said th** s is.,,., maintained throughout inter rogation that ho was atterr ; -ic to solicit a ride home when apprehended \ aienzuela g ive a rural county ad dress at the time of his ar n*'! Though the arresting running the defendant walking fast or joggir ween th** hours of I and . Eedillo further stated to being released from J* work here I be attorney arrested the wrong mal loose though the cham<* tov est igato: s has <* bv* the* sja\ mg he saw the suspect bove f>een perhaps lent occurred bet ‘Iii Ut* i he cr wa* outing forward turn to home and ‘f v deputies * lier is still ? e slim 'ti a motive in Council ratifies manager's in-house sanitation choice S * DA V IO MA Y Bt DA V IO MA Y and JIM we BRE Staff Ai ters \< w Bi « it*. * unanimous Man Mend. *il voted without Council returns tube chute management to parks staff n. lUwm MAV B, DAVID VAY Staff Wr it* f Bf aurite hot th** Pr a move that did not come a surprise I ourK ii acted on the reeommen<la »n i>f i its staff which had reviewed • >|Mis,t.s submitted last week front ar private management interests eluding former managers Bichord I M irk H iiiiptin The possibility of litigation by ump ton over the * d\ s termination their leas*- could reate amie w hit* tut ut *• dei a»lve! t is,* {t>f p., ,r, meeting following city s lease <-arhe Hampton in a d liability insurant #■ thori/ed st af: •sals at its pet termination of that month I discontinue soliciting for proposals from interested private waste management firms for rights to tho city s sanitation collection sere ice The action was nothing short of ex pet ted after council not died Mn hi* last w**ek to suspend accepting pro posais for garbage privatization because of what the citv ad mmistrator called a lack of support ttirough*>ut the coinrnunitv as .tell as w ithin the city council No proposals were eve! accepted as Michie decided to keel the Cit) th the trash collection business ( he ct tv is now facet! with pun hastng up to four new vehit ies within the next two fiscal years at expenditures id vin.. $2*0000 sanitation director bde Hyden said after a meeting Witt. Michie and sanitation worker' earlier this month that he has turned in several proposals tot pur. ria se of Bv voci ut expenses • sui h expenses in ann**:- mie such • t would t*e to < that would allow > lump into the "O'*    ‘.I* and cut f" not include argcbacks samta Hue a profit ’ or *x peruses of at>out reports that the ■ '    • MHI wereer ted to present to • justrnents to ? *n f ates Michie ’ ’• JU Hies exist that orn mere tai : to t»e streamlet •ii costs lo a con age COUNCIL ('aq. EPA, Seguin city officials fo review handling of PCB III I I » « Ut, I (IOC Services set for Arnold — former police chief, sheriff sot poll rn is nemner urn as an a* 'esident of New Br au it times in his life his hometown as hief and fire and pol B» JIM WI URI Stall Ai if,** c it) of Scgu to federal Em offi. «*s to pal potent tall) ca sion employee Hie lit t lid lent a 1 rote lion I r .« (anniv of compounds called *1 ut*) w ill travel Agency regional • discuss management of hamlled bv utilities divi >* confirmed ti reported that utilities workers apparent!) have used untested oil from elei tnt al t{ansformers us an igniter or fuel for burning rn siltation ult 1 **pjH*r aire and ether debt is (Hder 11 aristoiruers of the sort found at the burn she I at lite city s utilities compound often t<*ntain a I petroleum type coolant coala ming polychlorinated hipheit)Is l*t B winch is a possihily cath*er c ausing substance thai when burned at relativ eh low temperatees pi*m d toxins While D.,rl Mount ut the Dallas EHA Office said at th* tune that he would request an official inspection of tilt Sit** no such Inspection has vet ,h*, tined It s .1 little premature to say what we will do Mount said this week He said consultation with Seguin officials would determine what action EPA might take EPA could if warranted fine the city alto force the entity to dean up the pollution at the city \ expense Seguin City Manager ferry Roberts said today that his staff have learned a lot about PCE iii the last month Ile confirmed the trip to EPA in Dallas arui said I ma would in* given a complete description of what the cit) is doing to manage elect I ital equipment that might contain PCH coolant I am not at liberty at this point to say exactly whit we re going lo do Huberts who I manager Ie-**, than .1 a year ago salt! When a newspaper reporter arid rived at the Seguin utilities yard t < smoke pou ret I nom ,, burning area <» jucent to puton softball fields and «. Fairgrounds \ car se.,t and other middle of the but n aphe th Use I* Beliers said at the tm untested transformer Oil as an igniter ft and insulation removal had existed fin loftierv on sit, sal*I til, citv burned m untv mg coppet wire rout titty and firm such debris "rue tune latten from the sci ap to a salv .ice EPA has promulgated regulations sn recent years ilia! require certain storage and disposal techniques mr P< B oil including use of sealed metal contain*!' ami Us** ol spec if ii disposa campana' that burn the material untie 1 controlled conditions at verv higti It nip, 1 atuies to destroy and remove contaminants from the smoke Situ e discovery of the practice 01 burning dot 11> on open ground with transformer oil not tested for pi b content. Seguin Utilities staff have cleared Hie site and begun managing the material and ti ansformers m an appropriate mannei Huberts saki lie said reports thai utilities workers may have ponied untested oil directly from transformers onto the tire in February may be inaccurate forkers be said say that any oil used as ignites or im ! would have been poured from transformers into *• gallon steel bai I els before being poured onto the burn l*he bai re Is n question appeared to have contained printers ink III I \» "tber times he served ti, pie another wav at his, of ie <>n the square Elmo Arnold died Monday flume at th*- aye ut** \ native New Braunfels, 1 was born to Joseph and Minim I .ehmarin Arnold on Mardi 4 lbs father Joseph Arnold was ti New Braunfels in I85t> Joseph & as .1 sheriff s deputy at th* ag, then worked as a teamster vv uncle who freighted general chandise from Indianola to Braunfels Seguin Nan Marco Nan Muonic ll* Icier I*,, m, marshal and supplemented t» come with work he pit blacksmith Elmo's grandfather v os j,,i Arnold, who carne to New Br mn w Uh Prince Sol ms According to Elmo s tam I lino s fu st job when he got ou school after the ninth grade iii ti days was setting type indicia Herman st ript letters up-id* 1, and backwards tor th, y.wtun# worked for I- redone t iheint From 1917 to 1919 Elmo served the I mted States Vrmv stationed tamp Travis which was about where Ford Sam Houston is now Elmo s w in Helen said tier tiu-hand trained recruits and also intel preted Merman during World War I He left the service wit!' th* Dank of Fir st Sergeant sh at ated *44 I urn* po IHI He * fille tie mo Arnold H • D I *-7 Elmo ••cs st ort ag! ocerv ■' *    11 itll tiger and ** * tim* time call i anc v nold s Store 1 a »o was elected to (st bi' wo terms as J » *Hintv he served wf a ! time tie j*»irit*d the " D Aid lh wor Red for iii years in Houston ‘tins! 1 ■ me back to New rn (h*. ame chiel of rve 1 in that capacity un Her filch time bt sen u de (ommisstoner .n***I and operated the Sh*,p in th** lobby of the S* e A R NOL D Pag* J ;