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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 6 New Texas May 1991 State Search for aliend grows SAN ANTONIO AP Immigration agents say more arrests could result from the discovery of three undocu mented Mexican workers found padlocked inside an alu minum storage Jose Mario was charged Wednesday with three counts of harboring illegal aliens after the work ers were found locked in a shed on his property during a federal raid Gary chief of investigations with the Immigration and Naturalization Service in San said agents were investigating employers who may have hired the workers and paid them below minimum Were looking at two other he The three undocumented aliens found in the shed did yard work and odd Renick CThey worked them around the San Antonio area dur ing the and brought them back there at said The workers were given food at the wluch has electricity but no running Renick It is believed the workers used a portable toilet at the The shed is located in a business district on a threeacre piece of property that also contains old cars and It is surrounded by an aluminum Its gates were locked Workers at nearby businesses said they did not know the undocumented aliens had been staying there and were surprised when they heard about the INS Thieves 4did homework AUSTIN AP Authorises investigating the theft of medical school application exams from the University of Texas say they are hunting for wellinformed The thieves knew what they where to find it and that there would be a market for the 290 copies of the Medical College Admission They apparently knew what they were looking for and knew exactly which room to go said Curtis an investigator with the UT Funke said nothing else was taken from the testing cen and no other room in the building was Police said they dont have any suspects in the which occurred late Saturday or early Sunday at the UT Measurement and Evaluation Funke said that because boxes of blank MCAT documents were probamy more than one person was involved in the In earlier police said the burglars forced open a window of the building and took the exams from a locked storage But Funke said that the only security at the time was a deadbolt used to secure the Exwife challenges mayor Texas AP A record 70 absentee bal lots were cast in the Moulton mayors which pits incumbent Harry Meyer against three challengers includ ing his Saturdays election is being called the strangest in years in a town of in Lavaca Residents cant remember a race for mayor that featured four much less one with such family Meyer has been mayor of Moulton for the past 14 and served two years on the City Council before Not to be Meyer has decided has something to offer the Since filing for she can be found out cajoling votes from the citizenry when shes not at her teaching job at Moulton Meyer professes no bitterness about his exwifes deci sion to run for And hes glad the campaign has been devoid of mudslinging and Meyer said she considered running for mayor even before the breakup of her Ive always been interested in politics and have attended several state conventions and been elected to many offices in our she Ive never taken a back seat to anyone during the course of my Nation Blast kills at least three Soil train near end of line AP Fires burned through the night at a fertilizer plant after explosions killed at least three people and left five missing in the ruins offi cials More than 120 others were reported The blasts Wednesday at International Minerals and Chemicals hurled a man into the shattered windows in nearby homes and were felt eight miles witnesses Flying debris damaged a hospital and a I heard a then I saw a fire and I told my daughter that the plant was fixing to blow said Marcha who lives across the It all went blowing me back against my The cause of the blasts wasnt immediately John the companys environmental mana said it may have been caused by a propane gas The explosions occurred as workers were about to check a malfunctioning said Bill operations It wasnt immediately clear how many blasts there Authorities said 123 people were injured and taken to Twentytwo were State Police Wendell Lewis Their conditions were not immedi ately SALT LAKE CITY AP A train that wandered the country in search of a dumping ground for its load of con taminated soil neared the end of the line today at a toxic waste site in despite protests from Dogged by demonstrations and bad publicity as the car go made its way down the East Coast and across the conti CSX which owns the refused to say what time the train would enter or from what Like the New York garbage barge that wandered the ocean in search of dump site in the train had become a symbol of the nations waste The tons of soil were scraped from the ground surrounding a toxic train fire in in The soil contains acrylic a pungent liquid and trace amounts of other The Environmental Protection as well as Michigan and Utah said the soil is not hazard but the load was turned away in at least three The train traveled through West North Carolina and South Carolina in search of a dump Along the protesters chained themselves to the World Angolans agree to end civil war Portugal AP Ango las leftist government and guerrillas have reached a peace accord in one of Africas longest and bloodiest civil with the United States and Soviet Union agreeing to slop arming the Negotiators clasped hands at this coastal resort Wednesday to seal pro visional accords that call for a cease fire at the end of May and Angolas first free elections in the fall of ELECT MARTIN ALLEN COMAL BOARD TRUSTEE I will bring 20 years experience in Admi nistration to the CISD I will work for competitive teacher salaries to insure Quality Education Aggressive Drug Awarerness Board M Accountability and Long MAY 1991 Term VOTE SATURDAY ELECT JOE KUEHLER CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 3 LOOKING TO THE FUTURE I pledge to provide conservative leadership with diligence and My earnest commitment to address the issues includes a desire to listen to your opinions on the challenges we face getting the most benefit from tax our environment and conserving with emphasis on safeguarding the flow of Comal our police and fire Maintaining our heritage through controlled continuing the downtown revitalization efforts and promoting the local economy and As a fourth generation native of New I have a strong love and concern for the citizens of this I will apreciate your VOTE MAY 4 NEW BRAUNFELS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Dona Archive investment As local HEB store director Roy looks unit manager Ray Parker presents a check for to Elliott Knox accepted the donation from HEB Corporation for the Sophienburg Memorial That group is purchasing the 1929 City Hall from the city of New Braunfels to house its Photo by Erik Karlsson Recuperating soldiers hear concert Germany AP About 200 American soldiers recuperating from wounds suffered in the 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