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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 13, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                MICROPLEX MITCH WOMBLE Juarez convicted of Holiday Sing planned Sunday handed 45year sentence DEBBIE DaLOACH Staff writer Hector a 32yearold New Braunfels was found guilty ot robbery and sentenced to 45 years in prison by a Cbttial County jury The jury deliberated about three hours to determine Juarez and about an hour to decide how many years he would serve in the Texas Department of Juarez was convicted of robbing Martin also of New near the Daily Double lounge on June Last another Comal County jury convicted David for his part in the Ruiz But Williford opted for the court to decide his and 22nd District Judge Charles Ramsay sentenced him to 26 years in TDC on For the guilty verdict came at Wednesday Then District Attorney Bill Schroeder in troduced into evidence the penitentiary packets on two prior convictions against Juarez to begin the trials punishment Those documents showed Juarez had been convicted for robbery in Comal County on June and for aggravated robbery in Bexar County on As they also served to enhance the range of punishment the jury was to consider to a minimum of 25 years and a maximum of 99 years or Juarez was called to the witness stand by defense at torney Paul and What do you think the jury should do with you Juarez said he was guilty in and in and he The Greater New Braunfels Arts Council is hoping for better weather this year for its third annual Holiday Community Sing Sunday on Main It may rain or turn to the 17 degrees freezer that gripped the town last year at this but it will not be allowed to do so on said Elizabeth cochairman of the Im sure everyone who was there last year will never forget how fast we became quite huddled together for warmth while we And the caroling clipped along at a rate that kept up with our constant jogging in place to keep the blood Mayor Barbara Tieken will welcome the crowds before turning the program over to Dick who will lead the The audience will hear tradtional along with family holiday fun The Christmas Spirits will sing a special and the Family Church under the direction of Rosie will sing Feliz Navidad and lead everyone in Noche de Paz Traffic will be prohibited around the plaza beginning at 5 The sing is scheduled to run from to Elaine Sing recommends that people bring folding chairs and a flashlight to see the words on the singalong sheets after In the event of the sing will be held in Seele Parish Mall on Coll We consider this annual event a celebration of brotherhood and the spirit of that celebration is so tangible for a short there truly is peace on earth in at least one small said Arts Council president Ixris We hope everyone turns out to experience that special See Page ISA Kris The Untold 10 days left to shop New Braunfels Thursday December Ntw Ttxas 25 Cents 24 Pages2 Sections Bhopal emptying esoite assurances A deadly gas What is methyl isocyanate A highly reactive chemical com posed of hydro gen and forming a color less It combines with other chemicals to produce mostly insecticides and It is less toxic than Toxi greatly reduced when mixed with water or Bhopal INDIA Bengal LANKA It has been produced by Union Carbide at only two sites for years at and for five years at It is a basic ingredient of a Union Car bide insecticide sold as Sevin is widely used throughout the world on 150 among them sweet soy and In an estimated metric tons of methyl isocyanate and tons of Sevin were produced in the Half of the Sevin was ealth Gas vapor has an unpleasant odor and burns upon contact with any moist parts of the If inhaled or death may It constricts the nasal making breathing It irritates and damages the It irritates the eyes and can cause It swells throat constricting It swells and fills the lungs with causing Chicago Tribune Graphic Encyclopedia ol Chemical Technology Condensed Chemical Chicago Tribune news reports Union Carbide Pesticide Plant Treemendous winds India AP Thousands of people jammed bus and railway stations and motorists lined up at gas stations today after the government announced plans to neutralize the remaining poison gas at the Union Carbide plant where a leak killed people 10 days They joined tens of thousands who fled Wednesday when Tumors of the governments plan People sat on top of trains and clung to the sides of buses despite frantic official assurances that the neutralization process not harm Many struggled to climb clutching their blankets and cooking At the Bhopal railway hundreds sat near the railway tracks waiting for trains to carry them away from the A railway official said the outgoing traffic had increased three to five times over when an estimated fled this central Indian Fifty percent of the population might have already said Shyam Sunder a railroad Bhopal has a population of The governments announcement Wednesday that it planned to convert the remaining 15 tons of lethal gas See Page ISA Inside Todays Weather Skies cleared somewhat after earlymorning and this mornings 50 percent chance of rain will end with decreasing clouds early this Todays high will reach the Increasing cloudiness and not so warm with a 20 percent chance of The low will be in the upper Yesterdays high was 71 and this mornings low as CANYON LAKE W CLASSIFIED 1214A Cheer Fund Three more contributions totaling came into pur Cheer Fund cotters bringing pur balance up to donaled S25 Undif y contributed Wi COMICS 11A CROSSWORD 12A DEAR ABBY DEATHS 2A HOROSCOPE 3A n0t You can make your taxdeductible contrbuuon Q our fund by twinging 9 check or check tp KALEIDOSCOPE 6B OPINIONS 4A SGRAPBQQK 7B 1 SPORTS 810A STOCKS eeujaiipn fton yy 11A WiATHiR Burglars offer cash to victim A house burglary in Bulverde took an ironic twist Wednesday when the homeowner was offered money for damages by three burglars who were caught in the Sheriffs Investigator Kermit Kroesche said the homeowner en countered the burglars still in her home when she came home from She confronted and made them carry two television sets they already had on the truck back into the Then one of the suspects opened his and offered to pay for the damage done to the victims front She told him she didnt want his and called us with complete descriptions of all three the vehicle and even a license piste Kroesehe said the burglary was very Most suspects deny their involvement to the last ftftUA UbHYL CLARK HERALD I UNU City employees work on a winddamaged tree on East San Antonio this morning Winds lash neighboring towns Comal County spared ByPANASTELL Staff writer Strong winds early this morning caused some minor electrical outages and blew over several trees in New other Central Texas towns suffered more severe The high winds had residents of Seguin and San Marcos saying a tornado swept through their Tornadolike winds removed tertians of carports and roof in Sin struck a on the south side of Winds reaching up to 10 mpn were reported in and a barn roof blew off in Damage in Seguin centered mainly around the eastern part of where utilities were knocked out and high winds shattered large and blew roofs off of The fury of the storm reached this area around 6 this morning and quickly traveled A spokesman at the Awstin weather station said he had seen op radar indication of tornadoes in the New Braunfels Fire Depart ment reported a quiet Police John Wommack said there was a minor traffic accident at about this morning which may have been caused by the slick The rain that blew in with the high winds measured 26 inches at Canyon Lake and inches at KNBT radio sjstion on Loop Spring Branch store reported a haJHneh gf rain feU there over Water Watch Clark briefs heads off budget request ByUUrlAN THOMAS Carnal County has had a policy of oreeiBeH te was in and a new county sheriff KSVa Mptmmtte i ISXtedJ to W miwlrt fnuntv Judffe Fred Clark met WUU to tifi OflO and was hnoinfl to set on Wf MMWW SWJI it ic mark 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