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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 19, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas 40 M053 MIURDFLEX MITCH WOMBLE BOX 45436 TX 75245 307 Body of Mexican national found Tuesday in shack An autopsy will be performed today in Austin on a Latin whose body was found in a shack on private property off Highway 46 and FM 3159 tate Tuesday Comal County Sheriffs Rudy Rubio said the man was from and was approximately 24 years Rubio speculated the man had been dead less than 24 hours when Ron McLeod discovered his body and called the Sheriffs Office about 11 15 The body was found in a shack next to a workers house on private Rubi6 We were unable to visibly determine the cause of so Judge Peace Justice Fred Stewart ordered the Travis County Medical Examiner Roberto Bayardo was to perform the autopsy sometime this There was a mediumsized pool of blood behind his but he had lots of black and it was pretty dark out Rubio So if there was a bullet it would have been hard to locate And still not disturb the body too We didnt want to make Bayardo The body discovered Tuesday night was also a grim reminder of five other bodies found dumped in Comal County this On a man looking at real estate stumbled on some human bones in Whispering Mills The bones turned out to be the remains of 23 yearold Pamela Sue last seen in San Antonio but missing since Two boys hiking in Comal Park on 28 found the See Page 12A Fifteen donations totaling came ft Tuesday and Wednesday for our Cheer Fund pushing our balance over the We now stand at within arms reach of our goal of The goal is to feed 200 local families this and our deadline is tonight at The Center for Christian based at gave us a check for which really gave us a So did two local the New Bfiuiifels Rotary Club and Rotary Interact They each contributed shortly before press time this mor Accurate Litho and Printing of San Antonio and an anonymous donor both gave Three other anonymous donors contributed a total of Sara N R Sehultz and Leonard and Violet Voges each contributed Deryl and Linda Clark and Dyanne Fry both gave and Dawn Hoffman brought a food as did another anonymous v Cheer Fund hoars goal vsx You can bring your contributions cash or non perishable food items by the HeraldZeitung office at 186 Our business office is open from to 5 If you cannot make it by our circulation department will be open until 7 and can accept Cheer Fund All con tributlons are MEANS SMOKE THAN YES WHAT PIP YOU6ET Only 5 days left to shop New Braunfels Wednesday December Ntw TtXM 25 Cents 32 Sections Two die in accident on FM 306 Traffic death toll now 21 for county ByDANASTELL Staff writer Two people were killed and two others were injured when their car was struck broadside at the in tersection of Hunter Road and FM 306 at about 6 The driver of the other car escaped According to police a 1983 Chevrolet station wagon driven by a 54yearold Crystal Beach resident ran the stop sign at the crossroads and was hit on the drivers side by a 1979 Ford station The Chevrolet left the road rolled several and landed about 100 feet from the The driver was prolfounced dead at McKenna Memorial His name and cause of death are not being released pending notification of A James Larson Schreiner of sustained multiple injuries and died during surgery at Their deaths bring the traffic death toll in Comal County this year to Twentythreeyearold Larry Ferguson of also a passenger in the was treated for shoulder and knee Another Edward of Their deaths bring the Comal County traffic death toll to 21 so far this was treated for wrist and knee Both men were released from McKenna Tuesday The police report states that the driver of the Robert Eugene of Dripping was not According to Chevrolet was headedtoward Griiene on Hunter Road when it apparently ran the stop Miller was headed northwest on FM 306 toward Canyon Lake when the accident Millers car sustained frontend Police are not yet sure how fast either vehicle was traveling and say the accident is still under in The death toll represents a 50 percent increase over last with both the Christmas and New Years holidays still to Comal County accidents claimed 14 lives last year nine in the city of New and five in the Two men died in this which wound up upside down near the 306Hunter intersection DERLCLARK HERALD ZEITUNG Comal County inmate indicted for jail escape By DEBBIE OeLOACH Staff writer A Comal County Jail trusty who escaped 30 and was arrested in Houston a week later was among the 11 individuals indicted Tuesday by the Grand Juan Delgado of 2552 Katy had been in jailsince 7 on forgery and aggravated assault charges when he escaped while taking out the On the Grand Jury indicted him for forgery by and escape from The forgery charge stemmed from a check written on the payroll account of Paul Crawford at New Braunfels National Bank that was cashed at Wuests Supermarket on The escape in dictment was also enhanced by a 1982 Comal County conviction for theft over but less than Abelardo Escobedo of 2838 Michigan was indicted for burglary of a habitation with intent to commit sexual The charge related to a 4 incident where Escobedo reportedly walked into a house and exposed himself to a New Braunfels Two Wimberley Lawrence Lee Chesnut of Route Box and Johnny Wayne Norman of Box were each indicted for theft over but less than The offense occurred on and involved the theft of a backhoe from the George McKnown Construction Yard at Canyon Four theft offenses were aggregated against Rosa Linda Valdez of 921 to indict her for theft over but less than The indictment stated Valdez acquired and exercised control over lawful currency valued at or more but less than from Cleven the owner of Tiger Tote at 717 Highway 46 South on and Other persons indicted Tuesday were Ray Martinez of 1618 possession of a prohibited weapon Eddie George Coleman of 345 San aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon two counts enhanced by a Harris County conviction for burglary of a motor vehicle with intent to commit theft Florentine Richard Gonzales of Box Canyon unlawfully carrying a weapon on licensed Donna Kay Davis also known as Donna Kay Ewald of Route Box New burglary of a habitation Thomas Turner of Box Lake attempted sexual assault and Gary James Walker of 2627 San An possession of a controlled substance The Grand Jury also nobilled four per sons Jim Margarit Raughley Richard Servantes and Pedro Angel Inside Water Watch Canyon Lake inllow 622 down 1781 Cjnyon psm owtflovy 400 els up 25QI Tree ckrification Regarding article on trees 104 Wte to makf Berg Once I got it all figured it really got Todays Weather It was foggy with occasional driiite this but it wUl be cloudy to partly cloudy and mild this afternoon and Easterly winds wW be 5 to 10 mph Todays high wil reach dropping to tonight and going back up to atari n Mil CLASSIFIED COMICS DEAR ABB Y CISD seeks eyes for Bunker Road Comal trustees are looking for someone to monitor the Bunker Road railroad crossing before and after so buses can begin to serve children on the other side of the Thats the way discussion con cluded ftiffdjy night on the which has been on the batrdi agfugi for at least two Located off FM 412 near Elementary the railroad has turned into a barrier for whgoi buses bet ween the form road mA f subdivision on iuetor RaulUnit m at bt CISD roundup buses from ever crossing the Board president Leroy GopOson said Tuesday njgbl hed like the district to hire someone who in the subdivision serve as a That person would assist the bm driver and act as a signal if U safe tg cross the tracks when the bws to jiick up the chUdren in the ajid wheo it browgbt Falks fl he bad SBKv to ttr and 27 kids on the JmHfliBp MW concerns but kept CISD along those gama but no out BBS1 China ink pact to return Hong Kong PEKING AP Britain and China signed today a historic agreement that will return Hong to China in ending 156 years of British rule over the prosperous Jn the presence of top Chinese leader Deng dignitaries from both countries and guests from Hong Prime Minister Margaret Tibjtcher ef Britain and Premier Zhao gyipg of China signed the agreement in the Great fell of the Both Thatcher and Zhao praised the For wsteowtelm of the agreement will U on aja experiment unique in the annals of Chinese Under a formula fcnpwn wie it has promised to reiaia ftojftg Kftngs capitalistic lifestyle and traditional freedoms for 50 The who hailed Thatcher for her foresight and sagacity in reaching the accorded her a 19gun salute at a redcarpet state welcome this morning and promised Peking would im plement the historic accord in every From the welcoming Thatcher went straight to almost three hours of talte with Zhao before the signing ceremony in the She told him the signing was a momentous oc the official JOnhua news agency Thatchjw lunched with President Lj
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