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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 11, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Page2A New Texas October 2 juveniles in custody for shoplifting By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Two juveniles were picked up in two separate shoplifting incidents Wednesday only 30 minutes The HEB Food Store manager called New Braunfels Police Department about reporting he had caught a 10yearold taking in When the youth was confronted by the ho took and a foot chase the police report The manager caught the boy across the Officer Martin Mayer responded to the call and took the 10yearold into Another shoplifting incident oc curred at KMarl at 4 A old as caught taking two cassette tapes worth according to the police The complainant stopped the youth as he attempted to leave the store without Officer Robert Diaz Both stores intend to the police reports The 10year old is being charged with theft of more than and less than a Class B The 14year old is being charged with theft of less than a Class C 2 men charged in traffic accident A Fort Worth man was admitted to McKenna Memorial Hospital and two others were arrested after an ac cident on Interstate 35 about Orville of Font Worth was admitted for ac cording to an emergency room Kerry Floyd of 1 Box 1109 was arrested and charged for driving while A passenger in his 45yearold Evel Edward Eldridge of was arrested and charged for public according to the Department of Public Safety Walton had been driving on the inside lane heading south on 135 when he cut in front of Surber who was traveling in the outside Waltons car hit the front left side of Surbers Trooper who investigated the Waltons vehicle then hit a highway flipped and landed on the west side of the frontage Surbers car spun when it was hit and ended up in the median facing the trooper Walton posted a bond and Eldrige posted a Comal County Jail reords Births and Donnie Rocky Ranch San 8 and Gerardo 589 7 12 and Richard 925 Jo 7 2 and Ricky Route Box 472 New 5 3 Weather Texas A polar air mass that has invaded the Lone Star State kept skies mostly cloudy and brought rain through Central Texas early with the chance of precipitation continuing through this Only South Texas had fair skies as the front remained over the nor thwestern half of along a line from Texarkana through Temple to Steamy tropical air lingered in the Travelers advisories were posted from the Panhandle southward across the Permian Basin by the National Weather with a Vfe mile visibility at Patches of light rain spread north of the front in Central Low temperatures were in the 50s and 60s north of the front and 70s to its Extremes were 49 degrees at with fog and and 79 at Winds were light and north over North Central and southeast at near 10 mph over the high A light southeast wind brushed the rest of the Light rain and showers in North Central Texas were from Corsicana and Dallas westward to Seymour and with heaviest activity from Cleburne to Mineral More precipitation was moving into Northwest Texas from eastern New Mexico north of It should remain mostly cloudy statewide with a good chance of rain and a few especially from the Red River valley through the High Highs were expected from the 70s and 80s to the upper 60s in the Forecast North Texas Mostly cloudy through Saturday with a chance of showers and thunderstorms mainly Lows tonight in the Highs Saturday in the mid South Texas Mostly cloudy tonight with scattered thun Partly cloudy Saturday with widely scattered thun dershowers mainly Continued warm and Highs Saturday in the mid 80s to low Lows tonight in the East Texas Tonight and cloudy with a chance of Low in the The Answer is The answers to lifes problems often seem but the key to solving them is very God has a plan for your life that makes sense of all the Find out more about Gods this Sunday at IP FIHST BAPTIST CHURCH 733 Cross 79130 Bright and shiny DERYL Valerie Elliott of Elliotts Antiques in Fredericksburg polishes sterling silver spoons Thursday for the weekend antique show at the Civic Dealers from across the country will have exhibits at the The show began today and runs through 2 men convicted in separate incidents By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Two New Braunfeis men were found guilty for separate crimes this week by Comal County but their punishment will be decided by the Freddie Ray of 206 West was charged with credit card in connection with a Texaco card used to buy gas on June in Comal The card belonged to A Comal County jury deliberated 40 minutes before returning its guilty verdict against Mulkey at In a separate case Andrew of 1105 was found guilty of two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a The charges against him stemmed from an incident on 8 with a fiveyearold Jury deliberations in the Medellin trial began at and ended at with a guilty Both men opted for the court to decide their That hearing has been set for beginning upper Warm and humid again Saturday with a high in the mid South winds 10 Chance of rain 20 percent both tonight and r Extended forecast North TexasContinued warm and humid Sunday with a slight chance of Lows in the Highs in the Turning cooler northwest Monday and southeast tuesday with a chance of thun derstorms all North Texas both Lows Monday 50s northwest to 60s Highs Monday 70s nor thwest to 80s South TexasPartly warm and humid Mostly cloudy Monday and Turning cooler with a chance of showers north Monday and most sections Lows in the 60s north to 70s south Sunday and Lows Tuesday in the 50s north to 70s CLASP sponsors bazaar The Canyon Lake Ambulance Service Project will sponsor a bazaar Saturday as its final effort to raise money to pay for the new am bulances purchased to service the lake The Hill Country contest will highlight the About 20 of the countys most reputable men have entered the beauty contest in which some of the contestants will dress in feminine The contest promises to reach the heights of ridiculous according to Tom one of There will be music and dancing with doggers Food and drink will be available all Several local groups will be selling various The bazaar will be held at the VFW hall in Saltier from 9 until 9 and maybe Gordon CLASP said the organization owes about on the last of the three am The ambulances are fully equipped medical emergency He said he expects the bazaar to raise more than enough money to pay off the ttoraldZfitung USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Susan Editor Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Sandi Mgr Cheryl Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Fdtor David Editor Patricia YznagaKing Wre Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and 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