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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfelsjexas November Guadalupe calls for bids to renovate center for juveniles Staff writer SEGUIN Guadalupe County Commissioners voted Tuesday to call for bids to renovate a building as the countys new juvenile Maribeth Guadalupe Countys chief juvenile probation of said the facilities will be able to accommodate six juveniles when renovation Is Renova tion of the building Is expected to cost the county about Powers The center will be in a building near Interstate 10 and North Austin Street in The building was purchased by the county last Juvenile probation offices moved into the building in Powers No renovation was needed for the offices to go into the Powers said the county usually has only a few juveniles staying in a detention center in San It is almost impossible to predict how many will be held at one she She added that juveniles are usual ly held in the center after running away from Others are held for minor Currently Guadalupe County pays Bexar County to keep juveniles in the center in San An County Judge James Sagebiel said Tuesday that Bexar County is in creasing the fee for holding juveniles from to more than a Renovation to the Seguin building includes removing one interior installing one door and installing restroom Right now we are concerned about juveniles from Guadalupe said Guadalupe County Judge James We are not trying to build a regional We may be able to work out an agree ment to keep juveniles from nearby counties in the future but not Patricia a Seguin is working with the juvenile center as volunteer in charge of collecting funds and items for the new See Page 14A Christian Academy auction DERYL New Braunfels Christian Academy students John Ashly front Jenny Jenny Jeffrey back row and Nora Starcke dress in Thanksgiving garb and display items that will be for sale at the schools Christmas auction Saturday at the Civic The auction begins at 1 For more information call Weather Deaths Texas humid conditions prevailed across most of Texas today and forecasters warned of the possibility of heavy thunderstorms across por tions of West Texas and North Some light drizzle was reported over Southeast Texas and North Cen tral Texas early but no rain was The thunderstorms were expected to be triggered by the combination of a passing cold front and saturated air covering the state from the Gulf of Only extreme West Texas and the Panhandle had clear skies at Forecasts called for scattered thunderstorms over North Texas and West Texas continuing through It was to be partly cloudy to cloudy Lows tonight will be mostly in the 50s and ranging from the mid 30s in the Panhandle to the mid 70s along the Texas Highs Thursday will be slightly mostly in the Early morning temperatures were in the mid 40s in the Panhandle and Far West Texas and in the Ms and 70s Extremes ranged from 42 at El Paso to 75 at Brownsville and Other early morning temperatures around the state included 44 at at Wichita 69 at Fort G8 at 57 at 71 at 72 at San 71 at 73 at Corpus 70 at San 57 at m at Midland and 42 at El Forecast North TexasScattered thunderstorms some Thunderstorms more numerous Lows 51 to Thursday thunderstorms likely some Turning cooler Highs 5G northwest to 79 West TexasConsiderable and east and mostly fair southwest through A cooling trend beginning far west to day spreading throughout the area tonight and Light rain tonight and Rain and snow mixed Panhandle Lows tonight 30s north and west ranging to 50s Highs Thursday near 40 north to GOs South TexasLate night and morn ing cloudiness with partly cloudy warm and windy afternoons through Turning cooler northwest Thursday afternoon with scattered thundershowers Highs low 80s north to near 90 Lows tonight upper GOs north to mid 70s Port Arthur to Port OConnor Southeast winds 15 to 20 knots increasing to 20 to 25 knots Seas 5 to 7 Partly cloudy skies with widely scattered thundestorms forming Small craft should exercise Port OConnor to BrownsvilleA small craft advisory is in Southeast winds 20 to 25 knots through Seas 5 to 7 feet near shore and G to 8 feet Extended forecast South Texas Cloudy and colder with a chance of rain ending from the west Partly cloudy and cool Overnight lows 40s northwest to the low GOs coastal and south cooling to near 40 northwest and near 50 ex treme south Daytime highs upper GOs northwest to near 80 ex treme south Friday and from the lower GOs northwest to near 70 ex treme south Saturday and Robin Eickenroht Services for Robin Eickenroht of 292 East Main Street will be at 2 today at First Protestant United Church of with the Linwood Kennedy Burial will follow in Lone Oak died 11 at McKenna Memorial f He was born 1907 to Jeff and Elisa nee Hemme Eickenroht in Guadalupe He married Lonie nee Gold on 1933 in He worked as a mechanic at Dittlinger Roller Mills and was also selfemployed for 1G years at Ikes Sharpening He was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Survivors his Lonie Eickenroht of New his Dorothy Mueller of New two Alice Bryan of San Antonio and Elva Strateman of New his Lee Eickenroht of New two grandchildren and two great Memorials may be given to the First Protestant United Church of The remains will lie in state at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home from 10 Tuesday until Frances Mae Coffman Services for Frances Mae Coffman of Star Box 253 Canyon Lake will be at 5 Frances by the with the Vicar Ka ty Riggs There will be no burial following the Coff died 8 at Nix Medical San She was born May 1910 to Lewis and Hattie Hell ing in She was a member of the Episcopal Church also a member of VFW Canyon Survivors her Frances Mae Youngert of her Roy Helling of Califor G grandchildren and 13 great Old Forrester Bourbon 86 Passport Scotch J f Bacardi Rum t Seagrams Extra 2 I Dry Gin 80 MANY OTHER GOOD j Scoresby Scotch f I PRICES Stop in and check out our Rack LET US CLEAN YOUR CARPETS BEFORE EVERYONE KNOWS THEY NEED 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