New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 26, 1985, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 26, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Bfaunfels HtiMZeitung May Public records Bill and Nan listen as Roxolin Krueger dedicates the Breustedt House as the Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture FRANCES Saturday The located at 1370 Church Hill was donated by the It features pieces made in BIRTHS McKenna Memorial Hospital Mark and Pam 1626 1 May Jerry Yvonne 745 Shady View Canyon 7 14 May Mike and Michele 123 Kerry 9 3 May Michael and Gail Star Route Box Canyon 8 1 May Thomas and Debra 1107 7 14 May Esequiel and Rosalinda 748 Churchill 8 May and Catarino 719 San 7 2 May Manuel and Sylvia 2800 Windgate Lot 5 15 oz and 4 14 May Mark and Melanie 1080 8 6 May Outoftown Born to Cary and Pam Williford of 9 3 May Maternal grandparents are and Micky Roesler of Paternal grandparents are and Cary Williford of New FELONIES Municipal Court David presidiflg judge John Duane 116 indecency with a Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace Howard presiding James Conrad Star Route New burglary of a County CourtatLaw Ron presiding judge David Salazar 633 of a habitation with intent to commit sexual MARRIAGES County Clerks Office Ronald Bradley Wilson and Elizabeth Dicola Darrell David Deptawa and Vicki Lynn Norman Brent Milligan and Tina Louise Robert Louis Mills and Jan Kristi Lyle Dean Hutchison and Christine Lynn Herman Randall and Reatha Mae Jerome Bernard Fey and Janice Jeffrey Alan Elder and Donna Domsch Gary Dennis McLellan and Lynne Michelle William Jeffrey Heath and Rondi Edmond Goins and Nelda Yates DIVORCES 274th District Court Fred presiding judge Dottie and Clyde 22nd District Court Charles presiding judge Josephine and Charles and Charlotte County CourtatLaw Ron presiding judge Betty and 207th District Court Robert presiding judge Arlie Fae and Leslie Sylvia Flores and CONVICTIONS 207th District Court Robert presiding judge Maria Route Box welfare placed on probation for four and ordered to pay in FEMA admits errors city can use appeal maps TTlO Kaffrtn 10 ntjnrt The battle is Officials of the Federal Emergency Management Agency have admitted their flood maps contain errors and will conduct a new study of the areas elevations for a new set of And until FEMA completes the new the city has permission to use flood elevation maps drawn by a locally hired engineering Last Huston and Associates retained by a property owners group and also by the city appealed the FEMA saying FEMAs engineers used incorrect data in calculating the base flood In the the citys planning depart ment was unsure which maps to use in issuing building permits the old preFEMA review maps the 1984 allegedly incorrect FEMA maps or the Huston appeal We met with the head of FEMA for about three hours Wednesday and they had certainly taken a different tactic from when they were here in said Carter one of the leaders of the property owners They said it is up to the city which maps they wanted to The 84 maps were thrown out and there is no flood way any Casteel a city ordinance treats the floodplain and the flood way where building is severely restricted the If you meet the minimum building level and if you can engineering that you do not affect anyone upstream or downstream a building permit may be FEMA has admitted they were much in error and said the city has discretion in issuing building Casteel They said we could start using the appeal maps as of Casteel adding that a restudy by FEMA could take as long as three Thats why the interim is so She said Huston now is adding the base flood elevations to its maps and is drawing the 100 year flood They have its just not all drawn she Casteel explained that builders may have to call the engineers to find out a base flood elevation on particular Casteel said that the property owners group spent on fighting the FEMA maps and more money will be requested so Huston can look again at the elevations along the Guadalupe Huston is a little conservative on the she And were going to be from our money to ask Huston to go back and lighten up the We will be getting closer to the 1976 maps than to the 1984 she We hope to get the maps And it will behoove the citizens to work very closely with the Its not going to be as easy as it she were back to where we can use our Calendar of Events Government Comal County Commissioners 1 City Council Wed City Hall Council Chambers Organizations New Braunfels Art League art free 10 to 5 today Heritage Chorale basement of Seele Hall at First Protestant TOPS Take Off Pounds Laurel Plaza recreation Narcotics Anonymous 8 Our Lady of Perpetual Help If you would like to announce your groups activities in the call us at 6259144 or send us a notice to Drawer New Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 the day before Deadline for Sunday editions is Commissioners plan to authorize bids on Courthouse Annex Just as the new jail is being the Courthouse Annex construction will Commissioners will authorize calling for bids on the Annex in Tuesdays 1 meeting on the first floor of the The architect firm of Chris DiStefano has written the as it did for the The meeting time of com missioners court changed to 1 Tuesday instead of the usual 10 Thursday because neither County Judge Fred Clark nor Commissioner Bill George could be in town for a Thursday Commissioners still have some unfinished business with the new They need to pass a resolution setting the per diem charge for housing prisoners other than county Last commissioners courts discussion and informal agreement to offer the marshal a price of per day has to be Also the sheriffs department needs a transport van to carry prisoners to and from court since the jail will not be in the same building after June Also on the the road department will present com missioners with a copy of the proposed subdivision regulations a project County Engineer Clark Mac McCoy and his staff have been working on for several I would like to see the com missioners set up a workshop on them the new regulations after they have had a chance to study McCoy Other items on the agenda that deal with the road department in clude the awarding of bids for a vibratory roller and for two telephone lines and the equipment to put all three lines on a rotary Also the commissioners will open bids for road construction in Silver an old subdivision in the western part of the Weather POOL Pool Care Maintenance Seminar hetd at TBarM Meeting Room By BioGuard Factory Ex pert in water treatment for pools and May 71 advanced registration suggested above ground pools from 19 off on all chemicals picked up at store 528 thru 6252840 or 18002927809 By Norain THE POOL SOURCE South NewBraunfels miles on Engel off IH 35 Like a good State Farm is with help for your life and health See DICK KOEGLE 822 Walnut New Texas 79130 6256081 JIATI INSUBANCI STATE FARM Insurance Companies Home Offices Illinois HeraldZdtuitg 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 Kramer General Manager Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Robert Dave KramerAdvertising Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Patricia YznagaKing Wire Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal In Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Ben Fifth Carl Schurz Texas forecasts North Texas No rain expected Tuesday or A chance of thunderstorms Temperatures near seasonal nor mals with daytime highs ranging from the mid 80s to near Nighttime lows in the upper 60s and lower West Texas Partly cloudy with a chance of afternoon and evening Cooler Wednesday and Panhandle Lows upper Highs midSOs Tuesday cooling to upper 70s by South Plains Lows near Highs upper 80s Tuesday cooling to the lower 80s by Permian Basin and far west Lows lower Highs lower 90s Cooling to the upper 80s by Concho Valley Lows Highs lower 90s Tuesday cooling to the upper 80s by Big Bend Lows in upper 60s in mountains to upper 60s along the Rio Highs Tuesday near 90 mountains to near 104 along the river cooling to upper 80s mountains to near 100 along the river by South Texas Partly cloudy warm and Widely scattered afternoon and nighttime thunderstorms mainly Daytime highs upper 80s to near 90 Low and mid90s Overnight lows low 70s midand upper 70s Texas weather Thunderstorms rumbled across parts of West Texas late Saturday while most of the rest of the state had sunny Severe thunderstorm warnings ware issued early Saturday evening for Carson County and northern Armstrong Residents in those areas could expect gusty dangerous lightning and possible flooding in lowlying and floodprone the National Weather Service Severe thunderstorms also were entering Lubbock and a warning was issued there Saturday Scatered thun derstorms also developed Saturday afternoon in Southwest the weather service Temperatures mostly were in the but in the 90s in north central and southwestern The 4 extremes ranged from 98 degrees in Wink to 83 in The forecast for North Texas called for clear to partly cloudy through Monday with a slight chance of thunderstorms both Highs both days should reach the upper 80s and mid with lows Sunday from 65 to In West widely scattered thun derstorms were predicted through Lows Sunday night should be in the with highs Monday ranging from the upper 80s to 104 in the Big South Texas should be partly cloudy through Monday with isolated afternoon and evening showers and thundershowers both days in the Hill Country and along the Rio Patchy fog was predicted for the coastal plains both Lows Sunday night should be in the 60s and 70s with highs in the 80s and The nation Thunderstorms brought heavy rain to southern Florida on and scattered showers and thunderstorms were reported from northern New England to the Rocky The storms dumped inches of rain on Key in one hour Saturday af while Miami received inches in the same Showers and a few thundershowers were scattered over northern Minnesota and the across parts of the northern and northern New It was partly cloudy over the and sunny from the midAtlantic Coast to the central and southern Fair skies prevailed along the Pacific New with a reading of 58 tied its record low temperature for the which was set in The low temperature for the nation Saturday morning was 32 derees at Temperatures around the nation at 2 CST ranged from 43 degrees at to 97 degrees at and Brought To You MBcinkNew Brau nfels A Momentum Bank m Mm New 78130 Member MPftHaod FDIC ;