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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 14, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas s 5 DERYLCLARK HERALD ZEITUNG Flood reminder Debris left behind in this tree shows just how high the Little Blanco River got during flooding a week Residents of Forest View North located adjacent to the were forced to flee the rising Continued from Page 1A might help us float on the roof and tied it Collard And we went up there and The river came 25 feet above its usual and rose to the porch but the house What I was worried about was some of those big logs coming down through here and hitting the piers and off wed Collard Around 6 the water began to so we went tried to assess the and save whatever we could still he He tried to find his horses and open a gate for but could not get to the After the he found his three mares but the gelding I could see some lights on down through Collard and I was afraid someone in a car got swept off the But it turned out to be one of my own The water had shorted the lights and they came As the water began to rise the Collards decided to Now in the aftermath neighbors wander the banks of the now quiet Little Blanco looking for the lost tagging those that do not belong to helping each other find things Most vehicles had already been but metal storage sheds still litter the lawn chairs dangle from and fencing wire is twisted and strewn where did you see that refrigerator Has anyone seen a little silver tractor are common than Hello or Hows the weather Miles and miles and miles of twisted fencing have been destroyed and most of it will have to be redone new Gammage And there is a lot of damage to county roads Continued from Page 1A and at least 11 others were involved in the largest drug ring ever broken in the San Antonio An Austin man was arrested with VanFlagg and and the from places such as West San and Corpus were jailed soon The ring is believed to have im ported cocaine and metham phetamine from Bolivia and South Canada and West and operated in New New Florida and In the operation allegedly reached across South Texas from Corpus Christi to Austin to Uvalde and San A statement introduced into evidence Thursday by Assistant Attorney Richard Durbin said VanFlagg was the and manager of the drug manufacturingimporting business from June 1976 until All but five of the defendants have pleaded guilty to charges stemming from the including Malte Wieland Dollinger of West are The other three are expected to plead Comal County Sheriffs Deputy Ed who was instrumental in leading federal investigators and a drug enforcement team to the VanFlaggs home in called the incident the biggest thing Ive ever been connected Federal investigators had lost track of the VanFlaggs until an in formant said they might be in the Canyon Lake Mullins was then brought into the investigation to help locate their The couple had lived in many cities under several assumed They had been in the Canyon Lake area about 15 months before their DANAOVERSTREET Crash Continued from Page 1A responded to the Wilsons men also saturated the area with foam to clean up the leaking It absorbed with water into the Wilson Airport personnel pumped the fuel tanks after the men had escaped the Although there was no the plane was heavily The crash occurred at Thursday Police officers and highway patrolmen sealed the airport to incoming traffic for a little more than an It tied us up pretty Wommack Officials at the Federal Aviation who were contacted after the told emergency crews to leave the plane as it landed until their investigation into the incident is complete the Herald Classifieds 6259144 STORE HOURS TO MIDNIGHT A WEEK M MVMH l tit Krogor June IS thru June Right to limit told to Copyright The Kfogor Go Krogering Over 1600 BONUS BUYS Look for the Yellow Tags r CHOICE GRAIN FED BEEF v Boneless Round Steaks KROGER GRADE A Large Eggs HENPIL OF THE WEEK REGULAR LIGHT Milwaukee LIGHT NON RETURNABLE Michelob 6PAK Beer PEPSI DIET PEPSI DIET SLICE 6 PAK CANS LIGHT Pearl Beer Pepsi Cola DIET 6 PAK 6 PAK 12 CANS 32 PLUS NEW CROP Red Plums BLACK Grapes 10 NO 1 RUSSET POTATOES BAG 7 OR GEL Colgate Toothpaste
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