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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Wornick May Murphys map 16 locate here and we1 put In a lot of time of he According to company Executive Vice President William the Idea of ever building a plant here a dead The city dlsannexed the site in November 1985 and since had Install ed a road and utility service to the Michie said it will be up to coun cil to decide whether or not to annex the property back into the I dont see us Immediately annex ing the land Michie That is a prime site for an Industry and the company has said they intend to put the property on the so t dont think we will be in any hurry until we get a better Idea about what Is going to happen with the Michie said the announcement last month by Walmart to construct a distribution center softened the blow of losing On a more positive ground breaking is scheduled next month for a Walmart distribution center adja cent to the site Wortiick had con The general area around the WornickWalmaftColeman in dustrial area is considered the foot print for New Braunfels1 Industrial New Braunfels Utilities are ding water and electrical service Into the and Walmart decision to locate here meant the cost of those extensions would cover all three in dustries for potable allowing improvements of a greater NBU officials Continued from Page A terstate 35 to allow for the storage of wrecked or abandoned Consider second reading of an ordinance amending Appendix A of the code of ordinances adopting new and additional zoning districts gover ning any future zone change requests and any newly annexed property into the city and revising the re quirements for general Consider second reading of an ordinance adopting the annual budget of the city and regulating the payment of money out of the city Consider first reading of an or dinance amending Chapter 25 of the code of ordinances providing for the regulation and licensing of commer cial ambulance services operating within the city Consider emergency reading of an ordinance amending Chapter 6B of the code of ordinances by deleting the requirement of a site develop ment Consider a resolution approving a lease agreement with Daniel McAr thur of the snack bar area in Prince Solms Park and authorizing the city manager to sign lease Consider a resolution authoriz ing the city manager to enter into a professional service contract with Howard McElroy to pro vide professional auditing services for the Consider a resolution accepting the bid of for the reconstruction of the Landa Recrea tion Center in Landa Park and authorizing the city manager to sign contractural Continued from Page 1A short amount of time before run off On average a fourinch rain will bring the soil up to a base saturation After the base point is reached a fiveto sixinch rain will cause Watershed controls in the New Braunfels and Comal County area will help prevent flooding con Says One thing I want to we have control this situa tion will not The soil con servationist does that an 11inch rain within 24 hours will result in flooding in most areas depending on the amount and types of land Despite severe weather condi tions at Canyon Lake this past there seems to be little worry about flooding at the Lee a Park Ranger with the Corps of says that con servation level was only surpass ed after the rains by feet which brings the lake level to a total Hunt says that before water will go over the spillway the lake level would have to reach 943 feet or The runoff into the Guadalupe River above the lake was not of great significance since on Wednesday the income from the Guadalupe was cubic feet and Thursday it had dropped to only cubic Release from the lake remains at the standard 600 cubic feet per Hunt As far as flood control at the were in good Chances of rain continue throughout the Memorial Day Weekend but 11 last week is any in dication of things to a wet spring could have New Braunfels watching for another Consider a resolution authoriz ing the employment of firm of Quick and Evans for the Pahmeyer Road reconstruction from Marion Road south to County Line the closing of pahmeyer Road from devln Drive to County Line Road for the duration of the and authorizing the city manager or designate to sign contracts and related Consider request to name city street rightofway leading to Kuehler Avenue wastewater treat ment Consider authorization to adver tise for bids for the reconstruction of County Line Contractors City Council City Manager Citizens Obituaries Public Records Civil Court Filings Texas District Civil Court Hazel and William Davis Kathleen Barr damages and Divorces Michael Joseph and Sharon Elaine Armas John and Sheree Vallone Roy Allen and Sandra Ann Rauch Mirr s James Milton Meyer and Debra Lou Holcomb John Harold and Gret chen VanHorn Randall William Rigdon and Tracy Lynn Neely David Wendell Byrd and Robin Marie Mills Arraignments Judge Doc Blanchard Precinct 2 Paula burglary of a Earl Duran criminal mishief over and under Earl Duran assault with bodily Gary possesion of Weather Water Watch Comal same Canyon Lake down 215 Canyon Lake 601 cfs same Canyon Uake up idwartis up Fertctft TEXAS Pirtty vam atd humid through Memorial Scattered afternoon and even ing thujvterstprms niainly north to hi mm Highs loudy afternoons and Chance of mainly iftgrnspn gf typ ing thuijdiriiQjrins lively south general Continued quite warm and Daytime highs in the 80s and Overnight lows in the 60s and TEXAS PartJy ploydy Mostly glsydy with sat ttuadtriteimi NORTH TEXAS PirtJy warm and humid with fhance of mountains to nuid 60s south t SMPSS Swwiay ami A Uttte mter Thursday m te uppr ten to te W fiend m is m TEXAS mtiy v j I Harold Jonas Harold Peter of New Braunfels died Saturday at McKenna Memorial Services will 10 Monday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Euclid Moore of New Braunfels Burial will be in Comal Jonas was born He was a retired employee os Mission Valley Survivors include his Sara of the home his Christina Jonas of New Braunfels five Jerry Wayne Rudy and Michael all of New Braunfels and a Roland Jonas of New Memorials can be made to Hospice New Ernest lower a 17year Postal Service employee here in New is the creator of this illustrated map that hangs in the new Post Office on Seguin Visitors and patrons to the New Braunfels postal facility often ask direc tions and Murphys map of fers a clear and unmistakable Murphy said it took him three months to build the frame and stretch and prepare the canvass for the painted map that used up most of his personal garage space for another three mon ths in the Murphy was the first president of the local Art League when that organization was formed in Patron comments have been Murphy The map includes caricatures of local The artist said he received initial com ments that the Unicorn he painted was a wee bit larger than the so he opted for simple school bus figures with the school names printed on the Photo by Leslie Kriewaldt Indictments returned A Comal County grand jury last week returned 24 seven of them in the 22nd State District The panel nobilled only one case Those indicted included the follow ing Wanda Gayle two counts of forgery by passing checks totaling on arrested March 20 Jon Leslie two separate burglary arrested April 20 and April 22 Charles Roy enhanced credit card arrested April 4 Sherri Jean possesion of a controlled substance with Intent to manufacture methanv arrested March 24 Tonya Kurd theft of city funds amounting to arrested May 4 Dolores Triana theft of service by check arrested April Hugh aggravated assault on a peace arrested March 3 Richard John two separate indictments on possesion of a controlled substance marijuana over 4 ounces and possesion of a pro hibited weapon sawedoff double barrel arrested Fernando two counts of possesion of controlled substances cocaine and arrested 27 John Horace felony theft of rental ar rested April Charles Walter credit card arrested March 11 John Steven possesion of controlled substance with intent to manufacture arrested March 24 Pablita Correa forgery by ar rested March 21 Antonio burglary of a arrested March 18 Luciano Daniel burglary of a ar rested April Memorial Day Sale One Day Only Denim and Chambray Prairie Skirts Mattress Pads i r S vv7 Twin Full Queen King Any Size One Day Only Win the Heart of a Graduate Ik Penim skirts are definitely the Now priced with Sterling Silver Starting at for everyones Necklaces Price iwm a beautiful m with of My   

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