New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 27, 1996, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 27, 1996

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Issue date: Thursday, June 27, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 27, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas r .p-s . Heratd-Zeitung O Thursday, June 27,1996 O 3 GUADALUPE BASIN RIVER FLOW 6-23-96 BLANCO RIVER Comal Springs 87 cfs 29% of Monthly Norm Canyon Reservoir* Inflow 35 cfs Release 58 cfs •    38 cfs Pass Through •    20 cfs Prom Storage Full Res. Kiev. 909 nisi Reservoir Kiev. Today 905.26 92% of Capacityf San Marcos Springs* 94 cfs 49% of Monthly Norm! ^■ncrete plant to I iPlant south of ffHHlHHI This information is provided by the Guadalupe-Bianco River Authority on a weekly basis during drought to provide the public witli low flow conditions on the Guadalupe River. Guadalupe River at Victoria* 311 cfs*'(Reading of 6-21-96) 9% of Monthly Norm San Antonio River at Goliad •104 cfs Sources of Flow at Victoria Total Flow 9% of Monthly Norm Canyon Reservoir 18.6% Comal/San Marcos Springflow 58.2% Natural llaseflow 23.2% Note: "cfs" « Cubic foot/second (449 gallons/minute) "msl” m Mean Sea Level •Diagrams Reflect Sources Losses and Diversions Not Included ••Fluctuation is due to hydroelectric operations fCakulations of % of storage & springflow have been adjusted to more accurately reflect conditions . ,v* open San Marcos closed last year Heldenfels Enterprises’ President Fred Heldenfels IV announced recently that his company has purchased the Central Texas prestress concrete plant from Heldenfels Construction Materials Inc. and Heldenfels Brothers Inc. Located on Interstate Highway 35 six miles south of San Marcos, the plant, built in 1982, is expected to mote durn double company sales. Heldenfels Enterprises Inc. currently employs approximately 60 in the production of precast/prestressed concrete for the construction industry. The amount of the purchase was not disclosed. The company plans a fast-track start-14) for the plant, which die previous owners shut down in December 1995. Production will start in July on three major projects already obtained for the plant’s backlog, including bridge beams for the President George Bush Tollway between North Dallas and Fort Worth and roof panels for the Samsung Semiconductor plant in Austin. Employment at the second plant will add between 50 and 60 jobs, bringing the company total to more than IOO employees. “Serving South Texas with quality materials and dependable construction has been a family tradition since 1909,” Heldenfeld said. “The San Marcos acquisition helps us continue this tradition and achieve one of our strategic objectives by expanding our precast markets statewide,” he said. Vice President Kuit R. Schriefer repents that M. Doug Fellas, San Marcos plant manager since 1988, has been hired to oversee operations for Heldenfels Enterprises. Schriefer also anticipates rehiring other key plant employees from the area. Fellers is a resident of New Braunfels. Heldenfels Enterprises Inc. is a successor to the family-owned business founded in 1909, a partnership between F. W. Heldenfels Sr. and C. A. Heldenfels, known as Heldenfels Brothers. Originally a lumber and budding materials business, the firm constructed wooden cargo ships during World War I, began dredging shell after the war and for decades served as one of Texas’ leading highway and bridge contractors. Their precast/prestressed concrete operations have helped build notable projects such as die John F. Kennedy Causeway Bridge to Padre Island, the Homeport Pier at Naval Station Ingle side, the new IH-35 overpass in San Marcos, commercial structures and parking garages for hotels, hospitals, office complexes and shopping trails in several Texas cities, including Corpus Christi, Austin, San Antonio, Fort Worth and Laredo. Heldenfels Enterprises today produces precast/prestressed concrete for Texas’ highway, marine/industrial and commercial markets as both contractor and supplier, helping to build some of the state’s largest bridges, prisons, piers, plants and parking garages. (Submitted by Heldenfels Enterprises Inc.) IM. Sd h e W C. Sue We love You Mom & Dad Stammtisch t aariarahln Maw Braunfali IWVV eWV UBWH ■■ WIW ; The Greater New Braunfels Cham-Sjber of Commerce is accepting applications for the Leadership New Braunfels Cass of 1997. The program was ^organized to develop better inframed ; in our community, who may be I in becoming active in leadership rolls in many different areas. It covers areas such as the mechanics of pwamment, History and culture of the Community, the justice system, health Irate and others. J Leadership New Braunfels begins $ept 12 with a reception fra participants and alumni, a two-day overnight Retreat Sept. 14 and 15, and eight once a month, foll-day classes. Tuition is J600 and covers all meals, the retreat ymd course materials. : Applications are available from the Plumber of Commerce office and the jleadline for applications is Aug. 7. pall 625-2385 for more information. Authority has funding available to assist low-income households with their monthly rental payments. Eligible households qualify by income and may apply fra assistance at 300 Laurel Lane on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoons. This is rental assistance for those who live in privately-owned rental units. (Send items to: Herald-Zeitung Stammtisch 707 bandaSt. New Braunfels. TX 78130 Or fax to 625-1224.) Bill D. Davis, M.D. Welcomes Bob Bower, M.D. into his Neurology Practice - Caring for patients with • Headaches    •    Stroke • Back Pain    •    Alzheimer's Disease • Epilepsy    •    Peripheral Neuropathy Their new office is located at 571 N. Union St., New Braunfels For appointments or information, please call 625-6564 * Ti — —    ....    ,    limiiii    rn Safe Bitt    ^ Safer Sitter classes continue! These classes teach 11 to 13 year old youths how to handle baby-sitting emergencies and manage their baby-sitting business. The fee for the two-day, med-ically-accurete instructional course is only $40. The July 17 to 19 and August 7 to 9 class is are filling up quickly, so call 606-9111, ext. 441, to sign up. Summer QED oImmi The adult education program is offering GED classes at the New Braunfels central office in the VEH kichen, located at 430 W. Mill St. The daises are from 7 to 9 pm Monday and Friday. OHIo ProMwna • Problems with armadillos in your yard? Put on Your Armor Foundation will come pick them up and you won’t have to shoot them. Call 560-2125 and POY AF will pick up your pesky dillo. Rental Aaa!at antra The New Braunfels Housing County Rodeo Comal Comity Sheriffs Posse will produce the first annual County Rodeo at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept 14. Events will include Team Penning, Team Roping, Calf Riding, Steer Riding, and Junior and Senior Cloverleaf Barrel Racing. Team Penning jackpot at 7:30 pm Friday, Sept. 13 and Team Roping Jackpot at 8 am Saturday, Sept. 14. First place buckles and cash for Ow senior events. Contestants must be Comal County residents or Comal County Sheriffs Posse member. Entries will be limited and will be on the earliest postmark basis. Entry forms with more information will be available July I, at Rick’s Muffler and Hitch, Becker Motor Co., Comal Saddlery, and die local feed stores. Entries must be postmarked by Aug. 30. 25% Off Our Everyday Low Prices On All In-Stock Wallpaper Borders! Choose from over 42,000 wallpaper SAVE! patterns with our •LOW PRICE GUARANTEE! Find a lowar mica, we'll match iii ■ HS SHei    W™ WI S Hinures reeeH Vie On Interior & CainpuuisiDfi IrtTEPinET Recess OiUUttlit VUU! • Irtigtum liLUUlU: BB    BMBfiKBB BMBBBB •l;|li nwnaw mux-mv mw aam    ap mm flanks 608-0808 ☆Duet (life tit:'J New Braunfels’ Newest Dance Center Hosting July “Meet the Director” classes. Monday and Thusday Classes and a Friday Clinic Call to reserve spaceFall classes to include: Jazz, Ballet, Tap, Modem AU ages - AU levels Monday • Thursday & Saturday classes Call JAR Gymnastics for information 606-0375 1437 S. Walnut 37%-64% Off Custom Order Wallcovering Books Att Traditional and Masculine Patterns! Exterior Paints, Stains, Painting Supplies & Hyde® Prepasted Wallpaper Tool Kit $8.49 Uvular SII.* Roman Border Hanging Kit $7.99 r SIO* More! Sale prices effective through June 30, 1996. AU SAVINGS ARE OFF REGULAR PRICES. Cl996 Th# Sherwin-Williams Company Not responsible for typographical or artwork errors Sherwin-Williams reserves the right to correct errors at point of purchase. bi ttock not crvaiiobie in oil stores Roitems may vary by k ‘Low price guarani— applres to retort safes only Competitor's prico mutt be verifiable See store br detoi/sNEW BRAUNFELS - 364 LANDA STREET UNIVERSAL CITY • 31U1 RAI BOUKER RU 625-8558    (210)    659-1328 ;