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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Memorial Day Sale One Day Only SrJuH(?<y. SmtliMy Sexo+ce I VS VV S#>n Antonio Si    New    Braunfels    j    \ Page2A    Herald-Ze/fi/np    New    Braunfels    Texas    Sunday    May    24    1987 Wornick_ Continued from Page \ A to locate here and we put In a lot of time of energy.” he said According to company Exec ut ice Vice-President William Barth, the idea of ever building a plant here is, “a dead issue.” The city disannexed the site in November 1985 and since had install ed a road and utility service to the site Michie said it will be up to coun cil to decide whether or not to annex the property back into the city • I don't see us immediately annex ing the land again,” Michie said “That is a prime site for an industry and the company has said they intend to put the property on the market, so I don't think we will be in any hurry until we get a better idea about what is going to happen with the land ” Michie said the announcement last month by Walmart to construct a distribution center here, ‘ softened the blow of losing Wornick " On a more positive note, ground breaking is scheduled next month for a Walmart distribution center adja cent to the site Wornick had considered The general area around the Wornick Walmart-Coleman in dustrial area is considered the foot print for New Braunfels' industrial growth New Braunfels Utilities are extern ding water and electrical service into the area, and Walmart decision to locate here meant the cost of those extensions would cover all three in dustries for potable water, allowing improvements of a greater scale. NRU officials said Budget Ernest Murphy lower right, a 17-year Postal Service employee here in New Braunfels, is the creator of this illustrated map that hangs in the new Post Office on Seguin Street. Visitors and patrons to the New Braunfels postal facility often ask directions and Murphy’s map offers a clear and unmistakable trail 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 months in the process. Murphy was the first president of the local Art League when that organization was formed in 1965. Patron comments have been positive Murphy said. The map includes caricatures of local landmarks. The artist said he received initial comments that the Unicorn he painted was a wee bit larger than the Cougar so he opted for simple school bus figures with the school names printed on the sides. (Photo by Leslie Knewaldt) Public Records_Indictments    returned Civil Court Filings Texas District Civil Court Hazel and William Davis v Kathleen Barr Wuest, damages and injuries Divorces Michael Joseph and Sharon Elaine Armas John and Sheree Vallone Roy Allen and Sandra Ann Rauch Marr i age s James Milton Meyer and Debra Leu Holcomb John Harold Cottrill. Jr and Gret Weather chen VanHorn Randall William Higdon and Tracy Lynn Neely David Wendell Byrd and Robin Marie Mills Arraignments Judge “Doc” Blanchard Precinct 2 Paula C Register, burglary of a habitation. $10,000 bond Earl Duran Owens, criminal mishief over $200 and under $750. $750 bond. Earl Duran Owens, assault with bodily injury'. *750 bond Gary W Messenger, possesion of marijuana. $20,000 A Comal County grand jury last week returned 24 indictments, seven of them sealed, in the 22nd State District Court The panel no-billed only one case presented Those indicted included the follow mg Wanda Gayle Pierce, two counts of forgery by passing checks totaling $75 on Feb 24 arrested March 20 Jon Leslie Romans, two separate burglary indictments, arrested April 20 and April 22. Charles Roy Bell, enhanced credit card abuse, arrested April 4, Sherri Jean Broe. possesion of a controlled substance with intent to manufacture (methamphetamine). arrested March 24. Tonya Hurd Windham, theft of city funds amounting to $90. arrested May 4; Dolores Triana Ward, theft of service by check ($2,840). arrested April 16 Also Hugh B Kincaid, aggravated assault on a peace officer, arrested March J. Richard John Luna, two separate indictments on possesion of a controlled substance (marijuana over 4 ounces i and possesion of a pro hibited weapon < sawed-off double barrel shotgun), arrested Feb 23 ; Fernando Salinas, two counts of possesion of controlled substances (cocaine and methamphetamine), arrested Jan 27; John Horace Smith, felony theft of rental property, ar rested April 9 Also. Charles Walter McCullough. credit card abuse, arrested March ll; John Steven Nolen, possesion of controlled substance with intent to manufacture (methamphetamine), arrested March 24, Pablita Correa Register, forgery by passing arrested March 21; Antonio Arce. burglary of a habitation, arrested March 18. and. Luciano Daniel Reyes, burglary of a habitation, ar rested April I Mattress Pads / - ✓ ^ f x -L - ^ r    ^    y ( * - / 'y / . - ^ - Twin $18.00 Full $24.00 Queen $28.00 King$:S5.00 Continued from Paqe IA terstate 35 W , to allow for the storage of wrecked or abandoned vehicles Consider second reading of an ordinance amending Appendix A of the code of ordinances adopting new and additional zoning districts governing any future zone change requests and any newly annexed property into the city. and revising the requirements for general provisions Consider second reading of an ordinance adopting the annual budget of the city and regulating the payment of money out of the city treasury Consider first reading of an or dinance amending Chapter 25 of the code of ordinances providing for the regulation and licensing of commercial ambulance services operating within the city limits Consider emergency reading of an ordinance amending Chapter 6B of the code of ordinances by deleting the requirement of a site develop ment fee 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 agreement Consider a resolution authorizing the employment of firm of Quick and Evans Co for the Pahmever Road reconstruction from Marion Road south to County Line Road, the closing of pahmeyer Road from devin Drive to County Line Road for the duration of the project, and authorizing the city manager or designate to sign contracts and related documents Consider a resolution author!/. mg the city manager to enter into a professional service contract with Howard McElroy & Co , CPA. to pro vide professional auditing services for the city Consider a resolution accepting the bid of Craco, Inc for the reconstruction of the Landa Recrea tion Center in Landa Park and authorizing the city manager to sign contractural documents Consider request to name city street right-of-way leading to Kuehler Avenue wastewater treat ment plants Consider authorization to adver tise for bids for the reconstruction of County Line Road Contractor's licenses City Council activities City Manager activities Citizen’s communications Adjournment Wet_ Continued from Page IA short amount of time before run off occurs On average a four inch rain will bring the soil up to a base saturation point After the base point is reached a five to six inch rain will cause flooding Watershed controls in the New Braunfels and Comal County area will help prevent flooding con siderably Says Englerth. "One thing I want to stress Where we have control structures, this situa tion will not occur ” The soil con servatiomst does say. however, that an U-inch rain within 24 hours will result in flooding in most areas depending on the amount and types of land cover Despite severe weather conditions at Canyon Lake this past week. there seems to be little worry about flooding at the lake I Lee Hunt, a Park Ranger with the Corps of Engineers, says that con Nervation level was only surpass ed after the rains by 17 feet w hich brings the lake level to a total 909 17 feet Hunt says that before water w ill go over the spillway the lake level would have to reach 943 feet or better The run off into the Guadalupe River above the lake was not of great significance since on Wednesday the income from the Guadalupe was 3.901 cubic feet and Thursday it had dropped to only 1.920 cubic feet Release from the lake remains at the standard 600 cubic feet per second Hunt says. "As far as flood control at the lake, we're in good shape ” Chances of rain continue throughout the Memorial Day Weekend but if last week is any in dication of things to come, a wet spring could have New Braunfels watching for another flood Obituaries Harold Jonas Harold Peter Jonas. 4H. of New Braunfels died Saturday at McKenna Memorial Hospital Services will lo a rn Monday at Poeppenschmidt F uneral Home with the Rev Euclid Moore of New Braunfels officiating Burial will tie in Comal Cemetery Jonas was born Nov 3. 1938 He was a retired employee os Mission Valley Mills Survivors include his w ife, Sara of the home, his mother. Christina Jonas of New Braunfels five sons. Jerry Wayne Jonas. Roy. Mario. Rudy and Michael Guerrero, all of New Braunfels and a brother, Roland Jonas of New Braunfels Memorials can be made to Hospice New Braunfels Denim and Chambray Prairie Skirts Water Watch Comal River............ Canyon Lake inflow..... Canyon Lake outflow.... Canyon Lake level....... Edwards Aquifer........ Forecast SOUTH TEXAS : Partly cloudy warm and humid through Memorial Day. Scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms mainly north and southeast Lows mostly in the 70s except in the 60s HUI Country Highs in the upper 80s to mid 90s. WEST TEXAS:    Partly    cloudy fariwest Mostly cloudy with scattered thunderstorms through Monday. Lows Sunday night 50s Panhandle and mountains to mid 60s south Highs Sunday and Monday 70s Panhandle to mid 90s Big Bend NORTH TEXAS: Mostly cloudy through Sunday night with scattered showers and thunderstorms Partly cloudy with widely scattered thunderstorms Monday. Lows Sunday night 65 to 72. Hight Sunday 82 to •I Hight Monday 86 to 90. Extended Forecast Tuesday through Thursday SOUTH TEXAS: Mostly cloudy late nights and mornings- Partly .......... 375 cfs (same) 1/011 cfs (down 215) ..........601 cfs (same) ...........909.31 (up .05) ...........627.30 (up .02) cloudy afternoons and evenings Chance of mainly afternoon or evening thunderstorms more likely Hill Country and south central Texas Continued quite warm and humid Daytime highs in the 80s and 90s Overnight lows in the 60s and 70s NORTH TEXAS Partly cloudy warm and humid with a chance of thunderstorms Lows will be in the 60s Highs will be in the 80s WEST TEXAS: Partly cloudy with a chance of afternoon and evecing thunderstoms mainly east of the mountains A little cooler Thursday moat sections. Panhandle and South Plains, lows mid to upper 50s, highs lower to mid 80s except upper 70s Panhandle Thursday. Permian Basin and Concho Valley, lows In lower to mid 60a, highs mid to upper 80s except low 80s Thursday. Far west, lows mid 50s to upper 50s, highs mid 80s. 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