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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 18, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                4 EMPIRE AL Unicorns far cry from being lion Page 11 New Braunfels 202 707 Landa St New Braunfels Texas 78130 USPS 377800 5126259144 Ztituno ofh Sunday October 50 Cents Four 42 Pages This rather this stawmtisch is one of out at ached o a table on display i he Antique Show continuum tomorruw Jl Uw Civic Center nun noon uniil in The figure is walnut and can id hy hand right here in the 1 s of A circa lH4o tu lH7u Tinladies polling the top are railed valid and UK piece it sell is the propci ul luvd u Kurt is one ol several unique ami txMUliful pieves In and chased l like ili The gal Harold spoke ith at Channel Cable In in Antonio Friday told him Fiances Bridges was not quoted i seen in the i mmiilc dN uinen laiy nil New in she is Held The program A ill p in Thursday HI p in Sunday 1 New Biaunfcls High Schinl Boosters ill meet at p in Tuesday i all appaientlv where to do thai St Paul layers will audi lions or the play T 1 I by Pamela Kd wards and directed here Slapleton The performance will IM at 7 p in Monday tninni rnw il M Paul Lutheran Church IHI Nniili Satna Clara There are oui mens parts and two or tfals Anyone i welcome to audition II yen tu know mote i all Jackie Kay Iraham tcstoi ar chilect for the state capitol building will update New Hi aunlels i onei vatiun Sotlets on the pinjei t at p in Oct in I oikc Store iraham spoke to the societv last year and proved an interesting and informative guy Iteiieshinenis will be served Kepubliean Women will meet at 11 iu Monday tomorrow i for a Dutch Treat lunch iuesl will lx See Page 2A Its pumpkin time Good grief Its the Great and its coming to New Braunfels as one of the attractions featured in the Pumpkin Carving Contest beginning at 10 next Saturday on the Main The promotion is sponsored by the Downtown Associa tion Holiday pumpkin carv ing is an od family tradition which has fallen off m popularity in recent said Chuck event adding Were go ing to revive that tradi tion because of we re expecting a good tur There wil be five age levels of competition in cluding elementary school junior high school fami ly and senior Win ners in each category will a gift certificate redeemable at any of the more than 00 Downtown morrriants Winners will gift for categories uqiiM funniest and inckoanterns cvi your pumpkins beginning at 0 a in or carve them at home and bring them up for uagmg at r p m Winning entries will bo displayed m the front win of Henne Hardware at Mh San Antomo At should be a b an atkitt to the pumpkin carv iic more mtotmation oniaM HatlOf a rcrtfi1 Fticilo Doryl riak Partly cloudy to cloudy with an ever so slight chance of showers across the hill Conn try Monday or Tuesday High in the mid 80s at best with overnight in the rns and tiOs Light variable will prevail as we another Indian sum iner 6 7A 118 Sectionl U 3A 9A 58 9A IMSIHESS CLASSIFIED UNNCS CKBHtttU MAI4N1 IOUUHOH 4A 11 14A Its not a problem Michie calls off director search City Manager Joe Michie announc ed Friday he is temporarily calling off the search for a director of the ci tys Sanitation and Fleet Maintenance After reviewing 168 applications for the the city manager did not find the right I have decided after going through interviews and carefully considering the matter to delay ap pointment of the sanitation direc Michie I will either advertise for the posi tion at some future date or leave the position vacant with City Engineer Bill Uobrowolski serving as acting director of these two departments sanitation and fleet I have decided not to hire any of the the city manager Michie declined to specify why he was not satisfied with the Its not a problem per I will say the top applicant could not agree to come at the salary that was of he The advertised salary for the posi tion was from to an Dobrowolski has served as interim director of sanitation and fleet maintenance since Fred former public works resign ed Ryden left his post in the midst of a city managers inquiry in to alleged irregularities in the depar The investigation later found no reason for legal but Michie has said there were problems in the Since Rydens the New Braunfels City Council has approved action to bisect the public works dividing the sanitation and vehicle maintenance division in to a department separate from the road The road division will remain a part of the engineering damages claimed Comal warrants prompt lawsuit State officials support plan for airport upgrade B SARAH DUKE SUM Wnler Male ii I u Kils ur local lepiiseiuitivev ol the New Himnfclv Munu Friday to move lorwaid Aith to improve the lacilily av a relict laciisly for An mm 1 ill final A11 poll A represenlatue ol Ihe Aeioiiaulics CoininisMon said plans tu resurface one the runways and linhlinn at the faciliU are in line with the plan to maintain and up aviation hi million the Male Andeixin supervisoi of air port plan lor the Male lolii New Huunlels at a meeting in San Antonio that they Miould sifk federal fluids as a port loi San Antonio New Hratinlels Municipal Air port IN for a rehevei anpoit for Antonio Anderson sail Hut there s nothing magical aboiii being a reliever II you have high pnoi youre going to be a competitor lor funds anyway Hut we would like you to go ahead and submit application Were very interested in you and would like to have you fill out an application for lunds as a reliever airport i Merrill Coodwyn of Ihe Texas Aeronautics Commission told New Hrauntels representatives that this area is going to grow as an aviation cenlei Your role is going to be changing as the city grows and there is more pressure from the communi ty Yourre gouig to netd to for inulatc plans for development in alwut five he said 1 think most of your future focus will be in the builduig In other ac commodate The meeting Friday in Sail Antonio the lust oi t5 public m considering a statewide plan iu update aviation facilities MeiiilHis of the New liruiuifels Au port Advisory Boajd attended mtvluig as well as Hector i city tu assistant New Itiauntels ami Hill Dobrowoiski engineer i itnc Neele nt Hrainitei Com meicr aiii ijuadalupe Com lineHi piecinct include I tht ineeling The New Hiauniels as a tumesN sei iie an poll and selves general aviation Hie are Uual an port and nxiU opeiatois lease lard trom the busiiuss al Ihe site IMnowolski said the UK A as named a i elu er an poi Antonio UK San Antniuo Council appioved a stiidy the Neu H illlilels and Castiosllle airpoits be ti lighten on lie urban lacilily Although the iedeial Aviation Ad ministration has not oUicialu recogmmi the local site as a tht cii engineer said the ci iv could apply lor grant lunds as such a facility KelieuM would open us up tor another group to compete in lor he said adding that the might do just as well applying lor lumis as a general aualum air poit Another advantage lu iiemg a relievei airport would Uthat San Antonio might actually provide us some money lie Stinson Municipal Air port in San Antomo serves as a relieve airport in that city lobrowolski said reliever airports take the load off hub aii ports by ei v ing business and corporate uiicralt not major an ci all Ilie city eiigiiuvi al air port would Ixa good relieve location loi San Anluiilo and tne inlei national an ports are landlin ked He flight lui all oi the m San Antonio including patterns for Hie two majoi I S Aii Force bases smaller resurfacing at runways and the local air d I he New Page A BY TRAVIS POLING Correspondent A warrant issued from the county attorneys office for the arrest of a man believed to be a violator of coun ty subdivision regulations has of ficials here facing what could prove to be an expensive lawsuit The arrest of Steven president of by the Bexar County Sheriffs Office has prompted to seek repara tions from Comal County and the countys H the 10 warrants issued for the arrest of five illegal subdivision only two were served by the Bexar County Sheriffs deputies in March Both warrants were issued by Comal County for the arrest of Xbranek One of the warrants was for failure to file a subdivision plat and the other for having no plat Zbranek was arrested at his San Antonio business on March 1987 for criminal allegations stemming from investigations by the Comal County Attorneys A demand letter from Zbraneks San Antonio attorney Tom Hall was received by Comal County in late Ju The letter threatened a civil suit against the county and stated a figure of in A petition was filed with the San Antonio Division of the District Court on September 22 naming Com al Commissioners Neil Lorenzo Clyde Jacobs and County Judge Fred Clark as the the defen The petition says that the as a result of the has suffered embar loss of loss of reputa and loss of No dollar amount was stated in the petition as was in the demand Hall says the absence of a dollar figure on the petition is because the matter has not undergone full in vestigation and that he has not yet been able to determine the amount of damage done by the Hall says that the arrest has been a See Fatal accident A 62yearold Fredericksburg woman died Saturday as a result of injuries sustained when she was struck by a car in the 600 block of South Seguin Norma Ben way was struck by a car driven by Kimberly Collazo of New Braunfels at about Benway was struck and thrown atop the hood of the northbound impacting into the according to New Braunfels Police Department investigators will resume their investigation of the accident No charges have been filed against the driver of the car pending the outcome of The injured woman was taken to McKen na Memorial Hospital before being transferred to a San Antonio hospital where the Photo by Oeryl Clark   

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