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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Coma I County F a i r info. Section E New Braunfels 11V Mi Vol 134 No 183 The stammtiM'h atxne is a heart a arming tm** that shows how neighbors become friends If « Tharp th** artist will call Jim rn Harold there s a tit*** lunch ,n st. • Artists t an have th** sam** if they will send their version of a Marne tiseh anything that serves as a meeting plait* tai ll en Is and neighbors to Harold > slam in tis* h search 7>»7 banda New Braunfels leva** THI ti1 When we use vour Stammtiseh and you M-e t* in a sunday paper call u> Sunday September ?J 1W/ 50 Cent New Braunfels He ' i Kjl)i>sfit j Con'('any. 707 Landa St New Bra* n feis T exas 78" 30 MJSPS 37 7 800; Fe Wurst BowlIndustrial Foundation lends aid to downtown revamping The New Braunfels Industrial Foundation is lending emotional sup {mu I to Hi** (‘handel of t'oiniuert,e in its downtown revitalization eftort as part of it-. effort to bring jobs to the city During Us annual meeting earlier this week tin* foundation pass'd a resolution supporting the move to revitalize the downtown business distnet I made tile motion that the I nun elation puhlieally support the revitalization program even though the revitalization of downtown is not within ttie st o{m- of the traditional in dustnal community said Bob Smith president of Texas Commerce Bank Basically it all boils down to jobs and tin* community We believe a healthy downtown is vital to the im age New Braunfels has historically had See DOWNTOWN Page ?A I he Menu SUSIN! SS b 7A CLASSI! KO I MB COMICS 0 Section 1?A CROSSWORD <A OC AR ABBY 3A I DUCAI ION bB I NI i RI AIN Mf NI UA f AIR SECTION I IM) AAltlDOSCQPt I 7B MONTAG! C Sec lion OPINIONS 4A SPORTS 13 \bk Wf ATH!R ?A say goodbye to th** long hot Vs of summer and say hello pure comfort Skies will Im* rtly cloudy with fair and lid temperatures and light eezes The high Unlay will iii the mid HOs and tonight ** a will dip ik>wn to tif) Plea ut days ami cool evenings e on lap for Two of Ni-w Braunfels *n wi.i have some stories to tell about na tIonai politic* when they gel ba* k to town Ann kuehter an*! Jean Roger* spent the weekend al the Nation.!, Federation of Republic an Women s J4th Biennial ( tm vent ion in Or! an*F* Fla The conv entton has tie**?* dut t*♦**' the largest convention of w< *•,»* political party activists this year .*» well .*s the largest national gats* * mg of Republic an* \n est mate* I tx Al delegates alternates and guests from across the I ruled States were there to hear al; lt#W Republican president la candidates as well as speakers from th#* Reagan admfntstration « * ■ grevs and the Rrpubiican Early Among those address ?>g - ti*' delegates were VS * filar?*. Be****** secretary of education William Brock I at tor secretary Robert Marline; governor of Florida kav i mr governor of Net Task i Vt •*. Kavsebaum I s senator from Ka? sa> Jeanne Kirkpatrick former ambassador to the I nile*! Nations and t s Representative Bar* ara \uianovich President Reagan aU< has traditionally attended the on ien!Min was ex pet ted to show ,{ Koehler anti Roger* ate {'ie*, ‘etI* amt vae president respes tiv« h * the New Braunfels Rep..* at Women i Hut hulks interested in buy cg * kets for the horse races arid r»»d** at tin Comal County hair all Mary Vat at ivVfkl hot more info about the fair see M* lion I in today s j ape* It all starts Wed ne rata y to buy water system which has been a source of cont rover ay in Hie small city Idle folks at the Comal County Ila* I ex as Agricultural h xtensiot, servHe already ai** thinking at*- it I "h ml mas They re set to help you avoid Hi** t hristmas crunch that s that (ranti< phas** we ail go througf three davs before Christmas wb«*n we have \2 dozen cookies to bake * presents to buy arni na cards to send \ program is planned to h* ;• avoid tfi«* rush review menus tor busy nights amt make a holiday planning guide at tin* Hassle hr*** Holidays program s*-t for 7 to p rn s«*pt 2H at tlw* h ^tension offn at IHS W alt tut See ST AMMI ISCH Page TA H , SARAH DUK! Stall Writer Carden Ridge voters Saturday ap prov«*d a SI nj tmiiion tjond issue lo allow the city to purchase th** Garden Ridge W ater t o In what Carden Ridge Mayor Walter Volley t.died a controversy that had burned for recent months the move passed with 204 voters favoring the l*md issue aint la" voting against it Vohey said the city plans to make a lot of*> to tin* water system City < ouncilman keith Richter had not *upp<irted tti«* move to purchase the water system but said saturday evening that most of the people wanted it so we ll do it He said the StiTa.Uit that the city will pas for the system is excessive I didn t support it the move to pm chase th** water system at the price they were asking for it he said More than $ .'ton IWO of the bond Set WATI I? Page 2A Berme Youngblood calls the steps as members ct the Gulf Coast Caller s Co op get into the swing at the 21st Annual Square Dance Fun Sti-Toot Saturuuy dtternoon in New Braunfels The square dancers visited the river city for their Fun Sh Toot as they have on the third Saturday in September tor the majority of the ?1 gatherings to enjoy lots of dancing and to attend workshops on square dancing and on dane e calling Next year s Fun Sti-Toot will be held Sept . 1988, (Photo by Deryl Clark> A detected C anyon toot bail team (above) lines ut to bed! the Cougar school song after Friday night s 10-0 loss to the New Br aune- $ Urn or* s in ttie 12th ann jai V.urst Bowl At right Uni ?t fyifbd k Ray Carri*lo shakes hands with his counterpart at Cany Kelly MuihoMan 44) Tm* muddy game Aas played in front o* a * . house at Unicorn Stadium following ar afternoon hoi1 t * thundershowers I or hie tuo detd« s : * .* * turn to Page 13A (Photos by Defy! C aih)Garden Ridge voters approve $1.05 million Small businesses ask feds for help By DAVID MAY Stat* Writer eighteen area businesses barely able to stay afloat financially after a disastrous summer tourist trade have asked for help from the federal government in the form of economic injury loans The applications were gathered by Friday s deadline in the county t our thouse and are to be sent to the state s Division of Emergency Management rn Austin The informa tion will then be sent to federal offices in Dallas and then to Washington Dr. where considera Hon tor relief will ne considered by the Small Business Administration The business owners who applied for rederal loans requested an ac gregate but unofficial sum of more than $4L> '#*<’ as a result of lost trade caused ny unsate conditions along th* Guadalupe River and at Canyon Lake Estimates ot losses as a result of maximum lake discharges into the river that kept thousands of tourist from visiting the area s waterways would indicate business was off by as much as mi percent or higher in I HH? < ommissioner Clyde Jacobs noted last .v**ek that the SBA ha- no* guaranteed any loans or relief for area businesses and federal program officials lid vc* not indicated whether any or all requests would be approx eel County Judge Fred < lark wrote the state in Aug is? seeking assistance for businesses that depend on Comal County s otherwise bustling tourist industry Businesses locally have seen both extremes ,n recent \ear-that have left many of them barely able to keep t heir doors open A I MIW se * ■ r* drought was followed by an ailing state economy and oil industry that caused a decline in tourist trade for county conces sionaire.x This year had been viewed a.- <>ne for recovery and an increase in numbers of v lsitors to the area w as anticipated, but heavy rains over a two-month period beginning in May caused unsate lake and river conditions that were reported by media statewide Local businesses receiving SBA loans would be required to repay those monies a’ w interest nr rn petrtive interest rat* ch nan* ai one to five year spat A -tat**oft cia1 commented that anv resolutions would likelv occur two to three w eeks atter receivmg application requests Businesses appro* *• ! or economic injury loans are required to -how that no personal ai*t'b ar* available to keep th* nosiness operating and that mc *- , • an no? • * borrowed from an outside sour*. * City swamped with job applications for sanititation director B. SAUAH DUKE Stat# w* iter \s of Friday afternoon    New Braunfels City Hall had been swamped with UH applications for the job of director of the newly created lH*partment of Sanitation and \ chicle Fleet Management We got a whole gang of appd*.a lions City Manager Joe Michie said Friday afternoon We re going to start the process of sc reening out the applicants Monday I hope by the end of the week to have it down to where I can 'tart interviewing next week Friday was tne final day for the ci tv to accept applications for the job that was created when the New Braunfels City Council dissolved the Public Works I>epartment placing th*- road division under the authority of the city engineer and leaving the garbage division and the vehicle maintenance division without a permanent dire*, tor Hopefully well have a decision about who will head the new depart men! made by mid October " Michie said That *..\e- as about three weeks But I want to get the person on line as soon as possible I rn planning to pursue it quickly Michie als** said Friday tf at h« is confident there are a number of qualified applicants City Engineer Bill Dobrowolski has served as intel im public w arks ii en tor since flea By den resigned from the position in August The new infector s position will pay from $ju u*>s lo $32,45* annually Ii mn- anima salary find been IJH 2**7 Hyden s resignation ame at a time when the public wonts depart rnent was coming undei tire from employees because ot alleged unta'r practices The department also was suspected ot having illegal ain .s on See CITY P0ge?ASwing your partner ;