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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                12 New Braunfels HeraWZeitung November 1983 Continued from Page 1 Why not just have a wetdry election and be done with Rabon pointed out that licensed bars make it easier to enforce alcoholic beverage because they give lawmen a place to concentrate their ef Councilmember Betty Lou looking at the statistics in her agenda said there had been six violations of liquor laws filed here in the past I dont call that good she Another council member told her it because the the violators were werent they hazarding a guess that most of those violations were filed against Texas That establishment is no longer in because of the enforcement of the alcoholic beverage Joe Rogers wanted to know how many people left the Crystal Chandelier Rabon said his club was inspected regularly by TABC official Louisi and patrolled by security officers from the Comal County Sheriffs I have yet to see them arrest anybody he The picture I get from talking to people is that starting at this town is full of drunk Rogers Councilmember Barbara Tieken quoted from a letter from County Attorney Bill Reimer I know that some of my most aggravated cases of public intoxication and driving while intoxicated have come from latenight drinking Rabon and Whitworth also made some economic Rabon said closing at and 1 on wouldnt hurt his business in except that it kills New Years he I dont know where you go to New Years or if you But how many people do you think would pay or to come to a New Years party thats going to end at Summer is a different he With daylight savings time in and Comal Countys tourists busy with water sports until nightlife just doesnt start very By the time you get off the take a change clothes and get a bite to its said He doesnt think people would pay a cover charge to dance for just over an the early closing puts us out of he Whitworth said his best crowd shows up between and He has last call for drinks at bar which is 15 minutes ahead of real so that theres plenty of time to get all alcohol off the tables by 2 If theres any businessman in town that can afford to lose 14 hours or their best selling time and still turn a you must have a terrific he told the Roy owner of the Fiddlin was also at the council but did not The Cherokee opened less than six weeks ago with a latehours The new ordinance will have to be read twice more before it becomes and will probably undergo some changes upon second City Attorney John Chunn had originally proposed letting existing 2 permits run until their expiration because he wasnt sure whether the city had the authority to revoke a permit thats been approved and paid for through the Texas Alcoholic Beverages Since the agenda closed last Chunn has discovered that the city does indeed have this authority and he thinks it would be fairer to set one effective date for That businesses whose permits have already expired wont find themselves competing with bars who are still ser ving until 2 he Liquor and latehours must be renewed every Chunn said the council might choose to set the effective date as late as a year from to allow everybody to fully recoup the in vestment theyve Bar owners who chose to renew latehours permits within that year would do so with the full knowledge that those permits would be revoked on a specified I have no problem with said Mayor Pro Tern Laverne But Barbara Tieken said she didnt want to wait that DYANNE FRY Gramm Continued from Page 1 of the candidates in the Democratic But said he has an edge over Krueger in the In the six years that hes been running for the Ive been working for the people of Gramm Krueger almost passed a gas almost beat Gramm In almost wont get you Gramm said he is proud of his accomplishments in He coauthored the GrammLatta which mandated the spending reductions totalling billion in fiscal years He was also a leader in the adoption of Reagans threeyear tax cut and the coauthor of the Bipartisan Recovery Budget of The administration has cut interest rates and inflation Gramm We have created million new jobs in the private he he has been cut from percent to 4 Gramm blamed much of government spending not on established such as but on campaign Many new special interest programs are developed on the basis W which buy and money is funneled into those Gramm Weve got a deficit because spending money is he On recent incidents involving national Gramm said he supported Reagans decision to invade Americans in Grenada were under virtual house Gramm There was also a criminal element on the he said the prime minister had been Because he Reagan Americans who were in jeopardy are not in jeopardy Gramm Gramm said Reagans popularity at election time would affect his If the public accepts the presidents programs as some of that success would reflect on the president being strong will be a factor in this Gramm PATRICIA YZNAGAKINQ County in brief Present County Judge Fred Commissioners Monroe Charles Bill Absent Vote for appraisal directors to Central Tax Apprelaal District Vote Summary Gave 834 of courts total 996 votes to Arnold Remaining 162 votes given to Goorge Consider approval of Lake Hill Vote Summary Gave approval to subdivision subject to approval of water system and receipt of required Set holidays for 1984 fiscal Vote Summary Set following holidays for 1984 April 20 Good May 28 Memorial July 4 Independence 3 Labor Dayl Sept 24 Comal County Fair 2223 2425 31 New Filing of proposed 1984 budget in County Clerks Vote Summary Commissioners voted to file proposed budget of for 30 Budget includes 5 percent pay increase for clerks and deputies for Fischer Community Action Service Center and salary to hire 4 deputies and one investigator for Sheriffs Approval for overtime for Court atLaw Clerks special project of entering court cases in Vote Summary Court cases must be entered by Commissioners put cap on budget expenditure for County Clerk to return to commissioners if amount exceeds that Jail vandalized Two men were charged with criminal mischief after an incident at the Comal County Jail Sunday Charles Chandler of San Antonio and Bruce Ayer of Austin were charged after they reportedly tore down the jails fire According to Sheriff Walter the fire ex tinguisher was the only part of the jail that was He estimated the damage cost to be Chandler and Ayer had been jailed Sunday during Wurstfest on intoxification Continued from Page 1 Amtrak announced that it would be returning luggage to its Bums said she would be getting her luggage sometime Since the she has had to wear some of her daughterinlaws Shes about 6 inches taller than I Burns so Ive got these pants that are dragging on the Burns said the accident would not keep her from riding She will be returning to New Jersey on one later this She hates to Wurstfest Continued from Page 1 PI and 141DWI She said Wurstfestrelated arrests totaled 301 this Broken that included 15 arrests for possession of 13 for possession by a 7 driving license 6 for unlawfully carrying a weapon on licensed 5 for disorderly 3 for making alcohol available to a 9 for possession of drug 1 for failure to and 1 burglary of a Comal County Sheriff Walter Fellers said 1983 offered the best crowd ever at There was less less and the jail population last weekend didnt amount to he A spokeswoman for the Department of Public Safety in San Marcos said Wurstfestrelated DWI and traffic violation arrests in Hays County were down this She also said a traffic fatality on Ranch Road 12 in Wimberley early Saturday morning had no connection with Comal County DPS Bob Holder also mentioned this years absence of any traffic In my seven years this is the second year in a row that DPS hasnt had to work any traffic fatalities during he I have no complaints about Wurstfest We arrested 88 DWIs this and only 39 percent of those were Police Chief Burney Boeck said Wurstfest 1983 was his llth as and the easiest one Ive been as far as police problems City officer worked the fatal traffic accident last year that claimed a New Braunfels family of four on Highway Traffic to and from the festival thii year was somewhat alleviated by a shuttle van service from local and a daily parkandride bus service from San Antonio and Purdum estimated about persons used the service from Austin and San The problem was when we needed the buses we had trouble getting them especially on he Purdum was very enthusiastic over the van service from hotels to the Wurstfest There were no tickets involved for exact usage but I can say the concept was very The bus transportation deal worked out fine for Even though we publicized it it seemed to catch on more toward the festivals he So we definitely have plans to finetune for next Other talk on future improvement has involved more activities for the Purdum The crowd quality has improved over the last five I and this was one of the most A broader crosssection of ages was at this years and we need to offer more for our There were lots of refreshing Purdum People were saying that Wurstfest is the best festival in and that makes us all feel Introducing CENTURY Taste that delivers IN THE MONEY SAVING Warning The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your 1IGHTS 10 FILTER per cigarette by FTC c1M3 R Raynokta Tobacco   

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