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Madison Capital Times (Newspaper) - April 6, 1990, Madison, Wisconsin M my the capital times outside Dane county volume 97 Wisconsin april 1990 maker charged with fraud associated press Jacob a new York business Man who promised to bring garment manufacturing plants to Central wisc on was charged today with fraud in three business authorities Fri and postal service officials in new York arrested Brach at his Home in on thursday authorities Brach was arraigned in District court in today and bail was set by million secured by Cash consigned by four responsible financial authorities said also known As Jack was expected to Post bail later Brach was charged with two counts of wire fraud and two counts of mail including two counts alleging he fraudulently obtained a loan from the Village of the counts allege Brach wilfully and knowingly devised a scheme using the mail and financial wires to obtain a loan from the Central Wisconsin Village of the part of an 18month project to bring Brach to Central was to be used to develop a former Plant into a knitting the complaint when Village officials asked that the loan be repaid after learning of possible Brach returned a Check in the amount of that could not be the complaint Al the complaint also alleges Brach mis represented his financial background and assets and wrote in checks to contractors for the Randolph project that another charge alleges Brach devised a scheme to defraud Union Carbide in continued on Back Page painful change in Japan Trade re hailed an accidental Effort Drunken driving can to bring that message members of students against driving drunk at Marshall High school simulated a fatal car crash involving Drunken Drivers using drama junked cars and local emergency Rich capital times medical Marshall police officer Jim Hannon at top gave a portable breathalyzer test to Driver Scott emt Paul Anderson assisted victim Michelle Laufenberg As other Ems Washington a and Japa Nese negotiators Are sending their govern ments a remarkable document that seeks to radically alter japanese society and finally reduce americas intractable Trade the Bush administration hailed the Accord reached thursday As a landmark agreement marking a new Era in relations Between the worlds two largest econ but congressional sceptics questioned whether the japanese would live up to their part of the in Tokyo prime minister Tosh Iki Kaifu warned his nation that the com ing economic changes could in some cases be but he promised they would Lead to an improved Quality of life for the japanese the unprecedented agreement Fol Lowed four Days of Marathon bargaining in the known As the structural impediments were devised by the administration last july As a Way to attack the underlying cultural reasons for americas billion Trade deficit with for the first representatives of Sovereign states set about reviewing each others economic failings and making suggestions for from the lengthy lists both governments drafted a set of commit ments that they would be willing to the japanese if implement would be much More far reaching in continued on Back Page dome City property assessments up Tommy is fed up with state symbols we can All breathe a sigh of Relief no More state symbols Tommy after signing a Bill thursday designating Corn As the state was asked whether he thinks the state now has enough were Satu the governor i would love to see this be the last and i dont intend to sign any that Doest Bode Well for the Cranberry which has been touted As the state As one Capitol observer this could ruin Boghs Chance to be the state upstages gov Grace of Madison got in a Good laugh line thursday at the governors Thomp son had just signed a declaration of Early childhood week and was presenting the ceremonial pen to who is Blond and was wearing Horn rimmed glasses and a paper Bunny Rabbit on her whats your name Thomp son asked the child was a Long pause Ahe blurted and whats your name after the laughter someone remarked that the Little girl looks a Little like Tom Lof Blond and bespectacled democratic Assembly speaker who is challenging Thompson for 1 the the governor denied the by Jeff Richgels and Jim Pugh the capital times Madison homeowners face their biggest property assessment increases in nine years in notices mailed the estimated property values used to figure Rose an aver age of percent on residential property and an average of percent on com Mercial according to City offi the cites property tax base in creased percent from billion to City government would col Lect about million More in property tax Revenue without raising the tax rate from the new construction and in creased property mayor Paul Soglin said today he could not pledge a tax rate Cut since it is unclear if Tommy Thompson will approve or veto million in new Aid to the City contained in the recently enacted state supplemental budget More than of the cites property owners will get notices of in while than 500 lost officials City assessors estimate the value of a Home each taking into account such things As property improve ments and comparative Home values and Sale the Rise was the largest since the 11 percent increase in the last of four straight double digit increases moderated with inflation after with a Low Rise of last years in crease was the new Rolls show the City had million in new single family Home construction and million in increased assessments on existing commercial apartments and saw increased construction of reassessments of Commer Cial property amounted to an increase of million in the property tax City assessor Ray Fisher said he expected no great outcry on the it seems like no matter what we we get people who Call or come Fisher continued on Back Page Bridge is Back see 1d late news update soviet Union backs Down on Germany in a major foreign policy development the soviet Union withdrew its demand that a reunified Germany be 1c wherefore Young Pup the capital times told the tale of a deaf Pup whose adoption was being blocked by the Dane county humane they today theres a Happy Shakespeare will be a Madison 3a billion shortfall in bailout the general accounting office today said it will Cost the government billion to close or sell failed savings and Loans and the bailout plan will be a Stag Gering billion so employees buy United after months of the Parent company of United air Ual was sold today to its employees for a share or so inside a main news and names Dane r Mike sports data o photo death q lifestyle Rob dear to weather skies will be Clear ing the Low should be about saturday will be mostly de tails on Page our lakes new commission offers Hope Bym Kelvey the capital times the Yahara Chain of lakes is Madison most visible natural landmark and its most puzzling Environ mental each tangling in the legs of swim mers and catching in boat algae Clouds the water and turns the Shoreline into smelly Green at the weeds have Yahara lakes into Best fishing lakes in the anglers from Mil Waukee Chicago think Noth Earth Day of a series ing of driving to Madison in search of Walleye and but aside from Good most agree the lakes turn foul each landowners along the Lakeshore have been especially calling for More Weed spraying arid scientists know what causes the Weed and algae the High Levels of nutrients from Farmers Fields and Urban Runoff have been Well finding a solution Hast been As its a cultural not an environmental says Arthur a limnology professor at the University of Wisconsin Madison who has spent most of his life studying Lake Hasler and others have known for some time Why the Yahara lakes Are As far Back As the researchers found High Levels of phosphorus in the Lake Lake problems go Back to when continued on Back Page David Sande Luthe capital times years of debate and millions of dollars went into minimizing the damage the new Beatline might cause the Yahara

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