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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 19, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Tx 7990 ■Vol 14«, No. 201 S2^TldD.WcTlJu«l^loi»5 something out," tire arid. Dm uh no newer re Fttri’soor- oer Mick Bate*. ''We gave them all ll not far to all the other restaurants out kittk of opportunities topay up before there th* pay their taxes,” Gillmore now.**    Mkt Eakew aid it will probably be fax*    He arid Flntols employees were rem 45 days before the IRS suctions off credited for the mount deducted (tom the britt! aid Its coolants, lbs mon- their paychecks, but *The American ay raised tem the alerion wffl p> to public hat to make it ap in the fog ■titty the taxes owed by Fbtob. Sate- nm,** ing the burinesa also slope tire busk    The doaure also left several local rreatomoorttfautogtorrilupdelin- cMc dubs iookir! for mew place lo iiaafl tin, nenakfea anil hemal nu meet W-*: father, Gflimoft Mid.    ^BenfaEberabe^er.pdjtidtycteii'- "When abufarere urea those payroll man oftheFritenrel Order of Eagles deductions to capitalize the burinm it Auxiliary, Mid the group has meetii!i ......... am .............. stJlPijp Wtnv Braunfels sweeps Tivy in volleyball opener - See Page eamumaauwwmm nmmsmm 1 sTuMt"016 10/22/99 ' ’ * ISBliSP* ^ffvNICROfUBLISHING *■6*7 E YANDELL DR : V* " IS paQM In two Motion* I Fridty, Aug. 1#, ISM VA, as 9: inside River condition si J in iii ti sc ■ii tap Alii. ST The Comal County Fair Aaao> dadoo acfaolanhip hind pie will be held Satutty, fag. 27 with dinner at 7 pm and danoe re 8 pm at the aits and crafts building at the county fairgrounds on Admiarion iii $15 per person. For defats, eau 606-1000. 1004 loffao Quaan ■ntrfat sought rVpwl finsmty high arfsnftl juuiiM* ire invwo id oonipwc in the 1994 Comal County Rodeo Queen Comew. Ccrererats must be single and jangled yhtifr Ofnwl ast. 1994. school district as of August, Information and entry fbrra will be avaOabie at New Braunfels, Canyon and Smithson Valley High Schools. OartaniMt on tap Aii0.1t Gartenfat will be held a the Beethoven Home in San Antonio on422 Fbreida and S. Aloma The Aug. 19 event starts ■ 530 pm For non infiwymtiong ctll Alfred B. a 625*5206. l.msih^aSe^mllBnn ru hi eau rnuuon AUSTW-lfo tickets oommdy Wednesday agit fa the twice-weakly Lotto Texss i weakly Lotto Texas game, stale lottery officials said. The numbers drawn Wednesday dgbt Item a field of 50 were: 1.26b 29,90,31, and 43. Them ware 155 defats sold with five of the six nuntbaOk with each defat worth $1,994. Them were 10,090 defats with ftnMf ad dx mwihdSy ^ifith cAch winning $111. And them were 195,392 defats sold with three of ail numbers, with each worth an automatic $3. I ^tffy «Xli«i«l«    An jackpot for Saturday night's game will be $28 million. (Iha farflrw# Herald-ZdUmg tater Ut r**Un lo submit fcwiltJlwwriirii. AcooodkiQ to iih! SajptoianBnu^di    and fas    Sm JU af# jpPf ^IPAPO^WaDPI rwpfwmmnm rn Jai* fag ploc# for numbers of thu com-Wt tate you to taw wife nr J This newspaper is AMfali JMl safe Til re rfl pnriaa on rscyoao bankruptcy, listing $217,727 in taxes due, penalties in interna. Late lam month, foe IRS filed addkknl Hem for $90,715 in taxes owed fbr the lea qua^ ter of 1993 and the fiat quarter of this yea. The IRS offioea took possession of the New Bxsunfbls Finkels a about 10*30 Am Thursday. They auctioned off all the perishable fooda2pm *Tte manager was very cordial, voy cooperative. Ste was upset, ba ate understood we ted a job to do and we werejust doing it," aaid Revenue Off- County School zones being watched passes budget $16.2 millim proposal cut to $15.9 million ■yCMM WIMETT SM WW. Comal County Commissioners pasmd a $15.9 million budget Tint* day In tent of tom than IO people in tim fourty The eourt ma twice Thursday, in the morning and evening, to la the public ***Ttr the rnfsnad$161. ■ *• infllkm budget, cut to $15 .9 inillion by thereto affa day. _ "I think people bb comfortable with the budget or they would hive been tem tO fly    fViWy Judge Carter Caaeel, who added ate received few oommert Uc afta papering her budget The court voted 3-2 whh J. L "Aim-bor Bvane and Ned Craigmik opposing, for the budget sad then set the tm ma a 30322 by a 4-1 vote, Craig-mile against. Craigmile said he opposed the anmua of the budga increase, roughly SIJ motion tem fat yea; because the increase was na basad on real growth in the county, ha said, such as iffy    fddftd    miff tin revenues. The new tax rate is about three percent above the effective tax we urging motorist to remeinbar eohooi la _      j    fafajawwpfaw    tyro    iawwooo gun a oncoming troflo In olio a tho mony rohwl zoom In Now Brountsls yootardoy. Now grountalo Mfa I book In essalon retd that apoad faille, pordoulorty school moi apood limits, are boing ontoroad. County orders restrictions at boat ramps By CHAK) HAMMETT Stuff Writer Canyon Lake Many atte people sitdng in packed niwiwii^nffl Court room a the "This is effectively a .893 increase in taxes based on property value incftMSCS uthef thin itssl    or construction," he said. "...You wouldn't betaking $1.1 million out cf reserves." Comal County Couithouae Annex Thursday    (Md    na    na—if to hear about a $16 mAHm* county bud- comas in the legal wmding of ssatrio-non, especially on swimming. "Wha you fays here it ttet when you have people swimming i boa rams, you creme a < BMW WQII ** (aid Qpmrekglgna J i lam year, county reri-deas who mw increara in tteir prep-arty values could aaa a rise in their tax bills. Mqjor cuts, more than $200,000 worth, caune^n^tiheJh^U^^ovora^ accepted a new ffwiw through the Texu Association of rwuAi corafariorai tao rathe budget ebout $100^00 by deciding to rent spice fbr one justice of die pffff twfiMing hated "tteteg toto They ame to hew Aaa county boa rag! and fa more thin one hour and 30 minutes, the subject dominrad the court*! (Miniwifin Whndtouflion finally ocaaadi the ooamitdouen hid Adopted a aaaolu* Hon tfMrHwPnj an tft pfApp iaatii&* den on the use of county boa limps. Wha exactly thorn reariction are remain topic fbr debate which is stet The county's main coactive is to hasp the lamps dear fa the loadii! and mUnwting of hoato. The problem The order prohibits obstructing the ramps or road leading to ramps, diobeying orders to move ftom few cr emergency personnel, picnicing or In thf tff lynp |iff or lo!-terii! The fins range ftom no more than $50 for the first pffrnre to no ■mb then $500 or jill tire fa more then two. Evra tried to rake a motion fa an amendment to the order fishing or swimming ftom the boa ramps or the resorted courtesy docks if any ixia" rflirVftkwii ted to    the »wm»iAwb several times due to the wording regilding swimming, finally matt! to ny “accessing die water for awimming purposes,"    father ming. Assistant County Attorney David Frieeentehn, who drifted the order, reid reetricting swimming —nmd fire wirer itself, and would invite legal MtWi igpint thf fiw^g they try to enforce it "Even though we want to restrict swimming, it's haiti to do when we don't have any juriadidtioo," said County Judge Carter Casted. and the Water Safety Act The county can only control the tamps under tire Road and Bridge Act The judge would like to set up a Citizen AdvtscryQmup to look rn wtet restrictions could be made regarding swimming and what the OBRA would be wflUng to do. Several Canyon Late am reddeato spoke both fa wvf yim swimming restrictions at the tampa. Those fa the rewrkriona generally said they feared fa the reflstyof both swimmers and boaters and (batiked tbs crowded conditione re the nups. Ttere •gaind nid the ramps should he opal to all taxpayers andttet dafiplng tire swimming restrictions would be difficult. Judge Ceded Mid the *— The judge nid activity in the water under falls under jurisdiction of the Guadalupe-Bianco River Authority would also qipiy to parking lorn the boat ramps, to be uaed I only by those using the ramps fa loadizg, nnkwHng fly fidHg tfrf bflWf The    IfirimtfH § fix fate tyf Mfifty fmploywff MMf Aum pfreff*    for wjfft fleered off- Committee recommends funds for new parks prograi By CHAM HAMMETT Staff Wirer Additional $100,000 sought to fund new program to adidt fonds or labor tore fr> ihf    nlfWwnJfc doners Court, not Ona pyfton in a PKW non n,»«Mkoi<Mbiid-81 Diacurekm did ftfiow on county boat ramps, whldt laired ffMivr than Ona hour, however. Tire county had salter released a County Judge Carter Crered wants budget told tire court tire >te* t**oted fiat re two pads prefects, one re to See rotated Canyon Late story, page 2A and the otter re M Se# county Bike! Field In budget peg# 1A NawBreuaMa. MSee boff Cores tenon- ramp#, page 1A •trusting • Canyon Den Farit woald tie amund $400,000, those fbr Bike! Field improvements would ba about "I we're doing a good job befog ob open m we can possibly be with tire public," tee said. improvt $42,800. CbuBty Eaginaar Tore Honaatb^ a aoreredtrea naafao, Mid the pygfatgi would on    grants, •round $200,000 fa the Canyon Dam Park and $21,000 for Eikd Field, flan the Texas Parks and Wiidiifo Department would be coMtructod over s three year period. "There projects are obviously cow-OO filOO! OOO thing! hfl^JXS!^1* lore" he Mid. The county would contribute $71,000 in 1995, and $67,000 in both 1996 and 1997. The Canyon Dam Park would hqjiMte ff^xyr fttyf fafte*    S|K. fog pisa, camp faro playgrounds, and adonai goitre    we    *te    park and hopefully gre tirem to help with Horneeth said the county would try — ---------- Far news; advertising or subscription information, call 625 9144 (Metro) 606-06 16 ;