New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 6, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
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Stewart bai dttmd with tin oounty over the definition of mids and aimi-nudc tin oounty orin. Ho hM
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BULVBRDB - Hundreds picked Xv,- ‘ _ f //* -y »• ^
the Bulverde Community Center Tues- I
day night MMSidMdi asked questions iud listened to ooualy officials coo-06rolm ft nopoftod ittfthkSl'uk ftchftd* uled lo opon then later Ail month.
Ha nightclub, “The Beiver Dun" hM been called I gentleman's dub by li* l ;* 'J-'- .v ‘/f -i ?•**- ■
BUI Stewart, president of Balloon, Inc., -I.-*
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tyoffidali say they will try to prevent
any sexually oriented tarriness (SOB) MUm
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said hit dub does not fall under ooun- MRUfW^jp^ra9^^^ ijXP,
ty definitions of an SOB. mSfMtij
“I said I was not going to debate ittABpr
with anyone what the order says/’ ^^9^ T7jh^^ __^DP1PH|» County Judge Carter Casteel said when 9^^ A ..J® >XXmX9H|Xb Stewart isled her to define the county r
adet ‘That’s for the judge to say. We I
say you can’t, you say you can.” I
County Attorney Nathan Rheinlan* lygrtB! vA*.;/■I?' o*#? £1
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aer marooned civil MVvinies ivninniff
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me wamy bo emoeoc xneir oroer and require the business to obtain a take up to a year. r»J^2SSf
UoenM. He aaiddvil avenues included Residents organized the forum to temporary restraining ocden to kMp hear wins the county would do in cider thapkoe from opening mid temporary to prevent Stewart dan opening die g""™™"
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Kevin Banunert of tbs Texas Alco- ment that he said sexually oriented ftowwl to addrsea the crowd dur
TOcBtoengeOommireion Mid Stew- businesses often annect. mg the manna. (Mom photo)
art taftfy received a beer and wine “I lire djhtMound die block from c^nM County SherWJMk Bremer
license and indicMed on the license there, said resident Jesae Flores. “My and BIN Stewart engage Ina heol-thM he intended to open a bar. He said children ride horses up and down that ad dlaeuaalon momenta aSar the
a petaoo la ad bound by law to keep street.” Bulverde town meeting.
tbit mo primary tautness. Stewart, who lists his addrem in Bul-
Banana* added die county hM the verde, was not allowed to answer ques- speak with residents after the meeting,
right to nmikne SOB’! in a county bora from the crowd because Flores “k was exacdy what I expected and
and that would be the quietest, most said it was a controlled torum, only even more lame,” he said. “Not let-
expodknt manner rathert|w> to go invited guests and officials could ting me talk to my neighbors. I just
Bragi* the state office, which could answer queetiona. He did, however, warned to ask them where's the line.
each rick* worth S24Q2. Hmm were 7,929 rickets with tour of six
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1131. And there were 155,151 tickets sold wiflt tkw of six Bum* bere, with each worth an automen
Lotiero (^fickle asthmas toe jackpot tortoeight'i game will be $23 million.
HgbKst for Humanity
The monthly gsnsml meeting
of the Comal County HriMmt tor Humanity will bs brid M the Dlt-dinger Memorial Libory rt 7:30 pm. Thursday, July 7.
A mfrty meeting tor tai new vohnnears win convene to 7 pm
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All U9SSv6u 111 wUtXilM CXI IDS
rite who have not attended a sato* ty briefing riiould attend.
The general meeting is tor toe
public to be intoned of Bm pui^ pose mid atreus of our koslaflUi" ore's prqject and to meat some of the leaden of the local unit Work on Bm toundsrion ii pending tho approved of a contnot The monthly bond of tomtoms •IU Mil Mn Dilater. My 14 tttk* not MMbodlft Orach of
Canyon Lake teen killed in two-car accident Tuesday
Smithson Valley Control Tech team earns top national honors
Reports show Hawkins made a U-tum and was struck by the dumptruck. Hawkins’ vehicle wit knocked down an embankment and came to rest near a fence.
"He (Hawkins) saw friend of hit on the west bound shoulder. It was a friend of tbs tonally, and ho apparently thought aha might be hiving problems. He WM turning around to go help her," said Trooper Gilbert Lozano, who Inveetfgored tho accident.
Hawkins hoi titan to Brooke Amy Medical Otmf and was pronounced dud to 1:23 pm. Reports show hi was waiting s Mrtbak. Tho driver of the dumptruck WM not Injured
Lozuio said ho tao not soso many acridan* in ta* ame of FM 306.
“TWa is toe fiat one I tame worked in tost awa,” ho mid.
Trooper! (kft Public Satotv'a Highway Patrol in New Braunra Witt continue to invaa* tigrte the aoddnt.
D«t la Moody whrt too SmiBrton Valley RMiComsol Tscbnology team dtdJtamXkiOriaiidObFla.
Tho team, conli ating of Justin Criswall, Bryan Moraloa, Jason O'Brien, and Irk Stevens took top horas ta too OoBMlTsehnolQgydtaK rim of tbs Nsrionsl Technology Stu-
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outsnnding ssoont tradkkn of sue- puter prognm to work with tbs device ”With about 13 minutes left, ho
CSM, inchiding a first place in 1992 “Not loot after they looted rn tbs (Erie) wm still iwaadrre tome glitch-and (Iliad in IPS. problem, Erie looksd up at ma, smiled Mio the program,** said Bd Sir *^a.
In tbs oompeddon, reams, one from and gave the thumbs up sign," said Bred* problem wm solved and ti*
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they bod to darign a sysrem tor ak While Stevens wrote the computer one-half of the teams were actually
ptarreadrtt would warn pilots when a program, O'Brien rod Criswall buiH abb to get make their devices work
According to official* Hawkins wm apparency hying to help a friend who wm having car trouble rn FM 306 when hi was struck by another vehi-
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According to report, Hawkins was driving a 1971 Chevrolet Caman) and wm hooded east rn PM 306. Ho had riowad down and pulled onto the right taf ghoMirtff.
. A truck reactor with dump truok trailer wm headed airt bound on PM 306.
The dumptruck was driven by Sammy Dwayne Schneider of Fredericksburg.How hot is it at your homo?
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