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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 8, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Crossword ACROSS 1 Plant leaf 6 Northern European 10 Cabbage dish 14 Very black 15 Declare 16 Greek weight 17 Happening 16 Mature citrus fruit 20 Combat 21 well 23 Slur over 24 Skull cavity 26 Doggoned 28 Holy ones 30 Stop 31ear and 32 Divergent 36 Relative 37 North Dakota city 38 A conjunction 39 Life 42 Malevolence 44 Happy sound 45 in baby talk 46 Horrible 49 King of Tyre 50 Winged 51 Rajahs wife 52 Haveat it 55all fed up 58 Exterior 60 Norse god 61 Nail 62 Practical 63 Heat sources 64 Fodder 65 Religious groups DOWN 1 Beer or tea 2 Volcano output 3 Hatreds 4 Family room 5 Agreement 6 Theme from Zhivago 7 Eager 8 Vigor 9 Before 10 Ore refinery 11 Restrain 12 Battery part 13 Decreased 19 Rent 22 Gloomy 25 Tavern 26 Author Daniel 27 Floating device 28 Spanish yes yes 29 Shortly 30 Easy task 32 Squalid 33 Mystifying 34 Observe 35 Nut source PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 37 Manhandle 40 Long overcoats 41 Deserved 42 Solemn 43 Vegetable 45 Hard liquor 48 Fiber wads 47 Root 48 Moses brother 49 Disliked intensely 51 Annoy 53 Money slang 54 Mine yields 56 Away 57 For shame 59 Amerind 19004543535 ext o or Roliry Phones 500 9be pot minute Reserve officers again focus of area city council meeting ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Writer The dispute concerning the city of Garden Ridges liability for reserve officers working offduty while carry ing guns was again the focus of atten tion at the monthly City Council meeting Police Chief Parus in a report to the said four of his five reserve officers told him that they would transfer their licenses from the city as soon as possible because they felt Mayor Linda Klekar said the coun cil and residents were grateful to the reserve Were not trying to do away with the but our concern is the lia bility of the city by commissioning our reserve who the City Council has appointed as reserve as full time peace she Two residents spoke in strong sup port of the reserve with Bill Pollok saying the council has better things to do than publicly criticize the police department about insignificant issues and have the dispute splashed across the front page of a local Council members scheduled a spe cial workshop session for 20 to discuss changes to the police department manual and to discuss the water department The liability dispute was the topic of a heated 2Vi hour special meeting attended by more than 40 residents Monday The council discussed concerns over city liability related to offduty reserve officers carrying weapons in private parttime employ ment outside the city while Garden Ridge carries their peace officer Council Member Patti White said as a she would file a for mal written complaint calling for an evidenciary hearing on Dudley and his conduct as head of the Dudley responded that he would wel come an but only a pro fessional one by the Texas TLC schedules fall registration SEGUIN New and readmitted students who have not preregistered may register for fall semester classes at Texas Lutheran College on Returning students not pre registerd may register on To obtain a copy of the fall class contact the Registrars Office at Open Kitchen T A Open ut STATION v MR r I August 10 9 Candcc c Gordon Lai d K K K K K Summer Special T Steak Shrimp All Day J After Churcn Special 112 f Shrimp Platter 8 hush puppies Warren Smith Revival Alan Voight Song Writers Nile Jam Nite 381 Landa 6293311 New Texas August 1991 Page 3 Garden Ridge updating codes ByMARKWARNKEN Start Writer The Garden Ridge City Council on Monday updated its building and plumbing codes to require water efficient plumbing fixtures in new and remodeled The conservation recom mended by the Edwards Underground Water require waterefficient shower urinals and other The council unanimously adopted the code Council Member Jay Millikin was directed to move forward on his suggestion to request that area Girl Scouts organize a recycling program at the municipal complex The Scouts currently have a similar program on the second Saturday of each month at an area They col lect aluminum and recyclable Such a Scout program in Garden Ridge might be the first step in an eventual curbside recycling Millikin In other the council Approved a private fundraising effort to raise about for a sign designating the city park as Paul Davis Park after the citys first Hired John Passmore in the water department and approved the hiring of a third Heard reports from the Planning and Zoning Municipal and individual council In the Planning and Zoning Com mission officials briefly dis cussed possible effects on Garden Ridge of the Retama race track planned in The council also directed the commission to participate with the Bracken Volunteer Fire Department in a study on the future location of a Garden Ridge fire In the court the council directed the judge to deny offenders future requests for community service instead of The citys current deferred 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Lafarge and Systech announced a selfimposed timeout on permit applications for burning of supplemental fuels at the cement plant near New At that same the companies announced that they would underwrite the cost of an independent environmental By Southwest Research Institute SwRI was named as the project manager of the environmental We believe these commitments will help address the concerns of the community about the proposed supplemental fuels The independent third party will develop the questions the community wants find the data to answer these and then publicly release all the We remain committed to releasing all the information about this project in an objective and comprehensive Our goal is to help the community understand all aspects of the SwRI recently completed the definition phase of the environmental assessment and is ready to begin the actual study SwRI has stated that once this second phase the community can expect data within 9 That review of events needs to be restated and placed in the context of the unfortunate announcement July 26th by For reasons only they the members of SAFE issued a letter in which they set a deadline of noon August 1 as the time Lafarge and Systech should withdraw its permit We are not going to abide by an arbitrary deadline that has no significance except to generate We are committed to the time We have not and will not ask the environmental agencies to proceed with the permitting process during the time We are and will maintain the status quo so that we can have the option of going forward with the permitting process after the people of New Braunfels have reviewed the environmental assessment report and had their questions We pledge to maintain our including responding to agency inquiries and filing but will not do anything to advance the permitting the issue has become more than It is also an issue of simple of of allowing a comprehensive and open discussion of the environmental aspect of the The environmental assessment will be Whether or not we obtain the the people of New Braunfels and Comal County will have the benefit of a thorough and independent discussion of the coprocessing technology of this proposed supplemental fuels That is and remains our commitment to the Fred President Southern Region Lafarye Corporation Ton President Michel Systech Environmental Plant Manager e Lafarge Corporation SYSTECH Systech Environmental Corporation If you have any questions about this project call or   

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