New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 8, 1991, Page 3

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August 08, 1991

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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 18 Mature citrus fruit 20 Combat 21 Well. well" 23 Slur over 24 Skull cavity 26 Doggoned 28 Holy ones 30 Stop 3 1 ear and 32 Divergent 36 Relative 37 North Dakota city 38 A conjunction 39 Life - 42 Malevolence 44 Happy sound 45 Horse, in baby talk 46 Horrible 49 King of Tyre 50 Winged 51 Rajah s wife 52 Have at it 55---all: fed up 58 Exterior Herald Ze/fung, New Braunfels. Texas    Thursday.    August 8. 1991    Page    3 Garden Ridge updating codes 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 "Dr Zhivago" 7 Eager 8 Vigor 9 Before pre! 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 B A El R| O c T 0 G R A V S E L E T O P E A C E RI C H A R, O R R Is E L U SH:- I s Pi' N !h IV E A.CT R AR ,S MEER G E IRES P El C si A L A I Y O U R C O L E u R I T E D- I a E 77 L L E L E A D IA R T S M I N G I I D E R M E S A |E A s Y By MARK WARNKEN Staff Writer The Garden Ridge City Council on iMonday updated its building and plumbing codes to require water-efficient plumbing fixtures in new and remodeled construction. The conservation measures, recommended by the Edwards Underground Water District, require water-efficient toilets, shower heads, urinals and other fixtures. The council unanimously adopted the code changes. Also, Council Member Jay Minikin 37 Manhandle 40 Long overcoats 41 Deserved 42 Solemn 43 Vegetable 45 Hard liquor 40 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 OTI I Ii/I DC r^O Call For Answers • o I uiyircu r 1-900-454-3535ext code500. *^ Rotary PtK>ne Reserve officers again focus rf area city council meeting By MARK WARNKEN Staff Writer The dispute concerning the city of Garden Ridge’s liability for reserve officers working off-duty while carrying guns was again the focus of attention at the monthly City Council meeting Wednesday. Police Chief Pants Dudley, in a report to the council, 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 unwanted Mayor Linda Klckar said the council and residents were grateful to the reserve force. “We’re not trying to do away with the reserves, but our concern is the liability of the city by commissioning our reserve officers, who the City Council has appointed as reserve officers, as full time peace officers.” she said Two residents spoke rn strong support of the reserve force, with Bill Pollok saying the council has better things to do than publicly criticize the TLC schedules fall registration SEGUIN — New and readmitted students who have not pre registered may register for fall semester classes at Texas Lutheran College on Aug. 26 Returning students not pre registerd may register on Aug 27. To obtain a copy of the tall cia** { Of* a wamm ,T„. LANDA 0p" UUU Friday* August 9; 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Billy Mala Saturday, August IO; 9 p.m.-2 a n. Cando* c Gordon Lot d was directed to move forward on his suggestion to request that area Girl Scouts organize a recycling program at the municipal complex property. The Scouts currently have a similar program on the second Saturday of each month at an area mall. They collect newspaper, glass, aluminum and recyclable plastic. Such a Scout program in Garden Ridge might be the first step in an eventual curbside recycling program, Minikin said. In other business, the council: • Approved a private fund-raising effort to raise about $500 for a sign designating the city park as Paul Davis Park after the city’s first mayor. • Hired John Passmore in the water department and approved the hiring of a third employee. • Heard reports from the Planning and Zoning Commission, Municipal Court, and individual council members. In the Planning and Zoning Commission report, officials briefly discussed possible effects on Garden Ridge of the Retama race track planned in Selma. 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 department. In the conn report, the council directed the judge to deny offenders’ future requests for community service instead of fines. The city’s current deferred fine-payment plan will continue to be emphasized to those having financial difficulties. Voting at the meeting, led by Mayor Linda Klekar, were Council Members Minikin, John Curtis, John Albracht, Patti White and Reed Switzer. Stocks police dcpanmcm about insignificant issues and have the dispute splashed across the front page of a local newspaper Council members scheduled a spe cial workshop session for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 20 to discuss changes to lite police department manual and to discuss the water department budget The liability dispute was the topic of a heated 2 A -hour special meeting attended by more than 40 residents Monday night The council discussed concents over city liability related to off-duty reserve officers carrying weapons in private part-time employment outside the city while Garden Ridge carries their peace officer licenses Council Member Patti While said that. as a citizen, she would file a formal written complaint calling for an evidentiary hearing on Dudley and his conduct as head of the department Dudte) responded dial ne would welcome an investigation, but only a professional one by the Texas Rangers NEW YORK (AP) Morning docks High Low Lad 63* 62* 63* 4 * AMR Corp AlliedSignal 38 37V. 37* — * AIXTEL Cp 39* 38* 39 — * Am Stew s 41* 41* 41* 4 * Amor TAT 39* 39* 39* — * Ameritcch 61* 60*/. 61 — * Amoco 53* 52* 52* — * AndarkPtr 27* 27 27* 4 * Ark la 16* 16* 16* Armcolnc 4* 4* 4* AllRichfld 122* 122* 122*— * Rakerllugh 26* 26* 26* 4 * BellAU 48* ATA 48* 4 * BellSouth 48 47* 48 4 * Belk Steel 17 16* 16*—* Brwdcn 35* 35* 35* — * Caterpl lr 49* 48* 49* 4 * Cenicl 31 * 31 * 31 * CenlSo West 47* 47* 47* 4 * Chevron 71* 71* 71* — * Chrysler 12* 12* 12*—* Coastal 31 30* 31 CocaCola 63* 63 63* Colgate!* s 40* 40* 40* ComlMell 20* 20* 20* — * CyprusMo 20* 20* 20* DaliScmicn 9 8* 8* — * DcluAti! 74* 73* 74* i * Digital liq 67 65* 6/ 41* 125* 1?4* 125* 4 * 55 54* 55 4 * Dresserin«l $ 21* 21* 21*— * duPont 49* 49* 49* 4 * KOK od ak 41* 41* 41* 4 * El jct Intl ll* IO* IO*—* Hntcrcb I?* 17* 17* Hxxtwi 58* 58* 58*— * l-lCiy Hep I * I * I * Mower Ind IS* 14* 15*4* hoi d M otoi 32* 32* ii* 4 * HTH Cp 30* 29* 30 GnDynam 4 3* 43* 43* 4 * Genii k. i 74* 73* 74* 4 * (jcnMillf s 62* 62* 62* — * Urn Motor s 40* 40* 40* (iii Moll I* k 51* SI* SI* GaPat if Sn* SS* 56* (jlohMai n 4* Aa 4* 4 * Goodrich 43* 43* 43* Good vt ai l9*a 38* 19* 41 * (ii Atip*, *2* 42* *2* Chill Stat IO* IO* IO** * Hoi.burn 19* 39* 39** * Hanson 18* IS* ll* lluu ti IJ 39* 39* 39* IBM 99* 99 99*4 ♦ * IntlPaper ne* 67* 68 * 4 * JohniJhn 92* 92* 92* h man 46* 46 46* 4 Kl og ct I SY. 18* ll* 4 * vjLTV Cp I* I* I* 4 * I mon lad 83* 83* 83*— * vjl oncStar 5* % *4 J* Lowes 32* 32 32 ♦ * Lubys 18* 18* 18* Max us 9* 9* 9* - * May DSI 54 53* 54 — * Medtronic 130 129* 129*- * Mobil 67* 66* 67* Monsanto s 72V, 72* 72* 4 * Motorola 65* 65* 65*4 * NCNB Cp 35* 35* 35* 4 * Navistar 3* 3* 3* — * Nynex 74 73* 74 4 * OryxEngy 34 33* 34 4 * PacTclesis 4 2* 421 * 4 2* PanhECp 12* ll* 12 — * Penney JC 51* SI 51* 4 I* PepBoys 17* 16* 17 4 * Phelps Dod 69* 69 69 — * PhilipPcl 2b* 25* 25*- * Polaroid s 25* 25* 25* 4 * Prim erica 33* 33* 33* 4 * ProclGamb 82* 81* 82* 4 * I* bS NwMx 9 8* 9 4 * SFePacCp n IO 9* IO 4 * Sara!. 44* 43* 43* - * ScarsRocb 41* 41* 41* — * Shrwm s 23* 22V. 22* — * SmthBchm 66* 66* 66* 4 * SmthBch cq n 57* 57* 57* - * Southern Co 2 TA 27* 27* ♦ * Ss slAirl a 27 26* 26* 4 * SwstBcll 54* 54* 54* 4 * Sit rlingdtm 5 4* 4* * Sui.Co 30* TO* 30* * TNP Eat 19* 19* 19* * * Tandy 27* 27* 27* - - * Templlnl 45* 45* 45* 4 * lenncco 42* 40*4 41* 42 Texaco 63* 63* 63*- - * Texas In si 32* 32* 32* - * 1 Tex LUI 38* 3T* 38 - - * Ic XU< WI 33* 13 33* — * DUCT CLEANING A/C Dud & System Cleaning & Sterilization For Mold Dust Mites Polloi INTERIOR ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES Call now tor Free Estimate \ 629-4161 schedule, contact the Registrar’s Office at 372 K040 STATION V Summer Special Steak ft Shrimp $5.95 All Day Sat. & Sun, Burgers J/2_P5ce_ After Church Special 112 PM Lf. 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The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials rose 1.34 to 3,027.95 in the first half hour of trading. 5 4411 KC hall ^    SEGUIN    / I UTI iii ^iTHgmq^mnriiii Cloy Blaker & The Texas Honky-Tonk Band Lafarge (. oiporution, Balcones Plant Open Letter To The People Off New Braunfels And Comal County Lofarge and Systech are dedicated to fulfilling their commitment to the people of New Braunfels and Comal County. On January 15, 1991, Lafarge and Systech announced a self-imposed "time out" on permit applications for burning of supplemental fuels at the cement plant near New Braunfels At that same time. the companies announced that they would underwrite the cost of an independent environmental assessment. By March, Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) was named as the project manager of the environmental assessment We believe these commitments will help address the concerns of the community about the proposed supplemental fuels project The independent third party will develop the questions the community wants addressed, find the data to answer these questions and then publicly release all the information b questions ana men publicly release O' me information We remain committed to releasing all the information about this project in an objective and comprehensive manner Our goal is to help the community understand all aspects of the project SwRI <ecentiy completed the definition phase of the environmental assessment and is ready to begin the octual study phase SwRI has stated that once this second phase begins, the community can expect data within 9 months. That review of events needs to be restated and placed in the context of the unfortunate announcement July 26th by SAFE For reasons only they know, the members of SAFE issued a letter rn which they set a deadline of noon August I as the time tatarge and Systech should withdraw its permit applications We are not going to abide by an arbitrary deadline that has no significance except to generate publicity We are committed to the "time out . We have not and will not ask the environmental agencies to proceed with the permitting process during the time out* We u;e and will maintain the status uuo so that we can have the option of going forwoid with the permitting process atter the people of New Braunfels have reviewed the *nvnonme ltcii assessment report and nod then questions answered We pledge la iKimtuin opt un* including responding ta agency inquiries and filmy deadlines, but will not do anything to advance the permitting process However the issue has become more than permitting It is also an issue of simple justice of fairness, of allowing a comprehensive and open discussion of the environmental aspect of the project The environmental assessment will be completed Whether a« not we obtain the permits the people of New Braunfels and Comal County will liave the benefit of a thorough and independent discussion of the co processing technology and, specifically of this proposed supplemental fuels project That is and remains our commitment to the community Fred Koeste' President Southern Keyicw i lulu* ye CofpCMuiitAM lotn Wittmann, President    Michel Edmottt System ti £mv«/annie* »tu* Corp    Plant Manage* 0 Lafarge Corporation Systech Environmental Corporation lf you hovo any questions obout this project coll 625-7338 or 1-800-888-8011. ;

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