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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 22, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 1 7 New Braunfels Herald April Serving Comal County Home of Leslie Krlewaldt 50 Cents 75 Cents Sunday 109 EDITORS Zeitung presents trt as a guide to celebrati every day of the household chores whi your local utilitys con our clothes out to your is wellinsu er 6 S oil at South Re Keep g high to shade if bt Use biodelr Use natural pest in your Compost food and Dont buy furniture tropical a bucket than one car oil engines ecessary electrical a battery le batteries instead of and Complain about exc rinse dishes rather funning r all leaky e Avoid colored paper tow Plant native trees and wMmSwimww isii Recycling reaps few but good feelings By MANUEL ALVEAR HaraldZeltung Warm weather and Earth Day activities help increase recycling efforts during the summer according to area recy During the past the world has increased environmen tal and recyclers say that this emphasis on their ser vice has encouraged most to con tinue recycling for personal sat According to Kim dispatcher for Wood Sanitation in recycling with that business is done more for the social benefits than for Patterson said that recyclable material brought to the compa ny was strictly for donation and funds raised go to a scholarship fund for local It depends on the people some people dont want to go to the trouble of making separate bags for Patterson Once they hear the cause that its going they like it The which receives referrals from New accepts aluminum and Number 1 and 2 Patterson Commercial plastic containers are marked with three arrows and a number between one and she Wood accepts only those plastic items marked with a one or Wood does not accept newspa pers or and refers dona tions of these items to San Anto I have to say they arent going to make much money from But people and groups will do and it makes them feel Thats their main reason Alton Newell Recycling Company Alton owner of Newell Recycling said that with reduced markets for recycling opportunities are He agreed decreases in the market meant most people who recycle do so to help improve the Newell said the San Antonio based business no longer accept ed plastics or newspaper because of reduced We dropped one load of plastic one time and didnt make enough to pay for the Newell said the recycling increased during the summer because people used more con tainers and were more willing to go out to gather but the environment is more motiva tion than I hate to break their enthusi but I see people bundling and I have to say they arent going to make much money from said But peo ple and groups will do and it makes them feel Thats their main reason Locals work to secure a safe environment By GARY CARROLL HeraldZeltung Although the impetus behind the environmental group Securing A Future Environment was opposing Lafarge Corporations attempt to burn hazardous Board Member Paul Pen nington said the group is dedi cated to numerous environmen tally friendly It was founded by some citi zens who participated in the first town meeting in Penning ton Fifteen hundred peo ple showed up for that meeting and 500 marched through New Braunfels for the rally of people opposed to Lafarges plan to burn hazardous waste in New Braun According to Pennington a nonprofit was organized to defend the New Braunfels environment and has members in Travis and Bexar counties as well as Comal Were not Greenpeaceoriented Pennington Were members of the inde pendent Republicans Pennington said SAFE acts as an advocate for the public health and safety of the residents of New He said the tool most utilized is education of commu nity members and getting out the correct information on environ mental issues that impact the cit izens in this Following the recent decision of Pennington said SAFE will now intensify efforts regard ing the pumping limitations on the Edwards Pennington said SAFE work with John the chair man of the Texas Water Com regarding the Edwards Aquifer and flow of the Comal Springs to come up with ways to preserve them in the present and protect them for the What we have learned form Lafarge is that when our com munity leaders stand together we can protect our way of life in Comal Pennington We think San Antonio could learn a lesson from the Lafarge decision when it comes to the peo ple of New Braunfels protecting their way of life Getting involved can make a Inside Stammtisch Family Ties Lotto BRIEFS 3 CLASSIFIED COMICS 6 CROSSWORD 3 6 2 OPINIONS 4 Qr Wfl 1 MOM f WATER WATCH 2 WEATHER 2 The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung invites its readers to submit items to According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German Stammtisch repre sents a sitting place reserved for a group of special a time set aside for members of a community to gather and share the days See more Stammtisch on page Best Wishes The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung sends Birthday wishes to Roger Dana Michael Engels and Candace Belated Birthday wishes go to Kyle Anniversary wishes go to Lawrence and Debbie The HeraldZeitung will soon begin publication of a column designed to make it easier for those Interested in family ties to pursue information about those or to offer such The Family will include a listing of those seeking genealogical It also will include a listing of family Those seeking genealogical information or planning to hold a fami ly reunion can write a short note and send it to Family The New Braunfels Drawer New Texas Provide the name and phone number of someone we can call for more is no charge for Family Ties For more call David Sullens at Winning numbers AUSTIN Lotto Texas w results of EstimatedonoTexas jack pot million I lltitilH tlitiht
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