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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 14, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 a Herald-Zeitung O Tuesday, November 14,1995 Recycling a necessity for Texas By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer At the end of 1992, Texas had an average of 20.3 years of landfill capacity remaining. By 1996, it is expected that there will only be 18 years left. In an effort to increase public awareness and participation in recycling programs, Wednesday has been designated as Texas Recycles Day. “I think it’s an effort to make everyone aware that they need to recycle. It’s very important because of the amount of recyclables that we can keep out of landfills,” said County Commissioner “Moe” Schwab, who organized rural recycling in Comal County. Schwab said after two months, the participation rate in the rural recycling program has reached IO percent. He said the participation rate is continuing increase, and 200 to 250 new households begin recycling every two weeks. He said the amount of recyclable material is also increasing. He said 22.6 tons were collected in the program’s first month, which was a 17 percent diversion rate. In the second month, the amount collected totaled 45.2 tons, which was a 35 percent diversion rate. The goal of the program was to reach 15 percent diversioh for the year. “That’s what we in rural recycling have diverted and kept out of our landfills. That’s the important thing,” said Schwab. The county is involved in several aspects of recycling. These include rural recycling, in-house office paper recycling, Don’t Bag It program through the Extension Service, which promotes putting yard clippings in mulch piles, and the household hazardous waste collection program with the city. Another program the county is involved in is the collection of used oil and oil filters. Schwab said people can take the oil or the filters to the Road Department on Highway 46. The filters are drained and crushed, and the oil is collected in a large container to be given to a company. For information on recycling locations, call 620-5501. Support for CL reading program strong By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer Jo Ann Landers, community coordinator for the Canyon Lake Adult Reading Program, considers it a success when one person with a reading problem is helped by the program’s tutors. “I feel if we even reach two or three, or even one person a year, it has been worth the effort,” Landers said. For three-and-a-half years, the Canyon Lake Adult Reading program has served adults who want to overcome their reading problems and learn how to function as informed citizens by learning how to read. The program Obituaries Wlllamae Mixon Willamae Mixon, bom on Oct. 6, 1903, in Bogota, Texas, entered rest on Nov. IO, 1995 at the age of 92 years. She is survived by her nieces, Helen St. Claire, of New Braunfels, Texas, Rolene Bukove, of Escondido, Calif., and Lorraine Swain, of Oxnard, Calif.; and numerous great-nieces and -nephews. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1995 at 2 p.m. at Eden Heights Apartments in New Braunfels. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Kirkwood Manor, New Braunfels Hospice, or New Braunfels Presbyterian Church. Funeral arrangements are with Alamo Funeral Home in San Antonio. Estel Burk Peine Estel Burk Peine died peacefully at home Nov. 7, 1995. She was bom Nov. 18, 1902 in Kansas City, Mo. to Joe and Dundee Burk. A lifelong resident of Houston, she had resided in New Braunfels for the past i3 y£ars. She was preceded in death by a son, Robert IMPERIAL IMI I Kl M W \l I ( ( IM KIM,-, 48 Books to choose from Rhoads Interiors 943 N Walnut Ave 625-3477 CM’! AFFORD VIGIL SIDING OI GOOD WIDDOWS? “YES YOU CAN!" We slash profits to the break even point October and November just to keep our installers working through December. • Because of our record-breaking spring and summer, manufacturers are giving us great year-end incentives that we pass on to you. • The bottom line for the homeowner is a huge savings on both material and labor, we offer fixed rate bank financing with rates as low as 8.9% APR. CALL NOW: 349-0111 1-800-638-9975 Wetmore Siding I Trim San Antonio, Texas was started by members of the Canyon Lake-Fischer Club for Family and Community and has since grown into seven volunteers who give their time, effort and knowledge to tutoring adults who want to read. Landers said the tutors and students meet in a place free of distractions, usually the Tye Preston Memorial Library in Sattler. The program has been successful, Landers said, because of the strong support from the residents of Canyon Lake. “We have had great support from the library and the churches (in using their facilities),” Landers said. “And the people from CISD (Comal Independent School District) community Louis Peine and her beloved aunt. Bess B. Burk. Survivors are her daughter, Joanne, and husband Harry Downing of New Braunfels; three granddaughters, Dundee Jones, of Austin, Polly Boone and Darcy Olson, of Houston; a sister. Mary Frances Byron, of New Braunfels; nine great-grandchildren, Davis, Landry, Palmer and Patton Jones; Bnttany and Fred Boone, Carter, Cadee and Carson Olson; three nieces, Lauralee Maddox, Betty Jane Andrews and Mary Fido. Graveside services to be held Thursday, Nov. 16 at 2:30 p.m. Forest Park Lawndale, Houston, Texas. The Reverend Laurens A. Hall of St. John the Divine officiating. Memorials to Young Life of New Braunfels, P.O. Box 312136, New Braunfels, TX 78131. Docppcnschmidt Funeral Home UM STATION from flarprilM Fridays for a limited time education have really helped us. It is definitely ajoint venture from people who are concerned about literacy.” The voluntary organization receives most of their support and materials from the Tri-County Adult Education Cooperative, which serves Comal, Kendall and Guadalupe counties. “The students in our program are intelligent,” Landers said. “But because of a lack of education and opportunities, they have never been given the chance to learn how to read. The people in this program felt the need to learn how to read. Besides, nobody will help you unless you ask for it.” For more information, call 964-3744. $ 1.75 100LL CANYON LAKE AIRPORT Located on the shores of beautiful Canyon Lake. 2,600 ft. lighted runway, new FBO with fireplace, big screen TV, pilot shop, picnic area, volleyball court, shuttle service. Hangars also for rent. (210) 606-0225    •    (210) 906-2220 German market is later this week Weihnachtsmarkt, a German Christmas shopping extravaganza, will be held at the New Braunfels Civic Center on Nov. 17, 18 and 19. The seventh annual German Christmas market will feature a holiday shopping wonderland where visitors can enjoy a festive atmosphere, warm German hospitality, good German food, and can find unique one-of-a-kind Christmas gifts for everyone on their list. Shoppers can also buy raffle tickets for two round-trip tickets to Germany, courtesy of Lufthansa Airlines and the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, as well as many other great prizes. Modeled after the open-air German Christmas markets and promoting German heritage, the Weihnachtsmarkt will feature about 50 booths and thousands of unique and fantastic gifts. This year’s theme, “A Victorian Affair,” will be reflected in decorations throughout the New Braunfels Civic Center, where the three-day event will be held. On Friday, the doors will be open from IO a.m. until 7 p.m. Saturday hours are 7 arn. to 6 p.m., and shopping will continue on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. A special preview night will be held Thursday, Nov. 16, from 6 to 9 p.m., by reservation only. For information, call 629-1572. F.D.I.C. INSU KLD BANK C.D.’s 2 year term - 5.90 % A.P.Y. 3 year term - 6.15 % A.P.Y. 5 year term - 6.35 % A.P.Y. Minimum $30,000 Rales subject lo change Proverbs Financial 609-6986 781 Loop 337 New Braunfels Save 50% and more on AREA RUGS at Rhoads Interiors 625-3477 943 Walnut New Braunfels THtU NOVIMMK MMi NO? VAUD WITH ANT OTHO Off IAS NO SU I STTTl/TIONS PUASI Live Music • Full Bar Tues. - Painted Pony Thor. - Al Barlow Sat.-Ake Night &Mananaiand Call 629-3311 For Pick-up Window V D.J. 4 -^Crosscountry HEY KIDS ...Another Great... Teen Dance! sponsored by KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Council #4183 111 Landa Street 7-11 pm Doors open 6:30 Lock in Dance Admission S5.00 Grades 5-8 only DANCE DATE:    A *£? Friday. Nov. 17 Crosscountry D J. jv rn a Available! ^ GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 629-6400 lH 35 and Walnut Ave. NOW Mon Fri Sal-Surv I and    tnt    jit    12 45, 2:55 THEN    5 05 7 15 ■    Ha    920 K\ce Ventura ll Mo' f" . .f. When Nature Calk 4 j0 / 05    ^    ^    7    0S    \ PG-13 Ti tmh,j$$| jinn i Rival ii IhJ    c.crot 9:40 em iiiw afSSl TCHELL SACCO, D.D.S. is proud to announce that HAEL POSTON, D.D.S; mmm JSSJ1 tmrn •>-** has joined the staff of his Family Dental Practice Planning decorations for the seventh annual German Christmas market, Weihnachtsmarkt, are Helen Hoffmann (seated) and Jean Dorbandt (standing). Benefiting the Sophienburg Museum and Archives, the event will be held Nov. 17-19 in the Civic Center. Nationwide' is on your side. For Auto, Life, Home and all your insurance needs. Dave Howell K-Mart Plaza 1050 IH 35 East, Suite 500 New Braunfels 620-4224 Hi NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Nationwide is on your side « I, I I I is I s: Nationwide i> the proud sponsor of the pqoi^romtse TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Interviewer Winfrey 6 Singer Turner 10 Confront 14 Bass or alto 15 Aroma 16 Atmosphere 17 Bowling lane 18 Ships records 19 — of March 20 Martial arts expert Bruce — 21 Pickling herb 23 Sandpiper 24 Nutmeg spice 25 Incited 27 Sled dog 30 Fish eggs 31 Prayer endings 32 Kitchen item 37 Heart of the matter 38 Plunder 40 Dancer — Ellen 41 Mermaids transport? 43 Ice masses 44 Guy s counterpart 45 Cattail 47 Blockade 51 Approve 52 Itinerary 53 Singer Campbell 54 Gamble 57 Muddy the waters 58 Sorority sister 60 Sturdy fabric 62 Singer Fitzgerald 63 Fabled race loser 64 Written defamation 65 Pops 66 Roman road 67 Breadmaker s need DOWN Cameo shape Chopin or Walesa Annoy Fighter pilot Primes Rang Matinee — 8 Yuletide drink 9 18th letters 10 Dim 11 Check the accounts of 12 Thin pancake 13 Soothed 22 Frost 23 Trickle 24 Part of a year 25 What Hamlet smelled 26 Thickset 27 Droops 28 Pierre s gtrifriend PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 0 HES MIU GI B0HH M BHWHB sumo hwhuuhu rausE BBH UHWUMfflH □□□□a awm wuMUM aaa uaasa fflaam usaaua aaa aaa hqqeihbb arara aaaoaa asrama ana a aaa aaaaa aaranaaa uarauau naaa aaaraamaaaa uimia mara aaraa Haena AK 11-13-95 ELLS C 1995 United Feature Syndicate 29 Plateau 32 — is me! 33 Olympics executive Brundage 34 Bolivia s neighbor 35 Units of work 36 Foolhardy 38 Boast 39 Norwegian capital 42 Fairy-tale giant 43 Vacantly 45 More daring w 46 Small guitar 47 Went wrong 48 Cash: slang 49 Construct 50 Book of maps 53 Actor Richard — 54 All — and the Forty Thieves 55 — out: uses thriftily 56 Slant 58 Greek letter 59 Cereal grain 61 Make haste FAU MMI"’- STUMPED? 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