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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 14, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 20 HefaidZeHung 0 Tuesday November Recycling a necessity for Texas i By DEMISE DZ1UK Staff Writer At the end of 1992 Texas had an average of years of landfill capac ity 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 its an effort to make every one aware that they need to recycle Its very important because of the amount of recyclables that we can keep out of said County Commission er Moe Schwab who organized rur al recycling in Comal County Schwab said after two months the participation rate in the rural recycling program has reached 10 percent He said the participation rate is continuing increase and 200 to 250 new house holds begin recycling every two weeks He said the amount of recyclable material is also increasing He said tons were collected in the pro grams first month which was a 17 percent diversion rate In the second month the amount collected totaled tons which was a 35 percent diversion rate The goal of the pro gram was to reach 15 percent diversion for the year Thats what we in rural recycling have diverted and kept out of our land fills Thats the important said Schwab The county is involved in several aspects of recycling These include rur al recycling inhouse office paper recy cling Dont 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 loca tions call 6205501 Support for CL reading program strong By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer Jo Ann Landers community coor dinator for the Canyon Lake Adult Reading Program considers it a suc cess when one person with a reading problem is helped by the programs tutors I feel if we even reach two or three or even one person a year it has been worth the Landers said For threeandahalf years the Canyon Lake Adult Reading program has served adults who want to over come their reading problems and leam how to function as informed citizens by learning how to read The program Obituaries was started by members of the Canyon LakeFischer 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 resi dents of Canyon Lake We have had great support from the library and the churches in using their Landers said And the people from CISD Comal Inde pendent School District community Willamae Mixon Willamae Mixon born on Oct 6 1903 in Bogota Texas entered rest on Nov 10 1995 at the age of 92 years She is survived by her nieces Helen St Claire of New Braunfels Texas Rolene Bukove of Escondido and Lorraine Swain of Oxnard Calif and numerous greatnieces and nephews A memorial service will be held on Wednesday Nov 22 1995 at 2 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 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 13 years She was preceded in death by a son Robert 48 Books to choose from Rhoads Interiors 943 N Walnut Ave 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because of a lack of education and opportunities they have never been given the chance to leam how to read The people in this program felt the need to leam how to read Besides nobody will help you unless you ask for For more information call 9643744 Louis Peine and her beloved aunt Bess B Burk Survivors are her daughter Joanne and husband Harry Downing of New Braunfels three granddaugh ters Dundee Jones of Austin Polly Boone and Darcy Olson of Houston a sister Mary Frances Byron of New Braunfels nine greatgrandchildren Davis Landry Palmer and Patton Jones Brittany and Fred Boone Carter Carlee and Carson Olson three nieces Lauralee Maddox Betty Jane Andrews and Mary Flolo Graveside services to be held Thursday Nov 16 at Forest Park Lawndale Houston Texas The Reverend Laurens A Hall of John the Divine officiating Memorials to Young Life of New Braunfels Box 312136 New Braunfels TX 78131 Docppenschmidt Funeral Home NOW and SatSun Ace Ventura II SalSun When Nature Calls GET SHORTY OHN 1MVILH IB FAIR GAME wllllam baMwin i m SatSun OOPiCAT 27004740 ra SatSun German market is later this week Weihnachtsmariot a German Christ mas shopping extravaganza will be held at the New Braunfels Civic Center on Nov 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 oneofakind Christmas gifts for every one on their list Shoppers can also buy raffle tickets for two roundtrip tickets to Germany courtesy of Lufthansa Airlines and the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung as well as many other great prizes Modeled after the openair German Christmas markets and promoting Ger man heritage the Weihnachtsmarkt will feature about 50 booths and thou sands of unique and fantastic gifts This years theme A Victorian will be reflected in decorations throughout the New Braunfels Civic Center where the threeday event will be held On Friday the doors will be open 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Completion of Study Clinlcor r Braunfels Call 18002087023 Weihnachtsmarkt A Victorian Affair Planning decorations for the seventh annual German Christmas mar ket Weihnachtsmarkt are Helen Hoffmann seated and Jean Dorbandt Benefiting the Sophienburg Museum and Archives the event will be held Nov 1719 In the Civic Center eis on your side For Auto Life Home and all your insurance needs i I Dave Howell KMart Plaza 1050 IH 35 East Suite 500 New Braunfels 6204224 NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Nationwide is on ypur side Nationwide is the proud sponsor of the TODAYS 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 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 41 Mermaids transport 43 Ice masses 44 Guys counterpart 45 Cattail 47 Blockade 51 Approve 52 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