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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas March 2007 HERALDZEITUNG Page 3A Paid advertisements County could see more recycling sites LESLIE ALFRED Leslie Alfred Dedeke took Gods hand and went to his eternal home on March Leslie was born to Leslie Alfred Dedeke and Lora Mae Watson Dedeke on July in New As a young boy he worked at the Brauntex and was a lifeguard at the Lancia Park springfed He was also a Boy Scout and played in the New Braunfels High School He graduated from New Braunfels High School in attended the Univer sity of Texas and graduated in 1955 with a BS degree in He was also in the Navy and joined the Navy soon after graduating from During his Navy career he attained the title of Leslie married Dorothy Marie Theiss of Wisconsin on September He worked as a geophysicist for Unocal and retired in Leslie was a very active member of Cross Lutheran Church in New Texas where he served as an usher and was on the stew ardship He was extremely active with his high school graduat ing class in planning reunions and other social Leslie is survived by a daughter Danica Marie Goode and her husband Alvin of Texas a Leslie Alfred Dedeke III of Magnolia Texas grand Charlotte Jean Dedeke of Hound Texas grandson Anthony Alfred Dedeke of Texas granddaughter Gretchen Marie Dedeke of Texas a great granddaughter Haven Mon roe Dedeke of Round and many wonderful A visitation will be held on March at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New from 1 until A homecoming service for Leslie will be held at 10 on March at Cross Lutheran with the Don Fraker Interment will follow at Comal Cemetery in New Memorial contributions may be made lo Cross Lutheran Church or to the American Diabetes Associa By Jessica Sanders Staff Writer Changes to the Comal County recy cling program could bring more drop off locations to unincorporated County Engineer Tom I lornseth said five recycling locations can be added if the county switches from a sorted to unsorted form of recycling residents can drop plastic and glass recyclable items six collection sites throughout Comal We have had complaints from peo ple stuck in lines at the drop Mornseth said Thursday during com missioners Comal County commissioners are considering outsourcing the sorting of the countys recyclable items to a busi ness in San to make the process more The county currently brings recycla ble items from the six dropoff points to the recycling center at 4755 Texas 46 where Comal County Jail inmates separate the different materials for pro Until Comal Coun tys center also handled recyclable items for the city of New Because the city chose to go to another it has led to a 60 per cent reduction of recyclable materials for ihc Hornseth Comal County Judge Danny Scheel said the city of New Braunfels has switched to an unsorted collection method as part of changes to the municipal sanitation The city now picks up mixed recyclables and contracts with Vista Fibers in San Anto nio to separate the Since New Braunfels is making those changes to the collection they are offering to donate five garbage trucks that they are Scheel Scheel said the five which are in good would allow the county lo have additional collection sites and facilitate a switch to unsorted Precinct 4 Commissioner Jan Ken nady said the court has not yet approved an unsorted recycling col lection commis sioners took the first step in that direc tion Thursday when they voted to accept the trucks donated by the I think this is Kennady But I hope if we do this then we are serious about increasing the num ber of collection Hornseth said the current program employs about 13 people to pick up recyclable while only two would be needed if the county switched to unsorted County jail inmates would no longer be needed at the and could be put to work collecting litter or perform ing other We would use the current facility as more of a storage Hornseth switching to an unsorted col lection method would save the county about a he he said the county has never made a profit from There are other benefits to the com munity such as saving space in the he o Doeppenschmidt FUNERAL IIOMK New Braunfels 830 6253434 DARLENE Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funeral Home for Darlene who passed away on Wednesday at the age of 61 Visitation will be from 3 to 5 Sunday at the Zoeller Funeral Services will be March 2007 MYRTLE MARIE HILDEBRAND Ifjurteral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funer al Home for Myrtle Marie who passed away on Thursday at the age of 69 Visitation will begin at 8 Sunday at the Zoeller Funeral Home and continue until A rosary will be recited Sunday evening at 7 at the Zoeller Funeral A Mass will be conducted on March 2007 at 10 at the Peter and Paul Catholic Interment will follow in the Peter and Paul Catholic ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations at 3 in the Zoeller Interment will be in the Grand Island Cemetery in Grand ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 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