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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 14, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, September 14, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 5A FISHING ill f& rn !># fPl i Courtesy of Sylvan and Rose DeJardo, Fisherman’s Corner, Canyon Lake Trout Report; Trout to 18 inches, in deep holes, using brown No. 6 wooly buggers, fire tiger 1/16 ounce Berkley Blade Dancers, red wigglers, small minnows and brown Berkley PowerBait with split shot and No. 12 or No. 14 treble hooks. CANYON LAKE Water Clarity: Clear Water Temp: 85 degrees Current Level: 908.56 Largemouth Bass: Good to 4 pounds on black 1/4 ounce spinnerbaits before sunrise in 3 to 10 feet and later on Texas rigged camo/pearlYUM Houdini Shad and watermelon/blue YUM Zellamander lizards near northside points and drop-offs in 10 to 25 feet. Upriver, throw a white Wee Tiny-T spinnerbait or chartreuse 3/8-ounce Berkley Blade Dancer along stickups and ledges. Smallmouth Bass: Good to 3 pounds on drop shot rigged pumpkin/chartreuse tailed 3-inch YUM Dingers and watermelon pearl laminate 4-inch YUM Gonzo Grubs on humps and ledges in 5 to 20 feet. White Bass: Good on live minnows, vertically jigging chartreuse shiner 1/16-ounce Berkley Blade Dancers and trolling pearl white Bomber "A" off main lake points. Crappie: Very good on live minnows and white 1/16-ounce jigs tipped with live minnows around submerged trees, brush piles and standing timber in 6 to 12 feet Stripers: Fair to 10 pounds drifting jumbo minnows and vertically jigging chartreuse 3/8-ounce Berkley Blade Dancers across main lake points at night under lights. Good on live crickets and red wigglers. Channel and Blue Catfish: Fair to 8 pounds on Lewis King's punch bait, cut shad and shad gizzards. Yellow Catfish: Fair to 20 pounds on jug-lines baited with jumbo minnows along ledges in 30 feet. Parent Organizations Community Organizations Clubs • Events Meetings • Sports Stories • Great Deals CATCH IT AU EACH MORNING! Call 625-9144 to subscribe today! HERALD-ZEITUNG There are ways to deal with stress Are you working too hard? Not eating properly? I lave a short temper with your kids or spouse? Well, it may be that you’re stressed out. Do not despair. You are not alone. We all go through moments of stress periodically- But the good news is that this is not a life sentence. You can shorten the term of stress by identifying and avoiding problems and organizing yourself. Stress can take on many forms — exhaustion, temper, unhappiness and bad eating habits. The first step to handling stress is recognition. Recognize the things that bother you — a topic of discussion, workload or an unwanted presence. Avoidance is clearly the easiest way to ward off this feeling. However, many times we must deal with the circumstances that each day presents. Understanding the difference between what can be ignored and what must be dealt with can ease the burden. Time management can also alleviate the pressures of stress. Organizing your thoughts, schedules and duties can help provide focus throughout the day. Always include time dedicated to yourself. Create down time, a relaxing period that will rejuvenate your mind, body and soul. Find time for a candlelit bath, to read a good book or to go out with a friend. Whatever your needs are, do not ignore them. Constantly placing your own needs on the backburner is not healthy — physically or mentally. Eventually, it will take its toll, leaving you feeling inadequate to cope with the day. Did you know: “That stressed spelled backward spells desserts?” I always indulge myself with a luscious dessert when I feel overwhelmed. If you need a break, take time to enjoy this wonderful pie. Table Talk Canyon Lake water sale could be approved today Buttermilk Chess Pie ■ 1 unbaked 9-inch pie shell ■ 1-1/2 cups sugar ■ 1/4 cup all purpose flour ■ 3 each large eggs ■1/2 cup buttermilk ■1/2 cup unsalted butter; melted ■ 2 tbsp, fresh squeezed lemon juice ■    1    tsp. vanilla extract ■ dash of salt MARILYN BUSH Marilyn Bush is a mother of four children anda business owner in Canyon Lake. The Board of Canyon Lake Water Supply Corporation is scheduled to act on a final purchase offer for the assets of the company at its regularly scheduled meeting at I p.m. today. The meeting will be held at CLWSC’s offices in Sattler. The offer, by a subsidiary of SJW Corporation of California, is expected to total nearly $24 million. Upon receiving the offer, the board may issue a recommendation to CLWSC’s more than 6,700 members to accept it. CLW SC spokesman Robert Cast said a special election will likely be sched uled Oct. 15. During the meeting, members will vote on the sale and on a change in the company’s bylaws to enable a cash payment to members. Members unable to attend the election may vote by proxy in which they may designate either the board’s proxy committee or another person of their choice to vote for them on that day. The final offer is expected to call for SJW’s Texas subsidiary to assume or retire CLWSC’s debt, pay transaction costs and taxes, and pay each member the equivalent of one year’s worth of water bills. In mixer combine sugar, eggs, flour, buttermilk and melted butter. Beat for about 30 seconds. Then add lemon juice, vanilla and salt. Continue beating till the texture is smooth and creamy. Pour into unbaked pie shell. Bake in oven at 350 degrees for 40-50 minutes, or until filling is firm and lightly browned on top. CALENDAR of EVENTS yoga classes: hatha awd uteri Itatlot*. Y OCyAUTE CBNT6-R. New fcrflu w.ftls / ftSO-bO^-O^ 63 IH;'! j)i [|fp IfcT IIF)] [[iii] im [ill; [bJ Silver Sneakers Exercise Date: Daily Time: 9:30 a.m. Location: CRRC You should know: Senior-targeted, low impact exercises with trained instructors, using balls, chairs and light dumbbells. Cost: Free to Secure Horizons members; others, $2 donation. Information: Call Jaynellen Batemas at (830) 964-3003 Home-Delivered Meals Date: Tuesdays and Thursdays Location: CRRC, Sattler You should know: Meals are delivered to homebound Canyon Lake residents. To receive this serv ice or to volunteer as a driver, please call. Information: (830) 964-2324 Canyon Lake Rotary Club Date: Wednesdays Time: Noon Location: CRRC Building, Sattler Information: (830) 964-4744 Cranes Mill Baptist Church Revival Date: Sept. 18-21 Location: 10215 FM 2673, Canyon Lake You should know: Services Sept. 18, 6 p.m.; Sept. 19-21 at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Information: (830) 899-7936 Meet the Author Date: Sept. 28 Time: 10 a.m. Location: Tye Preston Memorial Library, 1321 FM 2673 You should know: George Arnold, author of "Growing up Simple in Texas" will discuss his latest book, "Los Gatos of the CIA: Hunt for Fred-X." Information: (830) 964-3744 WOOD FLOORS wai tMTa* ft. New $L\ It CARPET WAS $1*49^. ft. NOW .69£ Sq. ft. CERAMIC TILE WASttdtfH. ft. NOW .59* Sq Ft. LAMINATE FLOORS WAI $3.79 sq. ft. Now .79c Sq. Ft. The Floor Depot Carpet Closeouts 15125 IH-35 N    6210    IH-10 W I MIU IM I ‘-■IIM !*»»!• • SI Mil I IV. MOI I IHM’ 410 • SANANTONIO 946-81 OO    7    54-4    300 I YEAR • NO PAYMENT • NO INTEREST • SEE STORE FOR DETAILS a Open Daily • Mon. • Fri. 9-8 • Sat. 9-6:30 • Sun. 1Z-5 TPML Library Reporter Special Edition    ft“‘ September 2005 Trees, herbs, yards highlight library series “Lunch and Learn” workshops at the Tye Preston Memorial Library are all about “Tree, Herbs and Yards” this month. The workshops meet in the library meeting room from noon to I p.m. Wednesdays. Coffee and tea are provided. Bring your lunch and munch while you learn. ■ Today: Diana Gonzales from Pedernales Electric Cooperative will discuss how to deal with oak wilt. Gonzales will also talk about which trees are the most popular in the hi11 country. ■ Sept. 21: David Jacobson, horticulturist, will show and discuss the fall herb selection. ■ Sept. 28: Nick Vann of Nematode Nick’s will discuss winterizing your yard. Do you suffer from PAIN after SHINGLES? lf you are an adult who had shingles more than 6 months ago but still have pain, you may be eligible to participate in a clinical research study. If you qualify, you may receive: • Study Medication at no cost • Compensation up to $275 for your time and travel For more information, please call (210) 614*5557 Progressive Clinical Research 4499 Medical Drive, Suite 145 - San Antonio, Texas 78229 TYE PRESTON MEMORIAL LIBRARY...YOUR DESTINATION FOR A LIFETIME. The Smartest Card is @ your library®: Get it, use it at the Tye Preston Memorial Library rn TlSH’S VECOK ANV MOKE September Savings Fabric and Trim 25% Off 1642 EM 2673 CALYON Lam. (vSu/mwwm Sattlik) 830-964 -6050 September is national Library Card Sign-up Month, and the Tye Preston Memorial Library wants to remind you that “The Smartest Card is @ your library’' -it's your library card and it’s free! “Your library card is your ticket to opportunity,” said Ronnie Nagy, TPML Director, “What other card in your wallet gives you free access to books and CDs, magazines and movies and all sorts of other resources that can change your life — or just make it a little more fun?” During this month, everyone applying for a new library card will receive coupons for discounts from over 40 local businesses. For more information on how you can sign up for your library card, visit the Tye Preston Memorial Library at 1321 FM 2673, call 964-3744 or see the library’s Web site at In good company... Even the Spurs Coyote has a Tye Preston Memorial Library card! Ronnie Nagy, director, presented the Coyote with his very own card during his visit to TPML this summer. Library hours are 9 to 8, Monday through Thursday and 10 to 5, Friday and Saturday. The library card application asks for your current local address but no proof of residency is required. Observed since 1987, Library Card Sign-up Month is a time when the ALA and libraries across the country remind parents that a library card is the most important school supply of all. Note: You do not have to be a resident of Canyon Lake to apply for a free Tye Preston Memorial Library card! I Free services at TPML with your library card FOR CHILDREN • Lapsit for babies (Wed.) • Pre-school storytime (Wed.) • Tutoring (Wed. 4:30-6:30 p.m.) • Free library cards to check out Books, Videos. DVDs, Young Adult Books • Reading Lists • Leap Pads for use in Library FOR ADULTS • Free library cards to check out Books, Audio Books on tape and CD, videos, music CDs, DVDs • Free computer use All computers have Microsoft Office software and a DSL connection to the Internet. | • Wireless access if you bring your own laptop. |j • Interlibrary Loans • TexSbare library card program and access to online databases • Computer classes • Test Proctoring • Public Meeting Room • Community Information • Magnifier and reader for visually impaired patrons • Book delivery service for homebound citizens • Coffee with the Authors: Lunch and Learn noon workshops; I heard it @ the Library night programs. • Remote access to online § catalog for checking holdings, renewing books. I and placing reserves CANYON THE LAKE • STARTZVILLE • SATTLER • FISCHER • HANCOCK MANDY REARY Herald-Zeitung 1321 FM 2673 Sattler, Texas    830-964-3744 ;