New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 11, 1991, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 11, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HerakJ-Za/fung New Braunfels, Texas    Wednesday,    December    11,1991Weather    District    moves    toward    self-insurance Water Watch Comal River .................. ' Edwards Aquifer ........... Canyon Lake outflow ... Canyon Lake Inflow ..... Canyon Lake level .901. By ROBERT STEWART Staff Wrttar Trustees of the New Braunfels Independent School District approved movement toward a self-insurance system that would replace the Texas Association of School Boards’ workman’s compensation plan. “If we don’t do something, you’re looking at another increase next year,” Superintendent Charles R. Bralberry said. “Tonight, my recommendation is that we go with a self-funding program." Bradberry presented figures to the group that show a $488,724 cost this year, and increase from $40,000 five years ago. "I just know from talking to school districts — and I’ve talked to a bunch of them — they are saving money by doing it and everyone of them are saying that loss-control is the most important thing,’’ Bradberry said. the pl aside budgeted money to pay claims directly. "If we stick with what we’ve got we'll spend $100,000 more than we budgeted," said Trustee Arlon Hermes. Hermes added that he has checked the record of Midwestern Employees Casualty Co. and found that they are "financially sound and the State Insurance Board has no complaints on file against them."Obituaries Lorena P. Hill * Services for Lorene P. Hill, 75, of Sew Braunfels will be I p.m. Thursday at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Burial will follow at Kames City Cemetery. :.’Ms. Hill died Dec. IO, 1991, at her residence. She was bom June 25, 1916, in Hobson to Louis and Emma free Pape) Harp. Ms. Hill, a 15-year Vew Braunfels resident, was a retired nurse at Oak Crest. ’ Survivors are: daughters, Marjorie Ann Rich of New Braunfels, Patricia Doris Newberry of Spring, Charlene Once Hill of New Braunfels, Jacqueline Sue Stahl of New Braunfels, Judith Katherine Fullen bf New Braunfels; sons, Charles Berry Hill Jr. of Kansas City, Mo., Kenneth Leroy Hill of Euless, Louis Allen Hill of Austin, Gerald Andrew Stammtisch . contin u#d from page 1 • decorations using natural objects and Household recycled materials. The program, presented by a New Bfaunfels Parks and Recreation department park ranger, will be 4-5 pjn. at Picnic Shelter No. 4 in Landa Park, near the dance slab. Preregistration is available at the park office, and the fee is $3 per child. For more information, all 629-PARK. Photographs sought The Soph: en burg Archives, 200 N. Seguin Street, needs photographs of th£ Comal Spring runs and the dry Landa Lake from 1954 to 1956. Anyone who can help should call the archives at 629-1900. Exercise classes The New Braunfels Independent Stfiool District is offering free evrcise classes through the month of December. The classes, offered Mondav through Thursday from 5:45-6:45 p m at the Academy Street Ga rn. will include low impact step aerobic followed by isolation and 1:0n weights Pw.xr.panu should take light hand we ignis anc a mat or towel. For more information, call 620-6200. Hill of Austin, James Michael Hill of Colorado Springs and Timothy David Hill of New Braunfels; sisters, Irene Koenig of Castroville and Elizabeth Morowietz of Castroville; and 22 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren. The sons will be pallbearers. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Linda. Memorials may be made to Hospice New Braunfels or the Cancer Research Center in San Antonio. Zoeller Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Walter McCorquodale Services for Walter Douglas McCorquodale, 65, of Canyon Lake will be IO a.m. Thursday at Zoeller Funeral Home, with the Rev. Dennis Gallaher officiating. Burial will follow at Cranes Mill Cemetery. Mr. McCorquodale died Dec. 9, 1991, at Four Seasons Nursing Home. He had lived at the lake for 18 years. He was bom Feb. I, 1926, in Iola to Walter Duncan and Era Rae McCorquodale. His wife, Sally, died in 1984. He was a retired civil service electronics technician. Survivors are: daughter, Rhonda Phillips and husband Thomas of San Antonio; son, Darrell McCorquodale and wife Kay of San Antonio; and grandchildren. Tori and Meghan Phillips and Joshua and Shedera McCorquodale. Shirley A. Wilson Services for Shirley A. Wilson, 72, of New Braunfels were 1:15 p.m. Tuesday at St. John’s Episcopal Church, with Father Thoma Keith officiating. Burial followed at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. She died Dec. 7, 1991, at her residence. She was born Dec. 7, 1919, in Glendale, Calif., to Ted and Ann (nee Segelken) Pittaway. On Jan. 30, 1942, she married James Wilson, who died in June of 1984. She was a homemaker and member of St. John’s Episcopal Church. Survivors are: daughter, Catherine Noell and husband Charles of New Braunfels; son, Stephen Arthur Wilson and wife Renee of Smithson Valley; and two grandchildren, Andrea Wilson and Alexander Alston. Memorials may be made to St. John's Episcopal Church or to the American Lung Association. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Special Holiday Shopping Cortin!    ffoinc Jim. Dec. 12 & lim.. Dec 19 Open til 8 PIJ. JO' I s. I ll \ lilt MMU • New III .limit Is * (> ^ I ll Museum’s gift shop open The Sophienburg Archives’ gift shop has a good selection for Christmas shoppers, including the “Holiday Reflections Cookbook." The recipe collection is available for S3 plus tax, and proceeds benefit the Sophienburg’s Reflections program. A total of 1,000 copies in an earlier printing sold out in about a month this time last year. The Sophienburg Archives arui gift shop are located on Seguin Street in the former City Hall building. Hospital giftshop The McKenna Memorial Hospital giftshop is open for Christmas shopping. Giftshop hours are 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday, and 2-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Cheer Fund support Burger King is accepting donations to the Cheer Fund program, sponsored by the New Braunfels Herald-Zeuung. Persons donating at the Burger King restaurant will receive IO percent off their arder. Burger King also is accepting gifts at the restaurant for the Toys for Tots program No more vases needed The Hospice New Braunfels “Tender Touch" Flower Program Support needs no more bud vases, thanks to overwhelming community response. To have an item listed in Stammtisch, contact Mark Wamken at 625-9144. Submissions must be in writing and of general community interest, not commercial in nature. Decided on a holiday gift yet? How about us? Pick up a copy of the Herald-Zeitung and subscribe • or call 625-9144. WB NEED TOTS! If you would like to donate a new or nearly new toy and make a child's Christmas special this year Support Toys For Tots... You may drop off your donations at any of the following businesses Sears    Handy Andy    HEB Buy For Less    Landa station    Wuests NBU    Circle K    The Strand New Braunfels Herald ubrados    Comal Bow! Burger King    Milt Ferguson Motors Distribution Date is December 15, 1991 Sponsored by Milt Ferguson Motors and N.B. Jaycees If you have any questions call Corbie at 625-9144 p.™ j* A SPECIAL! 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