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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 ■ Heratid-ZeitungB Tuesday. Feb. 21,1995 State 4-H winner Bobby Wright accepts a HOO check from Melvin Kreusler, president of the Comal County Farm Bureau. Wright was given the money to help hind Ne trip to the 73rd National 4-H Congress in Florida, where he received recognition for his state winning dairy goat record book. This was the last National 4-H Congresa due to the escalating cost of gathering all etate winners. Texas Today Baptist Madia Unit Hay Hava to Atlanta FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Ifs restructuring plan is approved, the Southern Baptist Radio and Television Commission will be moved to Atlanta. The major church agency, which produces radio and television shows sent to stations all over the country, has been based in Fort Worth since 1954. The restructuring proposal, announced in Nashville Monday night, calls for consolidating the Fort Worth agency with the Atlanta-based Home Mission Board, commission President Jack Johnson told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram by telephone Monday night. The move must be approved by the Southern Baptist Executive Committee, which will meet in Nashville tonight. Sanata Con wnitt a a VUcommonda Confirmation of Busti Nominoos AUSTIN (AP) — The University of Texas System Board of Regents would be without a Hispanic member under appointments made by Gov. George W. Bush and recommended for confirmation by the Senate Nominations Committee. “We see this as a resurgence of a plantation society. We see this as the re-emergence of the ‘No Mexicans Allowed’ signs that we have known about so long here in Texas,” said Cynthia Orozco of the National Association for Chicano Studies, who testified before the Senate Nominations Committee on Monday. The Nominations Committee voted unanimously Monday to recommend full Senate confirmation of businessman Donald Evans, Houston banker Linnet Deity and former congressman Tom LoefFler of San Antonio, who was reappointed. Bush didn’t reappoint Dr. Mario Ramirez of McAllen, who was originally named by former Gov. Bill Clements. The committee also unanimously recommended confirmation of Thomas Hicks of Dallas, who was named by former Gov. Ann Richards last year. Lawmakers Discuss Bill Targeting Percentage of Fault AUSTIN (AP) — Lt. Gov. Bob Bullock and House Speaker Pete Laney have thrown their support behind a bill that would dramatically alter the way civil damages are paid out in Texas. The latest bill in a package of 11 tort reform measures deals with liability of multiple parties. It was praised Monday by Gov. George W. Bush’s office and widely criticized by consumer groups. Under the state's current joint and several liability law, if a person is found to be responsible for as little as 11 percent of a civil claim, they can be required to pay I CX) percent of the damages. ILAI9AI STATIQI FULL BAR OWN SUNDAYS rum rum AL BARLOW / <!/>( I\ i It nu Val l\ NO COVER ti Lands    629-3311 NO COVI H I MI IU /XI NM IN I I instill 'Ilk*- \ I *** 111 .* I It V I hill XI H.11 Ii>u Naturita*. < ra/t- Obituaries Lorraine Boding Lorraine Ella Batling died on Feb. 18, 1995 in San Antonio. She was bom on March 12,1922 to Elmer and Ella Hassold in Taft, Texas. She spent her life in New Braunfels with her husband Leslie F. Bailing, who preceded her in death. She is survived by her daughters Shaarn Suchy of New Braunfels, Carol Hading of St. Louis, MO, sons Robert Bailing and wife Judy of St. Louis, Bruce Bading and fiancee Susan Gentile of New Braunfels, grandchildren David Williams, Robin Suchy, Christopher Bading, Matthew Bading, sister Willie Mac Soefje of Seguin, brothers E.E. Hassold of New Braunfels and James Hassold of San Antonio. A memorial service will be held at St. Paul Lutheran Church in New Braunfels on Wednesday. Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Anna IL IWgauluk Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels tor Anna H. Migasiuk who passed away at McKenna Memorial Hospital on Monday, Feb. 20, 1995. She was 73. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Pflllf RVCVIPfiQOn Bessie McClendon of New Braunfels passed away at Eden Home on Sunday, Feb. 19, 1995 at the age of 81. She was bom Oct. 27,1913 in New Braunfels to Edward and Elvira (Gesche) Kreikenbohm. She married Perkins McClendon in New Braunfels on Feb. 6, 1935. Mrs. McClendon was a homemaker and was a past officer and charter member of the Volunteer Fireman’s Auxiliary. She was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband, Perkins McClendon of New Braunfels; one son, Hugh D. McClendon and his wife Lois, of College Station; three grandchildren, Daryl McClendon and his wife Gelee, of Biloxi, Mississippi, Scott McClendon and his wife Marie, of Emmitsburg, Maryland, and Ryan McClendon of College Station; one great-grandchild, Travis Paul McClendon of Biloxi, Mississippi. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, Feb. 22,1995 at 2:00 p.m. at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels with Rev. Robert Bergthold officiating. Interment will follow at Comal Cemetery. Visitation will begin at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday and continue until service time on Wednesday. Memorials may be given to the First Protestant United Church of Christ. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Manito Almond Funeral services will be held in El Reno, Oklahoma for Mamie Almond of New Braunfels who passed away Sunday, Feb. 19, 1995 at the age of 94. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Deborah    Sto, Mi). INTERNAL MEDICINE 264 West Mill Street, New Braunfels, Texas Office Hours: 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday 629-2040 Medicare Assignment Accepted 0© New Patients Welcome rBarnes CBariay, JJC. Z). Practice of Family Medicine 11 years experience Accepting Mew Patients Participating provider for BC/BS Par Plan, McKenna Health Plan, and Medicare. Staff Privileges at McKenna Hospital Phone 6204)956 457 Lancia, Maw Braunfels, Tx I )on'l Blin lino! lier ( A ) until Min talk with us! TERM INTEREST RATE ANNUAL PERCENTAGE YIELD (APY) 6 Month 6.10% 6.19% I Year 6.65% 6.65% 2 Year 7.00% 7.00% 4 Year 125 7.25% Rates above are also available for IRA contributions. (800) 323-0456 Smith Barney We make money the old-fashioned way. We earn it." "Th* interest rate* and annual percentage yield* (APYi) are effective at of •2/1V9S and arc tubbed lo availability and chance*. APY-periodic interest payment* are not reinvented into the Cl). All C f)* thown i change*. APY-periodic mitre*! payment* arc n mn arc federally injured up to S100.060pcr deposit c»t combined), and arc hacked by the full faith ai per institution (principal and interest combined), and arc backed by the nill faith and credit of the U.S. Government. Smith Barney trill maintain a "best efforts" secondary Or it is require C IW Smith Barney Inc. Member SIK A Member of TiravelentdroupT Obituary policy The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung publishes obituaries and death notices under the following guidelines: ■ A charge of $8.65 per column inch for all obituaries with full information, including brief information regarding person's life and accomplishments, surviving family members, etc. ■ Death notices, which contain only the name of the deceased, time of death and information about services is published at no cost. ■ All obituaries must be submitted for publication through a funeral home. Herald-Zeitung charges are normally billed by the respective funeral home. ■ Deadlines for obituaries are 8:30 a.m. weekdays and 4 p.m. Saturdays (for Sunday publication). ■ For more information, contact city editor Roger Croteau at 625-9144 or Metro 606-0846. Ronald W. VanEsaltlno Ronald W. VanEseltine, age 28, of San Antonio, Texas, died Sunday, Feb. 19,1995. Funeral service is Thursday, Feb. 23 at 11 am at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Victor Haney officiating. Interment to follow in the Comal TAX The following is a listing of tax preparing professionals. POSPISIL TAX SERVICE On The Plaza 625-6997 COMPUTERIZED TAX PREPARATION HOWARD MCELROY and Co., P.C. C.P.A. 755 N. Loop 337 Suita A 625-8942 ult's not how much you make, it’s how much you keep. ” JOCHEC, JOCHEC & JOCHEC, P.C. 457 Landa St., Suita H 210-606-6659 (Metro) Individual & Business Tax Returns- Electronic Filing You or your business it invited to pertieipele in this tax listing, which wii nm everyday until 4/14. Col Laura at 626-9144 tor more information. Cemetery.    j Memorials may be made to the charity of one's choice. Mom i (.ll I HOOKS \\ Mi \m I WALNUT 6 629-6400 HI 3!) rind \V<iliiut Ave. imchMovi. Fri.- Mon. 120320520 720920 Tm* • Thor 520: MMYWHHIS Way aura ere gemng •lie leal 12302*5446 7409:10 Ty*. • Thor. 153    446    7409:10 Billy Fri-Men. 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Janet is an anointed minister in song with two music albums released. Sunday March 5, 7:00 P.M. Monday - Friday March 6-10 10:00 A.M. & 7:00 P.M. Nursery for ages 0-3 provided at all services    PViL_.. Splint music dp A SLjuvid /Vt rife Mdma Cfjr fHamtlton jZamik, featuring a menagerie of *One of a Kind0 characters in a western panoramat_ generating enthusiasm in learning God's Word Tree of Life Fellowship 652 North Loop 337 • New Braunfels (210) 625-6375 OTI IMDCinO    Ceti for Answer® • Touch-ion* of Remy Phona* O I UlVlr CLJ I    1-900-454-3535 ext. code 540 a s&« per m par rumour ;