New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 19, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
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Catastrophic claims weren’t the problem, instead it was frequency of claims, he said. The average amount the insurance company paid out for such items as hospital stays and outpatient visits increased.
Adding to the county's insurance costs are an unusually high number of males over 55 years of age. Also, of the nine pregnancies during the period, eight had complications, Weuing said. Also, costs of the county's new preventive care program are high now, but should pay off with lower claims in the future.
Another factor contributing to the request is the 7-pcrcent rate increase that Blue Cross requested last fiscal year but didn't receive, Witting said.
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tion members, $40 for Texas Association of Realtors members and $45 for non-members. For information, call 625-6954.
Senior Citizens Center and Comal Bowl are sponsoring a bowL-a-thon Sunday, July 28 from r 2-3 p.m. at Comal Bowl. Volun-» are needed to participate. Proceeds wTTT go to "the building fund of the new senior citizens cento-. For more information call Steven DeLemos at 629-8190 or 625-1353.
City of New Braunfels Parks & Recreation Department is accepting applications for park rangers. These arc seasonal part-time positions. To be eligible persons must be 18 years of age, able to obtain CPR and first aid certifications, experience in parks and recreation, public relations, biology and related fields. Applications may be picked up at the parks office in Landa Park.
Guadalupe Valley American Legion Post #35 is planning a “flag retirement” ceremony. If you have an American flag that has gotten tattered, tom, shredded or bleached out and is no longer suitable to be displayed, call 629-1252 or 625-4848. Flags will be picked up and retired properly in an upcoming ceremony.
New Braunfels Parks & Recreation Department is continuing registration for swim lessons for Sessions IV and V. Classes are American Red Cross certified and each class session will run for two weeks. Classes meet Monday through Thursday with Friday reserved for make-up days. Session IV is July 22 through Aug. 16; Session V is Aug. 5 through Aug. 16. Cost for each session is $20 per person. Classes offered include beginner, advance beginner, intermediate, swimmer and water babies. To register call 629-PARK.
Tubing the Comal
The city of New Braunfels is sponsoring “Tubing the Comal River” in this month’s Nature’s Way to be July 24 from 3-5 p.m. Children ages 8-15 will join the park rangers and tube the Comal River beginning at Prince Solms Tube Chute park. The fee is $5 per person and everyone must preregister by July 22 at the park office. For more information call 629-PARK.
To have an item listed in Slam• mtisch, contact Janine Green or Stephanie Ferguson at 625-9144. Submissions should be of community interest but not commercial in nature.
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"By sucking convictions and enhancing charges we are able to get good convictions on people who think they can get around the law by only stealing a small amount of merchandise at one time,” Reinter said.
Assistant District Attorney Robert Fisher prosecuted the guilt and innocence phase of the trial and District Attorney Reinter handled the punishment phase.
Moore has been charged in the past with theft, forgery, fraud, prostitution and marijuana possession, although she has not been convicted on all these charges, Reimer said.
In the past Moore has gone by aliases such as Katzy Ramsey, Angel Ramsey and Gail Cruz, Reimer said.
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Friday, July 19, 1991
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TOD A Y-S ATURDA Y: Partly cloudy and hot days, generally fair nights. Isolated mostly late afternoon and early evening showers or thunderstorms mainly south central and Southeast Texas. Highs Saturday in the 90s except IOO to 104 Rio Grande plains and Edwards Plateau. Tonight’s lows upper 60s Hill Country to near 80 coastal plains, 70s elsewhere.
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Country and South Central Texas, partly cloudy with hot days and warm nights. Widely scattered afternoon and evening showers or thunderstorms Sunday, becoming isolated Monday and Tuesday. Lows in the 70s. Highs in the 90s. Texas Coastal Bend, partly cloudy with widely scattered showers or thunderstorms Sunday, becoming isolated on Monday and Tuesday. Lows from near 80 at the coast to the 70s inland. Highs from the 80s at the coast to the 90s inland.
Vegetable derby winner Florian Edmont, left, watches as sister Nathalie Edmont race her “turbo cucumber under the supervision of Marilyn Magar of the Texas Department of Agriculture. This week s nutrition program was part of the ongoing Discovery Series of the Children’s Museum in New Braunfels. For more information, phone 620-0939. (Photo by Annalies Schlickenrieder)
Disputes erupt at river outfitting facilities
By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer
Summertime recreational activities continue to cause other activity around river outfitting companies in Comal County, according to Chief Deputy Wayne Hoherz of the Comal County Sheriff s Department.
Joseph A. Tricoche, 44, of Houston
was arrested and charged with aggravated assault at Abbott’s River Outfitters on River Road, Hoherz said.
Tricoche was employed at the business and got into a dispute with a coworker and attacked him, Hoherz said.
The other employee, a New Braunfels man, filed the complaint against Tricoche. Hoherz said.
In another case, an unauthorized use of a motor vehicle was reported by Steven Abbott of Abbott’s River Outfitters on Farm to Market Road 306, Hoherz said.
An employee of the outfitting company took a 1972 Ford van and had
not been seen for four days, Hoherz