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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 27, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                BOX 816423 TX 753SI Future Farmers of Page American hamburger Page 4 New Braunfels New Texas Zeituno 19 Tuesday January 25 Cents One 10 Pages Stammtisch Villareal and Cecilia readers will were the Dallasbound couple who Saturday found themselves one vehicle short on their way to Villareals new job when their 1971 Malibus transmis sion chose New Braunfels as the place to This is the New Braunfels AAMCO transmis sion shop off Interstate 35 North was about to close when Villareal brought his moaning machine in for Seventy dollars and AAMCO could tell him whats More more car gets Villareal chose not to spend it cause he didnt have car can get put back together Monday morning no Ouch thinks who told us he had to be on the job by 9 He had found a mechanic who would have patched the Chevy up for doodlysquat more or but he couldnt get his which had towed his UHaul trailer from the Rio Grande over the previous two Sunday morning Villareal and Pena show up at Sharons OneStop at Walnut and a UHaul fran Long story made short is that Villareal and company couldnt af ford a truck of suitable dimensions the trailer would have to be Carol manager of the OneStop called her John being a friendly Texan and sug gested the couple use his personal Suburban to go to Fan gonna drive it back A routine customer and friend of the gals at the OneStop said hed drive them there and bring Roses Suburban back we might By now you figure there is a little angel sitting on Villareals and Penas shoulders and they dont know but It gets Paul owner of the AAMCO shop and a transplanted New Yorker with Texas in his has decided to br ing in a couple of guys to take care of Villareals problem Sunday even No By some four or five hours after Villareal is situated in Big at Boasi and company have not only repaired Villareals car to better than drivein but are they are willing to accept for the trouble and will hang on to the car until the wayfaring stranger comes back to claim Villareals angel by now is beside herself himself with glee having had such assistance from mere Right now as you read Villareal likely doesnt know what all these people went through to help him and his But our hats are off to AAMCOs mechanics and the folks at Sharons People like this are the reason Tanya Tucker and Harold Zeitung want to go to Texas when they although Harold will never leave 4 Commissioner Clyde Jacobs proposes to travel his precinct per the following weekly schedule Spring Branch Store at 9 Fischer Post Office at 11 Saltier Justice of the Peace office at 1 Freiheit Country Store at 1 HunterRileys Tavern at 3 Contact record cards will be available at each Fill one out before telling Clyde your This is That little extra effort can mean so Congratulations are in order for Victor and the former Teresa who were mar ried Sunday by Justice of the Peace Harold Its the first wed ding to ever take place between two Laurel piaza residents these two moved into the apartment house at different met and after a decided to tie the Victor is a good friend of as he delivers the newspaper to residents of apartment house at and We wish them 0 v Moberg search but some carry on By DAVID MAY Staff Writer A Comal County builder has set up new search headquarters at her of fice as the more than twoweekold hunt for a missing San Antonio woman Jeanette Albrecht operates Albrecht and Sons Custom Homes located on Interstate 35 North access road between Schwab and Engle Roads just south of New She transformed her business into a coordinating point for volunteers continuing to hunt for 18yearold Debbie who has been miss ing since her alledged abduction A lot of people feel the search is but I Albrecht said Mon day afternoon while discussing details of the incident and searching strategies with volunteers at her of She and the searchers who gathered yesterday afternoon have been actively involved with sear ching efforts in San We will continue to look for Deb bie Moberg as long as the family wants us Albrecht saying that San Antonio reports that the search had ended are ag Moberg and her 8yearold half sister were taken from their nor thside San Antonio residence by the younger girls biological father and Mobergs stepfather Ray earlier this The EMS technician and 13year veteran of the San Antonio Fire Department re mains in Bexar County jail in lieu of bonds totaling on two counts of aggravated sexual assault and ag gravated Moberg will face charges ofsexual ly assaulting the San Antonio Police Department homocide detectives say it is unlikely they can prosecute him on charges connected to his non custodial unless her whereabouts are SAPD detectives have confirmed through evidence found at the abduc tion scene and information given by the younger girl that Debbie was possibly twice and is now feared Searchers and authorities in San Antonio have combed hundreds of ponds and creek areas as well as the cityowned landfill in southwest Bex ar County in hopes of finding her re Organizers of search teams in San Antonio announced Monday that they will no longer The 8yearold girl told authorities that during the 16hour Ray driving Debbies red Ford See Page Michie promises to balance the budget After midyear manager calls property tax hike last resort7 By DAVID MAY fv umlfara anH tvuinttwi MoHnnol T AQCHIA OtfiAc AvnAnHitiiroc hv Hinnlno intn its PnnHnff DAVID MAY Staff Writer City Manager Joe Michie Monday told New Braunfels City Council that he will present a balanced budget for the upcoming fiscal year that will allow for needed expansions in essen tial city services such as police and fire pro In a budget strategy outline presented to council at its regular session Monday Michie proposed a fourpoint plan to eliminate unnecessary provide a nofrills budget for each adjust fees for certain city services and increased ad valorem property City council will begin budget preparations for the 198788 fiscal year next Michie stressed that raising ad valorem taxes would be recommended by his office on ly if monies needed for added police and fire as well as other key municipal ser could not be found following certain budget cutbacks and revenues created through user I will present to the mayor and city council a balanced recommending only the dollars essential to protect public safe NB Chamber unveils 1987 plan Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce officials Monday unveiled a Program of Work for the coming year that includes a crime prevention task force and industrial development Dan formerly an employee of and now a chamber vice commented that a goal of the program is to at tract the right kinds of and suggested those witb smokestacks and large amounts of effluent or other discharge were not in that Sedgwick suggested neoWgh tech or high tech industries as a class of industry New Braunfels should do more to Executive Vice President Torn Purdum said potential industrial TpSMW fW PJHWMLMIP IStF and services required by our stated the summary of the city managers Michie told council Monday that the police departments budget for the next fiscal year will include the addition of several uniformed personnel as requested by Chief Burney Workload studies show the department needs 10 additional Boeck re quested three last but because of budget cuts and revenue received According to the city realized in savings during the current fiscal year by eliminating unnecessary expen ditures during budget amendments last Oc Cutbacks included the elimination of an assistant city manager position and reduction of salaries for two department heads freeze of the vacant finance secretary position deferral of the hiring of additional police and fire employees hiring freezes in Public Works Department elimination of the citys finan cial support of the CityCounty Health Depart ment effective March 1 elimination of new professional planning and outside consultant work of membership dues in the AustinSan Antonio Corridor National League of Cities and Sister of Cities and transfer of the cost and responsibility for water sampling to New Braunfels One of the biggest problems the city has fac ed in the past couple of years has been an in crease in general liability insurance and pro perty insurance Insurance costs in fiscal year 198384 were but are estimated to run for the imminent budgeting period for an astronomical increase of about Unlike the State of with a reported billion and several major cities such as San Dallas and Houston that are facing massive layoffs and pending New Braunfels has stayed within its said whose annual job per formance evaluation was reviewed by council during executive session earlier in the even He this has been at the expense of reducing carryover surplus con tingency keeping taxes and fees low and postponing needed Michie noted earlier this month for the first time In a long the city will have to finish out the current fiscal years operating expenditures by dipping into its contingency He said that some should be left in carryover monies from the current fund of In his report to Michie said all capital items were either entirely deleted or severly cut and that each departments budget will be carefully scrutinized to include only items of Touching on possible city employee pay Michie While most governmental units raised salaries last the city did and cost of living dictates that we consider a reasonable salary adjust ment for deserving The citys top administrator also said ad justment of or implementaion of user fees has reduced operating costs and increas ed revenues in many areas such as recrea tional facilities building special fire ambulance sanitation court fines for certain and fees for civic center Michie has consistently stated that property taxes in New Braunfels do not even pay for the police departments Of New See Page2 Thf MfAU CROSS WORP 7 5 ting growth including avaJHability of labor force educated and numenHi pojpfttW cost of jtofes business itsxfii wvj uWWy and quality fit life available ajBenitteg such as I Breast cancer awareness session slated Thursday As part of the American Cancer Societys yearlong Texas Breast Screening ACS volunteers of Comal County will sponsor a breast health awareness training session Thursday at McKenna The twohour class will concen trate on the facts about breast in both men and and will feature training in the technique of breast The class will be at the hospital in the secondfloor con ference room from 6 to 8 Thurs One out of every 10 women will develop breast cancer during the course of her In order to ex pand the impact of the Breast Self Exam teaching effort of the American Cancer the public is being asked to take on the respon sibility and commitment of teaching this lifesaving technique to and others in the com munity as part of the breast health awareness This is an Unportaot event in the yearlong public education focus on breast cancer and the American Cancer Society hopes that you wttl volunteer to help in the prevention of cancer and the promotion of said Lucy ACS public in formation The public Is Invited to attend this free Attendance Is limited to 25 For more information and to make call Dana ACS Comal Unit at 625 Tree planting is Wednesday in Landa Park New Braunfels Council of Garden Clubs has rescheduled its Arbor Pay tree planting ceremony for Wednesday Members of the garden club coun cil will plant a lacey oak tree at liar da Parks picnic area 7A in obser vance of Arbor Day The public invited to attend the Arbor Day is celebrated on different days in different January 16 is Arbor Day to Texas In clement weather caused of the first ceremony earlier ttus   

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