New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 27, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas
LESLIE KRIEWALDT I HER ALD-ZEITUNG
The New Braunfels Rotary Club sponsored these New Braunfels High School as they attended a Rotary Interna* t Iona I leadership trip last weekend. They are, from left in front, Karyna Mendoza and Cheri Bueche, from left in back, Ken Kuehler and Mike Smith.
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The missing teen, a senior at MacArthur High School, is desribed as being 5-feet, 3-inches tall and weighing about IOO pounds. She has long, wavy dark hair and was last seen wearing a light blue, long-sleeved sweater and blue jeans.
Comal County area searchers said they plan to continue looking in the northeast sections of Bexar County because the girls were abducted in the area of Thousand Oaks and Jones Maltsberger and because Hay Moberg was arrested nearby at a motel located at 1-35 near Starlight Terrace.
Searching efforts will be aided by weather forecasts calling for a continuation of unseasonably warm temperatures with no sight of rain through the remainder of the week.
One of the areas expected to be combed today by the group is the site of a train derailment early last year at Wetmore Road and Starcrest because the suspect reportedly worked that mishap for several days as an EMS technician.
Searchers continue on the theory that Ray Moberg took the girl to an area that he was familiar with and was accessible with the small car.
“We are really looking for a needle in a haystack,*’ Albrecht said, echoing statements of others involved in the search that the search has become confusing because of the many differing reports in the media.
A team of searchers were to board a small private plane donated by Tom Williams to fly over certain areas Monday afternoon. Today, the services of some six or more horses donated by concerned individuals were also to be incorporated in the searching efforts.
“We could really use some more horse power and people on foot,** said volunteer Vernon Standley Jr. Search parties will leave Albrecht and Sons each morning at 9 a.m. and again at I p.m.
Persons wishing to aid in the search are advised to wear boots (no high heels), thick, heavy clothing, and to bring a small first-aid kit containing iodine, a good stick and perhaps a small knife. No weapons are allowed.
“Be prepared to get a little muddy and be very careful and cautious,’* Standley added.
Albrecht said some areas that have been previously searched may be searched again. “Every area has to be searched correctly. We will search areas until we feel comfortable that they have been covered well,’’ she told the relatively small gathering of volunteers.
While some of the searchers said they want to find the girl in order to put the family’s mind to rest, others are motivated by wanting to see justice carried out. “That’s why I’m still searching. I want to nail (Moberg),’’ Vince Gilbreth stated.
Answering her own question, Albrecht said, “Do you think we’re crazy? I sure don’t.”
Persons in Comal County and the surrounding area wanting more information can call the search headquarters at 625-6006.
Charles Godfrey Maroney Jr.
Services for Charles Godfrey Maroney Jr. of P.O. Box 192 in Fischer will be at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Burial will be in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Zoeller Funeral Home.
Maroney, 52, died Jan. 25 at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio.
Maroney was born July 25,1934, to Charles Godfrey and Celeste Grace Maroney Sr. He married Lola Marie Brack in Mineral Wells on Feb. 15, 1958. Maroney was a Fischer resident for 12 years. He was retired from the U.S. Army and was a member of St. Thomas Catholic Church. He was a Knight of Columbus fourth degree of Canyon Lake and was a charter member of three Knights of Columbus Councils.
Maroney was a member of the Canyon Lake Evening Lions Club for six years and was active as a scout master in both Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. He was a veteran of the Korean War.
Survivors include his wife, Marie Maroney of Fischer; two daughters, Dorothy Kurka of Austin and Sally Celeste Maroney of Fischer; three sons, Charles G. Maroney 111 and John Timothy Maroney, both of Austin, and William Paul Maroney of Nocona; and one sister, Celeste Courand of San Antonio.
Public visitation will be until ll a.m. Wednesday at Zoeller Funeral Home.
Services will be Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Anona Baetge of 459 Kerlich Lane. Burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park.
Baetge, 79, died Jan. 26 at her home.
Survivors include a daughter, Jo Goertz of Waco; grandson, Murray Goertz of Dallas; brother-in-law, Max Winkler of New Braunfels; two nephews and one niece.
Memorials may be made to Myasthenia Gravis Foundation or the American Heart Association.
Visitation will be from 6 to 9 p.m. today and until services Wednesday.
A.C. Kreusler, 88, died Jan. 25 at Eden Home for the Aged. Services were at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev. Rodney Wells officiating. Burial was in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park.
Kreusler was born Dec. 4,1898, to Carl and Mary (nee Dauer) Kreusler In New Braunfels. He married Alice Soefje in Comal County on Feb. 21, 1923. She preceded him in death Feb. 13, 1982. Kreusler was a retired carpenter and a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ.
Survivors include one daughter, Marie Allman of New Braunfels; one sister, Lena Schaefer of New Braunfels; one brother, Herbert Kreusler of New Braunfels; two grandchildren and three great-granchildren.
Memorials may be made to the Eden Home for the Aged.
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Braunfels’ current ad valorem rate of 28 cents per HOO evaluation, 19 centi go to operating revenues and generate about $1.2 million. The police department’s budget, after cutbacks, is $1.6 million, while the fire department's is nearly $1.4 million.
According to a list published by the Texas Municipal League, New Braunfels has the lowest property tax of cities with populations between 29,000 and 35,000 with the exception of lege Pass. Michie said keeping the property tax low here is vital lf the city Is to continue competing for prospective businesses.
Michie said he hopes to avoid recommending raising ad valorem
taxes and increasing governmental transfers from the utilities but said, if needed, he would “not hesitate” to do so. The third major source of revenue for the city, the I-cent sales tax, is totally dependent on the state of the economy and Is set by state law.
Another setback to the city, according to Michie, Is the federal government’s discontinuation of the General Revenue Sharing program, which in the past, allowed the purchase of items such as fire trucks, ambulances, garbage trucks and provided monies for such things as street overlays.
“We have been wise not to tie salaries and programs that are totally dependent upon the continuation of General Revenue Funds.” he said.
Three persons, Including a 13-year-old, were Injured In two separate car accidents over the weekend.
Amaury Moran, 43, of 104 Trailwood In New Braunfels, and his son were taken by private car to McKenna Memorial Hospital where they wre treated and released for injuries they received In a head-on collision Saturday evening on FM 725 just south of Kline Road. The accident occured around 7:45p.m.
According to the report of New Braunfels Patrolman Spencer Gruemmer, Moran was southbound on FM 725 in his 1964 Dodge 600 ES when it was struck head-on by a northbound 1980 Olds Cutlass driven by Ernesto Moreno. 29, of 565 E. Common, who had ventured out of his lane.
According to witnesses, Moreno, who left the scene, had been weaving back and forth on the road. Charges of failure to stop and render aid and driving In wrong lane are pending against Moreno.
In another Incident last Thursday,
Jose Garcia was injured when he fell from the side of a car following an argument in the 200 block of East South Street.
Garcia, 31, of 1918 Post Road, was treated at the scene by EMS personnel for minor cuts and bruises.
He had reportedly been arguing through the driver’s side window of a car driven Teresa Krueger, 34, of 107 Crockett. When she drove off, Garcia attempted to hang onto the side of the vehicle but eventually fell Into the street.
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“One of the things that has hurt us (In attracting industrial development),” Purdum said, “is not having an Industrial land site, an industrial park.”
Purdum said that while some industrial users are brought to a community through solicitation by the chamber, i.e.. trips to California and elsewhere, the majority find prospective locations on their own.
Comal River................402cfs (down 5)
Canyon Lake inflow.....1,183 cfs (down 12S)
Canyon Lake outflow.......1,450 cfs (same)
Canyon Lake level.........909.50 (down .40)
Edwards Aquifer..........427.71 (down .03)
SOUTH TEXAS: Fair and cool tonight, with areas of dense fog forming east and south late. Sunny and
mild east Wednesday with unseasonably warm temperatures central and south. Lows tonight 40s north and 50s south.
Ho and Jean Pfueffer, chamber vice president, said companies wishing to ytpatyf or relocate often send only one person into a community. “And they often don’t want to talk to more than one per-Purdum said.
Tllg Horold-Zoitung will carry a special tabloid out I in-lei Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce in Sunday's edition.
Copies will be available also inside editions off tho Cornel Coomy Maws end tho Timot-Ouordisn, as wall as btine available at tha chamber's Annual Banquet Friday. Th# annual Program •I Work tabloid is an annual product of tho newspaper.
The executive vice president said the Horald-Zoltimg and KGNB-ICN BT radio have traditionally “bosn very cooperative” about not unduly Influencing such negptliHons by premature retosso of such nows.
“You’ve got to honor thorn People’s wishes,” said Pfueffer.
“We will continue to fino tune this thing.” Sedgwick said of the Program of Work. “We hope In October to any It's working. "Ibn chamber of-
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