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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 4, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Basketball The Spurs faced the Atlanta Hawks Artists on display ArtistsStudio Tour marks March is Watercolor NEW BRAUNFELS ii American Profile Fredericksburg museum honors World War II SUNDAY March 2001 42 pages in 4 sections pages in 4 scctic HERALDZEITUNG 150 97 Serving New Braunfels and Gomal County since 1852 Fundraiser benefits realworld Survivor JUSTIN BRASWELUHeraldZeitung Stacey recovers at home after 75 days in the hospital with the help of her Delton and Katriy and her Chihuahua Peggy BY JUSTIN BRASWELL Staff Writer Delton and Kathy Reiley were driving home when their cell phone Their daughter Stacey had been in an auto By the time the Reileys got to the their daughter had been in surgery for more than an The doctors were fighting to save Staceys The local sheriffs department attempting to locate Staceys had driven to the Rei leys but no one was They finally found the Reileys cell number on Staceys cell which was found at scene of the When the phone rang I thought it was She was supposed to call Kathy Reiley I answered the phone and said Its about but it wasnt it was the she Shocked and unwilling to hear any bad news she handed the phone to her They made a Uturn on the highway and drove straight to the hospital in San Stacey Reileys Ford Ranger truck had hydroplaned and slammed into a guardrail on Interstate 10 just outside of San She was on her way back to Shriner University in San Antonio where she had been studying busi ness management since graduating form Marion High School in Her truck flipped over the tearing off the drivers side door and the roof of the Stacey was left unprotected as the truck fell and rolled down a 10foot embankment and onto See Whats Up Stacey Relley Fundrais er 11 to 2 Marion ISO Secondary 503 Bulldog Marion Barbecue plates Homemade bake sale Silent auction Donations to help offset the Reileys medical expenses may be sent to Marion State Stacey Reiley Account Box TX 78124 Friend of local river dies BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer A woman who became widely known for her efforts to clean up and curb rowdy behavior on the Guadalupe River died Fonda Wetsel passed away after a long She was who had a nursing degree from Baylor Univer spent most of her life in where she was an active volunteer in her In New she was a member of the First United Methodist Church and was a volunteer for the Republi can She was an avid gardener who supported Habitat for Humanity and the local ani mal Wetsel is survived by her husband William of New Braunfels son Eddy Wetsel and his wife of New Braunfels Dianne of New and Cynthia Mather and her husband of Ohio and two Wetsel moved to a beautiful home on the Guadalupe Riv er from the Dallas area eight years She didnt like the more lewd and rowdy aspects of the tubing scene and the mess tubers made of the riv er and her and she began a long fight to clean up the That battle made her a local celebrity and led to the effort undertaken by Comal County in 1998 to increase policing of the river and what happens on and to clean I think keeping the river clean and in its natural state was always her biggest con said her Eddy She wanted it to be beautiful and remain in its natural state for future gen Comal County Judge Dan ny Scheel said Friday he was saddened at the news of Wet See The jungle McKinli and Kylie look for rain forest animals from the lookout deck in the Jungle Impressions exhibit at the Childrens Britany climbs down from the look out Jungle Impressions is a traveling exhibit that lets children learn about rain forests in an interac tive way through sound and The exhibit came to New Braunfels from Dallas in January and will be here for a CHRIS Military plane crash kills 21 National Guard members perish during training mission BY ELLIOT MINOR Associated Press Writer AP plane carrying members of a National Guard engineering crew crashed and burst into flames in a farm field in heavy rain killing all 21 people on officials Three Army personnel and 18 Air National Guard mem bers were aboard the twin engine C23 Sherpa that crashed near about 30 miles south of said John a spokesman for Robins Air Force A spokeswoman for the Vir ginia Air National Guard said all 18 of the transport planes passengers were members of a Virginiabased military con struction and engineering crew on a routine training The planes pilot and two other crew members were members of the 171st Avia tion Battalion of the Florida Army National offi cials Identities of the vic tims were not immediately John Allen Bryant heard the crash in a field on his about two miles from his He rushed to the It was just a horrible Bryant said in a telephone The plane was just about com pletely It just about all had burned It was just Officials have not deter mined the cause of the Heavy rains and winds swept the area throughout Friday night and Saturday as part of a huge storm system mov ing across the The plane was assigned to the Florida National Guards 171st Aviation Battalion and based at It had taken off from Hurlburt Field near Fort Walton and was headed to Oceana Naval Air when it went down around 11 said Judy a spokes woman for Robins Air Force Late families of the 18 Virginiabased vic tims all members of the 203rd Red Horse Unit of the National Guard gathered at Camp Pendleton State Mil itary Reservation in Virginia President Bush said he was deeply saddened at news of the This tragic loss on a routine training mission reminds us of sacrifices made each and every day by all of our men and women in Bush said in a state The price of freedom is never Todays events remind us that it is sometimes unspeakably The C23 Sherpa aircraft can cany up to 30 passengers and provides troop and equip ment airdrop and medical County to support GBRA grant application BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer Comal County will write a letter sup porting a grant request by the GuadalupeBlanco River Authority to fund a study of Canyon In the GBRA awarded an engineering contract for a study of the water quality in and around Canyon Lake to explore the possibility of building a wastewater treatment plant to serve the GBRA Project Director David Welsch and Debbie direc tor of water quality services for presented the proposal for the study to county GBRA was looking for support of a grant application to the Texas Water Development Board to help finance the studys Comal County not be asked to spend any Welsch assured com The study would Compile data on the reservoir and its tributaries Catalog land use Map the density and distribution of the population Assess the impact of future growth Delineate areas served by existing or planned plants or septic tanks Investigate management practices that would protect and maintain water quality and Investigate the possibility of and funding mechanisms for a regionalized treatment The basic objective is to protect the INSIDE Key Code 77
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