New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 28, 2001

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 28, 2001

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 28, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas NEW BRAUNFELS TUESDAY August 2001 12 pages in 2 sections pagCS scct HERALDZEITUNG 248 Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852 50 cents Unmanned plane missing over Iraq BY ROBERT BURNS AP Military Writer WASHINGTON AP A pilotless reconnaissance plane failed to return from a mission over southern Iraq on officials did not dispute Iraqs claim that it shot down the The incident underscored the dangers facing and British pilots who regularly patrol the skies over Iraq and encounter antiaircraft artillery and other air defense forces almost The Iraqi government con siders the patrols illegal and in recent months has devel oped more effective coordina tion between its early warn ing radars and antiaircraft heightening the danger to In northern Iraq on Mon planes attacked an SA3 surfacetoair mis sile site near the city of Mosul after taking fire from Iraqi antiaircraft artillery military officials Pilotless aircraft capable of transmitting live images to command posts outside of Iraq are used to supple ment air patrols by Air Force F16s and other manned air craft in both northern and southern Whether the Air Force known as a Preda was shot down or crashed due to a technical it was the first American aircraft of any kind to be lost in Iraq since the accidental shootdown of two Army helicopters by Air Force F15 fight ers in In an Air Force U2 surveillance plane was rocked by the concussion from an Iraqi surfacetoair The plane was not hit but the missile explosion was close enough to be felt by the and British forces began monitoring nofly zones over Iraq a decade Keaton Brewer of Tjemagels firstgrade class swings Monday afternoon during recess on the first day of school at New Braunfels Christian CHRIS Zeitung Rain at last CHRIS Cars splash along Landa Park Driver as rainfall runoff spills into the Comal Burn watering restrictions remain BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer Dont strike that and dont wash that car at least not quite Comal County will not lift its burn ban anytime in spite of weekend rains that dumped between two and three inches of water on a parched coun ty landscape Sunday and New Braunfels Utilities reported Monday that in spite of water ing restrictions will remain in effect at least for the next several NBU spokeswoman Gretchen Reuwer said drought restrictions in New Braunfels were based on a 10day aver age of the flow at Comal which Sunday ran 247 cubicfeetpersecond Saturdays flow was 243 The average must reach 250 cfs before the restrictions are Reuwer See Subdivisions join Hunters Creek in legal battle BY AMY CLARKSON Staff Writer The president of Hunters Creek Homeowners Associa tion sent a message to all areas originally slated for annexation this year Join the subdivision in its legal battle against New Braun fels annexation And at least two subdivi sions answered that Ute president of Mis sion Valley Estates Home owners and Har vey a representative of Northwoods said they would join the law suit with Hunters We at Hunters Creek dont oppose Rick Upton said during pub lic comments at Mondays city council We look forward to becoming part of New We have a temporary restraining order in place because it was our last and final action avail able to We feel this plan is unjust and unfair annexa Upton said the subdivision filed the lawsuit in Comal Scorecard Areas considered for annexation Northwoods Alves Road Stonegate Southbank Schmucks Road Hunter Drive Klein Road and FM 1044 and Areas removed from the annexation plan Preiss off Loop 337 near River Road the area including the McAlister Ranch off Texas 46 South and Lone Star Road all the way to the Guadalupe River T Bar Valley Road and Hunters Creek under rules of temporary restraining order issued County District Court after a good faith effort to resolve fundamental differences between the city of New See ANNEXATIONS Camp Comal waits BY AMY CLARKSON Staff Writer Any plans for Camp Comal will wait until New Brauh fels the city council and the parks board can meet in closed Thats the decision from the three groups after a brief workshop meeting Monday Mayor Stoney Williams said the groups could not dis cuss specific property at the another posted for an exec utive will have to be he We cant discuss what property NBU wants to he That will have to wait until we can all meet in executive This meeting should have been posted as a closed ses but it The workshop meeting between the three groups was supposed to bring a yearslong debate about Camp Comals future to a NBU bought the land on the Guadalupe River in 1963 for to use for future wastewater treatment In the the city uses it for baseball The city wants to use the land for a permanent NBU but only if the city provides NBU with land in the area suitable to expand its wastewater treatment The citys parks advisory board and NBU discussed the proposal in March and voted to bring it to The parks board and NBU did not set a date for the next New NBCA chief focuses on school home BY MARTIN MALACARA Staff Writer New Braunfels Christian Academy students got an extra week of sum mer fun as they started school a week after local public schools rang the bells on a new school The 448 NBCA students returned for their first day of school with a new school administrator and high school former administrator Marcia Wall John Cox replaces who will be a principal for the elementary school 995 Missions Hills Cox joined the school 15 and comes from Wall He is looking for a new home in New she Once Cox gets settled one of his primary tasks will be dealing with the academys growing The academy is looking for land to build a new Wall the high school stu dents attend class at T Bar M Sports Wall said the new school would serve up to 500 So parents and others have pledged about for the new Besides finding enough space for the academy also hopes to get computer and other technology upgrades and still maintain afford able Compared to San Antonio private school Wall said NBCA costs about Because were not the cost factor for the school is 100 percent of all Weve practiced good but financing comes from outsiders and she Tuition pays for about 85 percent of with fundraisers making up the she The interdenominational school draws its student body from about 150 surrounding church congrega Plane crash victims still critical FROM STAFF REPORTS SAN ANTONIO A Fort Sam Houston official reported Monday that the two McAllen brothers injured in a Bulverde plane crash remained in critical Hospital spokesperson Norma Guerra reported that Jan and his brother Gary were being treated in the intensive care center of the hospitals burn treat ment The Klincks were injured in a crash Thursday when the six seat Piper Malibu piloted by Jan Klinck stalled after takeoff from Kestrel Air Guerra said Gary Klinck had third degree burns to 84 percent of his Jan Klinck is being treated for third degree burns to 41 percent of his Jan and Gary Klinck are longtime pharmacists and McAllen business Jan Klinck is a McAllen city com missioner who has served since Before he was a member of the McAllen Public Utilities Board for 16 INSIDE 4B Key Code 76 Smith making Comal visits FROM STAFF REPORTS Congressman Lamar Smith will speak at the Republican Club of Comal County meeting The meeting will take place at at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative 36101 Farmto Market Road Smith will make a presentation about the past eight months in the Bush administration and cur rent congressional Smith spokes woman OLene Stone said the congressman also will give a preview of what he expects on the Washington scene for the remainder of the Smith has rep resented the 21st Congressional District since SMITH ;

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