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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 13, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Cougarettes prepare for trip to state NEW BRAUNFELS 14 ages in 2 sections piRcs HERALDZEI IUNG 315 Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852 50 cents Chase ends with shots fired Man suffers superficial injuries after pursuit through city JESSIE Clockwise from a 31yearold Kyle man is treated by New Braunfels before being taken to University Hospital Monday afternoon lower police detective Bob Parchman examines the silver automatic pistol the suspect repprtedly carried and lower a patrol officer and detective Scott examine bullet hofesarid other evidence BY RON MALONEY AND BILL FRISBIE Staff Writers A New Braunfels police officer shot and wounded a 31yearold Kyle man in a parking lot off Business 35 after a highspeed vehicle chase Monday The whom police had not identified by Monday was being treated for wounds to his chest and A University Hospital official said Monday afternoon the man had three or four superficial was in stable condi tion and was expected to fully He will be released to Comal County Four police officers at the scene of the shooting have been placed on paid administrative leave while Texas Rangers review the shoot The wounded man was shot by at least one of several police offi cers that pursued him through the city and then boxed him into a parking lot at the Church of Christ in the 1600 block of Busi ness 35 During the the man reportedly rammed two police Before the man was a NBPD supervisor said he refused to acknowledge orders to raise his hands and step from his See Council gets short list of manager hopefuls BY BILL FRISBIE Staff Writer And then there were New Braunfels City Council set 4 as the date it will interview five can didates chosen from a field of 82 to serve as its next city interim city manager Hector Tamayo The decision came after Mondays closeddoor executive A repre sentative from a Dallasbased consult ing firm hired to guide the search pre sented what he said were the 10 leading candidates for the When the HeraldZeitung asked for the short list of Tamayo declined to release the names Monday He said that each candidate was a current city manager who needed to notify employers of his or her appli cation for the New Braunfels Chuck consultant for Ralph Andersen and Associates narrowed the list of applicants since the 12 filing deadline through interviews and refer ence The council hired the con sulting firm in August for after See AFP MANTEL Emergency personnel search the site where an American Airlines plane crashed Monday in the Rockaway Beach section of the Queens borough of New Plane crash kills all 255 on board NYC rallies as tragedy strikes again BY DIEGO IBARQUEN Associated Press Writer NEW YORK jet liner en route to the Domini can Republic broke apart minutes after takeoff and crashed in a waterfront neighborhood engulfing homes in flames and sowing initial fears of a new terrorist All 255 people aboard were and at least six others were reported missing on the Its looking like its not a terrorist said a senior Bush administration official who spoke on condition of If there was an explosion on the plane and many bystanders heard one it was probably caused by a catastrophic mechanical investigators Authorities found one of the two black boxes on board the 13yearold European made Airbus A300 and said it would be examined for American Airlines Flight 587 left Kennedy Airport at 74 minutes lifting off into a clear blue It nosedived three min utes later into the Rockaway Beach section of Queens a middleclass 15 miles from that had lost scores of its peo firefighters and financial workers among in the World Trade Center cata strophe just two months I just not Its looking like its not a terrorist senior Push administration official speaking on condition of anonymity said Milena who was putting up Thanks giving decorations when she heard an Furious orange flames tow ered above the and a plume of black smoke could be seen miles Saud said he was raking leaves in front of his home when he looked spotted the plane and saw a large chunk of a wing fall At that he the aircraft went into a spiral ing dive and set the neigh borhood on We could feel the The flames were he Even though it was it was because it was very Other witnesses reported hearing an explosion and see ing an engine and other debris falling off the twin engine jet as it came An engine was found intact in a parking lot nt a Texaco where it had missed the gas pumps by no more than 6 feet neighbors ran to the scene with garden hoses to put out the Part of a wing appeared to be in Jamaica just Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and the pianos tail was pulled from the See TxDOT getting road feedback Wednesday meeting all about public comments BY BILL FRISBIE Staff Writer The competition for state road funds will begin at 7 Wednesday at the New Braunfels Municipal Build ings city council 424 Residents can tell the Texas Depart ment of Transportation officials which Comal County projects should be con sidered for funding in the states 2003 2006 Rural Transportation Improve ment The program is a fiveyear working document the state modifies annually to establish funding priori Stephen chairman of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce transportation will facilitate the The city and the county have been working to get our transportation INSIDE Key Code 76 NBISD board reorganizes Penelope Biggadike and Jorge Maldonado take the oath of office from Comal County Judge Danny Scheel on Monday after they were recently elected to the New Braunfels ISO Board of Also Monday outgoing board president Bill Biggadike was recognized for his Elected to fill his position as president was Lee NBISO photo
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