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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 3, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas FORUM HISTORY Founders arrived on Good Y W APRIL HERALD ZEITUNG LOCAL CATHIDRAL Local mans yearlong project is Page 14 1 section CK cloudy High Low 86 64 i Details i DEARABBY 10 I CLASSIFIEDS 11 I COMICS CROSSWORD FORUM i OBITUARIES SPORTS I TV GRIDS 10 Plane crash kills Spring Branch man Experienced pilot killed In San Patrick County flying small plane In morning fog By Mark The HeraldZeitung A singleengined plane crash in about 130 miles south of New claimed the life of a Spring Branch a Federal Aviation Administration offi cial said FAA aircraft safety inspec tor Boyd Kempf said 46year old Scott James Schilleci of Spring Branch was pro nounced dead at the scene of the midmorning which occurred close to the say quality of air travel decreased in 2005 Passengers bemoan gage VTORST I Southwest had the fewest complaints in per pas By Jennifer Kerr Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON hassles are on the rise More passengers found themselves their flights delayed or their bags lost last year than in according to the annual Airline Quality Rating report released The report does not include recent weather related flight delays such as the ones that left JetBlue and United Airlines planes idling for hours on They just dont get it said Dean an asso ciate professor at Wichita State University who coauthored the study with Brent Bowen of the University of Nebraska at One researchers was that the overall num ber of airline complaints has stabilized since hitting a five year low in Jet which rated highest on the list for the past three was bumped out of the top slot by Hawaiian which made its debut on the list this The top three on the IBairline list were Hawai JetBlue and while See Page 7 i United and US Airways tied for the per San Patricio County several miles west of Preliminary reports are suggesting that at about Central Daylight the pilot was on initial approach when the plane stalled and said FAA spokesman Roland The pilot received fatal injuries and the aircraft was destroyed by Dorothy who lives about 200 yards of the crash site on Texas said she heard two loud pops just Photo courtesy of Kwrr San Patricio County News Danny Lorberau left and Sinton Volunteer Fire Department firefighter Jason Deleon survey the wreckage from a plane crash that claimed the life of Spring Branch resident Scott in San Patricio See Page 6 County Monday Smashing celebration DAVID Above Tomas Caballero flies out a largerthanlife Superman pinata at the Landa Park Pinata and Castle Bounce on Monday With Easter this weekend this is one of the busiest weeks of the year for the business sells the traditional party including Cascarones are an Easter tradition By Ache The HeraldZeitung What are brightly look like a cartoon or movie character and holds up to 15 pounds of can dy of Tomas his daughter Estella Young and son Tomas Caballero have been selling brightly colored pinatas and cas carones at Landa Park Pinatas and See Page 6 Alarm alerts couple to fire Free detectors recently provided under city program By Suzanne The HeraldZeitung An alert neighbor and a smoke detector were instru mental in saving the lives of a New Braunfels couple Sunday Darren a bat talion chief with the New Braunfels Fire said Monday that Ed and Nan cy both in their were taking a nap at at their residence on the 1800 block of Kuehler when their attic caught on When we there was heavy smoke and fire coming from two ridge vents in the he Brinkkoeter said Nancy Hill detector alarm and got her husband up and out of the Hill was at the front door and we assisted him out of the Brinkkoeter Firefighters cut a hole in the kitchen in order access and extinguish the Brinkkoeter The cause of the fire is elec according to New Braunfels Fire Marshal Doug The damage to the home is valued at about The monetary damage to the house was secondary to Ed who said he was grate ful to the There were flames shoot ing out and they did a remark able job controlling the he They confined it to the attic and Loretta the Hills lives across the street from her parents and said their next door neighbor called the fire department when he saw the Quest the next door was working in his she He made sure mother and dad were Brinkkoeter said the smoke See Page 7 Garden Ridge mayor faces election challenger By Sancton The HeraldZeitung Garden Ridge Mayor Jay Feibel man will face competition from challenger Gerald Caswell in the May city who has been mayor since ran unopposed in the two most recent who has lived in Garden Ridge for three said he thinks the city is ready for a I think the current administra tion has done a good but J think theres room for he The a retired civil ser said he would like to see taxes lowered and wants the city to take steps toward ending blasting at the Hanson 1 know the tax rate is but when you put that toward a or thats a lot of he Id also like to find out more about the quarry I dont think theres any per as to when they will be done Feibelman said he has worked to keep Garden Ridges tax rate the lower than many other cities in the The 2006 tax rate is 23 cents per or per year for a home appraised at The mayor said hes also helped See Page 6 Remember EZ PAY Have your subscription paid directly from your credit checking or savings account CAU8304259144 HERALDZE1TUNC On COME BY 707 LANDA
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