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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 30, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas 4A HERALDZEITUNG Wednesday August COUNTY LoGAl oTATE AROUND THE STATE crash Stephen Simons of Fort Worth liked to let his family and friends in Tulia know fchen his military flight pat itern would take him over jttieir area A few residents of the Panhandle town including Simons fatherinlaw TCIetus Dobbs gathered to jtoatch him fly by Moments later the F16 plummeted to the ground bursting into flames The 41yearold Delta Air Lines pilot died in the crash before his family and friends duds DALLAS North Texas company is working qn technology to put med fcal sensors in a smart The device could allow the wearers vital signs to be continuously transmitted to a doctor Addisonbased says the shirt could be used to mon itor a patients heart or res piration rate and send the ifhformation to a doctor over cellular or satellite Researchers at the jQeorgia Institute of itechnology developed the shirt in a project funded by the military The government has been looking for a way to monitor the physical condi tion of soldiers during bat tle UPCOMING MEETINGS MARION INDEPEN DENT SCHOOL DIS TRICT board of trustees meeting 7 Wednesday at the sec ondary schools cafeteria NEW BRAUNFELS UTILITIES BOARD OF TRUSTEES Thursday NBU Board Room 263 Main Plaza NEW BRAUNFELS INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT CORP 7 Thursday New Braunfels Municipal Building conference room A 424 S Castell Ave COMAL COUNTY COM MISSIONERS COURT Regular meeting followed by public hearing on the proposed county budget and tax rate Thursday in the Commis sioners courtroom 3rd floor Comal County Courthouse Annex 150 N Ave COMAL COUNTY COM MISSIONERS COURT public hearing on the pro posed county budget and tax rate followed by adop tion vote 5 30 Thursday in the Commissioners courtroom 3rd floor Comal County Courthouse Annex 150 N Seguin Ave NEW BRAUNFELS PUNNING AND ZONING COMMISSION Tuesday Sept 5 pouncil chambers New Braunfels Municipal Building 424 8 Castell Ave iii ii niin mini 111TTII IHIHIIIIIH i iiminiiiiiii1111 liana mi HIin iim i IIHIIIHI m United Way opens drive Directors set goal for 2000 effort The United Way of Comal County has begun the 2000 drive to raise for 25 Comal County agen cies working to help youth elderly and needy in the community The United Way of Comal County has an allvolunteer HULL board of direc tors led by president Jonathan Hull a local attorney The drive chair is Sharon McCoy a longtime resident of New Braunfels Other Board Members are Sumner Bowen presi dentelect David Rastellini treasurer James Dunks Carol Robison allo cations chair Joe Rogers executive director Liz Granados admin assis McCOY tant Debbie Fitsko Larry Ratliff Liza Stockwell Fritzie Richter Jim Davis Jim Scheele Jr Mark Dingeldein Sharla King Bobbie Landrum Pattie Tippit Gary O Lenard John Saenz Kim Deese If you have a business or industry that would like someone from the local United Way to speak with employees call 629 7760 Ninetyeight cents of every dollar donated stays and works in Comal County If you work out side Comal County be sure to designate your donations to come to Comal County The United Way code number is 825 Photo submitted The United Way of Comal County has opened the drive for the year 2000 to raise for 25 agencies in Comal County Postmaster Hernandez receives the first letters from the United Way president Jonathan Hull GETTING UNITED WAY HELP i Adult Literacy Council American Red Cross Boy Scouts of America Bulverde Senior Center BulverdeSpring Branch Community Service Inc Canyon Lake Action Center Canyon Lake Community Youth Rec Center Comal County 4H Comal County Child Welfare Board Comal County Emergency Childrens Shelter Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation Comal County Womens Center Communities in Schools of Comal County Inc Community Council of South Central Texas Community Service Center Connection Family Outreach of Comal County Hill Country Mental Health Mental Retardation Services Homespun Lone Star Girl Scout Council New Braunfels Youth Sports Inc Retired Senior Volunteer Program Salvation Army Inc Food Bank YMCA of Comal County COIN BUYERS Buying Coins Is tidbit Forming But Fun See Us Soon For More 358 Landa 6292781 LINE DRIVE SALE A Division The entire month of September TWINIAB Come In And Check Out Our Large Selection Located in the Courtyard Shopping Center MF 6O619OO Sat WORD suspends Guadalupe River cleanup contracts No Time to Clean If you have too much to do and too little time to do it Merry Maids can help We take the hassle out of housework with regular weekly biweekly or special one time cleaning services For your security we pay workers comp and all our professionally trained cleaning teams are bonded and insured We tailor our service to meet your needs 6204056 Serving more than customers nationwide I SAVE On Your First House Cleaning Service from meny maids 6204056 New cuatomera onlv Not valid with other offers Expires 1 fflfccz The WaterOriented Recreation District has cancelled Guadalupe River cleanup contracts for the final two weeks of its season WORD General Manager George Cushanick said low use on the Guadalupe this summer led to the decision Were not even expecting that big of a weekend on Labor Cushanick said Due to the low utilization of the river we thought it was necessary to do this Its fiscally responsible for us to cut back these A pair of contractors outfitter Paul Rich of Mountain Breeze and Stryker Saunders clean sec tions of the river Cushanick said WORDS health and sanitation committee decided the cleanup with the low use was not costeffective The annual Friends of the River cleanup will still take place on Sept 16 Cushanick said WORD cleans the river from FarmtoMarket Road 306 down to Gruene with a Wireless Phone from Moya Communications Donate to SPECIAL OLYMPICS and receive a Nokia Phone Weekends on select rale plans far up EM too Gw Southwestern Bell AUTHORIZED WIRELESS AGENT NEW BRAUNFELS TX 2 1 IA WOE CENTER DRIVE Sow lesliKfom Apply See store fa details AUGUST SPECIAL AIR DUCTS CLEANED 1 VR FREE FILTERS CARPET ORIENTAL RUG CLEANINGS ARE OUR SPECIALTY 6067384 18887361824 f Oriental Rug Cleaning Drapery Mini Blind Cleaning Carpet Cleaning Furnitur Cleaning Air Duct Cleaning Water Damage RtMoraiion OFFICE 210 TRADECENTER DRIVE FREE ESTIMATES 24 HR EMERGENCY SERVICE Open MonSat 1644 McQueeney New Braunfels TX Prices Good Through September While Market Items Last FRESH FRYERS c FRESH SAUSAGE CHUCK HAMBURGER 5 IBS OR MORE MARKET FRANKS 5 IBS OR MORE Com SMITI DR PIPPIR Dm Con 9 for 12 Pack Cans BEEP FAJITAS dtaLB BEEP PATTIES 79 PORK SIRLOIN STEAKS 8 01 BEEplllETS BAKING POTATOES YELLOW ONMNS URElN w
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