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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 10, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas > fWK WMW •bout women tVMgpCV *.fvepvpu ■See Page a • *Vft&&are ■top* MuiMIIMMWMUillHllMHH, J Iviltlttimilll IIIIMItlllMlllMIIIIII J •••••••I* IHI ii •*»• Itll MIUIMI Mil wtty IMH......  i.lAt    I •MIMMIIIIMMMIMMIHIHMUIIIHMH ^ WllMMIIimiIMMMM(Hihimihiiih( MMM Annonymoue.................68 TheMwfcatplaoe  __________flB-100 lit, No. 171 id; Tina bike/car The deadline tor turning in applications Artha 1994-1995 *--->-♦!    m ^----^    «    -•-- LMOHinp nfw Piiuiiicii am I Friday, lilly 22. Stilting ifs third year, Leader-dup New Braunfels is made up of a diverse group of men A women dcsnng to enhance their leader* ship skills and knowledge of dis 410 50-WE.ST MOI6 10/22/99 /L^-,    MICROPUBL    Is    HT    Nr 6cV E YANDEL!. ~ MJNG Cill 625-2385 or come by the Sterner New Braunfels Clamber ofCommcrec office at 390 S. Septa St tor infonnreionor mr to IMM martins ■flUAff BA md    IflMA Pgp ®BP'itoNWp    1WW9 The New Braunfels Businem A Professional Women wul meet on Wetaesdhy. July 13 re the Holi-day Inn at &45 p.m. Dinner will be served re 7 p.m., fellowed by a program and buri- For    contact Elaine Wells a 62S-2947 ar Ruby Boding ii 615-7511. tomart on Mn IS The New BminfclsCanyon Lake Ares Anociation of Rcal-tom membership meeting ie 11:30 un. July 25, Boned of directon win meet at 1:30 a mJuly 22. accident By CHRMfflNB MARTH Staff Writer BULVERDE- A 10-yeirold Comal County yorib wu killed yesterday when his bicycle collided with a pick-up mick in the 3000 block ofBlanoo Rd, lea than 30 feet from his home. Lloyd Font, who wu on his way home when the accident occurred, wee airlifted to University Hospi tal at approximately 5:50p.m., where emergency personnel pronounced him deed. First responders included Bulverde Ares Votary leer Hie Department and Bulverde/Spcing tVsncW eye mftiA 1 /lee * i„n cm ss who oegtn urn ifnmeosteiy mer tffivtng, only minutes tfterthe impact. tine was The driver of the ^      tor    alOimi    HU8ETH men ineeeeee    err^^    ejpeecptr    ee^pe*    ^r^eermr i^ejpee Crewel e^f^Tetete ^M^weme^S Ifcrrrm Increased traffic, construction, and high speeds make 1-35 a growing concern with law enforcement, emergency officials Over the Fourth of July weekend, 63 people died on Tfexas highways. 32 mote than the Department of Public Safety anticipated. Within the past two weeks, three people have drid on made within Comal County, two on Interstate 35 in a multi-cer collision that injured five people. Local hwfflfoffpwfft md f-metgency pem^Tiei say mow of rte sc^rn tw^dcius occur on faff iffy 35. Several Actors are involved say professionals who know the highway <«f*Hfyg speed, alcohol, increased volume of traffic, md comtrucdon in sections north and south of the city. “Then has certainly been an i octette in the m»    once    cQBBtnictiQti began on both rides of the city,- mid New ar. Tm not aute construction ii the mob-ifwi Hif m^wpwMfwt ifp caused by peering, going way over the (peed limit** NBFD Puamedic Chief John Haber iud In dgodIb    gD0 the mute oC socsidhDtttti on 1-35, cnea thai are many times worn fmuM-carcQUiriooaatluah at around 5:30 p.m. “They think, i’ve got to    dated within the city limits are scheduled to get there a few seconds fiutcr.***    bagh* wwriiwc befbwLewimofrhf ccntu- Akhough fatalities an 1-35 in the city    ty. have yet to rise re a dramatic rn* three this    Many rerideatt am femiliar with coilyear mid New Braunfels Folks IMHc Ll    reructto north ofthe city, commonly John Wommack, increased numbers of peo-    known u MThc l\tnod,M where concrew pie aas using tbs higtnvay, especially ^hiring    berms created a narrow passage the summer tourist season, a feet firet con-    “Now that they have a divided highway came emergency personnel regarding the "‘Miff serious sCTSft1 tad Her-her. “If a person had even bod*the&vcrt ferine rider's < truck, e Sn Antonio man, seid he tried to avoid the child, but the bicycle will muck him broadside. Comal County Sheriff* Department and Texas Department of Public Safety Highway Patrol officials investigated the accident Officials declined may who was at Auh as of press time. Red Cross seeking donations for flood I victims in southeast: By MARK LYON Managing Editor “When you hit the mrs- ii    gnmM    a    blowout    there    it    could MSA* aniMdka tau % Lmm mn    MW    pw    a--------  i_____t mer ufuuuMSi jou OM sn    — Ruuiy more people. Thffn iwim    w    IMM you get eome kind of trig- Bl lAtlMI during USA ger event that will Involve WMkp IID pvoWMV lf nifhtSf ut a Trooper Roger    JJT*! Qara has preboiled 1-35 in rVMWy this ane tor more than 13 Of tWO ln th* mOtlS" yen, the last six baaed in kg, feflfpretM bumnpr Hay Braunfels. He mid he    --------- CMI see incmsct inbodi meed md volume of tref- ftO, Which gg n|g (porn* birred uddmloohol by become a mrior seer* Af*" Ha added emergency personnel and law anferoamant ara already thinking about Alture construction on 1-35 within the city limits and planning ways to deal width. _ A    One of the first pro* RoMrQwza jMwuiixtooh^e DPS Trooper the two-way aooem roads loom way along 1-35 In “Feopla autpdaa ase in ttret they dont pay attemiin to wirer they’re dcxi«,M seid Her- edima driven Arms a dwfiyrituadon. He the city. Chief lintier mid lite two sty arid the NAFTA agreement could Anther roedi actually Improve tmponae time for Increase Waffle on the    emergency vehfelee but »vsn*ff the *T tread to go acrose the medim to mrisa incwamdeefety of a one-way acceae. tiAim during the weak, no problem," ha    NBFD ‘fttffic Lt Wommack said about arid. “Now. cmaoially on Friday niahti. at ., flour qua or rwo ut me IIM ieim r» ewm winre * ■ewnmmm mi rn wmwi me o»y nnua IP bumper**    sri reduced Bis number of lanes ComtfMCtion also plays a key aria in acct-    “b wre wiack city up there,** ha arid. flafei and could increase es 1-35 presets    “And that only liaied two weeks.** Offerman! irid that load titians cm contribute st Aa Oonri County Rad Creaaoffiaa,loflBrid at 171E MOI St in New Braunfels. ContributionB cm also be fry Wffl re    IV—Mar tuSuf Fired, F.O. Box 37243. Waebington, D C 20013. Credit cred dooariom am ba nrede by oritktB 1-000-142-2200 (Baglrili) or 1-900-257-7&5 (Spanish) Fbr mom information, cell die local chapter office ri 620-1999. County officials, Beaver Dam owner remain set in their views ; — -s-.^rzr ;