New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 6, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
IN SPORTS DAY - Canyon boys shut out Kerrville Tivy 6-0, Cougs sit at 6-2-2 i
Weather/Water Watch Amotion Crossword............................
Birthday wish** from th# H*rald-Z*ltungl
The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to; Debbie Richter, Dorothy Pro tho, Janet M. Hammel, Lorry Soape, Lynn BUroi, George Coria (Saturday), Aylet* Fogarty (Saturday), Day-ten Hutchinson (Saturday), Marty Welcher (Saturday), Sarah Compton, Joteph Doyle, Ted BUott, Aubrey Porn, Florence Bryant (Monday), Olga Dbchlnger (Monday), Belie Garden (Monday), Donald Holcomb (Monday), Helen Nolen (Monday), O.C. Searlght (Monday). Happy Anntrenary to Juan A AUce Urbina, Arnold St Sharon Fenner (19 yean!), Mike A Amy Noble (I* year!), Arturo A Maria Guerrero (28 yean!)
Christian Women's Chib rn—ting —I
The New Braunfels Christian Women's Club will hod its monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 8 at 12 p.m. at the New Braunfels Holiday Inn.
A fashion show will be featured and foe speaker will be Paul Lev-eaett Bom New Braunfels.
For reservations, call 629-3855 or 620-5205. Free nursery provided.
■VMI IBM n rHL
Commemorative Dallas Cowboys T-shiits are now available through the New Braunfels ald-Zettung.
wishing to j^W s 'L
ceder these ^3Sm^ ^
may do so by CHfifflflQNS niacins orders ^6. yiil a. UL Hoc Herald-Zeitung office,
707 Lands St Customers should allow seven business days for delivery. Payment required upon ordering.
All sines are available, including youth sizes and large adults sizes.
For mote information, call Advertising Director Paul Davis at 625-9144.
Antlqu* Show I Sal* Mi for March 16-90
The 42nd Semi-Annual Antique Show A Sale will be held March 18-20 at the New Braunfels Qvic Center.
The show will begin Friday, March 18 at ll a.m. and end Sunday at 6 pm The show will end st 7 p.m. on Fricky and Saturday and will start at 12 pjn. on Sunday.
Admission is $2.50 and is good for all three days.
(The New Braupfeb Herald-Zeitung invitee in reader* to submit items lo Slammtbch. According lo the Sophienburg Archives and members Cf the German community, mSkimmtisch" represents a sitting place for members of the community to gather and share the day's happenings. We invite you to share within)
Tho winning numbers
jackpotRanger RelaysPflugerville proves to be no fluke in girls division
■ Smithson Valley senior Bryan Wieland (right) runs hard during the prelims at Saturday's annual Ranger Relays - 10ANew BraunfelsIt’s unanimous!
Readers say Congress should live by the laws they pass. See reader survey results - 5A
38 Pages in three sections ■ Sunday, March 6,1994 fi«winn rnmd r/vrtu w mnrc than leo Mom* nf Drama nrarraSUNDAY
Serving Comal County for more than 142 years ■ Home of DEBBIE FECHTER
I Vol. 142, No. 82
Head-on collision sends 4 to area hospitals
AirLife takes two injured children to San Antonio trauma center
By ROSEMARIE EASH
Four children ranging in age from 7 to 13 were transported to area hospitals following a head-on collision in Startzville shortly before 5 pm. Saturday.
The accident occurred near the intersection of Canyon Bend and Farm to Market 2673. Melinda Smith, 30, of Canyon Lake, was driving into tire Canyon Lake Fores subdivision and turned right off Canyon Bend in a white late 1970s GMC parrel truck as Joey Gullick, 28, also of Canyon Lake, wu exiting the subdivision in a white Chevrolet Cavalier station wagon.
According to Trooper Roger Garza of the Texu Department of Public Safety, infbmretion gathered at the scene indicated that Smith had made a wide turn into the subdivision and wu on the wrong side of the rqad when the accident
nf^iipwH The tWP nnfljjriprt
head on, injuring all seven passen-
Accocding to Gullick he was taking his two children and three of their cousins on a tour of the lake when the soddens occurred. He said he and three of the children in the
second seat of the car were wearing seatbelts. The two children in foe tear of foe station wagon were not
One nine year old girl, Brenda Lovelace, was transported to McKenna Memorial Hospital and was still being evaluated in the Emergency Room at 7:30 p.m. Two boys, Joshua Winters, 7, and Philip Carter, 13, were transported via Baptist AirLife helicopter to University Medical Center and were listed in feir condition at 8 pm. Saturday night. An ll year-old-giri, Marguerite Carter, wu transported via ambulance to University Medical Center and wu also listed in fair condition at 8 pm. Saturday night.
Gullick suffered only cuts, scrapes and bruises and was not transported as a patient. The other child wu apparently not transported u a patient to either hospital and the Herald-Zeitung wu unable to verify his/her condition by presstiqre.
Smith was alone in the GMC truck. She was not wearing a seatbelt at the time, but was not transported to either McKenna Memorial or the University Medical Center and the Herald-Zeitung was unable to verify her condition at presstime.
who ware transported lo moo hospitals wars Hated In fair condition Saturday night. The fourth child, nlne-year-oid Brenda Lovelace, was under oh eery al Ion at Mr lf anna Memorial HoaoltaL TWO of th# children. Joshua Winters, 7, and Phillip Carter, 13, were transported via Airlift to University Medical Cantar In San Antonio.Chamber honors top Airmen
By JENNIFER ROMPEL
Representatives from the New
RminfrJy flhfmher pf (Vyrinxaty and
Randolph Air Force Base honored the recipients of the Airman of the Quarter and the Airman of foe Year awards Friday evening at Honor's Hall.
The Airman of the Year was presented to Joseph R. Erskine, 20, a communications-computer systems programming Apprentice.
Erskine is assigned to the San Antonio Information Processing Activity Defense Information Services Organization, Department af Defense, Randolph Air Force Base. Erskine was _______
Southwest CEO to be honored at 28th Texas Legislative Conference
Rom staff reporta
HenH-Zehutn photo by JOHN HUSETH Airman of th# Year Joaaph R. Eraklne (left), and Airman of th# Quarter Grant A GIII (right) are presented keys to the city by New Braunfels Mayor Rudy Seidel at Friday's Airman of tho Year recaption.
man of Texu and possibly Airman of foe entire Air Force.
Erskine received s weekend at a condo at Inverness,, dinner at Schwamkrugs, dinner at Langston House, gift certificates from Diamond _____ Rite, Chollers and several other area buri-
Tm very happy to be
son. Stinson here to recognize
these two young rgp°tuil>le»» gentlemen. I’m realty “ppo“ proud that we have the caliber of men in
ideation and computer services for all three branches of the military.
"Every person in our unit contributes substantially in this unit," he said.
Stinson said Ersldne fits the
tho service as you two. It makes us all taal safe and
- Mayor Rudy Seidel drauiic system*
assigned to foe
Erskine thanked the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce and his supervisor.
The Airman of the Quarter awald wu presented to Airman Grant A. GU, 25, an aircraft pneu-
mold of what is required to be in the unit
He bu also been named foe Airman of th year for foe Defense Information System Agency.
He wiU be eUgible to compete Air-
12th Maintenance Squadron at Randolph Air Force Base.
Captain Gordon Geiaon presented the award to Gill.
"We are pleased to come here to New Braunfels," said Geiaon. "Thou
of you who are lucky enough to know Grant Gill understand why we are here tonight."
"He knows where he's going and knows he's headed for the top," said Geison.
GUI and his wife were presented with a weekend at Roadway Inn, dinner at Molly Joes, dinner at Schwamkrugs, breakfast at Librados, and gift certificates at Collections, Landmark Square/Us foe Season and Circle S Riding Stables.
Both airman were presented with a key to foe city by Mayor Rudy Seidel.
"I'm very happy to be here to recognize there two young gentlemen," said Seidd. 'I'm really proud that we have foe caliber of men in the service u you two. It makes us all feel safe and secure."
Colonel Paul Biemadd thanked the chamber for the support it gives Randolph.
It’i in outstanding gesture tbs* our community is making to support our airman," said Biemadd.
The chamber recognizes each airman of the quarter with a mini-vacation in New Braunfels.
This is the 26th year foe chamber has been involved in the program.
The theme for the 28th Annual Texu Legislative Conference is "Texu in the Global Economy" according to BUI Cone, arrangements
The conference is sponsored by Bank of America Texas, Guadalupe Valley Telephone Co-op Inc. and Southwestern Bell Telephone.
The conference and the Texan of the Year reception will be held in foe New Braunfels Civic Center on Thursday and Friday, March 24 and 25. Receiving the Texan of the Year award will be Herb Kelleher, chairman of the board, prtMlfr* chief execu
tive officer of Southwest Airlines.
Kelleher will kick-off the conference on the morning of the March 25 addrereing the question *^Can we compete in spite of federal regulatory pres-sure?"
Other ireues to be discuared will be the Texu legislative tole in foe global economy, doing bori "ft# in Mexico, expectations for Texu ftorn foe North American Free Trade Agreement and other international relationships.
Lieutenant Governor Bob Bullock will be the prindple speaker at foe noon luncheon wrapping up the conference.
Advisory Committee Chairman Max Sherman will preride U the reception and conference. Sherman it the dean of foe Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at tbs University of Texu in Austin.
Program speakers indude Stale Senator Carlos Tiuan, chair, International Relations, Trade and Technology; State Representative Curtis Seidlitz Jr., chair, State Affairs Committee;
James R Adams,
Southwestern Bell Corporation;
Don Newquist, chairman, U.S.
International Trade Commission; Tom Stell-man, director,
Internationsl Herb Kelleher Business Development, Texu Department of Commerce; and Syrian Syal, vice prodders, International Marketing, Greater Houston Partnership.
Those handling question and answer sesrions include Dane Harris Sr., president, Texu Association of Business; Bob Krueger, former Ambassador at Large to Mexico and former U.S. Senator; and Erfcnund Kuempei, state representative.
Those handling the question and answer sesrions indude Dane Harris, Sr., President, Texu Association of Business Bob Krueger, former ambassador at large to Mexico and former U.S. Senator, and B<fenmd Kuempei, state representative.
"Associate sponsorships and early registrations are ahead of last year at this time and we will probably attract afetal attendance of400 to 500 people from around the state," said Cone.
The conference is open to public and registrations will be accepted at the door.
An advance discount registration is available until March 14 and can be made it the chamber office, 390 S. Seguin Street. For Anther information, contact the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce at (210) 625-2385.
Don’t miss Horizons ’94 - Coming March 27 in the Herald-Zeitung!