Saturday, June 30, 2007
www.pedbikeimages.org / Dan Burden
Most accidents between motorists and bicyclists at night usually occur because car drivers are unable to see a biker before it's too late. To help reduce the chance of a nighttime biking accident, cyclists should always consider the following before going out for a ride:
— Make sure the bike has the reflectors required on all new bicycles. Each bike should have front and rear reflectors, pedal reflectors, and side rim or wheel reflectors. Use front and rear lights to help make your bicycle more noticeable to cars at night. Small battery-operated lamps strapped to your legs also help.
Madge Bellamy (June 30, 1899 – January 24, 1990) was an American film actress who was a popular leading lady in the 1920s.
Bellamy was born in Hillsboro, Texas as Margaret Derden Philpott.
She ran away to New York City at age 17, and soon was working as an actor and dancer on Broadway.
Bellamy made her film debut in 1920. After 4 years with Famous Players her contract was picked up by 20th Century Fox. Her best known films include Love Never Dies (1921), Lorna Doone (1922), and The Iron Horse (1924).
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