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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 21, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                IWswfceunfefcHereldJMtoiy A am A A celebrates 12th birthday HOUSTON AP A boy who has never been touched by a bare homan hand or kissed by Ms mother celebrates Ms 12th birthday today In ths germfree bubble where hs has spent his entire whose last name has been kept was born into a stsrUs snvironment and placed Immediately in a plastic home alter doctors determined he suffered from severe combined immune Ths discovered by doctors while David was In Ms mothers involves the lack of two types of white blood cells which ward off and which produce antibodies against Officials said he is the oldest sur vivor of the untreated David will be served a birthday cake at a private said Susan nah Moore spokeswoman for the Baylor College of which directs his He is a member of the Roman Catholic Church and will receive Communion with consecrated and irradiated she Hes just like any other 12yearold Griffin He seems He seems to accept Ms Davids family installed a video cassette recorder in their home last year and the boy has been able to see He also is able to play an electronic game and has started to play a miniature electronic He was treated to a special showing of Return of the Jedi at a local theater during the year and for Ms 12th birthday is expecting Jedi toys as Griffin said he also is to receive video game electronic toys and adventure Doctors planned after Davids birth to transplant bone marrow from Ms but the plan was abandoned when they found the blood types were not Bone marrow produces Since except for constant IBS dfrty oetakfc David KM received no treat ment for Ma David spends most of Ms Urns In a tarcompartment Isolator that takes most of his familys taring and dmtnf Ths Isolator is sapellU with constantly fiHsrad air that removes He spends two weeks a one in Jane and at the Teias Childrens Hospital In Two rooms are reserved for Mm at the hospital year At home during the school David spends 2H hours each morning and afternoon participating by a telephone hookup in a regular atartn grade class at a nearby A tarter teaches Mm at home for another two hours Tests have shown David to have a superior IQ and the scholastic sbiliUes of an The family takes David on outings through the use of a portable isolator which fits in a All items given to David are passed through an airlock in his Ethylene oxide gas is used to sterlUse food clothing and His food is also A paracettc acid solution Is used to sterilize plastic and glass David takes care of the inside of Ms passing out bedding and wastes for William Davids said a bone marrow transplant appears to be the only treatment possible for the The transplantation of bone marrow to David hasnt been feasible because of the lack of a matching said Unmatched bone he would cause a fatal condition called graft versus host disease in wMch the marrow rejects the Semiannual tests on David show that the boy has come in contact with some Swabs of Ms body areas have found a common human month Gebhardt Beans Crimefighting show boosts ABC ratings LOS ANGELES AP ABCs Hardcastle McCormick about an unlikely crimefighting came on like gangbusters in its two hour debut giving ABC two straight weeks on top of the ratings for the first time since The premiere finished for the week ended five points ahead of its nearest and helped give ABC its first Sunday victory in non special programming since October The Ughthearted adventure stars Brian Keith as a retired judge who collars Daniel Hugh a race car driver with a prison as his partner against Hardcastle McCormick was created by Stephen whose other NBCs The A finished fourth for the Cannell has yet another tongueincheek adventure coming NBCs The ABC won the Nielsen ratings with a network average of CBS was second with and NBC was third with The net works say this means that in an average primetime minute percent of the nations television homes were tuned to Tied for second were the season premiere of CBS 60 Minutes and an original ABC Lifes Most Embarrassing Moments H NBCs First a revamp of its magazine show in its new spot opposite CBS W finished desd last in 65th The CBS Evening News with Dan Rather was once again the highest rated news in third place last moved ahead of ABC to take second ABC slipped Into third The ratings CBS NBC ABC Here are the Top 5 programs ft Mc a rating of or million 60 or Most Embarrassing Moments or The or NFL Football Game Post Game or Warts could be link to cancer to visit PORK ROAST FRESH BOSTON BUTT County F New Braunfelg Herald Zntuny September 1 1993 7A COTO 12 Beans can 10 OS Sauerkraut Chicken Salad Oermenftylo Smoked TOmatOeSceo 390 350 390 430 Tuckers StewrVteTt steak FRESH SMALL TENDER Tendertaed Lean Minute MUStarCI jer Mortons SPARE RIBS reeh Ground DeJIy roun ey Chili Meat umumi m jumoo Dinner Franks Calf FROZEN FOOD KRAFT REGULAR OR HOT VELVEETA Fresh Texas Grown Whole Cut Up Freeh 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