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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 17, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                410 M053 MICROPLEX MITCH WQMBLE BOX 45436 TX 75245 SMU Louisville 64 Texas Tech Arkansas 50 Texas TCU 60 Texas Baylor 72 Gunslingers wallop Denver in Sports Postal rates go up today see below Rogers wont run again Sciantarelli files By DANA STELL Staff writer A second candidate Friday filed for the April 6 City Council while another incumbent announced he would not seek re Edward a local will run for the District 4 seat to be left vacant by twoterm incumbent Joe Im not going to Rogers said Friday I said at the onset that if I was fortunate enough to serve six I thought that was enough and I want to stick to I have a new job now and I need to dedicate my time to Rogers And I need to reacquaint myself with my Rogers was named principal of Smithson Valley High School last District 4 incumbent Stratemann could not run again because he does not live in that Former mayor George Erben filed for that seat on Rogers said of his service on the Council that he is most proud of the way the city has tried to control its And we have made forward motion on our parks in preserving Landa he Rogers pointed out that the police department has grown and the city has finally come up with a good pay which gives employees an incentive to stay with the The former high school band director said he hopes to have some input on the upcoming city bond issue and is so proud I could serve the people who elected said he wants to maintain the quality of life available in New Braun Ive been here nine years and have been Involved in quite a few different he Ive watched New Braunfels grow and grow and Im concerned about the type Of growth were Sciantarelli said business growth is im portant to a citys but he said he wants to preserve the quality of New One of Sciantarellls main concerns is the preservation of Im concerned about the pumping of the Edwards he If you dont have youre up a so to speak a dry Weve got to do something to increase our The local dentist said he believes the time is right for the citys proposed bond I think the bond issue is going to be a very important thing to come he Its theres no question about We need to raise you have to provide services as the city Sciantarelli is a Corpus Christi He graduated from the University of Texas in 1971 and from UT Dental school in During a ninemonth practice in San he began practicing here with Mitchell He moved here in Candidates may file in the city secretarys office in city hall during business hours until March New Braunfels Herald New Sunday February 50 Cents 68 Sections Hay don to get artificial heart AP Murray a retired autoworker and avid student of goes into the history books Ijimself Sunday when he becomes the third human recipient of a permanent artificial The experimental operation will be the second in three months per formed at Humajia Hospital Audubpn William the only surgeon authorized to implant man made hearts in suffers from idopathic dilated a disease that progressively has weakened and enlarged his heart leading to poor blood said his Jerome The cause of Haydons diagnosed in 1981 and treated four years with is His heart began deteriorating rapidly in January and he has lost 20 to 25 pounds in the past three Lacy Allan medical director of the Humana Heart In stitute said Haydon was the best implant patient he had I feel much more confident than I did with he referring to Humanas first artificial heart I have a good feeling about this patient and I believe DeVries does Humana spokesmen had said that Haydon would live just a matter of days without the But at a news conference Saturday Lansing said It is possible he might live two or three weeks as he is He would be unlikely to get out of until he Lansing also said he believes Haydons experience with the man made heart would be a more adequate test of the research project than the first two because he has not suffered a heart attack and his other organs are The grandfather of including a grandson born Friday at is bedridden and extremely Haydon spent a quiet He was taken in a wheelchair to see his new He was all said Bob Humanas director of public He was scheduled to be wheeled into the operating room about See Page 12A Classy crowd SI II III I New Braunfels High some clad in jackets and applaud during player in troductions at Fridays New Braunfels Canyon basketball The game was classy as Canyon won in three Despite the the Unicorns are district and Canyon remained in the playoff picture with the Page Zamora files in NBISD By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer A parent who helped shape New Braunfels including the 5 single member districts now in filed Friday as a candidate in NBISDs District 1 Aguinaldo Nayo a resident of New Braunfels since has no opponent yet for the school trustee position now held by u cumbent Rudy District 1 includes the West who was elected before the singlemember districts were in will not run again from District 1 because he does not live in the The federal lawsuit that Zamora was a plaintiff in claimed that minority candidates were discriminated against by having all trustees run The suit ended with a settlement that created five singlemember districts and two at large positions on the board of The two atlarge positions will also be up for election April The filing deadline for all trustee positions is See Page 12A 22 cents needed to mail letter WASHINGTON AP The cost of mailing a letter rises Sunday from 20 cents to 22 the first increase in firstclass postage in 3V4 Virtually all classes of mail were increasing in price by an amount similar to the 13 percent increase in firstclass Postcards rise from 13 cents to 14 cents and sending a package by parcel post increases rates increase by about 9 Postmaster General Paul Carlin has said he hopes that the next rate increase will not be needed for three years or perhaps even Inside Water Watch Coma eft down 8 Canyon down 7 Canyon Dam outflow cfs same up Canyon Lake same City Hall will be closed Monday in observance of Presidents Day Comal County Cpur thouse will remain Mobys garbage run wQl take place United States Poji Off ice employees also will be off as will bank Schools will be open as Todays Weather It will be mostly sunny becoming partly cloudy tonight and Winds will be nor theasterly at 1015 mph decreasing to 510 mph tonight and Todays high will be in the upper with a low tonight in the low 30s and a high on Monday near BUSINESS 6A CLASSIFIED 915B COMICS 8B CROSSWORD 6B DEARA8BY 6B HOROSCOPE 8B KALEIDOSCOPE 16B OPINIONS 4A SPORTS 810A WEATHER 3A No worse for wear Levin in good health after 11month ordeal West Germany AP A Air Forte doctor pronounced American TV correspondent Jeremy Levin in health Saturday despite the 11 months Levin reported spending chained in solitary confinement in But the Air Force said who was the Beirut bureau chief for Cable News Network when he was kid napped last March would not meet journalists before he Today Levin is in good health and there should be no reason to curtail his return to the United said a statement read by Bill a spokesman for the Air Forces in His departure date has not been Levin said he had been treated miserably during his captivity held in chains and in solitary established as Johnson said by telephone from the Air Force Regional Medical Center in West where Levin underwent a medical was admitted to the hospital for a routine checkup late Friday after arriving at the Air Forces RheinMain Air Base in Frankfurt from aboard an executive jet chartered by Cable News After an emotional welcome from his wife her son her daughter Clare and other family was driven to the hospital in about 20 miles west of Levin told reporters he felt just fantastic on arrival at RheinMain Air He has been in seclusion at the hospital since Johnson said the decision to keep Levin away from reporters was not prompted by an anonymous telephone threat from an Islamic extremist group to execute one of the Americans it claims to be holding in See Page 12A Child advocate program touted to help victims of sexual abuse A child advocacy program will begin soon in Comal one result of a meeting Saturday to iron out differences among those who work on child abuse The Comal County Child Welfare Board will be looking for volunteers who wish to receive training to become child In some child abuse cases where the parents are so emotionally in volved in the the child needs someone there just for Cindy president of the child welfare Reinarz called the meeting to work out differences between all the people concerned in child abuse Those attending included District Attorney Bill County Attorney Bill New Braunfels detective Ray sheriffs investigator Dennis Department of Human Resources their supervisor and the DHR and two local physicians Timothy Owens and Kenneth Teuf Reimer said the child advocate has a legal status if appointed by the court to represent the childs interest in But many times abuse cases are resolved without going to The child advocate is not an but would establish a relationship with the child and the visit the explain court procedures to the child and possibly offer the court another perspective that the child may not feel comfortable telling a caseworker or We need the child advocate program to be a community kind of Owens We need men and women from every part of every ethnic every class to make this The first child advocate program was in Owens Bexar County has just recently begun one and a few other counties in Texas have such The child welfare buard plans to get the guidelines already written from trie existing programs to help them set this one Reinarz We all bring to each case the normal pressures that each agency has to contend case that keep us from being able to totally con centrate on the Owens The child advocate would not represent any particular agency nor any particular familial relation Another topic covered in the meeting was the offer by Sheriff Walter Fellers to use a room in the new jail to videotape victims of child sexual abuse both in civil and criminal The room would be a conference room in the complex of offices used by investigators at the front of the jail Reimer had offerd to use part of his hotcheck fund money to buy a two way mirror so that the videotaping equipment and operator would be in a separate He also offered to decorate the room so that it looked   

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