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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 3, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Red Raiders sink clinch SWC top spot 75245 igars blast baseball tournament Details in Sports Spurs whip Hawks Gunslingers seeklstTD New Braunfels Herald Ntw Brauitf Ttxtt 45 Sunday March 50 52 Sections Port trial start pushed back again By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer The screening of prospective jurors about media exposure on the David Port murder case is expected to continue with final jury selection now set to begin at 9 Six days of screening ended Saturday with 51 prospective jurors qualified on publicity The screening process will continue Monday morning with 10 prospective jurors left to and those who qualify will then be asked to return Tuesday The tedious purifying of publicity as District Judge McMaster called it Saturday began on 25 when those who knew anything about the Port case were adked to raise their Prosecutors Mary Milloy and Keno and defense attorney Jack Zimmermann then spent the DERYL DAVID PORT rest of the questioning them onebyone on the extent and source of their and whether they had already concluded Ports guilt based on that Port is charged with murder in the June 7 shooting of Houston mail carrier Debora Sue The trial was moved to New Braunfels on a change of venue to counter pretrial publicity on the mainly cen tered around the refusal of Ports parents to testify before a Harris County grand jury and their sub sequent imprisonment for that Of the 13 questioned one prospective juror said she would not be able to keep the parents ordeal separate from the murder charge against She said she wasnt sure why the parents didnt help him if they could and Judge Mc Master promptly excused her from See Page 12 A Friday night fever Unicorn assistant coach Chris Douglas and head coach Cliff Wilkins practice a John Travolta like move after New Braunfels earned a spot in the state basketball tournament Thats trainer Dean Laird looking ready to join Details in LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG Brumbelow seeks NBISD Place 1 By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Larry vice president of San Antonio filed Friday for the District 1 school trustee position in the New Braunfels ISD election Brumbelow and Aguinaldo Nayo Zamora have both filed for the District 1 position so In the same election two atlarge positions on the board will be day to file is March a lifetime resident of New has a bachelors of art in I have financial and appraisal knowledge that I believe would be of use to the school Brumbelow I am the senior residential appraiser at S AS As a businessman and a Brumbelow said he wanted the quality of education at New Braunfels ISD to remain New Braunfels is experiencing a lot of We have to plan for I will take a hard look at where our school district is going with the ex pansion program and what taxes are needed to support the he District 1 was created along with the other four singlemember districts when NBISD settled out of court with the Mexican American Legal Defense Fund which sued in federal court on the basis that minority candidates do not have an equal chance when all trustees are voted for at The compromise included two atlarge positions and five singlemember This election will be the first time that District 1 has selected a representative on the The incumbent in that Rudy has moved out of District 1 and therefore cannot run for the County still eyeing options on replacing Hank English Inside LESLIE KRiEWALDTHERALDZeiTUNG Newlycrowned Canyon High student Mary Ana Cunningham gets backstage hug after being crowned New Braunfels Junior Miss at the annual pageant Saturday night at the Civic Related Page Commissioners court will probably not consider a replacement for the late Constable of Precinct Hank for a while but they have received a few applications for the English died of a heart attack almost a month ago in the parking lot of the Couthouse Annex after appearing at a commissioners court Applicants include Lee Bo Eoff a deputy con stable under Lester Jonas and Englishs choice of a and James Baker of a previous paper server with the sheriffs As far as I know no one on the court is interested in appointing anyone for awhile It will be at least another 45 Commissioner Lorenzo Yankee In a commissioners court meeting soon after the constables the commissioners agreed informally to wait at leat two or three months to appoint but welcomed applicants from anyone living in the precinct who wished to No time limit on appointing a replacement is set in the and Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Fred Stewart said that his court is being adequately served by the sheriffs The paper servers in the sheriffs department are serving any papers I need served and when I need a bailiff for my the sheriff sends over a Its good to have a but when you dont you make do as best you he County Judge Fred Clark could not be reached for comment LILLIAN THOMAS Close to the heart Surgery closes leak in Haydons artery AP Surgeons on Saturday closed a pencil leadthin opening inside the chest of Murray stemming the bleeding that had plagued the worlds third artificial heart patient for a spokesman Haydon was returned to his room after the 90 minute and was listed in critical but stable as he had been since receiving the mechanical heart 14 days said Bob a Humana Doctors at Humana HospitalAudubon had discovered an accumulation of blood in Haydons left cheat on and decided to open his chest to repair the problem when the blood pooling increased Irvine The bleeding apparently began Tuesday when thin plastic used for monitoring blood were pulled out of the major arteries and veins con nected to the artificial Zahi a Humana Heart Institute QB Saturday noted that Haydons breathing sounded rcmfflffli indicating fMM accumulation in the chest said Tnere also was decreased drainage out of the chest resulting in increased accumulation of blood in the chest he Masri called William wfeo implanted the artificial and the surgery decision was then made and was based on the continued bleeding over the last couple of Irvine Masri and DeVries began the operation about and finished it by Irvine saidHaydon was back in his room by 7 DeVries was able to locate the source of the bleeding right said It occurred in the right f trium where a monitor line bad beefrimjrignted during the time of the artificial heart Deration to monitor pressures in the right When the monitoring catheter wm withdrawn from the right atrium there was Uttte Irvine That basically was where Mood was DeVries then was able to suture that wound and stop the Irvine Earlier Irvine said condition fijjPjpMnPlf yjflMjw Shultz no progress made with Nicaragua Uruguay AP Secretary of State George Shultz met for nearly an hour Saturday with Nicaraguas Daniel Or but no major progress was made toward resolving differences between the two I dont know that anything although perhaps there is a recognition all around that the center of negotiations must be the Con tadora process and the sooner everyone gets back to that process the Shultz said He was addressing a news con ference soon after his 7 meeting with the head of Nicaraguas leftist Sandinista Shultz also challenged Ortegas announced to declare a moratorium on new weapons systems in Nicaragua and to arrange for the departure of 100 Cuban We compute that if they have 100 Cubans leave by the end of which is what they at this rate it would take until the middle of the next century for all the Cubans to have he The real question is how many Cubans there are in the Ortega later told reporters there were 800 Cuban military instructors and fewer than Cuban civilian advisers in said Washington has claimed ttwff are Cuban advisers in but you have to take a zero off that He also said charges that Nicaraguas military buildup threatens Central America are a He was asked about his taJJw with Shultz and We encountered a closed but not hope that the govwonwat Water Watch Comal cfs up 41 Canyon inflow cfs up 157 Canyon Dam outflow cfs same Edwards up Canyon Lake level up Todays Weather It will be cloudy this morning with some becoming partly cloudy by the then returning to mostly cloudy tonight The high today will be in the upper with a low tonight in the low 60s and a high on Monday in the low Parents teach Lone Star Primary students shared their parents with classmates this producing some interesting classroom 18 BUSINESS 5A CLASSIFIED COMICS 6B CROSSWORD 4B DEARABBY 2B ENTERTAINMENT 4B HOROSCOPE 6B KALEIDOSCOPE OPINIONS 4A PUBLIC RECORDS 11A SPOUTS WEATHER 3A   

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