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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 18, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels August 3A One two injured in train accident HOUSTON AP A runaway from a youth center was killed and two others suffered critical injuries Saturday when a 109car train hit them as they slept on railroad authorities Michael of Houston was pronounced dead at Livingston Memorial Hospital shortly after the predawn ac said hospital spokewoman Joy The other identified as Sebastian and Shannon both of were taken to the Livingston then transferred by helicopter to Houstons Hermann Hermann spokeswoman Rose Marie Fuller said both teenagers were in critical condition Saturday Williams right arm had to be amputated and both youths suf fered severe head injuries and multiple she Department of Public Safety spokesman Mike Cox said the three were running away from the Hope Center for youths at Apple Springs in Trinity The trio was returning to Houston on foot and fell asleep on railroad tracks about four miles north of in Polk Cox About a Southern Pacific freight train enroute from Lufkin to Houston roared hitting the youths and traveling a short distance before DPS officials The train was still on top of two of the subjects when it One was found clear of the said DPS spokeswoman Ann DPS officials said they did not know at what speed the train was traveling or why the teenagers slept on the Hope Center director Lyndon Langford said the teenagers apparently ran away around noon Langford was unable to say how long the boys were residents of the which he described as a therapeutic wildreness program for kids that have kids that have been in The director said the boys did not seem unhappy at the One of the boys had been doing very well and this running away was a very big surprise for Langford He was planning on going home real Langford said the center has counselors on duty around the clock but residents are not as restricted as youths in a detention We dont have any or jail cells or handcuffs because we believe in teaching Langford Baby boom EL PASO AP The baby business is booming at Thomason General Hospital where one day last week all the delivery rooms were labor rooms had to be converted to birthing areas and laboring women were lined up in beds in the hospitals Joseph chief of obstetrics at said the unit set a record in July when 379 babies were The obstetrics ward was designed to handle 150 deliveries a he As of Friday the August baby count stood at and 10 women were in Sakakini The baby business at Thomason is up 12 percent from last officials At the baby census has gone as high as 62 at one they Thomasons intensive care which can handle eight also tends to fill to When that either Providence Memorial Hospital or Beaumont Army Medical Center take the Sakakini About three dozen newborns were resting Friday in the obstetrics Business brisk at El Paso hospital The thirdfloor obstetrics unit has a 43bed When it fills to new mothers are placed in rooms on other floors of the the physician Some women have gone through labor on beds placed in hospital corridors and some mothers have been sent home early to make room for more We pick anywhere theres an open Sakakini On the two delivery rooms were occupied and 10 women were in hospital officials Labor rooms became delivery One night earlier in the Sakakini two women were laboring in beds in the Phyllis community affairs director at said theres a bright spot in the busy third She said that when birth figures go so do sales in the hospital gift Eight obstetrics residents from Texas Tech University School of five fulltime staff physicians and three nursemidwives deliver and sometimes that isnt Its pretty but we Sakakini Dallas man advances in puzzle competition Ohio AP Pamela Pietz of put her handeye coordination into high gear Saturday to nab a narrow victory in the preliminary singles round of the fourth annual National Jigsaw Puzzle Championships In the doubles a Dallas man has also advanced to the Sisters Lori Reeves and Lisa both of took another step toward solidifying their doubles dynasty as they put together a puzzle in The sisters have won all three previous cham Pamela Rehkop of Scott Rehkop of Dallas were among other doubles teams ad vancing to Sundays Texas National Telecommunications Thank You New Braunfels for selecting Texas National Telecommunications your long distance carrier We Are Proud of Being your ONLY local long Distance since 1983 Having the same management since 1983 Never having changed our discounts since 1983 Our personalized Customer Service Our active role in the New Braunfels Community No set up No Service or Monthly minimums Pay only for the Calls you It Makes CENTS 6295066 Formerly Coraal Communications State Health Board refuses to ban raw milk AUSTIN AP A sharply divided Texas Board of Health refused Saturday to put a statewide ban on sales of raw milk in retail After two hours of argument that pitted freedom of choice advocates against those who said raw milk should be banned because it can carry disease and the board finally agreed to take up the controversial issue again in The board also decided to consider allowing the sales of cow and goat milk at farmers markets when they next Most Texas including Fort Corpus Christi and El already prohibit the retail raw milk sales through local Highland Park and University Park do Robert state health and Laurance Nickey of El vice president of the pressed for a strict prohibition on raw milk Early in this century cemeteries were filled with infants killed by bad Nickey If a consuming adult wants to go the farm and buy raw that is his We have to protect the This is not But others insisted that consumers should be allowed to Not to have the freedom of choice goes against the grain in said board member Barbara Stover of Fort There is a need for us to find a way for people to get goat milk of the best possible Some opponents of the ban said it would create a health exactly the opposite of what is There is a demand for raw said Gary Newton of Texas Speciality which sells raw cow and goat milk in the Austin People will go to get it from the source and the product they get will not be clean as is now available at retail Twice the board has given preliminary ap proval to the but a third vote was needed to make it The board has also conducted three public hearings on the Infant dumped in trash bin HOUSTON AP Police are looking for a woman who witnesses say tossed a newborn infant wrapped in a plastic garbage bag in a trash The baby believed to be about two hours old when she was was in good condition at Jefferson Hospital authorities Houston Police Carl Driskell said a 12yearold boy pulled the child from the Had he not pulled the baby she would have You wouldnt wrap an animal like that and expect it to Driskell The sergeant said the Demetrius told police he saw the woman toss the bag into the Dumpster and drive but he did not know what was inside the plastic she the baby started I thought it was a because it was crying real the boy The infant was in the custody of Harris County Childrens Protective Services and will be placed in a foster said Judy spokeswoman for the Transient sought for apartment blaze AUSTIN AP Police continued searching Saturday for a transient suspected of using 47 cents worth of gas to start a million fire at a North Austin apartment Thirtyfour residents were left but no one was authorities The fire late Thursday did about million worth of they Fire Billy Brooks said police were lookim for a 33 yearold man who witnesses said was angry at beni ordered out of a vacant apartment at Manchester Square Apartments on We have people who heard the suspect sa tie was going to burn the complex before the and we have witnesses who actually sold him the said And then the fire happened just after We also found an accelerant at the scene where the fire Brooks said witnesses saw a man matching the suspects description buy 4 cents worth of gasoline at a nearby convenience Apartment manager Jamie Anzaldua said she found the suspect living in a vacant apartment Wednesday She said she called police after spotting him on the grounds again Thursday The man was last seen Friday morning near the Brooks COMAL SADDLiir s WESTERN WEAR HiWay 306 Mile of ffl Direct Route to Canyon JEANS LEE JEANS FOR MEN BOOT CUT C88 I STUDENTS TRIM CUT SlUOhNIb LEES KIDS ALL SHORT SLEEVE BLOUSES LEVI LEVI JEANS JEANS 501 SHRINK TO FIT SADDLEMAN LEVI JEANS 501 PRESHRUNK SELECT GROUP LONG SLEEVED MENS SHIRTS 25 OFF GIRLS SKIRTS BLOUSES KIDS BOOTS 20 OFF 20 OFF Weve got the recipe for all the local news in the HemldZeituns tt
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