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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 8, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Night Stalkers home searched New Texas September 3A LOS ANGELES AP Night Stalker serial murder suspect Richard Ramirez boyhood home in Texas was searched by investigators from Los his brother The Ledo Street home in El Paso was searched according to Roberto who was quoted in Saturdays Orange County Register in Santa Rosa Flores lives in the house where Richard Ramirez grew the brother said during a telephone in terview from his parents home in El Last Los Angeles sheriffs spokesman Richard Walls said property allegedly stolen by Ramirez had been recovered in El San Francisco and the Los Angeles He would not specify the locations but said many items had been provided voluntarily to law enforcement authorities by people who said they had purchased them from Ramirez or had received the items as gifts from Other property was recovered with search Walls a drifter from El was charged Tuesday with one count of murder and seven other felonies stemming from two early morning attacks in May in Los Angeles District Attorney Ira Reiner has said more charges may be who was arrested in East Los Angeles on also has been served with an arrest warrant stemming from a San Francisco Los Angeles officials believe the Night Stalker was responsible for more than 30 attacks in which at least 14 people were killed this and possibly one person last Some victims appeared to have been tortured or and symbols used by satanists were said to have been drawn on walls at some crime On a friend of Donna Louise Myers of San described the suspect as a nice and polite She said her 4yearold granddaughter w his picture in the paper after the arrest and Theres my Uncle Rick Myers said she had been watching television news at her home with Ramirez several weeks ago when he asked her whether she thought he resembled the composite drawing of the Night Stalker I You didnt have enough Myers The next San Francisco accountant Peter Pan was killed inside his home in the Lake Merced The San Francisco arrest warrant was for that Authorities also believe the assailant struck in the Orange County community of Mission 50 miles south of Los Bill who suffered gunshot wounds and whose girlfriend was sexually assaulted in the 25 remains hospitalized in serious Governors reviewing world economy impact MIAMI AP Sixteen Southern including Texas Mark will debate the impact of doing business with other countries in a setting thats perhaps the regions best example of an international The South Going Global is the theme of the 51st annual Southern Governors Association meeting to be held today through Florida Bob as host and chairman of the group this selected his hometown of Miami to illustrate Floridas diversity and progress in expanding its economy with the help of other Graham has called Miami a laboratory of Miami is the capital of the Among the experts scheduled to appear are Federal Reserve Board Chairman Paul President Nicolas Ardito Barletta of former State Department spokesman Hodding Richard D and Victor chairman and president of Remington Products Nineteen governors were invited and 16 are expected to said Jay one of Grahams staff who has worked for the past year on the He said more n 600 aides and media representatives also are registered to creating the potential for one of the groups largest There is a twofold Hakes We want the governors to learn how to better use the international economy in their state and to appreciate Floridas resources and the position we have as a megatrend The agenda includes examination of the energy market as it relates to the Souths reliance on other countries and how education can help Southern states keep pace in the world Graham has noted that Southern industries are facing difficult times because of national modern competition and often cheaper Fines sought in illegal sales HOUSTON AP The Environmental Protection Agency is seeking fines of million from 10 gasoline distributors and retailers in Houston for allegedly selling regular gas as unleaded gas to make an extra Richard director of EPAs office of mobile sources in said Friday that 60 shipments of leaded gasoline were sold to motorists as unleaded fuel from about July 1984 until December Agency officials said the crackdown was the result of a sixmonth EPA investigation that started in We think we have evidence that everybody in the chain knew what was going on and was making money on Wilson It was a scam of the first The EPA charged the mislabeled fuel was sold at six Abco Food Stores operated by Lion Boulus and at four Ana Food Stores operated by his Assaud The EPA also charged that mislabeled fuel was sold at the OST Food run by Fouad Mekeessi and the Handee operated at the time by Alvin The EPA is seeking penalties of from Abco for 40 violations nrom Ana for 12 violations from the OST Food Store for 5 violations and from Handee Stop for 4 Attorney Bruce who represents Lion denied any wrongdoing on the part of A mistake was made when leaded gas was put in the wrong he It was corrected as soon as it was brought to our We will be responsible for any damages and we will work with the EPA to resolve this Gas distributors and transporters named by the EPA as violators were Total Gas and Energy of a penalty for 58 violations Gatten Enterprises and Richard Gatten both of each for 60 violations the Russell of and for 60 violations Tom Aycock Transport of for 35 and HoustonPasadena Apache Oil of for 25 violation Wilson said he had no figure on the amount of the reputed excess profits but pointed out that standard and premium unleaded gas normally sells for 5 to 10 cents a gallon more than leaded Heart transplant Recipient Where donors tissue Is grafted to recipient Pulmonary artery Donors heart MMtlng point ol Inferior sulurt lirwi vena cava Donori hurt Crncago Gupnc Soutct LoytHa Univatitv 0 human heart switched AP Michael Drummond on Saturday became the first person to have his artificial heart replaced by a human and his surgeon said the 25yearold mans chance for survival was as good as any transplant who was kept alive with the Jarvik7 for nine was in critical but stable condition after receiving the heart of a 19year old accident victim in a 45minute said Jack The surgeon put Drummonds chances of surviving for a year at 75 percent to 80 percent and of surviving for five years at 50 the youngest recipient of a Jarvik was wheeled into the operating room at Friday after a medical team in notified Copeland the heart of Terrell Griffin was compatible for a At 2 doctors opened Drummonds chest at a helicopter landed at University Medical Center with Griffins heart carried in a redandwhite ice The timing was just about Copeland said at a news briefing after the Doctors removed the Jarvik7 heart in six minutes and started to attach the human heart at Drummond was on a coronary bypass machine until when the donor heart took Surgery was completed at We had to wait a considerable amount of time waiting for the bleeding to Copeland There was more bleeding than we had hoped but when we closed the bleeding seemed to be in The surgery marked the first time the Jarvik7 has been used to keep a patient alive until a human donor heart could be found for tran Five previous implants were intended to permanently sustain I think if Mike does well and survives that this will have an impact on the use of the Jarvik7 or other artificial heart devices in Copeland The whole point of all this is to prolong The primary concern immediately following the implant surgery 29 was infection from the which was driven by a compressor outside Drummonds For a he was tied to the outside world with two lines or two tubes which could be a source of Copeland Briefly Discovery leaves for piggyback ride EDWARDS AIR FORCE AP The space shuttle riding piggyback on a Boeing 747 left this Mojave Desert military base Saturday morning for a twoday return trip to Kennedy Space Center in The which returned from a weeklong satellite repair mission in space last left Edwards perched atop the modified said Don a National Aeronautics and Space Ad ministration official at Discoverys schedule called for a noon CDT arrival at Kelly Air Force Base near San where it was to stay overnight until departing for Florida at CDT Weinberg said during a telephone The shuttle will arrive in Florida about CDT Sun he During the recent Discoverys spacewalking astronauts fixed the lifeless 85 million Syncom 3 Navy com munications and launched three other satellites for commercial NASA officials said last week that Discovery will now be prepared for its next scheduled for next March 20 at the billion space port at Californias Van denberg Air Force It will be the first West Coast launch of a space Teen missing over decade MIAMI AP One of the citys mostbaffling missing persons case hit another dead end in Texas last but the parents of the teen ager who vanished more than a ago say the news isnt too A detective and a Miami toping to tod Amy who has beeo misswg since March flew on Friday to examine an exhumed body of a young They determined through dental that it wasnt Miss Susan and Ned Billig greeted the news with After being missing for 11 their daughter still might be Billig Ill never stop she The Billigs say they believe their who was 17 at the time of her was abducted by a motorcycle gang that rumbled through Miss Billig was last seen walking down a Coconut Grove street on the way to her fathers art Jetline aborts flight BATON AP A warning light signalling a cracked hydraulic line caused a Continental Airlines DC9 back to Baton Rouge shortly after takeoff a Continental spokesman The problem was repaired and the plane was back in the air later that said the Arville When the captain took he got a warning Roberts He immediately requested permission to and he returned to the air State schools payments withheld again PENTON AP Texas Depart ment of Health is withholding Medicaid payments to the Denton State School for the mentally retarded for the second time in 13 months because it failed to meet state Officials said the freeze was im posed two months after it was first recommended by an in spection team from the Texas Department of Agency spokeswoman CharLene Stowers said the school will begin getting federal funds agajin if it corrects the problems in SO Federal magistrate says woman shouldnt be deported SAN ANTONIO AP A federal magistrate has recommended against the deportation a restaurateurs saying the ac tion may be an indirect attempt to deport her controversial Magistrate Jamie Boyd issued the recommendation to District Judge Hippo Garcia Friday in the case of Elke the wife of restaurateur Otto a native of Boyds report says that a decision by Immigration and Naturalization Service District Directors Richard Casillas to resume deportation proceedings now after a 12year hiatus may to some degree have been an indirect attempt to deport the petitioners husband and possibly may have been a reaction against publicity about the John assistant director of said he was frustrated by Boyds He said Elke Otten was ordered deported by a judge in and we have followed the judges order to the letter of operates Ollys Beef and Lobster He came to the years ago and his wife has been in the for 20 the newspaper who once operated a horse race track in China Grove over ob jections of local told the San Antonio Light he was delighted with Boyds I think its just Weve been on a losing streak so its good to be on the other he GRAND OPENING Food Mart 9 thru 13 Diet Coke Classic Cherry Coke SixPack Vz LiterLimit 2 Lays Chips Buy OneGet One Free Butter Krust Old Fashion Buttermilk Bread Blue Bell HandDipped Cone Buy OneGet One Free Buy One Get One Free 947 Nort i Walnut 6295066 Many clubs and organizations have joined the Board of Directors and staff of the Community Service Center as partners in They are helping sponsor programs and services of the Center whose main foal is to encourage people to become They are helping maintain this locally supported agency as a reliable and effective resource for people from all walks of For their financial support and encouragement we thank the following Otto Rohde Johns Episcopal Church Cross Lutheran Church Lutheran Church The Bargain Box Vollbrechts Pharmacy Clarence and Liz Urban Don and Jan Kennady Justlna Kerulis Pan Pittsford 1st United Methodise Church and Bruce Stanley and Louis Vollbrecht Sylvia Procter and Robert West Tree of Life Fellowship Ella Mae Breckenridge Newcomers Club Buck and Jean Rogers Jim and Myrtle Clark and La Nell Bishop Larry and Debbie Moehnke Elner and Esther New Braunfels Presbyterian Church Kraege Book Review Club Russell and Jo Lynn Timmertnann and Eucled Moore and Frank Chatham Henrietta Frisbie Edna Volgt Ora Green Branch 2382 Foursquare Gospel Church Dorothy Mercer Harold and Rosalie Zimmermann Gaylc Hampel Sarah Pierson and Rill Tare Ron anJ Jon Walter Faith United Church of Christ and Ed Shackclford COMMUNITY SERVICE COTER PA Althea Waite Annette Crawford and Cordon Smithee Moreno Plumbing Jan and Estes Libby Calkins Betly Rushing Elsie Raldini Texas Zeta Iota Chapter Theo Schumacher Charles Motz IV and John Karbach and Jack Krucger Joe and Mary Neeley and McCaugh Conal County Sportsman Inc Charles and Maydcan Motz and Tunstall New Braunfels Rotary Club Johnson Controls Foundation Clarence and Adelene Row and Yale Simpson Dorothy Mercer Doris Lewis West Point Pepperall Foundation The Anderson Constance Fonville Myrtle Bauerschlag Miss Dorothy Dedeke Edward Dedeke Ola Langendorff The City of New Braunfels Conal County Circle Arts Theatre Benefit   

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