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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 1, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, June I, 2000 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 3A Improved technology for pacemakers Scientists have redesigned the standard pacemaker in an effort to alleviate congestive heart failure. A standard pacemaker has a small computer placed beneath the collarbone and it monitors the heart. Two small leads are threaded through a major vein and placed inside the right side of the heart to    r ...    , . . ..    ¥    r3C6ITi3K6r deliver electricity.    computer The big change is a third lead that delivers electricity to the left side of the heart. It is threaded inside a vein that iays directly over the left ventricle. This causes both sides of the heart to pump together in rhythm. Clinton promises to share defense technology with allies By Terence Hunt AP White House Correspondent LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Trying to calm fears of a nuclear arms race that would leave Europe vulnerable, President Clinton promised Wednesday to share any new missile defense technology with U.S. allies, saying “it would be unethical” to keep it solely for America’s protection. Still, European leaders remained uneasy about the proposed American system. Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Guterres, speaking for the European Union, declared, “We have — PII say all of us — a main concern” about the U.S. program. Addressing a sweep of foreign policy problems at a news conference on his second day in Europe, Clinton also said there was “a much greater sense of urgency” in the Middle East peace process after Israel’s troop withdrawal from southern Lebanon. “All the balls are up in the air,” he said. Quickening the pace of Mideast diplomacy, Clinton will meet here Thursday with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak. He also touched base by telephone Wednesday with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. The president spoke in the manicured gardens of the 18th century Queluz Palace at the conclusion of an inconclusive meeting with Guterres, who holds the current chairmanship of the 15-nation European Commission, and EU Commission President Romano Prodi. Briefs Source: Guidant Inc. Emily Holmes/AP Scientists study new pacemaker WASHINGTON (AP) — Almost 5 million Americans have congestive heart failure , where their hearts gradually lose the ability to pump blood. Drugs help many, but some whose hearts worsen despite medication have few options. Now scientists are experimenting with a new pacemaker-like device called a “ventricular resynchronizer” that promises to help these struggling hearts beat more normally. Prompted by such early promising results, scientists are hunting 2,000 more heart failure patients for a study to prove how well the experimental treatment, made by Guidant Inc., really works. Microsoft files last brief before ruling SEATTLE (AP) — Microsoft Corp., filing a last brief before the judge weighing its fate, offered top executives from Compaq, DreamWorks and other companies Wednesday as potential witnesses against the government’s proposal to break it into two companies. Microsoft also submitted its suggested changes to the breakup plan. They would allow Microsoft more time before a possible Obituaries breakup and would keep one of the two new companies away from the watchful eye of the Justice Department. Airlines set limits for pets on planes ATLANTA (AP) — Vicky Jenks’ two dogs whined from inside a cage Wednesday as an airport skycap checked them as baggage for a flight to Honolulu. Had she waited another day, Jenks would have been forced to choose between her dachshunds, Peaches and Jake, and her new job in Hawaii. “I probably wouldn’t have gone,” she said. “I don’t think I could have separated myself from them.” With new federal rules requiring airlines to report the number of animals killed or injured on flights, several major carriers are refusing to allow pets to be checked as baggage this summer because of dangerous heat in cramped cargo holds. Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines, which carried Jenks and her dogs to Honolulu, will not allow animals to be checked as baggage in June, July and August. United and American have announced similar bans through September. The carriers said they had the safety of the animals in mind, even if it meant inconveniencing passengers. GOODWIN D’Lauren Aleise-Victoreen Goodwin, a resident of Seguin, Texas, passed away Monday, May 29, 2000, at her residence at the age of two years. D’Lauren was bom to Shelley (Hampton) and Paul Goodwin Jr. on Aug. 31, 1997, in New Braunfels, Texas. She was baptized at St. Paul Lutheran Church in New Braunfels on Jan. 11,1998. She was preceded in death by her grandmother, Nancy Hampton, on April 14, 1999. Survivors include her parents, Shelley and Paul Goodwin Jr. of Seguin; brothers Dustin and Dakota; grandparents Marcel Ie and Paul Goodwin of San Antonio and Richard Hampton of New Braunfels; aunts and uncles Ann and Tony Celli of New Braunfels, Sharon and Mark Hampton of New Braunfels, Tracy and Hicks Harris of Agua Dulce, and Carol and Matt Weissler of Corpus Christi; cousins, Nicole, Cameron, Chase, and Chandler Celli, Hondo Harris, Megan and Travis Weissler; nanny Marion Gaston of New Braunfels. Funeral services are scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June I, 2000, at St. Paul Lutheran Church, with the Dr. Charles DeHaven officiating. Burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park in Guadalupe County, Texas. In lieu of flowers, food and other gifts, please consider contributions to the D’Lauren Goodwin Fund which has been established at the Seguin State Bank in Seguin, Texas. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels DAVENPORT James Goodhue (Jim) Davenport, 85, of San Antonio passed away Wednesday. James was born in Bandera, Texas February 21, 1915. His parents were William J. Davenport Jr. and Norma Johnson Davenport. He was a veteran of World War II serving in the Navy in the Pacific Theater. He graduated from Bandera High School in 1933. His first marriage to Louise Manning in 1940 ended in divorce in 1948. In 1958 He married Nettie (Midge) Smith. She preceded him in death in 1995 after 37 years of marriage. He also was preceded in death by his parents, a brother Joe Davenport, and a sister Margaret Davis. He is survived by a sister Ruth Mansfield of Bandera, son James G. Jr. and wife Barbara of Houston; daughter Margaret Lovelace and husband Tommy of Houston; step daughters Colleen Wilder and hus band Ray of Austin and Helen Butler of San Antonio and Margie Woodard and Jack of Corpus Christie. He is also survived by 12 grand children, numerous great and great great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Jim was a member of University Park Baptist Church, the former International Typographical Union and a life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Funeral services were held Saturday, May 27 at 10:00 a.m. at Roy Akers Funeral Chapels with the Rev. Chuck Phillips officiating. Graveside service were at 2:00 p.m. Saturday at Bandera Cemetery in Bandera, Texas. Pallbearers were grandsons James Davenport III, Gregory Davenport, Jeff Butler, Mike and Mark Littrell, and grandson-in-law David Krieger. The family would like to extend a special thanks to Morningside Manor and the nursing staff on unit HEARD Shirley Lorraine Heard, age 74, of New Braunfels, Texas, entered into eternal life on May 31, 2000. Wake services will take place at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels. A Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 3, 2000, at Singer Beneke dies SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — Gordon “Tex” Beneke, a singer and sax player who took over the Glenn Miller Orchestra after the band leader’s death during World War II, died Tuesday of respiratory arrest. He was 86. Beneke, who joined the orchestra in 1938, died at the Assured Horizons rest home in Costa Mesa. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in New Braunfels, Texas with Father Clair Cazayoux, S.J., celebrant. Interment will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park in New Braunfels. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels ENGELHARDT Dr. Hugo Tristram Engelhardt of New Braunfels passed away May 27, 2000, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Dr. Engelhardt was bom in Houston, Texas Jan. 17, 1912, to Dr. Hugo Anton and Elsie (Tristram) Engelhardt. He was preceded in death by his wife, Beulah (Karbach) Engelhardt. Dr. Engelhardt remarried in 1994 to Emma (Class) Cary. Other survivors include a son, Hugo T. Engelhardt Jr. and wife Susan; granddaughters Lisa Engelhardt of Austin, Texas; Christina Partridge and husband, Brian, and their son, Duncan Hermann of College Station; Dorothea Anitei and Julian and their daughter Macrina of Homer, Alaska. Son John Hugo Engelhardt of Fischer, Texas survives along with his daughters, Angelique and Sabrina of Bulverde, Texas. Dr. Engelhardt was educated at the University of Texas and received his M.D. at Tulane University. He interned at Santa Rosa Hospital in San Antonio 1937-1938 and practiced in San Antonio from 1938-1939. He was a fellow in medicine at Tulane University Medical School from 1939-1940, also instructor from 1940-1945 lecturing in medicine 1964. He was chief internist for Humble Oil Refinery Co. in Houston from 1946-1964 and associate professor of medicine at Baylor University from 1945-1964; he taught at the University of Texas 1966, was associate physician at Jefferson Davis Hospital from 1945-1962, associate physician at Ben Taub Hospital in Houston, Texas from 1962-1964, lecturer in medicine at Tulane University of Medicine, New Orleans, and visiting physician at Charity Hospital of New Orleans, LA. Dr. Engelhardt’s memberships include:    Certified American Board of Internal Medicine 1945, American College of Physicians (Fellow), American Diabetes Association (Gov. for Texas) 1961 -1965, Houston Area Diabetes (President 1957), Texas Diabetes Association (President 1957), Texas Academy of Internal Medicine (President 1960), Musser-Burch Society (President 1963), Houston Philosophical Society 1952-1964, Board of Governors    (Executive Committee), Saint Mary’s University, San Antonio, 1956-1961, First National Bank, Brenham, Texas (Director), Texas Medical Association, American Medical Association, Comal County Medical Society. Biographical listings: Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, American Men of Science (Biological Sciences), the American Catholic Who’s Who. Dr. Engelhardt had many publications in his repertoire. Visitation will take place from 2 to 9 p.m. Thursday, June I, 2000, at the family home with a rosary being recited at 6 p.m., also at the family home. The funeral mass is scheduled for IO a.m. Friday, June 2, 2000, at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church with Monsignor Eugene (^’Callaghan celebrant. Interment will be at the Prairie Lea Cemetery at 3:30 p.m. Friday. The cemetery is located on Church Street in Brenham, Texas. Memorials may be made to the Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church Building Fund, American Heart Association or to the American Cancer Society. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home New    els Herald-Zeitung Published on Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (USPS 377-880) 707 Landa St., or PO. Drawer 31 1328, New Braunfels, Comal County, TX 78131-1328. Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung in New Braunfels, Texas. Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties: three months, $22.00; six months, $40; one year, $72. Senior Citizen Discounts by carrier delivery only: six months, $36; one year, $68. Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas: three months, $31.80; six months, $58; one year, $109.50. Mail outside Texas: six months, $81; one year, $124.25. Sub ;b rs who have not received a newspafx:. b; a.m. Tuesday through Friday and on .unday can call (830) 625-9144. Postmaster: Send address changes to the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, P.O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Tx. 78131-1328. Custom Vinyl Plantation Shutters WM Not fade shank, chip, peel, or creek, end never need painting! For fr«« In-home estimate, call The Riverwood Company (830) 832-2016 or (888) 887-4623 Toil Free www river wo odeortipany.xonr Help os prepare for the future. My deepest appreciation to all the kind friends and neighbors who expressed f sympathy with their visits, calls, . flowers, memorials, cards and prayers at the time of my husbands. Herb Johnson, death. Thank you for your thoughtfulness which I will lovingly remember. Maria Johnson PEC is holding its Annual Membership Meeting at 2 p.m. on June 17, 2000, at The River Palace in Johnson City. ■ Members are invited to hear an update on PEC business, participate in electing six members of the Board and vote on amending two Articles of Incorporation. ■ The amendments to the Articles of Incorporation are a revised purpose clause (Article ll) and a revised membership clause (Article VII). These amendments will give PEC the ability to provide other services to its members as well as the distribution of electric power. ■ PEC members who have already returned their proxies may call the Cooperative to request more information. Members may also direct PEC’s Proxy Committee on how to cast their proxies. ■ PEC members may call the Cooperative at 1-888-554-4732. fWj Pedertidies (JLdMm Electric Cooperativefinc. ;

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