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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Yet another Cowboy receiver goes down, Page 13A New Braunfels yiv i. Vol 134 No 153 New Braunfels Herald Publishing Company 707 lands St New Braunfels Texas 781 i: (LISPS 377 800 Sunday August 9 *987 50 Cents f-our Sections 44 Pages Stammtisch Cr '0 i ypsm ■ r X w The Slammti-* h ,iUnt> w;e sub mitten I \ Herald Walter and if he will ( .ill Harold or Jim at 1125 *144 h«- - entitled to .1 tree lunch I! then is such .1 thing Vnyom* els** out there who can draw is invittnl and even en. enraged to --end u- a I* lei ng of y out idea of a Stamm tis* 1. tat Ie or sn other a on!- a »at tiering place We have lei etved -• • ' e md thev will eventually •se ham* * ' , e r .-eel. *.t t*ean o 11 a fold < o* HJS * oun lr \ women VS' Vt the t who don ■’ *1 -‘SS. *l! e if, g. ms/at 1 ie 11 I fit an th* shot ’ ter rn e**.« im! ion of more volt ■in t 1 art ii jai. in o .Min/at iota* it vou ie t \ ♦d lh. ' CIVe I at el Ie* ' OI on-»*qu**nt .v idinl ttiat one - is the in on er - and community I like to help inlaid tile u 'ion < enter at it 14 2 * ans on I ake Hi u Train severs man's legs \ \en Braunfels resident whoop parentis fell asteep across the Union Pat lilt railroad tracks earls Satur das morning had Ixrth hi- legs se se red lust below the knees when a train ran os er him Vdmilled to McKenna Memorial Hospital tollosving -ut gory Saturday was Franklin John ferpstra 37 \c t ording to p<>lit * the man lis e- alone at t* 1 \ Mar ket si and had recently sues od hen*! rom Mist in I h« * 1/arn* mishap occurred around 12 o', a rn saturday where the track- eros- Homa) ’-treat near Nacogdoches St r**el ap New Braunfels Hermann Sons st •m>i of Itan*,e will have dance 1 egi-t I ution Mig 11 I rom I to »» p rn at tho Mel matin sons Hall I* • N I mon I hen* will in* a stated meeting of New Br..unfelt* Masonic lodge No IP) tm Mig ll at 7 in p rn at the Masonic Hall th** distnct deputy gi and master w ill make hi- official visit U) the lodge at thr- meeting Mostly sumty Sunday with highs in tile upper 90s with heat indices again climbing into the loss loo- Winds will tw southerly around lo to IS mph Fait skies Sunday night with lows in the mid 70s I he Menu BUSINESS    89A CLASSIE IID    I    UB COMICS    4B CROSSWORD    3A DEAR ABBY      16A EDUCATION ...... IO,    UA ENT! RI AINMLNT . BB KALEIDOSCOPE...........I    /B OPINIONS................ AA SPORTS  ......13    15A WEATHER.................2A h. w lh.* ti a*I th. I >«*er AIN Page. A Costa Ricans taking Texas civics lessons B , ^ AR AM DI Kl SU** Wf Off lepartment in ii. ties and oar *nt i- 1 un 0. th* I hot** to sn engirt • ‘lit an*! I »t* lies. iii A aik* Texas’ new Junior Miss \ ff|pF r AIDS Local officials take steps toward protection, to calm overreaction to virus scare Bv DAV ID MAY Staff Writer Concerns of possible infection to ’he often deadly MDS virus have local health cat e emergency service and law enforcement personnel im plementing recommended preven live measures -uch a- the wearing ot gloves While local health can officials cooeed, that concerns of infection ar.* legitimate most -av they hope that through ret »*nt discoveries and newly acquired information over re u lion by J ** general p J ii ie con 1 erning the transmission et Acquired Immune Pendency Syndrome will \i Cd ding hi the state MDS Surveillance Registry through the -tate health department th* re I- one MI unmet in < mr. ts from A sUgge* , \ti is n; \ McKenna Mi as .ae od 1417 t (j one* 'jo was New I k*?ect ion of rough -imp Ult present a* 11: ce *; u - protec •V eloped J * s v»■ in- Medic. J . .. \ k..l the v in is IV in teeter 'V‘ I p* N B man ordered released from TDC th. M{antsi < H See COSI A R ICA Paq.r; A i Ii. un * oui I iii XI t.. * k ui dei * d V at gallon ruling that tnt* di dgc tut mg I he trial t a •et*ti -en t*m:e st rn t u !g. lorn Rn m- I err* I ie: 1 fa Ieiu-t ! to instrut t .« tut y to *1 V ti gas 11 Hico* en! ■Civ 0 .i V ai gas man tan ed that the -1 lawyer int ami *., dei* od * er stat trie rn- attempt t.» let. od V idol I inn ie tilt ie attempt to present his se oui mg ti tai I ol low mg Ins * ■ as Hoi tin* family obtained attorney I liar ii to rep!e-ent V argos See TDC Paqe2A na I lospitai ot tidal * on: inned ia-t week that others cere ti.. •* been t**und t»» have been in’ Ie*, tty Human Immunodeficiency v 1 rut* a i a usa I ive agent of \ID> The official declined to give a specific number of HIV inter ted pe; sons, saying univ that the numt>er Hiv is performed [nod tests that deter t antibodies within immune system exposure to the p*ei is continue to he* HD antibodies tail lortn.t by count ie- ut •rsons to the -tate 'ake-citeei sept : HJV is a germ or virus that is con ag;ous though it is mainly 'ta .gi. homosexual .out heteroses ■ la 1 contact and -haring ot in travenous Jug needle- common among u-**i - of illicit drugs Not ail pet-«ins infected with HIV ! < ome iii 01 lev clop lull blown \ll)> ti igti I hey are considered capable 1 transmitting ttit* dis*-.!-* Experts pf t*>entl| contend that about A per-* en' **! all pc;-on- infected aith HIV teveiop Allis through a -iv to eight year progr**--ion The All)s V If'Us attack- white blood ell- and ic-trov- a poi-on'- ability '*1 ’ t* I OU ti-* ax* i lassie Alps vie Urns become vulnerable to life threatening .ii -»*a-e- such as ps eurtionia meningitis and certain tones <*t cancel some may develop a-— -< v.-ie terms of VI Us referred t< a- Vips Related I amplex The VUU- all attack the nervous system and cause brain damage which sometimes 1- not detectable tor many v < ars Ma n illness * an occur by Use t * w tho*tiet symptoms nine! .urient tacts concerning There *s no risk from casus contact AIDS and ii- transmission are AIDv i- not transmitted through casual or everyday contact and is no* known to Im* transmitted through -haring ut personal item- such as r 1 mr— Vt on** time the disease wa- lie mg spread through transfusions of contaminated blood though health officials now say that through :m proved testing procedure- along with -el!-de t err al and removal of HIV positive -abject- from the pool of blood donor- risk of infection through blood tran-tu-ion- ha- been nearly eliminated See A IDS Page 2 A Hospice NB set for Al DS duty Officials of Hospice New Braunfels -ay they have been non tied i y physicians that their -er\ ices will be needed in the near iutur** for sufferers of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome We know of several AIDS patient' in tov n and we have been told by physicians we will be needed rn the future ” said Opal I rn- j pierre admins!rator and patient varc coordinator for the local Hospice chapter ‘ We will be accepting AIDS patients when we get referrals ” said I tnpierrc Hospice is a nationwide nonprofit organization that offers in-home fieaith care to terminally iii patient- Hospice nur-e- provide comfort through pain and symptom control The state currently lists one known documented case of AIDS in Comal County, while a local hospital of heal has confirmed a small number of persons in the community have tested positive tor the presence ol the vmus an tibodie- Ste HOSPICE Page 2AOn the road with Elaine, Bill, Dandy, Brandy.....Elaine Christie rides Dandy while Bill Johnson leads the entourage - - Brandy, the three-legged dog. Little Guy the pinto pony Apple Jack, the burro and Co oa the donkey They plan to see th*1 country By SARAH DUKE Staff W* Her Its been four months since Flame Christie and Bill Johnson left Tub bock on their mission to see America It - Christie s tirst journey but just one more in Johnson’s career of traveling No tar the couple has come more than Von miles on horseback and on loot and they figure their trip will last about 16 more years ‘ This is our courtship.” said Johnson or as he calls himself, the Mountain Man The couple plans to marry next spring after they spend the winter near the Houston area Once married they ll pack up their horse arui other animals and start off on the rest 01 their trip Belore teaming up with Christie Johnson spent two years living in the Sierra Nevada Mountains In 1984 he began his journey to see the country at his own pace So far. he’s traveled more than 4.3U0 miles and has f*et*n through most of the nation s southwest and west coast state- Johnson has plans to go through every stale rn the continental I nited See JOURNEY Page2A ;