Roswell Daily Record, November 21, 1997

Roswell Daily Record

November 21, 1997

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Roswell Daily Record (Newspaper) - November 21, 1997, Roswell, New Mexico stoell atlp 35 Voice of the Pecos Valley NEW MEXICO I Preparing for the showdown Bill Ross photo Edwin Roswell Independent School District grounds maintenance uses a gas powered blower to clean the Wool The Goddard Rockets meet the Manzano Monarchs in the Class AAAA football quarterfinal game at 2 Saturday at the Wool The winner will advance to play the Del NorteEldorado winner next Harmless virus may be used against HIV WASHINGTON AP It may take a virus to kill a say researchers who have made a biological weapon that seeks out cells infected with In laboratory experiments at the University of Pennsylva nia Medical scientists have shown that a harmless virus coated with special proteins will search out cells infect edwith HIV and then lock onto the cell James senior author of the study in the jour said that the hunter virus could be loaded with a biological weapon that would attack HIV inside infected cells control the AIDs The study will be published Hoxie said the technique takes advantage of the fact that HIV carries molecules that it uses to link up with or receiving on the surface of cells that it When the HIV molecule connects with the it acts like a key in a opening the cell to allow the virus A prime receptor used by HIV is called This receptor is present on immune system blood cells that are the primary targets of HIV also requires the use of at least one of two other recep A receptor called CCR5 is used by HIV early in the dis ease to infect a type of immune system blood Another called is used by HIV later to infect Johnson appoints four locals to state boards TAMMY SANNER RECORD STAFF WRITER Four area residents have been appointed to state boards by Gary Johnson this The appointments are Hector Pineda of Roswell to the Hispanic Cultural Center Board of A reappointment of Norma Ragsdale of Ruidoso to the Board of Nursing Home A reappointment of Lawrence Wade of Ruidoso to the Board of Roxanne Yates of Roswell to the Childrens Trust Fund Board of has been a Roswell resident for four He moved here after retiring from the Army with the rank of Pineda said hes received many honors and recognitions over the years but the one which means the most to him is his appointment as Municipal The purpose of the Hispanic Cultural Center Board of Directors is to promote awareness of the Hispanic cultural heritage of New Pineda said his job as a judge is the See Page A3 Clinton says wait and see9 WASHINGTON AP Refusing to trust Saddam President Clinton said Thursday he would wait and see whether Iraq allows weapons inspectors to resume The White House insisted Saddam would not be rewarded for retreating and sent more mil itary force to the Persian This is not declared Sandy the presidents national security Three weeks after trigger ing an international show Saddam suddenly revoked his ban on American weapons inspectors in inspections chief Richard Butler said that if all goes well they would be back in business on Underscoring skepti cism about the Penta gon continued its dispatching F16 and F15 Bl longrange refueling planes and soldiers to man Patriot air defense The White House insisted Saddam got nothing for backing Officials emphasized that the United States stood ready to veto any efforts by Russia or oth ers to ease the United Nations tough sanctions against There is absolutely no Theres no Theres no conces Berger said at a White House officials also said the United States would sup port increasing the amount of oil Iraq is permitted to sell to raise money to buy food and While the United States asserted that Saddam had the threeweek crisis exposed divisions among allies about the use of force against And it allowed Saddam to once again assert AP photo Secretary of Defense William Cohen briefs the media on Iraq after meeting with Secretary General Kofi Annan Thursday at the United With him are his and Bill ambassador to the There is absolutely no Theres no Theres no Sandy Berger Presidents national security adviser himself on the world But it also focused world attention on Iraqs efforts to acquire weapons of mass The test of the allies unity and resolve could come as early as Friday when a special commission meets to make arrangements for with some French may try to narrow the Saddam has contended the inspectors were actually at a prayer break fast with religious The United States must remain and will remain resolute in preventing Sad dam from developing chemical or biologi cal In the coming days we will wait and see whether he in comply with the will of the international Iraq reversed course under an arrangement brokered by which promised to press for the lifting of sanc Iraqi Deputy Prime Minis ter Tariq Aziz said Russia had promised to work for a just and fair diplomatic But he acknowl edged that the Security Councils permanent mem bers had offered no specific The United States declared it was not party to the Russ ian It is not binding on us or on the Berger It is not something that are obligated to in any or the The United States said that U2 spy planes which Saddam had threatened to shoot down would continue to fly over Mounts to run as Republican for sheriff TAMMY SANNER RECORD STAFF WRITER Ray former Roswell Police would like to foster positive rela tionships between city and county law enforcement On Thursday he announced his plans to run as a Republican candidate for sheriff in this springs What I tried to accomplish and have accomplished for the city I think can be beneficial for the entire Mounts One of the things we need to realize is that a lot of the same crimes that occur in the small pockets of the county and in the city are being done by the same has been fighting crime for mpst of his adult He got his start in the Army as a military police offi Mounts In he was honorably discharged from the Army and joined the Roswell Police At the Mounts worked his way up the ranks and served as chief of police from Mounts said he isnt looking for endorse ments from the Roswell Police Depart ment but in the event he is elected sher he hopes the Sheriffs Department and the Police Department can work together to solve When you foster relationships between all of the departments and you utilize their knowledge and expertise it doesnt matter who solves the crime it matters thatthe crime was he Mounts also said he would like to see members of the community involved in law involve to If they the com munity have a better way of inventing the wheel or making the wheel go around you need to listen to he Mounts initiated several programs during his time at the RPD including the chaplain and DARE He also used a drug task force and a community policing He said he would like to see commu nity policing used within the Sheriffs Community policing would assign deputy sheriffs to designated sections of the This would allow the corn See Page A3 11 i New Mexicos largest newspaper Aj with sunny Tonight 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