New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 14, 1982, Page 6

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 14, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas Shultz hearing PLO must change to get (J.S. recognition WASHINGTON (AP) - The man in line to be secretary of state says the United States would consider dealing with the Palestine Liberation Organization only if that group “becomes something other than the PLO we have known.” .• George P. Shultz outlined his views at a Senate confirmation hearing Tuesday as sources in the Middle East indicated PIX) leader Yasser Arafat was seeking recognition by the United States as his price for leaving Lebanon. Sen. Charles H. Percy, R-Ill., chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, said he would seek a committee vote today in the hope of getting Senate confirmation for Shultz on Thursday. Shultz was nominated by President Reagan after Alexander M. Haig Jr. resigned for policy reasons that have not been fully explained. Shultz, in his first round of testimony, said he didn’t know why Haig quit and didn’t want to discuss it. Shultz told the committee he shares the U.S. commitment to the security of Israel, but also believes that stronger ties with the Arabs are needed. In his opening statement, Shultz said the plight of the Palestinians is “a central reality of the Middle East,” and “the Palestinians themselves must participate in the negotiating process” to resolve it. Asked whether this meant that he favored negotiating with the PLO, Shultz said, “lf the PLO changes and becomes something other than the PLO as we have known it... certainly it is something that ought to be considered.” Shultz said he would not favor dealing with the PIX) unless it forswears terrorism, recognizes Israel’s right to exist and accepts two United Nations resolutions calling for Israel to swap territories it captured in 1967 for Arab recognition and secure borders. The PLO has never explicitly recognized Israel’s right to exist or accepted the two resolutions, which speak of the Palestinians as “refugees.” U.S. policy has prohibited negotiations between the United States and the PLO since 1974. Shultz said he supports Reagan’s agreement in principle to send up to 1,000 Marines to help with the evacuation, provided it can be done “properly and safely.” The PIO forces are surrounded and outnumbered by Israeli troops that invaded lebanon to drive them out. To help achieve a lasting Middle East peace, Shultz said, the Arab nations “need to feel there is some give ... on the part of Israel” on the question of Palestinian autonomy on the West Bank and Gaza. There is a “perception in the Arab world” that the return of the Sinai to Egypt was done at the expense of the Palestinians in the other occupied territories, he said. Senators were generally receptive to the softspoken 61-year-old economist, who served as secretary of labor and Secretary of the Treasury in the Nixon administration. Hostage cat returned, but vet bill dispute not over yet DICKINSON (AP) - A cat held “prisoner” for a month spent Ills first day at home since the surgery that left his owner and a veterinarian feuding over the bill. “He’s fine, lie’s purring,” said Sharelle Overton, 19, who won back her cat, Tobias, at a 2‘2-hour trial Tuesday. The orange-and-white feline attended the proceeding but seemed restless in his carrying cage, scratching against the door and crying. The veterinarian who yielded the cat rejected a cash offer of $125 from Miss Overton to settle an unpaid surgery bill for the cat’s operation. Instead, Dr. Hon Ludwig told his attorney he wants to sue to collect the $275 bill and possibly more for boarding, post-operative care and attorneys’ fees. “Whatever happens, that’s fine," said Miss Overton as she hugged her cat outside Justice of the Peace Willim T. Fuhrhop’s court in this community south of Houston. I’ve got my cat back, and that’s all I care about.” Miss Overton filed the lawsuit against Ludwig last month, when the veterinarian refused to return Tobias because Miss Overton had not paid the $275 In* demanded for emmergeney surgery to remove some fishing line the cat had swallowed. “It is the judgment of this court that Tobias the cat be returned to its owner at this time," ruled Fuhrhop at the close of Tuesday’s hearing. The obviously healthy cat purred after Miss Overton took him from the cage and hugged him. The controversy began last month when Miss Overton and four friends picketed Ludwig’s clinic in nearby League City, Texas. Ludwig testified he agreed to perform the surgery for an unspecified fee — with the operation itself costing $125 but not including medicine, X-rays and hospitalization. Miss Overton contended Ludwig agreed to do the operation for no more than $125 but then demanded the higher price when she came to get Tobias on June 12. It was revealed during Tuesday s hearing that Tobias had been held "prisoner" at a veterinary clinic in Houston, 45 miles away, owned by a friend of Ludwig’s. Fourteen cab drivers iii Topeka, Kau., who read about the controversy iii a newspaper sent a $275 check to Ludwig's lawyer hoping to free the cat. Ludwig’s attorney. Rusty Verkin, said after Tuesday’s hearing he would send the check back to the cabbies. Mexican police chief jailed in murder of U.S. professor CULIACAN, Mexico (AP) - A small town police chief and two police officers robbed and killed an American college professor on a quiet country road, then covered up the crime with the help of other local lawmen, Mexican prosecutors charge. Four Sinaloa state officials have been fired for bungling the investigation into the death of University of Colorado economics professor Nicholas Schrock, according to state Attorney General Jorge Chavez Castro. Sc hrock’s body was exhumed last weekend from the old cemetery outside San Ignacio, a town of 4,000 about 720 miles northwest of Mexico City. It was identified Monday using medical records sent from Colorado, Chavez said. The San Ignacio police chief, Roberto Valasquez Trevino, 44, was in jail today after being booked for homicide, and Chavez said he confessed to the crime. Two police officers were arrested and charged as accomplices to homicide, and four others were held as accessories for helping cover up the killing, Chavez told a news conference Tuesday. He said they also confessed. It took the FBI and the Mexican Federal Judicial Police almost a month to find the body of Schlock, 42, who had been missing since May 30. Schrock had worked for the past year as a visiting professor at the American Graduate School of International Management in Glendale, Ariz. He was traveling to Guadalajara to teach at the Autonomous University, which has a summer program that is a branch of the Arizona school. Juan Ramon Martinez Arbon, a spokesman for the attorney general’s office, said the San Ignacio police chief and two accomplices allegedly saw Schrock pay with cash at a local gasoline station and intercepted him farther down the road to rob him. Schrock apparently resisted and was killed, he said. The body was buried in a ravine about IOO yards from the scene of the killing, but was moved to the town cemetery June 9 because of the “attention the case was attracting,” Martinez Arbon said. He said the first break in the case came when one of the arrested policemen was seen wearing American-made clothes. He said Schroek’s watch was found in the home of Velasquez Trevino’s mother, and his glasses in the home of the police chief’s lover. The lover was not identified and has not been arrested. Troops in Lebanon unlikely WASHINGTON (AP) Congressional leaders say President Reagan’s conditions for sending U.S. troops into lebanon still haven’t been met and there is little prospect for a quick political settlement in the war-torn country. Emerging from a briefing by Reagan and other White House officials Tuesday, Sen. Charles Percy said an agreement to end the Israeli invasion of lebanon “is not around the corner. Too many factors still have to come together.” House Republican Leader Robert Michel of Illinois suggested the president was not as optimistic about a settlement as he had been. “I guess he was a little more optimistic earlier,” Michel said. “It’s in a state of limbo.” Percy, R-Ill., expressed fear that pressures are growing on the Israeli Cabinet to order troops into west Beirut to rid the city of Palestinian guerrillas. “I think that would be an utter disaster," Percy added, saying the United States has confirmed that at least 10,000 “noncombatant, innocent civilians” have been killed and that 300 Israeli soldiers have died in Lebanon. Reagan met with congressional leaders from both parties for 50 minutes in the Cabinet Room. Rep. Clement Zablocki, D-Wis., chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and Percy, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said Reagan’s offer to send troops to west Beirut does not constitute a final decision. “There was no notification and no decision made,” Zablocki said. “It’s far from being finalized as to what action we will take.” White House officials say Reagan has decided in principle to dispatch up to 1,000 Marines to escort Palestinian guerrillas from the besieged city if certain conditions are met, including receipt of a formal request from lebanon for the troops. No such formal request has been received yet, according to the State Department. LONG SPECIALS” "’“SUK*1 Wed July 21 7 a.m. - ll p.m. U.S.D.A. INSPECTED MATURE BEEF ROUND STEAK $3.95 SIRLOIN STEAK _ STEAK .. .* .$ 2.49 frump Roast T$1.98 WI a—r'mrv •    . Pike’s Peak “—1— $1.98 $1.59 FRESH BOSTON BUTT STEAKS OR Tenderized Minute Steak... Pike’s Peak boneless a O CO Roast...... 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