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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 22, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels HeraldZeitung October Arab nations eye peace plans WASHINGTON AP The Reagan adminlstation and top Arab leaders are complimenting each others Mideast peace but officials are not predicting any dramatic breakthrough in talks A senior official said Reagan will tell an Arab League delegation that the road to peace requires Arab nations to start coming out of the closet and openly declare whether they will recognize The sixnation Arab delegation is headed by Moroccos King Hassan and also includes the foreign ministers of Tunisia and Saudi Secretary of State George Shultz met with Hassan at the home of the Moroccan ambassador here Thursday night in what was described as a courtesy Earlier in the Shultz conferred with Israeli Foreign Minister Yitzhak primarily on The administration chose not to publicly object that the delegation includes a representative of the Palestine Liberation although officials said they wouldnt allow him at their An Arab League Clovis chided the administration saying the refusal to receive the PLO representative that only six sevenths of the delegation would meet with The purpose of the Arabs planned long in was to lobby for the Arab peace adopted at Morocco last and to hear Reagans explanation of his peace both sides seemed to go out of their way in pre meeting briefings to find good things to And neither side seemed to pay much heed to the fact that Israel has rejected both The senior who spoke said Washington finds constructive elements in the Arab plan which calls for creation of a separate Palestinian state adjacent to Israel a step Israel says it wont The senior official said the constructive elements in the Arab plan involve the mention of Israel and the of a willingness to recognize and live in peace with Also he is that the Arabs are agreed on a peace plan for the first time and are presenting it as a framework for But he said Reagan wants some par ticularly on a provision calling on the United Nations to guarantee peace among all states of the which has beeh interpreted as indirect recognition of He said the Arab leaders will be told If that is what it why not just say so If we want to start moving this process forward start coming out of the closet on such issues which are He also said it is essential that moderate Arab especially Saudi give Jordan a mandate to negotiate with Israel on behalf of the He said he thinks King Hussein is ready and that he would have the backing of many Compromise Israel outlasts conference ouster attempt Kenya AP Backed by the muscle of a major lobbying Israel today narrowly survived an Arab bid to oust it from the sponsored International Telecom munications Union But Israel attacked the ITUs final including the Western compromise that saved its claiming the document contains false accusations against the Jewish The showdown here came hours after the Arab bloc at headquarters in New York dropped its campaign to expel Israel from the General Assem as in the Reagan administration had threatened a pullout and a funding boycott if Israel were After a debate that ran past the ITU delegates voted 6157 in favor of a Britishsponsored compromise that amended a tough Arabsponsored draft resolution condemning Israels June 6 invasion of Delegates then adopted the amended resolution Both votes were by secret The British compromise retained a sharp criticism of Israeli military ac tions in but stripped from the original Algerian resolution a passage that would have barred Israel from ITU in effect expelling it from the i The vote followed a threat to quit the sixweek which began and suspend its million in annual funding to the ITU if Israel were Other Western nations said they were considering similar If there has been one one i victor it is the said British delegate Michael who led the floor fight on behalf of the i The union is together arid thank God for Den Italy and Norway co sponsored the British The ITU traditionally deals with non political issues such as the allocation of shortwave radio frequencies and telecommunications Israel said the agency passed a very grave test by not ejecting it from the but it objected to the resolution because of the criticism it The amended resolution said the agency is alarmed by the grave situation in the Middle resulting from Israels invasion of It condemns without appeal the continuing violation by Israel of the international law and further con demns the massacres of the Palestinian and Lebanese civilians in west Beirut refugee camps last This resolution contains false ac cusations against It makes factual and legal determinations which are untrue and have no legal We therefore strongly object to this Israeli chief delegate Michael Shakked said in a statement after the Blind luck Poisoned Tylenol returnejd unopened CHICAGO AP The FBI is checking for fingerprints on a newly found bottle of cyanidetainted ExtraStrength while police hope to find the unknown purchaser who may have escaped death by turning it Police Superintendent Richard Br zeczek announced Thursday bottle one among hundreds of thousands turned in by customers or swept from store shelves after seven deaths from cyanidetainted ExtraStrength Tylenol Contained more than a dozen capsules laced with the He said the 50capsule bottle had been turned in to Dominicks Finer Foods in just several hundred feet from the Walgreens drug store where one of the seven Paula purchased her 24capsule Investigators hope to identify the who returned the which was turned in without its usual said Illinois Attorney General Tyrone Who heads a task force investigating the Dominicks employees kept records on each individual who returned he 1 Brzeczek said a peculiar thing about the newly discovered bottle was that its lot number MC2880 was the same as the medication taken by four who lived in the He did not elaborate on what he meant by The number of tainted capsules which Brzeczek said was about 13 was larger than in any other previously found he The bottle was sent to the FBI in where it will be subjected to the most sophisticated tests available in hopes of finding fingerprints that might help solve the he Fanner said well in excess of a couple of hiHred thousand bottles have been tested for cyanide by with the remainder likely to be completed by next Thursdays discovery was made by a lab testing the capsules under contract to McNeil Consumer Products the maker of McNeil officials said they had no comment on the latest It was the second discovery of a cyanide laced bottle that was not connected with a On authorities announced they had found a tainted bottle culled from the shelves of an Osco Drug Store in suburban Merchants swept Tylenol products from their shelves and turned them over for testing when Mayor Jane Byrne issued a ban 2 on all Tylenol Bryne said Thursday that the ban will continue until it is certain that it is safe to put Tylenol products back on the according to the police superin Briefly Murder victims sister relieved at sentence FORT WORTH AP A woman whose 18year old sister was brutally stabbed and stuffed into a closet by a former high school classmate says she is relieved the young man convicted of the murder was sentenced to j But Gloria Culver said she also was compelled to feel compassion for Wesley Wayne who was convicted of slaying 18yearold Retha a former Miller was voted the Best AilAround Student at his Fort Worth high where he dated Miss I He was sentenced Thursday to 25 years in The maximum sentence possible was life im I dont hate the My heart goes out to Culver said after the sentence was read by State District Judge Gordon But he definitely needed to be taken off the Hes a very dangerous the victims said the sen tence was not long He didnt get whatjie he He deserved He took my daughters Justice wasnt State lawmaker faces cattle theft charges SULPHUR Texas AP David London has been scheduled to face trial in December on cattle rustling which he contends were brought about by a political ven detta aimed at crippling his a Leonard waived his right to arraignment but has contended he is He is accused of stealing five head of cattle from Wills Point rancher Ed Furhh on June 1 and then selling them at an auction here for The freshman a livestock lost bid for reelection in the May London said he first learned of the charges against him white Waning to a radio the charge is he said last It if Any time you get an indictment against a man in he cant run Harrelson payment focus of Wood trial SAN ANTONIO AP Testimony in the District Judge John Wood murder trial has shifted to a purported cash payoff allegedly delivered to convicted hitman Charles Harrelson in ex change for the judges Harrelson is charged with the His Jo Ann is being tried on charges of obstructing and Elizabeth Chagra is charged with conspiracy to murder and obstruct Chagra wife of convicted narcotics trafficker Jamiel Jimmy Chagra allegedly delivered the payoff money to Harrelsons step daughter at a Las club in June 1979 less than a month after Wood was gunned down in San An Teresa Starr tran sported the money to the Harrelsons in Corpus the next prosecutors Defense attorney Tom Sharpe contends the cash amounted to only and was part of a scam was carrying out to bilk Chagra on a narcotics deal Chagra was scheduled to be tried before Wood on a narcotics charge when the judge was assassinated May He will be tried separately later on murder who spent six months behind bars last year for contempt of court before agreeing to testify before a grand was waiting in the wings to testify today after cross examination of Canadian Cindy Cote is Miss who said she once worked as Chagras personal testified Thursday she and Chagra drove to a Las Vegas club in June 1979 with a mysterious brown attache She identified an empty suede at tache case presented by prosecutor Ray Jahn as the one she said she saw Chagra carry into the club while she stayed in the Miss Cote testified Chagra returned with the but said she never learned its Also longtime Harrelson friend Gregory linked Harrelson to what prosecutors say was the getaway car and high powered rifle used to assassinate Goodrum said Harrelson asked him in June 1979 to go to Dallas and drive a Oldsmobile Cutlass to Houston after Harrelson said he had used it on a job and wanted it cleaned up and Goodrum said Harrelson earlier showed him a Weatherby rifle with a scope on it and Weather by s were his favorite Only the weathered stock of a Weatherby rifle found last year near Lake Hubbard east of Dallas has been introduced into Prosecutors contend it was part of the weapon used to kill Goodrum identified the gun stock Thursday as similar to the one Harrelson showed noting both weapons had checkered stocks and a small white star on the Harrelson was convicted in Dallas last December on federal charges she used a fictitious name to buy a Weatherby deer Reagan speeches get tough as election day approaches WASHINGTON AP In the last days before the President Reagan is using tougher language against his political opponents and putting a sharper edge on his campaign rhetoric to defend administration On a twoday cam paign trip through Illinois and Nebraska that ended Reagan accused one group of lying in their He said critics of his economic program were trying to stir up more fear and anxiety about the recession at a time when Americans were psychologically vulnerable about the And he bluntly I didnt cause this A White House official said Reagans tough talk was not calculated or part of a new I think its just said the official who asked not to be quoted by It doesnt it doesnt hurt a the official the official White House Chief of Staff James Baker III and Reagan pollster Richard Wir thlin were concerned the presidents tact might polarize Democrats and hurt GOP election With the election just 11 days Reagan has only three more days of campaigning on his He plans to travel to next Tuesday and make a western swing next Thursday and probably to Nevada and New Speaking the White House official said final travel plans will be made after a review of late political soundings throughout the The chief advantage of a Reagan the official is that you take away the initiative from your You dominate the news media for a on either side of the It can honestly give a cam paign With less than two weeks to that can be pretty the official The intended beneficiaries of Reagans politicking this week were Nebraska Charles an early Reagan supporter in the presidential and House Republican Leader Robert Michel of a key figure in pushing the presidents economic program through In Omaha on Thur Reagan cam paigned with Thone before an enthusiastic crowd of at a Republican rally in the civic said his tm was producing but was still just a toddler and just CHESTER PEHL COUNTY JUDGE Las Vegas per person 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