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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 16, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                ERA loses in House backers eye elections New Bfaunfels Her Wednesday SA WASHINGTON AP Defiant feminist groups say the Equal Rights Amendment rejected by the House will be but in the meantime theyll work to defeat every member who opposed it especially Republicans who orchestrated the But while feminist leaders pledged to wreak political vengeance on their op the Republican who led Tuesdays fight against the BRA said GOP lawmakers could defend their I dont fear taking it to the said James R explaining that his constituents oppose federal financing of abortions and sending women into The vote was 278147 in favor of the six votes short of the twothirds needed for approval of a constitutional There were 225 Democrats and 53 Republicans who cast yes while 38 Democrats and 109 Republicans were Both sides of the ERA struggle showed theyve lost none of their spunk despite a decadelong battle over the Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of Judy president of the member National Organization for NOW pledges to in 1984 and to defeat every member of Congress who opposes the The Republican members of Congress who orchestrated the loss of the Equal Rights Amendment in the House of Representatives will face the wrath of their constituents at the polls next she told a news Opposing lobbyists were out in force and the galleries were nearly full for the which centered on Republican claims that House members were gagged by a rule that limited debate to 40 minutes and choked off This left Republicans without the means to offer several including one to ensure continued restrictions on govern ment funds for Another was aimed at preventing women from being drafted and assigned to combat The military argument was central to the first round of the ratification fight that in 1982 fell three states short of the 38 needed for Both sides agreed the key to Tuesdays result was the noamendment which House Speaker Thomas D said he instituted at the insistence of womens organizations who want to find out who their friends A spokeswoman for who spoke on condition she not be quoted by said feminist groups insisted on a vote this year because we wanted to know who to target for defeat before state filing deadlines early next She said NOW would run supporters for congressional seats held by ERA November 17 group claims credit for Athens shooting Greece AP A leftwing terrorist group suspected of killing a CIA of ficial in Greece eight years ago has claimed responsibility for gunning down a naval attache and his civilian An anonymous telephone caller to the leftist Athens newspaper Eleftherotypia said November 17 had engineered the We shall send you a file explaining why we carried out this police quoted the caller as Navy George head of the naval section at the Joint Military Ad visory Group in a liaison unit with the Greek armed was shot dead Tuesday morning as he drove to work at the Em Police said that the shots were fired by one of two men on a motorcycle and that the attackers then escaped down a side The killers pulled alongside Tsantes official car when it stopped at a busy intersection on a suburban highway and pumped at least seven bullets through a closed It was a very professional The scooter passenger shot surpisingly accurately with a caliber said a police spokesman who declined to be Tsantes Nikos from the Aegean island of died in a hospital of stomach wounds after a fourhour emergency Police sources said the claim by November 17 prompted investigators to focus on left wing activists in In the terrorist group sent a detailed description of how it killed CIA station chief Richard Welch to several leftwing Greek But it had not been heard from since claiming two shootings of Greek police officials in 1976 and The group takes its name from the date in 1973 when Greeces military rulers used tanks and troops to quash a student rebellion at Athens Polytechnic pipes dont lower expert says AP Cigarette smokers who switch to pipes or cigars may not reduce their risk of lung cancer and heart disease because they still smoke heavily and inhale a scientist The he is that cigarette smokers shouldnt be encouraged to switch to pipes or cigars as an alternative But people who smoke a pipe or cigars and never smoked cigarettes usually are less diseaseprone than the former cigarette smokers because they often dont smoke or inhale as Aaron a University of Minnesota research said Previous research found little difference in disease risks between pipe and cigar smokers and cigarette smokers who switched because those studies failed to examine the number of pipe bowls or cigars smoked said who reported his findings at the American Heart Associations annual Folsom and his colleagues surveyed male and female smokers in several communities in North Dakota and South Kraft 0 Holiday of Values 450 jailed in nuclear protests LONDON AP Police arrested more than 450 demonstrators during Britains first full day as host to cruise and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher said a nuclear balance of terror was helping to preserve world Nuclear weapons have in fact prevented the Conservative Party leader said in a television interview broadcast by the British Broadcasting on Tuesday It is a balance of but it has kept the At the Air Force base at Greenham 50 miles west of dozens of just released on bail after being arrested at returned to their 26 monthold protest A second shipment of cruise missiles was apparently flown into the base 24 hours after the initial Press reports and the BBC said it was believed the nuclear warheads had arrived as Most of the Tuesdays arrests were at Greenham and outside the House of Commons in Groups of legislators left the building to watch mainly who had blockaded the main entrance being bundled into police In the north England city of Defense Secretary Michael Heseltine was sprayed with red paint as police battled to get him through hundreds of student demon strators to address a Conservative students meeting at Manchester Better red than one demonstrator Heseltine later Im very worried about the techniques and tactics of these protests They are very anxious to get more but they are using methods abhorrent to the British Holiday of Values JUST IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS Come And See At Krafts The Amana Radarange Microwave Oven Demonstration 19 10 To 2 for all SALE 4 pieces DRESSER BED NIGHT STAND EXTRA SALE s LAYAWAY SIMPLE LUXURY Enjoy microwave cooking with the luxury of an accurate digital display plus dial controls that are easy to use M I C R O W A V t f O V E N GENUINE SLATE POOL TABLES SALE Model RR 700 Get this exciting microwave cookware Rubbe rman MICROWAVE COOKWARE Deluxe 8Piece Set Only When you buy a qualifying Amana Nothing else stacks up to it LAYAWAY NOW We Service What We Sell But 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