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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                6A New Braunfels May Kabul 0 O Khyber Islamabad Pass Soviets step up defenses along Afghanistan border Pakistan AP Covered by jetfighters and helicopter Soviet paratroops are seizing rnountaintops along the AfghanPakistan border in preparation for a major Soviet of fensive to cut rebel supply Afghan rebels said The rebels said Soviet and Afghan troops have stepped up their patrols along the border to prevent guerrillas from using them to am bush the major Soviet and said they were finding it increasingly difficult to move men and equipment into The who spoke on condition they not be reported heavy fighting and said they destroyed two Soviet tanks and killed nine Soviet They said they also sustained but Would not give any The Soviet and Afghan which began last week in Kunar now involves more than Soviet troops and will probably grow to according to Its a huge Soviet unusually Its turning into the biggest offensive of the said Professor Sayed head of the authorittive and politically in dependent Afghan Information Center in Majrooh said the Soviets have never used more than troops in an Thousands of Soviet troops entered Afghanistan in December 1979 to fight an anticommunist oversaw the ouster of one Communist government and installed the pro Soviet Babrak Karmal There now are said to be about Soviet troops in the Western diplomatic sources said a Soviet force of supported by hundreds of tanks and backed by jet fighterbombers and helicopter gunships is battling guerrillas in the Kunar on the Diplomatic who also spoke on condition they not be said the Soviets were massing a larger force south of Kunar in the Gardez area of Paktia apparently to launch a second offensive Paktia is another main route for mule trains bringing ammunition and supplies tomthe guerrillas from their bases in Western reporters are barred from Afghanistan and there is no way to confirm the reports Majrooh and the guerrillas said the resistance can do little but withdraw in the face of the Soviet armored which follow bomb and rocket They have nothing to hit back with against something like Majrooh But a member of the Yunis Khalis resistance who like other guerrillas asked not to be Identified for security said losses on both sides had been Guerrilla officials declined to say Thursday how many fighters they have in the border Western intelligence estimate there are some or MujahedeenJ in But only about are said to be fulltime British soccer teams face banishment from Belgium U It I I I O I A ri fm Belgium AP The government today banned British soccer learns from playing in Belgium until further notice following the stadium riot in which 38 people were A government spokesman said in answer to a question that the ban covered all Scottish and Welsh professional or and stressed it applied only to A government statement an nouncing the ban was issued after a regular Cabinet meeting at which ministers discussed the Heysel stadium tragedy before a European Cup final between Englands Liverpool and Italys Juventus The ban was imposed on the recommendation of Interior Minister CharlesFerdinand the government In a panic that broke out after Liverpool fans surged into an area of the grandstand occupied by Italian 38 people were trampled or crushed to and 454 people British soccer pressed by Prime Minister Margaret had already said they may them selves ban English clubs from Spy spy FBI plans more arrests in Navy iAPi Another sailor and as many as four em ployees if a former Navy com munications specialist accused of passing secrets to the Soviet Union with the help of his brother and son are expected to be charged with according to published I will concede there is a good possibility of more Jack special agent in charge of the Norfolk FBI said Thur sday alter John Anthony Walker brother made his first court ap pvaranci on an espionage I wont give any time Wagner Walkers preliminary hearing was postponed until Monday I give the retired Navy officer time o lure a nie JiMiert Swink held without bond until the which will also determine if he will be allowed John a retired Navy communications and his son a sailor aboard the aircraft carrier USS were arrested last week and indicted on espionage charges Tuesday in The New York in todays quoted unidentified officials as saying about four employees of Confidential John Walkers private detective agency in Virginia would be probably next The officials said it was unclear whether additional members of the Walker family would be the The Washington quoting unidentified sources in todays said a retired Navy enlisted idsntified only as D and unrelated to the may have been working with John The Walker case I think its fair to a serious Defense Secretary Caspar Wein espionage ring berger said at a Washington press conference It is a serious but we dont want to add to the seriousness of the loss by discussing in detail what has actually been taken from the United John Walker was arrested after investigators observed him con cealing a package that allegedly contained about 129 classfified which included references to an associate code named Arthur an employee of a defense contractor in was most probably identical to according to arl FBI affidavit filed in District Court He was arrested Wednesday at his Virginia Beach He spent 20 years in the seven as an enlisted man and 13 as an He retired as a lieutenant commander in Michael Walker was arrested last week on the where he was a Cholera spreading in Bangladesh Bangladesh AP At least 40 people have died of cholera during the last two days on the coastal islands of southern Bangladesh where a vicious storm killed an estimated newspapers said The Bengallanguage newspaper Sangbad said at least 25 people died of cholera in a city about 150 miles south of the capital hit hard by Saturdays The semiofficial Bengali daily Dainik Bangla reported 15 cholera deaths on Sandwip also battered by the storm and tidal There was no official com ment on the Sangbad quoted authorities at Sonagazi as saying they were doing out breaks of cholera and They were quoted as saying medical teams were innoculating people and distributing water purifying drinking and The Public Health Engineering Department in Dhaka sdid it was digging 500 new wells to ensure supplies of clean drinking President Hossain Ershad said Thursday that people living around the Bay of Bengal were warned that a storm was but that they clung to their land and He estimates more than died in the The warning was But they didnt want to They had their their said the martial law ruler since William director of the Agency for International Developments office in said that based on a helicopter tour he was certain at least A government spokesman in Dhaka said today he believed the vast majority of the dead were many of whose names may not be among the more than people listed as Dozens of survivors on Urir Char told of children lost in the Some children huddled among mostly adult Founder wants to buy out Mary Kay cosmetics DALLAS AP Mary Kay founder of Mary Kay Cosmetics has proposed a million plan to buy back her company and return it to family officials board along with her son Richard president and chief executive led an investor group of senior management in proposing the company spokesman Dean Meadors said cojpanys chairman and president indicated their proposal is based on their desire to return the company to family ownership on a basis that provides fair treatment to all shareholders of the the company said in a prepared Under the shareholders would receive in cash and in principal amount of subordinated debentures for each of the ap proximately 21 million publicly held Meadors Mary which produces and markets cosmetics and skin care products directly to had first quarter net earnings of or 19 cents a on net sales of Meadors along with Rogers and other members of senior management involved in the currently own 30 percent of the companys Meadors Robert OFFUTT MUELLER ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THE ASSOCIATION OF Robert C IN THE PRACTICE OF CHILDRENS DENTISTRY 70S LANOA NEW TX 78130 travelling to The Union of European Football Associations may also ban English clubs from European an action that would bar English clubs from prestigious and international Belgian officials blamed Englands Liverpool fans for starting the but there also was criticism of security arrangements at Heysel The Red Cross told reporters today that 454 people were treated for in juries after the raising the previous reported figure by The dead included 28 four a Frenchman and a Four are still Of the 90 remained in Brussels area 10 in serious con officials John chairman of the Liverpool soccer said six members of the white supremacist National Front approached him an hour after the riot and they were boasting that they had caused Smith said the National Front members spurred on the Liverpool fans who fought the Juventus sup Shiites proclaim ceasefire Lebanon AP Shiite Moslem forces proclaimed a unilateral ceasefire today in their 12 dayold war against Palestinian guerrillas for control of Beiruts refugee camps that has claimed more than 400 The onesided truce came amid reports that Syrian President Hafez Assad as agreed to send his army back to Beirut to halt the bloody battles in the camps and snuff out Lebanons 10year ChristianMoslem civil war as Police said eight people were killed and 62 wounded in overnight fighting that preceded Amals ceasefire This raised the known casualty toll to 427 killed and injured since the camps war erupted The Shiites attacked the Beirut refugee camps in a bid to prevent them from again becoming a stronghold of Palestinian Hundreds of Palestinian guerrillas are reported to have filtered back into the camps since they were driven out by the 1982 Israel A communique issued by Lebanon largest Shiite said its were ordered to stop shooting at the three camps of Chatilla and Bourj elBarajneh as of There was no immediate response from the Palestinians to the ceasefire But radio stations said sporadic sniping persisted at west Beiruts Chatilla camp and suburban Bourj el or What Keeps aWeekend From Beer I fc 1985 Freixenei San Sadurni de Freixenei a registered   

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