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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 25, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                6A New Braunf els July Hudson has AIDS PARIS AP Film star Rock Hudson has a statement distributed by his spokeswoman said But the spokeswoman then told reporters Hudson was no longer suffering symptoms of the Hudson is also being treated at the American Hospital here for a still undetermined liver his Yanou told He came to Paris to consult with a specialist in this disease said Prior to meeting the he became very ill at the Ritz Hotel and his personal business manager Mark Miller advised him to enter the American Hospital she Collart said Miller had flown to Paris from California after advising Hudson by telephone to enter the American Hospital in the Paris suburb of The physicians at the American Hosptial conducted a series of diagnostic examinations on the statement released to reporters At the time they suspected but did not know about Hudsons AIDS which Collart said Miller informed them about on his arrival in The statement continued The physicians discovered ab normalities in Hudsons liver which without knowledge of the AIDS diagnosis were either suspected to be caused by an infectious problem or were consistent with metastatic liver The statement said These abnormalities are currently being Dale Hudsons public relations agent in Los had said Tuesday the 59yearold actor was suffering from inoperable liver On American Hospital spokesman Bruce Redor had denied that liver cancer had been diagnosed by hospital Reports and rumors of what Hudson might be suffering from ranged from fatigue to the often deadly ailment that depletes the bodys natural immunity Collart indicated Hudson would eventually return to the United States but did not know A decision on his future treatment will be made in the near she Asked what Hudsons chances of survival Collart said All that we can Hudson became one of Hollywoods leading men in the late 1940s and played opposite such stars as Elizabeth He has more than 50 war comedies and Westerns to his credit and in recent years turned to starring in the popular series McMillan and Wife and Former hostage Dozier retires from Army KILLEEN AP James Lee who spent six weeks chained to a bed wearing headphones blasting rocknroll as a captive of Italian ended his 35year military career today at Fort A retirement ceremony was scheduled for late this afternoon for the 54yearold who has been secondincommand at Fort Hood for almost two At Doziers the ceremony was to be small and Dozier has said he plans to return to his hometown of to become president of the Golden Grove Management an organization for citrus He is being replaced by General John deputy chief of staffcomptroller FOR SCOM Forces Command at Fort the Killeen Daily Herald On Dozier made international news while serving in when he was kidnapped by Red Brigade At the Dozier was the highestranking American in the allied land forces in Those who have never been denied dont really appreciate Dozier said after his Throughout most of his Dozier was chained to a bed inside of a tent inside an apart ment in guarded constantly and forced to wear headphones blasting roll and rock After 42 days of Dozier became the first Red Brigade hostage to be rescued when an Italian antiterrorist squad stormed the apart Those who have never been denied dont really appreciate Dozier said after his Since the Dozier and his have lectured about the kidnapping and in ternational Dozier said this week that a book and a television docudrama are about his experience are Dozier began his military career in 1950 with the Florida National He graduated from the Military Academy at West in 1956 as an armor officer and holds a Masters degree in aerospace engineering fjom the University of Doziers military education includes the Armor Officer Basic and Advanced the Com mand and General Staff College and the Army War The position he leaves is his fourth at Fort From December 1976 to December he served as 2nd Brigade 2nd Armored Division chief of 2nd Armored and chief of staff III Corps and Fort He had held several European assignments and is a decorated Vietnam Doziers awards and decorations include the Silver Legion of Bronze Star Medal with V device and two oak leaf Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf Air Army Commendation Medal with oak leaf Purple Parachutists Badge and Ranger Under the table Falsified lunch program records could cost Houston HOUSTON AP The city of Houston may have to pay back or more to the Texas Department of Human Resources due to falsified records surrounding the citys 1984 summer lunch a Houston official The program provides boxed lunches for underprivileged children during the summer City Parks Director Don Olson said he discovered the city may have paid for lunches that were never delivered in 1984 while examining records from last years which is funded by the Depart ment of Agriculture through the human resources The program is currently the focus of investigations by the city and state and by a federal grand The city received for the 1984 summer program before it was abruptly canceled in late July because of recurring health Olson said the city may have to pay back or more to the human resources department if it is determined that a city employee falsified reports to show delivery of the I cant even hazard a guess on how much was Olson told the City Council on He said he found evidence suggesting the lunches were served to youngsters on three dif ferent field But he said there were no such as tran sportation to prove the trips actually He also said the city paid for lunches for two field trips that city records show occurred on days the vendor did not prepare any depart ment food These just came to my but there are other Olson The programs financial records for 1984 have been subpoenaed by a federal grand jury and examined by investigators from the human resources department and the citys legal Investigators also are checking claims that vendors received payment for food that was not delivered and that site monitors did not show up for work on numerous The monitors anresponsible for verifying that food is delivered on at the proper temperature and in good Since the investigation 15 employees have resinned or been Olson Mexican icon returns to San Antonio SAN ANTONIO AP A Mexican religious icon that drew an estimated people to a church here last year will return to San Antonio on The Virgen de San Juan de los Lagos is expected to draw crowds once more to the Virgin Mary at San Juan de los Lagos Catholic a small westside sanctuary that again will display the The parish spent preparing for the statues visit last but probably raised more than that in which went to begin a muchneeded church Father Hugo Van den pastor of the Van den Bussche said the statue that will be shown here is not the but a copy made in 1629 to display outside of the town of Sail Juan de los Lagos in He said the copy wears the cape and crown of the The original statue become known as a miracle worker from an incident in 1623 when a girl sup posedly was brought back to life when the image was placed on Word of the incident spread and the Virgen de San Juan de Ins Lagos became a popular aspect of Mary and remains one even especially among Mexicans and Mexican Van den Bussche said people always can venerate but a popular icon like the statue of the Virgen de San Juan de los Lagos helps renew their Certain occasions bring out the best in Van den Bussche This is a good reminder to people of the interest the Blessed Mother has in The statue will arrive at Las Palmas Shopping Center at 7 and will be greeted by Auxiliary Bishop Bernard A procession will take it to the where it will be on display 24 hours a day until 11 the newspaper Masses will be said each day at 6 noon and C with novena prayers offered after each A drama recounting the history of the Virgen de San Juan de los Lagos will be presented at 8 each Archbishop Patrick Flores will celebrate the 6 Mass Briefly Two Coke products found contaminated LUFKIN AP Two CocaCola products a can from a hospital vending machine and a bottle on a convenience store shelf were contaminated with a household in a health official in this East Texas city said Lab tests showed the products had been laced with an in secticide used to kill ants and Angelina CountyCity Health Administrator Mike Tests were still being done to determine the level of con Czepiel But he said substance appeared to be heavily concentrated in the Coke can and somewhat diluted in the The contaminated Coke was discovered Tuesday morning after a man purchased a 12ounce can from a vending machine at Lufkin Memorial After drinking the the man rubbed his which immediately became in officials An inspector found a second contaminated plastic bottle of Coke while in a local convenience Czepiel said the contamination has only been found in containers of regular not in the diet or caffine free Czepiel said the CocaCola bottling plant in Lufkin has been inspected and given a clean bill of The contamination was a result of the These are obvious incidents of Czepiel At this we think this may have been one person tampering with both It looks that Hudson may be taking new French AIDS drug NEW YORK AP The an nouncement from Paris that Rock Hudson has AIDS but no signs of the disease at this time suggests that he might be receiving an experimental new drug developed at Frances Pasteur Institute that has shown some of the most promising results so tar in AIDS The HPA was given widespread exposure jo February when it was described fey one of its JeanClaude Chermann of at a meeting in New At that Chermann reported that the drug had caused the AIDS virus to nearly disappear in the blood of a young male Chermann that the drug blocks reproduction of the AIDS virus in the but does not kill Nor does the drug kill the white blood cells that are infected with the he To underscore the Chermann noted that the virus in the young hemophiliac had been reduced to such a low level by the drug that doctors could no longer find the virus in the boys They knew the virus was still because the bodys blood cells were able to pass the infection to other cells in laboratory Officials in France have not yet said whether Hudson is receiving the and it was not until today after days of and misinformation that officials confirmed Hudson was suffering from acquired immune deficiency syndrome rather than some other HPA 23 has at tracted considerable and reports have indicated that a number of American AIDS victims have gone to France for treatment with the In Chermann said 34 people were being tested with the which is the latest in a series of 55 compounds that the French researchers have developed in an effort to find an antiviral agent that would attack viruses similar to the AIDS A variety of other drugs are being investigated in the United States and abroad as possible AIDS including one called which has not yet been approved by the Food and Drug Ad ministration but which was recently made available to AIDS patients under the compassionate use provisions of federal drug Keep an eye on the news in the Herald Zeitung STEAK DINNER DANCE FRIDAY JULY 26 Dinner Dance 12 for Eagle Members Guests at Eagles Hall Grapes of Wrath 1 per person FINAL Economy Furniture SATURDAY AT 6PM FINAL MARKDOWNS EVERYTHING MUST GO 90 days same 99 cash Easy in store financing Economy Furniture o Court 37S7007 til 8   

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