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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Syrians say Americans are receiving medical attention New Braunfels August 11A WASHINGTON AP An Illinois congressman has been told seven Americans kidnapped in Lebanon are receiving medical attention and that Syrian officials are continuing to work for their But George who met with Syrian President Hafez Assad and other highlevel government figures this week during a visit to the Middle Eastern noted that Assad disclaimed any responsibility for the kidnappings or that he had knowledge of the people who had in an interview with Associated Press Radio in Luxembourg on quoted Assad as saying he deplored the abductions In his press Ted said OBrien had no information on efforts to obtain the release of the captive Cormaney said only that the congressman felt optimistic following the talks and thought the discussions left some groundwork laid for some continuing OBrien represents the Joliet where one of the seven Americans the Lawrence Martin Jenco was a Roman Catholic was director of Catholic Relief Services in Beirut when he was kid napped last Marriott hotel dies WASHINGTON AP John Willard the son of a poor Utah sheep rancher who parlayed a small root beef stand into one of the worlds most prominent hotel is dead at the age of The hotel whose Washingtonbased company grew to include chains of restaurants as well as airline and institutional feeding died Tuesday afternoon at his summer home in New said Terry Marriott director of cor porate public Souers said he did not know the cause of death and to his Marriott had not been ill Over the course of the hed had some health but he had not been Souers said in a telephone a prominent leader in the Mormon Church and an active was still serving as chairman of the board of Marriott although he turned over the active management of the com pany in 1972 to his son Willafd Marriott who is president and chief executive officer Born near Marriott came to Washington in 1927 and with borrowed money opened a small root beer He soon expanded into a small chain of family oriented restaurants called the Hot Most prisons not ready for AIDS NEW YORK AP Inmates in a Minnesota prison are under a two week lockup because they threatened to demonstrate after a prisoner was diagnosed as having AIDSrelated In New a prisoner with AIDS was excused from ap pearing in court because officers had balked at handling These are just two of the hundreds of AIDS cases that cropped up in the four years since the deadly disease first appeared in the nations and most prison officials are un prepared to handle An informal survey of state and federal prison systems by The Associated Press found widely varying policies for dealing with prisoners with and in some cases no procedures at Wardens have been forced to lock prisoners in their victims have been shunned and guards have refused to handle prisoners with all because of confusion and States that have been reporting AIDS for several years generally have guidelines for handling prisoners with But where AIDS has appeared only guidelines often do not Several hundred cases of AIDS have been reported in state prisons since mostly in the New York state prisons have had the most with followed by New Jersey with Where acquired immune deficiency syndrome has it is often accompanied by disturbing episodes prisoners at the Stiliwater Prison have been locked in Uieir cells since Sunday because hundreds threatened to protest and demanded AIDS A guard afraid of contracting the disease was suspended for refusing to search The incidents occurred after an inmate was diagnosed as having AIDSrelated a milder form of the syndrome that could lead to the Westchester County Jail in an inmate with AIDS who harassed people by spitting on them was released after being allowed to plead guilty to a AIDS was a factor in his The who had been charged with stolen property did not have to appear in court because 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