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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 2, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Pajji 6A New Texas October PLO MAMAM Tunisia AP PLO chief Yasser Arafat vowed to retaliate for an Israeli bombing raid that destroyed his headquarters in and Tunisia demanded a meeting of the Security Council to condemn the who escaped planned to attend a funeral today for many of the victims of Tuesdays air The Palestine Liberation Organization said more than 60 people were killed and about 100 were The Israeli military said as many as 50 people were and medical sources in Tunis put the toll at about 30 dead and 100 speaking in an interview Tuesday night with Italys staterun RAI television from the Tunisian people will respond to this official terrorism and to the Israeli military It was obvious and clear that they the Israeli raiders were helped by Arafat expected at victimsfuneral American stations by American by the American the 6th by Americans in the Mediterranean he The United States has denied that it had anything to do with the Israeli raid and said it did not know about it in Arafat said the raid was a refusing by Israel of the PLOs agreement with Jordans King Hussein to form a Jordanian Palestinian delegation to discuss Middle East peace with the United Under the the meeting between the Jordanian Palestinian negotiators would be a first step toward a meeting with Asked about Israels declaration that the air raid was a reprisal for last weeks slayings of three Israelis aboard a yacht in he said the Israelis used a similar excuse to invade referring to the Israeli invasion of Lebanon in guerrilla supporters then moved their base to A caller claiming to represent the PLO commando group Force 17 claimed responsibility for the Lar naca The PLO denied it was although it participated in negotiations for the surrender of three gunmen arrested for killing the three The Reagan administration said it considered the raid an act of self President Reagan said in Washington that nations have the right to retaliate against terrorist attacks as long as you pick out the people the attacks was con demned by governments throughout the Arab and in several European June The Israelis ousted Arafat from his stronghold in Beirut during that his top aides and Soviet proposal said to fall short German visitor Kathleen Krueger and Helgard left and talk with Angrad von during a recent visit the German journalist made to New Von who is from a region near is getting her from LESLIE i Goettingen University and she came to the area to gather information on her which is on the American political She is on a two month tour of one of the six states she will visit to compete here WASHINGTON AP Reagan administration officials see the new Soviet arms proposal as an im provement on Moscows past but believe it falls far short of what is needed to produce an arms control agreement in time for the Geneva summit If there is something its not for the a senior ad ministration official said The possibility of working this with all the new issues and com plications look pretty for The official said that because the administration still lias not for mulated its response to the latest Soviet he was speaking only on the condition of The Soviet plan was discussed at a meeting of the National Security Council on but no decisions were A wellplaced congressional arms control expert and a State Depart ment official agreed that the Soviet plan is too complex and onesided to offer hope of an agreement in time for President Reagans 1920 summit conference with Soviet leader Mikhail If this is the its not going to get done in time for the said the congressional who also insisted on They cant bargain points away that It looks like they are hunkering down for a long The Soviet previewed to Reagan by Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze on was formally presented at the Geneva arms control talks by the Soviet side on Monday and Its chief feature is a proposed 50 percent reduction in nuclear weapons for both It also would limit to 60 percent the total number of weapons that could be of any one such as the heavy intercontinental ballistic missiles that Washington fears have given Moscow a firststrike It also would ban further work into Reagans Star Wars officially known as the Strategic Defense the senior official He said the proposal is unbalanced and not very fair to American GOP wants to ban AIDS children from shut down public baths WASHINGTON AP Several Republican lawmakers are responding to the AIDS scare with proposals such as keeping young victims of the deadly disease out of school and denying federal money to cities that fail to shut down public bath William Dannerneyer of Southern California said other measures could include a felony for a member of a high rish group to prohibiting AIDS victims from working in the health care industry and banning discrimination against health professionals who use protective garments when treating AIDS Robert said Tuesday he and his allies may attach the bath house provision to an ap propriations bill for the Health and Human Services Department when it reaches the House The bath house idea surfaced last week when Dannerneyer circulated a Dear Colleague urging some new antiAIDS Dannemeyer said he was still concerned with the inaction of public health officials in responding to the Promising AIDS drug tested on patients MINNEAPOLIS AP A very promising experimental compound shortcircuits the reproduction of the AIDS but researchers caution that much more research is needed to learn whether Compound S can play a role in fighting the deadly No therapeutic claim has been Samuel Broder of the National Cancer Institute said Tuesday of the I am cautiously optimistic that the virus can be And I am cautiously optimistic that this drug can be developed and that other drugs of more refined technology can be brought to bear on Broder Codenamed Compound S by its the Burroughs Wellcome pharmaceutical the drug can safely be given to victims of the researchers I think this is very This is one of the most potent drugs against the AIDS said Hiroaki Mitsuya of the cancer in The advantage of this agent is that it is less toxic in or in the test than other ex perimental AIDS Efforts to treat AIDS have been thwarted by the difficulty of at tacking viruses in general and in particular the virus that causes the The new drug works by shortcircuiting the chemical process the virus uses to make copies of itself inside human white blood Reports on experiments with the drug by Mitsuya and others were presented at a meeting of the American Society for Currently there is no effective treatment for acquired immune deficiency and victims often die of socalled opportunistic attacks by germs that healthy people easily ward More than Americans have gotten AIDS and the national Centers for Disease Control estimates that number will double over the next 13 Mitsuyas studies show that in the test at the drug protects infected cells from being killed by the AIDS Once the drug is with the cells Testing of the drug on AIDS vic most of them with advanced began in July at the cancer institute and at Duke About 12 to 18 patients will be enrolled in the So the research has found that the drug can be given but experts said there is no information yet on whether it changes the course of the victims William Hardy of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City has begun testing the drug against the feline leukemia which causes a common AIDS like illness in Initial studies show it can sometimes dramatically reduce the proportion of virally infected blood cells in the but Hardy We have not cured one cat yet of the virus and thats important to spread of what can only be termed this centurys version of the The legal and medical responses to this situation are grossly given its Dannemeyer Bath houses are a Dan nemeyer The medical community is in full agreement that AIDS is transmitted through promiscuous homosexual contact which flourishes at these Missy a Dannemeyer said her boss is still seeking co sponsors for his other proposals and that he has not formally introduced them as Henry chairman of a health subcommittee which held the first hearings on AIDS in April was skeptical of the Republicans motives on the bath house Closing down bath he was a good idea in the battle against but he said those decisions should be made by local city coun not by The only purpose I could see is to demagogue the he Jeff a spokesman for the National Gay Task called the proposal a diversionary tactic in the war against Bath houses a small role in the spread of the he To combat Levi called for a massive education program on how to have safe All of us tried to avoid talking about Gingrich a distasteful Floor TileNMore tile Bathroom Kitchen tile Pavers 1292 San Antonio 85 tile 6255660 91 PRICE Elderly hearings scheduled AUSTIN AP A Senate sub committee has been named 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