Friday, June 28, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 28, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas HOI Associated Press Writer DHAHRAN Saudi Arabia AP Atneriwn troops Irt i in afetehl Saudi Arabia devastated by a terrorist attack earlier thig were jotted ftom their by a bomb threat that turned out to beahow We had a bomb threat It was a phone call We went on alert for about an hour and 45 Senior Air man Paul Oritton said Then we found everything to be He said Air Force personnel and allied British and French troops bunking in the compound were put on alert after the anonymous caller claimed there would be another explo sicfri at the base where a truck bombing Tuesday night killed 19 people all of them Americans The remains of the 19 Americans Were flown Thursday to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware to be honored at a private ceremony with a 21gun salute The United States says 270 Ameri cans were injured in the blast Saudi Arabia says more than 200 Saudi Ara bian and Bangladeshi citizens were also injured Meanwhile two Air Force transport planes arrived in southwest Germany today with 43 Air Force per bums ard broken bones from Tuesdays blast said Army Maj Bruce Shearer They were taken to Landstuhl Regional Medical Center and all listed in stable condition Oritton of Portage slid the call was made to the US Air Force Public Affairs Office at toddy EDT Officers ordered troops to take cover in the cen ters of their buildings Gritton would not say exactly what the caller said or in which language he spoke only information we have been cleared to give is that there was a bomb Capt Scott Vadnain later said We wont be giving out any more information about this It will just become part of the said Vadnain of Papillon Neb Hours after Warning American mil itary personnel at the base said they i Afrrrmi st ClasTpatricia Goldman still did not know the reason for the predawn alarm I got up and I started because 1 didnt know what was har said Goldman of Princeton The troops were told to congregate in the the buildings to take she said It was really scary and I was just hoping it wouldnt be another In case of a bomb located outside a building the safest location is the cen ter of the structure away from exterior walls The problem out here is that there are no shelters no place to hide or take Goldman said the scariest part is not knowing whats happening They havent told us what this morning siifcsI TKtajt Mid going to be out 1991 Culf wartnaYI there again ftom Iraqi occupation Oh Thursday swearing FBI agents American officials have actawWl Goldman said she had suffered to remove wrecked an eightsto di Arabia fot seVeYil but ti0 Saudi Arabia a close American ally ry building inside the complex which quick answers were expected ft took Sf Jf te 2006 American military Saudi authorities more thin foul EH fl XJFv tnllllAH MiUMMn fnf gMMMt MM juJP f AJ ja iiuuacs up lu niiicnwui iiimwy aauui Buino ed a million reward for infbrma personnel and an unknown number of months to arre tion leading to the arrests of suspects British and French Wops ff withft Nctf President Clinton has vowed to bnng to justice those responsible for the ence in Dhahran to keep an eye on Five Americans and two Indians died second lethal bombing of a mili Iraq they hive been here since the in that blast l tary target in Saudi Arabia in seven months Suspicion has focused on violent Muslim militants opposed to the pres ence of troops in SaUdi Ara bia no proof has yet turned up Todays alert came as FBI investi gators sent by President Clinton con tinued to search for clues into the truck bombing which also wounded hun dreds The FBI people were out all night at the site working when its RENTALS 607 Prostwood World Nation Briefs of Holocaust Muttxim i BERLIN AP Does Germany need a Holocaust Museum A group of historians writers and politicians who believe the answer is lyes have been working for years on I the concept But their announcement this week setting Berlin as the desired has touched off renewed debate about the best way to address Nazi berimes in the land of their origin C With memorials at former concen tration camps deteriorating for lack of funds and other highprofile Holo caust projects still oh the drawing board critics say now is hot the time for another expensive undertaking no matter how worthwhile Supporters point to the Holocaust I Memorial Museum in Washington I and the Yad Vashem museum in Jerusalem and call it ah embarrass ment that nothing similar exists in f Germany f It would be one of the most impor tant museums in the country with a great impact that also will be noted I said I a historian at the museum in HiannbverT Doctors against HMO gag rules U CHICAGO AP Dr Brian J fades says he was always a team player for the HMO that covers 30 of his gynecology practice At least until it decided that women seeking general care would ho longer allowed to see doctors in his spe years before the FBI background files search brought embarrassing scruti ny to the Clinton White House pres idential aides ignored a key Democ rats pointed suggestion that they hire a new and more experienced person nel security chief documents show Sen Dennis DeConcini at that time the Senate Intelligence Committee chairman lent his own security director to analyze the White House operation in the spring and summer of 1994 and to caution about the handling of classified informa tion p I think this issue needs to be put to rest and the best way to accomplish this is to ensure that the White House has safeguards in place to prevent a breach of DeConcini wrote thenDeputy White House Chief of Staff Phil Lader in March 1994 Within three months documents obtained by The Associated Press show DeConcinis staff had wrapped up a frank analysis of White House security matters and sent a letter with four recommendations directly to iv Iv5 r1 iii J Court not as conservative as some had hoped v AP Supreme Court completing its 10th term under Chief Justice William H Rehnquist has moved constitutional law to the right but not as far as he and other conservatives might have hoped The nations top judge does not always prevail and the court actually has made conservatives wince on numerous occasions There can be no question that the highest courts pronouncements on religion crime the death penalty affirmative action and abortion have become more conservative But affir mative action lives on abortion remains a constitutional right and gov ernmentsponsored school prayer still is banned Nevertheless some legal experts believe the last decade has brought about what University of Southern California law professor Erwin Chemerinsky calls a conservative revolution in constitutional Dole backs a way form comment on tobacco WASHINGTON AP Hoping to make the tobacco issue go away Bob Dole told one of his sharpest crit ics that hes no medical expert when he declaresthat smoking is not nec essarily addictive But dole still insists that from his personal observations tobacco may i or may trot be v a Thats what got Dole in trouble With Dr C Everett Kpop who served as surgeon general under President Reagan Koop said Doles remarks either exposed his abysmal lack of knowl edge of nicotine addiction or his blind support of the tobacco In a letter to Koop dated Thursday Eades put up a sign in his waiting warning his patients about the rinew policy And when he began the medical implications to them he was called before the HMOs Aboard and a senior member of the group he belongs to asked to resign from the HMO I had been one of their stars I had on committees to help them cut Eades said But my big deal Ill only cut costs as long as we maintain Eades and other policymakers at American Medical Association meeting rebelled Thursday HMO gag rules which pre doctors from telling patients expensive tests and treatments insurance companies wont pay w Ignored concerns WASHINGTON A EMERGENCY EYEGLASS SERVICE Glasses made while you wait One hour or less for most prescriptions 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