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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 19, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 10 New Braunfels Marmaduke April Robot exposition Mechanical contraptions whirr and and play Can we borrow your TV until ours is fixed CHICAGO AP It looks like a huge elephants but it can delicately pick up an egg and put it in a holder or take a ball and drop it through a basketball Although the robot from Sweden is not yet dunking it is one of the flashiest players at the Robots 7 Conference and Exposition that has turned McCormick Place Chicagos lakefront exhibition center into a wonderland of 250 lightblinking contraptions that can do about everything but clean finger The which opened is billed as the biggest Industrial robot show ever drawing products from 175 robot builders in 12 countries million worth of At a the open to the is expected to draw people for its threeday But the exhibitors mostly hope to attract manufacturers interested in buying robots for their Many of the robots are programmed to ham it up to draw crowds to the various like the 13foot model from Spine with its elephanttrunklike arm able to reach nearly 16 The Spine Robot can reach everywhere from from from the front and said Per control systems In a United States Robots display from King of three blue robots warm up like football players raising and lowering their necks and stretching their Among the many things these robots can do on a diet of electricity is put together their own he Its the nearest thing to propagation in the robot One of the biggest showoffs at the exhibit is the brainchild of Cincinnati It lures crowds to the companys exhibit by dealing explaining the rules of calling out point totals and announcing It keeps track of what has been played and knows how many cards are left in the deck and what their values When the robot has a blackjack hand totaling 16 points with 21 points needed to win it points to the ceiling and Look at and pulls a 5card from behind its In other it I CLOS67 IN ON THE 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Baseball Atlanta at San Sexuality Crisis Billy Couples New Day in of Things Everybodys Pleasure Hunt II Hearts and Forward Special The Football Lot Angeles at Arracadai Soup for On the Threshold of Health World Report Human Scouts change reap membership boom IRVING AP Unable to relate the decadesold motto of Be Prepared with the youth of the the Boy Scouts of America succeeded in mapping out a strategy of policy and program changes to make Scouting more relevant and reversed a trend of decreasing The mapped out by is pushing membership officials The group now claims mem bers and an annual growth rate that rivals the Boy Scouts glory days of the Scout executives say their decision to create a fourth branch and admit boys at an earlier age may have been the most important factor in the Since it was introduced last the Tiger Cub program has enrolled more than 7yearold boys who accounted for 86 percent of all new Scouts signed up during that We are out to hit new kids and get them in terested in said Mike Scouts director of Tiger Cubs is one way to do Other strategies in cluded uniform a new program that teaches Scouts to care for themselves when home alone and two new merit badges Handicapped Awareness and American Scouting executives also acknowledge that the turnaround can be attributed in part to external such as con Tarr says he believes the membership surge will and he points to the November 1979 capture of the American embassy in Iran as the turning There was the realization that we werent as good as we thought we he There was a sudden return to the values President Reagan has emphasized personal respon sibility and There he a return to the values of The Boy who moved their headquarters to this Dallas suburb in 1979 from North say they face obstacles that never occurred to leaders in years There are those who challenge said himself a former Cub They challenge us on They want girls in the Cub Atheists want to lead Women want to lead People want more sports in our Were under attack from all sorts of They dont un Electrical mishap burns darkens Lamar Tarr said he spends much of his time traveling around the world to involve world leaders in His staff of 525 is in charge of coordinating Scout programs through six regional there are 413 local Scouting Cub packs and Boy Scout Scouts and adult In the staff processes orders for writes Scout publishes Boys Life collects registration fees and plans Jam This the national headquarters will spend about million just to ad minister the Almost all Scouting revenue comes from with about million from registration million from sales of American Cancer Sodety literature and camping million from local council fees and from the sale of Boys Life Controller Tom Wagner said 80 percent of that money is spent on staff But the million operating budget is only part of what Scouting leaders raise and The largest source of income is the Cam paign for a drive to raise million to pay for the relocation of the national 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