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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                Warning New HeraldZeitung February AFLCIO warns that deficit could cause national recession BAL AP The AFL CIO has renewed its call for a substantial rollback of the 1981 threeyear tax cut program and warned that high deficits may soon tip the economy into another Reagan For the third consecutive the top leadership of the millionmember labor federation issued policy papers finding fault with President Reagans budget and tax In the first day of its weeklong meeting the 33member executive council said Monday that the estimated to reach billion in the next budget must be reduced by stronger economic increased federal revenues and lower military If more money is needed to shore up the nations the labor leadership it should be bankrolled with a special in come tax surtax on both corporations and President Kirkland told a news conference that unemployment remains too and he refused to give Reagan credit for the business turnaround of the last 14 We have eight percent official unem ployment in the midst of what is advertised as a which is about a million more people unemployed than at the depths of what was a recession in the previous ad said Among proposals which the executive council said could cut the deficit by billion in fiscal 1985 were these the thirdyear installment of the 1981 tax cut program at which would in effect deny any further tax cuts for those earning more than a several tax loopholes for including foreign tax credits and deferrals in the form of tax subsidies for the overseas operations of multinational We have an administration which after having campaigned for many years on the proposition that the deficit is at the root of all evil and promising its year has magnified the deficit and multiplied it beyond all Kirkland He This is a tirnebornb thats ticking and its going to exact a the chief Marines pull forces out of Beirut Lebanon AP Marines began pulling their combat forces out of Beirut today to Navy ships and Israeli warplanes bombed and strafed suspected guerrilla positions in the Syrian controlled central Today the support people have gone and were working on the combat said Marine spokesman Dennis Today is the first day of the relocation of the actual 22nd MAU Marine Amphibious Unit Brooks said he did not know how many of the roughly Marines based at Beirut airport would leave He said the evacuation would take approximately a maybe Brooks said all support gear and 99 per cent support personnel had been evacuated since President Reagan disclosed his decision 7 to withdraw the Marine contingent from the The Marine base has been surrounded by Syrianbacked Druse and Shiite Moslem militias since the militias wrested control of mostly Moslem west Beirut from the Lebanese army 15 days The Israeli military command said its warplanes attacked terrorist targets the usual reference to Palestinian guerrillas in Ain Jdeide and south of a Druseheld town about nine miles southeast of the Lebanese capital on the BeirutDamascus There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties in the the second this week and the fifth this All Israeli planes returned safely to the com mand The raid coincided with reports the Israeli army has moved dozens of tanks and ar mored personnel carriers across its southern defense line toward Beirut over the past two In police said 11 people were killed today during clashes across the green line separating the capitals Moslem and Christian sectors and in fighting at the army garrison in Souk atop a mountain east of At least 86 civilians and combatants were police Navy jets made repeated recon naissance runs over Beirut and the neigh boring hills overnight and this drawing no ground Lebanons state radio Despite the and demands by opposition leaders for the resignation of President Amin two Saudi Arabian envoys were sent to reportedly to propose another peace plan that would keep Gemayel in impose a ceasefire and comply with Syrias demand that the LebaneseIsraeli troop withdrawal pact be scrapped Once the Marines in Beirut pull only French troops of the multinational force will remain in the Lebanese although some Marines are expected to remain ashore to guard the Embassy offices on west Beiruts The British and Italian contingents of the fournation force have already pulled Ovoid lust Eggs all the rage across United States By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In the matter of the imagination usually stops at boiling or But turn some of the nations brightest minds loose and you get eggs being snatched in hatched in San dropped in Cleveland and going cosmic in An absolute flurry of sciencerelated egg news has been breaking around the country this Or not which was the point Monday in where David Allan claimed his second straight championship in Case Western Reserve Universitys eggdrop contest for engineering Allans egg survived a 60foot fall inside a Styrofoam beating such contenders as a small teddy bear with an egg placed in a hole in its The bear failed to land on its paws and it was not Wisconsins George Archibald just loves poached He likes them best when hes poached them himself from the nests of the rare and vanishing Eastern sarus crane of where the government approved his mission to take some eggs from the wild and try to establish a captive breeding director of the International Crane was heading home today to with two boxes of eggs gathered since His goal is to reintroduce the crane to where hunters and habitat destruction have wiped out the Continuing their quest to revive the California condor now down to about scientists from the San Diego Zoo boarded a helicopter Monday and heisted their second egg of 1984 from a mountainside If the egg proves as one taken last week zoo workers will coddle it of course in hopes that a chick will hatch in 60 Three condors were hatched at the zoo last A Scientists at the University of Chicago laid a monster egg on the space shuttle program unveiling an ovoid containing cosmic ray It is scheduled to go aloft in March The aluminum eggs detectors can measure particles of higher energies than has so far been Comanche Peak critics question consultant FORT WORTH AP Opponents of the Comanche Peak nuclear power plant have questioned the in dependence of a consultant who said the plants qualityassurance program was Officials of Cygna Energy Service told a threemember panel of the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board on Monday that Cygna provided Comanche Peak officials a list of documents the firm planned to study before visiting the The Dallasbased Citizens Association for Sound Energy con tended that the notice allowed the plants staff to check the accuracy of the records before the inspection team arrived and biased the in dependence of the Cygna But Cygna project manager Nancy Williams said the notification had little effect on the conclusions of the Williams said the study team was aware of problems at the plant before requesting about documents during the quality assurance study last The plants staff was given the list because the consultants estimated it would take at least four hours to find all the which listed design changes for eventual Williams Advance notification is a standard quality assurance audit Williams But ASLB chairman Peter Bloch questioned the saying the procedure doesnt seem to me to be an adequate test of how the documents were handled day to The session was the first in a weeklong hearing addressing quality assurance programs at the which is under construction near Glen about 60 miles southwest of Fort Hunt planned to save giraffes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS An American an African game catcher and a Florida zoo manager piled into a land cruiser in Kenya this month to rescue 25 members of a sub species in danger of Don of the International Animal heads the operation to corral the giraffes and transport them in a cargo plane to the Busch Gardens zoo in He has been joined by Gerald manager of the Busch and Stefanie who plays Jennifer Hart on ABC TVs Hart to Hart Miss Powers had been visiting Hunt and his in when she was invited to join the The Hunts own the Mount Kenya Game Ranch Miss Powers is a member of the ranch board of Busch Gardens hired the animal ex change to capture 22 female and three male reticulated giraffes for the zoo in The mission was designed to save some of the giraffes and to start a pure gene pool for breeding in the United Lentz The reticulated giraffe is considered the most beautiful of the four most common subspecies of But only about reticulated giraffes survive in and government wildlife authorities there predict they will be gone in five to 10 In recent much of Kenyas wild land has been turned over to farming and Giraffes and other wild animals trample farmers fences and the Kenya government has authorized landowners to shoot errant Its a tragic thing to see a species Lentz We are fortunate that the means still exist to translocate these animals to a protected en Capturing giraffes in their natural habitat on the Laikipia 130 miles northwest of has been a tricky Because of the giraffes unusual respiratory they cant be shot with Once a herd is located and a candidate is the game catchers race alongside the giraffe in land cruisers at 20 to 40 mph until the animal tires and Then a catcher extends a 12foot pole with a rope loop at the end and slips it over the head and neck of the galloping The animal is pulled alongside the which slows to a The giraffe is given an injection to calm it About 20 giraffes had been captured by midFebruary and all giraffes bound for the United States should be ready for their plane ride in Lentz They will arrive in New York City and after a 30day Agriculture Department quarantine will be taken by truck to Union expected to ratify contract with Kroger stores HOUSTON AP Union leaders say they expect members to ratify a new threeyear contract with about 80 Kroger supermarkets in south and southeast The first of a series of ratification votes began Monday in but voting was to continue through Tommy a business agent for the United Food and Commercial Workers Local said workers will probably accept the It was the best we can do without a he But union spokesman Waft Davis said the two main points of contention were the pension fund and health Kroger spokeswoman Carmen Lovell declined to discuss but said the tentative settlement was fair for both Barber Shop Quartet Concert February 25 PM New Braunfels Civic Center 1981 International Champion Barber Shop Quartet Chicago News Old Fashioned Hamburgers At Old Fashioned Prices 5 for Fresh Ground Beef All The Fixins Call 6256263 Bring This Ad For Om Free Order Of Fries Per Order Support March of Dimes Deported boy back in States SAN DIEGO AP A 14yearold boy reunited with his brother today after being mistakenly deported to Mexico says he falsely confessed to being an illegal alien because he feared that otherwise he would get beat Mario Moreno who had been taken to Tijuana last week with a busload of Mexican was found wandering the streets of Diego on Monday by a couple who recognized him from news He was released to the custody of his 19year old but his frantic father did not know he had been found and was still in Tijuana looking for him Mario is Mexican but has a visa allowing him to live in the United States He did not have it with him when he was rounded up on a Santa Ana street corner His father has said he did not give Mario the visa because he was afraid the boy would lose Mario said he sneaked back into the United States on Friday after being stopped twice by Border Patrol agents and had been looking for work in the San Diego area I didnt know they were searching for he told reporters Monday I knew they ibis family were worried about me and they would come looking for me if something he When his father hadnt been located by mid San Diego police released Mario to his who said they would hitch a ride home with a Santa Ana Jose Vargas said that Marios Juan Moreno a had been checking with police every morning and that Tijuana officials would be alerted to tell him his son had been I went through a lot of cold and Mario said of the days since immigration officials picked up him and 33 other Mexicans in Santa more than 100 miles north of Through an Mario said he signed a waiver of his rights and a declaration he was an illegal alien because I didnt want to get beat Officials handed out a sheet that everyone was supposed to They called out one guys name and told him to but he didnt want to At that Mario said an official stood him up i the man who declined to sign j and shoved him against the Everyone saw Then everybody started I was worried about my brother because we didnt know where he But now that I see him by my side my heart is filled with said Oscar as he appeared before reporters with his arm around his Youll and youll come to Stanng 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