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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 6, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                What is the MX missile 1 pounds CHtmetor 92 Inches miles Maximum spied mph Armament 10 Individually targeted nuclear warheads Accuracy Within 300 feet of target Basing Silos In Nebraska and Wyoming Deployment First 5 due late 1986 or early 1987 1985 proposal 15 missiles Chicago Tribune Graphic Sources Chicago Tribune news reports New Braunfels February 3A Australia surprises Reagan with rejection WASHINGTON AP Australian Prlme Minister Robert Hawke ap parently caught Reagan ad ministration officials by surprise with his governments reported decision to withdraw an offer of support facilities for MX missile Reports of the lastminute reversal surfaced Tuesday night on the eve of Hawkes scheduled talks with Secretary of State George Shultz to coordinate strategy for dealing with New Zealands decision to deny a request for a visit by a Navy Reacting to the New Zealand an officials said Tuesday the administration was reviewing its ties with that country and also disclosed it will not par ticipate to planned naval exercises set for next month with South Pacific After being informed of the plan to withdraw from the military known as Sea Australia announced it was can celling the normally held Australia was to host them this That announcement gave no that elements within Hawkes government would succeed in forcing withdrawal of a fourday old offer to let monitoring air craft use Australian facilities during MX missile News reports in said Hawke who arrived in Washington late Tuesday for three days of talks with President Reagan and others made the decision without advance consultation with Hawkes government announced Friday that it would allow planes to use Australian bases while monitoring tests of the missiles fired from California and aimed at the Tasmart Sea off Australias east The prime minister left Saturday for Belgium to meet with Western European leaders before continuing ori to Australian newspapers said Tuesday that Hawke dramatically reversed course the issue after several frantic telephone conversations with ad visers at home from his hotel in He told reporters traveling with him of the saying powerful leftist elements of his party had seized on the MX issue as a weapon against Hawke is seen as a conservative supporter of the AustraliaNew ZealandUnited States known Informally as Before word of the Australian reversal on MX White House and State Department spokesmen raised the possibility of A reduction In ties with New Zealand because of its refusal to let the a conventionallypowered make a port call next month after the joint military exercises were to have New Zealand Prime Minister David Lange has said his govern ment will deny access to war ships so long as the United States refuses to say whether they are equipped with nuclear The United States traditionally has declined to provide such Texas sodomy law meets court dispute NEW ORLEANS AP The long legal fight over whether homosexual sex is illegal in whether practiced in public or is not yet The 5th Circuit Court of Ap peals has granted a It will be before the or en court of 15 judges instead of the usual three judge No date has been Amarillo District Attorney Danny who won the included a sharp attack on state Attorney General Jim Mattox in his This fight started back in 1979 when Donald Baker of Dallas said the law forbidding deviant sexual in tercourse threatened his job and was His suit against the state was a class action applying to every county or city attorney in On District Judge Jerry Buchmeyer of Dallas ruled the antisodomy law was illegal and issued an injunction forbidding Buchmeyer said citizens have a right to privacy and to be free of undue interference from the state in important and intimate personal he the law does discriminate against homosexuals because it does not prohibit sodomy between consenting adults of the opposite When Attorney General Mattox dropped the appeal on March Hill jumped in to carry on the contending the constitutional right to privacy does not extend to homosexual Hills plea was dismissed by the 5th circuits threejudge panel last It said he had no authority to carry on an The Texas attorney general was the proper party to appeal and his decision to drop the states appeal filed by his predecessor was made in the best interest of the the panel In his bid for Hills Bundren of said it was unrealistic for the panel to presume that Attorney General Mattoxs official decisions were always made with the good of the state at Bundren pointed out that Mattox is under felony indictment in Texas state criminal court for misprision of his office through commercial said while a in troduced in 1975 a bill to repeal the 100yearold sodomy It was The legal argument for rehearing was that the states decision to drop the appeal deprived all other members of the class of the right to due process of Never before in the history of this courts jurisdiction has a decision so clearly denied a party and class members due Bundren good site for colony COLLEGE STATION AP A Texas University scientist says the abundance of water on Mars makes the prospect of establishing a colony on the planet more than science The Mariner and Viking spacecrafts have provided detailed information on Mars and show it to be much more hospitable than the said Duwayne associate provost for research at and a longtime researcher for the National Aeronautics and Space Water can be used to supply fuel needs of a colony because it can be decomposed with electricity made from solar energy and converted into hydrogen and In this way sunlight can be used to manufacture a clean pollutantfree Anderson said Mars soil is volcanic like some of the most fertile soil on An derson said an atmosphere and shelter for agriculture could be created with construction of a dome or other suitable In the gravity on Mars is greater than that of the meaning life could be easier and more like that on Besides satellite scientists have gained knowledge about Mars by comparing its icy conditions with those of he Anderson is familiar with Earths southernmost continent from his days as chief scientist with the National Science Foundation division of polar where he served from 1976 to The martian terrain is similar to while rocky areas on the planet look like he We have had enough experience in the Antarctic on hard frozen ground to predict reliably the behavior of the ground on Mars and to learn how to build on he We have sufficient information now to plan for a safe colony Anderson that such a colony is too big an undertaking for just the federal But it isnt too big for a con sortium of industrial partners and the governments of several he Such a consortium could match the Soviet Economists predict national recovery WASHINGTON AP Despite record congressional economists today predicted con tinued economic recovery for the next two with unem ployment falling below 7 percent and inflation remaining under 5 Budget even of the size recently experienced and projected for the next several are unlikely to have a sudden destructive impact on the the Congressional Budget Office said in its annual economic report to the House and the report cautioned that if large deficits persist without congressional runaway debt would eventually stifle the The end result could be stagnating or perhaps even declining standards of deteriorating public or reduced defense the report Even though the damage may be initially difficult to it would become progressively more difficult to it Release of the report by the non partisan agency came as the Senate Budget Committee prepared for its second day of hearings on President Reagans record billon Rudolph the budget office was scheduled to testify both on the report and on the presidents In the absence of deficitcutting the federal deficit now hovering at just over billion will rise to billion by the report Reagans which recommends billion in domestic spending would reduce the deficit to billion by 1986 and administration officials claim further declining amounts each year The budget office forecasts generally favorable economic performance through It predicted that the unem ployment rate would drop from its percent level of last December to an average of percent through 1985 and to percent in Inflation was forecast at percent this up from percent last rising slightly to percent next Overall economic growth will average more than 3 percent over the next two although in terest rates will remain near their current high levels through the the forecast Terrorists bomb building Cyprus AP Two terrorists riding a motorcycle hurled grenades at a government building in Tehran killing one man and wounding two as Iran celebrated the anniversary of the Islamic Irans news agency The agency said police shot and killed one wounded the second and arrested a third The Islamic Republic News Agency 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