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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels Herald Zeitung February 8A Pik New Braunf els Herald Zeitung Thufi Reagan mum on extending import quotas f President Reagan silent on whether he trill ask Japan to renew its voluntary limits to tte Uttlted ar6 out as after they March The president may be asked about the issue tonight When he holds a nationally broadcast news Reporters questioned Reagan on Wednesday about the quotas during a White House photo session with British Prime Minister Margaret but he would say No decision to be announced on that Trade Representative William who favors an end to the told a congressional panel earlier in the day that lifting the quotas likely would mean an additional Japanese cars would be exported to the United States each Brock saidthe quotas have penalized American car citing some estimates that consumers have been paying an extra thousand dollars a year per But he acknowledged that ending the quotas may hurt the automobile Sources who spoke on condition they not be quoted by name said Reagans Cabinet council on commerce and trade agreed unanimously Tuesday that Japan should not be asked to renew the restrictions on its automobile The fourth year of the quotas expires March Under the Japanese exports to the United States were limited to million cars last Although the administration and the Japanese refer to the current quotas as voluntary on Japana the umits were put in place to 1981 following pressure from the Reagan administration and Congress over the rising flow of Japanese In a report certain to bolster administration arguments f ending the the Federal Trade Commission said Wednesday that the curbs on Japanese auto imports since 1981 have cost American consumers billion a year around per car while doing little to protect The agencys economists also argued for lifting the restraints as well as quotas on textiles and Sprinkel set to reign over Presidents economic panel WASHINGTON AP President Reagan is set to nominate Treasury Undersecretary Beryl Sprinkel as head of his Council of Economic sources said Sprinkel would succeed Martin who resigned last July to return to teaching at Harvard The outspoken former chairman often raised the ire of administration officials with his persistent warnings about the negative effects of federal budget which have reached record levels during the Reagan Since Feldstein William the only remaining member of the threeperson has been acting as but without the William another council had returned to Brown University earlier this Niskanen had said previously that he would leave if he was not appointed who spoke on condition they not be quoted by said the announcement of Sprinkels ap pointment likely would be made later While at the Treasury Sprinkel often has criticized the Federal Reserve Board for not keeping the growth of the money supply within the boards He believes that the economy is strongly affected by changes in the money Such views are at odds with socalled supplyside who place far less emphasis on the money In the president apparently decided to retain the council following a recommendation from senior aides not to scrap the A pair of reports by the FTCs bureaus of and Consumer Protection and differed vastly with union and industry claims about the need for the For the FTCs economist said dropping the auto curbs would cost only about of the more than jobs in the auto Big labor has contended that jobs are at automakers made billion to profits last Chrysler and Ford both have threatened to move more of their operations overseas if they cant have protections against Japanese General which has import arrangements with Japanese favors ending the To err is but to lust WASHINGTON AP The Supreme Court is studying whether states may seek to ban pornography by defining obscenity as anything that incites lasciviousness or The court was scheduled to hear arguments today about a Washington state law declared unconstitutional by a federal appeals In the Washington Legislature passed a moral nuisance law aimed at cracking down on the sale and display of obscene The law defined obscenity in a broader fashion than the standard adopted by the Supreme Court in The court ruled then that for material to be obscene it must when taken as a whole appeal to prurient in which the court defined as a morbid or depraved interest in nudity or the court the material is protected by the Constitutions First Amendment guarantee of free Missing Americans left no clue Mexico AP On a quiet Sunday two American couples went into an af fluent neighborhood selling Bibles and were never seen Nearly 2 months there still is no clue to their whereabouts or The two Dennis and Rose and Benjamin and Patricia of were in the neigh borhood on 2 when they were taken captive and put into two separate Consulate officials say there has been an exhaustive investigation by Mexican but so far there has been no clue as to what happened to the There has been no ransom note and telephone contact from the ab all but eliminating kid nappingformoney as a officials Local newspaper have speculated the couples disap pearance was related to their religious According to police and Foreign Ministry the two couples had been selling Bibles in the Chapalita neighborhood when several cars drove Witnesses said six or seven men forcibly escorted the four into the They said there was no violence and no indication anyone was The ministry also said the sup posed captors were about 5 10 inches more than 60 years old and AngloSaxon in It said they conversed in English with the two couples before putting them in two Both couples reportedly were in their 20s or 30s and the Mascarenas couple had lived for more than a year in a city of 3 million the nations third 322 miles northwest of Mexico They are among seven missing Americans in this including Enrique Camarena a Drug Enforcement Ad ministration agent abducted 7 by four gunmen within sight of the The missing Americans prompted the Embassy to announce last week in Mexico City that the State Department is considering advising Americans traveling in the Guadalajara area to exercise caution because of recent crimes against Mexican maintain the incidents have involved only a small number of the hundreds of thousands of Americans who cross the border to visit Mexico each year and the country remains a safe place to The embassy said a travelers advisory informs travelers to use caution when visiting particular In it often results in Americans deciding to avoid the area thereby cutting into the tourist SPARETJME Inytot it Visit your PUBLIC Commodore VIC Atari 400 and Magnavox Mattel Intelle vision Coleco Adam TI legitimate librarian groups and the American Civil Liberties Union challenged the laws A federal judge ruled against But the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down the ruling it was too broad and could be used to suppress 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