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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Rifts bog budget New Braunf els June 3 WASHINGTON AP Two days into House and Senate bargainers on the 1986 budget are bogged down over relatively minor differences and conference com mittee chairman Pete Domenici says it could spell big trouble ahead for producing a I wouldnt be surprised if we got to an said the New Mexico But were not there just Despite some early progress on in a full day of bargaining on Wednesday the HouseSenate panel could agree on On Wednesday conferees refused to go along with the Senate proposal for million in fees on government backed mortgages and loans over the next three a fee supporters said would amount to about a month on the average home Senate negotiators refused to back away from the fee leaving the issue bargainers rejected the Senates 10 percent reduction in funds for Congress and congressional agencies like the Library of Congress and the Congressional Budget conferees turned down a PETE DOMENICI House proposal to reduce filling the nations Strategic Petroluem Reserve in Louisiana and Texas from the current barrels a day to standing by a three year moratorium on pumping any oil into the An effort to com promise and reduce the rate to a day was also I dont know how were going to get a real Domenici told reporters after the unproductive day of Im getting a little more He said efforts to reach agreement on fundamental differences between the budgets passed by the two houses would be very difficult in view of the inability to agree on less controversial issues that dont affect defense or Although both chambers have passed packages cutting spending next year by the Senate version would cancel next years costofliving increase of Social Security recipients and eliminate 13 federal programs while allowing defense spending to rise with the rate of The House budget protects the Social Security kills only one program revenue sharing and freezes Pentagon spending authority at 1985 Also on President Reagan brushed aside suggestions from some members of Congress that a tax increase might be needed to help pare soaring The fact that Im smiling reveals that I think its a Reagan told He was also overheard saying that a tax increase would be passed over my dead Domenici also said he opposed tax except as a last youve hit rock bottom on spending cuts a point he said the conference committee was far from Camerena witness gives details MEXICO CITY AP Three reputed drug barons ordered the killing of special agent Enrique Camarena Salazar after he disclosed American officials considered them dangerous narcotics according to a statement provided by an Francisco spokesman for the Attorney Generals confirmed on Wednesday details provided by the Francisco Javier Tejeda who has been charged with murder in the told authorities that the reputed drug traffickers Rafael Caro Miguel Felix Gallardo and Ernesto Fonseca made the unanimous decision to order Camarenas death on according to the The three are considered among the top four kingpins of the illegal drug trade in an agent for the Drug Enforcement was abducted on 7 in a center of the illegal drug trade in His badly beaten body was along with that of a Mexican pilot who worked with on March After his his face covered and his hands was taken to a house owned by Caro Quintero in Guadalajara where he was beaten by three of Felix Gallardos according to He was in said Francisco The witness account states that Ernesto Fonseca and another Samuel Ramirez entered the room where Camarena was being held and Ramirez asked how the DEA considered the Camarena responded that they were classified as dangerous drug traffickers in DEA said Francisco Caro Felix Gallardo and Ernesto Fonseca then allegedly decided to order Camarenas according to the I think that was the motive for the the Attorney Generals Office spokesman Tejeda told authorities that Felix Gallardos associates used material from a pillowcase and adhesive tape to cover Camarenas nose and I believe that in about three minutes Camarena died of Tejeda said in his statement to Camarena was then put in the trunk of a car where Julio identified as one of Felix Gallardos struck him on the head with a tire Tejeda Just in time for Fathers Dayi SADDLEMAN WESTERN WEAR Levis11 Dress Working hard never looked so In the old dressing up sometimes meant shaking the dust off the same pair of Levis leans you rode the plains in Sometimes it still Even when youre riding the plains in a Levis Dress Jeans work hard to keep you looking You can count on Levis boot cut styling and And woven polyester means easy care comfort and Because it shouldn t cost a days pay to look your tevis WESTERNWEAR QUALITY NEVER GOES OUT OF STYLE In Brown Navy Beige Grey Black JMBBMBBk Weinberger wants spies shot Defense says no proof documents delivered AP Defense strategy for Arthur who is accused of may rest on whether the government can prove that the documents he allegedly passed to his brother were ever delivered to the Soviet his lawyers Magistrate Gilbert Swtnk on Wednesday refused bond to Walker after an FBI agent testified the former Navy lieutenant commander took a job with a defense contractor after his brother suggested he could use the position to steal and sell classified Swink said he found overwhelming evidence to refer the charge against Walker to a federal grand Walkers attorneys said he would plead innocent at an arraignment next of Virginia is one of four men charged in an alleged spy ring that may have operated for 20 The ringleader allegedly was his John Walker a retired Navy communications expert from John Walkers Michael and former Navy associate Jerry of also have been FBI Special Agent Beverly Andress testified at Wed nesdays hearing that Arthur Walker told FBI agents that in January John Walker said he had friends who were interested in buying classified documents and he suggested Arthur get a job where he could obtain A month Arthur answering an ad vertisement in a took a job as an engineer at VSE a Chesapeake defense contractor providing planning and technical services to the Andress Walker told the FBI that in April 1982 he received in exchange for giving his brother a a classified document dealing with ship damage and repairs in the Navy from 1976 to the FBI agent Walker said he and his brother photographed most of the report before returning it to VSEs according to who said the original documents have since been Samuel one of Arthur Walkers court appointed said there was no proof of the documents content or that it had ever been passed to the Carl a former personnel manager for said that based on the material to which Arthur Walker had he probably would have been a pretty low level player in any spy Walker held a secret clearance at The CASREP documents he allegedly gave John Walker carried a slightly lower confidential Andress Arthur Walker retired from the Navy in His last assignment was as an instructor in antisubmarine warfare for the Atlantic Fleet Tactical School from 1968 to Other developments Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger said he supports the death penalty for con victed spies and that those accused of passing Navy secrets to the if should be though I suppose hanging is the preferred Weinberger also said the Pentagon now is studying proposed revisions to the Uniform Code of Military Justice and federal law to make future acts of peacetime espionage punishable by Washington in todays said the Army has set up a team to assess the damage the alleged spy ring may have caused to its The Post quoted sources as saying the Air Force and Marine Corps use equipment similar to devices the Navy believes were compromised to allow the Soviets to read its topsecret GRADS at Landmark Square 173 Seguin New Braunfels 6253325 Wildflower 1419 Plaza del Key Seguin 3797178 Sel things you dont want with a clashed ad You get cash 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