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Robin Ann Walker, of the Dallas suburb of Irving, said she began telephoning officials at 8 p.m. Wednesday about the fate of Lance Cpl. Daniel B. Walker, 20. She did not find out until early Thursday that her son. from the East Texas town of Whitehouse. was killed. “I knew because I’m his mother.” she said of her son’s death. "But I really, I don't believe it quite yet.” Walker died Wednesday in the first sustained ground battle of Operation Desert Storm, becoming the first reported battle casualty from Texas. "He was a gunner in a light armored vehicle. They’re frau line people. Marines always go in first. I knew it. And he would be the one,” Ms. Walker said. “It stands to reason because of the way his life has always been. Looking hack, I can say that.” Ms. Walker tentacled the soldier’s father. Bruce Nolan Walker, after Marine officials and a chaplain visited her home early Thursday. The Walkers arc divorced. **Daniel was proud to be a Marine,” said his father. "He and I both feel like Saddam Hussein is a madman. I think (my son) died bravely and proudly.” The elder Walker said military officials came by his house in Whitehouse early Thursday to give him the news, but he was at work A recent photo taken by the soldier with a camera his father gave him shows his light armored vehicle. “He was prepared. He was a Marine.” said Ms. Walker. "He was excited about it; he was proud, proud to be there, proud to be a Marine, proud to serve his country. And I'm proud of him for thai ’ ’ Asked what she thought about her son going to the Mideast, she said. “Well, it scared mc to death I’m his mother. CX course. I was scared. I was scared every day. I carried it with me every day. I guess I still will.” Jcirr Holley, a friend in Walker s hometown, said he hat! been wearing a bracelet with Walker s name as a memento uiflil the Marine came home “He was just a dear friend.” Holley said "He was always there when I needed him.” Another Texan, 22-year-old Marine Ron Tull, suffered bums in the fighting Wednesday. His mother. Ginger Tull, said she was wailing to learn where her son will be taken for medical treatment “I feel very sorry for his friends that he possibly saw killed and their families,” she said "And immediately, that’s where our thoughts went because we knew we could have been in that same situation ” W alker joined the Marines rn 1^89 as a crewman in a light armored vehi cle and was stationed at Camp Pendleton, Calif., said Marine SutfT Sgt Jesse Lovell in Tyler O.P and Beatrice Schuyler of l^ikc Tropicana. Fla., Walker s grandparents, described their grandson as a musician, a singer and an artist. "You just don’t think that with all of those boys over there and then you hear 11 are killed thai one of them is yours,” said his grandmother The military said ail ll Marines killed in ground battles near Khafji. Saudi Arabia, were based at Camp Pendleton Marine Lance Cpl. Arthur O Gar /a, 20. of Kingsville, dtcdfciasi weekend in a collision of two. vehicles in Saudi Arabia Two Marines were killed and seven others injured in the accident Garza‘s body was scheduled; to arrive at Corpus Christi International Airport with a Marine escort Friday morning.    \ Beaded bracelet cue to pray for soldiers SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Prayer hands being worn by thousands of Texans as a sign of support of U S. troops in the Middle East were the idea of a minister who said God gave him the idea. Curtis Hanford said he became intrigued sa bile watching a television interview with a girl wearing a prisoner of war bracelet. Hanford, pastor of Valley Hi First Rapnst Church, said he wanted a bracelet with which to remember soldiers fighting in Operation Desert Storm He had received a prayer bracelet las! week while attending the Texas Baptist Evangelism Conference in Fori Worth. Some Texas churches have been using the bracelets in their efforts to spread the faith Church officials said different colored beads on the band represent steps in the plan of salvation, with red symbolizing the blood of Christ and white representing forgo encss Hanford said he was looking at one bracelet ai his church when the notion came to use the bands for remembering soldiers in the Persian Gulf. "ll was like the Lord tapped mc on tire shoulder and said, 'You’re wearing it on your wrist.’ Then the Lord shaded what the beads stood for," he told tile San Antonio Exprcss-Ncws. Hanford said the colors’ significance was revealed lo him during a prayer meeting Jan 23 He suggested that pins of the bracelets can remind people of different prayers. Tile* bead colors include red for tin: wounded; green for young, inexperienced soldiers; blue. for the depressed and lonely; ami black, for those in spiritual darkness on both sides of tile conflict. The pastor said a knot on the bracelet could be used to remember POWs, while a clear bead was "for our leaders, to think clearly in this crisis.” He said the band can be made by anyone for Jess than 40 cents from a 16-ineh piece of 18-inch thick leather and seven 6mm plastic beads, available at craft shops Hanford said the project has caught the attention of television evangelist Pat Robertson, host for the "700 Club” program on the Christian Broadcasting Network. Main Street stein Arnee Read. director of the Texas Mam Street Project, accepts a Wurstfest stem from W Robert Smith to commemorate her visit to New Braunfels for a recent Million Dollar Party About 65 people garnered at Wolfgang s Keller to celebrate the private reinvestment of $1 million in downtown New Braunfels (F>hoto by Dave Krarner) Lieutenant governor predicting tax hike AUSTIN (AP'i —Texans arc likely to face a "rather large" tax increase to pay for state services over the next two years. Ll. Gov. Bob Bullock said. Gov. Ann Richards refused to speculate on the matter Thursday, and House Speaker Gib Lewis called the discussion premature. ”1 don’t see any way around it ... The possibility of not having a tax bill is very. very remote if Texas is going to move ahead in the future,” Bullock said. Asked if the state can get by without a tax increase. Richards said. "I have no idea. and I’m not going to pre-guess it.” Bullock's prediction came despite a bill passed by the Legislature and signed by Richards Thursday to carve $139.3 million from sate spending and to audit sate agencies to see if more money can be saved. It was the first bill passed this ses sion. and the first signed by the new governor. The sate faces a projected budget shortfall of $4.6 billion through fiscal year 1993 There is an estimated deficit this fiscal year of about S265 million, mostly in welfare services, that the budget-cutting bill will help cover. The rest of the immediate deficit could be made up through funds expected to be left in state coffers when the current fiscal year ends Aug. 31. lawmakers said. The bill includes about a I percent budget cut for state agencies, with some exceptions, and the transfer of unspent funds from several accounts Richards said the bill should assure •Texans that "we have done everyi thing that we know to do to make sur{ that the taxpayers are gelling Lhcir money ’s worth " INS reports increase in illegal immigration Market gives up gains NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market turned downward today, giving up some of its strong recent gains. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials dropped 20.80 to 2.715.59 by 11 a.m. on Wall Street. Losers slightly outnumbered gainers in nationwide trading of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, with 568 up. 601 down and 474 unchanged. Volume on the Big Board came to 78 88 million shares at midmorning. Analysts said traders seemed intent on cashing in some of their gains from the market’s strong rally since early last month. The selling followed initial indications that the economy continued to weaken in January. The Labor Department reported this morning that nonfarm payroll employment declined by 232,(KW last month. Within an hour after that news was out, the Federal Reserve lowered the discount rate, the charge it MCU on loans to private financial institutions, from 6.5 percent to 6 percent. Shortly thereafter, a couple of large banks in New York and Chicago cut their prime lending rates from 9.5 percent to 9 percent. Navistar climbed 'A to VA . On Thursday the company said it planned to eliminate 525 white-collar jobs in a stepped-up effort to cut costs. The NYSE's composite index of all its listed common stocks dropped 1.15 to 186.44. At the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was off .06 at 317.46. WASHINGTON (AP) — Widespread use of fraudulent documents which allow undocumented workers to find work is driving a surge in illegal immigration after three straight years of decline, officials say. "It’s an issue today; it will be a crisis tomorrow if we don't address it,” says Rep. Lamar Smith, R-San Antonio. ” Hie word is going back that if you can obtain, at a minimum cost, a driver's license and fraudulent Social Security card, that's all you need to meet the burden of proof lo work in the United States,” said Duke Austin, a spokesman for the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Under the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA), employers face civil and criminal sanctions for hiring undocumented workers. But un employer is not required to validate an employee's documents. making it possible for illegal aliens to get work with a fraudulent Social Security card and a driver’s license obtained with that Social Security card. Austin said. Austin said blackmail Social Security cards can be bought for $25 to $40. "lf it looks valid, an employer has met his burden.” Austin said. "Tile word is out that document fraud is the key to gelling a job in America ... massive quantities of fraudulent documents arc undermining the effectiveness of sanctions,” said Dan Stein, executive director of the Federation for American Immigration Reform. Smith, a member of the House immigration subcommittee, said estimates indicate that as many as half the illegal aliens in the United Sates arc using fraudulent documcnu. "To stop this flouting of the law we need a tamper-proof card of some sort — not a national ID card — but simply making the documcnu in use tamper-proof.” Smith said Thursday. According to INS figures, apprehensions of people trying to cross the Southern border illegally rose from 854.128 in the fiscal year that ended Sept 30, 1989, to over I million for the fiscal year that ended this past Sept. 30. Apprehensions arc considered the besa measure of illegal immigration Richardson Chiropractic Clinic rn 629-4488 Walnut at Hwy. 81 Mott Insurance Accepted This is it! 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