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Illegal immigrants denied entry
INS U.S. Attorney's office plan for transport, will not prosecute
GRAND ISLAND (AP) —
Twenty-one illegal immigrants who
were stopped on Interstate 80 last week
will be sent back to their respective
countries, immigration officials said.
Three of the immigrants were from
Guatemala; the other 18 immigrants
were from Mexico.
Jerry Heinauef, district director of
AUBURN (AP) — The principal
and guidance counselor at Auburn
High School have resigned without any
Principal Jerry Beach resigned last
Monday, while guidance counselor
Craig Fredin quit on Tuesday. Both
resignations have been accepted by the
school board and will take effect at the
end of June.
The Nemaha County Herald has
reported that the resignations might
stem from controversial material in the
Fredin supervised the student pub
lication, which was released in Septem
ber. The school offered to refund
money to yearbook buyers who were
unhappy with its content, including a
picture that depicted Leonardo da
Vinci’s Last Supper with faces of staff
members superimposed on Jesus and
Beach had final authority on the
Superintendent Myron Ballain said
the school board made an agreement
not to talk about the resignations
Ballain said he could not speak either
Beach was hired in 1989 and Fredin
the Immigration and Naturalization
Service in Omaha, said Saturday none
of the individuals would be held for
The U.S. Attorney’s office in
Omaha declined to prosecute the indi
viduals because they did not have
criminal records and had not made pre
vious attempts to enter the country il
legally, ne said.
INS is arranging to use a military
aircraft service from El Paso, Texas,
to transport the immigrants home Man
day or Tuesday, Heinauer said.
The immigrants, ranging in age
from 17 to the 30s, were stopped about
five miles east of the Grand Island in
terchange by the Nebraska State Pa
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