The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on September 22, 1978 · Page 13
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Byrd May Seek To Curb Use Of Senate Rules To Stall Legislation ffniUicstun ^rtus 13'A WASHINGTON Democratic loader Robert Byrd said Thursday he was "fed up" with the use ot Senate rules to stall legislation and threatened to seek curbs next J anuary. Byrd said he refuses "to give a "wholesale, carte blanche veto" to any senator and added, in an emotional arm-waving, desk-thumping speeech. "if Democrats don't like it they can relieve me of the leadership." Byrd's outburst came after assistant GOP leader Ted Stevens said that at least three Republicans would object to a time limitation on the foreign aid money bill. Byrd revealed that the Senate Democratic Policy Committee and committee chairmen had met Wednesday and • • o v e r- whelmingly'.' decided to seek final adjournment Oct. 14. But he said there are still about 25 "must" bills the Senate must act on and the Oct. 14 date cannot be met without lime agreements on the measures. "1 know why we are having trouble getting time agreements," Byrd said. "But. 1 won't 'say why because 1 still hope we can get time agreements. "But if we can't, everybody will know." Sen. Orrin Hatch, R- Utah, interrupted to complain that Byrd was heaping all the blame on the Republicans and said "the minority has done an awful lot of cooperating." Byrd cut him off in mid- sentence. He said that, as an example, Republicans were invoking the three-day rule — under which a bill cannot be taken up without unanimous consent until three days after it comes out of committee. Byrd said the three-day rule was being invoked oil "miserable, pitiful relief bills" and added, pointing at Hatch, "it comes from your side of the aisle. "It's not the minority leader and it's not the minority whip," Byrd added. "I know who they are." The Democratic leader — a master of the rules — said "it may be time to take a new look" at them. "I've become so fed up in this very Congress by the abuse of the rules to hamstring the Senate ... I'm ready to change the rules," Byrd said. "I'm not TtPEYAC CHARITY CLUB TEAM NO. 1 CARD PARTY SIPT.22,1978 - 7 P.M. SALINAS HALL 5027 0'/» ) Cord* for* 1.25 Will K SERVED PUBLIC IS CORD/AIL Y INVITED CANDIDATES: DIANE HEITMAN CHRISTINA LYNN COX STEAK DINNER Every Friday $ 3.50 with all the trimmings Start serving at 6 p.m. KNIGHTS of COLUMBUS HALL 1912 WINNIE QUINTERO RECREATION (ENTER Presents Tonite FROM 8:30'till K)0 LA MAFIA SPECIAL PRICE BEFORE 9:00 VAIUABIE COUPON UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT SHOREBREAKER RESTAURANT & FLYING PIZZA LARGE PIZZA MEDIUM & SMALL *1 °° OFF WITH COUPON 50 C OFF WITH COUPON COUPON EXPIRES SEPT. 30, '78 2902 Seawall Bldv. 763-2121 ready for a tyrrany of the minority." He lashed out at senators who put a "hold" on a bill because they are out of town and other who refuse time agreements because "they want everybody to how and scrape before them. To clear every bill, imagine that. "I'll never be a majority leader and go to every member and clear a bill, an amendment ... no wholesale, carter blanche veto is going to be given to any senator." Friday Morning, September 22, 1978 i j • ) j I *************** 12tfi STREET INN 1292 • 12ft) SI-« J*S-»»I "THE SW1KIK DOMS" FRI..V-12 t, SAT.. 9-1 "Bring Your Own ftotll*" HOW AERIAL VIEW OF GALVESTON ISLAND Panoramic view of (he island from 20lh floor. American National archives con- lain pictorial history of company and Golveston. Open daily 2 p.m. Close 4 p.m. Free. AMERICAN NATIONAL TOWER Downtown Galveston SPANISH GALLEON LOUNGE FLAGSHIP HOTIL STOP AND SEE THE COLONEL — SOMETHING NEW HAPPENING EVERY MINUTE & HAPM HOUft (tally 12 Noon - 7. DoubUt for th« prlc* FEATURING »OUNCf Mon.-Sa). Lai V«0a* lyp« show. LAMES NIOHT WED,. 1-10. fr%» Hl-lalli DANCt CONTESTS NIGHTLY. Fr*« drinks to winning couple*. GALVESTON. TEXAS WOT IDILfCC OPENS. 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So no mattar how long you can stay, we want to t» part ol yOuf day! sea-Aram a Marineworkt Super Sea Show by the Sea Shore Op«n Dilly. Yur round. K» • m. 'Ul dirt. Wnl 6MCK It SNWM Bhd I 9UI Cihraiton lilwd. Tl»t 775S3 11 ESTABLISHES A BEACHHEAD IN GALVESTON. WEEKDAYS flT5. Other newscasts coast along with shallow coverage of Bay Area news. Finally, Newscenter 11 has turned the tide. Our exclusive Galveston bureau delivers on- the-coast coverage and live mini-cam reports. Plus detailed forecasts and precise tracking of hurricane developments. Only one news show gives Galveston and the Bay Area what they deserve. Newscentef_1J. Take a look. Newscenteri The simple facts about running a classified ad in the News. If you've never run a classified ad in a newspaper, you might think it's a complicated process. Actually, it's not. In The Galveston Daily News, particularly, it's one of the simplest things you can do. Here's some basic information to assist you. How much does a classified ad in The Galveston Daily News cost? Much less than you probably think. You can actually run an ad in the News for as little as $3. That's because the News offers a low-cost classified rate for private individuals called PAL Ads. For only $3 you can run a three-line classified ad for three days. Or, for just $6 your ad can run for 10 days. With a PAL Ad you can sell any kind of merchandise — up to $150 on the $3 plan or $500 on the $6 plan (The price must appear in the ad). The cost of other classified ads varies, depending on the number of lines you use and the number of days your ad runs. When should I run my ad? There really is no best day of the week. For best results, we recommend that you schedule your ad to run for 10 days. As soon as you get results, you can withdraw your ad and be billed only for the days it ran. A 10-day order — with the right to cancel*— is the most economical procedure. How do I order an ad? By telephone. You don't have to come to the News office. Just call and give your ad message over the phone. The News' classified number is 744-3611. Out of town advertisers may call collect. How should I word my ad? No problem. On the phone, a classified representative will help you prepare an inexpensive, result-producing ad. How big an audience will I reach? By far the biggest audience in Galveston County. The News' circulation of more than 30,000 means that it is read in three out of five homes in Galveston County. There's just no other way to reach so many prospects for so little money. And, of course, the more people you reach, the better your chances are of making your sale. How do I pay for my ad? The News will bill you directly after your ad has run (for most classifications). *except for the low-cost PAL Ads. for savings. Advertise for results. Where classified ads get results. JL

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