The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on September 23, 1978 · Page 16
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8-B £i, r toiliu-sioH flaiiis Xrti.e Saturday Morning, September 23.1978 Bulletin Board SOME TWINS like to share the same experiences, or so you might think of this Fontana, Calif., pair. It's wasn't pleasant, though, when Ingo, left, and Coy Middlebrook, right, 10 years old, each broke an arm five days apart. It happened to •Coy the day before school started, when he fell off the living room couch while wrestling with a younger brother. Five days later, Ingo broke his arm by falling off a seven-foot high chain link fence. The boys are fifth graders at West Randall Elementary School. (UPI Telephoto). Reagan Says 1980 Bid Possible, GOP Would Unify Behind Tax Cut CHICAGO (UPI) Ronald Reagan said Friday there is a strong possibility '-"'.„ he will run for president in ;;";1980, and he believes the - -Republican Party will enter the campaign unified , behind a tax cut platform. Sounding more like a candidate all the time, . Reagan joked when a • reporter asked "when" he would announce for -.-^resident. ••••••*•• "You didn't even ask 'if I'm going to run," he said. • Then, turning serious, he "'. said, "There is a distinct --possibility I will be a r-'-candidate. •?*• it* "Maybe it would take something unforeseen to •---<raake me decide not to run. ::? But we'll talk about that '•» some time in 1979." £**•" The former California '» governor joined 50 GOP leaders on the final day of their 5,000-mile cross« ,, country "t ax blitz" pushing the bill. The team made appearances in Chicago before flying lo Oklahoma City and on to California for a windup rally featuring former President Gerald Ford. Reagan denied reports he is making a special effort to mend fences with Ford, his 1976 Republican rival. "I didn't know any bridges had to be built," Reagan said. "I campaigned for him in 23 states, did television commercials, sent out a nationwide mailing that raised $1 million. There is no problem of that kind in our party." Reagan said if he does run in 1980, one of his major campaign themes will be the Roth-Kemp 33 percent tax cut bill which the Republicans have adopted as party policy. Reagan said he was amazed when a recent poll showed a majority of those contacted believe the Democrats are more capable of cutting taxes than the Republicans. "This just goes so against history that you wonder how in the world, with all the communications we have today, a fairy tale of this kind can continue," he said. "Between 1900 and 1972 — a period of 73 years — the Republicans were in charge 37 years and the Democrats 36 years, so they had equal time to get things done. "The Republican Parly has reduced taxes 13 times and the Democrats reduced 'them only once. The Republicans raised taxes four times and the Democrats eight times." At the Chicago stop, Republican national chairman Bill Brock said despite small crowds and often skeptical taxpayers, the seven-city tax cut campaign was a success. He said the trip cost the parly about $150,000 and reaped millions in free advertising. "1 would say we couldn't touch the television alone for a million dollars, both in terms of time and quality," Brock said. "We were on the news shows in every city, which is the best time to communicate on a serious issue. "I haven't seen a crowd at a political event in six years. That's not the way to communicate any more. It's the media. That's how you communicate." Santa Fe EMS Directors To Meet The board of directors of the Santa Fe Emergency Medical Service will have a meeting today. For information directors are asked to call 925-2232. Shrimporee The Space Center Rotary Club will hold its annual Shrimporee and Benefit Auction today in Galveston County Park in League City. The auction will begin at 3 p.m. and food will be served from 2:30 to 7:30 p.m. Proceeds will benefit the Bay Area YMCA building fund and other community service projects. Al-Aaon The Galveston Isle Group of Al-Anon will meet at 8 p.m. today in the Crockett Place Methodist Church, 4921 Ave. R. San Leon FOE The San Leon Aerie 3407 of the Fraternal Order of Eagles will have a dance at 7 p.m. today in the lodge home. There is no admission charge and the public is welcome. Voter Registration The Community Coordinating Organization will hold a mass voter registration drive today and next weekend in the Fellowship Hall of Greater Bell Zion Baptist Church. Hours will be 9 to 11 a.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. The drive is planned for persons who have moved or lost their voter registration cards as well as for those who have never been registered. Resiterns The Resiterns will hold a family beach party for members and guests at 5 p.m. today in the Luau House on the Galveston beach. The charge is '$2 for adults and 50 cents for children three through 12 years. There is also a $1 parking fee. St. Michael's The Women of St. Michael's Episcopal Church of La Marque will hold their annual luncheon at noon today in the parish hall. The speaker will be Mrs. .John C. Donovan, wife of ; the rector of Trinity Eps i c o p a 1 Church Ln ; Galveston, who will speak on her family's stay in San Miguel, Mexico. Tickets are $2.50 and may be ordered from the church office at 935-3559 or from Mrs. G. T. Austin Jr. at 9353542. SMAC The Senior Mexican American Club will sell barbecue dinners from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. today at 4927 Ave.Q. The dinners will include half a chicken, beans, rice and potato salad. The charge is $2.50. Orders may be placed by calling 7444152, and delivery is available. About Town The Men About Town Social and Charity Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at 4501% Broadway. Plans will be made for a trip to Alexandria, La., according to Kermitt Robbins, president. Channel Jumpers The Rooster Channel Jumpers will have a cocktail party at 8 p.m. Sunday in the Magnificent Men's Club Desire in Texas City. Aggie Moms The Texas A&M Mothers' Club, Mainland Chapter, is sponsoring a dance at 9 p.m. today in the Nessler Civic Center. The popular Dukes of Aggie Land Band will provide the music and the community is welcome. For ticket information one may call Mrs. Andrew Giamfortone at 935-9497, Mrs. George Beach at 9353021 or Mrs. E. H. Harclerode at 337-1155. Moody House The Moody House Birthday Parly for residents with September birthdays will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday in the ballroom. Lenora Dorian Jones will entertain. Gamma Alpha Texas Gamma Alpha Chapter of Phi Sigma Alpha will celebrate Founders' Day with a tea at 3:30 p.m. Sunday in the home of Gene Jordan, Serving on the program will be Jewel Robinson, Betty Porter, Edith Canant, Dot Wall, Lenner Manning, Una Mae Williams and Margaret Chambers. There will be a report on the Gulf Coast assembly luncheon and plans will be made for the convention to be held Oct. 13, 14 and 15 in Fort Worth. Bowling The Galveston Women's Bowling Association will have a meeting at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Seaview Restaurant, 25th Street and Seawall Boulevard. Awards for the season will be given and rules voted upon for the city tournament. Tepeyac Party Team Two of the Tepeyac Charity Club will hold a card party at 2 p.m. Sunday in the LULAC Hall at 72nd Street and Heard's Lane. Prizes will include appliances, Mexican decorative items, cakes and plants. Proceeds will State Will Buy GCWD Bonds For Below 5.65% The Galveston County Water District received word recently that the Texas Water Development Board in Austin will purchase $130,000 in bonds from the district at an interest rate of under 5.65 percent. This will be a considerable savings in interest to the district, ac- >cordlng=, to Rod Rehm, president. r.-J.^ckv Mitchell Sr., member of the board of directors, met recently with the Water Development Board in Austin. He was accompanied by John Fosdick of Greer Moreland Fosdick Shephard Inc., financial advisors of Houston, and James McWhorter of Charles R. Haile and Associates, engineers of Texas City. The bonds will mature from 1980 through 19%. Money will be used to construct a water line to tie the district into the city of Galveston surface water supply for residents of Alta Loma. Serving with Rod Rehm and Jack Mitchell Sr. on the board of directors of WCID No. 8 are R.E. Hagerman Jr., C.J. Marabella and A.W. Carpenter. benefit the candidacy of Laura Leticia Gonzales and Ranette Lynn Gonzales in the queen contest. Free transportation may be arranged by calling 7440026. Hub of Mainland The Hub of the Mainland Chapter of the American Business Women's Association will hold its Kick-Off Tea from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday in the home of Jane Sutton, 1031 Cedar Drive, La Marque. The tea is an enrollment event to interest area business women in ABWA. Membership is by invitation, and interested women are asked to contact Hattie Woodard, chapter president, at 945-6391 or 9388261. CDA Dinner The Catholic Daughters of America, Court Queen of the Universe No. 1793, will have a Smorgasbord Dinner from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the parish hall of the Shrine of the True Cross Catholic Church in Dickinson. The event is open to the public. The charge is S3.50 for adults and $1.50 for small dishes. Proceeds will go to various charitable projects. St. Peter's St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church of Galveston will hold its annual bazaar from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday in the church's new air conditioned community center. The public will be welcome. A barbecue dinner will be served at a charge of $2.75 for adults and $1.75 for children. Mother-Daughter The Madonna Court No. 20 of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Knights of St. Peter Claver will hold its Mother- Daughter Breakfast in Holiday Inn Sunday after the 7 a.m. mass at Holy Rosary Catholic Church. The speaker will be Dr. Norma Barratt, chairman of the biological sciences department at Galveston College. Tickets are $4.50 and may be ordered from Lucille Francis at 763-4758, Marion Taylor at 762-3878 or Dorothy Lee at 762-3814. "*•• I J« MM ^avl w>| SELECTED GROUPS OF MEN'S FASHIONS LIMITED QUANTITIES REDUCED FOR THIS SPECIAL EVENT MEN'S SUITS Vested and unvested models: reprlced and regrouped for this special eventl NOT ALL STYLES IN EVERY SIZE were 135.00 to 215.00 67.501.107.50 OTHER SUITS: were 155.00 to 185.00 118.00 to 138.00 SWEDISH KNIT VESTED SUITS Vested, of course, and very special! Black, navy or- brown. A great value! were 195.00 148.00 MEN'S SLACKS Fine dress slacks at great reductions. We're famous^ for having the largest selection in town, were 29.95 to 37.50 15.00 ..27.90 MEN'S SPORT COATS Spectacular savings! Large selection! NOT ALL STYLES IN EVERY SIZE, were 115.00 to 185.00 49.00 .o 92.50 No charge for alterations on men's clothing at Walter Pye's. come early for best selection MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Long and short sleeve styles in a wide assortment of'colors and patterns in S-M-L-XL sizes. were 20.00 to 35.00 4.99 >. 12.99 MEN'S FASHION JEANS NOT your basic blue jeans! A great assortment In khaki, white, washed denim blue and indigo. were 22.5G 9.99 MEN'S KNIT SHIRTS Long sleeve and short sleeve knits in great colors and styles. S-AA-L-XL Were 20.00 to 27.50 12.99 MEN'S SHOES DRESS AND CASUAL STYLES were 42.00 to 69.00 19.88 ,.34.88 A large selection of dress shoes and casual shoes with traditional and fashion height heels in many colors. All in fine leathers, but not every style and color in every size. Come early for best selection! Slightly higher for sizes over 12. SELECT FROM MANY FAMOUS NAMES: VOLARE BRASS BOOT HARBOR NUNN BUSH DEXTER and others SHIRT SUITS/CASUAL SUITS Lightweight short sJeeve styles, and Jong sleeve denims in perfect fall weights. UNBELIEVABLE! were 45.00 to 125.00 19.00 MEN'S SWEATERS Long sleeve assorted styles in many colors, Sizes S-M-L-XL. were 16.50 to 30.00 9.99 SHOP DOWNTOWN WHERE EVERYTHING IS! GAL VESTON/corner postoffice an$ 22nd

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