The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on September 26, 1978 · Page 7
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The Way It Was ONE OF THE units in the parade for the 1952 Texas Elks convention in Galveston featured models wearing Jantzen swim suits furnished by the Dallas firm, Mrs. Guy Fuentes, who provided the photo, didn't recall the names of the two men, but at right on the seat is Mrs. Fred Green, whose husband provided the horses and wagon. Seen between Mrs. Green and the driver is Mrs. Robert Peterson, and the three models at right are, from left, Mrs. Charles Ervin, Mrs. Ilene Levin and Mrs Fuentes. Emerges With Winners On Another Tuesday Morning, September 26,2678 & ]f ft«,ii u .6i«,, Daily 2frfoe 7-A Brooks On Losing Side On 2 Defeated Bills WASHINGTON, D.C.- U.S. Rep. Jack Brooks found himself on the losing side of two bills which did not make it through Congress last week, but he came out with the winners on one bill regulating aircraft noise. The two Texas senators voted for a bill which would limit the salaries of executives of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPS), National Public Radio and the Public Broadcasting Service. The bill was defeated by a vote of 33 to 48. Sen. Lloyd Bensten voted with the winners against a bill which would have brought more frequent congressional review of CPS budget requests. Sen. John Tower did not vote. Brooks voted for an amendment which would have removed the limit on House members' outside income, scheduled to take effect in January. It was attached to a bill establishing a federal (Bnlfirstoii CONTACT 744-0222 Questions or comments must relate to local area Issues, situations or conditions. Please follow the simple Instructions you will hear when you call CONTACT at 744-O222. I'd like to know if its true that the average salary of a front end man in the city of Galveston is $80,000 a year. Thank you. That's their business- ask one of them. How can I write to Mohamed Ali? N. C. of La Marque. Write to Mohamed Ali, CO Top Rank Boxing Promotions, 450 Park Avenue, New York, N 7 . Y., 10022. I recently bought two new tires for my trailer. 1 drove it for one day and they both blew out because they were too wide of a tire. They were put on by a local tire dealership and they refused to fix them free of charge. Who should I go see? Should I go see the district attorney, the BBB or call one of the news stations in Houston? You should call the Better Business Bureau. Just dial Carter Urged To Cut Hearst Term WASHINGTON (UPI) Two members of Congress from California Monday initiated an appeal for President Carter to commute Patricia Hearst's seven-year sentence for bank robbery to time already served. Sen. S.I. Hayakawa, R.- Calif., and Rep. Leo J. Ryan, D-Calif., presented a formal petition to Justice Department pardon attorney John Stanish, along with supporting documents and a letter from the newspaper heiress' attorney, George Martinez. Stanish said it may take him 45 to 60 days, or even "many, many months," to review voluminous records in the case and recommend whether the petition should be submitted to the president. Miss Hearst, 24, was convicted of joining members of the Sym- bionese Liberation Army — the terrorist group that kidnapped her in February 1974 — in the 1975 armed robbery of a branch of the Hibernia Bank in San Francisco. She was sent to prison April 12, 1976, released under appeal bond the following Nov. 19, then returned to custody last May 15, after exhausting her final appeal at the Supreme Court. She is confined to a federal corrections institution in California, and will be eligible for parole next July. Without parole or a presidential commutation, but with credit for good behavior, she would have to serve until May8,1982. Martinez, in his 39-page letter urging clemency for his client, said "there has, in substance, been a miscarriage of justice" due to misinterpretation of "bizarre facts and circumstances" confronting Miss Hearst after her )b- duction. "Responsibility for the butal kidnapping and heinous torture of Patricia, then a 19-year-old school girl, must in all logic be shared by the same government that now continues her imprisonment," Martinez said. "The continued incarceration of Patricia Hearst simply emphasizes the failure of our system of L justice to protect one of its citizens." Stanish said he will take the lawyer's arguments under consideration. the operator and ask for Enterprise No. 70445. That is their toll free number. I am 14 years old and I want to babysit. My neighbors all have kids and they would like me to babysit for them. What I want to know is if one of the kids accidentally got hurt, would I or my parents be responsible for the accident? You need to consult with your attorney. I bought a canal lot in Sea Isle and there is a big sand bar in the canal in front of my lot. I would like to know why I have been denied Corps of Engineers permission to use a back hoe or even a shovel to remove this sandbar, and yet they have given George Mitchell a permit to dig canals for a whole new subdivision. — W.B. Sorry, but we really don't have an answer for you, W. B. We are reminded of a bible verse which says "the Lord works in mysterious ways his wonders to perform" and that apparently applies to the Corps oi Engineers. Incidentally, that subdivision permit is the subject of a lawsuit against the Corps of Engineers, which has been reported in The News. You might watch for future developments. How can I get a city map of Dickinson? Thank you. You can get one at most of the banks in Dickinson or by going by the Dickinson Chamber of Commerce at 200 Pine Drive. Daily interest. We compound interest on interest every day . . . from day ol deposit to day of withdrawal. And we also offer easy access to your funds if you should ever nRBr! thpm in nn Rmprnonry Look how regular deposits can add up at "The Growing Place" to make you richer. REGULAR DEPOSITS OF 2 YEARS you SAVE S25 MONTHLY 600 550 MONTHLY 1,200 $100 MONTHL\ 2,400 WE ADD TOTAL 34 ~634 68 5 YEARS YOU SAVE WE ADD TOTAL 10 YEARS YOU SAVE WE ADD TOTAL 1.500 219 f,719 3,000 954 3,954 1,268 136 2,536 3.000 438 3^438 6.000 1,908 7,908 6.000 876 6.876 12,000 3.816 15,816 Pick your savings goal and gel started toward it. Open your account today ... or tomorrow sure. Waking up each morning a little richer than when you went to bed the night before . .. that's the life! When can we expect you at "The Growing Place"? Gotveston ANOIOAN ASSOCIATION OPEN 9:00 A.M. til 5:30 P.M. 45th & Seawall 762-2525 ethics code, which wiJi be voted on this week. Under the bill, a House member cannot earn in supplemental income more than 15 percent of his congressional pay, or $8,625. That limit includes a salary, fee or honorarium, but does not include interest, stock and bond dividends and income from a family business to which the member devotes little time. Seven Texas representatives voted for the amendment, 14 voted against it and three did not vote. The Beaumont congressmen also voted for an amendment to allow unrestricted contact between former high-ranking executive branch officials and the government agency for which they formerly worked. The amendment sought to kill part of the new ethics bill prohibiting "revolving door" contacts for one year after the official has left his federal job. The bill was defeated by a vote of 112 to 259, with Brooks one of 13 voting for it. Six others voted against it, while five Texas congressmen did not vote. 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