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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 35

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THE BAYTOWN SUN April «7, Office asks for probe of lobbying firm WASHINGTON (AP) - The Justice Department should look j" l ° allegations that former White House aide Michael K Deaver violated conflict-of- interest laws In his lobbying business, the Office of Government Ethics says. David H. Martin, head of the division, said he has reviewed some of Deaver's conduct and sent Attorney General Edwin Meese a letter Friday asking him to consider recommending a special prosecutor in the case. "All my letter does is bring to his attention certain facts which he should look at to determine whether an independent counsel should be appointed," Martin said. Martin's office is a branch of the Office of Personnel Management. At issue is whether Deaver, the deputy White House chief of staff until his resignation last May, broke any laws in representing foreign and domestic clients after he left office. Deaver's clients include the governments of Canada, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea and Puerto Rico, as well as Philip Morris Inc., Rockwell International and CBS. Under law, former top government officials are prohibited for two years from lobbying on issues that fell under their jurisdiction during their final year in office. They cannot lobby former associates for a year. John Russell, a Justice Department spokesman, said Meese would consider the Martin letter before triggering steps that could lead to a special prosecutor's investigation of Deaver, a close friend of Meese and President Reagan. Before Meese makes any decision on the special prosecutor, the FBI would conduct a 90-day preliminary investigation. The ultimate decision on the prosecutor rests with a three-judge panel. Asked if Meese would disqualify himself from the case because of his ties to Deaver, Russell said, "It's too early to say." Despite a mounting chorus of criticism of Deaver's lobbying activities, Reagan has staunchly defended his former assistant, with whom he has a personal' relationship stemming from their pre-Washington years'. "I think the whole thing is ridiculous," Reagan told reporters when asked about the need for a special prosecutor. The president made his comments in Los Angeles where he stopped on the way to the Tokyo economic summit. On Thursday, five Democratic senators wrote Meese, saying Deaver's lobbying raised enough questions to warrant a special prosecutor's attention. The letter was signed by Senate Minority Leader Robert Byrd of West Virginia, and Sens. Joseph Biden, Delaware; Paul Simon, Illinois; Howard Metzen- baum, Ohio; and Patrick Leahy of Vermont. Washington employees celebrate pay victory OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) About 35,000 Washington state employees welcomed a little something extra in their paychecks Friday, the first tangible rewards of the state's $482 million comparable worth program, largest in the nation. "We made it!" exulted state Rep. Jennifer Belcher, chairwoman of the Legislature's panel on pay equity. "Today, we changed the world. We have the entire world talking about how women are to be paid." Simultaneous "breakfasts of champions" in Olympia, Seattle and Spokane kicked off a day of celebration among government workers. "We are pioneers," said Helen Castrilli, a secretary who was an original plaintiff in the class action lawsuit against the state. "We don't do just women's work," she said, her voice choking with emotion, "we do essential, important work. The state of Washington has taken a giant step forward to end sex-based wage discrimination." Friday's paychecks were the first to reflect the out-of-court settlement of the lawsuit. They included an average pay boost of 5 percent for workers previously underpaid in job categories held predominantly by women. Mark Brown of the Washington Federation of State Employees, AFL-CIO, called it "a momentous occasion, a great day. It's a very important victory for ail of us who believe in pay equity." The largest single group of recipients, about 10,000 clerical workers, got 10 percent pay hikes. The minimum raise was 2.5 percent, and the largest, for day care coordinators in higher education, 32.5 percent. Statewide, the average pay boost is $78 a month. About two- thirds of the civil service workforce is getting the increases. Friday's increases alone cost the state more than $1 million, and the total program, which stretches through 1992, will be $482 million. More than 70 percent of the recipients are women. £tate officials say about 85 percent of the government's female workforce are getting pay increases. The pay raises were the first concrete evidence of the settlement of Washington state's 12- year battle over comparable worth — a fight that has spilled over into Congress and legislatures across the country. George Masten, former chief of the state federation and now national board member for the parent American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, told the group, "You are party to making history. "No other settlement in the country puts as much money into the workers' pockets." The seven-year pay program is an out-of-court settlement of a federal lawsuit brought by the state and national unions. The Legislature" ratified the plan in January and U.S. District Judge Jack Tanner of Tacoma gave his go-ahead on April 11. Landmark studies in the early 1970s showed female-dominated classes of state workers were paid 20 percent less than comparable, but different, types of state jobs held primarily by men. When you need a doctor... CALL 425-9-DOC Gulf Coast Hospital's Physician Referral B Bay I own. Reagan offers to help with Vietnam negotiation attempt LOS ANGELES (AP) — President Reagan, on his way to Southeast Asia to meet with officials of the region's non- Communist nations, offered today to help negotiate an end to Communist Vietnam's occupation of Cambodia but held out little hope Vietnam would accept. JV P P cK fabrics Fabric Sale HOFFMAN OF CALIF. AND TROIKA 45" WIDE 100% COTTON II TROPICAL PRINTS BRIGHT & BOLD PATTERNS REGULAR $3.57 YARD $-127 W TROIKA 49" WIDE 1OO% COTTON COHEN SATEEN FLORAL PRINTS Poly»st«r/Cotfon ASSORTED BRIGHT SOLID COLORS SALE PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY 'PATTERN SALE GOOD THRU SATURDAY SOUTH SEAS 45" WIDE 10O% COTTON HOPSACKING PLAIDS REGULAR $4.47 YD. *3.87,.. SCHWARTZ LIEBMAN 45" WIDE 5O% POLYISTIR K% COTTON "SPRING" PASTEL PRINTS "MVIl, D«0*ATOt t IMAM" $O QTT Mm9Wf STYL£ TOWN 45" WIDE 75% POLYESTER 25% COTTON "SUPER RADIANCE" MCTAUIC ABSTRACTS $ 2.97 ^fc • W f YA»D WAMSUTTA 45" WIDE 65% POLYISTiR 35% COTTON "SIERRA" KRINKLE SOLIDS n.77 YA»D Don't Forget MOTHER'S DAY MAY 11! (Only_2 Weeks Away? END OF MONTH SPECIALS! 60" SPORTSWEAR I • I i YAW M YARD OFF) PRINTS, CAM AUNTS, SOtlDS CLEARANCE DRAPERY FABRICS REGULAR $a.M A $3.M groups SELECTIONS MAY VARY BETWEEN STOKES *1 88 YARD 88 YARD OFFRAY RIBBON by th« R*ol ASSORTED STYLES A WIDTHS RIG. YD. 00< W W *I4U WHITE & IVORY EYELET TRIM ASSORTED WIDTHS A STYLES RIO. 69* **^ 29* ^•B JF YAID 40" WIDE SOLID LINEN SUITINGS ASKMTID LJNEN WEAVES CONTENTS ON BOLTS RIO. *2.47 YARD 1AYTOWH 1401 MirtKPriwn 437-4*44 MllMv* cnt. SMNCI* MOMf MMLAMO WMF 173 I'M 1«M iid«M M. fc«M* Ito -MS1 W17 Ml •47 "America, along with our ASEAN friends, believes that Vietnam should withdraw its forces from Cambodia and permit the Cambodian people to determine their own destiny," Reagan said. ASEAN is the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. He reiterated U.S. willingness "to participate constructively in an overall settlement." But he said, "The Communist government of Vietnam ... to the detriment of their own national interest, remains intransigent." The latest setback in relations between the two countries came when the Hanoi government, to protest the April 14 U.S. bombing raid against Libya, broke off direct talks with the United States on resolving remaining questions about the fate of U.S. servicemen missing in Southeast Asia since the Vietnam war. En route to Bali to meet President Suharto, Reagan saluted the Indonesian strongman as a longtime friend of the United States and "a most responsible influence in world affairs." Reagan offered the description of Suharto in his weekly radio speech to be broadcast as he flew to Honolulu, where he planned to call another friend and former power in Southeast Asia: deposed Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos. Ignoring human rights concerns expressed by the private Asia Watch Committee, which charged the Suharto government has suppressed opposition and free expression, Reagan applauded Suharto's role in improving economic conditions in Indonesia and developing ASEAN, a group of six noncommunist nations in the region. "President Suharto has been a most responsible influence in world affairs and a force for the economic progress of his people at home," Reagan told his radio audience in a five-minute address recorded during a stop in Los Angeles. Reagan is scheduled to meet Thursday in Bali with Suharto and the foreign ministers of the other ASEAN nations on his way to Tokyo for the economic summit of the major industrial democracies. But as one demonstration of the Suharto government's sensitivity to criticism, three Australian journalists traveling with Reagan were refused entry to Bali as part of a ban imposed after a Sidney newspaper compared Suharto's rule to Marcos'. SUV CLASSIFIED Your Expanding k Market Place! People To People 101 Legal Notices 102 Lodge Notices 103 Personals 104 Special Notices 105 Lost & Found 106 Car Pools 107 Card of Thanks lOSInMemoriam 109 Travel News 110 Entertainment 201 Professional 202 Management 203 Sales 204 Medical 205 Technical 206 Trades 207 Clerical 208 General 209 Part Time 210 Temporary 211 Work Wanted 212 Business Opportunities 300 Articles for Sale 301 Genera! Articles . 302 Musical Instruments 303 Building Materials 304 Machinery-Equipment 305 Antiques 306 Livestock-Supplies 307 Pets-Supplies 308 Food Fare 309 Soil-Fertilizer 309a Nurseries 310 Articles Wanted 311 Garage Sales 312 Articles (or Trade 313 Games-Hobbies 400 Services Offered 401 General Services 402 Child Care 403 Building Contractors 404 Instruction 500 Rentals 501 Houses to Rent 502 Apartments to Rent 503 Trailers to Rent 504 Bedrooms to Rent 505 Roommates Wanted 506 Articles to Rent 507 Business RentaJs 600 Real Estate 601 Houses for Sale 602 Acreage 603 Business Property '60.3a Mufti-Unit Property 604 Vacation Property 605 Out of Town Property 606 Farms & Ranches ". 607 Waterfront Property 608 Lois (or Sale 609 Property Wanted 610 Houses to Move 611 Mobile Homes 612 Trailer Spaces 613 Monuments-Lots 700 Recreation 701 Boats 702 Boating Equipment TOSRV's 7(MRV"stoRent 705 Sport ing Goods 706 Sport Leases 707 Campers/Covers 8UU Transportation 801 Automobiles 802 Imported Autos 803 Trucks-Vans 804 Work Cars 805 Autos Wanted 806 Antique Cars 807 Auto-parts Service 808 Motorcycles 809 Utility Trailers 810 Aircraft DEADLINES fabrics BAYTOWN AREA WOMEN'S CENTER Crisis: 422-2292 Office: 427-2421 100 p.m. Monday thru Friday for odi starting th« next day. 10 a.m. Saturday for ads storting Monday. Th« tame deadlines apply to cancellation!. M*bf A4v(Bord*red AaWtii*- ments) 2 Doy» prior Monday thru Friday ot 9:30 a.m. (For, Ex. 9:30 Monday for Wednw-! \ day) Axis tor Tumdoy du* ot 5:00 p.m. Friday. NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION SALE Under the authority tn Internal Revenue Code section 6X31, the property described beSow has been seized (or nonpayment of In temal revenue taxes due from Alvln J. Brlnac. 2318 Perry, Baytown, Texas 77511 The property will be sold at public auction as provided by Internal Revenue Code section 6335 and related regulations DateofSaler May 7,5986 Time ol Sale: 11:00 a.m Place of Sale: Southwest Corner of 1-10 East & Franlde St., Baytown, TX. 77520 Title Offered: Only the right, title, and Interest of Alvln J Brlnac in and lo the property will be offered lor sale. If requested, the Internal Revenue Service will furnish Information about possible encumbrances, which may be useful In determining the value of the Interest being sold Description of Properly: Being a part of the East one-half of block five (Si. unit "D". Klena Frull & Colton Farms In Harris County. Texas, according lo Ihe map or plat of said Elena Fruit It Cotlon Farms record in volume 7. page 48 and -ffl ot the Map Records ol Harris County. Texas and being described as Two lots at the Soulhwesl corner o( I-10 F.aal It Frankle SI Baylown. Texas 77S2I i Wade Hd. Kxil) Properly may be inspected at: The above location Sealed bids will be accepted by Ihe Lee College District. 511 Soulh WhilinR. Bnytown. TX 77522-0818. unlll 10:00 a.m., Monday, May 12 198fl. for COMPUTER ACCOUNTING SYSTEM. GYM FLOOR R K ¥ I N I S tl I N C! , and TELEPHONE SYSTEM MAINTENANCE, at which lime Ihe bids will be opened in Ihe Board Room. Hundell Hall, \jx Drive. Baytown. Texas. Bidder representatives may be present at bid opening Specifications and necessary information may be had by calling at the Office of the Purchasing Coordinator The Board of Hegenls reserves the right to reject any and all bids or accept any bid deemed most advantageous lo It. Lee College is an EO/AA employer and successful bidder musl be same Kyle W Jennings. Purchasing Coordinator Lee College Dislnct NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR WASTE DISCHARGE PKRMIT RENEWAL THE CITY OF MONT BELV1EL 1 J .0. Cox 1MH. Mont Belvleu. Texas 77580 has applied lo Ihe Texas Water Commission for -enewal of Pcrmil No 1103001 •vhich authorizes a discharge of .reaied domestic wastewater effluent at a volume not lo exceed an average flow of 500.000 gallons per day from the Cotton Bayou Plant which is located approximately 1.4 miles norlh of IH-1U and 0.6 miles east of Eagle Drive on the east side of .Mont Belvieu In Chambers County, Texas. The effluent Is discharged into a dllch: ihence into Cotton Bayou: thence Into Cotton Lake: thence into Old River: thence Into the Trinity Hiver in Segment No. oaol of the Trinity River Basin. The permit.If renewed by the Commission, will specify conditions and limitations generally Ihe same as those currently enforced by the existing permll The expiration dale ol Ihe exisiing permil was December 17. 1!)84. It is proposed thai the expiralion date be specified as midnight, five years after dale of Commission approval. Legal Authority: Section 26.028 ol the Texas Waler Code, as amended, and 31 TAC Chapter 305 of the Rules of Ihe Texas Waler Com mission. No public hearing will be held on this application unless an affected person who has received notice of the application has requesled a public hearing. Any such request for a public hearing shall be In writing and contain (11 the name, mulling address and phone number of the person making Ihe request: and m a brief description of how the requester, or persons represented by Ihe re- quesler, would be adversely al- fecled by (he granting of Ihe ap- pllcallon. K the Commission determines thai Ihe request sets oul an issue which Is relevanl to Ihe permit decision, or that a subllc hearing would serve the public Inlerest, Ihe Commission .hall conducl a public hearing, alter the Issuance of proper and •imely notice of the hearing. If no iufficlenl request for hearing Is •ecclved wilhln M days of the dale of publication of Ihe notice concerning the appllcallon, the permit will be submitted lo (he Commission for final decision on the application. Requests for a public hearing and/or requests for further In- 'ormation concerning any aspect of (he application should be sub- milled In writing lo Michael E. Field. Asslslanl Chief Hearings Examiner. Texas Waler Commission. P.O. Box 13087. Capilol Sla- lion. Austin. Texas 7&7U, Telephone (5121 463-7905. Issued this 15th day of April. 1M6. /s/Mary Ann Hefner MARY ANN HEFNER, Chief Clerk Texas Water Commission Seal) ir YOU AM; mnr TO THE ABKA- and arc looking for * ntlfbbarfcMd church home, check the Sunday CLASSIFIED SECTION. Our CHURCH DIRECTORY Include. locaUoM and »*r- vlce Kfceduks. What bettor wiy lo feel wtletn* to your new haax town? LOrr- Gray Yortikln Terrier. Male. KM Mick spot on right hip Vicinity af W«rd and | w. REWARD. tt7-2«7. UWT BLACK HANDBAG- Between Wilmi St.. in Bead) Cily * Stn Jtetoto Mill on April 17th. SBMTAWIUL REWARD I Conlict Babble BltlMf, 3*32001 fOUND PUPPY- Stephen f. Aiutln Cimpto Female, tan with black nose. Weanng blue collar with bell. 477-tttt: FOUND— Long haired white cal. Archer Rd vicinity U1-40U LEE COLLEGE- has an opening in Its TDC Extension program near Hunt- svllle. Ti for an Instructor. Dila Processing The successful candidate will be familiar with the Data Processing Old and applications of Micro Computers This position is a full time. 12 month letter of appointment Ltt College olfen t competitive compensation and benefit package Minimum requirements are a Bachelors Degree, and 1 >e»rs directly relalw) »ork experience Preference will t* given to candidates with a Mailers Degree. College teaching ind formal computer training. Applications and rtsumt vtith official college trafiscnpl and confidential credential! to Jim Hickman. Personnel Officer. Lee College. 511 S Whillng. Baytown. T» TTiaMTM JCOEM/K LOC A' IT H. ccb U"N T i N G~ n¥S^ Degreed Accountant. 2 lo J years public accounting experience *>ih auditing background Resume lo i 1 0 Box 1Z75 Baytown, TX^ 77522 LEE COLLEGE^ haTan immediate opening lor a Programmer/Analyst The position requires a Bachelors Degree with a minimum of 5 yrs experience in the following disciplines IBMDOS/VSE Operating Syslem as an Application Pro- gramraer'Analysi. IBM CHS Command Level Design i Programming, slruc lured COBOL Design k Programming. On-line interactive program design t developmem. IBM [(XT experience, k IBM DOS/VSK JC1. !.«• College alien an excellent starting salary :n add! I ion lo excellent benelil packages Deadline for filing applications is June I. 1*6 Qualified candidates should submit a letter of application, resume, transcripts. A references lo Personnel Officer. l,ee folleBe District. 511 So Whiting SI Bavlm»ti TX775aH7W KOEAAM/K MANAGEMENT OPPORTUN1TY- Cuod salary Knuuram experience preferred Muii be able to work days and nights Apply in person or send resume to liiovannis Pizza, ISH San Jacmlo.Wal] \ocol Is pleav? - II you seriously new) lo maJte additional income jnil jre uiLling to make the nevessary commitment: we can help OIHr-7%2 NEEDED- Experienced" salts as<toclatf> for ne* ctMKept m manulac- lured housing Has* salary plus commission Highlands. Baytown area Call Leslie. <26 8481 EXPERIENCED HEM. ~EST\TE AGENTS- Needed BAY AREA ASSOCIATES. INC., «?-7j5<i. J COUNSELORS NEEDED- lor to yr old national home service company, to represent us in Baytown area Join our learn & build your future Call Bob 64+ DATA PROCESSING/ENTRY PERSON- Musi be aggressive and confident lo take charge ol operation ol computer facility IBM J4 npvnercc preferred, but not required J1400 to II7DO Send resume to Personnel P 0 Bo* at, Baytown. Tx. TTiE FAST, ACCURATE TYPIST- needed (or auto title service 40 hours per week. W 25 per fir to start. 4244447. I. DAVID EAJtL LH- Will not be piaittih for My dttts UKUTTWI by MyMt ottMr IkM ayitU M el A|irU M, ttttDtrM&NlU*. IJttSt-.KW.C* i, OH MM. EXECUTIVE SECRETARY- needed 1-10 snip channel area Long term assignment 60 vipm. Shorthand helpful, excellent communication skills. KELLY SERVICES. 9SHJJ73 or 47WC74. WORD PROCESSORS WE THAI.N EXXON SYSTEM SB) WOHD PRUCKSSOKS For information. Personnel Resources. Inc lutil W Haier Suite luu 4274731 N1KK! D'S CLUB- Accepimg applications for bartenders, barbacks. cocktail waitress^ and disk jockey. Apply at :ilHBay Play <2-4071) WAITRESSES— T-ooki & duiiwashers. Apply Magnolia Rtslaurant. MO Magnolia Exit. Key Truck Stop JR^ MINUTE MAN- slores. needs cashiers, stockers. and deli tieip Apply at 79H Thompson Koad. Highlands. 426- H34. WANTED- Parl-lime Video Electronics Kcpair person Call between 4:30 4 4:30 weekdays. (22-tuTT) CASHIERS. STOCKERS. COOK- Maiurc person »illmg lo work any shin, must be dependable Apply at Convenience Supermarket. 71D1 Sjolander at I- 10. Bj>Umn 421-3383 LA CHATTSfcABARFN- Now hiring dancers & waitresses. No experience necessary. Open 7 days a wee*. 11 to 2. $30 salary -r commission. 455-08*6 HYDRO-BLASTER- Telephone * Transportation. Apply in person: 1130 W. Pasadena Freeuav ASSISTANT MANAGER- needed for apartment community Baytown area. Will train No pets. Non-smoker. Apply: 10101 Fondren. Houston. Mofiday- Krtday. 8: 30-4 p.m. _ COVERNMENY ~ JI6.0W- JM,£»/>r. Sow hiring Call 1-WS-M7- 6000 Ext. R-9629 (or current federal list Fee required. THE KETTLE- on 1-10 is now hiring bus boys, waiters, waitresses, cooks, cashiers, with eiip. Apply wilnin. TEXAS STATE OPTICAL- Position open. Apply In person Goose Creek Center. 6966 Garth Road. CASHIERS NEEDED- } lo 10. and 10 to 6 shifts. Apply within, Ecol 1 107.103MI- 10 Easl. Baytown. % Diamond Shamrock Truck Slop. LEASING AGENT- Nwded in Baytown area. CM14SM7W. CATEUNG TRUCK HELPER- & a.m. to 7:30 a.m.. S days a week. Baytcwn Refinery. Own transportation. 671-2J*. CASWEBS/CLERKS- Evenlnjt 4 NljbU. Apply In person E-Z Mart, 67J» TUBA EXCURRVKS- has an oo- partunKy to htlp you earn extra catn (or Uut summer fun. For more detail*, call ttt-MM. tM TO t» «. PCaOBLE- Part llmt or full lime. No »p«rlenct ntcemry. Will train. Call for Interview. U7-7»ll, vMklyn. A*ty ta pmti Vita* BBOOHBBl . AI P f ITU. P«U «r prt-tfc*. 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