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   El Paso Herald-Post (Newspaper) - January 14, 1975, El Paso, Texas                                EL PASO HERALDPOST Tuesday January 141975 Solons Split On Ford Plan Section Seven By BOB DUKE Congressm n Richard C White DTex and Sen Lloyd Bentsen DTex today questioned some of the proposals contained io President Fords new economic program However Sen John Tower RTex described the Presidents program as a balanced plan tempered by restraint IN A TELEVISED address to the nation last night Ford proposed between a SI and S3 hike in import fees on each barrel of crude oil energy conservation taxes on domestic and natural gas and a billion income tax cut His energy conservation proposal could mean as much as a 10 cent per gallon boost in gasoline taxes It is a hopeful sign that the President has discarded his October proposal for a tax increase and is now seeking to combat recession through a tax cut Bentsen said I would prefer however that the tax relief be directed more toward middle and low income Americans and I fee that is what the Congress will enact HE DESCRIBED FORDS call for up to a S3 a barrel import tariff on crude oil and a tax on domestic oil as ex cessive Moreover he said it discriminates against Americans who depend on fuel oil to heat their homes Restaurant Executives In El Paso SUtio Two executives of the Texas Restaurant Assn are visiting the E Paso chapter today according to Mike Dipp Jr president They are Andrew F Stasio president and W H Buckshot Price executive vice president Stasio a retired Army colonel owns seven Shakys Pizza Parlors with gross an nual income of more than million three of them ranking in the top 10 in the nation the past five years He is past president of Dallas Restaurant Assn and was twice their outstanding restaurateur He is active in many civic endeavors and is vice president of In ternational Franchise Dealers Assn Price a graduate of National Restaurant Assn Executive Department Program is past president of Texas Society of Assn Executives and In ternational Society of Restaurant Assn Executives Some type of mandatory program to reduce energy consumption will obviously be necessary Bentsen said The J30 billion price tag he placed on this program would have almost as serious an in flationary impact as the oil price increase brought about by the Arab countries WHlTli who represents the El Paso area voiced belief that the Congressional Democratic Tas Force compelled Ford to act by unveiling his own economic program Monday However 1 think it is about time he came forward although he may have acted hastily in his tax relief proposal he said Echoing Bentsens statement White said the tax relief plan should have been geared more to middle and low income Americans ALTHOUGH he conceded that a tax increase on gasoline is inevitable as an energy conservation measure be deplored the effect it will have on motorists in the Southwest People in the Southwest use their cars to go to and from town White said Some live far from town so consequently an increase in the gasoline tax will hurt them Tower voiced satisfaction that Ford is determined to reply on free market forces in his battle against recession rather than resort tomanaged economy Yet I fear that interest rates will be driven upward by the governments competition for funds in the capital market in order to offset sizeable deficits he said Furthermore Tower said the government deficits will temporarily delay attainment of the seven per cent inflation rate targeted last year by the Administration Murray Retires From Police Department Dayton B Murray retired today after 28 years in the El Paso Police Department A retirement luncheon is being held tomorrow at the Empire Club open to all the friends the veteran officer bas made over his career Born in 1911 at Johnson City Tex Murray has been a farmer a deputy sheriff in Austin served in the Air Force and worked a short while for the Texas Liquor Control Board A lifelong bachelor one of his colleagues remarked He was married to the police force The first El Paso president of the Texas Municipal Police Officers Assn Murray has been active in that and a number of other law en forcementoriented organizations He retired as a statistics clerk in the depart ments Identification and Records Bureau the equivalent of a detective sergeant Matshushita Will Recall Television Sets SPECIAL EVENTS CENTER construction begins at UT El Paso with the excavation of the site to form a pit where the basketball court will be built with seating rising up on the sides The site is at 101 Baltimore street on the northern ever a Japanese manufacturer will try to correct 407000 color television sets made for American firms that may be putting out dangerously high levels of radiation The Food and Drug Ad ministration said the company Matshushita Electric Corp filed its recall plan yesterday 30 days after being ordered to do so In terms of dollar value the agency said it is the biggest recall of its kind ever made through the FDA which handles radiationrelated rim of the campus Contractors are Jordan and matters involving consumer Nobles with the building permit setting a items valuation of construction of Photo by Peter WASHINGTON UP1 In sets in to a designated location the largest recall of its kind for a fix free of charge The Panasonic models all bearing the prefix are 300E 300V 934 701 702 398 252 253 254 256 256A 701A 39SA 911 912 911E VTH 911V VTR 314 324 201 704 910 924 944 2514 2524 and 2876A and 2878A The Bradford brands are 79343 79350 and 79301 2534 The Penncrest models are 28882868 2875 2876 2877 2878 2915 2874 2901 2S75A 2877A Curtis Wins COP Smuggling Post from Javits For 2 Men Many Gala Events Highlight EPNBs 50th Anniversary A gala anniversary ball the awardinng of college scholarships and other im portant events will be some of the highlights of El Paso National Banks 50th an niversary as outlined to members of the El Paso news media at a press party in the El Paso Club last night hosted by bank officials The bank celebrating fifty years of growth and service to the community has adopted the slogan Steady As She Grows as its anniversary theme The bank will sponsor many other events throughout the year A bank spokesman said the theme slogan is intended to stress the steady solid growth of the institution during the past hall century and its policy of service to the banking customer family in the future The bank was founded on June 29 1925 under the direction of cofounders Charles M Harvey and Sam D Young and was originally located in the Muir Building at 200 Mills street The bank opened with 18 employes and five officers The present staff is comprised of 535 employes and 93 officers with Sam D Young as chair man of the board and bis son Sam D Young Jr as bank president WASHINGTON UP1 Conservative Sen Carl T Curtis of Nebraska today defeated liberal Sen Jacob A Javits of New York for the post of chairman of the Senate Republican conference com mittee Republican senators meeting in closed caucus voted 23 to 14 to elect Curtis to be their chairman and then unanimously chose Sen Ted Stevens RAlaska to be chairman of the Republican senatorial campaign com mittee ID other senate action Senate Democrats decided today not to seat either of the contestants for the disputed New Hamp shire seat until the Rules Committee completes an in vestigation The Democrats agreeing in caucus without a vote made the decision prior to an an ticipated floor vote on the issue Democrats control the Senate byafilSSmargin THE CURTISJAVITS contest was the only battle in an otherwise routine caucus to elect the partys Senate leadership It also was seen as a measure of conservative strength in the GOP caucus and Curtis won by more votes than anticipated GOP Leader Hugh Scott assistant leader Robert Griffin and Sen John Tower chair man of the GOP policy com mittee were all reelected to their posts unanimously Sen Robert T Stafford of Vermont was elected secretary of the conference of GOP senators Some conservatives wanted to challenge Scotts position of leadership but the only man Pair of Robbers To Serve Time Johnny Johnson and Mary Ramirez 23 who changed their pleas to guilty at midsession in their trial on a charge of aggravated robbery were formally sentenced to serve time in prison by Judge Sam Callan yesterday Johnson was given five to 20 years and Miss Ramirez was sentenced to five to 10 years less than the 14 years recom mended by State Prosecutor David Escobar Sentences date from last Sept 4 The pair were charged with luring an El Paso man to a motel room where he was robbed of his wallet cash and credit cards In other court action a 32 yearold woman charged with embezzlement pleaded guilty in district court Dolores Yepez of 10804 Saigon drive was sentenced to 10 years in the penitentiary with probation and ordered to make restitution of Refrigeration James Alien Kurok 21 Minneapolis Minn pleaded guilty to possession of heroin and was sentenced to three years with probation by Judge Edward Marquez with a chance of beating him Sen Barry Goldwater not interested in the job CONSERVATIVE GOP senators have formed a group known as the steering com mittee which last month privately discussed challenging Scott according to reliable Senate sources Goldwater according to these sources was approached and urged to challenge Scott but the conservative Arizona said he wasnt interested Eduardo Carrasco a resident alien from Mexico and Manuel Cruz Reveles Mexico today were sentenced to three years probation by US District Judge Omar Smith on guilty pleas to charges of smuggling am munition from Mexico In other action before Judge Smith Douglas Bourjaly pleaded guilty to possession narcotics and William Thomas INVOLVED ABC 288000 Panasonic brand sets 104000 Penncrest sets sold by the J C Penney Co and 15000 Brad ford brand sets sold by the W T Grant Co al sold during the past three years A FDA spokesman said the problem involves a component which can fail causing xray emissions perhaps 20 times higher than the law permits But he said there is no way of knowing how many of the components have failed and thus how many sets may be at fault Under the companys corrective action plan the manufacturer will contact distributors and they in turn will contact dealers who will try to round up a list of all known owners The owners wiU be notified they may bring their Members of the group who I Banks 31 Little Rock Ark was sentenced to three years in prison on a conviction of smuggling a 38caliber pistol did not wish to be identified said an informal count showed Goldwater could pull up to 21 votes out of 38 Republican senators more than enough to win AN INFORMAL count by steering committee members gave 19 votes to Curtis a conservative and 15 votes to Javits a liberal with the remaining four votes un decided The post is considered a minor one but the outcome expected to be close indicate to what extent conser vatives controlled the partys leadership positions in the Senate City to Aid In Saving The Plaza The City of El Paso will undertake the El Corredor project that involves many aspects of saving the Plaza theater The Mayors executive assistant Nestor Valencia made the announcement late yesterday in a meeting in the Plaza Theater ALSO MAHCIANO Tauregui Jauregui Felix Abeyta and Abel Saenz Gutierrez were sentenced to two years in prison on illegal entry con victions Others pleading guilty to illegal entry charges were Manuel Garcia Rascon who was sentenced to six months and Antonio Ortega Pinon and Jesus Gonzalez Soto who received 18 months in prison each Javier Diaz de Leon Mon tanez 34 Chicago pleaded guilty to illegally transporting aliens Carl Shows El Paso pleaded guilty to possessing heroin Trial was slated late today for Maria EsteilaG Miranda 29 100 Levee road Anthony Tex who faces marijuana possession charges Businessman Donates Money To Help Widow An El Paso businessman who wishes to remain anonymous has contributed to Mrs Cruz Gonzales Hinkle 74 who lost her lifes savings to a thief last week The partially blind widow met a young Latin woman on a downtown street who helped HE NOTED that the ciys Bicentennial Committee recently merged with the Arts and Humanities Council and that the El Corredor plan has been approved by the her get uome a taxicab then American Revolution Bicen vi Proposed Amendment To Change A proposed bylaw amend ment for the City Plan Com mission that would prohibit any commission member from appearing at a public hearing in which he bas a personal or financial interest has drawn fire of a commission member and will be changed During yesterdays com mission meeting member Arnold Peinado said in his case he could have a representative appear but that no member should be restricted from appearing m THE COMMISSION proposed that the wording be changed to read that no member be present as a commissioner at any such hearing A vote on the bylaws and their changes will be made at the next commission meeting Jan 20 In other action the com mission approved the vacation of an alley in the Sambrano addition and gave preliminary approval of the Sherman In dustrial Park Unit One sub division map The commission approved a new meeting schedule that moves commission meetings to Tuesday afternoons starting with the March 4 meeting tennial Commission and the same arm of the state He said the project wUl not involve spending of much money but that it is a sym bolic project of the El Paso effort The project consists mainly of beautifying an area along San Francisco avenue from the San Jacinto Plaza to the Civic Center Lane Robertson of the Save the Plaza committee made a pitch to local downtown businessmen to aid in saving the historic theater as a tourism aid He said it could tap some of the nine million travelers that pass through El Paso on the highways each year He said only two million annually stop in the city entered her 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