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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - December 16, 1971, Galveston, Texas                                (lahiestow GREATEST Vul. No. 250 Associated Press AP Wircphoto Service Texas' Oldest Newspaper, Established in 1842, Dedicated To The Growth and Progress of Galveston and All of Galveston County The County's Only 7-Day Paper (i.UVKSTON. TKXAS. Tllt'KSDAY MOHMNG, DKCKMBKH lli. Wl Single Copy lOu U.S. Mar Retake Land If Treasure Hunting OK'd ;tnlimiilies cummi'lee sK'UDed Arnold s .mil nuking I'he Mrs! was i.isuvd tu the By BRIAN (JflAHAM Arnold indicated he would have Monday, and it indicated that Thai agreement was reached to know where the digging would copies had been sent lo (Jatveslon before Ihe antiquities rommi.s.sion AUSTIN The federal govern- take place and "the extent of City Manager John Unverfcrth notified both parties that it was rnenl has dropped a veiled hint damage to the park property and others the onlv body to issue Hi-it if Texas allows any treasure and its recreational uses" befoie The city has previousU agieeil any permits or sign any contracts hunting on Pelican Island, it making any decision to let Brady's clients dig for for treasure hunting in Texas. iiL'iv take back the land it gave Brady and hib group have gold under ;i contract which The leteer arrived in Austin the City of C.alveslon for a consistently it-fused lo tell the would give the citv 'ft per cent the same week I.atimcr and Tex park state exactly where they want of the first of treasure The hint came in a letter to dig. uncovered and 50 per cent of submit ted by Brady. anliquili in Wednesday Kennedy indicated Brady had earlier rejected a contract perpared by Ihe state which would have 'given the Arnold's letter had at least state 50 per cent of ihe first the time being, deiailed SIOO.IXKI worih of treasure and any consideration of Brady j, stepped Arnold s object SUggCSllOIIS amend his (heir need' from Maurice Arnold, rcgiona director of the U. S. Dt-pu rtmeni of ihe Interioi 's Hitrfjiu of Outdoor Recreation lo Trut'tt Lalmu'i. executive director of the Texas Historical Survey Commitlee. Lalimer has been handling nc- golialions between the Texas Anti- quities Committee and a group ol Galvestomans who claim lo have discovered buried treasure on Pelican Island The group, represented by attorney James Hrady. wants a permit from the committee allowing u lo dig up ihe gold n says it has found In his letter to Laiimre. Aninid says Ihe federal goveimmni would object lo any gold hunting on the Old Uuaranime station' propertv it L'aw 'in- l v of a park fie .IIM pledged to use the land ior park and I't-crcdtionai uses only, adding his iffice c n.n not see as a recreational use Arnold indicated thai, should any gold digging be done without approval of his office, the federal government might lake a  should n pennit hum committee, it He >did he would meet with tin1 second in- I.atimer today tu draft a iellei license granted to Hi ady informing him nf conuniUtv v iking I'he Mrst was i.isuvd tu the hi; i-dii Musi-inn of Natural in vUisfv Houston and author .in fXpeilitmn to search thf site il .in old civil war sbip u-ecr-. j.illv get near Kn'epoM Hial pcrnm. unlike ihe une in- niilv Hrariy and tht- slate jie discussing, provides that aiivtmng ihr ilisnm-red bt-'-oiiu' tlie property Reorganization Of Anico Okayed TOP of the WIRE B> THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 'inilij. Wi'dnei-da; 1'aki- ..-uVit I'aktsuin 16 lu surrender after Fakl- -Mr, i. commander in Dara till diiristmas PHOTO BY KGKss CHRISTMAS PARTY AT MOODY SCHOOL Children at the Moody State School fur tin- (Vu-hnl Palsied welcomed the holiday wuh ,1 party Wednesday. The students saw ihr annual ChnMtnas program presented by the statf. visited with Santa Clans and enjoyed carol snifHiifi. bell and triangle playing. Kor related .-lory antl piclures. see Page HA. ByBRADMESSER The injunction suit filed in NKW.s.MANAdlNU KUlTuK New York repeated many of American National Insurance tlie allegations combined in rerenl Co stockholders voted lawsuits against m c r i c u n Wednesday lu the Mini National ottims and tonner as a owned subsidiary officers of a newly formed holding A report .if National s conipain. American National and its ojieraliors a Uelawan- mr lf tlw stockholders' Inch had been lhe mjunaion ruling. Prior In Ihe .m recir- I'bil B Noah cbaiiinan of the board, in the management or husir.ess of N Hn'ii.il In.s'lirani t- Co K.n.h >liaie of Aim-Mean Nalinr.al slo( k is convened mm. ,md exchanged lor slian1 ot corninoii stni k in Lin parent holdup cumpjii-. lilciidon .Inhnson. Ameiu-an National picsident. Hie a m nlhnals awailcd wnrd "ii an injiinilioii suit aimed ;in.rt. will be prevent int.1 ihe ineelmg .lohn-soii that Na'.ionai was the onlv ore m nsurance companies m America tui! is not operated ihr oldiriK company slruclun- Tht- v.jie or. Ihe reorganization w.is stKilc1- avotlllg JIH1 sliau-.- pposmg There was onfusion of beca'J.-e the diilerenc'- betweer: a dissent' ami a "no" vn'.t- The "nu vole was rep'Tteil js cent ol '.In1 li'l.il See STOCKHOl.DKHS 1 IA Hi-tn( t Judge .lames m on an action filed IA an American National .-luck m New York, was to -if-.-.-t tli.it ihe stockholdi-i had r.oi f.-ialilishetl sufficient .Judge vai.l thai the Kiflh i 'lu-ui'. Cuur! c c e n 11 y district cuurls against iiom the hip IA a preliminary uijunc- Muii or. liif basis u! an abbreviated rVarmi! and mi an evidentiary rccnrd wh.ich amounts tn m> moie tiuti a nuissiu1 compila Health Director Word Awaited iN AJ1 A force was re- '.lavs sailing hast i'jkistan of from rim i-'fiit- i-.lr Ki'-rn i Jr v. ;udg MBI Expansion Noted 1J> Jt'NK ANGKRSTKIN UK- institute for months even Nr.wsvlAKl UHITKK a year to win K with Hie.il.if: lialvesum can liKik foiwaid "r --'nd at present ihe to -.eve-al iiiillton dollars bemp payroll of tht- irisinuir tmals spent on the Mai mi- Hiu-Mcdu-al W16.0W annually while the mial Iristituic 'MBI' .ind the proposed annual budget is Texas Tektitc project in the Although Ihe nisiiiule will next fi-w vears. Stewart continue growing D: Wolf s..id Wulf. director of Marine But he did not feel U should become Medical Institute, told ihe Oceann so large that the faculu could pntphv Committee of the not continue to work as closely llalveston Chamber nf Cnmmeice topelher a> it does now Wednesday people are not limited MBI is planning .m department restraint-, a! this program that will allow ample time." Wolf said "This fKI employes, tuil and p.irt tiriu-. and scientist.- uho mil be visiting fnr inter fli Wolf pointed Maiine Bin Mnin.il made the first unmue in ili.ti n J-fpifinber Ihc l.ibm.i- "iw in tli. vui.-ld outfitted .md put In bin medicmt- AU, pjixluclion Mnci- then. li.is tieen n instantly the nniv nrie in Ihc woi Id beside the im-ntiijncd the in- help- to pntvide jobs th.H i! i- unique ;n il- to pi- Aide more job njipnr i: tbe problem ol housing "We are tapping lliest1 i! Ihe problem of housing of the sea fn: Mjlvt-i! There .ire many of and pritdice Di Wnif told peuplc who have to live ihe citv Dr the nislltuie h-id ranidlv II w.iv Marine Bio-Medical Ir.sti- h'cburan. on now occupies ifl.lAHi Wnif recalled. '.md u. MBI Page HA -imaiy K'JSOSIS foi icnigam-ition aic that tax IvanUities will be gant-d. thai it- tiuldmg compan> -itnicturc ives Ihe firm more flexibility i competition iind the rcorg.iil! itiun puS She insuranct. in a position of tJeiiig ble tn do a better job JORJ ANNA PRICK by ill- Qua'.iu lto..-d r.eii'U-d I'-.-sidi-nt Johns ihe Mi.t-.inhi-. A.iie! -j, lusord I.KAtaK CITY Di John .n all w.i'.fT ir.Hictf! m Htvves. chaiiman ni the 1M mur.lv race iracl; s Galveslon I'm ted Hoard Cluirrnar Hi- v.- up -.ritiiNii tmn-. while In- Ik-altl.. rcvodled ;it ilie cnior "t nidi Wednesdav night mcelinp th.i: :hf b.ivnu >a Mui be ihivi- n] has )nn c neni.j: i .1 n i i Check i if These i CHARLES Harrel- son's murder for hire trial ends in a mistrial. Pago ISA i j COMPROMISE solu- lion suggested in Clear time he -jitt .il :he las', imrr.ng i Al' I hail liopeti hr would ci. lilac! h.-.lii! .ri --.u'.-laai; I'he who HeeM1- jh.sl :hi- IMMM. would :iot name, cunenliy is Jjiurd Jin-mlK ;n-v in WashiniJlnii DC tiuy Wilkiiis-.n. .-iiiel t.v in hi-.ii him u-ry w.: :ha! d.ir.-rcnt a.'ld I !t-ei like he wn: .mfp; -it wale! T-r tln-ji'b. the ch.iinn.in .nldcd in I. ;r. Dii-kinsur Haymi ar.il a niutlnn H nnlhniL- tn -ign  peis-Tial M.I mnlinr. tuitin-i tune n: yea: :i i i-anbentiiairH ir. ti-.a! "t ij i The board, however, diii vote 'l'i'-': in a hast- inie See WOKO. Page 14 :l" troversy. Page3A. Waste Report Reviewed By LINDA WESTERLAGE They were NEWS STAFF WRITER A shredding operation with a Tbe consulting engineers hired landfill operation on the Island by Ualveslun to help find a A iransler station with hauling solution to the city s solid waste to the Mainland problems made a verbal report U was .suggested th.il .1 Wednesday the garbage collection system The report was made to the first be made to make the Solid Waste Study Committee total picture clear with some the city Mayor M 1. Hoss suggested ruimnl and a member of the ihe engineers parent a proposal Commissioners Court m atten- for such a study to the citv council for consideration 'inn pns.sible waste disposal The firm. A rn e r n i: meth.Kis WIM-P reviewed Kngmeermg me made up of four professors at tlie I'niverMty of Houston, is in the process ot rnnipleimg .iJlO.iKM study forthecily Ihe proposal involving a Kmdlili on ihe Island a tiH landfill site on Ihe Mainland t'nder [he plan to develop a landfill operation on the Island, the consultants said Uie sue ijnaei consideralion involves In ,HTLS and v.-iiuid iasl aboul 18 JACK BENNETT and JOHN HOLT of Texas Cm ever h.ne P1ANGENTI are workms like a (jreal Christmas piesent and beavers KettniR everythins ready bic surprise cuminfi lo him on for Ihe Kmiihts ol Columbus New Year's, that's the he Cnrs'rnjs (laity Sunday frnm comes home from Vietnam :l lo 5 pm. at the K C Wife. HANNAH, has Riven birlli Hall FRANK (ROHOl lo Son. No. 1 at Danfoilh CR1DER of Texas City is finding Ilispilal and has been named il very hard 10 be real good FORREST ALEXANDER... unttl Chrislmas MR. BOBBIE of and MRS. C. W. OWENS Hitchcock IS wearmf a pressure of Mia Loma are back home cake on her led foot since aftei a very enjoyable visit with she stepped on a carpel needle. MRS FRANCE.' SCHAFER in a part of which hroke .iff in llallettsville and Mrs Owens' her foot CAPT. and son and family in .San Antonio MRS. K. K. HOWELI. lod.iy are celehralmp then Mill ueddinp PAT BENINATI and DORIS anniversary- Hirthday kills COTTER telling everyone they are million prncessing c-en he con si r uc t ed Tile recommended sile is Port Industrial Ho.id across from the sew.ige plant A recommended landfill site is in the same general area The cost for this operation would he SI 1.35 per tun if financed over a live year period ;il 4 per cent interest The liiinsfcr station of the other proposal would be i "iislructed in the .-.aine site .it a cost of Stttii.KU Tran.spor- laUon costs would be The cost under this system wiHild be S9 iH pel ton if the ofXM'ation is financed ai -1 pei cent ililrresl nvei .1 >eai period This cost includes use nf a Weather GALVKSTON AND VICINITY Mostly cloudy and mild with a chance of rain through Friday. High todav and Fridn) upper 60s Island nnd Mainland; low tonight near M Island, upper 30s Mainland. I'nihability of vould months II was added thai other sites are also beinti cnnsidert'd in '.he pcneidl location I'.ir: Indusin.il Hoaii jnd :u-ar the pres-ent landfill nrvtiilion It w.i.i slated thai the 15 acre landfill site under 13B 15B 13B HA Alvarez ISA Wilson SA 6B 13B To Sanla 16B Log IB 11B Records 6A TA Salute IA 19-21A Listings JA Ads 17 19B 16A News 7-9B County To Get 3 Miles Of Canal Right-Of-Way WASTE PajteHA ByJOEI.KIRKPATRICK Houston oilman John Mt-cnm confirmod Wednesday !ha; he is pivmp lialvestnn Cour.u three milfs of nph: of way lor the npht mile ionj; Hiphiand iliversionary canai The ,.f ihr million Highland Bv.-'u I-'lnod Conine Project Mccom and an .udc. M.irold mel .it County C o u r l hou sf CoinnnssKiners Paul Hopkins ,.nd Knmk atinnicy Hill Pecker Cnur.ty Y. n u n LC Annexation Hearing Readied H) PATSY JACKSON M-.WS MAINLAND Bl'REAl' I.KAC.l'K CITY Preparations .ni1 undfi way for a public k'.iiiiitj to he conducted h> League City concerning the annexation of five areas totaling aUnii 1- miles AniH'X.ilion [ij.ins have been under study by the league City I'Li nnmg Commission for Ihe p.ist few months, .ind their re- rommi'ndaiions have been submit- tn Ihc ilv touru-il Other proposed include sections lo llle soulh alnnj: llie liulf Freeway south in Dickinson Bayou, west tmv.inl the County buuml.in, .ilnnp I-'M Ho.id 517. no r t h w cs t toward Knendswnod. and ea> Uti including the The freeway strip shopping center .1 commercial husme.v Added To Fund, Total Reaches Coiiinbuti.m.s loUilmg WIN veived foi Tin- plan to contribute followinp their party notice of the Jan. News Omsluus Fund, A asfiiltnient piri II puliln he.innc dale listing tlie lot.il lojl.920.84. clmhinp was C'ven In ('anil h> incite jntl bounds all areas i i i I'arkcr nf Arcadia. ,md several piopused lor annexation. Also lth "nlV were precipitation iHI per cent today MRS. CLARA PETITFILS and 40 per rent tonight. see to be sure and take in who's 76 year.s younp. DKBORAII BOATIW, Mostly easterly -The Nutvrackcr" performance STEPHENS. STEPHEN BRIAN winds lo 1 mph hecominR of linllel Theater on the Bay PORTNOY. JASON JERA1.D and soulheaM 111 to 16 1 ,i HlKh HiRh School SK-.EI.. I.II.LIF. WILLIAMS. Tnph Ihrouehoul Water auditorium on Saturday and MRS. ELMER EGAS. Sundav I'hai-nwolofrisl. NAOMI. BROCK. DANNY OR BOHDAN NF.CIIAY says FOT.LE of Hitchcock. ALICE ,v gnine to If.'irn H) dance HOCHA, SARAH JEAN Cossack. some of WAGGNER. PALL BOI.TO.Y t r j Tl-Kr. n; SII, Spec TIMOTHY J.'ll. By TERRY MncI.EOD FISHING Spotly will be smooth to slight 1> choppy. Offshore wave height'; 2 to 3 ffft increasing tn it to 4 fret today. BKACH WATKU TKMITHA City. Ih tchcnek ami Friendswond tit'ticr.iliy the five areas recommended (or annexalion will exlend I.e.iguo City m all direct mils except due north A .10 mile sue along ihe noiih side of KM Hoad attention far exceed those of l is included in the proposal last year, when the fund lotal by the nmntv to reached HI ilil.ili of (e-flrri! Another onstruction of a uiunU doo.ited this one from substation building thf Hall High Tninetles. whn anonymous donors tlifis received Wednesday in clmie.i l'niversit> Health ITMR.5M." John Lund, The volume of i equals foi K. F. aid .ind instances of extreme Gordon I.. Harwell, hardship brought to the projects 7ona Lovings, einl of this week in order that apportionment may begin Monday Waltrr Vivian IS Anonymous, and hi- n.. lo The Vv. l 'hi istm.i-. K Box fr28. (inlveston Sor ANNKXATlON.Pnee   

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