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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - August 19, 1973, Galveston, Texas                                Texas' Oldest Newspaper, Established in 1842, Dedicated To The Growth and Progress of Galveston and All of Galveston County VOL. 133, NO. 131 Member, United Press International f.Al.VESTON. TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19.1973 The County's Only 7-Day Paper lOc Daily, 25c Sunday Tips Lead Police To Search For 2 Bodies Here JtT was trl.inp to hcta law cnforeemcnt carrying something into the Dcparlinral. ShcriH s Cap By LINDA WESTEKLAGE SEWS STACK WR1TKR The search for bodies in one of Uie most bizarre murder cases in modern times has moved lo Galveston. Police Chief D. K. Lack says a roadgrader Monday will scrape a 200 yard area in tlic sand dunes on the eastern tip of Galveston Island where officers have been told two bodies may be buried. Officers working in the area Saturday did find a soft spol in the sand dunes and uncovered a fetus believed to have been buried less than 24 hours. This find was not believed to be connected in any way with the record murder case which thus far lias yielded 27 known victims Seventeen were found in a boatshed in Houston, four near Sam Hayburn Lake and six near High Island. The seaich is being conducted in Galveston because two persons have contacted police reporting unrelated incidents they observed on the beach which they feel arc suspicious. A Houston woman, who does not want to be identified said she was on the bench in June when .she saw three men standing near a white van. She said they were burying something in pluslic bag she thought was fturbage at Uie lime. Since the murders have been made public, she has identified iwu of Ihe men as being Dean Uorll and Klmer Wayne Henley Jr, bolli accused in the mass slaying case. The woman and her family mic on Uie beach Saturday trying to help law enforcement officers find the location where she says she saw the men. She says she is positive of her identification of Henley find Corll from photographs. C. C. Abernalhy of Houston has told police his family was camping nn the beach in February when he saw two young mei carrying something into the dunes. He said he joked mat it was a body but now he wonders and contacted police, according to Abernathy was also on the beach Saturday trying to pinpoint the location. Also aiding in the search Saturday wuie Detective D. K. Porter of the Houston Police Department. Sheriff's Captain Joe Max Taylor, arid members of the Galveston Police Department. It was determined that nothing could be accomplished until Uie roadgrader could be brought in and Uie search was postponed until Monday. Brenda Approaches ngth urricane FETUS FOUND DURING SEARCH ON BKACH STAFTrllOTO HV I.IM> V From Left: Chief U.K. Lack, K.U. Porter, Joe Max Taylor, ttcidie Burke Nixon Out To Restore ___ :_ _______ kniiinii n! ars MIAMI i LTD Tropical storm Mri'iida. expected to rc.'K'h full hurricane force in the (Julf uf Mexico Sunday. lashed the noi ill coast of the Yucatan Peninsula with rough si'as and winds near hurricane force Saturday uighl. Uremia. Hit second tropical storm of tlif season, appeared [HKSihly headed for hind in Texas or Mexico, along llir Hull of Mi'xiro. hul not before At Id p.m. KDT, the storm was (Tnt'-H'd 1W mik's east u! Mt-rida. Mexico ami about links >ouUicast nf OH pus Chnsli. Tex near latitude 21.It iMirili and l.JimiMidc ilT.t wt-M U moving north-n'iUliwfst at mill's an Imur and was exacted Ui hold that course Ihrmigh Hit1 night. Highest winds were miles .m hour, witli a few ni-ar luinicain.' f'irrf -74 in.p.h nr tnoiT from a military plain1 --liitw Dial the eye uf Hii'irda moved over the ex- irciiH.' nnrllu-a-it lip i't Ihc Yucatan IVmnsula this eve- ning. juM north u( Island." said Dr. Ncarl Frank, assistant director of the Nation- al Hurricane Center. "dales willi squalls near hurricane force and rough seas will continue to lash Uie northern shore of Uie Yucatan Peninsula throughout most of the night." The Hurricane Center said News To Publish Volunteer Needs There is a continuous need (or volunteers to help those less loi lunate members ol the community through various agencies ami organizations Hocansc Hie volunteer is so vital to tlie operation ol many groups, the Galveston Daily News will begin wcckl'v listing ol volunteer needs hy area c.'iganizations. Tilled 'someone Needs You." the listing will each Sunday and listings will be accepted Iron] all honallde. organisations dedicated to helping members of the community. If vour organization needs volunteers, please prepare a typed release" indicating the type of help needed, a short desenplion of what youi program does, tlic mine ol your organization and a plume numhcr for volunteers to call. This malcnM may be sent o, broiiehl to the News office, lull it must reach the editorial department hy n n m. Thursday in order to be included in the Sunday listing. KEY B1SCAYNE. Fla MIPH While his lawyers fought off legal altempts to gain access in Wilh polls finding only one in Watergate scandal three Americans approve Uie him. ray he is handling his job. the legal auempis 10 gain   tapes of his Watergate-related President was reported by Ins conversations. President Nixon mapped his own campaign Saturday in the court of public aides to be on the VLTRC ol vigorous campaign I" restore public confidence in his leader- ship and demonstrate that the Press Secri'tary Ce raid L Warren said Nixon spent most of Saturday in tti Nt-rt first appearance since July I1 Nixun. who nrrivcii Friday, will m stud} of his bayside home here1 Orlear.-   Tin kickback invi'stiH.'tlnm is reportedly ecu- teml on actliities duiiui! Apncw's term as Maryland Eovcrnur and as Vice I'rtsi- dent B.liiman. ;i slatt' scnalor. is running in a sfiecial electicn Ifi pick ,1 slicccssiir to tin' late Hep V.'illi.im 0 Mills. Il-Md Kim i.nnmitled suicide last May after n was was (nnni-li'd Kil" tus campaipi liy 'lie I'onnillUee (or the llorle.-'.inn ol the I'H'-lili-nl and never In notes lett to several friends, (lie congressman said he was mnocenl hill lllouulll lu' could not prove it. Ironically, an audit ordered hy Ihe state board of elections has failed to find any liaie of the SB.OOO Agnow also echoed President Nixon and Auricullure Vcto- l.iry Earl UuU. in s.iyms it is lime to forget "It iF time to fiet on with Hie business of uuveininK. the business ol leading we've had clloliull nf Sec ACNKW. aides with him were White chief nl st.nfl Alexander M Haic .Ir. I'ress Sctrclary Ronald I. Ziegler and speech- wrcler Patrick .1 Uuchanan, rcporudlv chief architect of (lie Picsidenl's strategy lor copini; with the most serious of Ins career Outlines ol the plan are foecmnirie. to emerpe. Hasicallv. Nixon is askian people In loiiM instead of torqive. to put Ihe Waterpaic si'andal in perspec- tive beside other areas u( nalional concern. He sounded this theme in bis lout: awaited address In the nation Wednesday coiicediim in stronger terms tiri'i ever before thai the nation's leadership was found- ering because nf ils preoccupa- tion wilh the scandal He vigorously asserted own innocence of wrongdoing and asked the public to join him in demanding that the Senal'j investigating coinmiUee tun! its hearings, allow the courts l" punish the guilty and with the Government At the same time, his lawyers fought ourl suils filed by both special prosecutor Archibald Sec NIXON, Page 6A conditions should improve along Uie Yucatan coast as Brenda moves into Uie Gulf of Mexico. The rapid strengthening ob- served Saturday afternoon was expected to abate Saturday niRhl as the center moved across the northeast tip of the Yucatan Peninsula. "However Brenda will proba- bly become a full-blown burri- r.i'np over thf> soulh-cenlral Gulf nf Mexico Frank said. Marino interests over the central and western Gulf were advised to stay in close touch with future storm advisories. Hrenda formed rapidly in Uie Yucatan channel between Mex- ico and Cuba Saturday after- noon from a tropical depi ession. The birth of the slurm was photographed from earth orbit by the Skylab 2 astronauts. Brenda was, expected to continue west -northwest through the Gulf of Mexico Sunday after crossing the Yucatan Peninsula, but was not expected to reach land again until Tuesday at the earliest. A spokesman for the Hurricane Center said Bn-nda might hit Uie western Gulf coast any- where from Corpus Christi to Tampicu, Mexico, if it kepi the same general course. The last hurricane to hit Uie Texas coast was Fern, a minimal hurricane that came ashore at MataBordo and Uien moved parallel to Uie coast before heading inland at Corpus Land Expresses Doubts JL Oicck These WHAT DO voting people want out of life'.' Six of tlicMii speak Oil! PilRClIJ. CUSTOMS director n-calls Uie wild days of PngeSA. Other Features Hfachcnmber..... Coin Corner...... Crossword Deaths Karl Editorials........ I'roni Here to There Horoscope Service Salute..... Sports........... TV l.istinps....... Want Arfs........ Weather......... News JA 8A 9C .CA 7A 2C 21) 8D 4A 1-6B 21) .1.71) 5A 3-7C HjLOIUUlNKWOLK News Correspondent CIIYSTAI. 11KACI1 frysliil !i. Land mdiraU'il ho had little chalK'nfle (if the Ic'R.-dily uf ,i voti liv two olher Kriilay I" appruvi" ulfsliuii" dnllinB [ictmit wuuW kecpi fiwirtr Milrlii-11 in any utliiT drilling cDmpanies Irinn olilainuiR unless citizens ul Crystal Bi'lirh (iiniu-il to voit-e their fipmions Land is tci hold up uffshore drillings permits in an effort to ohlniii natural lias lor Ihc town ol Crystal Beach. Hi" said he feels sure" m .-illilnde ot no pas nu li> tile town counril would help He walked nut of the eouni-il ineetinf I'Ynlay lllRhl iK'fore Uie mallei could rome to a vole statnif! a decision wonlu lie illepal because the only Uvu iiK-niliels at Uie meeting would nut constitute a (jiinruin Before he walked out ol the meeting. I-anri questioned GMA representatives almul the hilltv ol them lending tlieir aid m ohlaininp natural gas for the town. lie was told that all gas from 15MA offshore wells wiUiin the corporate limits was deiiiuiicd to specific pipeline companies and that GMA had no control over the gas. Crystal Beach Mayor Eitdie Hohinson said Satuiuav he was sure I-1 inghl's vote was legal. "As far as 1 was coneeincd tilt-re was a quorum. There were three there at the In-ginning ol [he meeting. When he il.andi left in a case like Uiat he took a no vote orahstained." All Three Isle Solons SAN ANTONIO. Tex. iUPI> Women and minority men legis- scored the highest by standards of the Texas Women's Political Caucus on six key women's rights issues voted on in the last legislature. According lo Uie rating re leased Saturday by State C.iucus Uuector Cathy Humid. U itouse members 'only 9.5 per rent! and 15 Senators (50 prr seined 100 [K-r cent en six K Mies the TWIT I'l-puled as vi tal lo women "II .should be noled thai tlic House, dealt with much more controversial women's issues than the Senate." Ms. Uonner said. "Also, most of our legis- lation uripmaled in the House rather than the Senate." The issues on which voting leconK of Ihc lawmakers were judged included ImimMcud ex- emption .Hid i sin gle child IMIU and de- velopment U-gisUinn funded on the stale level, lannly planning .sei vices. iTfdil discrimination against women, discriminatory laws that work apiint women CC Schools Open Monday; Expected nt thrmiftli third cnidcs. I'lcincnUirv schools, and tht- LKAC.l'E CITY The Clear Creek Independent Schnol District will open the 1973-74 school year ftith a new intermediate school' and a plnjrrlvd districl enrollment of I3.50IP students, alwul more than were emolled lasl yeai The' first day of school will lie a full day of classes, according lo Lloyd It Kerguson. superintendent. Teachers repor- ted last Tuesday for four days of preparation before classes resume The opening of the district's third intermediate school. Clear Lake Inlcimediate, will coincide with the new school year .mil raise to 14 the total number ol schools in Clear Creek districl Located on a 211-acie trad at the comer of El Camino Heal and El Dorado in Clear I.akr City, the new school will serve students living ill the alien- dance areas of Clear Lake CMy and ti II. Whilcomb Kit-men tary schools in ('leal Lake City. Students living in Ihe alien- dance areas of League City and James Haydn lioss Elementary schools in League City anil Margaret McWhinei Elementary and Webster Primary School in Webster will attend Ihe Webster Intermediate School. Seabrook Intermediate serves students living in Ihc allendanre areas o! James I' Hay Women tary. Seabrook. LaVacc Stewart. Kemah; and Kdward II. While All mtcimtMli.'ilr schftols of tlie Clear I'rtrk district [Tovidy phifjnuns fur the .-ixth. st'vcnih lloth the Clear Creek High School. League (.'ily. :ind Lokc ilifih School, Clear Like Cily. ,'iic foui year Infill schools Hie through I2lh grades. Tin- clt'inonlary sdmols. with (In- of Primary and KtomenUiry, cnntain the kmdrignrlen thiouph fifth grades Wohstor Primary is a kinderg.irli'n Ihroiigh third school, and MeWhirtt-r Kh-iiicnt.trv has fourth and fifth Schnol hours arc 8.30 a.m. in p for student nf Ihe fnsl through third grades, and 8 30 to a m. for fourth and tiflh glades in Ihe cli-menlary schools liilermedlale studcm.-. allend classic from 8 .mi. I" 3 pm and high school classes arc held liom 9 a.m. lo 4 p.m. Kindergarten, offered free lo children of Ihe Clear Creek Schnol District for Ihe 20 years, will he a part ol the stale suppoiled school program llus year in keeping with recent stale legislation. Children who are five years old on or before Sept 1 are eligible to attend half day kindergatlen classes The morning session will be from Id 11 1ft a.Ill at all I'lcmcnlarv schools, and Ihe afUTlii'im will he fiom 12.4f> Ii' 3 30 p m wilh Ihe exception of Wchslcr Primary whore Ihc afternoon session will start at I! :i m and end 3 311 p m Free bus transportation on stale approved routes is offeied to students of all grades, including kindergarten, who reside outside a two mile ladius of the r-rhi'o! .il'.end Nulrilious hot lunches are sold in all of the school cafeterias. Tlic rost is 50 cents for elemen- tary students and GO cents for secondary students. A v.uiety of ala carle items are .tlsn available in the school-. and additions and changes to the larnily code. Duly two of the five women in Uie House. Reps. Chris Mil- ler of Kort Worth and Sarah Weddington of Austin, scored 100 per cent. Both are TWPC membci.v Caucus President Helen Cas- sidy told a news conlerence Saturday ihe less than 1110 prr Belated Story, 1'agtfiA cent rating on part of the other tin ee female represenlalwes shimed that "hrains are not de- termined gender" and that "education" of Ihe olher women iv needed deceiving per coin ralings in the House were Heps. Baker, lialvi-sion. A Hall. Illusion: Harris, C.alveslon. Jones. Hous- ton: Leland. Houston. Mattox, Dallas. Menefce. Houston; Mil- ler. For I Worth. Nichols. Hous- ton; Heyes, Houston. Rodriguez, McAllen; Waters. Houston; Wai- son, Deer Park, and Wedding- ton. Austin Hated perfect in the upper chamljer were Sens. McNight, Adams. Harring- ton, Perl Arlhur. Moore, Hryan; Wallace. Houston: Garnmage, Houston; Flrooks. Pasadena; Andjujar. Fort Worth; Braeck- lem. Dallas; Calves- ton. Kolhinann. San Antonio. Man A. Dallas. Utnporia, Kdin- htirg: Sanliesteban. El Paso and Hiphlower. Vernon   

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