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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 1, 1982, Tokyo, JapanMonday november 1, 1982 Pacific stars and stripes Michael g. Colantono a senior who has Bee Active for three years in student government and the Gay students association was elected by the89-member undergraduate Council. He Defeated six other student Council traditionally considered ineffectual was replaced recently by the More powerful undergraduate Council the first student government body authorized to collect tuition fee for its $60,000 budget. The Northeast Maryland sex gov. Mandel disbarred Annapolis my. A the Maryland court of appeals after a unanimous decision has ordered former gov. Marvin Mandel disbarred Asa lawyer because of his conviction on Federal mail fraud and racketeering state attorney grievance commission which investigates complaints against lawyers had sought to bar Mandel from resuming his Law practice in s License to practice Law had been suspended since his 1977 Bench chief judge j. Harold Grady ruled May 3 that Mandel had violated five stat disciplinary rules for lawyers in connection with his 62-year-old Mandel was released in december from the Federal prison at Eglin air Force base in Florida after having served 19 months of a three year sentence. President Reagan commuted the sentence. Mandel was convicted along with five others of mail fraud and racketeering charges in a scheme to obtain favourable racing dates for Marlboro race course which was owned by some friends of his. Pennsylvania ignorance wins in landslide Bloomsburg a up in a gambit that could have Cost $600, a newspaper wagered that most voters in Eastern Pennsylvania s let District could t name their candidates for the . House of morning press of Bloomsburg apparently played its Hunch newspaper said Only six of 120 people questioned in Berwick Bloomsburg and Danville correctly identified rep. James Nelligan r-pa., and democratic challenger Frank Harrison when offered $5 to name the candidates. We did t lose much Money reported the newspaper which conducted the Experiment on the suspicion that interest in politics was at anal time the newspaper said some of the people who correctly identified Nelligan did not know the name of his democratic opponent. 4-year strike finally Over Wilkes Barre a. A a four year walkout against the Wilkes Barre publishing co. Ended when a Federal labor official upheld thed certification of the last two unions representing striking employees a company executive decision by Peter w. Hirsch regional director of the National labor relations Board affects the printing Pressman and assistants Union local 137 and the stereotypes Union local 139. No striking employees of the publishing company voted on dec. 3, 1980, to de certify the unions. However Legal challenges have delayed decision. The two unions along with the newspaper Guild and the International typographers Union went on strike in october 1978. Massachusetts Harvard group elects a Gay Cambridge mass. A Harvard univer sity s new undergraduate Council has elected a homosexual As its first president. The South Florida Orlando to install water savers Orlando Fla. A the City Council will spend $564,000 to install water saving devices in All 41,000 Homes in Orlando cutting water use some 20 percent and saving the City and con Sumers water and electricity Bills should decrease by about $8 a month officials said an the City will save Money because the demand for sewage treatment will be is one of the first cities nationwide to give All residents such devices Council member Tom Brownlee said. A Pilot program last summer showed the devices which restrict the flow of water in taps showers and toilets Cut water consumption by 18percent to 20 percent. $65 painting sold for $95,000 Jacksonville Fla. A when Flea Market operator Ken Gantley saw the painting of hummingbirds and Flowers it was dirty an needed restoring but he bought it for $65. The painting sold was sold for $95,000 at a auction by rotheby Parke Bernet s auction House in new knew Art very Well said a Friend Bill Harling of Merritt Island. The sad thing is the Day afterwards he Gantley operated the Bayard Flea Market South of Jacksonville with his in Laws. He bought the painting from a woman who brought it to his business about a month ago. The painting was a 19th-Century work by american artist Martin Johnson head entitled humming Birds and passion Flowers Harlin said. Another Friend of Gantley s painting was not signed by the artist was not in its original Frame and needed restoration. For that reason several Orlando antique dealers did not take Gantley up on his offer to sell the painting for $750. Thinking he had nothing to lose Gantley sen the painting to new York. Ken and his wife had always just gotten by the Friend said. And now at least he lived to see the painting sold. He always said that one Day in his lifetime he was going to make a Good performed the ceremony was suspended. And hews the Only one who had his clothes on. But after several decades with a reputation Asa sin City across the Ohio River from Cincinnati Newport will try for some measure of respect with a Law against nude dancing that recently took Law says that All nightclub dancers must be Clad at least in pasties and re tired of being ridiculed said mayor Irene Deaton. We want to rid ourselves of several decades ago Newport earned reputation As a Haven for wide open gambling. Newport a sort of Gritty forerunner to la vegas sported Garish nightclubs that not Only attracted big name entertainment but also gamblers strippers and prostitutes. We be had a tainted past lamented the Nelson. We need to raise our level of s Nudie club operators however have vowed to fight the new Law in court. There could be a lot of lawsuits. Newport has 15 nude dance clubs. North Carolina 2 cat nappers sent to jail Beaufort . Up two women who abducted a tomcat named cry baby and held him for $18,000 Ransom have been sentenced to prison terms by a judge who admonished them for preying on a pet owner s court judge David e. Reid or. Sentenced Sherri Styron 19, and Ava g. Willis 21,both of markers Island. Styron was sentenced to one year in prison and Willis to 18 to testimony the women broke into the Home of Raymond and Charles Guthrie onh arkers Island and took cry baby one of the Brothers six baby was found unharmed under a fish Basket in a Remote area of the Island. Protesters cleared of traffic tie up Warrenton . A a leading opponent of the Warren county pc Landfill was found innocent of impeding traffic during protest demonstrations and the prosecutor promptly dismissed similar charges against 51 Ferruccio president of Warren county citizens concerned about pc was acquitted on grounds that there was not a regular flow of traffic on the Road leading to the Landfill at the time of his arrest. The ruling cleared the Way for the dismissal of charges of impeding traffic against 51 other people arrested with Ferruccio on sept. 15, the Day state officials began filling the Landfill with dirt containing pc laced Oil. Kentucky sin City embarks on cleanup Newport by. Up a few years ago there was a nude wedding in Newport. The Bride and Groom both employees of nightclub that featured nude dancing thought it appropriate to get hitched in the Buff. Several other members of the wedding party were naked All came off rather routinely in a town infamous for the bizarre. The Only response Camea few Days later when the Justice of the peace who Tennessee playing Post office Lookout Mountain Tenn. Up the message scrawled on the Back of the letter said temporarily lost. the postmark on the front of the cracked yellow envelope was aug. 8, 1947. Thirty five years after it was air mailed the letter that Tennis pro Welby Van Horn wrote to his wife was returned to the thought it ought to be delivered. After All they paid first class postage on it. We try to give Good service even if it is late Lookout Mountain postmaster Wayne Guffey letter was sent to Guffey last week from the Fountain City Post office station near Knoxville. Van Horn had mailed the letter from Lookout Mountain where he was teaching Tennis to his wife in Fountain City about 100 Miles away. South Carolina swifter than the average Bear Jacksonboro . Up boo boo millionaire Ted Turner s pet Bear has been on the Loose for More than two weeks but May return to Captivity on her own the wife of Turner s Plantation manager think she s starting to wander More in search of food and her homing instinct May be taking Over Carolyn Godley said. The 250-Pound boo boo who escaped from Heron acre pen oct. 12, leaving behind her mate Yogi was spotted again Godley saw tracks of her but were unable to find her she said. Then some people spotted her but she went Back into the

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