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Baytown Sun, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1967, Baytown, Texas The and birr i Hai ill to the the Capon trek Eta of Cut orca Eaton the bum of Kez the gnome Mobile weekend edition vol 22 77520 1967 Telephone number 5821302 per copy a president Dies funeral services were held at 3 Friday at serve Gast Kopf funeral Home in Houston for who died at 10 thursday at Holly Hall Home in she was the wife of who served As mayor of Goose Creek from 1935 to 1943l he pre ceded the late former mayor the Meeks moved to Houston 10 years Reading club Peter Katt will read from the Book the the Witch and the wardrobe Hysi Lewis to members of the summer Reading club from to monday at Sterling municipal Library Audi has surgery miss Eula assist ant principal at Robert Lee High was reported rest ing comfortably at Baytown Hospital miss Potter underwent surgery at fort Gordon Willie son of and Joseph Baldwin of has completed an eight week Telephone switchboard operator course Ai the army Southeastern signal school at fort Cedar Bayou band seventh and eighth Grade members of the Cedar Bayou band will begin practice together from 8 to Mon 21 at Cedar Bayou Junior sixth Grade Bane members will begin rehearsals from 10 to on Mon Morton Speaks Baytown Oty Engineer Jack Morton spoke at the Houston water purification Plant at a regu Lar meeting of the Sam Houston water and sewage association he talked on Bay towns efforts toward7 pollution Hayes to teach Winston Hayes Baytown will be one of the teachers in the Southeast Texas regional Short school to be held at Bellaire Community Hall on tuesday and wednes Day of next he will speak tuesday afternoon on the topic municipal water weather and tides considerable cloudiness and warm with scattered Thun Ders Lowers is the Baytown area weekend weather fore temperature Range sex 7085 Galveston of tides sunday will be High at and at no Low Galveston tides monday be High at 6 and at 11 pm no Low ground Montreal Oil dump loading ramp on fire Enjay addition chemical had another Biff drum to beat for future business when this one was added at its Baytown Plant the vessel is part new equipment be ins installed in no expansion of the plants poly olefin unit the expansion will increase the units capacity for polypropylene production by 50 per making it one of the largest polypropylene plants in the completion of the scheduled for Early next will better enable Enjay to meet the growing demand for this plastic resin product which is used in a Large number of including injection folded Arti cles for the automotive and the manufacture of films and College to pay sixth of City to pave streets near the City Council has agreed to resurface Republic and Humble streets and Opan them into the Lee College Cam pus on a share Cost the streets will provide exits and entrances to two parking ots soon to be constructed on the East Side of the Campus and nto the vocational technical building parking which is expected to be completed with in two the total As presented to the City Council is estimated at Richard presi Dent of the said a recommendation will be presented to the Board of regents at the 24 meeting for the College District to pay one sixth of this he said the College cannot spend Money to improve Public streets How the College owns property abusing one of the streets and can pay their share of the Cost just like any other property this will amount to about he he said the College regents requested that the roads be paved from the Whiting inter Section to the Lee College Cam pus there will be no Cross Campus the College expects the parking lots on the Side of the Campus to help j alleviate the heavy traffic on which must now take care of All the Campus the 75car parking lot for the technical vocational vill empty onto american the other two parking ots will take care of about 183 Rosalie Myers helps with some background information for a news Story to Anderson gets a lot of com on her picture in the paper Katie King qui the farm Long enough to vis in Gresham mis Gresham and Gresh Tod of Baytown return from where they visited her Virgil Wood Crum and family for three weeks Gresham flies to Canada to represent the Carpen ters local 1334 at a convention and Tours expo 67 while Happy birthday wishes to Kathy Jackie Karen Harvey and Virginia Ricky Trifill and Bryan car Ter leave Baytown for san puerto Rico with plans return Home on 3 Armsworth already with plans for summertime activities at the Myca Dave Tracht attends his first meeting As a new member of the Baytown Parks Redrea we install Ford a Elf Matic air Courtesy Ford Baytown mans parents among 4 kitted in wreck Whitehouse up the parents of a Baytown Man killed in a Beadore collision near this East Texas town about 5 two other persons were also novy and his Mina Hampton me were killed instantly they Are the parents of w Mcelroy of 405 also killed in the collision o the two cars were Dennis Mau Rice and Richard c All four of the victims were residents of funeral services for the my Elroy will be held at 2 sunday at Henry methodist Chapel in directed by Forrester funeral Minnie wife of one of the was in ser ious condition at a Tyler Hospital investigators said the Sutton automobile apparently was on the wrong Side of Texas 110 when the crash Sutton was an employee of a Tyler hospitals emergency he died there shortly after the the Mcelroye and Sutton had been to Tyler on a shopping Sutton was in route to Strahan the regents have approved the construction of the two parking lots and some in Bonds have been sold for this he the bids on construe Tion will be opened at 4 29 and construction is expected to begin in the first Par of Bay onion Mike Powers in Pilot solos arabs View nationalizing Oil interests Syria a a Panaras economic conference was reported saturday to have agreed on a gradual nationalization of and British wed Oil companies operating n the Arab dispatches from the iraqi capital portrayed this agree ment As a Compromise which aved the five Day conference a los Sibily shattering clash be Ween leftist and conservative Vrab the conference is seeking to a Down a unified program for collective Arab economic War against allegedly Vestern Powers in a bid to Force an israeli withdrawal from Arab areas captured during the re Middle East recommendations will go be Ore an Arab Summit for Fina the Summit is Tenta vely scheduled for 29 in the leftist regimes of Iraq Algeria and Syria were pressing card for outright nationalization it once of american and British Oil producing Arab states sue As saudi Kuwait and Libya were reported reluctant to run the risk losing thei major sources j of the conference agreed that Arab governments concerned Steg in As co British com panics through these govern ments Oil the reports at the beginning Arab governments would buy appropriate shares of companies these shares would then be gradually increased until the National Oil companies would re lace entirely the Western Oil the reports saudi Arabia and q have their stat Bowne Ira raq have their stat owned National Oil companies already established and Libya reported y told the conference she will set up a National Oil Mike Powers has the big Day was on 2 at Saufley Field in where the former Baytown youngster is taking flight train in the naval air training Young is a son of and John pow Mike Powers naval flying Cadet 2 and is a 1361 graduate of Robert prior to entering the Servic earlier in the Mike Grad at eco from notre Dame with major in biology and had stared work on a graduate Degre in business at the University of Mike has a Pat pow and a be who with her Husban is a student at the University of new Mexico in Albuquerque Pat has attended Edwards University in Mike had an outstanding rec Ord As a Bayt Wii h was a cheer Leader at Cedar Bayou Junior High and late lettered in football and track a Robert he was an Eagle scout and won Many scout Hon with the first phase of his Nav Al air training having been com mikes now being sen to Whiting Field at Fla 30 Miles from Mike in 1966 was an aide t Walter Mondale from Minnesota and toured with him in his successful at notre Mike player miss Bettye to and Counselor at Ross Sterl ing High study Glenn Dews schedule with him to make sure he has All is and wanta for the upcoming school Counselor Are helpline with schedule choices and plans orientation set for freshmen at Sterling word was yet no on whether the con Ference had reached agreement on an proposal that of see Page 2 Rel yearbooks to be distributed Robert Lee High school the Lee will be distributed beginning tuesday morning in the Rel the schedule begins at with the juniors May pick up their yearbooks irom 9 to 10 and Sopho mores and freshmen Are slate from 10 to 11 those who missed the regular time or who Are picking up yearbooks for friends Are to be there from 11 to those who can not pick up their books at the designated times May get their yearbook at the main office from noon tuesday until the office closes and during office hours the remainder of the students Are to have with them the Pink receipts for Iden by Alan Sitf Horeb the guidance department at loss Sterling High school will Lold an orientation session to acquaint freshmen with school policies and general Plant layout rom 9 to 11 tuesday and from 2 to 4 wednesday at the assemblies will be held in auditorium to Supply Regis action information and introduce office a student will also Welcome the freshmen and explain How Sterling is differ ent from other Junior schools and nigh Winnie along with assistant principals Roy White and Don Treuhardt will explain subject club operation a lunch they will also discuss registration school rules and use of school such As the Patio and coach Roland Kudla will talk about participation in school athletics and school spirit at school and during off Campus sports the color ritual will also be the ritual involves the pasting of school song and prayer with prayer response from the the ritual be gins All choir members from the Sterl ing stars and Sterling band will be on hand to assist with the the two programs Are being planned by the counselling department at the coun Selorus will Supply information about four year plans and explain guidance department Counselor this year Are miss Bettye to Nitch Seaborn Cravey and Marion our world from a Aires the new York Board of directors of Shamrock of Gas and Dia mond Alkali of give tentative agree Munt to a merger of the two soaking showers spread a Damp shroud huge chunks of dry Texas and a new cold front brings Promise of More Stearns county sheriff Peter relying largely on accounts by the surviving father and persons attracted by the presses his investigation onto the deaths of five this life is for squirrels the Center of attention in the 700 Block of Inwood this week is a brother Madam Squirrel was discovered strolling along in one of the Yards and not Only consented to being fed by the neighbourhood but also allowed a few pats on the those quickly forming a be kind to squirrels society include Elizabeth Goodman and Mary Jane both Carolyn Baggett and Kath Ryn both and Kay the girls Al so allowed Barbara to assist the Baggetto reside at 700 Inwood and the Goodman at 703 the new described by tie girls As a Mother Squir has been named Moochy is now feasting on pecans scattered Over both like i take one to forget the other firefighters try to limit spreading Montreal a fire that tarted at a loading ramp turned storage depot into a raging inferno Early tames and Clouds of dense smoke billowed hundreds of feet the about 200 firemen fought to control the which threat ened huge tanks of fuel of and gasoline More than eight hours after the first alarm was turned i shortly after the fire broke out at the Calex my depot on notre Dame treet it apparently started As a 3vooogallon Oil truck was discharging fuel into a storage within minutes the Yard was a mass of exact cause of the Blaze was not one report said a three Inch from the storage tank remained spewing burning fuel into the but fire k Rector Elphege Hamel said this was not the whose Orange glow was visible for Miles in the night was peppered with expo firemen aimed hoses at nearby tanks to keep them cooled at Sunrise a heavy Black pall lung Over the area and stretched Tor Miles toward the Center of the Long after Daylight the Glaze still was out of the Calex Yard has a total capacity of 25 million Gallons of How much was in the depot at the time of the outbreak was not one unidentified company worker suffered Burns and was taken to a several fire men were overcome by among the hundreds of spectators were a number of fire chiefs from across in Montreal to attend the 59th an Nual conference of the Canadian association of fire members Minnesota Tam the hazy smog that choked much of the Seaboard is gone for the moot in the skip per of a chinese freighter who was told to haul Down a Flag quoting Mao Tseung or leave port six still there bombarding the Harbor authorities with Michigan George Romney tells a group of asian experts the United must not erect useless and arbitrary barriers to communist chivas Normal Partl i potion in world a third Man has died Ai a result of the fire thursday at the Atlantic Richfield re finery near port communist terrorists Plant a bomb then hurl More explosives in Hong injuring five rap militant Black Power is held in lieu bail on a fed eral firearms he accused of carrying a carbine on airline flights Between theres Musick for Baytown kids lunch by Johnella Boynton the Baytown woman who has kids for lunch five Days a week was Back at her desk this she was not at All ruffled about the Busy months ahead of Edythe who directs the operation of Bay school already has her september menus plan Ned and has ordered most of the food for the cafeterias to serve for the next three and a whopping big grocery order her shopping list read something like this 610 pounds of pounds of whole Kernel pounds of Green pounds of sliced pounds of pounds of pounds of Green but planning menus and or Dering the groceries is Only a part of Edythe musics she directs a staff of 86 regular cafeteria employees and is responsible for the financial accounting of the food service operation in Bay town schools is big business and is getting bigger each last the districts cafeterias grossed and served that was 052 More lunches than were served the previous the cafeterias Are supposed to operate on a non profit but also not to lose Mon last year the cafeterias finished the year in the Black with a Small amount left Over for replacement of Musick has been director of the cafeterias for 14 and during that period Edythe Musick she has seen participation in the cafeterias she is justifiably proud of the fact that during the 15 de spite higher costs and increased the cafeterias have not raised their food prices and in some cases have lowered we can do it simply because of increased she sex whenever you have an increase in you can operate More she admits that the cafeterias lose Money on their unit lunch which is a planned balanced lunch with no Choice but includes a meat a vege a a serving of enriched bread and pint of in Flavoured the lunches sell for 25 cents in the elementary 30 cents in the Junior schools and 35 cents in the High but the cafeterias make up for the loss on the unit lunches by a profit from the other students May order plate with a variety of including hamburgers and hot dogs and a variety of in addition to the cafeterias also have a mid morning nutritional in the Junior schools and High schools breakfast is also serv Musick thinks that Tho National trend in school food service is toward serving break fast in All but she Points out that some Baytown cafeterias have already been doing this for More than 22 heaviest participation in the cafeterias comes on Friday s lbs Renews Vietnam War policy stand Washington Cap presi Dent Johnson has unveiled a new farm policy while standing Pat on an old policy for Viet at his first broadcast telecast news conference in 5vt Johnson said Friday he thinks the Farmers Are on the Short end of the stick and should have the right to bargain collectively for better prices for their the president the Farmer gets a smaller percentage of the Dollar for the food that he produces for us than in any other i would very much Hope that the administration at some Date in the reasonably near future could find some legislation that a would give to the Farmer a Means of bargaining reasonably and collectively As we permit workers to in a totally different Johnson told a Congress rumbling with More complaints than Praise that it has a Builtin remedy if it thinks he has handled the vietnamese War unwisely or that would be to invoke a pro vision for cancellation in a 1364 adopted after warships were attacked in the Gulf of the Resolution overwhelmingly backed the president in preventing further not since March 9 had a nationwide audience been Able to look and listen in on a Johnson news conference from living rooms and rocking chairs across the the conference entered pretty much on Vietnam and to a lesser extent on Domestic of to the extent american coun Sel is sought and advice Fol we Are going to do everything we can to see that have an free and fair election in said John but it is not our election we Are not running said the president a apparent response to congressional fears that the 3 South Viet namese elections May be rigged 1

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