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Baytown Sun, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Baytown, Texas Flood control Bond election polls open until 7 saturday the Sun and Spurlock 403 Schilling to the Branson this Coupon for two tickets when presented the Bomson Box Good through july now stowing How Sweet it is Aptton Over readers every Day weekend edition vol 29 number 4228302 july 1968 77520 Tan copy swimming course Junior and senior lifesaving will be offered at the Baytown Saiga from 7 to 9 Mon tuesdays and thursdays beginning the course is open to the Public and the Only charge will be for the required interested per sons should Register at the Vietnam assignment airman first class Allan son of and Eugene Hill of c7i duty at Phu cat air Force an autopilot is a 1964 Grad uate of Channelview High school and attended Lee in Hospital Opal Kader is in room 115 at Gulf coast Hospital and can have Shimek promoted Al Jimmy son of and Lawrence Shimek of was promoted in one of the largest promotion Cere monies in the history of the 7th military police two e4s were promoted to ten 13 2s were promoted to and Twenty one e3s were promoted to Shimek is stationed in wins award Sair Force airman first class Ronald son of Mott of Houston and Roy Fleming of Bay is a member of the 58th weather reconnaissance squad Rutland which Lias won the air weather serv ices Center award for air Man a Jet engine me is a graduate of West Orange High school in weather tides showers 1veekem3 weather in the Baytown area is expected to be about the same As it has been during the week continued Cloudy to partly possibility of daytime 30 per temperature Range Low 70s to Low Galveston tides sunday will be High at and no and at and Galveston tides monday will be High at and and Low at Iris Gloriette trip and Dean and sons Larry and Lloyd have returned from attending the music leadership conference Anc women missionary Union Ference at Glorietta Baptist As new Optimist speaker say town evening Optimist club will meet at 7 Mon Day at the Ken Perse City Parks and recreation will speak on pro posed Parks and recreation for Howell Home 5 Mark son of and mrs Howell of 4 is Home on leave from South Fol lowing his he wiil re port to fort Hood new memberships Robert Lee brigadier will accept applications for new membership through Sophomore and Junior girls with averages of 80 or above Are application Blanks May be picked up at the school the corps will meet at 2 continued on Page 2 around Holloway gets recognition from a computer Pete and Carolyn Piazza Are enjoy ing their first trip to Baytown and the first to Texas for there seeing the sights under the direction of Jim and Fay Carolyn is jims Glyn Tiller describes a recent trip to a College in fort Worth Dorothy Ammons momentarily misplace her car Fred Brooks diving from the elks Lodge Pool Rufus Bergeron greets an old Friend Jennifer Timmons enjoys a City councilman Albert fanes Tiel says Hes a canal Curtis is the new pastor of the Christian and missionary Alliance Church in Bay town Martha Jane huddle shops in Jack 102 Lake is at Home after minor surgery at North Shore the Maurice aliens of formerly of visit Barbara May always cheer Chris and Holly Enlil make trip to the Sun tickets on Sale Here for dinner honouring Wallace tickets Are on Sale at the american party Headquarters at 303 Gulf to a Din Ner for presidential candidate George Wallace of Alabama to be held at 6 6 in the Rand ballroom of the Rice hotel in Frank american party Headquarters said saturday the tickets Are Selling like hotcakes and that persons planning to attend the dinner should Contact Here As soon As Abbey said that a rally is being planned for Wallace and his entourage at s g at Delmar stadium in hous All american party members and other Bayton ians Inte Retei in former wallaces Candi Dacy for the presidency Are invited to the Abbey the american party moved its Headquarters saturday from 1300 main to 309 Beach City annexed area this map shows the territory that will be annexed by the City of Beach City after an agreement is signed Between it and the Sty of the broken show the area to be it lies Between pm Road 565 and Trinity Bay North of Beach it contains this map was prepared for the Baytown Sun by City Engineer Jack Morton City backing moves cd panel to get report on cd Bridge Progress flood Bonds Vot in area is Light six month reprieve Crosby school fund Cut order is delayed the Baytown chamber of Commerce Highway committee in stage a noon luncheon at Holiday inn next wednesday to hear a report on Progress of the Cedar Bayou Bridge project Anri to plan another year of work for the committee to study and work Fred liar Man is chairman of the and Jack Jacobs Baytown Man stabbed in nighttime Street attack a steel construction worker was severely stabbed in an attack by two men and woman at about 1 sat urday in the 3400 Block of police said Edward Mur 2401 Alexander was admitted to Gulf coast Hospital for treatment of a collapsed lung that resulted from the Stab no suspects have been arrested in the assault to murder detectives patrol men James Powell and Fields found the victim was lying on a sidewalk in front of Safeway cab his shirt soaked in Hurley had walked to the cab company to ask for help after he was he said he was walking along Market when a woman stepped out from a doorway in front of she asked him if he would like a Muriel but he told her he was not be said As he tried to walk away from she began walk ing backward in front of trying to talk him into a As they walked even with an two men jumped out at Muriel told Muriel said he then began swinging and Yelling for help at the same during the fight one of the men stabbed see assault Page 2 civil service tests set for prospective firemen the Baytown civil service and modern fire commission will give an ent Rance examination to prospective firemen at 7 monday in activity room full service no service charge citizens National Bonk s Trust of the Baytown Community Robert Beman director of the civil service com said the starting salary for firemen is 5505 per applicants must be 21 to 35 years five feet eight inches and weigh 145 the height and weight should be in proportion As specified in Sec Tion 42 of the civil service rules of Beman the applicant must have a High school education or its Beman he added that applicants will need a general knowledge of fire work in the Protection of life fighting equipment and geography of he should also be Able to understand and carry out directions and act quickly and calmly in the applicant must be in Good physical condition and Able to perform the duties required by the position he is applying this is set Forth in Section 42 in the civil service rules and is determined by the civil service commissions medical Beman said application forms May be obtained from the of fice of the civil service com 122 be tween 9 and Mon Day through or from the office of the fire chief be tween 8 and 5 Mon Day through Prtt silent de Vaught has Call of the and county commissioners Ramsey i Harris county and Mccollum of Chambers county Piave been invited to mayor Seaborn Cravey will be represented by City manager Fritz we Are still hopeful that improvements on Bayway drive retain High priority in any countrywide Bond improvement p r o g r a president Vaught Cut pledges help by unanimous vote at Reg ular meeting thursday the Baytown City Council re affirmed its support of efforts by the Baytown chamber of Chambers county commissioners court and other groups to obtain state approval of a proposed Loop extending from Highway 146 in Baytown to pm Road 1405 in Chambers the Loop would necessitate construction of a Bridge across Cedar several months the City Council endorsed the proposal and pledged the cites Cooper the chamber of Commerce has supported this project for Anri it Likely will be financed by a Bounty Bond improvement the Cedar Bayou Bridge pro furnishing Access from Baytown to and from the steel will be a Loop be tween Highway 146 in Bay town and Highway 1405 Chambers Harris Coutv to and other governmental Agen cies and civic groups have petitioned the Texas Highway department to assume responsibilities for this traffic Des tined to become one of the Industrial thoroughfares in Southwest members of the Highway com Mittee Are Allen Tom con Floyd Lee Charles Little Harry Jim Albert fan Glen Waik rotary speaker Ken City Parks and recreation will speak to the Baytown rotary club at its noon meeting wednesday at the Tower on physical Herbert Lowell Grov or Jake Rutter Ard Charles also Perry Richard Harry Bob Marion my John James Bitsy Norman har grave John and Crosby cup an order chop Ping off All Federal funds to the Crosby school District for fail ure to comply with the civil rights act of 1964 has been is sued by a Federal examiner for the department of Edu cation and but the Edgar has delayed the Onier for six months to give the school District a reasonable Opportunity to try out a desegregation plan it proposed at an administrative hearing in Washington in the new plan May work or it May said How it does have a reasonable possibility of Success particularly if it is coupled with pairing As proposed by hew the districts desegregation plan a would continue the Freedom of Choice plan for All with additional provisions that the District follow Only state approved bus pro Viding no bus transportation to Crosby for White students who live nearer to the Drew school and no transportation to Drew school for negro students who Jive in the Drew school is located in the Barrett station the District would assign a minimum of 10 White teach ers to Drew school in septem Ber of the District would if Bonds Are construct new vocational buildings at the Drew Campus that would attract White students interested in vocational education to the Buttle said that Crosby cur rent Freedom of Choice approach has been a Complete failure but he was impressed with the Good intentions of the District the Crosby school Board went Over the order tuesday night with its attorney Joe Reynolds of Houston and instructed Rey nolds to file an objection to the the examiners order apparently would go into effect in six months unless the Crosby school District presents evidence by that time that its new de Segre Gaion plan is pairing refers to pairing the two schools to eliminate Grade Buttle said there was no Merit in the school districts Contention that pairing would Force the District to Tran of port students by bus to achieve racial balance in the school sys tem in violation of the civil rights see Page 2 deadline 9 applications sought for City judge Post the City of Baytown will re1 chive applications for judge of the corporation court through 5 Accord ing to an announcement Satur Day by City councilman Don chairman of the councils corporation court commit after that Hullum the whose two other members Are councilmen Andy Braswell and Ted wiil interview the Barney who has served As corporation court judge 10 has served not ice on the Council that he would like to the effective Date of his resignation was july the Date he completed 10 years of but he agreed at mayor Seaborn craves and the councils request to remain on the Bench until a replace ment could be application Blanks May be picked up at City manager Fritz Lanham office at City Hall during regular business 8 to 5 Mon Day through completed applications should be returned to the managers the Baytown City Darter provides that the City Council shall appoint the corporation court a position which now pays the corporation court com Mittee will recommend an appointment to the methodists elect new Bishop in Houston area Houston up Bishop Kenneth Copeland has been appointed Bishop of the hous ton Arra and the Gulf coast of the United meth Odist Church which i Cluries Baytown and surrounding who succeeds retiring Bishop Paul is the former Bishop of the Nebraska area of the South Cen trial the new Bishop became an elder in the methodist protest ant Church in his pastor ates included Wichita and san an he was elected to the Metho dist Episcopacy in and has been the Bishop of the Nebraska area since Bishop Copeland appoint ment was announced Friday As methodist leaders assigned their 19 Bishops to episcopal areas Bishop Copeland for four year terms at a meet ing in Oklahoma the South Central jurisdiction conference also appointed the first negro Bishop to a placed in a predominantly White and its Only Bishop from the former evangelical United Brethren a body which merged with methodists last Bishop Paul Kan Sas former eur was named to succeed retiring Bishop Angle Smith As head of the Oklahoma the Bishop Noah Moore of Houston was named to the Nebraska he had headed the Southwest area of Texas and West whose membership was the Southwest area see Page 2 Baytown yanks meet Ops number 1 team the Baytown Yankees will play Deer Parks number 1 team at 6 saturday for the championship of the Optimist teen league Baytown Deer Park Friday night the Baytown indians whipped Deer but lost the game on a forfeit because of misconduct on the in Sophomore league action the Baytown Al stars deadlocked in the District playoff Pasadena went ahead of Bay town 63 in the fourth inning when they scored four runs on two two singles and a suicide Baytown came Back with three in the or a walk and an it is now officially Albert Thomas circle1 Baytown City Council has ordered the name of Thomas Circle changed to Albert Thomas honouring the name and memory of the late Harris county a past Council named the Circle for con Gressman Thomas at a time when Many of his congressional efforts were resulting in direct benefits to Baytown and East Harris the Council Felt it had become necessary to change the name of the Circle to Albert Thomas Circle so that there would be no mistaking the fact that it was named in Honor of the late con the name Thomas circle1 was sufficient during the Harris county congressman life time when he was making frequent trips to Bay town and was one of the strongest voices county Ever had in the fewer than Ballo up to noon voting was Light in the morn ing hours Here saturday on two Harris county Bond pro but even there were Indi cations that More votes would be cast in the election than in january when one of the proposals for million in blood control improvements was Defeated by at some i votes had been cast in 11 Baytown this compares to a total vote of about cast All Day Long in 17 East Harris county boxes in county commissioner Ramsey expressed optimism on saturday morning that the flood control Bonds will be approved by but neither Ramsey or other civic leaders was will ing to guess the results on a million Road Bond proposal also on the the flood control Bonds have received wide endorsement by Harris county cities and Cham Bers of some groups have also endorsed the Road Bond but Many Vot ers have been lukewarm on see Vance 2 Post office operations Normal Here Baytown Post along with Otho Post the offices in the area and across the operated its usual window services saturday after a last minute reprieve from Baytown postmaster Neal said he was notified by Telephone Friday night to carry on with Normal window he and other postmasters had previously been instructed to Kepp windows open no More than two hours on saturday and to conduct no financial trans the departments orders were changed late Friday after the Senate voted to exclude the Post office department for a wide personnel the department said it would wait another week be fore curtailing its services to give the time to Nea said it was not Neces Varv for him to Call Post of see Page 2 trustees to set Date for october election by Boynton the school Board monday night will officially Call an elec Tion for 5 to name Torti new trustees to the and it appears that school George Gentry and the in april of 1965 in records eff trustees elected in october King polls that turned out More Wisl serve a three year than j terms of trustees now serving the three new trustees switch were extended automatically lasted the majority feeling on the car to three and one Naif years which at the time of the election was trying to fire when the Board voted to change school Board elections from the Choice of his successor May after state school j first saturday in april to the one of the issues in the Edgar ordered j saturday in Board to reinstate the the Board changed the elec one of the issues in the Cam the election will Mark Tho first time that the school District Here has held october elec it also Marks the end of the term for two of three trus tees schol Board president Paul Parkinson end school Board Secretary Sam Alford who were elected in the Tein Estous Campaign of the third trustee whose term expiring is George a Baytown who was appointed by the school Board in May to fill out the unexpired term of Seth who until May was sening As president of the school resigned to accept Tomi firary assignment with an affiliate of the Humblee Jay in the Parkinson and Al Ford were elected to the Board new Board extended Gentry dates with Only Parkin contract and gave him a voting against the change with the expressed idea that Gentry current contract expires june and must come up for renewal before that the school superintendent now trustees would have More Ime to become acquainted wih school District operations be does not reach the mandatory budget decisions Are retirement age of 55 in the Parkinson and will be eligible for sad he the change be n two year Extension of his con the superintendents cause it automatically extended terms of candidates for the school contract would have Corne up Board must residents of the for consideration before the cvscho01 and registered Tober election filing deadline for the critics of Gentry and i b sept4 ends of the current school Board j seem to be aware that action must be Tak to soon on the and that victors in the forthcoming election will participate eventually in the Choice of a Succes Sor to to service charge at Peoples state Bonk

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