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Baytown Sun, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1976, Baytown, Texas The Baytown Livion or. Mrs. . My to Sec Lou irn at he Busm Heater this pass Good Tai Mph july 4 Ftfe int Toton your Home More than readers every Day volume 54, no. 220 number 4224902 sunday Junt Baytown Texas 77520 if twi cents per copy daughter and family fled Beirut before its worst Days War in Lebanon close to Home for longtime Baytown couple by Wanda Orton longtime Bayton ians or. And mrs. J. P. Boudloche keep up with events in War Ridden Lebanon better than most peo ple Here. They Are grateful their daughter s family got out of Beirut before its worst Days and Are Safe and sound in Tiberias in the sea of Galilee. Their daughter Karen is married to maj. Joseph Trimble who was stationed in Beirut As a United nations observer before the War forced him to leave. Karen and their Young son Finch fled from Beirut last october with just the clothes on their taking Refuge first in a Catholic Convent in and Star moving a hotel there. They be moved so much in the past year in fact that Finch is convinced they must move every time there is a Holiday mrs. Boudloche explained they left Beirut on halloween and left the Palace hotel in Jerusalem on Christmas to move into an apartment. And during easter time they moved to to Sac Finch by the Way picked up an italian accent while at a Paro Chial school in Jerusalem. Al though classes were taught in English the nuns were italian. The Boudloche have a tape recording of Finch singing Christmas carols with the italian accent and would t Trade it. For the Finch be Sec in july this Fali will attend an american school in Tiberias. The Trimbles will be in Tiberias for another year before they return to the u. S. After they left Beirut Joe managed to retrieve All their belongings from their apartment there. The in stored their things and then moved their furnishings into the apartment in Tiberias As a in observer Joe never carried a gun just a pair of binoculars. He worked out of a in outpost on the Border for months after leaving Lebanon. Communications were so bad during that time that he received his promotion to major two months before he even knew about it. He was on duty on the Border of Lebanon while the promotion ceremony was being conducted in Jerusalem. In letters to her parents Karen related they left Beirut with tears in their eyes never knowing what Ever became of the Many friends they met there. It s been a most trying mrs. Boudloche commented. A Green Beret Veteran of the Vietnam War Joe was Well acquainted with evacuations in wartime. It s kind of like Leav ing before the Hurricane mrs. Boudloche said. Was sad she continued but at least they were life now in Tiberias is Happy and peaceful for the family and they were recently delighted with a visit by Joe s parents the Rev. And mrs. William Bradley Trimble from Monroe la. Karen and Joe met when she was an airline stewardess and he was flying Home to Louisiana on a furlough. After they married they lived for awhile in san Antonio where Joe completed his master s degree at Trinity University. He also taught at Trinity and one of his students was Wendy Felknor daughter of or. And mrs. George Felknor of Baytown. They moved to Beirut St july when Joe was selected for ser vice with the in truce supervision organization. Their Christmas in Jerusalem bypass on Baker Road is of d while work is done ots reunion pictures reunion pictures Robert e. Lee classes of 1941 and 1942 Are ready from w. F. Mullet of 400 Scott. Straight a s Reggie m. Craig of Baytown a senior at the University of Arkansas earned straight a s in the College of education during the Spring semester. He was also Deal s list. Historical society West Chambers historical and genealogical society has changed its meeting Date from july 6 to tuesday june 29, at . At the Barbers Hill firemen s Hall. Sturgeon named or. James Sturgeon presi Dent of Lee College has been elected by the Baytown chamber of Commerce Board to fill the unexpired term of John Costolnick who resigned. Church movie for the Public is Welcome to at tend the showing of a religious movie the burning at . Saturday at pentecostal holiness Church 3210 Market. There is no admission fee. Quarterly meeting Baytown youth fair and livestock association will hold at 7-3q due at fete Job will Bicentennial Park will Over be ready for july 4 Ray Dreyer who keeps a rain gauge and thermometer at 208 e. Francis Calls to Tell the Sun he recorded a temperature of 102 degrees in the Shade about . Friday or. And mrs. Jim Benton celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary Satur Day and get Best wishes from daughters Lucy and Denise. Ronda Chambers an employee in judge n. 0. Morrison s office became Rhonda with an h when she received her certificate from the Southwest Tex As state University Justice of the peace training Center which she recently attended and completed a 20-hour course. Lois Barnes gives the grand tour of new offices at the new county courthouse Annex no. 8. Baytown senior citizen w. A. Bradbury says he just loves babies. Beth Albright plays nurse commissioner Jim Fonteno is helpful Don Baker just in t Quick enough Charles gulp proudly Calls in information about his new son Brian Clark born june 22. My their friends Are Happy to see Larry and Alice visiting Baytown from Happy anniversary wishes to Carrel and Dovie Bork How Many 8 00 1 7 00 f saturday election of officers for 1976-77 will be held. Heart Board officers and committee chairmen in the Baytown unit american heart association will have a Volunteer leadership conference at . Monday at r. C. Stephenson s Home 1103 Fleetwood. By Muriel Scott Baytown s Bicentennial Park will be ready for the july 4th Celebration according to Bobby Rountree City Parks and recreation director. Rountree detailed Progress on the Park for chamber of Commerce members Friday at Holiday inn using a slide presentation. Landscaping and final touches Park Wated at Lee and a safest be Dur ing the next week for the fair which will be held from noon to 9 . July 4. More than people Are expected to turn out for the americana Day Celebration at the Park compared with about celebrants test year Rountree said. More than 55 Booth participants Are scheduled to be at the Park during the fair. Rountree said Art displays crafts and food will be available. A Parade begins at 1 . And entertainment for All age groups will be provided. A Gazebo in the Bicentennial Park has been completed As has the Friendship Bridge a Large drainage ditch. Also the outdoor theater is done and projects sound Well Rountree said. In addition to these items the Par As Suoi be historical exhibit and an Oil pumping unit the pumping unit which is just like the pumps used Many years ago in the Goose Creek Oil Field was in service 42 years with Exxon Lufkin industries sandblasted and painted the unit red White and Blue and delivered it to the Park. This is one of Many gestures and Volunteer help Given by area residents and Industry for the Park. About was raised for the Park to supplement the 000 Bond Issue approved by voters last year for construction of the Park. A list of in organization and businesses who donated or More to the Park will be in scribed on a plaque at the Park Entrance. Welding Aiichi machine works Baytown Beer distributors association Baytown Junior forum Brown and Root Busch Hutchison and associates citizens National Bank and Trust company and Don love inc. Also Exxon Usa Exxon chemical Gulf chemical Cedar Bayou olefin Plant Pat and see Park Page 2 partly Cloudy with a Chance of thundershowers is the Baytown area weather forecast. Low expected Low 70s High Low 90s. Baytown tides for Sun Day highs at . And . Lows at . And . Tides for Man Day. Highs at . And . Tows at . And . Of ref journal Houston in p. T. Barnum came along before our Day but if he Hud beet at the Astrodome Lor Ike alms of fiasco for Widen nearly people paid their Way Tat othe big Arena the great Sam whim would have had a lieu night i pets every Tou will agree with me to fact there h a sucker ban cry the Dran my have setted and of course was at proposed Crosby increased to budget million Crosby up a tentative budget of for the 1976 77 school year an increase of from the previous year has been submitted to the Crosby school Board school supt. Kenneth Pye said he will Call a special workshop meeting july 19 or 20 for trustees to consider the budget and the building program report. The proposed budget is about More than expected Revenue but Pye said the budget Specia would be met without a tax in crease. Expected Revenue totals based on million valuation with tax rate and anticipating 95 per cent collections. The budget can be balanced by either cutting certain items us ing carryover funds from the previous Yew and by proposed tax collections of or 97 per cent Pye said. Pye said if a building program is approved for portable classrooms could be deleted from the budget. Inflation accounts for the major portion of the budget 9.67 per cent budget increase Pye said. The proposed budget Calls for an increase in instruction costs of along with Normal salary increases five new teachers Are budgeted for two in 1 education one kindergarten teacher one fifth Grade teacher and one sixth Grade teacher. School administration costs Are budgeted to increase including Normal salary in creases and an additional clerk at the Junior High. Transportation increases Are which total the increase results from nor Mal salary increases an additional bus for another bus Driver for kindergarten and shuttle increased insurance costs and higher gasoline and parts fees. Included in the co curricular budget which is proposed to in crease Are choir Robes and blazers for general administration costs Are proposed to increase with the biggest increase coming from the portable classroom buildings for maintenance costs Are projected to increase including Rise in utilities and increased Cost of supplies materials and salaries. Decreases Are projected in the Library budget health services and Community activities Hinds six months Houston up a temporary Roadway will be built on Baker Road at a Cost of to allow traffic to remain open during construction of the new Road commissioner Jim Fon Teno announced. Harris county commissioners court has approved a change order. In the contract Force. Detour on a Sec Tion it Baker Between Garth and Goose Creek Stream. The Detour will be built North of the Perma nent paving and extend from is sub bsds to the irk of j Goose Creek Stream. Johnny Gunter assistant county Engineer said there will be some inconvenience while the temporary Road is being built. During some portions of the construction of the Detour Road he said traffic will have to be closed. Work is to Start immediately or the Detour Road. It should be finished in two to three weeks weather Gunter said. A maximum of 30 Days is expected for the Detour Road Gunter said the entire Baker Road project from Decker to Garth will be completed in a Little Over a the contractor has 200 working Days to go. Delays have been caused on the actual construction of the Road by installation of a water line for the City and pipeline adjustments. Also the contractor has been delayed by plans for the change order in the contract for the Detour Road. Fonteno pressed for the Detour Road because of the months that will be involved in construction. The commissioner said bad weather could cause delay in the Road work and Baker Road is vital to East West traffic in the City. He also pointed out Baker Road is an important escape route for Baytown in event of a Hurricane. For those reasons Fonteno believes the extra Money in the contract will be Well Worth commissioners court approx see Baker Road Page 2 do you he3sember? this Well preserved piece of Baytown history was uncovered when the old Giberman building next to the style Shoppe at 115 w. Texas Wai rated. In. Robert hu1 of 911w. Rcpt bloc remembers her aunt and Uncle or. And mrs m. E. Wallace who i if Pat in a jewelry to Small building that has been Token into style Shoope. Or. Wallace took a Short come in fitting glasses and used the jewelry store As an optometrist Zoffke. His widow Mary Leslie Wallace ran the store several years after be died. She was killed in a car Accident june after she sold the store that became Robson s. Mrs. Hill s brother was the late Eddie get Quad who ran a drug store in Pelly Many years. Sun staff photo by Gem of fees discrimination charged demotion of longtime la employee probed by Board by d Eva Luthringer Lee College regents Are look ing into a situation which sonic people charge constitutes sex discrimination in connection with pay and position. The matter was brought up by Regent Donna Cryer at the Board s May meeting and was discussed during an executive session thursday night. It also is expected to be considered at an executive meeting preceding the Board s budget workshop july 8. Mrs. Cryer said last month that mrs. Bessie Durham who has been with la 18 years was demoted from the position of registrar and Given a pay Cut in january when the Board approved an administration requested organizational Chart. In addition she told the Board mrs. Durham s office has been placed at one end of a building while her Secretary is at the other end Regent Henry Dismukes recommended mrs. Durham should take her complaint through channels through the administration and then come to the Board if she gets no satisfaction. But he said this should not come to the Board first. Mrs. Cryer said the matter had Deen taken through channels up to the president s office and no corrective action had been taken. Board members decided at that May meeting they did not have enough information to make a judgement arid asked see la Paf e 2 or. Branson Heads state dental Board one of the highest honors in the dental profession is to serve As president of the. State Board of dental examiners. Congratulations Are in order for or. Donald Branson of Baytown for this Honor. Or. Branson who has served on the Texas state Board of dental examiners five years was elected president at a meeting in Dallas. The Board created by the Tex As legislature is composed of nine members from Over the state. Their purpose is to protect the health and welfare of the people of Texas. State examinations for Texas three dental schools and for the 12 dental hygienists schools Are administered by the Board. Also examinations Are conducted lot out of state applicants. The scope of the Board s activities is wide and involves the Power to revoke or suspend licenses in dental practice. The Board holds hearings throughout the year. The Way the Aston have a Layla tin As la net for that or. Donald l brun90n a Baytown first i four couples Mark 40th wedding anniversaries Happy 40th wedding anniversary became a four fold greeting Friday night at a recep Tion honouring four Baytown couples at Goose Creek country club. Their friendships dating Way the couples decided to except the Matherne who were married in october that year. Coincidentally the strip Cuanas were married Here june 30 on the same Date that or. And in. Bridges were married in Houston. Or. And in. Davis were ult . Lwft pm Nunt Community leaders and wives at Patty in. Rater Matthai or. It in. Assn tit i. Davis or. Art in. W. H. Art Are or. And in. W. H. Or. And mrs. H. I. Davis Brand mrs. Robert Matherne and or and in. Robert Strickland a were wed in june of v out. Strickland was in Law prac Tice with the late Joe Reid and Matherne was business manager of the Dairy Sun Careen played Cuputi for the attorney and the newspaper Man. See d observe their four decade an married june 1 in new Orleans Novena by data together. They and the Matherne were married oct. Ii in the two Young men named Robert were roommates in an apartment Here before the in wedding Bells started ringing

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