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Baytown Sun, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1976, Baytown, Texas The 6aytcwm 5u r4kek fran Fife 1 de the order for the Detour Road Thundiyl and Ateo gave the go ahead for an extra in the contract to tie Baker Road onto Quail hollow drive. Quail hollow drive is the main Road leading into a new subdivision and apartment Complex be ing developed North of Baker Road. Bay Plaza 1 Walter ,40 Matthau 3 35 Tatum la Toveal 9m the bad news at the time the Baker Road plans were Gunter said Quail hollow did t exist but Between the time of toe preparation of plans and the bid Ding Quail hollow came into in addition to the construction on Baker from Decker to Garth Marathon paving co. Will construct a new Section of Baker East of Garth to tie onto the Roadway completed by another contractor 101 systems. That Section has been delayed Gunter said because of pipeline adjustments. Jaycees will kick off new member drive Baytown Jaycees will kick off their membership drive for the year at . At the Jaycee build , 610 Williams. An added feature of the meeting will be filmed highlights of the 1975 Southwest conference foot Ball season. Jaycees Are a Community ser vice organization for men 18 to 35. At the meeting Mike Hedges. Jaycee director will give a Brief orientation for prospective members. Brunson a a Ixa at Bay p1jxza 2 11.50 til z iamkl1amotf a Jules Mck Mou Attoh Oliver Robert Marvin Reed gulp cube i Strother Ashley Martin a Amoah so Jse Kaylene Thundiyl Howard Platt Texas state Railroad engine and cars see Story Page 6-a Money Beer taken in two armed robberies two armed robberies one Inifi cers he was sitting in a parked which the robbers Only took Beer were reported to Baytown police Friday. A clerk at the super duper store 1212 e. Texas told officers a Man came into the store about . Friday and got two six packs of Beer from a cooler. The clerk said the Man came to the Check out counter with the Beer and when she asked if that would be All he removed a revolver from the Waistband of his pants and demanded Money from the Cash Register. The clerk said she gave the with the Beer and Money. The clerk s husband told of car in the parking lot of the store talking to an insurance Salesman when the offence occurred. He told police he saw the Man leave with Money in one hand and Beer in the other. In another armed robbery a clerk at the a totem store 1001 s. Main told police two Young males came into the store about. . Friday. She said one of the boys pulled a pistol and told her not to move while the other one went to a cooler and removed two six packs of Beer. She said after the second boy Man and he fled on foot got the Beer both left the store on foot. No Money was taken in the robbery. Six cd radios Coin Box Are stolen Here six citizen band radio thefts and the theft of a Box of coins were reported to Baytown police Friday. Rayford w. Fuller 511 Pearl told police someone took his cd from his car parked in a Church parking lot at 2315 w. Main Fri Day night. It was Worth mrs. Daniel j. Chenevert of Highlands also reported the Fri Day eight theft of her cd from her car parked at Pearce and Gaillard. Value of the radio was unknown at the time of investigation. Thomas a. Thrash 1215 Park told officers someone took a cd from his truck parked at the apartment Complex thursday Wayne Collier 2500 e. James reported the thursday night theft of a cd and eight track tape deck from his car parked at the apartment Complex. Total value of the items was William Conner 1711 Bowie school reported the thursday night theft of a cd from his car parked at the apartment com plex. It was Worth Haide Bishop 5002 Goose Creek reported the Friday theft of a cd from his car parked at the school administration building. It was Worth and Earl Lewis 2408 Dorris reported the theft of a Small Chest of coins from his Home Between june 11 Friday. Couples continued from Page 1 Strickland married the former Marigrace under a Secretary in his Law firm and Matherne married the Sun society editor the former Laverne Hester. Bob and Laverne were among wedding guests at the Strickland ceremony in the Bride s Home. Four months later the Matherne marriage was performed in Matagorda in the oldest episcopal Church in Tex As. The Matherne first Home was an apartment on North Jones across the Hall from the Strickland apartment. Or. And mrs. Bridges also met at work. Leonora Plowden of Houston was the head medical technologist at the old Jeff Davis Hospital in Houston when she met her future husband an in Tern there. They were married in second presbyterian Church in Houston. Mrs. Bridges by the Way knew or. Davis when they were students at Rice and or. Bridges knew mrs. Davis when they were students at Tulane in new Orleans. The former Alice Parker of new Orleans became the Bride of or. Davis in a Garden ceremony at her Home. Or. Davis Haj been in medical practice Here six months before they were married. The Davies first Home was in an apartment on Gaillard. It was the Only Brick apartment in mrs. Davis recalled. Or. And mrs. Bridges lived in Mont Belview until world War ii when he entered military ser vice. After the War they moved to Baytown. When we moved mrs. Bridges recalled our Home was right next door to the Strickland and the second door Down from pram pop 1 president Jim Sturgeon to give them a report on mis. Durham and anyone else who May have been Hurt by the organizational changes. Sturgeon said there would be others. He mailed his report to regents last week and in it said an evaluation of the changes made within the student services division would be completed at the end of August. Any problems would be cleared up then he said. When the new Chart was approved in january Sturgeon said it was not a reorganization but a change to make titles fit jobs people already were doing. With one exception he said the positions were filled at that time and there would be no salary changes. The exception was a vacant position called administrative assistant until changed at that meeting to assistant to the that position would be filled Only when there would be a special project such As writing Federal Grant applications or building program etc., he explained. One position director of education service programs was deleted by the new Chart he said. Alonzo Langley holds that of fice and will until the organizational Chart takes effect sept. 1. His responsibility was to supervise programs in the prison system and other off Campus courses. That work will be divided among the Deans. The functions of the director of admissions registrar the Posi Tion held by mrs. Durham and the director of counselling held by Wallace Heaner would be reassigned to the Dean of student services Dee Wheatley Sturgeon said in january. Mrs. Durham and Heaner would continue their duties with i the titles dilator admissions Coor and placement he said. Sturgeon said in his report mailed to the Board this week that the changes were not to become effective until sept. 1 but he also said Wheatley had a meeting with professional and secretarial personnel in the Stu Dent sen ices division the Day after the january Board meeting to explain the changes. He said Wheatley pointed out that All personnel would have to Bay tonian mrs. Pat Rogers left Regent of Libertad chapter of the daughters of the american Republic presents a Check to mrs. Deen Wood member of the Bicentennial commission from the Libertad chapter to be used in the Liberty Bell Tower fund in Liberty. The Check represents proceeds from the april 24 and 25 historic tour of Thiee old Homes in Liberty by the Dar As its part of the town s Bicentennial Celebration. In the background is the Parker House one of the Homes on the tour which is expected to become an annual event planned by the Libertad chapter. Photo Courtesy of the Liberty vindicator new graduate Jerry John Gordon son of Harry Gordon of 100 n. Burnet has received a master of business administration degree from Wichita state University at Wichita Kan. Retirement party Elaine under longtime Exxon employee will be honoured at a retirement party at the main office cafeteria in the Exxon building at 3 . Thursday i help if you need financial help to attend Beauty school in becoming a hair stylist. We can do just that for you. Come by Lonnie s school of hair design in the Bay Plaza Center and let us show you How we can help. Closed mondays Lonnie s school of hair design 2210 Bay Plaza Center Baytown Texas Brunson til Usu when movies were silent was the bark heard tax and the world. Bruce Kern Phil supers Madeline Kahn ter1garr Dak in left lame at the my office . Wells masterpiece of science fiction Best food for More s americans Choice by the associated press a new government study indicates that americans Are concerned about the nutritional value of the food they eat and Are willing to pay a Little More for extra information. The study was conducted by the division of consumer stud ies of the food and drug administration. It was the second such Survey to try to Check such items As consumer knowl Edge on nutrition. The final results of the study have not been published and Are expected out in about a month. A preliminary report provides some clues however. Among the findings three out of five shoppers 59 per cent say my tue Milf face set it in Tim Cowie Wcur int Sion a que to _ Macula Park continued from Page 1 Merle Ruyle rotary club of Baytown service league of Bay town and mrs. Silas g. Moore and family. Also . Steel Texas works kiwanis club of Baytown Pilot club of Baytown or. And mrs. Perry Britton the late w. C. Britton Bay Tex construction and Lufkin industries. These people have handled the bulk of our Rountree said. Without them we would t have been Able to build the Park cat strayed a male White Chinchilla per Sian cat with a damaged ear has strayed from its Home in Chap Paral Village. Persons having in formation about the cat Are asked to Call 07-8813 or 427-0992. They have seen nutritional la Beling now required for manufacturers who make a nutritional claim for their More than half of those who Are familiar with the Labelling say they use the information in choosing some foods and Bever Ages. Claims by some Industry spokesmen who say Consumers would object to the higher prices resulting from nutritional Labelling the Fra sur vey found that 65 per cent of those questioned would be will ing to pay at least 10 cents More on their weekly food Bill in Exchange for the information. Fifty six per cent would be willing to pay an extra 30 cents and 40 per cent would be willing to pay an extra 50 cents. Addition to looking at nutritional information on labels shoppers also Check for items such As open dating and unit pricing. About 75 per cent of those surveyed looked for dates on products and 41 per cent looked for unit pricing. At the same time however there were indications that con Sumers Don t always under stand the information they get. When asked what the Date on a milk Carton meant for example More than half of those questioned either were unsure or mistakenly thought the milk should be used by the Date Given. It should have been sold by the listed Date More than half the shoppers 62 per cent said they would rather have the use by Date instead of the sell by Date. Try Sun classified Church of Christ it Cut a Tiff torah hit we mfr live with the problems of the in Bridges Tion but the total situation would and mrs. Strickland celebrated specials Good june 27, 1976 Only be reviewed during the summer their 25th anniversary together to determine what if any would be in or. And mrs. Davis have four children. Mrs. Adrienne Hardie and mrs. Diana la Peyre both of new Orleans Parker Davis of Davis Iii. Who lives next door to Matherne inc. 117-119w.hnt 4zm71i the Matherne have one son Robert Wilcox foxy Matherne of Bat own and the Strickland have one daughter mrs. Carolyn Harris of Poughkeepsie a y. Need i room for a party Bridges Are Bill of Houston and Plowden of san Diego Calif. Beautiful ballrooms of various sizes available for rent for your next social function accommodating 10 to 800 of the House party for the reception were mignon Marilyn. Sandhop Hester Frances thrasher Eckrich smoked Lou Carter. Paula Eckert Diane herring. Mary Brown Suzanne Willson Margaret Davis Sandy Matherne. Diana la Peyre and attend Church 2301 Decker please Call 427-0535 sunday Buffet Coronet am til . Come join ramada

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