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Baytown Sun, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1972, Baytown, Texas In p. 1 Fri theater change in Baytown Sua Evite or. And mrs. H. A. Thompson this Paw Good through May 24 at the Gnu us totter Box office now showing the godfather vol. 50, no. 194 Telephone number 422-8302 your Home newspaper Over readers every Day sunday May 21, 1972 Baytown Texas 77520 ten Annh Par copy funeral pending e. B. Boots Williams 61, died saturday morning in a Baytown Hospital. Services Are pending at earthman funeral Home. Henckell fete friends Are invited to a Farewell reception honouring the Rev. And mrs. P. Walter Henckell and family from 2 to 5 . Sunday at the comm mtg building. Gardeners Coffee friends and prospective members of the Baytown Gar Den club Are invited to a Coffee from 10 . To noon tuesday at the Home of mrs. B. D Thomas. 1801 e. Fayle. Swim registration registration for the firs swimming lessons of the Sura Mer in the Baytown Parks an recreation department pro Gram will begin at 9 . Men Day at the Community build ing. Classes will begin june 5 at i Roseland Park and Carver Jones pools. Church services Rev. Paul Stephens of Long Point Baptist Church of hous ton former pastor of second Baptist Church in Baytown will present a series of five 30 minute devotions beginning at sunday on Kirk to Channel 13. The programs will run every sunday for five Sun Davs. Net Letterman Greg Matthews should have been listed among the Sterling Tennis letter men in Friday s edition. Nixon Heads for Moscow to make some Progress Twardowski top student 14 Lee College graduates honoured for achievements Early Hope now for mentally retarded mrs. Hilda Lanier of Bayshore Center in play therapy fourteen College Stu dents were recognized for their accomplishments Friday night at commencement exercises where or. George Beto of the Texas department of corrections addressed 83 graduating sophomores. Ten of the graduates were recognized for academic honors by having a Grade Point average of 3.5 or better out of a 4.0 system. Mary Twardowski ranked top scholastically with a 3.96 average and close behind was Mary Walker with 3.95. Other top ranking Sopho mores were Susan Mcphail 3.87 Delane Cathriner 3.86 jewel e Vonne Laughtin 3.g7 Pamela Deene herring 3.65 Vicki Trousdale 3.62 Arthur Arnold Bianchi 111, 3.53, Catha Rene Kalisek and Cathy Anderson 3.51. Bianchi was presented the unit Here meets Many needs adults too find Hope at mental health Center choir concert Baytown Junior High school choir will present a con Cert at 7 . Monday in the school auditorium. Matty Belfe Durkee is choir director. Golf scramble monthly scramble will be at . Sunday at Goose Creek country club. It will be a Shotgun Start. On Dean s list pud Wheaton. A Junior journalism major is on the mean s ust at Sam Houston state University. Her Grade Point is a 3j. She is the Daugh Ter of mrs. Billy Wheaton of Baytown. Editor s note this is the second article of a three part series describing the services of the Bayshore Center for mental health and retardation. The Center is now engaged in a drive for funds for a modern new facility to House its varied activities by Johnella Boynton by the time 36-year old Jor Dan h. Was referred to the mental retardation unit of the Bayshore Center for Menta health and retardation his problems had reached crisis proportions. But the kind of crisis which Jordan not his real name and his family faced is not an uncommon one with older adult Retar dates who have been cared for in the Home. Jordan the youngest of nine children had rown up and lived in a Rural area until he was about 32 years old there were no resources for the mentally retarded in his Community. At the age of nine he was taken to an Agency in Houston for evaluation. His family was told that he was retarded and nothing could be done. Jordan s adjustment within his family and Community was Good until his parents health failed and he came with them to live in an Urban Community next door to his sister and fam ily. At the time of his referral Jordan s parents with whom he was still living were in need of nursing care. His father 84, had terminal cancer. His Mother. 74. Had numerous bed much of the time. Jordan was exhibiting numerous equal problems was drinking heavily and had on several occasions threatened suicide. Jordan s Case was handled immediately and staffed on an emergency basis. Immediate hospitalization in a state men Tal Hospital was recommended until an application for place ment in a state school for the retarded could be processed. His parents were referred to a Community Agency hospitalized and then released to a Nurs ing Home. With the Relief of having his parents adequately cared for Jordan stabilized in the state mental Hospital. His sister was Able to mobilize her own re sources and make a plan for Jordan to be released Back to Walter Rundell scholar plaque presented annually to the top ranking male graduate. Five awards were Given on the basis of selection from a list of nominations submitted by students and faculty. Miss Mcphail was handed the most representative Pla que. This Honor encompasses general All around participation and contribution both scholastically and extra Curri Cul arly. N amed to the Hall of Fame a special group recognized for participation honors achieved outstanding personal characteristics and contribution were Jolene Cornelius Linda Rei Neke Cynthia Simien and Cynthia sue Wilson. The a wards and recognitions were made by or. Jim Mcwha Liams academic Fjean and or. Alton Dean of students. Diplomas were presented by or. Raymond Cleveland la president and 0. A. Boatright president of the Board of re gents. In addition to those graduating 15 students received certificates for completions miss Mcphail. Daughter of or. And mrs. Sammie f. Mcphail Crow Road is Secre tary of the student govern ment and a member of Phi Theta Kappa and the Interra Cial club. She is also an All school favorite and was elected to Sybo s who. A graduate of Robert e. U o High school Susan Lias maintained a 3.87 Grade Point aver age. She plans to enter the Field of physical therapy and has Al ready been accepted in the University of Texas College of physical therapy in Galves ton. Medical problems and was in1 segmental page3 officer Speaks out about Brownwood health woes m. J. Krizak Calls in a helpful hint on the uses of baking soda Virginia Timmons and Debra Elliott Busy packing for a summer trip to Germany where they will work and tour the country John Moseley pays a visit to the Sun or and mrs. Dennis Pokluda enjoy out Jim Hess. Rss head coach. A night former watches graduation practice. Spencer Liles assists with some photo taking at the scene of a Crosby fire. Spencer was working at the paint and body shop when a fire started in the ceiling Carolyn Baker brings in a news release. George and Freda Chandler proud of their daughter Cathie s Progress at the University of Texas there she has posted and a s a 4.0 Grade average. Sri is a Junior. Harry Levine offers a Graci Ous imitation Edward Porter likes to see his name in the paper Tom Freer gets involved in the y walk for Mankind former mayor or. Lee Liggett visits the Sun. By Wanda Orton j health hazards in Brown Wood have been pointed out by or. W. 0. Finch a Baytown physician who serves As City health officer. Or. Finch spoke at the last City Council meeting attended by a Large number of Brown Wood residents. He said he hated to add to their woes but had to warn of a major problem in health and sanitation. Our health department has been working quietly and efficiently surveying the prob lems out or. Finch said. Besides flooding and subsidence Brownwood has the added problem of getting rid of the water that stands in the area and of keeping that water Safe. Repairs and replacement to the sanitary sewer system he said Are absolutely impera weather and tides fair and warm through a Ixia is the Baytown area weather forecast tempera Ture Range m to 74. Morgans Point tides sunday highs at . And . Lows at . And . Sunday s Sun will Rise at . And set at . Monday s son will Rise at . And set at . The problem is not that sew r lines Are stopped up in that area he said but they Are overwhelmed with Salt Waer seepage. And Breaks Are aused in the lines by subsidence. The land out there is going Ike a Yoyo and mostly the doctor commented. A sewer line Breaks the water gets in and then also gets out. The result is raw sewage in elevating perimeter roads or building a Bay Road. Or. Finch warned that pump stations must be raised in Brown Wood. They Are nearly flood level or. Finch noted that a great Deal of the water standing in Brownwood is in his opinion brackish water that has sur faced from the High water table in Brownwood. There is the problem of get Ting rid of water in the flooded area and also in keeping tha water Safe said the health offi cer. he commented. Brownwood will be nothing much less than a Gian Cess he warned that the stat health department could be asked to condemn the area making it unlawful for Anyon Peoples state Bank no service charge to service of writ o live out thereof it got to hat besides the problems of flood Protection and subsidence. Or. Inch urged that Brownwood eople face up to the health awards from the failure of the sanitary sewer systems and be stagnant water standing in he Yards. He reminded them f the typhoid vaccinations that vere required after Hurricane Carla when the sewer system Vas contaminated. According to samples taken n the Scotts Burnet and Crys i see health page3 of various programs of study. Recount total for Constable Post verified the recount in the precinct 3 Constable race verified Ori Ginal totals published in the Sun after the May 6 primary election. A recount had been requested by James Doug Las who ran third in the elec Tion. There will be a Runoff Between incumbent con stable Paul Anderson and Baytown police sol Don Baker on june 3. The recount figures show votes for Anderson and for Baker votes totalled for Douglas and 3.134 for Melvin Shulte. The Sun was the first newspaper to obtain the total count in the Constable race having checked each precinct tally Sheet at the office of the county clerk after the election. Miss Cornelius is co editor of the 1-ce , student news paper at la. She has received first and second place awards for her feature and investigative writings from the Texas Junior College press association. The daughter of or. And mrs. Vav. R. Cornelius Jolene commutes from Liberty where she has been employed at the Liberty Gazette. She is a Grad uate of Liberty High school. A graduate of Rel miss Reineke is a member of Phi Theta Kappa at la. She was an la representative to the Stu Dent conference on National affairs at Texas univer sity this year. Miss Reineke is the daughter of or. And mrs. W. J. Reineke and has maintained a Grade Point average of 3.95 while at tending la. Miss Simien is the daughter of or. And mrs. Colton Simien of Crosby a Sophomore representative to the student govern ment and a member of the interracial club. She was elected to who s who and was the Winner of an upper division scholarship see awards page31 our world from a wires Saigon several Hundred North vietnamese troops led by tanks launched i Dawn counterattack today that or filly interrupted a South vietnamese drive to break the siege of an Loo. Belfast. Northern Ireland two persons were killed and five injured in shootings across Northern Ireland during the night and Early today authorities re ported. Washington Tiro very prices halted their Ris ing spiral and dropped two tenths of one per cent in april helping to hold Over All living costs to a relatively Small increase during the month according to the Bureau of world peace goal of Summit session Washington map resident Nixon headed for his Moscou Summit session Loda cing Hope for Progress in laying four a tons for a world of pea we Are not going to n headlines today and solvi. differences Nixon told Well wishers it Rief departure ceremony As u1 took off on tlu1 first leg of his journey. Hut in.1 said we Ilo expect to some Progress in in proving relations Between the United suites and the soviet Union and in establishing i better Chc inc for to Morrow and in All the he voiced a goal of u Ali of pc-act.-. A world for Hie president s first Stoj will be Salzburg Austria where i was due to Arrivi 1st Lanham task is police station our Oscar a Jean Adams when Fritz i Binham returns Here n5onday As City manager his first City Council meeting will be a work session concern ing the new police station. Plans for the station were be ing made in 1969 when 1-Anham left his Post As City manager Here to work for the state government. Since approved is a 1970 capital improvements project by Baytown voters the police station has been beset by set backs. The major obstacle was deciding on its location. This was changed several times before the Council finally decided on the North main site. In the meantime plans for the station have been modified in View of escalating costs. The size of the station was trimmed and certain facilities were consolidated within the building after first estimates from the architectural firm of Davis and Burge came to More than in spite of these efforts to Cut costs however the total amount for the station still exceeded the when bid were opened May 2 at the work session at 5 monday councilmen will seek advice from fiscal agent torn Masterson on ways to finance the new station on an a noun above the total Low bids for the project including the jail equipment were this include the bid of for the build Jean Adams teen forum to Start monday in Sun no and for jail equip int. Van Clave general factors of Houston sub Mille he Low bid for the Bucklin Southern equipment co f san Antonio was the on Idder for jail equipment. Van Slevc which had the West of nine bids was cite s n Good competitive bid b chit act William Hurge at the Lay 2 meeting. By Law bids Are Good for ays after opened. Masterson will be consults i How the City could lore Money to make up the i Citon the. Bond project. He differ advice on what source s o Nancy no Are available to the ill night. He flies on to Moscow i Maluy morning the president reported in a night at a White House re Epli Ort Iii agreement with part chief Leonid that the Wiiks Hougil produce genuine results Hie chief executive said thai f remaining Hill Renocks be broken in face-to-faa1 talks Voth lie foresees to Neil agreements in three Nijor Ace Trade relations cooperation in the exploration of spare and most Man rant putting a lid on rare to acquire non Jill bigger strategic Nixon entertaining die 1hl of the press corps making the trip with him. Saivii further amines for Accord night be uncovered. Nixon said that when Henry Kissinger his assistant for Lal Unal Security affairs. C then secret trip Mosca m last month Brezhnev also spoke of Hopes for so Iliin h. In ius. Both nations have contributed to the y Emlu Nixon reported tin items include and other areas of in to rid where the United states Ami the Soviel Union do sometimes have conflicting the president s first Over seas first Imit on following an eight hour flight from nearly Andrews air Force bast.-, Mil was re. Austria Home f the worlr1 j renowned summer music fest jul. There he and mrs. Nixon planned to relax and be c a at lunch sunday b y austrian Chancellor Bruno k Rewiski. Nixon disclosed thai he looks Forward to delivering two very is just Active speeches while i n Moscow two Are honoured at Sterling Star luncheon Margie Hooper daughter of or. My mrs. Harold Hooper of 701 Raintree is the tj72 recipe pm of the Norton Griffin the highest award present d to a member of the Ross Sterling High school stars. Elizabeth Patton daughter Margie Hoope r seated Elizabeth Patton pair Honore 1 at Ross Sterling Star lunch Tob

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