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Baytown Sun, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 2001, Baytown, Texas
Sports College Roundup Texas loses Page in living wetlands Center raises Page 1c Community in Honor firefighters head to by Page 6a sunday october 2001 Aptton since 1922 Texas com volume 79 322 who killed Mary Lou Morris Mary Lou Morris was found 2000 in her famed out Lumina just North of the 2600 Block of Lynchburg Cedar by David Bloom staff writer Baytown the investigation into the murder of Mary Lou Morris of Baytown is now a year the Trail is Stone clues investigators Are no closer to solving the Case than they were 12 months ago when her body was in the backseat of her burned out Chevy Lumina in a wooded area just North of one year no witnesses and few clues to kidnapping and murder in Baytown the 2600 Block of Lynchburg Cedar Bayou burned so investigators needed dental records and tooth frag ments to confirm it was authorities say they Haven even had the usual bad leads from mistaken people who want to help or prank Calls from crackpots All that is known is that a 48yearold Bank left her House on Oakland Between to go to she was never seen because of where marys body was investigators Are sure her killer was some one who knew the area the right Otway pipeline ditch where the car was found is not visible from the whoever killed Mary Fol Lowed a path lined with houses on both sides of a Busy Road yet no one has come for Ward to say they saw anything out of the no one apparently saw Mary being kidnapped or the oddest thing about this Case is that there Are no said Harris county sheriffs department its like the thing never see Mary on Page 5a More More classes photo by Bengtson changing classes six times a Day at Robert Lee High school will become seven in the fail with the implementation of a seven period Day and suffer graduation standards required by the Law mandates 7period Day for High schools Ayma Bengtson staff writer Wen High schools across the Tate go to a seven period a in the it will mean More than changing classes an extra this new mandated by the will signal major changes in accountability and graduation to meet the new graduation Dick Goose creeks assistant superintendent for curriculum and said the District will have to stay very student focused and will have to change the Way it does the change will include two major Teks or Texas essential knowledge and and Texas assessment of knowledge and which will be More rigorous More coverage David principal of Lee High and Frank principal Sterling High Are Are looking at the Logis tics of changing the schedules for approximately students to accommodate a sever period pages than the current tags tests and will essentially replace Hallum the changes have come with increased state concern about the test ing of All in the great numbers of students in special Educa Tion and with Lack of fluency in English have been exempted from the in the 20032004 school the amount of testing that High school students will take will have Hallum which under Aas has been limited to and will be expanded to All Essen tial elements of the curriculum and will include social studies and Sci language arts English will include grammar and there is no statewide testing required in the ninth but Goose Creek tests anyway to get them ready for Hallum ninth graders Are being hit with the new required testing Cycle As they proceed toward the strengthening of curriculum will begin at the third Grade level beginning in 2003 when assessment of Reading skills will begin in grades see schools on Page 5a councilman says Pasadena like plan can save Brunson mayor no Council support for Effort contributing writer Hopes of saving the Brunson one Baytown City Council Man is pointing to a neighbouring City As an example of How local govern ment can tap into available resources to revitalize historic structures and sections of District 2 representative Scott Sheley met with Pasadena City officials this week and discussed How municipal government there has made use of Federal funds to restore one particular area of the City which had succumbed to abandonment and what they have done in Pasadena is very said they have and continue to use Community development Block Grant Money to restore both the Corrigan Center and the Capitan they Are about three quarters through their renova Tion of the theater and when it is it will serve As a per forming arts theater and multiuse facility for their the Corrigan Center is a pair of strip style shopping areas constructed in the 1950s along the North Side of Highway 225 where it intersects with Pasadena what particularly interested Sheley about the area was the Capitan an old movie Palace situated at the far East end of the renovated the history of the Capitan theater is very similar to that of the Brunson theater on Bay towns Texas Avenue which sits squarely in she Leys we already have a gathering of citizens from architects to business and Community leaders interested in serving on a Board or committee that can oversee getting this Scott Sheley Baytown City councilman the Capitan was constructed in the late 1940s by the Dallas based Phil Isley theater Chain and opened on a year after the throughout the 60s and 70s the Capitan became one of the key centers of entertainment in the City As Pasadena is lined up beneath its colourful mural depicting a sea Captain staring out at the sea awaiting the arrival of a just As with Texas As the main locus of the City moved the Corrigan Center gradually Slid toward disrepair and disrepute taking the Capitan with by the mid Tolate 1970s the old desperate for an audience any audience was screening pornographic evidence of just How Low the once grand old movie Palace had sunk was apparent on its at one Point in the in Hopes of catching a prurient Eye and siphoning off a few customers from the nearby red Bluff drive see Brunson on Page 8a inside sunday business classifieds 4a police sports television weather lottery saturday drawings lotto rescuers pull men from submerged car in san Jacinto Bay by Matthew Cook staff writer two men were transported by life flight to memorial Hermann Hospital saturday after the car they were in plunged into san Jacinto after being pulled from the submerged both men were resuscitated by Rescue workers at the scene and were listed in critical condition at the Hospital saturday the Accident happened at about saturday in the ninjas parking lot at Bayland police said the car apparently jumped a curb and continued Down an embankment into about 15 feet of police Are unsure How the vehicle ended up in the Bay in the first were Short on witnesses that actually saw the car go into the said sgt Bobby Clyde Foster of who was fishing said he heard a loud i looked Over and saw a car going into the he both emergency officials and local Citi Zens responded quickly to the Philip Twilley was watching television on his boat nearby when he heard his begin to i poked my head up and i saw a car float ing on the he Twilley called to Paul who was see Rescue on 5a photo by Matthew Cook life right prepares to takes an injured Man to memorial Hermann
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