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Baytown Sun, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Baytown, Texas
Sterling 30 Friendswood 10 por Neches Sll Porte 8 Barbers Hill 201 Hitchcock 18 French 28 Dayton 14 Crosby 0 Deer Park 0 Lamarque Smiley 35 Macarthur 191 Galena Park 12 22 i by fair 7 i Houston Lee 7 the Baytown Sun invites or. And mrs. James r. Young 5793barkaloo this pass Good through oct. 1 at the Brunson theater Box office now showing where does it Pap Toton Over readers every Day your Home newspaper vol. 50, no. 302 Telephone number 422-8302 sunday september 24, 1972 Baytown Texas 77520 ten cents per copy Sterling rangers Scalp state s no. 2 team in 13-8 Victory by Mike Finley for the second time within a year Sterling has risen to the Heights of the Schoolboy foot Ball scene. Last year the rangers rolled Over Galveston Ball then ranked no. 4 in the state 21-10, and used that Victory As a springboard to the District 24-aaaa championship. The other came Friday night at Staliworth stadium. The score Sterling 13, port Neches the indians had been ranked no. 2 in the state. But Al Dennis rangers sent them checking their Hole card and put themselves Back in the spotlight not Only in Baytown but in the stale As Well. The Victory As big As it was belonged to Ever Blue shirt who trudged onto the stadium turf. On defense and that was easily the key the rangers received tremendous efforts from the likes of Gary Bender George Rippel. Glenn Huey Steve Grace Scottie Mills Chris Kime Howard Sampson Mike Hilzley Dwight Chan Dler Ricky Moody Steve Mclendon Jim Muckleroy James Mcknight Johnny Brown Billy Herrin Terry Al Fred and Nathan Bracy. Sterling s pass Gate de sense put the clamps on port Neches Jeff Bergeron Al though the Jet did manage 122 Yards on 13 carries. That figure is 43 Yards below his average of 165 Yards per game. Bergeron s one touchdown is below his average of 3.5 per game. Nobody else can say they did the Job that Wras done on Ber Geron but the rangers. The offence which still needs a Little polish Here and there was nonetheless at its Best. Sterling pounded out 142 Yards Rushing which is a sea son High. Key people in that move ment included Fallback Dane Listi who might have came into his own by gaining 48 hard earned Yards on 14 carries and quarterback Martin Lemond the Man who came in during the second Quarter to give big Al s rangers the lift they needed and wound up with 51 Yards on the ground in just eight trips. But the real heroes were in the liner especially on the right Side where guard John Wallace and tackle Lindy Fourrier were doing hard nosed work. Other linemen like Pat Todd Saba Bou Chebul Joe Kelley Russell Hargrove Mike Pil Low Steve Hughes and Gil Edwards made their presence known throughout the night. Backs Scottie Goodman Nelson Antwine and Emmett Lewis also joined in the fun and games and enjoyed every glorious moment of it. The beginning of the end for port Neches came in the Sec Ond Quarter. And defense Sweet defense was the reason. Sampson stepped in front of a Rodney Taylor screen pass on the port Neches 40 and re turned the Ball to the 24, where the indians were penalized half the distance to the goal for piling on to set the wheels in motion. From the 12, Lemond gained six on a quarterback sneak Singleton went for two and one and Lemond got two More which got the rangers their initial first Down with left in the half. Listi scored the touchdown on the next play and single ton s extra Point made it 7-0. It should be pointed out that the bulk of the yardage came Over the spots occupied by Wallace and Fourrier on the right Side of the line. The rangers drove 56 Yards in 12 plays to secure the Victory in the fourth period. The drive actually began in the third Quarter after Steve Fry punted dead on the Ster Ling 44. From that Point the rangers moved methodically to the port Neches 35 where they faced a fourth and one Situa Tion. But Sterling kept its Cool and Lemond got the first on a two Yard sneak and for All practical purposes it was All Over but the shouting. The big play after the first Down was a 19-Yard run by Lemond which put the Ball on the Indian 12. Singleton carried it Over two plays later from five see rangers Page 3 it s taking shape its beginning to look a lot like a new building on North main where the Baytown police station is taking shape in Concrete and steel. The building should be completed in the Early part of 1973. The building will include a municipal court offices and a new jail to accommodate both City and county prisoners. Workers at the site Are Millard left and a. D. He Didrickson. mis la play tryouts for Lee College s production of Moliere s the doctor in spite of himself will be held at 1 . Monday in room 130 in Rundell Hall. Thurman Rowlett director said that speaking parts As Well As backstage Crew jobs Are open. Recital set Lee College Fine arts division will present Michael Davis percussionist in recital at 11 . Tuesday in Walter Rundell Hall auditorium. The Public is invited and there will be no admission charge. Rainbow supper Oose Creek Assembly no. 80 of the Rainbow girls will Lave a covered dish supper at 6 . Monday at the masonic Lodge on Schilling for All masons Eastern stars Anc Rainbow girls in the area. The supper will Honor mrs. Grace Mcguire of Liberty Granc visitor. Projects Ivan Langford consulting Engineer on sewer improve ment projects in the City s Bond program will meet with the City Council in a Worl session at 5 . Monday a City Hall. Our Oscar mrs. Carl Laughlin or. Gets a lot of Calls that should have gone to mrs. Carl Laughlin or. E. C. Smokey Woods checks on a news item Barney and Charley Webber take off for Lufkin to see about their father c. A. Webber or. Who is ill in a Hospital in luf Irin mrs. Charlie m. Streich has returned Home from a four week stay in St. Mary s Hospi Tal in port Arthur or. And mrs. Ben Clopton and son Brian of Goleta calif., visited or. And mrs. B. M. Clopton of Baytown for a week. Marian Viafore rushes into a store to buy a Raincoat Frances Lankford plans publicity on the upcoming police Man s Baytown Sun classified phone 422-8323 my brother in Law says if he were Gover nor unemployment would be reduced because he d have a citizens National Bank . Plans vary in Cost for Bike routes Here by Betsy Webber alternate plans for develop no bikeway in Baytown one Osting and one Cost no Between and have been revealed by the Baytown planning commis Sion. Members of the Baytown arks and recreation Board of directors told the plans. Terry Dopson City Parks director said future planning or some 25 Miles of Bike trails on pipeline High line and drainage easement would Cost some the plan would include eight foot wide All weather pathways of Asphalt said. After presenting the plan to the City Council about a year ago and getting a rather Cool reception Dopson said other plans have been developed which will Cost Only about Bobby Rountree member of the Parks Board said the new plan would consist primarily of establishing Bike routes on existing streets and designating them by signs for cyclists to follow and for motorists to watch. Bicycle lanes would be marked by a White line or bumpers where streets Are plans Page 2 our world from a wires Abilene . District court judge Leo brew Ster was to set Bond for the second time today for the so called fort Worth five new York irishmen whom he jailed for refusing to testify in a Federal grand jury investigation into alleged gun running from Texas to the outlawed Irish Republican army. Salt Lake City responding to criticism that it is not carrying a fair share of the tax Burden the mor Mon Church said today it spent million aiding the poor the needy and the sick in the past 12 months under its own welfare program. Of Miami a tropical depression far out in the at lactic about Midway be tween Africa and the lesser Antilles moved slowly northwestward today the National Hurricane Center said. Washington con Gressional sources suggest a hitch has developed in the Start of the important soviet us. Lend lease talks be cause of a controversy Over russian treatment of jews. Washington the much debated workfare approach to welfare Reform has emerged from the Senate finance committee to face an army of opponents on the Senate floor. Weather and tides considerable cloudiness with a slight Chance of showers and thundershowers is the Baytown area weather forecast. Low saturday night 62 to 75 High sunday 85 to 94. Morgan s Point tides for sunday highs at . And . Lows at . And 5 . For Mon Day highs at . And . Lows at . And . Sunday s Sun will Rise at . And set at . Monday s Sun will Rise . And set at . Philippine islands Cut self off from world Money due in october Baytown awaits decision on Revenue sharing Compromise by Wanda Orton As the Federal Revenue sharing plan nears final approval the City of Baytown is eyeing its potential share. City manager Fritz Lanham says that Baytown would get in a plan endorsed by House conferees and under a Senate conferee plan. A Compromise Between the two versions is expected in a Dill to come up next week in Washington. I Don t know if we can assume that Baytown s share would be an amount Between the six and seven Hundred thousand Lanham said. Whatever the amount the allocation would be Forth coming in october the first month of Baytown s new Fisca year. Lanham said it would be up to the City Council to decide How the Money is to be spent Brooks says Barnes slows insurance work Austin up Hopes May already be fading for insurance Reform because of opposition from it. Gov. Ben Barnes and one of his staff operatives state sen. Chet Brooks Pasadena said saturday. Of sen. Brooks said saturday he was basically in favor of the concepts in gov. Smith s insurance Bill. I feel strongly that Legal healthy Competition will lower the rates on Auto and Home insurance but a close regulation of the Industry must be maintained to see that insurance companies pay claims and remain he said. A Strong supporter of a consumer advocate on the insurance committee sen. Brooks said he supported Larry Leaver and attended the hearing on Bob Bullock s appointment. I found nothing at the bearing to change my mind. I think he Bullock is a Good consumer advocate. I am certain now that i will support he said. Sen. Brooks charged that lobbyists working to Block Reform legislation in the cur rent special session of the legislature have recruited Barnes As their Field mar he said anti Reform senti ment is clearly demonstrated n new committee assignments made by Barnes this Pas week and by an All out drive y the lobby to Block Confirma Tion of Secretary of state Bob Bullock s appointment As chairman of the state Board o insurance. It has been confirmed tha Barnes has been Workin against Bullock through i aide Robert the senator said and the com Mittee assignments provide an even More obvious picture o Barnes sen. Brooks a Strong advocate of insurance reforms an author of numerous Bills on the subject during his service the legislature served on the two committees principally involved in the Field prior to the special session insurance and nominations. When the new assignments were announced by Barnes sen Brooks had been arbitrarily removed from both commit tees. In addition All three Harri see Brooks Page 2 Peoples state Bank no service charge member . No sen Rice charge according to the Federal guide j nes. The City manager will pre ent recommendations How ver. When asked what his top priority would be Lanham Aid i would put Street improvements at the top of the list especially for this first the program is proposed to be funded for the next five years he said for s5.3 billion annually to state county and municipal governments. School districts Are not included in the Revenue sharing states will be free to spend their share As they please but cities and county governments Are to use funds for usual and necessary capital expenditures and for current sex see Revenue Page 2 surface water solution to City water woes cd hears by Johnella Boynton capacity of Baytown water veils will not be sufficient to Ake care of Peak demands in 973. And by 1977, production Rill not be enough to take care if average demands members f the Baytown chamber of Commerce were told Friday. T. L. Doc Satterwhite of the chamber s water resources Ommittee said the Only Solu Ion is a surface water Supply most Likely from either the san Jacinto River or from the Trinity River. The Baytown City Council is till considering what course to take Satterwhite pointed out Hough Baytown has been varned that it is running out of Well water. Satterwhite retired from Humble s Baytown refinery after years of experience in engineering Humble s water sup Slies. More recently he has 3een with the san Jacinto River authority but he left that position last Spring. Satterwhite pointed out that the Cost of treated surface water will be much More than Well water. Based upon the proposal of the san Jacinto River authority to the City earlier this year the first sur services for up drowning victim set la Porte up services for Robert a. Gooch 49, of 603 s. Third in la Porte will be at 11 . Monday at the Art Simpson funeral Chapel in la Porte. A longtime resident of la Porte Gooch was apparently drowned after a Barge boat collision at . Thurs Day in the Houston ship Chan Nel off Morgan s Point. His body was found at . Saturday by the . Coast guard washed up on the Beach at Hogg Island near the pilings of the old ferry Larry Cryer of the Baytown Emer see rites Page 2 face Supply would Cost about 26 cents per Gallons com pared to the present 7 cents per gallon for Well water he said. The estimate was based upon a capital investment of 52.8 million for a treatment Plant capable of treating five million Gallons a Day and does not include a conveyance sys tem or overhead costs he said. By 1984, with greater use of surface water the Cost could drop to 20.3 cents per Gal Lons he said assuming that Baytown was using about 18 million Gallons a Day on a capital investment of s6.6 Mil lion. The Cost is competitive with costs of other cities who Are now buying surface water Satterwhite said. The City of Gal Veston is now paying 27 cents per Gallons of treated sur face water. Grand Prairie and Irving Are buying water from the City of Dallas for 30 cents a gallon he said. Continued use and see water Page 2 martial Law is declared by the associated press the Philippines proclaimed martial Law closed Down major newspapers and radio stations and Cut communications with the outside world today for the first time since gaining Independence from the United states 26 years ago. The drastic measures came amid unrest caused by the country s worst summer floods in history and a growing wave of bombings and terrorism culminating in an unsuccessful attempt to assassinate the de sense Secretary Friday. Government sources said president Ferdinand e. Marcos signed the martial Law decree transferring Power to military commanders late Friday. But other reports said the or Der was dated thursday and had been prepared before de Ense Secretary Juan Ponce Enrile escaped unhurt from shots fired into his car in Manila by unidentified gunmen who fled. A Manila police spokesman said three senators of Marco s opposition the Liberal party and a newspaper columnist were arrested but gave no reason. Gunshots were reported on the Campus of the state univer sity where classes were or dered suspended. The univer sity has been a Center of leftist activity. Marcos whose second term As president ends next year has warned creasing recently of in communist terrorism. He said in a speech last week martial Law might be needed to combat it. Big boost for Community Chest the Baytown and East Harris county Community Chest Campaign got an Early boost when a Check for was presented by Humble s Baytown refinery in Jay chemical co. And Esso research and engineering co. Holding the big Check Are. From left a. H. Miles co chairman of the 1973 United fund Campaign j. It Barsalou operations manager of the refinery j. P. Thorn manager of Center and e. S. Gangluff manager of Enjay s Plaut
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