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Deer Park Weekly Progress Newspaper Archives Oct 23 1969, Page 1

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Deer Park Weekly Progress, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1969, Deer Park, Texas Major Accident at ccnter225 injures several a major Accident occurred on monday october 13 pm at Wilwy 225 and Center St it involved two vehicles a 1963 Chevrolet driven by Eugene White or of7315b6ni to Houston and a second vehicle a 1967 Chevrolet driven by or Louis Weaver 129 e Rittenhouse Houston or White was travelling East on 225 when he apparently ran through a traffic Light and hit or Weaver whoa travel ing South on Center at the intersection or White was charged with Negilena collision by running a red traffic Light injured was David Owens 4610 Gunter Houston who was taken to South Nore Hospital by Pasadena ambulance Billy Ryan 241102 Bennington hous ton was also taken to South More Hospital Louis Weaver Driver of the other car was taken to South More taken to South orc Hospital by Pasadena ambulance were David Owens 4610 Gunter Houston Billy Ryan 241102 Bennington Houston and Louis Weaver visible injuries were noted investigating officer was Ai Marquez a Check for s15000 was presented by president Bill Black at right of the Deer Park rotary club on behalf of the club earlier this week to instructor mrs w f Van Trease for students of the senior Art classes which meets each monday 911 am at the Deer Park civic Center the rotary club along with preceptor Alpha Omicron of Beta Sigma Phi Are cosponsors of the class the Money will be used to buy initial kits and Art supplies for ladies of the class rotary club Secretary Stanley keys is at left members of the Art class Are pictured at rear at school Board meet new trustees sworn in Board officers elected Progress a weekly Independent Community news Aper dedicated to the civic ski kiwis educational and social advancement of Deer Park and adjacent areas vol i no 49 Deer Park Texas thursday october 23 1969 subscription rate per per four or rotarians for october Deer storm Edna for 6th win City Council is productive in Short regular meeting too scout troop 1390 enjoys Camp out october 1719 24 girls from Junior girl scout troop 1390 enjoyed a two night Camp out at Stephen f Austin state Park we were thankful for Lovely fall weather and a Beautiful show of fall color by Mother nature saturday the girls enjoyed playing wide game while at the same time earning badge requirements each girl also had a Chance to Cook outdoors and they shared All other Camp duties troop 1390 wishes to thank mrs Toni Harvard for being a Cabin Leader and also All of the parents who helped out with transportation we also express our appreciation to Bill Black for the loan of his pick up truck to haul the camping gear and supplies and our thanks to mrs Mary Black for being willing to drive the truck and deliver the supplies this was a great responsibility and a Job Well done the girls who attended were Susan Bishop Mary Black Ann Riggle Pamela Moore Laura Murray Tanya pack Becky Powell Cathy Parton Ronda shelter Phylis Young melodic Mcdonald Ivic Len Garoutte Beth har Vard Teri Stufka Leigh Ann Koch Bonnie Marby Renee Grisham Mimi Lagrone Jen Nifer Morgenroth Debbie Faughn Tammy Mcinenry me Linda Evans leaders were mrs Pauline Murray mrs Black and mrs Mary Ellen Parton results of the recent school trustee election we re canvassed and the two winners sworn in by school attorney p b Dover at the regular school Board meeting monday evening they Are Joe Cathey and t a Kowalik who will fill positions 4 and 5 respectively for three year terms some 40 visitors were present including members of the administrative staff of the school District trustees elected to serve As Board officers for the coining year Are president w d Antone vice pres b d hol Der Secretary Harold Shelton or Jimmie Nelson chairman of the sex education advisory committee which was appointed by the Board of trustees introduced the members and re ported on their meetings hours of study findings and recon do rotary hosts foreign students miss Malenee Surapa Pichai of Bangkok Thailand and miss Silvana Ping Wong of Hong Kong were special guests of the Deer Park rotary on wednesday oct 15 both miss Surapa Thichoi and miss Wong have enrolled in English As a foreign language course at san Jacinto College miss Sura Poticha is study ing secretarial service and Hopes to take a degree in Busi Ness management at the University of Texas miss Wong plans to take a degree in chemistry from the University of Houston it is the intentions of the Deer Park rotary club to Host foreign students regularly on the third wednesday of each month emendations concerning sex Edu cation for the boards consideration he stressed that Public acceptance and support Are essential for offering a Good sex education program and suggested that the following procedures be considered in drafting and implementing a strengthened program for the school District 1 acquaint the Public with the goals of sex education in the schools 2 appoint a curriculum committee of professional employees to draft a curriculum guide and to select suitable teaching materials 3 appoint an advisory com Mittee composed of patrons re presenting a Broad Cross Section of the Community to work closely with the curriculum committee the Board voted to accept the recommendations of the committee thanked members for their work and asked them to help set up the procedures suggested supt or Sebron Williams reported that a suit has been filed against the Scheffe cons co for inadequate work at a Shier stadium enrolment in the District stood at 6500 students As of oct 17 the matter of Sale of tickets to basketball games was Dis cussed it was decided that pregame sales for varsity boys games at 35 and 75j might serve to boost attendance tickets sold at the Gate will be 50c and pregame sales would close at noon on the Day of the game the Date for holding an in formal Public open House at the new Deer Park elementary school was set for november 9 2 to 5 pm trustees approved 26 re quests to attend professional meetings the Board hired two new Tea Chers and five service person Nel fourteen member of the professional staff were appointed to serve on the official textbook adoption committee for the District they will be assisted by several advisory members too Deer Park rotary if the players of a foot Ball Field fail to use0 Good judgement it could cause them to lose the game but says the rotary club safety com Mittee if a Motorist fails to use Good judge ment while driving on the Highway it could cause him to lose his life attention All teens 00 you need a separate listing in your name in the Deer Park Telephone directory for All of your private Calls Cost is Only s1m for the year Call mrs Evelyn Sanders 411 2tls today if you Are interested the directory is published each year by members of the Deer Park ladies civic club notice to bidders sealed bids addressed to the mayor and City Council of the City of Deer Park Texas will be received at the Deer Park City Hall 1302 Center Street Deer Park Texas until pm tuesday november 4 1969 for the furnishing of asphaltic Concrete and stabilized Cement Shell for Center Street paving the bids will be opened and publicly read at the Council meeting which be gins at pm on said Date bidders must submit a certified Check or a bid Bond in i the amount of ten 10 per i cent of the greatest amount bid each proposal must be submitted in duplicate forms furnished by the City which May be procured without de posit from the City Secretary of the City of Deer Park the City reserves the right to reject any All bids to waive any and All technicalities and to accept any bid or part thereof which in the opinion of the City Council is most advantageous to the City signed e Dunn mayor City of Deer Park Texas attest Martin City Secretary City of Deer Park Texas the High school faculty chose four outstanding senior students to be honoured by the Deer Park rotary club and serve As Junior rotarians for the month of october they Are Brenda Fenn Rojean reel Larry Fenn and John Gibson Brenda is the daughter of or and mrs Doyle Fenn 814 Martha in the 9th Grade she was a member of Deer escorts and fat and served As fresh Man class reporter As a 10th grader Brenda was again in the Deer escorts and fat and was also member of Spanish club in the huh Grade she was in Deer escorts and fat Secretary of Spanish club and Junior class reporter As a senior Brenda is president of Deer escorts reporter of it a Secretary of Spanish club member of a Capella choir and senior class reporter Rojean daughter of or and mrs Harold r reel 905 Mark in the 9th Grade was a member of fat Spanish club and Span ish Honor society As a 10th grader she was again in the Spanish club and Honor society and was member of Deeres Corts Rojean in the Lith Grade was a member of Deer escorts and a Capella choir in her final year she is merry maid for Deer escorts and in the a Capella choir Larry the son of or and mrs Doyle Fenn in the 9th Grade was a representative at state Solo ensemble or varsity baseball manager and member of basketball team As a 10th grader he was member of marching symphonic band and also in the Lith Grade As a senior he is drum major for the band John is the son of or and mrs Charles f Gibson 305e Oak As a 9th grader he was a member of basketball team track team marching band and student Council in the 10th Grade John was a member of fat All Region band state Solo ensemble marching symphonic band in the Lith Grade he was in All Region band choir a Capell choir National Honor society and on student Council As a senior he is president of a Capella choir drum major in symphonic band president of youth for Christ organization and member of student coun cil too Huntsville the Fol lowing members from the Deer Park area Are members of the 196970 Sam Houston state University Bearcat band Nelson Nolden Junior music baritone Horn John Wolfskill freshman music saxophone coach Jim Amoss starting Deer stalwarts turned the game chores Over to the second and third string after grabbing a comfortable 270 Lead in the first 15 minutes of the Edna game last Friday night the first Deer scoring drive featured the p a s s i n g of Mike Mcculloch and the catching of Jeff Turner and Kenny Madden Kenny caught the eighty touchdown strike and Mcculloch kicked the extra Point the next Deer to came when Bob Langham sprinted 10 Yards for pay dirt Mcculloch again added the extra Point the third touchdown came when Jeff Turner intercepted a Cowboy pass on the Edna 30 Yard line and returned it to the end zone extra Point was missed a fourth touchdown was scored by Mcculloch tossing a screen pass to Corky Cottrll Corky rambled 38 yes for this score this to was set up by a Fine interception by Pat Thompson Mcculloch kicked the extra Point and the score read 270 with 15 minutes gone in the ballgame following this touchdown the game chores were turned Over to to Lively Duane Obanion Smokey monday Tim Pearson Jerry Traweek Thomas Ren fro Clarence Judd David Swift Danny Collins Donald Mcmillian John Haney Kenny James Joe Higginbotham Tommy Moore Benny Quinton Danny Locklear Donald Brave Nee and Pat Thompson these players did a real creditable Job As they did not allow the cowboys to score Pat Thomp son intercepted one pass covered a Fumble and made 16 tackles on defense also out standing on defense was Jeff Turner and Tim Pearson Jeff intercepted a pass and returned it for a to and Tim Pearson intercepted two passes for his nights work the final score came on a to toss to Danny Colling from to Lively thus the final score was 330 action this Friday evening will see Deer Park Deer enter Tain the Sterling raiders of Bay town at in Abshie stadium the raiders have 19 return ing in thermen and six of these boys have started for three years the Raider Ball club is made up of big Strong and experienced personnel extra Effort is a must for the Deer As they seek their seventh win City Council at a comparatively Short meeting tuesday evening acted on a number of business matters the contract for extending 13th St 484 East of Luella Concrete curb and Gutter was awarded to the Walter Mischer co the sole bidder for is 5 68550 it was voted to accept the High bid of mrs Evelyn Tay Lynchburg i lines by Colleen Braden mrs Florene Nalley and Patty and mrs Lula Bailey were in Edna for the Deer Park football game band students making Herip to Edna included Larry Phillips son of or and mrs Billy Phil lips Paula and Roy Cutbirth whose parents Are or and mrs Roy Cutbirth Regin and Robert Waller children of or and mrs r l Waller and Phil Hinrichsen son of or and mrs w e Henrichsen Deeres Corts Jean Braden and Laura Butcher were also among those in Edna last Friday the Mother of v 0 Simkins is seriously ill in a Houston Hospital Bobby Carrico son of mrs Robbie Carrico is in Basic army training at Al pasc he will Complete Basic at the end of this month and enter Ait Bobby is expected to be Home for Christmas Jean Braden accompanied or and mrs Darrell Baker and their daughters Jeri and Toni on a trip to san Antonio last week the Bakers have pomeranian show dogs and made the trip to enter some1 of their dogs in shows at Austin and san Antonio Lor of Seabrook for Purchase from the City of an address graph machine and a graph Type Model for and is 25 respectively an ordinance was read and adopted authorizing the Deer Park Library director mrs Evelyn Benton to enter into a reciprocal cooperative agree ment with Harris county libraries for a Mutual Exchange and borrowing of books on patrons requests agreement is terminable on 30 Days notice plans and specs for installing a traffic Light at l and Center its were approved Cost will be 85600 however some in needed equipment at the x St Light will be used that Cut Cost of the new Light some also approved plans and specs for four police cars to be purchased As needed a Gar Bage truck a pickup truck for the Parks recreation dept and an emergency Generator set for the police station an ordinance was adopted to authorize the holding of court in the new police court building at 1410 Center St court hearings will be held at the new location beginning thursday october 23 at 7pm it was voted to have the finance director write off some is 800 00 Worth of uncollected accounts in the Enterprise fund that Date Back to 1963 carnival sat at Carpenter elem a carnival will be held at Carpenter elem saturday oct 25 4 to 8 pm there will be 19 Booths with the main event being a Gold fish dipping there will not be a combo could not find features will be Bowling golfing a Model walk 12 dolls Tomba cars tractors refreshments soft drinks hot dogs pie i cake potato chips attention please work has begun on the 1970 Tele phone directory if your name was omitted from last years directory or you have recently moved to Deer Park please Call Evelyn Sanders at 4792685 for any changes if you Are an out of town Resi Dent the a hers doctors Etc and wish to be listed in the Deer Park Telephone directory Call the number above Cost is Only for the year Lucky winners of prizes at the grand opening of swints to sales service 1006 Center St held last saturday were i to r Ron Conway Houston portable Ria to g r u Porte mrs Merle Bonton 1747 Center powder puff Beauty and Chris Tommy Baytown each of whom won an Ria transistor radio some 300 area Orcsi dents registered for the drawing or varsity dumps Bay City 336 coach Gary Berrys Strong or varsity Deer bounced Back from last weeks first defeat to easily out Point Ray City Here last thursday 336 to give the club a 51 record the team scored almost at will with Back Gary mor Gan scampering 30 Yards for a Wingback Greg Simon caught two passes covering 7 and Yards for ads and Back Rod Monson ran for the other two scores quarterback Bill Montgomery kicked the three extra Points or varsity next meets Sterling Baytown there today at 7 pm for Sale danish modern Couch and chair reversible cushions like new Cost sell for Al so lamp si000 or 93281 garage Sale furniture car top Carrier miscellaneous oct 2129 Way

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