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Progress Deer Park (Newspaper) - February 13, 1975, Deer Park, Texas Matthews sup Erette Quot a Fifer mar m Mir Tafurt Quot 3814 Center is 479-2782 outdoing Prend dry Bah Izard Mimm comm to a cd Mkerr Mitat wite a. The tog Flag president award ram Larry Pawer right hts Preel deat of the chamber. The award prese Attalea was made at the chamber Lasta Dawfea banquet held feb. I. Progress staff photo the Progress report edition will be published feb. 27 As an addition to that weeks paper. Hie annual report is an informative guide to business Industry City school Church progressions summer baseball umpires managers and assistant managers Are still needed for the minor and major leagues that Are forming. Applications can be obtained at the civic Center and Austin radio and to shop. Return to Wiley Green 479-4710, or Bruce Biddy at 479-5816. Baseball registration All boys who will be seven before july 31 of this year will be eligible to play to Ball this year. Anyone who has not signed up yet can still do so. Cau Glenn Bedingfield 479-1870, r. W. F us Stenbery 479-5131 or Jim pop Cook 479-3344, to make the necessary arrangements. Little league any boys or girls wishing to participate in Little league Basenau May Register from 9 . To 4 . Feb. 15 and 22 at the civic Center. Those participating must be Between the Ages of nine and 12 and bring birth certificates. Grass wanted the Petal pushers Garden club is asking for St. Augustine grass runners or sets to be planted in the botanical Garden in Dow Park. The grass starts May be taken to the Garden the civic Center or Cau 479-2618. Masonic dinner the Deer Park chapter no. 1083 order of the Eastern Star will Honor the masons and their wives of Deer perk Lodi no. 1382 with a dinner at i pin. Feb. 15 at the masonic Lodge on Center St. Lioness the Deer Park lioness club will hold its monthly meeting at 7 30 pin. Feb. Is at Deer Park Bank. Visitors Are Welcome. Bake Sale Alpha Lambda no Chile of Beta Sacma Phi will hold a bake Sale fit feb. 14 at Allied Deer Park Bank. Valentine goodies will be on hem i pin. To 5 pan. Union approves Shell proposals Deer ettes basketball the Deer ettes Rill compete in by District play against Sweeny at 7 30, feb. 18 at the san Jacinto gym. Tickets Are $1.50 for adults $1.75 for students at the door. Baseball managers applications Are being taken for managers for boys teenage Basenau. Those persons interested May Cau Charles Mcdonald at 479-2049 or fran Liggett at 479-6731. Valentine cakes the College Park women a club will hold a Valentine bake Sale from to . To 3 . Friday feb. 14, at the Allied Deer Park Bank. Found one lost coat a child a coat was left in the Deer Park Public Library a few weeks ago. Parent or guardian May come in during Library hours and give a description. Address is 3000 Center. Lost keys a set of keys lost at the 25 cent car Wash May be claimed at Tolar Auto Supply 2310 Center. The owner of the keys jul need to identify the keys on the ring before they will be released. Rotary club the Deer Park rotary club will play the administration of the Deer Park Independent school District in a basketball game at 7 30 pin. Fab. 24 at the North Campus boys gym. Tickets May be Burchai id from any rotarian. Luncheon pm Omicron chapter of Beta Sacma Phi is hold a pm Chela cd style ask at 11 30 in. March 8 at tour Jite High cafeteria. Ally Dancho Yea pm Imi min Yaw ban by la Tbs Brit fun Eton my Csc Cotor m foe to my Oman to afer hath or Toto to Auto. For Toto Lawtton Cal Caw members voted to approve the contract package offered by Sheu feb. 5 while two other local industries Are still on strike. The package from Sheu offers the same wage settlement a the Gulf package and settled various local issues. Caw workers Are still picketing Petro Tex with no change made by either Side. A similar report came from steel workers at Ethyl. A lawsuit fued by the steel workers against the Pasadena police department was postponed with the decision pending seven striking workers alleged that they had been harassed by members of the Pasadena police department As they were picketing the Plant. The suit asks for $10,000 in damages. Burglars hit store Church approximately $7,000 of televisions and stereo equipment along with a Van were stolen from Austin radio to 1831 Center. The burglary occurred Between 1 30 . Feb. 8 and 9 . Feb. To. Entry to the business we through the rear door. Deer put police reported 13 color televisions eight am and civic and Community organizations As we As historical statistical data and plans for the upcoming years for the Deer Park area. High gating Deer Park As a planned Community the edition win Salute the Deer Park chamber of Commerce and the groups which have been instrumental in the growth Progress and Prosperity of the City. Although the edition win concentrate More on future growth it win also Trace the growth of Deer Park and the Industrial area along the Houston ship Channel from its beginning in 1892 to the present with its population of 19,500 including a five mile radius population of 30,000. The Progress report is used by the chamber of Commerce As a brochure to Send out to businesses industries and people from All Over the country inquiring about the area. It will be the official brochure of the chamber for 1975 and will be used until next years edition is published As an up to Date informational tool to invite people to move into the area. In order to be truly representative of the area an Effort will be made to Contact every business Industry Church and organization so they will be included. If your business or group has not yet been contacted please Call the Progress at 479-5263. Some of those participating in the Progress edition include . Steel corp., sol Tex poly Mer co., Texas alkyl Brown is Root Deer Park chamber of Commerce enter inc., first Pasadena state Bank first Baptist Church of Pasadena Deer Park Church of god Mcdermott industries and Houston natural Gas. Others Are Leezer realty Southwest cryogenics u. S. Homes Modem savings St. James presbyterian Church san Jacinto Assembly of god his is hers Hobby shop Good Shepherd lutheran Church sergeant realty Deer Park pentecostal Church Kingsdale United first pentecostal Church first Church of Christ scientist St. Hyacinth Catholic Church and Rohm it Haas. Also participating will be Texas electric equipment co., Deer Park lumber ski Bow sports Center garners of Deer Park Pasadena Western world Union realty Deer Park Church of Christ homemakers Upjohn Christ redeemer lutheran Church Austin radio a to Tolar Auto Supply Deer Park Bank Ron a Kristy Fred of e1 Union equity cooperative Exchange Riva Indian Kraft shop and Houston first savings. Others represented Are Bay area unitarian Fellowship or. Merlyn Harger Sparky a cleaners san Jacinto Manor san Jacinto College and the Deer Park Independent school District. Ranked eighth in state Deer confident Over Clear Lake stereo systems and a Van were taken. First Baptist Church 438 e. Eighth we also burglarized Over the weekend. Two calculators and $75 were taken from the Church on feb. 9. Police could not locate the pint of entry. This is the second time this month that the Church he Besa broken into. This Friday the Deer contend with the Dobie longhorns. It we a sound defeat in round one but coach Ray Landers of the Deer praised this Young team for a their disciplined Uttero of offence designed to control the coach Landers said that despite their inexperience the longhorns have maintained themselves in their Hustle to Chase the Ball away from the opponents. The weekend of Jan. 24 held a tense atmosphere. It we the game of Deer Park and Clear Lake. The result would mean a touch of Confidence for one team and added incentive for the other. But that weekend to gone and Deer Park won 54-49. But it is not Over. This feb. 18 Marks the second round of play with Clear Lake. Before tuesday night the Deer will have played Dobie and Clear Lake will have contended with la Porte and Pasadena. If Clear Lake defeats its other Competition by then it Means an even higher level of Competition again with the Deer. In the first round game the time ran out in the fourth Quarter with the Deer and Falcons tied 46-46. Three minutes were added to find a Winner. Continued on Page 14 around town 1n3ri my Alt Taiwo to St totos it put a futile if total Otto of a Toto tortes to Clarita Lotf. Risk to Torto i Mtoto or Quot a urn Lmke Stow act veto Tont top to Tot fat Tot sternum Hwd to hoi Totol Cicta qty Hwy to _ Progri Taff photo if Brad Bradbury appears to have a stiff neck he does. He was involved in an Auto collision and though his injuries were not serious his car May never see Green lights again. Happy birthday greetings Are extended to Marie Wadle who celebrated her my Day monday with a punch and cake party. Danny Grayson offers a bit of advice Only a few minutes too late to do any Good. Thanks anyway. Chub Brannan spends the morning on the Telephone trying to get things straightened out. Hopefully now everything is right. Charles Grimes voices his opinion of a certain barricaded Street. Phillip Anderson found himself a a without monday morning after being robbed and completely a cleaned out Over the weekend. Rev. Maurice Dodson pastor of the first Baptist Church of Deer Park proudly showing off his new wife Shirley. If you have any a Quot Plant tending to do Call on that expert a Plant tender Bob Leezer. His wife Dottie can testify to his expertise in the Field. Amp j. Grant 910 Peggy ukes to keep abreast of All the Deer Park news. Especially on a current basis. A Tittle hard for ten to do when his Carrier de Vert a Jan. 23rd proper on feb. 5thr. Amp East who he tved Tai Deer hut tones 1942, he had a Valentines special a pacemaker implanted during surgery at St. Luke a Hospital in Houston. Those on the a sick list a this week include Harold Briggs who remains Tai Bayshore Hospital recovering from pneumonia. G Bryl Darr to also to Bay Tours in Spital undergoing tests. David Smith is in Herman Hospital recovering from knee surgery he had last monday. John Wiley is satisfied with the results he obtains from the Progress classified but after Althere is a limit. Marvin Zindler be surprised when he receives an invitation to dinner at the place of his Choice with hosts to be or. And mrs. W. E. Hodge of Deer Park. Two of his very satisfied customers. If you see Ersyl Handrick thursday feb. 13, be sure to wish her a Happy birthday. No doubt receiving birthday and Valentine greetings on the same Day feb. 14, jul be Cindy Kirk Nancy Sharp and Gene Crow. Friends should extend Best wishes of the Day sunday feb. 16, to or. And mrs. Jim Eaton Rose shows Robbie Ross and Bobby s. Smith and on monday feb. 17, to grandpa Wall and Laurie Belcher. Celebrating their big Day on wednesday feb. 19, will be Lenard and Unda Vaughn Bull Neason Carol Edwards and Sherry Lewis. Claudette Holder has a late news scoop about an important event for the College Park women s club. Carol Orr my Mary Hamilton much on the a around town scene this week. Cristine Davila will celebrate her birthday feb. 15. James Risinger makes a Quick trip Home for the t picture. Curtis Matthew raffle file in Kite with Debco Rod and reel. He left it unattended for a few minutes and the Kite flew red Kite my All. Volume of number ii member Texas press association c a Deer Progress the official voice of Deer Park since 1957 Telephone Tom second cla88 postage paid at Deer Park Texas 77531 thursday february 13, 1975 outstanding citizen a last years outstanding citizen Reginald Knowles left presents the award to Wayne Slovacek right this years recipient. The award sponsored by die chamber of Commerce we Given at die chamber banquet held feb. I at Lakewood yacht club. Looking on is Bob Leezer Center who acted As emcee for the banquet. Progress staff photo expanded Progress report forecast feb. 27 at chamber banquet Wayne Slovacek was named outstanding citizen my Larry Power we installed As president of the dem Park chamber of Commerce at the annual Slovacek named outstanding citizen banquet held feb. 6 at Lake Rood yacht club. Slovacek also received the outgoing director award and Bob Tavel we presented the outgoing president speaker for the event was Bud Hadfield chairman of the Board of Kwik Kopy centers. In his address telling of the plans for the upcoming year Power stated that the chamber would hire a full time office manager. In the past the chamber office has been staffed Only four hours a Day. The chamber directors will also research the types of business and Industry needed for a Well balanced Community. Through letters and personal Contact the chamber will attempt to bring these businesses and industries to Deer Park. In addition he said that the chamber would become More of a voice in City county and state matters relating to the growth of Deer Park. Another innovation planned for the coming year will be the retail merchants association. Citing the dynamic spirit of the members of the chamber of Commerce Hadfield emphatically stated that everyone had the a right to dream of better he noted the youth and enthusiasm of the leaders of Deer Park while explaining that they would be a Force in the future growth of the City. Outstanding citizen Wayne Slovacek is Plant manager of Union equity cooperative Exchange. He is a past recipient of the distinguished service award Given by the Deer Park Jaycees. He serves on the Board of regents of san Jacinto College. He is pm president of the chamber of Commerce rotary Hub and Houston merchants Exchange. Slovacek la a former director of the Gulf coast port agricultural Export association and a former chairman of the port safety and advisory Council. He la a Mason and the Industry representative for the honors banquet Given at Deer Park High school. He is also a director of Allied Deer Park Bank. There were 135 persons present for the banquet

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