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Progress Deer Park (Newspaper) - March 25, 1976, Deer Park, Texas Matthews sup Erette a a supermarket to miniature 3811 Clouter St. Deer 179-2782 Progress the official voice of Deer Park since 1957 volume it number is Telephone 479428 second oms postage paid at Deer Park Texas thursday March is 1971 15 ii schools dogs used to search out drugs the Deer Park school District is going to the Security that is. The District has hired Billy Saith training director for southwestern police dog Aca Demy International in Houston to use his dogs to search for drugs in the High schools and Junior highs in Deer Park. A we realize we have drugs on Campus a said or. Leon Wolters assistant superintendent for secondary education. A area schools have used dogs with excellent Success at curbing the drug problems within the schools and that is what we Hope to the dog a nine year old German Shepherd named Heidi can sniff out drugs in lockers and elsewhere on the campuses As demonstrated to students. The dog will go to the various schools on a regular basis to search. The principals and enter Hng Complete contract Houston natural Gas corporation announced Friday that the acquisition of its retail natural Gas distribution properties by enter inc. Has been completed. A 20-year contract for the Purchase of Gas Annex from Houston pipe line company a wholly owned subsidiary of Hng also became effective. Consideration paid by enter for the distribution properties a consisted of 25,000 shares of its 9.25 percent cumulative pre million of notes due in 1981 and subject to closing adjustments approximately 88 million of notes due in 1977. The Gas distribution properties which have been purchased by enter serve approximately 360,000 retail customers in Houston and other communities on the Gulf coast. Gas distribution has represented less than to percent offered Stock having a total liquidation value of $25 million $31 progressions hearing the Board of adjustments will hold a Public hearing at the qty Hall at 6 . April 5 4 concerning the application of 4 Sam Gunn requesting a variance on the building lines from 25 feet to 17 feet on the Corner of Center and x streets. Paz the planning and zoning commission will hold a preliminary Public hearing at the Oty Council Chambers at 6 30 . April 19 concerning changes in the front and Side lot lines in zoning District my providing for placement of a mini warehouses Quot and requiring a specific use permit for them changes in the requirements for specific use permits for carnivals tent revivals Etc. Require that per sons making a request of the planning and zoning commission must be present at any and All Public hearings on their request and changes in the requirements on fences separating commercial property from residential property. Car Wash the san Jacinto Myca Indian guides and Indian princesses Are having a car Wash from 10a.m. To 3 . April 3 at 3519 Shaver and 2705 South More. The Cost is $1.50. Proceeds go to help the Myca Indian guides and princesses representative to attend the National convention in Philadelphia. Banquet the Deer Park schools vocational cooperative departments employer employee banquet will be at 7 30 pm. March 30 at the South Campus cafeteria. Ribbon cutting a ribbon cutting for the completion of Fairmont Parkway will be held at 9 30 am. Tuesday March 30 at the Comer of Fairmont and Burke. Paced the Pasadena association for children with learning disabilities will meet at 7 30 pm. Tuesday april 6 at the first presbyterian Church in Pasadena. Frances Culbertson a diagnostic resource teacher from Houston Independent school District will speak on testing and testing interpretation. Honoured Dale w. Harrison 2113 Yorktown qs., s., league City a senior to Deer Park High school received a calculator from the Texas chemical Council because of his excellence in chemistry science math and related subjects. Harrison will major in physics. Chamber member a ribbon cutting for better Homes realty 2214 Center will be held by the chamber of Commerce to 2 pm. Thursday april i. Band the Pasadena area Aam mothers cub is sponsoring the Texas Aam symphonic band in concert at 8 pm. March 30 at gear Lake High school auditorium Bay area blvd. Tickets Are $2 for adults Aid $1 air students. Tickets May be purchased at the door. Absentee voting Absentee voting will continue in qty Secretary Dottie Martin s office to City Hall until March 31. The office is open from 8 am. To 5 pm. Monday through Friday. Democrats Deer Park democrats will hold a meeting at 7 30 pm. March 24 in room four at the comm laity Center 610 san Augustine. This will be an organizational meeting for the purpose of adopting by Laws. All democrats Are invited to join and participate. Outdoors the Progress will publish a special outdoors edition april 23. Fishing stories and tips on locations and techniques for outdoor sports in this area Are invited. Send your contributions to . Box 389, Deer Park Texas 77536. League the league of women voters will hold their annual meeting at 7 pm. Thursday March 24 at the Community Center. The league will hold a salad supper and new officers will be elected. Contact Linda Zuber to 4794831 or Frances Robb to 479-2253 for More information. Cake auction a father son cake auction will be held to 7 pm. March 28 by pack 865 to foliage Park elementary. Course a special course on a sewing soft looks will be offered March 29 at san Jacinto College. The course Cotas $3 Aid regi Tartaron begins to 6 30 pm. Cau 479-1501, ext. 297 or 200 for More information. Hng a business which also induces Oil and Gas exploration and production natural Gas transmission natural Gas processing Coal mining and Industrial gases production and marketing. Hng chairman Robert r. Herring said that these other businesses win continue and will not be affected by the Sale of distribution division assets. Land under negotiation the Deer Park Independent school District Board of trustees met in a special called meeting March 18 to discuss air conditioning and building items and real estate. The District is in negotiations with Buster Ballard to buy land fronting Jefferson Street so that their new site for an elementary school will touch that Street. A a they re going to Seu it and we re going to buy it a said or. Sebron Williams superintendent but no contrast has been dosed. Administrators will not know when a search is scheduled. Dogs have been credited in court As giving reasonable cause for a search or. Wolters said. A if this is a Way to keep the kids from bringing the drugs to school in mall for it a said Ginger Thompson juvenile services officer with the Deer Park Pouce. Anything to keep drugs out of the schools in my opinion would be used a she said. The District will pay the police dog Academy $17.50 an hour to search or. Wolters said. He expects it to take half a Day for each school longer if the dog finds anything. If a dog does uncover drugs in the Campus it will be dealt with administratively he said. Amp Nith and his dog demonstrated to students at an Assembly what he and the dogs were capable of doing. A i done to expect to find five pounds of marijuana or heroin a or. Wolters said. He called the move an Effort to reduce and eliminate drug traffic on the campuses. School violence not seen Here tug of War a Flat inti at Deer Park Juster High participated recently to a county fair game Competition. Classes competed a Ohlidal a Milr Aga tast each other sad the tag of War wan of the events. Deer Park schools have not experienced the wide spread violence reported to be on the increase in Houston and throughout the nation. A about the Only kind of violence we be experienced is vandalism Quot said or. Leon Wolters assistant superintendent for secondary education. He said he had heard no reports of any physical violence Between student and staff or students and students. A we Haven to seen any a suburban schools Aren t having any problems Quot he said and cited ghetto schools and schools where there is a heavy Black concentration As the areas where the most trouble occurs. The District does hire a Security guard at the South Cam pus of the High school but Only to guard the parking lot to prevent vandalism to the cars Wolters said. Tile vandalism he reports is mainly after dark and the District deals with that problem by lighting and Locking All areas. He said he had heard no reports from Pasadena Clear Lake or other surrounding suburban districts of any problems with student violence. The Houston Independent school District operates its Security department on a $700,000 budget according to the Houston Post. They also reported that there has Bee a 85.3 per cent increase nationwide in assaults on students and a 77.4 per cent increase in assaults on teachers Between 1970 and 1973. Mcdonald seeks position shinny sign Sells More i i. In about what he can do for our interest. In fact it gets Down Bill Mcdonal j i appearance policy reviewed by Sher i. Iofi Unrot than adults. A most adults done to a it a like Sears and Roe la j Bill Macdonald,42, his wife Dorothy and step children Vanessa and Lee reside at 314 Crete St. He is owner of Macdonald construction co. Bom in Monroe Louisiana and raised it the pan handle of Texas Macdonald graduated from Phillips High school Phillips Texas attended North East Louisiana state University and the University of Houston where he majored in health safety and physical education. He is past president of the alumni club of North East Louisiana state University. Macdonald a hobbies include Hunting fishing and motorcycling he is a member of the men s slow pitch softball team an officer of the Deer Park tigers youth football cub. Macdonald in seeking re election As councilman to position 6 is a a Man concerned about what he can do for our City not what our City can do for he has this to say facts from the history of Deer Park a just a few years ago the qty Hall was packed every Council night. Citizens groups wree formed As Many people were concerned about the manner in which Deer Park was being governed. A in those Days some councilmen changed their votes publicly and privately depending on who applied the most pressure. A for the first time a Public referendum vote was required in order to make a decision that should and could have been made by qty Council. And that a the Way it was a in my four years As a member of the qty Council the business of running your City has been conducted in a sane logical atmosphere of Mutual interest. In fact it gets Down right lonesome on Council meeting nights since there is no need to Jam the qty Hall to make sure everything is . A a done to return to the a Good old Days paid pol adv Dorothy Macdonald. Samoa in Troa Awrore by Sheryl Lightfoot Progress staff shrimp. The sign is misspelled because the Man who painted it for her spell. A but it Sells shrimp done to it a said Kathy Byrum. Byrum who has been Selling shrimp daily on Hwy. 225 near Beltway 8 since last summer is a she said the Best in the business. She sold shrimp in Seabrook four years before moving her truck and camper to 225. A a in a Here every Day i stay till dark thirty Quot she said and explained that dark thirty is thirty minutes after dark. She said the sign attracts some attention but that kids notice the misspelling More than adults. A most adults done to know its spelled wrong. They con t pay any but the kids notice and everyday when the school bus goes by they All lean out the windows and yell a a shrimp Quot Ste demonstrates How she puts her fingers in her ears it drives her crazy she said. She gets All kinds of customers she said. A the most important people in the work pass through these doors Aid some of Mem buy shrimp a Tate said pointing at 225. A i got a lot of people who come Here she said she a the Best in the business because she guarantees her product. If a customer foe air to like what he buys he knows she a going to be there the next Day. A a it a like Sears and Roebuck Quot she says a they been there a King time. In a Gonna be Here a Long time her secret for Selling Tai Rimp a if they re not pleased give pm something better or give Mem their Money she has a health card and a $25 License on the truck. Quot they make you Quot she said. Does no to the traffic the noise of the big trucks bother her a traffic sounds like Money to my ears a she says. Where does she buy her shrimp she wont Tell. A Trade Kathy Byrum says she a the Best. A i know it they the other shrimpers know it. Why one time i heard one of pm say Quot in a going Home Kathy a shrimp Kathy balata Sals tar shrift in Hwy. Tit Ber customers. A a Ald Tbs steals who made it for staff Plato under the direction of Joe Cathey chairman the student personal appearance policy committee of the Deer Park Independent school District will be organized and reviewed As it is annually. Parents school employees members of the student body regional Knowles Board member and James Risinger administrator will meet soon to discuss any changes that they feel should be made. Since handbooks for pupils and parents Are to be revised and reprinted Early in the sum candidates to answer questions All the candidates in the Council race have accepted invitations to the a meet the candidates rally planned for Friday night. The league of women voters is sponsoring the rally which will be at 7 pm. At the Community Center 610 san Augustine. A i Hope for a big turnout a said Loretta Caudle league president. After Brief introductions by end candidate the audience will be asked to write questions to the candidates. Chamber luncheon thursday a general membership luncheon for the Deer Park chamber of Commerce will feature up tyke Price Daniel or. The luncheon will be at noon thursday March 25, at the Lynchburg crossing restaurant. For reservations Contact Darlene Candle at 4794s64. Mer any proposed changes in the boards policy on the personal appearance of pupils should be reviewed As soon As possible. Members of the Community Are encouraged to present their views to Cathey m3 Ivy Deer Park to. 77536. Unsigned recommendations will not be considered. It is the purpose of the committee on personal appearance to keep the policy in conformity with generally accepted Community concepts of appropriate grooming chess and adornments for pupils attending Public schools in this District. Ground town Bob Vaughn makes a Deal for tickets. Walter Halls children get the measles. G. Atkinson buys an add decides to subscribe too. Everyone wants off Early on fridays. Gordon Robb will just spend it on lunch he says. Frances Robb reminds everyone of a meeting. Darlene Carwile says she has a phone glued to her ear. Bob Eckles Isnit sure he wants his picture taken. Journalism students find themselves in Austin. Mrs. Wiley Blue impresses everyone with three quilts especially one called a the Drunken sue Massey massacres Trees. Jim Giles is honest but finds out its All right after All. Flo Ross spends the weekend in new Orleans. Father Mitchell Keppler is the Parent of Mitchell m. Keppler jr., no matter what the Marine corps says. Sigrid Hower had a Bountiful barbeque after 8teve left the Freezer door open Bonnie Garrison gave a a some firemen and maybe some fireballs a scare the other monday night. Mrs. O. A. Forse Mother of Judy Fields is seriously ill in a Lufkin Hospital. Others sick Are d. A. Mudd mrs. Alma Alsup Bobby Eades b. C. Flowers and Doris Rice. John Lendo and John Castleberry Are hospitalized. De Schroeder gives lessons in super salesmanship. D. H. Toler is baffled by a Kitchen faucet. Bill Hadix pushes Spring cleaning nights As Well As Days. Loretta Caudle wishes there were 36 hours in a Day. Gordon Robb learns there Are Many uses tar discarded to backs. Fred Bruers bursitis throws a wrench in plans. Jack Jones is right on his toes this tuesday. David Mcknight la and David trosclaire 13, perform magic for mrs. Barcley and mrs. Comstock a classes. Both Are from Texas qty. Congratulations from the parents to Renee Escobar and his High school choir who won a first place March 20. Cornelius we8tbeld is in Pasadena Bayshore Hospital. Harold Dudley knows How to Tell a rooster but is not sure about a Rabbit. And what else is new Donna Thomas gives out a bit of free advice

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