Bobby Zubik -- Class of REL 1967 Top Ten

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Bobby Zubik -- Class of REL 1967 Top Ten - From Sun files Readers' views Littlepage top...
From Sun files Readers' views Littlepage top scholar, 1967 From The Baytown Sun files, this is the way it was: 55 YEARS AGO K.R. "Bob" Dailey, research chemist at Rumble's Baytown Refinery, says he will be candidate candidate for the place which R.L. Carter is vacating on the Goose Creek City Commission. A former charity worker in Houston is arrested as a suspect in the robbery of First National Bank of La Porte. For several months he had been employed to dole out food and cheery words to Houston's needy. He says he robbed the bank because a streak of hard luck had hit him. SO YEARS AGO Humble Employees Security League reports 2,994 men — 86.8 percent of the 3,449 employees eligible to sign at the Baytown Refinery — sign their names to a petition expressing confidence in the company and objecting to plans of John L. Lewis for a CIO union campaign at the refinery. Plans to. open Pearce from Commerce to Goose Creek Street receive a setback when Houston Lighting & Power Co. rejects a request to donate 30 feet of right of way. E.E. Wainscott will open a variety store in Baytown in a building on Market Street Road. The store will sell items valued from five cents to one dollar. 40 YEARS AGO Henry Schutze, president of the Tri-Cities Civic Music Association, tells plans for a membership drive. J. Rodger Read and T.J. Pruett comprise a committee to study plans for garbage collection collection in the area formerly served by water districts before consolidation. consolidation. 20 YEARS AGO Dean Littlepage is valedictorian valedictorian and Mike Mullen, salutatorian, of the class of 1967 at Robert E. Lee High School. Ranking third in the class is Kathryn Gautesen, who is in Austria as an exchange student. Others in the top 10 are Dennis Gibbons, Mike Wood, Robert Zubik, Marsha McAlister, Mary McClintock, Pat Wimmer and Chris Ehlig. Geraldine Gieger is promoted to librarian in Esso Research & Engineering Co.'s Baytown Research Division. Art Simpson Funeral Home in La Porte announces it will go out of the ambulance business. Walt Bautnbach, president of the funeral home, assures La Porte City Council it will give the city plenty of time to make plans for a future ambulance service. To The Sun: ;] I think that the people d.f Baytown need to know that they have a friend in State Sen. Chet Brooks of Pasadena. He is a member of the Senate Financp Committee and voted for the "equity" funding proposal passed passed by the committee. This proposal proposal will return the funding for the community colleges to the 1985 level. This would be especially beneficial to Lee College. College. It would give us much needed funds to continue to inY- prove the quality education that Lee College provides. £ f As both a taxpayer and a member of the faculty I urge yoti to contact our state senator and representatives and encourage them to support this proposal. You might also take time to thank Sen. Brooks and ask him to pass that thanks on to the other members of the committee. committee. * Donald Perry 3310 Del Norfe

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  1. The Baytown Sun,
  2. 23 Mar 1987, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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