A. R. Zubik -- 50 Participate in REL's Occupational Meetings

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50 Participate In REL's Occupational Meetings Fifty Bay town area busi-ncss ing; Mrs. Mary Guemnle mu- !uxl professional people were at sic careers- MrsMWk iSn Robert E \ *» ni«h QnVv^i „:„ -r.* b ' MI ?J Mavis ^en- Robert E. Lee High School Wednesday morning to participate participate in the annual occupational meetings for students at the school. A total of 1,927 students attended attended the sessions on businesses and professions ranging from highly technical fields to areas of vocational work. A second meeting in the series is scheduled for March 25 at the school. Those conducting the meetings and their topics were Maxie Kelly, Kelly, accountants; J. T. Ward, agricultural occupations; J. W. Ainsworth, air conditioning and refrigeration; James A, Davis, architects; Sgt. Carroll E. Miller, Miller, Air Force; Sgt. F. B. Wesl- erfield, Marines; William F. Murdy in, West Point cadet; Tony Schillaci, art, advertising and illustration; Bill Duplantis, banking and financing. Also, Al Flury, biologist; Mrs. Marilyn Uead, careers for women women in enginering, chemistry and mathematics; Dr. R. H. Perry, chemistry careers; Mrs. Elaine Linder, clerical and general office office work; Eugene Stewart, cosmetology; cosmetology; Dr. Karl Opryshek, dentists; Dr. R. O. Whitson, medical doctors; Homer A. Dal- Ion. drafting; and Miss Kathryn Stricklcr, dramatic-speech ther- M. Mackert, electronic computers; P. F. Bennett, civil engineers; J u li a n Samuels, chemical engineers; A. R. Zubik. Zubik. mechanical engineers; James Ellis, life insurance; Mrs. Bobby Sutphin, journalism; Robert Robert Strickland, lawyers. Mrs. Harold Reeder, RN, licensed licensed vocational nursing; Dr. Ben Rhodes, mathematics as a career; Roy McCbrmick, mechanics; mechanics; Miss Janice Manteris, medical technician; W, J.Strick- ier, merchandise and credit; the Rev. Charles Tekyl, ministers and religious education. Mrs. Howard H. Hunt, model nington, nurses; Mrs. Mary Har rison, opportunities in home economics; economics; Lawrence Reilly, personnel personnel and public relations; Jimmy Jimmy Moore, pharmacists; Billy Guiles, physical therapy. Dan Stallworlb, physical education education r for boys; Miss Mary Bartlctl, physical education for girls; Dr. J.-,T. Richardson, physicists; Clem Kovar, radio- television maintenance and re pair; Keith Dallas, retailing ca rcers; Mrs. Susie Powers, sec- lum, vocational fields. ondary education teachers'; Mrs. Elizabeth B a 1 s o m, telephone company employment, operators and clerical. Sgt. Joe T. Lawson, Woman's Marine' Corp.; John Guemple, technical fields; and Jack Col- If Only You Could Remember When By.'HAL.' BOVLK NEW YORK (AP)—Memory :it a penny a glass. is a strange, miser. It hoardr the oddest things, and in mo- trie fan was the envy of the merits of reverie parades them neighborhood. Every tobacco store had a vooden Indian at the entrance, and harness and hardware before your inner eye seemingly haphazard .fashion. You've been through life's mill yourself, if you can look back and remember when— You could be the life of any party by imitating Charlie Chaplin's duck-footed waddle. Ladies were so delicate and fainted so often that every well- run household kept a bottle of smelling salts handy to revive them. A wife who held a job outside the home tried to keep that fact from her relatives — as if it were a kind of disgrace. One of the biggest thrills of boyhood was to get to wear the wool wrap-around leggings your soldier uncle brought home from World War I. It was widely believed that business depressions were caused by sun spots and thaU anyway, there wasn't much that man could do to prevent them or keen them from running their course- Every small town had a champion whiuler and a champion champion : snifter and a champion liar—and sometimes these distinctions distinctions were all held by the same man, in which case he was certain also to be the champio.i idler. A boy's dream of getting rich started \v trying to sell homemade homemade lemonade from an orange stand in front of his home The first man to buy ah elcc- New Type Of Airlifting Is Success WASHINGTON (AP) — Pentagon Pentagon sources today reported success in testing a new method of airlifting lightly armed troops thousands of miles and equipping equipping them with heavy gear from waiting ship depots. Even a raging tropical storm failed to disrupt the operation seriously, authorities said. The test was held in late January January and February. A 4,000-man brigade of Army infantry was flown from Hawaii to Okinawa and mated with tanks, artillery, nmmuniiion and other stocks unloaded from depot ships. Army and Defense Department Department observers have reported since that there were no serious hitches — "that the method was shown to be both operationally and economically practical, stores often put outside a statue of a white horse. If your best girl held a spring dandelion under your chin and t reflected a yellow lint, this provided 3 r ou were fond of but- .er—and she was found of you. Anyone who didn't think ~Ed;ar ~Ed;ar Guest the greatest American American poet since Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was suspected suspected of being either a radical or an intellectual, or both. The richest man in the community community lived in the house that iad the widest front • porch. If you couldn't afford to pay ;pot cash for it, you didn't buy it. sychiatrists Are Blamed For looser Morals' LONDON (AP) — Dr. John lleenan, archbishop of Westminster Westminster and leader of Britain's Four million Roman Catholics, blames psychiatrists ar;i some of the clergy.-for looser sexual morals in Britain. Yet he thinks England is, on balance, a much more moral place than ii was in (lie days of Charles Dickens (1812-1870). ••• "People will confuse immorality immorality as mainly 'concerned'' with sex f| fornication, adultery and so on," said the archbishop in an

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  1. The Baytown Sun,
  2. 20 Mar 1964, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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