The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 30, 1969 · Page 3
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Joe Lowden Heads Up Crosby's Lions Club CROSBY (Sp) - Joe Lowden is new president of the Crosby Lions Club. Other officers are E. G. Fuchs, first vice president; J. B. Highes, second vice president; T. G. Plocheck, third vice president; C. Crampota, secretary; Ray Enck, treasurer; Jimmy Walker, Lion tamer, and Cecil Dunn, tailtwister. Directors are Lee Campbell, Joe Keating, O. C. Nelson, Larry Anderson and Paul Carleton. LIGHT BULB SALE This year Crosby High School National Honor Society sold the Lions light bulbs to raise funds for the "A" Student Banquet. In one day's time, over $400 was grossed with a net profit of $188 to the Club. "A"STUDENT BANQUET Crosby Lions Club, with the cooperation of the National Honor Society, held its ninth annual "A" Student Banquet at the Tower in Baytowa The RENTACAR theme of the banquet was "Do You Dare to Dream?" Lion Jim Corbitt was master of ceremonies. President Paul Carleton gave the welcoming address and the Rev. Richard L. Irwin, pastor of Milby Methodist Church, Houston, was guest speaker. Miss Linda Campbell, school counselor, recognized the parents of the "A" students, and Robert Cunningham, high school principal, recognized the undergraduate "A" students. School Supt. Jerry Prochazka, presented framed certificates to senior "A" students. Each of the undergraduate "A" students received certificates also. A total of 59 students and 143 parents and guests attended the banquet. The senior "A" Students were: Kenny Adam, Kathy Blanscet, Charlotte Bryant, Michele Doskocil, Carol Ecles, Owen Fuchs, Carmen Hare, Larry Pira, Shirley Prochazka, Debby Rath, Linda Roeder, Liz Scott, Peter Sherrod, Mary Anne Wilson and Jimmy Yarbrough. MEETING PLACE The Crosby Lions Club, since September, has been meeting at 7:30 p.m. at Keating Ford on the second Tuesday of each month and at Hilliard's Cafe on the fourth Tuesdays. The fourth Tuesday is Ladies Night. National Franchise Syitem Of Ford Dealers COURTESY FORD «R-(IS1 CA 8-9751 (Houston) CAN'T DRIVE TO CAPITAL JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) There are no surface transpor tatjon routes into Juneau, the seat of territorial and state gov- eranEnt for Alaska since 1906. One gets to the capital by air or water. Primary employers .remain local, state and federal government agencies. NEWLY-ELECTED Baytown Education Association president, Jepp Busch, receives a gavel pin and congratulations from Carolyn Baker, outgoing president. Miss Baker installed the new BEA officers at a dinner honoring retiring members. Seventeen teachers and administrators received special recognition for their years of service to the education profession. U.S. Steel Man Heads Up Lahey Foundation Baytonian Gets Navy Reserve Scholarship Friday, M«y 30. 1969 ftw J Chief John Blakeway Jr., U. S. Navy Recruiter for the Baytown area, has received notification that Arthur Martinez Jr., 17, son of Mrs. Carmen Martinez of 1606 W. Humble, has received an appointment for a Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps scholarship at Tulane University. Martinez applied through the Baytown recruiting office and earlier this year was given qualification tests at Rice University. "As far as my headquarters can determine, young Martinez was the only one in this area and one of the few in Texas to receive such a scholarship. Selections are only made once a year," Blakeway added. Upon completion of college, Martinez will serve four years in the Navy as aline officer. He said he is planning on applying for pilot training and eventually lopes to get into the astronaut arogram. Martinez was a band reporter 'or Robert E. Lee High School; president of the Junior Engineering Technical Society and a vice president of the Baytown American Field Service exchange student program. Graduating cum laude this year, Martinez was also a nember of the National Honor Society, a member of the student council and has participated in many science seminars. Chief Blakeway said the scholarship program provides an "excellent opportunity for young men who can meet the ligh qualifications. I have applications available now for next year's selection cycle ... I invite young men to contact me for more information." BOSTON, MASS. (Sp) — Robert C. Tyson, chairman of the finance committee and a member of the board of directors of U.S. Steel, is the newly elected chairman of the 40-man board of trustees of Lahey Clinic Foundation. Tyson has been a periodic visitor to U.S. Steel's Texas Works in Baytown. Established as a clinic in 1923 by the late Dr. Frank H. Lahey of Boston, the Foundation has since become an internationally recognized, non-profit medical institution serving more than 500 Attend Church Sunday out-patients and 300 patients in affiliated hospitals daily. Through Foundation facilities at Chelsea Naval Hospital, New England Deaconess Hospital and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, its research division coordinates laboratory investigation with special programs for patient care and the development of improved techniques and methods of treatment for a variety of complex cases. The Foundation also offers an advanced program of post graduate medical education. In recent years, more than 1,700 Resident Physicians from this country and abroad have enrolled following their Internships. ROBERT C. TYSON Overparking In California Can Be Bothersome CORONA,Calif. (AP) —Mrs. Leonard Thompson was cited last December for overtime parking in Stockton, Calif., but she was unconcerned since she and her husband never have been in Stockton. . At their request, the Southern California Automobile Club arranged for dismissal of the charge. Mrs. Thompson now has received her fourth citation for overtime parking in Stockton, which is 400 miles north of Corona. Stockton police unearthed an explanation: The car cited had Oregon license plates with the same number as Mrs. Thompson's California plates. WORLD ALMANAC FACTS Open Daily 10:00 To 6:00 Open Thursday and Friday Until 8:30 For Dress or Casual Wear ... The Sport Coat in 55% Dacron and 45% Wool Reg. 27.50 2 button side vent styled coat in $5% da- cron polyester and 45% wool with rayon lining. With stay pressed fmiih. Choose from solids, plaids or checks in blue, brown, olive, gold or grey. Sizes 36 to 46 regular and long. 22 It's Permanent Pressed! 80% Dacron and 20% Cotton Short Sleeve Dress Shirts Reg. 4.00 Completely wash and wear and never need ironing . . . it's 80% dacron polyester and 20% cotton. With two pockets. Single needle tailoring. They keep that freshly ironed iook all day long. Sixes H'/j to 17. ?5 Great Gift Ideas for Dad and Grad at Money Saving Prices For Casual Wear or Sports! Mock Turtle or Layered Look Chavasette Knit Shirts Reg. 5.00 Choose from the. popular mock turtle neck or layered look in rayon chavasette. Perfect for golf, bowling or taking it easy. With self bottom and sleeve cuff. In assorted solid colors. Siies small, medium and large. 2 99 Permanent Pressed Pants in 55% Wool and 45% Dacron Reg. 15,00 Permanent press in wool and dacron polyester, that fresh pressed look stays even in wet weather. Deluie harmony trim and no- roli waistband. French fly with hook and eye closure. In blue, brown oJtr* or gold. Siies30to42. 10 99 The phrase "get down to brass tacks," meaning get to facts and realities, may have originated at the buttons and bows department of the old general store, The World Almanac notes. 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