BHEA Announces Recipients Of Homemaking Awards Friday. May 30, 1969 Each year the Baytown Home Economics Association selects an outstanding homemaking student in each senior and junior school. A plaque, inscribed with the student's name, is awarded to her school and is hung in the homemaking department. Eaeli student receives a bracelet with the American Home Economics Emblem. Students from the senior highs receive gold bracelets and students in the junior schools receive silver bracelets. Recipients of the awards were selected on the basis of scholarship, attitude, responsibility, character and interest in homemaking. Two students from Robert E. Lee High School received the award this year. They are Virginia Narcisse and Nancy Rhodes. Virginia is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Narusse of 1804 Ontario. A member of the R. B. Sparks Future Teachers Association, she plans to attend North Texas State University in Denton and major in business education. Nancy Rhodes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Rhodes of 302 Burnet, is a member of the Keyeltes and Humanities Seminar. She was chosen Baytown Relay Duchess frotn REL. She plans to attend Lee College and Stephen F. Austin majoring in elementary education or sociology and minoring in home economics. Esmeralda Garcia received the award at Baytown Junior School. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Esteban Garcia of 314 Coburn, her hobbies are sewing, art work and stamp collecting. She will attend REL next year. Mona CToss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Closs of 207 Timberlane, received the award from Highlands Junior School. An "A" student, Mona will attend REL next year. Laura Pratt, the daughter of Mrs. L. A. Pratt and the late Louie Pratt, received the award from Horace Mann Junior School. A two-year homemaking student, Laura will attend Ross S. Sterling High. School next year. LOOK, .MA, what I caught! Tint it's only an illusion, caught by a photographer at Saigon's Tan Son N'hut airport when a iow-flying jel airliner lined up with the dangling cable of n heavy-duty crane. Ill-Fated Plane Flying Again The Shiga, Jnpan Airlines' $8.5 million jet that plunged into San Francisco Bay last Nov. 22, is back in the skies daily between Tokyo and Honolulu. The plane, whose 107 passengers escaped unharmed when it landed in six feet of water south of the San Francisco Port, underwent a $4 million repair, job at the United Airlines maintenance hangar here. After a successful test flight April 11 from San Francisco to Honolulu, the plane went back into regular service with a new pilot, an airline spokesman said Tuesday. Capt. Kohei Asoh, who brought the DC8 down in fog about three miles from the airport runway, has been assigned to ground operations in Tokyo as a routine retraining measure, the spokesman said. A federal investigation of the crash landing is under way. No results have been announced. The oryx. ;m African antelope, can go weeks or even months without water, deriving moisture from plnnls. MONA CLOSS Receiving the award at Cedar Bayou Junior School was Lisa Ubnosky, the daughter of Ted LAURA PRATT Ubnosky, and the late Mrs. Ub- nosky of 2314 Nolan. Lisa will attend RSS next year. LISA UBNOSKY Lightning Hits Two Homes Here; Damage Light Baytown firemen answered five alarms Wednesday. At 2:30 p.m. firemen put out a car fire at 1018 Ridgeway. They said damage was minor. Lightning hit two homes between G:50 and 6:59 p.m. causing minor damage. The first home struck was that of Jerry Kemply, 1300 Jefferson. The second belonged U> W. T. Jones Jr. of 1609 Oak Shadows. At 7:12 p.m. firemen went to the home of Cliff Bradford of 1701 Clayton after receiving a call that grease on a stove was on fire. Chief L. V. Bailey said the home was slightly damaged. In making the call to the 1018 Ridgeway car fire, Chief Bailey said firemen lost an American LaFrance fire extinguisher at Bayway and Decker. The extinguisher is loaded with dry chemicals and is potentially dangerous in the hands of inexperienced persons or children. Chief Bailey urges anyone knowing the whereabouts of the fire extinguisher to call him at 422-2311. President Pays High Tax, Too ' KEY B1SCAYNE, Fla. (AP) — President Nixon will be taxed about $3,700 on his two vacation homes here. Dade County Tax Assessor Wirt Culbertson sent the President a letter this week notifying him of his 1969 tax assessment. The assessments on Nixon's two homes increased from $60,650 to $75,860 and from $56,100 to $93,070. Culbertson notified Nixon he lias until June 13 to protest the increased assessments. There arc 25.OIK) kikes in ilu C;m;idi;in province uf Drili.sh Coin in bin. PLANNING a big week in Austin at Girls Slate are, from left to right, Pam Herring, delegate from Robert E. 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