The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 2, 1969 · Page 4
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 4

Baytown, Texas
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Monday, June 2, 1969
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Monday, Jun« 2, 1969 MRS. BOBBY BEVERLY SWITCHES JOBS Chatting With Mrs. George Dietz, (right) Viola Cobb PTA President School Secretary In CV To Assume New Position By MURIL HART Sun Correspondent CHANNELVIEW <Sp) — To be a good elementary school secretary requires the combined talents of motherhood anil well organized office worker. Mrs. Bobby Beverly, school secretary at Viola Cobb Elementary School, sometimes puts mothering first. .She has been an elementary school secretary in the Channelview district for nine years. During that time she has applied band aids, wiped away tears, sewed on buttons, taken temperatures and located lost articles for Channelview youngsters as well as performing her secretarial duties at the school. Mrs. Beverly will resign from the district in June to begin work as a doctor's secretary. She will be succeeded by Mrs. Ralph Wills, who is now an aide- to Die school librarian. Both Mrs. Beverly and Mrs. Wills are long time residents of Channelview and both were active members of the Parent Teachers Association prior to becoming employed in the schools. Mrs. Beverly has three sons. Two, Kerry and Bobby, are grown, and Rex is in high school. Mrs. Wills is the mother of two. Her son Kicky and daughter Kathy are in high school. Mrs. Wills assumes her new duties in August. A*, LET'S E'-JJCr,' THE LDKiC f FAT, I TVHSJK A ^ATIO'JS WHILE WE CAW/ ALLAWFT SLAWXET >. SUPPSMTHS 7HRES-WC«ffl-l SH3ULF BE l/ACATIO SUPPS RECESS WILL SMSZi'-'KTOAV.-EEK BY TM£ T1VH WE OL'Z WAV 3A£X7OTH5 y TH' LiUE TODO LL BE , J (TSFLAPr'lMOALOJ TIV.E/ / V IW TH' M^J^^mMmm New Houston Airport Is Reality Editor's note—Houston Intercontinental Airport is nearly ready for its first passengers. After more than a decade of planning, the nation's sixth largest city has an airport designed to grow with transportation needs. By JOE SCHULA Associated Press Writer HOUSTON (AP) — Shortly after midnight June 8 a passenger plane makes the first landing at the massive Houston Intercontinental Airport, nearing completion after 12 years of planning, building and controversy. Passengers will deplane at an enclosed flight station jutting out from a corner of one of two completed terminals and walk a maximum of 475 feet to the lobby. Elevators will descend to revolving baggage counters on the ground level. An underground driverless train will carry baggage and passengers to parking lots. This is the unit terminal concept, unique in airport construction. In each building, connected by the underground train, is a concentration of passenger services such as barber shops, car rental booths and restaurants. There is even an airport chapei. Aviation Directors. E. Manzo, 51, calls it the "Houston concept." Although Manzo has submitted i his resignation, effective the ! day the airport opens, he is en- i thusiastic about the new facility. "The Houston concept takes into consideration passenger convenience as well as aircraft efficiency," Manzo said. "This is going to be one of the most modern, functional, efficient and beautiful airports in the world," he said. "We have room for expansion to take care of an increased number of aircraft and passengers." Occupying a 7,300-acre site 16 miles north of Houston, the airport is between Interstate 45 and U.S. 59 freeways. About S110 million has been spent on the project and the total investment may reach $300 million by 1980. At least 10 major airlines are expected to accommodate 4.5 million passengers at Houston a year by Jan. 1. The city has said the airport should generate $5.6 million in municipal revenue The Free Boy & Girl Want Ads Are Here! Get in On it Gang!! Fill Out the Coupon Today Ads Will Appear thru June 15th. Please Follow The Simple Rules Listed Below NO PHONE CALLS ACCEPTED (No Garage Sales' Hoys anil nirls in UK- Buj-town urea IX or uruler, may place U'nnt Ads in The Bnylown Sun Jimp 1-Jurie 15, 1B9. I'k-a.w, no help from (lie parent-^. K/JKE OF ; only one iwl jxir i*erM>n. tlnir; running errands clc. Boys' and Girls' Free Want Ad Order Blank Kncli ad may contain up to 15 word* including boy*' or girLss' name and age and price of article (not to exceed $50.00) which must apiwar in ad. Ads will appear In The Ray town Sun June 1-June 15 under u special heading In the ClaMslned Section. Ads mitsl be in the Classified office by 5 p.m. tho day before publication. BRING OR MAIL TO: Boyi' «nJ Girli' Want Ad», Th» Baytown Sun P. O. Bot 90 1301 M.morial Dr. Siytown. T«r«i Following is my Want Ad which I understand you will publish free of charge six consecutive days in The Baytown Sun between June 1 •• June 15. NAME OtTf ~ _ _ .PboiM Ho... •A f»r*nh or frutrditn liagtoum P.O. Box 90 Baytown, T*i< 1)01 MEMORIAL OR. yearly during the first year of operation, or about |15,500 a day. . Passenger volume is expected to exceed 10 million by 1975 and increase to 20 million by 1980. Mayor Louie Welch earlier estimated the city would lose J2.8 million if the airport did not open by the end of 1968. First discussed in 1957, Houston Intercontinental was scheduled for completion in early 1967. The city advertised for bids in early 1965 and the job proceeded slowly throughout 1965 and 1966, with bad weather and labor strikes contributing to the delay. The city advertised for bids in early 1965 and the job proceeded slowly throughout 1965 and 1966, with bad weather and labor strikes contributing to the delay. . Scheduled opening dates were moved to the middle of 1968 and later to the end of last year. Further labor problems postponed a predicted early 1969 opening. Welch and city councilmen, caught in increasing criticism over the delays, argued about construction contracts, design changes, the city's financial losses due to the postponed opening. Manzo, named city aviation director in 19C8, resigned in April because of differences with the City Council over plans for the present airport, William P. Hobby International. Hobby Airport will be operated as a private aviation facility after Houston Intercontinental opens. Houston ranked sixth in the nation in 1967 in general, or private, aviation and an estimated 3,200 private planes are expected at Hobby Airport by 1980. Op«n Daily 10:00 fo 6:00 Open Thurtd'ay and Friday 10:00 to 1:30 Special Purchase Sale! Machine Washable! Wrinkle Free! Fortrel Polyester or Full Fashion Double Wool 3 PC Knit Suits 40°° to 70 W Values 9O To 39 90 10% DOWN HOLDS YOUR SQfCDON IN LAYAWAY TV#« tpecial group* to ehooi« from. One group of 100% Fortrel polyerfer knit thai'* wrrnHa free and machine waihable. 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