The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 6, 1969 · Page 2
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 2

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, June 6, 1969
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tip V>*t0*» Friday, June 6, 1969 HOUSING TO MEET GROWTH NEEDS -. .{CogtintMdJFironi P**« 1) this community with this new project." Research studies cited by Decker OWE IS THEAimE rn. New Showing THflRUtlRtern SUED MENU- pnonwoon) I Patrick focused on Baytown's growth from a 1960 population of 28,000 to the current estimates which approximate 45,000. "Our studies show continued growth in Baytown, and we hope to make a contribution to that growth," Patrick said. Patrick, the Commercial and Residential Land Department manager {or the 15,000-acre Clear Lake City project in the NASA area, said Friendswood's involvements in other major land ventures insure the financial integrity of Rolhngbrook. i Branson I THEATRE KIDDIESHOW SATURDAY MORNING [g}r- Untrad Artwti — Phi* — Sidney Poitki IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT" t CAtTOONS 2 COMEDOS •Pint This Kecture "HOftftOftS Of TH€ HACK MUSEUM" 10—50e PIECES GIVEN AWAY! CONTESTS on STAGE JACKPOT DRAWING Friendswood's other project* in addition to Clear Lake City, include the Bayport Industrial Development south ol La Port* and Kingwood Properties, a 50,000-acre project northeast erf Houston, for which Friendswood is managing partner with King Ranch, Inc. In opening remarks to the Baytown Chamber, Turner pointed out that Rollingbrook is another in a series of la/id development projects by Friends wood. '•Friendswood's land development activity is a recognized diversification within the Humble corporate structure," Turner said. Turner introduced Patrick, who was named Commercial and Residential Land Manager at Clear Lake City in 1966. Previously, he worked in that department for a year after moving from Corpus Christi where he was in the Land Section of Humbie's Exploration Department for nine years. ,.\ graduate of Baylor University, Patrick earned his BB in 1950 and his law degree in 1S52. A native of Florida, he has lived in Texas since 1W2. Patrick served in the Navy with duty aboard minesweepers in the South Pacific. TOWER TO HOUSE 1,000 EMPLOYES (Continued From Pif* 1) terlocking architectural concrete panels. They will be made of selected aggregate to achieve the desired color and texture. New construction techniques will allow the enclosing of each floor as the building rises, rather than the conventional method of building the entire framework, then closing in the structure. Another unique innovation will be in the windows. These will be of a new style reflective solar glass, which while being mirror- like from the outside, will permit light and colors to enter offices without glare or distortion. The double-pane glass will eliminate 92 per cent of the heat transfer between the building and the outside, greatly simplifying the building's heating and air conditioning. The new solar glass windows, together with the 1,100 tons of air conditioning equipment planned for the building, will provide a MAP SHOWS LOCATION OF NEW HUMBLE-MUENDSWOOD DEVELOPMENT Camp R*b*r Is Site Of 12-Story" Office BuiWLng, Mt-UaJt Apartneat Complex constant perature building, year-round tem- throughout regardless of the the COLONIAL F "The trouble with girls" (and how to get into it) co-sidrrmg M-<r!yn iVldion, Sheree No'th, £dv/erd Andrews. guest s?<jrs Vincent Price,' Joyce Vjn Patten f>»-.-.i.v/ * t/r.-y.rJa \SO HERE'S BIG ELVIS NO. TL LEASED - - (Continued From Page 1) they received an approved HUD application for commitment to lease under the low-cost housing program," Flieller said. Flieiler said that he would recommend construction of conventional housing over and above the leasing program, but, as it stood now it couldn't even be considered. Campbell announced to the builders that he didn't want "any of you to get the idea that we are ready to jump off and say BHA is ready and willing to enter into leasing agreements for 200 or 250 units." Campbell said, speaking for BHA, that "We would like to see about 20 units initially ... for experience sake." Joe Aylor asked what was the immediate need right now for Baytown in the number of average bedrooms. Mrs. Miriam Turner, executive director, BHA, held up file folders and said: "One, two, three, four and six bedroom dwellings." SIX-DAY TRAPSHOOT LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) -The second annual Del Webb fall trapshooting tournament will be held here Sept. 16-3 »t the Sahara-Mint Gun Club. More than J1S,WO will be distributed during the six-day shoot. LUCY - - (Continued From P«f« 1) Lucy was about six years old when she made her own contribution to a worry meeting preceding an important game. Overhearing talk about a Port Arthur Football star, she became incensed at this threat to the Ganders. She charged into the living room and stomped up and down on a photograph of the Port Arthur ace. Fred Hartman wasn't able to run the photo in The Sun, as had been planned. Over 400 fans and friends have converged on Baytown from all over Texas for the Dan Stallworth Retirement Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Friday In the Civic Center. A barbecue dinner will be served from 6:30 to 8 p.m. during a combination reunion and reception. ToasUnaster El do a Berry will kickoff a program of praise and (?) promptly at 8' p.m. Stallworth, a school official' here in the athletic department for 30 years, will retire on June 30. Among special guests in addition to Mrs. Stallworth are Miss Rebecca Stallworth, teaching supervisor of the school for laboratory assistants at Sin Jacinto Methodist Hospital, and District Judge R. B. Stanford of Waco. AND PORT They scale the heights Where Eagles Dare... they must win World War II this weekend or die trying! Metro-Goldv^yn-Mayer presents a Jerry Gershvrin- Elliott Kastner picture starring Richard Burton Clint Eastwood Where Eagles Dare' also starring Patrick Wymark- Michael Hordern funeral Notices NATHAN L. WliJtINS Nathan Leonard WUkins, 77, of 708V4 Nazro, died at 12:45 a.m. Friday in a Baytown hospital. He retired as a boilermaker from Humble Oil and Refining Co.'s Baytown plant in 1956. A native of Bastrop County, he had lived in Baytown for 47 years. Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Sam Rayon, Mrs. Leslie Everett, Miss Lillian Wilkins, Mrs. BertradFritch and Mrs. Kenneth White, all of Baytown; two sons, Raymond Wilkins of Sheldon and Floyd Wilkins of Newark, Ohio. Twenty grandchildren and four great-grandchildren also survive him. Funeral services will be held ARRESTED - (Continued From Page 1) Remaining in jail is Frank Williams, 22. The fourth person is being held on suspicion. Justice of the Peace Glenn Vickery has not set bond for Williams pending a further investigation into the surrounding areas. Detective Bob Merchant said the group purchased the money orders in $2 amounts and then altered the one to read $92. at 10 a.m. Monday from the Paul U. Lee Funeral Chapel with the Rev. W. D. Rodeheaver, pastor of Congregational Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Memory Gardens of Baytown Cemetery. position of the sun or the time of year. The problem of a hot west side of a building in the afternoons will be entirely eliminated. The interior of the building will be as striking as the exterior. Distinctive, bright decorator colors will be used throughout. A modular design, featuring movable interior walls and light fixtures contain lighting, heating and air conditioning, and return air vents, will provide the maximum of flexibility while Any musician worth fiddling with is in the Panaviiion'ajnd Metrocolor "Lucky clothing" is another vivid memory for the daughter of a somewhat superstitious coach. "Daddy would start off with a certain set of clothing for the games and as long as the Ganders were winning he would wear the same clothes. As soon as the team lost, though, he changed those clothes. "We had a dog cnce and I remember one time that darn dog chewed up Daddy's lucky 'shirt. Sure enough we lost the next game. I believe it was with Lufkin." Lucy is a 1954 graduate of REL where she was active in the Lee Brigadiers and was an all-school favorite. She attended Baylor University two years before transferring to the University of Alabama. Her second week in Tuscaloosa she met her future husband. A retailing major, she was a member of Tri Delta sorority, graduating from Alabama in 1958. "I was going to be a career woman and come back to Texas," Lucy says of her original plans which were changed by marriage to baseball star Jack Kubiszyn. Jack is now an insurance agent in Tuscaloosa, his professional baseball career ending with a severe eye injury. Lucy says a baseball hit Jack's eye and nearly caused the loss of the eye. Jack and Lucy have a daughter Mary Kathryn, 5%, and a son Jack Jr., 4Vi. "Remember Gray Davis?" Lucy asked. "We visit with Gray and Jim often now." A former Baytonian, Gray is the wife of newspaper publisher Jim Boone, who was with the Baytown Sun several years ago. On Monday the Kubiszyn family moved in their new home at 186 Woodland Hill. Lucy admits they are far from settled in their new quarters. "Things are pretty hectic. This house has three floors and I can't climb the stairs. Plus a swimming pool that doesn't work," she laughs. By the way, Coach Stallworth may not know this yet: The new addition to the Kubiszyn family will have one of two names: Dan or Dana. PETROCHEMICAL SURVEY FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) The state Commerce Depart ment has contracted for • sur vey of Kentucky's potential inj the petrochemical industry. P Open Daily 10:00 to 6:00 Op*n Thursday end Friday Until 8:30 Boys Banlon Shirt Sale "' You'll recognize the Famous Label" Reg. 4.00 2 99 Short sleeve, turtle neck styling. No iron easy care 100%. nylon banlon. Colors .to match every outfit in your wardrobe. 8 colors to choose from in sizes 6 to 20. Woven Twill that Never Needs Ironing Boys Sto^resi® White "LEYIS" Waist sizes 26 to 36 98 6 Pi. In fine FortreJ polyester and cotton. Super slim with patch pocUt styling. Magically pressed for k»e>ps. In whit*, und, c*ctus, light blue and gre*n. Assorted lengths. S«y "CHARGE IT" Take Up To 10 Month* To Pay Us. Your Bay Fair CKarg« Card maintaining the attractive 'decor. Visitors and employes will enter the building through an impressive entrance and reception lobby. Five high-speed passenger elevators, computer programmed for maximum efficiency during periods of peak loads, will transport them to the upper Moors. One freight elevator will also be provided. A must for all visitors to the building will be the comfortably appointed Viewing Room on the new building's top floor. Visitors will have a commanding view of the refinery and the Baytown community. Vending food service will be provided at an eighth-floor snack bar. High speed micro-ovens will provide speedy hot snacks and quick lunches for employes. Enjay products will be used throughout the new buulding, from the butyl rubber membrane for moisture sealing underneath the entire building, to the industrial coatings to be used for exterior finishing applications. The building will be carpeted throughout using "Vectra" fibers produced from Enjay polypropylene, manufactured here at Baytown. Enjay "Nevamar" plastic laminates will be used in millwork, doors, specialized flooring, desk and table tops, and various enclosure applications. Enjay butyl, from here in Baytown, will also be used in various sealing and flashing applications. Enjay "Vistalon" rubber will be used as gasketing on all windows of the new building. Parking spaces for about 1,000 cars will be provided in parking areas surrounding the building. Neuhaus & Taylor, Houston architects and planning consultants, designed the new office building. Creel Serving RADIOMAN 2 George D. Creel, son of Mrs. Leora Creel of 303 Dyer is serving destroyer USS aboard the New hear Virginia. His ship, a U. S. Navy vessel, operates offensively against surface ships and submarines. His children, Terri Lynn, 5; Michael Wayne, 3, and Donna Gail, 2, all live in Baytown. 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