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2-C THE BAYTOWN SUN Thursday, April 9, 1987 Baytown World Championship Barbecue Cookof COOKOFF UNNERS- UP THE BAYTOWN Polite Department team, with row, Bobby Massengale, cookoff co-sponsor; 369 points, won the title of overall runner-up Mike Mueller, James Thornton, Bull Dobson, team at the Second Annual Baytown World Charlotte Kilpatrick, trophy girl; and Alvin Championship Barbecue Cookoff held at the Soileau. Baytown Youth Fairgrounds. From left are (Sun staff photo by Angie Bracey) Doug Going, cookoff co-sponsor; Mac McMor- TASTE BUDS TASTE BUDS team members, from left, Todd Poole, Craig Dickey, Richard Sidenblad and Bill Dzilsky, all of Baytown, tempt passersby with their tasty entry in the second annual Baytown World Championship Barbecue Cookoff at Baytown Fairgrounds. The team is sponsored by Baytown Budweiser. (Sun staff photo by Angie Bracey) meineke "Mine-A-Key" MEINEKE DISCOUNT MUFFLERS 10 OFF All Mufflers with this coupon at this location only.
1215 Decker 713-427-0451 EXPIRES APRIL 30, 1417 PAT (PANCHO) YATES of Las Senoras Picates (The Saucy Senoras and Pancho) barbecue team looks festive at the second annual Baytown World Championship Barbecue Cookoff at Baytown Youth Fairgrounds. CHAMPION COOKS OVERALL GRAND Champions of the second annual Baytown World Championship Barbecue Cookoff held at Baytown Youth Fairgrounds, with 399 points, are members of the Silver Bullet Cooking Team. From left are Doug Going, cookoff co-sponsor; team members Randy Hanle, Leroy Berckenhoff, Dwayne Adams; Charlotte Kilpatrick, trophy girl; team members Monica Kubica, Raymond Kubica and cookoff co-sponsor Bobby Massengale. (Sun staff photo by Angle Bracey) SPORTS HI, SPUDS! SPUDS McKENZIE, the party animal, greets visitors at the second annual Baytown World Championship Barbecue Cookoff at Baytown Youth Fairgrounds. With Spuds are from left, Billy Angel of Baytown, Shirley Raley of Vidor, Courtland and Cody Kilpatrick with their father, Dr.
H.W. Kilpatrick III, of Baytown. (Sun staff photo by Angie Bracey) Law week planned at UH-CL A host of luminaries from the legal world will highlight Law Awareness Week April 13-17 at the University of Houston-Clear Lake, 2700 Bay Area Blvd. Leading off the weeklong event sponsored by the Legal Studies Association will be Harris County District Attorney John Holmes, who will speak on "Practicing Realistic Law" at 6 p.m. April 13 in the Bayou Building Forest Room.
On April 14, American Civil Liberties staff attorney Bruce Griffiths will talk on "Civil Liberties on the Job the Changing Rights of Private Employees" at 6 p.m. in the Forest Room. A seminar on wills will be conducted by practicing attorney Russ Austin at 6 p.m. April 15 in Room 1-311 of the Bayou Building. Practicing tort attorney Valorie Davenport's presentation is titled "Curtailing an Injured Victims Rights Tort Reform Legislation in Texas." He will speak at 6 p.m.
April 16 in Room 1-311. Rounding out the week will be a small claims court seminar conducted by former Justice of the Peace Larry Wilson. He will speak at 11 a.m. Friday, April 17 in Room 1-311. All sessions are free.
For more information, call 488-9466. Dayton school enters balloon race DAYTON "All of us at Richter Elementary have high hopes that we'll win this year's Great Balloon Race," says Mike Day, principal of Dr. E.R. Richter Elementary School. This week the youngsters began receiving messages from Beaumont all the way to Crawley, La." The message cards were attached to helium-filled balloons launched at the school on March 20, as part of the Writing Pals program sponsored by Weekly Reader's annual Great Balloon Race.
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974-5828 or 974-7181 in Houston Interviews and information wiN be held at the Com- immity Center, 2407 Market Thorsday, April t. Come by anytime between 9 am-l pm. Financial WTTlCJT Wm w9j MICROCOMPUTER TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE 4114WMmoptLoM, Htvsttn, Tx. 77057 Writing Pals program sponsored by Weekly Reader, the children's newspaper. Day says Richter Elementary is eligible to receive a first prize of $500 awarded by Weekly Reader to the school that submits the message that has traveled the farthest distance.
There will be 100 runner-up prizes awarded too. So far, the farthest-traveled message card sent back to Richter was found in Crawley, La. The balloon was launched by Josh Logan, a third-grade student at Ritcher. An estimated 800,000 balloons, provided free by Weekly Reader, were released all across the country during the first week of spring as the climax of the Weekly Reader Writing Pals program. The program is designed to motivate children to write to and to become familiar with students in other parts of the country.
"All the kids at Richter Elementary and teachers too are keeping their fingers crossed that one of our balloons will fly the farthest," says Principal Day. Calico Welding in Liberty donated the helium for this project. WERE FIGHTING.FOR VOURUFE American Heart Association.
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