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April 22, 1986

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 3

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THE BAYTOWN SUN TuMMfey, April a, If Deaths and funerals High tech weapons prove worth over Libya **'. -*, * *'*• E.B. SWICK Services for Esiel Burl Swick, 75, of Buyiown were held ul 10 a.m. Tuesday ul Navurre's Paul U. Lee Funeral Home wilh (he Revs. J.P. Cranberry, J.E. Smiih anil W.S. Smith o//iciuiirig. Swick died Saturday ul a Webster ••hospital. I A native of West Plains, Mo., 'Swick came lo the Buyiown urea with •his family in 1921. He retired from -ihe treating department in Exxon's ; Bayiown Refinery in 1975 after 46 years of service. A member of Trimly Tabernacle, Sxvick .served for a number of years on the church board. He also .served us commander of the Hay I own squadron of the Civil Air Pairol. Swick was u U.S. Air Force ;, Veteran of World War II und served as u radar technician in Europe. He was preceded in deal It by his 'mother, Murihu Swick; u brother, Woodrow Swick; and u sisier, Alia Evans. Surviving are his wife, Summit' Asfi/ord Swick of Buyiown; a daughter, Lillian McGary of Bayiown; a son, dairies Donald Svvicfc oj Dullus; brothers. Glen und Paul Swick. boih of tiuytown; u sisier, Vadu Hagee of Cliannelview; grandchildren, Churissu McGary of Bayiown, Dnane McGary of VVinn- sboro und Vanessa, LuKoi und Wesley Swick, all of Dallas; and u number o/ nieces and nephews. Burial was at Cedarcrest Cemetery. Pallbearers were Gordon Ashwood, Leonard Collins. C.G. Swick Jr.. J.W. Gri//Uh. Elmer Taylor. Brill Putey. Cecil Newion and Lewis Woods. Arrangements were under direction of Navarre's Paul U. Lee Funeral Home. KELLY Services for Robert Morgan Kelly. 87, of Bayiown will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at Earlhman Baytowrt Funeral Home Chapel wilh the Rev. Ronnie Trice o//iciaiing. Kelly died Tuesday in u Buyiown nursing home. He was preceded in deaih on April 8 by his wi/e. Nancy Ann Kelly. He is survived by two daughters and sons-in-law, Beunu and Philip Cumbie of Crosby and Verna Jean und Tulrnadge Fletcher of Deer Park; and three grandchildren, Phyllis Ann Baker of Crosby and Richard L Hill Jr. and Wayne Fletcher of Pasadena. Seven great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews also survive. Burial will beat While Cemetery. Services are under (he direction o/ Eurihrnun Funeral Home. LeVIER McNAIR — Services for Muble LeVier, 60, of Bayiown will be held ul II a.m. Thursday ul Johnson and i'ruzier Funeral Monte Chapel wilh (he Rev. John L. Bales o//iciu(ing. A 14-year resident of Buyiown, Mrs. I.eVier died Saturday ul u Buyiown hospital. Survivors include one son, George LuBlunce Jr. of Buyiown; one brother und sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J;»ies of nation Station; two sisters, Lillian Collins of Barren Siulion und Jullie Mombreuu of Oakland, Cali/.; three grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren und numerous relatives und /riends. Burial will he ul Memory Gardens. Arrangements are under ihe direction of Johnson und Frur.ier Funeral Home, 7623 Harrison Si. in McNuir. arrr)s OPEN ARMS & HELPING HANDS FOR THE HOMELESS 427-9805 NOW ON SALE! the Texas Sesquicentennial Souvenir edition 30 full pages of important history facts about our 4 «&*£?3e^ ^*3*S33 *. t. a. • Can be purchased for $ 1 at The Baytown Sun offices at 1301 Memorial Dr. Also can be bought and sent anywhere in the U.S. for only $ 2. • It is a limited special print of 10,000 copies. . 6,000 copies have been given to local area school districts, the remaining 4,000 will be on sale to the general public. I <M< \MH« \TION < Ml WASHINGTON (AP) - When U.S. Air Force and Navy bombers raided Libyan targets last week, they were flying a mission that probably wouldn't have been attempted five years ago. And by pulling it off with the loss of Just one aircraft, Pentagon officials believe they struck a different kind of blow at home — demonstrating to congressional critics the United States' military punch is more potent because of the embrace of high technology. They believe this because for all the complaints about skyrocketing arms costs, last week's bombing raids depended upon sophisticated, expensive weaponry. And there is evidence to suggest that weaponry helped limit U.S. casualties. "Operation El Dorado Canyon" was not without Us problems. Five of th« 18 F-lll bombers and two of the 14 A-« attack jets sent on the mission never dropped a bomb because of mechanical or other unexplained problems. The strike also was clearly less than "surgical," given some extensive damage that occurred In civilian areas. Pentagon spokesman Kobert Sims has acknowledged that damage to at least one of the five targets was not what had been hoped. And Defense Department sources said the one F-in that failed to return may well have been struck by Libyan anti-aircraft fire. Nonetheless, five different targets wore struck by surprise, simultaneously, at 2 a.m (Libya lime), and damage was inflicted at all five sites, Sims noted last week. Five years ago, Air Force officials said Monday, the F-llis could not have mounted the same type of attack. Known by the rather Inglorious nickname of Aardvark, the F-lll was last built in 197*. B«t ft lift, DM service began retnftjtUpf tit* plane with a new infrarvd targeting and laser-guidance bombing system. Known as Pave Tack, the system Is built by the Ford Aerospace & Communications Corp. for $1.3 million per copy. Secretaries Week, April 21*25 You won't find it under your papers... You'll find it at • Silk arrangements • Fruit • Gift baskets * Gourmet baskets 2310 Garth Rood 427-6440 w FOOD MARKET 422-8036 1SOON. 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