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August 19, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

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THE BAY TOWN SUN Wednesday, August 19. 1987 5-A Safety Council supports city's SADD chapters Baytown Citizens Safety Council members agreed Monday to send a letter to both Baytown high schools expressing support for the schools' respective chapters of Students Against Driving Drunk (SADD). The council also heard a report on plans assembled by the Harris County Traffic Safety Awareness Task Force to check for intoxicated drivers during Labor Day weekend. The task force gathered recently at a meeting hosted by Exxon's Baytown Chemical Plant. Each SADD chapter is without the faculty adviser it had last year, but a new adviser ap- parently has been recruited at Robert E. Lee High School, according to council member Sgt. Dale Schimming of the Baytown Police Department. Council member Ron Starcher of Exxon's Baytown Chemical Plant suggested the council urge Ross S. Sterling High School administrators to provide an adviser for the RSS chapter. Council member Eloy Valdes of Stauffer Chemical noted the Sterling SADD chapter has strong student leaders who might seek an adviser themselves. Starcher also lamented the recent end of the Houston office of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers. MADD officials at the national level accused Mary Nell Timmons, who headed the Houston office, with financial improprieties. Although the accusations later were withdrawn, the reputation of Timmons and the Houston office was damaged irreparably, according to Star- cner. "I think it's going to be to the detriment of all our lives to lose MADD," said Starcher. "We really have no avenue (without MADD) to focus on judges who are lenient on DWI convictions." Jim Bearden, executive director of the Safety Council of Greater Houston, said officials of his organization could study what might be done to restart MADD in Houston. Council member Jose Carreno of Exxon's Baytown Chemical Plant reported law enforcement agencies whose jurisdiction includes Interstate 45 between Galveston and Houston have agreed to devote at least one eight-hour period from the evening of Sept. 4 through the morning of Sept. 8 to checking for drunk drivers along 1-45. Carreno indicated the effort to identify drunk drivers will be strongest at the end of the holiday weekend. arft)s 422-0448 BARC needs continued support, director says By AMY KEMS Bay Area Rehabilitation Center is in need of continued support from the community, both through volunteers and donations, as it provides services to increasing numbers of the handicapped, BARC's executive director Linda Scott told the Baytown Lions Club Tuesday. The largest pediatric outpatient facility in Harris County. 'BARC opened its doors in 1948 Panel decides wrecker issue Baytown's Auto Wrecker Committee unanimously decided Tuesday that Manual Pease acted satisfactorily and in compliance with a city ordinance in handling a pickup truck that he towed on June 18. Mike Ward comolained to the committee that his truck was damaged when it svas recovered and towed during the early morning hours of June 18. Ward explained the truck was stolen around midnight on June 17 and was recovered about 4 a.m. the 1 next day. Steve Adams, a patrolman with the Baytown Police Department, told the committee the truck was found near J.B. LeFevre Road "several yards off the roadway in the mud." Pease, who was called to retrieve and tow the vehicle, told committee it was raining ai the lime. Adams testified that the "tall pipe was pulled up into the fender" during the process of retrieving the truck. However, Adams said he fell Pease did a satisfactory job in retrieving the truck and "did everything he could to get the vehicle out of the situation it was in " Boar d in e m b e r Jack Jungbluth commented it would be "pretty hard to keep the damage down" on the truck, considering it was found in a muddy place. WHEN YOUR FEET HURT, YOU HURT AIL OVER Dr. J.C. Tanenbaum Diplomat*, American Board of Podiatric Surgery -Board Certified Foot Surgery- * General Foot Care i Rehabilitation • Adult ft Children • Corrective Foot Surgery • Sports Medicine • Insurance Accepted 1101 W. Lobit Baytown (Acro« from Son Jacinto Mtthodirf Ho«pit«l) 428*1 922 and offers physical, occupational and speech therapy to all ages of handicapped persons. Mrs. Scott said. The number of clients has grown from 40 in 1972 to over 200, of which approximately 91 percent are children, she said. Mrs. Scott said the non-profit agency, which is partially funded by United Way, currently needs to be expanded at its current location on Price St. She said property for future expansion has been acquired near Barkuloo and Cedar Bayou roads, but money is the problem. "We. have about $300.000 in our buiiding fund." she said. "It's a start, but we have a long way to gO.": BARC provides its services on a sliding scale basis and is partially supported by the Goose Creek, Crosby, Deer Park, Channelview and Barbers Hill school districts, which benefit from its services. The staff of 30 provides an interdisciplinary program which aims to mainstream handicapped children into regular public schools. Mrs. Scott explained. The professionals also make referrals to specialists and conduct conferences with client families, she said. Volunteers do clerical work. such as making phone calls, handling mail and videotaping student evaluations. Mrs. Scott added that a 12- minute video about BARC's services, made in conjunction with Lee College last year is now available for community viewing. "Basically we're just trying to get across that there are handicapped children in our area who need our help," she said. THINK VHiitf Chapel for all your Funeral Home and Cemetery Need*. White Chapel FUNERAL HOME "The Only Full Service Funeral Homo In The Area CALL FOR PRK-ARHA>GI-:ME>T INFORMATION VA ,. Honor Most liurfal Plans 11(111 Crosbv Lvnchliurir Hd. 426-3555 EASTSIDE CHURCH of CHRIST 2100 Bowie 427-8729 tnH< Ira* , Ill MtQtsin Irt kn l«i CUoc IP JIST.A MOMENT 1 D.J >-ou <^"c' Jcrl !;'.« our culture ;s liysnj? Corrjption. NJIV "i*F?c> <lt'\ t':oiioi uf con'tic! and rn^ ruU rcp-iaan? common sv.vf s'u: rf^vo'v Kt\[i •:.•'•:. ':':• :h< mo it pan, tes r<plicfd Goi't we'd with siiuu- :.••..". <•;".<.•> ir.d [<!<• "tfn ir.otahiy" fwhich is no! tinyfhJRg man :r.sr the OLD IMMORALITY}. V> fir ft] a \psn:i.-fl! 'cwckemnj. MOM.'l Wilt NOT SAVE OS.' TV irjfiesto/cr,. • people iztu ipirsivijl tnj *:h Ow r,c:ion n iht nchcu — but loo*. o( us! w c -,<r J j -r» : vdi of spi".:uj.' conjoowneo — lo k>»< ttma m t r,t» jr.d liini'Mii-J »tti (in. N:15). i>.r -iff..' i: iu prs} ,!i.r rrvrvJi w ow ^jr:i. x*i<KM3. iht v^uft'h ur.d our rta:.-.'': Hf'? arr j '( w Kfpi jor a >t>u o/ your purpose. 6. 1X1 SOT BE TOO Bl'SY . To Nf fotih'ul TOU mu'jt be t sp*ciofist- •TH!S O".t THING I IX?" iPhU. ,»:i'.»|. '". Do not rust. Lwyour ;ti-.f crd Ijtrr,! Jia ihf ', txpcct treel :h:iRS from G<xJ. KEMVAI. ,A\0 HESlRHECriOS 'MEANS TO LIVE •H.AIV IMUUK DANCE TECHNIQUES Wed.,Aug.26-Fri.,Avg.2* 4:00-6:00 pm Ages: 3 to 16 ytar*. Clt«*«i htld «t Woodland Academy 4232 Hwy. 146, loytown Jtrri Collins, ArHrtfc Ow»ct»r tl 32S-1202 ENTERING OUR 9TH YEAR... BAYTOWN CHRISTIAN ACADEMY Announces an Historical First... i?r ^ ^GRADUATING SENIORS 1987-88 SCHOOL YEAR Registration is now taking place for our 1987-88 school year programs. This year we will be expanding from Kindergarten age 4 through the twelfth grade. Registration and testing is now being conducted for new students. Several classes are already filled so call as soon as possible if you plan to enroll your student!*). ""We are growing and moving forward. Come and join in our excitement. For more information please call... 421-4150 Students are admitted to BCA without regard to race, color, nationality or ethnic origin. A ministry of the Alliance Bible Church. 302 W. Cedar Bayou Lynchburd Road, Baytown Rtq*rtUe& of Your Age. SHAPE IT UP te • ^ /.; ,. jr- We're in business ro give >ou what y«, «'on.' from exercise. We'll help )-ou become c ne« you and moke =t tun' Facilities include Separate Exercise Areas for Women. Men and Coed. Larest-Store-of-the-Art Chrome Equipment, Circuit Weight Training Pro gro/ns. Swimming Pool, Whirlpool, 3 Finnish Saunas, Aerobic Dance Studio, Indoor Jogg ing TVoci and Advanced Free Weight Room. MUST BE 21 ANDOVERM OFFIR UMITID TO SO MIMMRSNIPS Separate Facilities for Men and Women FIGURE A FITNESS WORLD For Womvn *n4 M*n P«>RT OF THE FIGURE WORtD NETWORK OF SPAS 4834 Garth Rd. Baytown 428-2080 •w* cu i eimci or i or j tuic rmiwm Men tmum so»i»m«» oirn timtio TO rim »«ii fkmuvm ton ««i « ofnwo <n* iicnnc rmit TISIT utMTin •H»K»JI>IF OIJCOOTI ARE YOU LIVING WITH A CHILD YOU SUDDENLY DON'T KNOW ANYMORE? in a series PRESENTED BY YOUR CONCERNED MENTAL HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS Does your teenager: Spend more and more time alone in his or her room? Seem "nervous and tense"? Have severe, frequent mood changes? Exhibit a loss of interest in hobbies? Show a sudden drop in grades? Avoid old friends and seem to gather "unsavory" new ones? Wish out loud he or she ' 'were dead'' ? Argue with you about everything? Refuse to talk with you about anything anymore? Seem to not want to be a part of the family? If your teenager has more than 2 of these symptoms, he/she should probably be evaluated by a mental health professional. CALL NOW FOR A FREE CONSULTATION (certain restrictions apply) Alfred V. Dell'Ario, M.D. 1610 Bowie School Dr., 106B Baytown, Tx. 77520-3391 420-3093 TedW.KreU,M.D.,P.A. 1610 Bowie School Dr., 102A Baytown, Tx. 77520-3391 427-0222 Walter D. Gregory, M.D. 1610 Bowie School Drive, 107B Baytown, Tx. 77520-3391 422-5703

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