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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 23

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THE BAYTOW1S SU1X Thursday. August 20, 1987 11-B NOTICE TO BIDDERS CITY OF BAYTOWN BID NO. H7W-D7 Sealed bids In duplicate will be received by the City Clerk of the Cily of Baytown until 2 p.m. August 27.1907 FOR: ANNUAL SAFETY EQUIPMENT CONTRACT, For »p«i(lcatk>ns and bid forms, contact the office of the Purchasing Agent, Baytown City Hall. 1401 Market Street, Baytown, Tx. 422-83)1. CITY OF BAYTOWN i B!DNO.S7W-«7 A;/; t. < //1 >//;/;/; fiovut Ti<:.\<:in<:its Sun staff photos by Carrie Pryor fhm «u»v •*» huf* to reur MM* eM Safliloction or your money back! 410*—Misses Sizes 12 to 26. Two-piece dressing in extended sizes. Bow trimmed peplum j waist is elastictted foe easy fit. i \ SWEATER.SHIRTS. M»ht b*»utrtul, feminine tops from ordinary *»e»t»ftlrt» »Jmp)y by «Jdlng * crocheted yoke! Fabric ix cut aw«y underneath for * light. *try took ana le*t. Crochet how-to, complete instructions tor two diRerent styles, assembly. *910 $4.95 Sotlifocflon or your money bock! 4117—Misses S*zes 10 10 2* S;;e 12 takes 2 vj yards 60-inch fabric.! Dress has elastic waist, comes in two sleeve; lengths. j FREE OFFER 3 Craft BooVs (value $8,85) i wN»n you wtSer one ol me i 12 95.books bsled bete*. I 519—An of Flower Crochet ' 121—Pillow ShOW 127—Afghans and 129—QutVEasy Transfers 05 hx po«»9»h«f*c»ng. 2j< MODULAR 00OKCASE. BuiW to suit! Simple destgn can be modified ***My to crtat* custom untts. Attend inet***. combine modules to fit your *p*c«! ln«ip*nsiv* 2 i 4 construction »tth 1-by shelves aa Oeep M you )!».*, M*t*rl»l« list tor Mmple urwt. Illustrated cutting end aMembly Instructions, design conslOenittons. •2*14 7254: Embroidered tow- i els for each day ol the i weetr. They're done in ] outline, single and lazy.; daisy! stitches. Transfers j for 7.,'motits included. j Each pattern $3.25 plus 75c postage handling !N v rtsoents add sales ta> < SmtiM: FOLDING PICNIC CADDY Unique 12 i 36 i 36-inch caddy with organuer pockets, lolds up and totes all the supplies ana food! Unfolds to form solid 36 < 60-inch picnic ground cover. Lined fabric cover holds removable Masonitt inserts completely washable! Detailed step-by-step instructions for cutting and assembly. «12*6$4.95 Satisfaction or your money bock! The Baytown Sun K-vi PBTthVD Wttf., , Sip, PMlfTt NWfMff. iFftEE Of FER 3 Craft Books (value 16.65) wfwn you order one of rfw J2.» booto KMM btto*. Crochet 117135-00* and CWhti Add >! OS tar I ' " CtAFTS 2i4 MAMMOCK STAND. Me tf«M? No eweM! HMHI yoor nflnwvwLii TrMfi iffMc wfn^M Mvoo And woWa* N wfw^v you Cvfftn MM 9wy lo fffivf, oint • tor l^fOvS 94.9S Satisfaction or your monoy bock! TO OffOtR compww pl»n*. prim project n«m« end number. •rx) ftwf nwtw. nMrm *n« zip code. Send check or money order for >p«cifiM WHOM*. AM SJ.tS tof c«t*Of ot projects. incru#n* tit in DISCOUNT COVPON3! Sena 10: DefM.C P.O. •»* 1000 •iAy, OK 740M-MXM OPXftffOtM MMKNTS: NEW ROBERT E. Lee High School teachers, from left, Larry Haynes and Mike Ball meet, from tight, Pete Knoer and Karen Rypkema of the Baytown Chamber of Commerce's educational activities committee. Ms. Rypkema chairs the committee, which hosted its annual new teacher luncheon Wednesday at the Holiday Inn. The program included a welcome from chamber president Richard A. "Dick" Rabinow, presentations by chamber executive vice president Tracey Wheeler and Baytown Historical Museum director Jean Shepherd and entertainment by the Carver Jones Faculty Traveling Show. CYNTHLA. MOORE, left, of the Baytown Education Association serves juice to Angela Mora, right and Yvonne Almazan, center, at BEA's new teacher breakfast Wednesday morning at Baytown Junior School. Ms. Mora is the district's director of bilingual education, while Ms. Almazan is a new teacher at Ross S. Sterling High School. BAYTOWN SCHOOL Superintendent Bill Kennedy greets Julie Elledge, left, a new teacher at Horace Mann Junior School and Kelly Turner, a new teacher at Kilgore Center, during the Baytown Education Association's Wednesday morning breakfast for new teachers. PVC BAR i STOOLS Of a trf«l«: •orv&enc.-,' PVC plajtic P-5W a"C a 1 rwood co^.Mruction. ba« measures *0 « 6' '32 ,n.cr>«» Uluitraseo plani include complete cutting ana aivcm&ty instructions, section on Buying ano «-tiPVCC'Oe Anyone can oo a'.' 1502 S* 95 Satisfaction ot your money Dock 1 USA SCARMARTT, second from left, a new teacher at Hopper Primary School in Highlands, meets, from right, State Rep. Tony Polumbo, Curt Ball of the Baytown Chamber of Commerce's educational activities committee and, left, chamber treasurer Dean Evans during the chamber's new teacher luncheon. Exxon's Baytown Chemical Plant, Exxon's Baytown Refinery, Gray Pharmacy and The Baytown Sun co-hosted the luncheon. Door prizes for the event were furnished by 10 Baytown businesses. World news Satisfaction 01 your money back! Commandoes attack Yugoslav vessels MANAMA. Bahrain tAP» — A Yugoslav vessel was attacked, boarded and searched by speedboat-borne Iranian commandoes in the Persian Gulf as a U.S. Navy-escorted convoy of Kuwaiti tankers approached the area, shipping sources said Thursday. They said the Birtair. a 7,-478-ton container ship registered in Ri- jeka, Yugoslavia, was fired on from a powered dinghy about 4:30 p.m. local time Wednesday. The bullets pierced metal and broke glass in the mess hall, but did not injure anyone, they said. The convoy reached the area, off the coast of Dubai, about four hours later, said the sources, who asked not to be identified. The raiders of the Yugoslav ship may have come from one of several small islands that Iranians have used in the past in similar attacks on gulf shipping. The shipping sources said the Iranians apparently fired on the Bir- bir to force it to stop, then searched it. probably to determine if it was carrying cargo for Iraq — Iran's enemy in the 7-year-old gulf war — or Kuwait. Iraq's ally. It was the second such incident in the gulf region in recent days. Man slays mother. 13 more, self HUNGERFORD, England (APi — In a day of blood and fire, a man wearing combat clothes and carrying an assault rifle killed 14 people, including his mother, before committing suicide and leaving this quiet town in a state of shock. Residents Thursday huddled along the main street, staring at National news Bacteria linked to dolphin deatlis NORFOLK, Va. <AP) — A common ocean bacteria caused the deaths of more than 200 dolphins that washed ashore in the mid- Atlantic this summer, according to a team of scientists who plan more tests to determine why. The infections developed because the dolphins' immune systems had been weakened by a virus, toxins, chemicals or a combination of factors, said Joseph R. Geraci, the head of a scientific investigative team. Since early July, more than 200 dead and dying dolphins have been stranded on beaches from Virginia to New Jersey. Bill bans Grand Canyon tourist flights SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) — President Reagan has signed into law legislation banning tourist nights below the rim of the Grand Canyon, a proposal his administration initially had resisted. The bill, developed in response to the June 1986 collision of a tourist plane and a helicopter in which 25 people died, was signed by Reagan at his mountaintop ranch, the White House press office announced Wednesday. The legislation also requires the Interior Department and Federal Aviation Administration to work together on a plan that better defines how airspace over national parks may be used. Iran official: Prisoner swap possible NEW YORK (AP) — Iran's parliament speaker says his country does not condone hostage taking and would like to help arrange a swap to free foreign captives in Lebanon. He said that tor such a swap to occur, the United States would have to exert pressure on Israel and Kuwait to release Shiite Moslem prisoners. The three countries have said they oppose what they describe as dealing with terrorists. But Israel has reteaaed Shiile prisoners to gain freedom of captured servicemen in Lebanon, and the United States last year engaged in what is widely viewed as an arms-for- hostages deal with Iran. newspaper headlines and talking about Michael Ryan's rampage Wednesday, which began in a forest outside town and ended seven hours later in an empty school. In the midst of it. the man neighbors described as a gun-loving loner and "oddball" went to the home he shared with his 60-year-old widowed mother, shot her to death, and set fire to the house. WESTMINSTER DAY KINDERGARTEN "A laboratory in Christian Living" 424-5314 7*00 Bayway Dr. FALL REGISTRATION MM *n w » •.*..11.10 .... Registration FM *1 $ Tuition '35 mo. CUSS BEGINS $IPT. 1 I PARENTS MfFTING AUG. 27--7:30(Wi • Reading Readiness • Number concepts • Creativity • Social & Physical development Lovit* Mfjyttorovich, M.A. •w*'^S^*»»p*. e *fS^ xs *^* •&&&*' *>,*&- swv CLASSIFIED

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