The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 21, 1987 · Page 5
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Baytown, Texas
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Friday, August 21, 1987
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THE IUVTOVXJN SUiN Friday. August 21. 1W7 ,5-A Deaths and funerals Panel allows Mattox access to SMU records r. . . • GEORGIA B. MILLS BARRETT STATION - Services /or Georgia B. Mills. 90, of Barren Station will be field at 2:30 p.m. Saturday ul First Missionary Baptist Church wild the Rev. £.!'•_ Brown o/- /iciotini:. Mrs. Mills, a lifelong resident of the Barren Station community, died U'ednesduy at her residence. She was a member oj Firs! Missionary Hupti.vt Church. She is survived by a daughter and two sons -in-low. Alline und U'il/ord U hue Sr ami C.U', Hunks, all of Crosby; three SUMS and daushters-in- law. Jumesund Mary Mills end Lero.v and Ida Mills, all of Crosby, and Howard and Lottie Mills of Beaumont: II vrunchtldren, 20 great- urunik hildren, five -jreut -itreot- ttriindehildren und u host oj friends, Bunul. will be ui hu'ri>reen OmetoM in Barren Station. I'lillKvrers will be Jimmy, Mills. Char to Mii'iv. Gr<?t!uor\ Mills. Lt'roy Mslh, f-tt'ilMCfc Carvin and Sterling U>,i!0. Scrvuvs arc under the direction of M'ulKr'' Funera! Hinrn* irj Barrett Sia- llori. GATLIN .Vnirv: 'nf I er'nt't Gmfin, SJ. o) .AnahuUL arc H'hi'iluK'd Jnr . : p m I r.ijui i.>! :h,.* I if.M IKifliM Chiirvh D' Ana'Hu.i. •»:'h i ho Ki",>. K/M U c!ch u'i<; M;.-'r k r. Hardv offioulir.i'.. (,n:tli»>. iiicii U eti'ioM.'uv u: Ha%Mdo I ("t;'i:,i--:;-i Hosfti:;;i Ho «vu-- a mcmf'*.'' <t? :hf Firs; Buffi^ < 'u.'ih i.i? • Aru:'-siuc cimt Marine l..<K-h-r VVf «).? .A I A Ul Hi.' :'• 'ii>?-. !\ t--ii t 1 ', h:s wijo. Murv CitiTiii; <'; \nahui;t. !«<> tluuvhiers, _ 'lute M; I, .!•<•'!, .irij Man,! nt-h-its o; Sour lure; und June vcKiii 'htidrcn. Hur'.sly ur:,J Khuf'lu I j illi'i; « ,; <fr\ .(or, my Hi<i s«ui !.^u Hr' \!u> v,cs5. lii'Miji mi; 'H' ill AlivrtJi-r Cf»u'!cr. ir. Miin^ i/mer Scruii" ju' -.t'tdf t hi' direction at Sir-'hir.' I ur>,>!iii Hnr'51 1 lit I'mUli: STEWART Sen ;,r<. 'or /H;;\v Stowurl. .Sf), of McNiiif ar<- \t>! !nr ,' >i m Suiur./uv ut \tcl.ioht-n 1 rriipif null H , ,\ Jrnkcns. eldf , ( '! | u UIIME Shf ilifit H >vj!HAdu\ ui u' BiiMown 'Black box" contradicted K()MIU,:S. M irh ;A1'< A pilot's t'vevutiio^.s account con- tradicls tndicatitiiis from the "black box" recorders aboard Northwest Flight 2">"i that the wini> (laps had not town set for iakroti tselore the crash, m- The eo pilot of another Nor- tliuest plane awaiting takeoff and uatchinti Flight 2,i5 "was very positive" that the flaps were down, or in the proper position. John Lauber. a National Transportation Safety Board member, said Thursday. The board said earlier that preliminary information from the flight data recorder indicates that the flaps and slats. which give an aircraft crucial HI i., were not in position when the plane crashed Sunday, killing up to 158 people. In addition, investigators said cockpit voice recorder tapes of the pilot and co-pilot conducting a pre-takeoff check contain no mention of the wing flaps and slats. \-~* ^"~T V"~-* W"> ^—T «'«T-* *TT> VT" 1 * ^"«V w±"^ VJV ^V ^j^^^^^^l^^^i^fe iT LEADED GLASS 0«»ifi» in llmmi Ctati ftr T*w NWM •*• Offkt We carry o complete line o< stained gloss supplies and o large selection of gioss. A 60-year resident of Baylown, she was a member of McGowen Temple. Survivors include a daughter, Ruby Isarn of Houston; two brothers, Toft Beckley and William Beckley, both of Brookshire; and /our sisters, Mary L. Jackson and Margaret Garvie, both of Brookshire; Ella P. Alderson of McNair and Pauline Stafford of Los Angeles, Calif. Burial will be at San Jacinto Cemetery. Nephews of the deceased will serve as pallbearers. Services are under the direction of Johnson and Fraiier Funeral Home in Crosby. SIGLER Services /or former Bayioniun Hiram Sigler, 66, o/ Texas City are scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday at Enken-Linton Funeral Home Chapel wfih the Rev. Jon Murchison officiating. He died Wednesday at his home. He is survived by his wi/e, Evelyn Jane Siller of Texas City; a daughter, Linda Cathulcen Canione o/ Texas City; rwo brothers, Dudley Si'slei o/ Corpus Christ i and Etcel Sigler of Garland; und three sisters, Modenu Rurtkin and Arlerie Slrornun of Tex- urkanu und Evelyn Bryant of Houston. Pallbearers will be members of the military. Burial will be at Grace Memorial l\jrk in Hitchcock, Services are under the direction of Emken-Linton l : '»nt ! rul Home. YOUNG Services /or Aubrey Riley Vouns;. 66, o,f Old Kiver-U "mfrec are set /or I p.m. Saturday ul Earthmun Funeral chape! with Elders G.L. Read and H'oodrow H'llson O/fiCiUtirlK. ^'ouns died Thursday at his home. He -<us retired /rijni Pipe/liters l.ocu! IS/3. Survivors include his wi/e, Dortiihy ^ounx of Oid Kiver- U'in/ree. (hree scin>., John P. Vouns o; (.)ld River- U'mjree, Luther .-\. Vourtv o.l Corpus Chrisri and Doutiias M. .Aduir o.) ('.)!<{ River- \\in.jrti 1 ; his mother. Murihu > ount! (Jriii:v.i.\ IX'i.i ,HroJht'' p i. Jui'ies ^<iuntt of tjiu-rise und Bili Vounv of Irvini;; ?;vi' visie-".s, Gladts Hall of Orunvjc. Hur.i'i Hoar(j of Sun f : run- t.tM'ii. CuliJ.. Mamie l'ia'*tmond <>/ !!vi'i !i':i,us, Mary Suridti" i>{ Orariiie unii Nciiiii NK'Cunvr of Irvinv.. Jive vrcndi hildren. .Aubrey R, ^ (itiriu II o/ Rali'iy;h, N.i"., Jefen C \oumj of Old Ksvvr- VV mfrcc. V icKir Vuuns j'ii! Ifjfmt 'Younv, f'uih o/ Corpus C^riMi UMfi Mike .At'uir <>/ .Austin. ur'.^; DTI,' Sfro-Jt-srandritluvhli-r. Suruh !:. ^ nunv uf <")ld River- IVi'ifrcc Huricii wilj be j! ( odurireM t 4-!l!i'U'.'> , ( ' j ' a n (J so n s w 1 1 i serve u > {(uflfH'arerv Sorvici'N jre un<for ihe direct ion of t'arthinun i'iirieriil Home MULLINS V'rvin'v !«.ir /(irtiu'r Baytomun Luo Muliir.'s. ~~ . of San .Antonio are uhi'dulcii' 'ur 10 u "t Su.'uft'm u: Larthman Bu\ii>Mn Funerui Homo ChujH'l «iih Bi'hr>y K. T'hompMin oj- .lu'iatini;, Mr>, Mniliri 1 ,. u member oj f.tiviMdi 1 C huri-h ot C."h?isi, died Ihursduv ifi u Sun Aruonio hospilul. Sh<' p, surviu'd by her husband, Hurry Muliins u/ Siin .Antonio; one Mil and dauv.hior-in-luw. Johnnv Hob ufici Ethel Petors o.t Huylown; one t,iri;utu-r, Otto Smith o/ Cor- Mciina; t*»o urandchildrffi, Dan Motors o.* Hijytown und Cynlhie Friedl ni (lour l.uko, arui throe Stephanie / ru-dl and .Amanda Peters. Pallbearers will be Frank Campbell. I red Buvltss, .Andrew Dahltjuist, Carrol ElluHi, John Purlin and Paul (i u r c i u . Buna! will be ul Memory Gardens. Services are under the direction of 1 arthman Huyiown Funeral Home. AUSTIN (AP) - A bishops' committee reluctantly agreed to let Attorney General Jim Mattox see records from its probe of Southern Methodist University's football scandal, but only if he guards the information careful- iy- Under the United Methodist Church bishops' agreement finalized Thursday, Mattox can make public only those records that must become part of civil or criminal litigation. For several months, Mattox has sought investigative documents from SMU and the four-member bishops' committee that probed the Mustang athletic department scandal that killed SMU football for two seasons. The bishops have refused to comply, however, and a standoff continued for weeks. The agreement gives Mattox a look at the records and allows the bishops to uphold their promise to those who voluntarily testified that their statements would be handled discreetly, said B i s h o p L o u i s Schowengerdt, committee chairman. "The bishops have not capitulated," said Spurgeon Dunnam, editor of the United Methodist Reporter and media liaison for the bishops committee. He said that agreement means four people in Mattox's office can have access to the files and copy those pertinent to their investigation. Mattox said he is particularly interested in $860,000 paid to former Athletic Director Bob Hitch, former football coach Bobby Collins and former assistant Athletic Director Henry Lee Parker when they resigned as the scandal developed. "What we're looking for would be the inappropriate use of foundation moneys," Mattox said. Judge rules against HL&P in nuclear project AUSTIN (AP) - A Public Utility Commission judge has issued several rulings against Houston Lighting & Power Co. in advance of an upcoming hearing on whether South Texas Nuclear Project's Unit 2 is worth completing. Administrative Law Judge Howard Fisher ruled Thursday that STNP opponents can question HL&P Chairman Don Jordan. Fisher also denied an HL&P motion to postpone the economic feasibility hearing until Nov. 9. The hearing on Unit 2, which is scheduled to come on line in June 1989. will start Oct. 5. HL&P also suffered a potential setback when other parties in the case rejected the company's invitation for a tour of Unit" 2. which is approximately 75 percent complete at the STNP site near Bay City. Scott Rozzell. attorney for the company, said the tour would be a good way to start the hearing. Bryan Baker, representing the Committee for Consumer Rate Relief, an STNP opponent, disagreed. "This would be an opportunity for (the company) to put on a dog-and-pony show of questionable relevance," Baker said, adding he saw no reason to "go down there and kick the tires at the project." Fisher said he would rule later on whether a tour would be held. He also postponed a decision on HL&P's claim that expert testimony filed by CCRR should be ignored because the committee did not file the required number of copies. That testimony is crucial to CCRR's case. In it. consultant Paul Chernick of Boston predicts the STNP. including both units, could cost up to S3 billion more than the current S5.5 billion estimate. Unit 1 is scheduled to come on line in December, but Rozzell acknowledged Thursday that might not happen. The project already is seven years behind the initial schedule and will cost more than five times the pricetag set in 1973. 30 0 Full FOUR YEAR WARRANTY CUSTOM CANAL AID WJ Almost invisible clear, hearing Sold Elsewhere for as much as SUM each Sale price $799* 20% DiMtwnf WHfcTMsAdl Hearing Aids of Bay town I Sale Mfe U1-J7 Mn. Mon.-Fri. 9 arn-5 | 510 Forrest at Pruett Wm. Frank McCcc Ai4 Wiolofiit Hearing Test Call for appointments 422-5392 BARRY W. JAMES Certified Public Accountant Announces The Opening Of His Public Accounting Practice At 5300 Barkaloo Road Baytown, Texas 77521 713-421-1040 fl-Toro 7S7Y Boy.oy Dr. 424-1016 It font Ti. 616 W. M«,n 471-2505 427- 313 i MEXICAN RESTAURANT Orders To Go Available m>m+m* <••«•»«*»•»**«p»^ ^ ^ ^ ^ —* ^ — •» ^^ ^-» —* ^ ^ ^ • ALL YOU CAN EAT!! BEfF or CHICKIN FAJITAS ..talMb. Last week. HL&P said it had overspent its 1987 budget through July by S50 million, and the 1987 overrun could reach S100 million. Rozzell said the updated figures was the reason the company wanted to postpone the hearing. HL&P is managing partner of the project, which also includes Central Power & Light.and the cities of San Antonio and Austin. Baker said STNP opponents will show Unit 2 "should be canceled because it is more expensive to complete and operate than it is to abandon it and replace it with something else." THE NEW LIGHT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH CHRISTIAN DAY CARE CENTER GRAND OPENING• 1102 N. Main, Baytown, Texas 77520 Ages Accepted • 0 mtfcf. to 4 yrs. Breakfast, Not Lunch and Afternoon Snack Provided Day Care open - 6:00 am til 6:00 pm Fee • *37.50 a week Also accepting after school drop-in chHdrtn of eM 0901. REGISTRATION OFFICE OPEN EVERYDAY 6:00 am to 12:00 pm For information ami registration contact Mrs. Melon Doyle at 422-4800, 422-4356 or 524-7594 EXXON CLUB DANCE Saturday, Augusi Band: TEXAS BREW Members $8.00 Guests $10.00 Explore. Expand. Widen your horizons. Our line-up of classes offers more than 100 programs of study, leading to graduate and undergraduate degrees, and technical and vocational certificates. Fulfill personal and career goals. Consider the Lamar experience. Your future depends on it. Enroll now for fall! • Register August 24 or 25. • Begin classes August 27. • For information, call 880-8888. • Financial assistance is available. • Use VISA or MasterCard. can afford it! V LAMAR UNIVERSITY BEAUMONT

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