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April 25, 1986

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 10

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FRANK JENSON is seated in Ms Aeraca L-1S-B divpla? at San Jacsnto Man SatanJay and Stnd«y which he is restorin. It win be one f the l which he is restoring. It win be one of the planes on DONALD GALLOWAY stands by the Btsson the Gyrocopter which win be shown this weekend at aircraft exmdt at San Jaciiito Two suspected in murder spree LEXINGTON. Ky. A? — A bizarre spree of violence that Jsn iri'e frier; d= dead and two others suspected in the "gangster -style" siayinss has siiockec th:= io"*~ fcnovra for its -bjorc'UgHDrec horse iarms anc tranc~_il countryside. "inis ^ ihe stomping ground of ihe borse-farm crowd." said Ke:m Evans, who lives oa the eas: side of town where the slay- "Ii'= supposed to be a little zK>re genteel." Evans said. "Bui nve murders in one nisfct — :b.a:'s —.ore in line with something you'd expect from ^*^ i " York: or Chicago, not nice. ^uie: Lexington. The victims — two women and *-hree men — were found wiicin a '-Z"* miles of one another Wednesday niEbt and earlv Thursday. Two women friends of the five are charged with one murder and susoected in the other four, police sav_ The suspects and the victims had been drtnxing tosether througbout the aftensoon and early evening, police said. Three victinzs were stahbed and run over, another was ~:~ over and one died in a car that was set afire. sai~ Pavette County Coroner Chester Hager "It's really sort of a EanHster-stvle tactic they'reusing ' "It's a very bizarre situatii-n as compared to other homicides we've had." said Lt. John Biz- za.ck- noting that the 31-e£rass city of 210.0O:- in central "Kentucky had previously nan oni - . four murders this vear Lafonda r ay r oster. g?. and Tina Marie Kickey Powell. 27. both of Lexington, -ere each cnarsed with public intoxication and one count of m'zrder in the •death of Carlos Kearns.. ~. In addition to Keams. the •victims were identified- as his 45- year-OiC "•s-ue. ^irgmis: Trudv tiarreii. 59: Th&>nore Sweet. S3. and Roger Keene. 47 A £n;:e and gun were recovered, Birzack said He said to c^r tne motive in the deatns Adc;:;ona- murder cnarges * 'ere expected. BizzacJc said, adding that poiice beiievec me pair Billed all five people. "It is going to take us several days t: go over Graham sets Washington crusade ^VASKINGTON AP — Biiiy Granam says ne won't make -. nig "ea. out of any government big snois •»b,c might show up at his first "^"ashington crusade in a quarter-century" "We £150"*' of some who are probabiy going to come, and we welcome mem." the nation's best-kno»r. evangelist said Thursday at a news conference. "I hope they're some to sit there sot as political leaders but as individuals." he said. "Political leaders sometimes need the Lord more than anybody else."' -I'm hoping that seme wffl' find the Lord, but I certainly would not... call their names or anything like that to embarrass them." Graham. 57. ^^ c noet everv president since Harry Truman and has been friends with most in those four decades. Bet his eight-day visit to the nation's capitaL beginning Sundav. wfll mark only the third Washington trip for the major crusades that have made him famous around the world He preached here for five" weeks in 1952. declaring at one point that "Washingtoc-^witfa its BAYTOWN AREA WOMEN'S CENTER Crisis: 422-2292 Office: 427-2421 -ill prove the test of what is going to happen to America.' His :on-e at the news conference suggested things hadn't deteriorated as badly as me earlier statement impiiec they Still, he said- "Despite the tremendous unique influences z ~.<z. contributions o: v^ ashington. in many wavs it mirrors — sometimes m stark detail — many of the problems of our entire nation " Those problems include pover- t y and h o m e 1 e s s n e s s . -:nespreae crug aouse corruption. me Breakup of famines and an en.zemlc of loneliness . he sai n Graham conducted a second successful crusade in Washington in 19SO. drawing about 1 40. 000 people during a - eek at Griffith Stadium, home of the old Washington Senators But h-e -s-a= made to feei unweicome when efforts to organize arx>ther crusade fell rh roii g'n in 1973. "The lime just wasn't right." nesa:d. Early Bird Gets The Worm rate rt OK **esl ttev km IBM 'n 7 TOTS. NOW OfFOHKG AN 8Vi FIXED RAH OM ALL NEWLT BUILT HOMES md ~ m * c*-42S-1060 or 421-1154 NOW OPEN... BAYTOWN PLUMBING CO. 2t% MSOMMT ON SBTVia CNATCf NOW I 420-1651 Experimental aircraft to be displayed at Baytown mall 9jr JIM KYLE San Jacmto Mali OB Satorday w21 be tie site of an exhftxi of Aircraft Association <EAA> planes, ooe bemg a Beasoo Gyrocopter. The errhihit wffl be from 9 a m to !§ p-m. Saturday aod from noon to 6 p_m. Sunday. Frank Jensen, an owner of Ace Machine Shop m Baytown. serves as presides! of Local Giapter 712'of EAA. It's called the San Jscinlo Chapter. The 32-year-oid machinist said, buikSog experimental aircraft is a hobby thai once It gets IB your bkmd it's there to stay." Jenson is restoring a 194S Aeronca which will be in the show this weekend. The plane was used by the Air Force as a reconnaissance and trainer from IMS to 1S55. In 1948 the tag price of a new 3Qc was $4,500, if available today the price wooM be S4S.OOO. He wfll have about $8.000 invested in the complete restoration. Jenson has been practicing his 1976 and has been a J1S73. He recently boat a. era-down Volkswagen t**&r>* and buiU a 30 hobby pilot HP g**gwM* He btrOt the for a friend who will power his single-pisce biplane at speeds iq> toTSmpfa. The local chapter of EAA has 40 members with more than 20Q.OOQ members in 91 countries. Jessoc snd his wife, the former Susan Hoffmaster of Houston and two-year-old son Justin, live near the La Porte Airport. Dialysis center now open Kidney patients no longer have to travel to Houston to the Texas Medical Center to receive dialysis treatment. Baytown Dialysis Center. 45&0 N. Main, is now open. Drs. Camiio Barcenas, Whit- soa Etherid.ee g>vj Henry Muniz. board certified nephrologists. will staff the center "and will be available for consultation or problems relating :o the kidney. including kidney stones, diabetes anG high blood pressure. The center will also be staffed with nurses and technologists to help during patient %-isits The doctors are on staff of St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital in ibe Texas Medical Center, as well as ail major hospitals in the Pasadena, southeast Houston. Gear Lake and Baytowa areas. They serve as co-directors o: the Southeast Kidney Center in Pasadena. •'This is not just a center where patients just corne m for dialysis and leave. We are an education faciliry as -sell as a source for counseling and guidance in adjustment to chronic illness For formation about center, call Nancy Ethendge a: 526-5S24 Missionary conference scheduled Greater Peace Tabernacle. nonal: the Rev. and Mrs Artifacts from many countries 5901 Garth ?o>ad. will sponsor a Rlc'iard Carver, missionaries to will be on display naissions conference Friday. New Guinea: Else Lund, mis- Samrday and Sunday " S-onsry to Ghana. Ivory Coast: the Rev. H.E. Gerald. Texas Special guests include the district director of foreign mis- Rev. Harry Seism, foreizn mis- sions: and the ?,ev. and Mrs s i o n director of United Rick Hall of Bay-own- — is- Pentecostai Church Intema- s:onanes to Tanzania, Africa Services are se: for 7 30 p m Friday. noon and 7:30 p.m Saturday: arx: 10 am and 7 3 .m Sundav For —ore inf -121-577B Khadafy calls U.S. unci\lHzed TRIPOLI. Libya AP - L-- filmed byan leader Col Moammar ne-s aaescv Tals toia scr.'iei -ouma.ists -,ar-- o' on miiiLary target; and -errons: •--amrng cer_:ers U .5 off;c he • . ._ _ ^, ___ _^_ v _, i _ _ _ T » „ -• L _i~_ ur* rr » ,._ * _,'j. ... ^f J Americans and their NATO Moseo- The Tass report d:-d no: ^ h , _ aention Knacafy'; opinion of backing of terrorist attacks c-n ""T^T U it £ ~_. "•Westerners. Araericars. oarticalariv the _ i:: ^ — :e -'- e * sno~-n iate Kha.dafy. seated at a desk w-tr. A.pni 5 bombina of a West's^lm -t^^?:'.°~ • '^ :eiev - 10 - s picture of him in military nightclub frequented by US rvni^nar} ^aic. "It seems they- uniform in the backgrouai. also servicemen. 'One Am'enran are . £ 5 ? ecie5 |£ between pigs said the United States intended soldier and a Tiirkish -*cmar iBC nu_^ans i ney nave no: 10 fcii: nmn -s^en :t attaciec the died in that attack. Tripoli and Western journalists in TrrpoL ___ on Apnl 15- have not seen Khadafy since'tne me R.eagan adnnmstration raid, out be has appearec on Li- •--emes that anc say; the raid -as byan television several times developed to the level of normal Lioyan ports There »-as no indication whec the ?> minute i^tervie- was Graduation Time Is Forever Capture That Feeling of Pride A Accomplishment June 1st Jane Doe Robert E. Lee High School 1986 Marching Band CongrcTukrSons Yojr F 1x3 - S 21.78 Corvgrorutcrrions John Doe Ro*§ S. Sterling High School 1986 Are Proud of You" Your Grandporerrrs Submit Your Congratulations By MaB or In Person Jane Doe Barbers Hill Hi*h School Class of 1996 CongroTu) or tons Ycwjr ramify 1x2 - M4.52 1x1 - $ 7.26 In the June 1st issue of The Baytown Sun a page will be dedicated to the graduates of the Class of1986. Parents, Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles and Friends can purchase a space on this page congratulating their special graduate. :n.n aty_ St. si i

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