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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

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THE BAYTOWN SUN Monday, August 24, 1987 5-A JCL WINNERS NATIONAL JUNIOR Classical League convention winners from Baytown include Robert E. Lee High School students from left, David Carroll, third place in Latin derivatives, fourth place in Greek derivatives, sixth place in vocabulary, and loth place in advanced dramatic interpretation; Amy George, third place in Latin derivatives and 10th place in essay; Chris Rincon, fourth place in watercolors, sixth place in pastels, ninth place in dramatic interpretation and 10th place in boy's costume design; and Eric Twardowski, ninth place in marathon. (Sun staff photo by Angle Bracey) Freed nurse may be home soon Freeport doctor shortage may be ended FREEPORT(AP) - Freeport officials say they're hopeful a New Orleans doctor will set up a family practice in the city which has seen no new physicians relocate there for 38 years. After enlisting the aid of Braxosport Memorial Hospital officials for a search for doctors, Mayor Mark Vandaveer said the city of about 13,000, which has only two family practitioners, will give Iheir new doctor a warm welcome. After preliminary negotiations are completed. Dr. Nick Giannone. 34. who currently practices in New Orleans, will move to Freeport and could be practicing by mid-September. Vandaveer said. Officials have had difficulty attracting doctors since the hospital in Freeport closed four years ago. said Ur Gerald R. Ferryman. 04. who runs an industrial clinic as well as a general practice "There's just not a great number of doctors who want to come out lo the country." he s-aid 1'erryman said he has too many patients and is forced to turn many away "We get three or four calls a day from pvople looking for a private physician/' he said. Slork <|uot« i s : i.'i>urr«--i> o! Pa in ir. \\'ebbt*r. .i.tcksiin .tint Turns i .4. '•of . y 15 a.m..' ...... 344 ....... 82 13 TO'-s . 59 129M. 29S 65S 43*4 AT4.T Amoco Armco ...... Ashland Atlantic Rich Beth. Steel CGAE Chevron DowCtwm Dresser Ind DuPont Empire of Amer Ethyl Corp Exxon Kord Gpncral Electric General Motors GTE Gordon's ....................... 18V 4 G.R ........................... 60 Greyhound ...................... 39 7 v GSU .......................... 7S Halliburton .................... 41=* HCA ............................ 47',i Houston Industry ............... 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Most doctors new to the area decide to open practice in Lake Jackson, about 15 miles to the northwest, forcing many Freeport residents to travel to get medical care. In desperation. Freeport officials approached Brazosport Memorial Hospital several months ago to ask for help in the search for family care in the ci- tv. "Our concern is just trying to help Freeport do what it wants to do," said Troy Dean, hospital administrator, who helped with the search. "It's just going to be a real convenient situation to have somebody there." Giannone. who completed part of his medical training at the University of Texas Medical Branch, would work with families at Ferryman's office, while Ferryman concentrated on treating industry employees. HOUSTON (AP) - Nurse Kindra Bryan may return home to Houston sometime next week after recuperating from a 300- mile march across Mozambique, during which she and others were fed wild game, fruits, and sometimes leaves, a minister says. "Kindra is physically weak and needs time for recovery," said the Rev. James DeLoach, associate minister at Houston's Second Baptist Church. DeLoach arrived in Harare, Zimbabwe on Saturday, and visited Ms. Bryan at the home of James Rawlings, U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe. DeLoach spoke Saturday with reporters from The Houston Chronicle and The Houston Post after meeting with Ms. Bryan. Ms. Bryan was thin and weak and suffered cracked lips, high fever and exposure during the grueling 300-mile bush trek, he said. Ms. Bryan, 27. and six other missionaries were kidnapped in Mozambique on May 27 by pro-Western guerillas, and released Tuesday at the Mozambique-Malawi border. She was then flown to Harare. "When I did see her, it reminded me of the ordeal she had been through." DeLoach said. "And that did touch me." The condition of the other missionaries were similar to Ms. Bryan's, said Mike Oman, head of Youth With a Mission, the Hawaii-based charity organization that sponsored the group. DeLoach flew to Africa as a representative of Ms. Bryan's family, and brought svith him clothing and toiletries provided by her friends. "She was just as Kindra always is — appreciative.'' DeLoach said after he and his first telephone conversation with Ms. Bryan, and said she was surprised about the attention sur- rounding her disappearance. "That just astounds me — humbles me," DeLoach said Ms. Bryan told him. "I can hardly wait to tell you of all the miracles that have happened." The nurse arrived in Africa about four months ago, and traveled to Mozambique to work with Zimbabwe's mission to Mozambique. She was abducted about three days later by rebels of the Mozambique National Resistance. WDRDOFcAfOUTH Cooks up special interest for cooks each Wednesday in The Baytown Sun DAY CARE GRAND OPENING •& Registration - 2 for 1 •& FREE Pre-school with full day care •fr Transportation provided-before/after school ENROLL NOW FOR EARLY BIRD SPECIAL RATES KIDDIE DEPOT 214 Schilling 422-3057 • Listed Stocks. Bonds & Options • Over-The-Counter Stocks & Bonds • Tax-Free Municipal Bonds & Unit Trusts IRA's & Retirement Roll Over Accounts I EPPLER. GUERIN & TURNER. INC. INVESTMENT BANKERS V.E.v.SER NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE !^C Call: Max Altman Office: 17131422-3571 After Office Hours: (713l422-55ol 100 N. Alexander Century Savings Building Baytown. Texas 77520 Member 5IPC PY BIRTHDAY Joshua Craig & Eric Laoe Tanner e IV taea &.' H«ad} 4 ixaaa Ttnnrr «* tlp*£ Joi& crkWitctf fio *£• Nrtfc' ) <* July isi, while hii brtrfiy: Enc "ttf »1r<: tii lit tnrwi*» or, June Sai irt Linr 4 Trfru Patricia Mae Currie T ml Mamr, 1 ihann* Currw of Bj>lo»r. ctHrtrated N^ltf btrthdjvori JuK sr.s Mw luj ;»o broOwn Joe and janw* ii rirK^Kirwiij art Buddy 4 Mar ui* Cxtmt o( Crosby, wxl Jtrn 4 Pat I KXH*\ o! ftwnti. Amort* GPMV r ts Ruth Hearor. of Houston Heather Reoee Hernandez Pawntef of David i Lsa Hwnamfci o! Bayu>»B. celebrated her 5th birthday on August isth. She has one sister. Man Hernandez. Grandparents are Waller i Gloria Richardson, anil Julio & Maraert Hernandez, all o! Bayto»n Rebecca Renee Cunco Dauehicr of Richard 1 Man Ann Curtm of Bayiown. ceietiralcd her 6tli birthday onAupjslanh GrandparenlsareJarno C Cun«iof Denver. Colorado, and Mr. 4 Mrs James M Willis of Gatesville Teias Eugene (Trey) Roy LeBUocm Son at Kujew Hey UBJanc II * Un Jrjr. Cable UcBlanc or &aylo« <wt>uleil tin Jrt birthday m 3Ml Mr hai <xv bnxtirr. Mictnel Sooli UBUne tirani](>umU art Mr t Mn Kufterw Ho; LKUwtc o( ftayto%c. and «r John 'cablt ol Dunbar. I>enn irlvaoit Crrjl |r»ndp»mitj art KH« LeHlanc o{ Cro«ky. L^Mtstatu. and ClhelCabltotDunbtr ( Nathan Alkn Joseph Fabiau SOT. ol Wten I Anneltr Kabiao o! Bayto»n. celebrated his 1M binhdav or: July 2nd Grandmother: arr Ktfna Kimii- ol UPone 4 Juanita r'abian ol Ratioon. Gnul grandparents art Oons Dyr ol UPorte, and Mr I Mrs Joe Kamus ol TKhnor. ArVanus Orear Siral pandrootlier is Vera V an Horn ol Oillett. Artiniis KristelElayne Davis Djutr.ic: ol lv>uc 4 Rrenda Davis ol Baytown,»ill celebrate her tod birthday or-Aupui »th Grandparents are Mr. i Mrs Jerry Stone: Mr 1 Mrs Richard Pounds, all ol Bayto«n, and Mr Don Davis ol Lakewood. California Great- (trandparents are Mr J W. Henson; and Mrs Nina Henson. boUiolBa.vtown. Mr 1 Mrs 1 Sione ol Grangerland. Tews: Mrs Lennie Arnold ol California, and Mrs S T. Cnn. Sr ol K'lrbyville. Tno April RicWl Rogers Dauehier ol Mark * Tonia Rogers ol Bayiown. celebrated her 1st birthday on August 13th. GrandpwwWs are Mr i Mrs James E fant, and Mr i Mrs Caarles D Let. all ol Bavtotra Greal- grandparents are Q.M. Fant ol Woodland. Miuuaippi: D«IIK Berry ol Houston, and Manna Yochim o( Welch. Louisiana. Matthew Ryan Moseley Son of Karen & John Moseley ol Ra\town. celebrated his 2nd birthday on August 3>Ui. He has one sister. Knstto. Grandparents are Nelma Benson ol Houston. Mr i Mrs MeJton Tomlinson D( Highlands: and Mr b Mrs. Howard Moseley of Ba\to»n. Great- irandparents are Mr I Mrs W. E. Broom ot Baytown: and Mr. * Mrs Jodn Momsol Memphis. Tennessee. TaytarAoD Clay of Rill * Nancy Clay ol Baytovn. celebrated her 2nd birthday on Avjlo* IM She has tvo brothers. Bnan •M Jtrnny, «nd one sMer. TrMcff. Gf«ufr«mu ire fl«ty FeTMMti vt SayKwn. tome Fitch of AWnt; mt OHdrnt Von Cnnnnn of M*M (Ml Grrtt (rmMMthef is Muriel CrtrlMn Courtney Roth Ckw Dn(hter of Mat! * Ktttiy CtaK of Baytown. celebrated her 3rd birtMay on Ai||wt l«th She has one bnlhtr. Chiirte. Grandftrents art Bud I NMty Orm of Baytown. and Mr. i Mrs. B. E. TlMrMm of l.uftm Great frandlather Is Thomas Edwards of Lebanon. Natalie Scott Daughter o! Terry i lUrhelle Scott or Bayiown. will celebrate her 1st birthd«y on August 2sih She his one brother, Michael Scott Grandparents are Doris a Johnnie Singletary of Baytown. and Betty Scott ol Ofdejisbyrj, New Yorti Great-pandparents are Ruchwl Locter of Baytown: and Ida Singjetary ol Livingston AnoEUubetD Bunt DHghter of Mr. * Mn. Randy Busch ol Baytown. celebrated her 4th birthday on AngvM 23rd. She his one brother. Charles Grandmothers are Mrs Mildred Va^nan and Mrs. Alma Bwch, are Mr. t Mrs R.L. Tipton of Baytown, aM Mr » Mrs. James L. Vn|«Mm of Gn Jaime Leigb McBrkk DaugMer of Sieve * Pall) MoPrilfe of Baytown. will celebrate her 5U> WrUKtay on August 26th She has one brother, Jason Stephen McBride Grandptrrnts are Mr a Mrs Eddie A On* «f Raytovn. and Mr. • Mn. B E. McBrMt of Austin Great-(rranrtmother! are Mrs Frank Hefer. Sr of L*GntiRt: Mn Vine Omk of EHinpr; and Mn. WMtt

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