The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on April 28, 1986 · Page 19
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 19

Baytown, Texas
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Monday, April 28, 1986
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THE BAYTOWN SUN Day provides family fun MIKE AND Carol Bryant relax under the trees during an enjoyable day of visiting with friends at Chevron at the Cedar Bayou plant. The annual picnic is traditionally a time to socialize and renew many acquaintances. Activities for all ages, food and fellowship fill the busy schedule for Chevron Day. Sun staff photos by Angle Bracey i D1ANNE HAMMINGER, left, cAecKs in anocner unevron employee, Linda Fox, right, and a guest, Curt Wild, during Chevron Day. y- -s LATOYA WILLIAMS participates in the penny scramble amid an avalanche of polyethylene tablets. She's the 4-year-old daughter of Harvey and Carolyn Williams of Hankamer. siw CLASSIFJ }'>'M * m CLAUDIA AND Mandy Pomykal, daughters of Mike and Gayla Pomykal of Mont Belvieu, enjoy the lunches served during Chevron Day at the Cedar Bayou Plant. Claudia is 7 and Mandy is 5. f\l • .£1 I "TERRY BOYETT, Chevron fire and safety specialist, shows Karla ^-FJ.I11CV^ J.11J. J.U.dJ.I^C UXl f; Blakely and Cliff Maddox, Chevron employee, how CPR is practiced. i ^ £« «e m s were d,sp,a y e« ,„ u,e safcty , en, d ur,n g Chevron WQr J ( J CU l tUre Studied \ r V V I £ "Everything You're Hungry For" TRY OUR DAILY SPECIALS! Come By And Get One Of Our Texas Sesquicentennial Mugs TRY OUR HOMEMADE ONION RINGS SONKMItGfR 99' Sft. FOOT LOM6 CONEY 99 STiAK SANDWICH 99* *.<» M: ' -i OFFER GOOD THRU MONTH OF APRIL 3203 GAITM RD. 42S-M31 CAPILILLO, Mexico (AP) — The discovery of the oldest stone buildings in North America has prompted scientists to reevaluate the contributions of the Olmec civilization that built them, an Austin architect who visited the site said. "The Olmecs really had much more influence than we thought," said Logan Wagner, one of several U.S. scholars invited to the site in western Mexico by the Mexican government. Wagner said he visited the site near Capilillo on two occasions. "They were the mother civilization," he said Sunday. "Everything started with them. This is an extremely significant site." . ~ . AIHater cultures in the area, including the highly advanced Mayans, used what they learned from the Olmecs to develop their own calendars and writing systems, Wagner said. Wagner, who is originally from Mexico, said he had a longtime interest in archeology. The scientists' group, including several University of Texas professors, went in December and again earlier this month, when they were allowed to take their, first photographs. The Olmecs were the first North American people to erect stone buildings, the first to construct elaborate irrigation systems and to use written dates. Wagner said the buildings, made of limestone bricks the Olmecs carried from a nearby quarry, have been dated back to 1400 B.C. The oldest stone struc- " tures previously discovered in North America date to 200 B.C. Two levels of the site have yet to be excavated, but Wagner declined to speculate about when the earliest levels were built and occupied. PORTABLE PATIO CHAIRS. Fold-up patio director's chairs made from wood and metal rods and canvas slings! Extremely easy assembly, lightweight and convenient. Illustrated instructions. #2011-2 S4.95 PLANTER BENCHES. Handsome, inexpensive benches stand on latticework-covered planter boxes. 2x4 lumber and waferwood. Step-by-step instructions for corner bench and stand-alone straight bench. Size easily altered. #2070-2 S4.95 PVC HAMMOCK. No. 1918-2 $4.95 PVC GLIDER No. 1912-2 H.95 BIRO FEEDERS. No. 2017-2 S4.95 PRIMA HIPPOPOTAR1NA. True artiste! Easy to make !rom flannel with satin and net dance costume. Full-size patterns and complete instructions. 18 inches tall. #1350-254.95 To Order- fully illustrated and detailed plans for these delightful projects, please specify the project name and number and send the dollar amount specified tor each project. Include S1.50 postage and handling. For faster delivery, use zip-plus-four zip code. Add S2.95 for catalog. Mail to: Classified Crafts Dept.C 7;:,jo Box 52189 Tulsa,OK74152-0189 CANADIAN RESIDENTS: Please add S2.50 lor postage NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR WASTE DISCHARGE PERMIT RENEWAL GENERAL TELEPHONE COM- IPANY OF THE SOUTHWEST, I P.O. Box 899, League City, Texas 77573 has applied to the Texas • Water Commission for renewal of 'Permit No. 11296-01 which authorizes a discharge of treated domestic wastewater effluent at a volume not to exceed an average flow of 6,000 gallons per day from the Baytown Office waslewater treatment plant which is located on the east side of North Main Street, north of the City ol Baytown, approximately </t mile north of Interstate Highway 10 in Harris County, Texas. The effluent is discharged into Harris County Flood Control Ditch No. Q 114-00-00; thence to Cedar Bayou Tidal in Segment No. 0901 of the Trinity-San Jacinto. Coastal Basin. The permit, if renewed by the Commission, will specify conditions and limitations generally the same as those currently en forced by the existing permit. The expiration date nf the existing permit was March 3, 1986. It is proposed that the expiration date be specified as midnight, five years after dale of Commission approval. • Legal Authority: Section 26.028 of the Texas Water Code, as amended, and 31 TAC Chapter 305 of the Rules of the Texas Water Commission. No public hearing will be held on tliis application unless an affectec person who has received notice 01 the application has requested a public hearing. Any such requesl for a public hearing shall be in writing and contain (1) the name mailing address and phone number of the person making the request; and (2) a brief descrip lion of how the requester, or per sons represented by the requester, would be adversely at fected by the granting of the ap plication. If the Commission determines that the request sets out an issue which is relevant to the permit decision, or that a public hearing would serve the public interest, the Commision _shall conduct a public hearing. , after the issuance of proper and timely notice of the hearing. If no sufficient request for hearing is received within 30 days of the date of publication of the notice concerning the application, the • permit will be submitted to the Commission for final decision on i the application. Sealed bkta will be accepted by the Lee College District, ill South Whiting, Baytown, TX 77MJ-W8, until 10:00 a.m., Monday, M»y 12, 1986, for COMPUTER ACCOUNTING SYSTEM, GYM FLOOR REFINISHING, and TELEPHONE SYSTEM MAINTENANCE, at which time the bids will be opened in the Board Room, Rundell Hall, :.Lee Drive, Baytown, Texas. Bidder representatives may be present at bid opening. Specifications and necessary Information may- be had by calling at the Office of the Purchasing Coordinator. The Board of Regents reserves the right to reject any and all bids or accept any bid deemed most advantageous to it. Lee College is an EO/AA employer and successful bidder must be same. Kyle W.Jennings, Purchasing Coordinator Lee College District SUPPORT MAY 14-17 1986 i Requests for a public hearing I and •'or requests for further in; formation concerning any aspect 'of the application should be sub- i milled in writing to Michael E. 'FieJd. Assistant Chief Hearings I fc-xaminer. Texas Water Commis- :sion. P.O. Box 13087. Capitol Stallion. Austin, Texas 78711. 1 Telephone < 5121 463-7905. • Issued this 9th day of April. 1986. ! /s/Mary Ann Hefner MARY ANN HEFNER. Chief Clerk Texas \Vater Commission (Seal i 422-8323 SANS/PAR "Strvice withNt t*al" Something Added: • COMMERCIAL /RESIDENTIAL ELECTRICAL • MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION • MASTER ELECTRICIAN LICENSED. BONDED. INSURED RIG WELDERS "Rapid. Quality Response" QUALIFIED- Yfcur Materials And Procedures -'TURNKEY WORK- AM equipment and consummables (713) 4224037 314 Schilling P.O. Box 3072 Baytown, Texas 77522 IMNOTICE!!! Classes Will Be Starting This Coming Monday If you, anyone in your family or friends are interested in TRAINING for work as a: PIPE FITTER STRUCTURAL OR PIPE WELDER Please call the BTS Admissions Office at (713) 427-0695. FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE FOR THOSE WHO QUALIFY. VA APPROVED. Accredited by Southern Association Colleges & Schools Baytown Technical School 324 S. Aii-hart Drive Boylown, T«*o« 77520 TWO YEARS IN THE ARMY COULD GET YOUR CAREER ROLLING. Tod.ivs job market is a real jungle. Evervonc wants experience, Hit no one's witling to give it. The ArnwV different. Consider this: if von invest just two wars in the Armv. von could come out with valuable experience in a ikill of vour choice. The Arniv hits n wealth ot two vear skills to choose from. Skills in Armor. Engineer inn. Communications, and more. Manv of these skills have civilian job applications. So vou won't <io into the interview erupt v- handed. Don't stall. Tike off in a new direction with a two-vear Arniv enlistment. Call vour local Armv Recruiter for details. BAYTOWN RECRUITING STATION 4539 Gartfc Rood, Suite 202 D Baytown, Texas 77521-2123 (713)427-5675/5676 ARMY BE ALL YOU CAN

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