The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on April 29, 1986 · Page 10
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 10

Baytown, Texas
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Tuesday, April 29, 1986
Page 10
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10-A THE BAYTOWN SUN TuekUy, April 29. 19* Growder seeking party nomination A. Don Crowder is seeking the Democratic nomination for governor in the May 3 party primary. Crowder, 43, of the McKinney area, is an attorney in the Dallas law firm of Crowder, Mattox and Udashen. He served as treasurer for Jim Mattox's successful campaigns for attorney general, the U.S. House of Representatives and the Texas House. Crowder has also previously served as chairman of the Collin County Democratic Party, president of the Lovejoy School Board and a Lucas city councilman. He is currently municipal judge for Lucas, Allen and Cross Roads and holds a bachelor's degree and a doctorate in law from Southern Methodist University, During a recent campaign stop In Baytown, Crowder said he supports a state lottery and the legalization of pari-mutuel betting as ways of raising money for Texas, Crowder said a lottery could add $2 billion to $6 billion to state coffers while legalized horse. racing could add another S200 million. Crowder said he is opposed to any new taxes. The educational reforms approved by the Legislature two years ago went too far, too fast, according to Crowder. He said a student's eligibility to participate in sports and other extracurricular activities should be based on the average of all his subjects. The current no-pass, no-play rule bars a student, failing one subject, from participating in extracurricular activities for GROUND QUARTERS DON CROWDER ECKRICH m, I BEEF SMOKED SAUSAGE PRICE SAVER FRYER THIGHS & DRUMSTICKS SHENANDOAH GROUND TURKEY DECKER REG. Oft BEEF FRANKS SHUR FRESH JDMBO CHUNK BOLOGNA SHUR FRESH MEAT FRANKS CHOICE LEAN BEEF SHORT RIBS CHOICE BONELESS RIBEYE STEAKS OSCAR MAYER REG. M BEEF SLICED BOLOGNA TYSON CHICKEN FRANKS SHUR FRESH SLICED BACON ROEGELEIN CHUB SUMMER SAUSAGE PRICE SAVER SLICED BACON SOOCH BLUE RIBBON SLICED BACON that particular six-week grading period, Crowder said students Involved In extracurricular activities comprise only 15 percent of those failing one or more subjects, Tutorials should be established to aid all students, The educational reforms, Crowder argued, also took away too much control from the local school districts. On other issues, Crowder said he favors an elected Public Utility Commission which would be more responsive to the public and would keep rates in line. He said he supports prison reform aimed at rehabilitating inmates by providing them with an opportunity to improve their education thereby enabling them to obtain jobs after being released. Crowder said he also favors measures to boost the Mexican economy as a way of stemming the influx of illegal aliens. SMOKED PORK CHOPS Hester Cross a candidate for the Silver Haired Legislature Hester Cross is a candidate for the Silver Haired Legislature from Harris County Precinct 2. A 40-year resident of Houston, Ms. Cross is self-employed in the real estate and insurance business. HESTER CROSS Ms. Cross is a charter member of the Arlington Heights Civic Club. She is also vice president and legislative chairwoman of the American Association of Retired Persons Chapter 957 in Pasadena. She is also public relations representative for Chapter 1 of the Texas Senior Citizens Association in Pasadena. A member of the Walters Road Church of Christ, Ms. Cross is involved in singles' activities and teaches home Bible study classes. She supports health care cost containment; full restoration of the over 65 homestead exemption, currently being reduced by $10,000; improved operation of nursing homes; effective regulation of utility rates; and equitable taxation for all citizens. The Silver Haired Legislature, consisting of and elected by citizens 60 years and older, will meet this fall. BBBS raises about $700 in Great White Elephant Sal Big Brothers and Sisters of East Harris County raised more than $700 in its first Great White Elephant Sale held at First Christian Church of Baytown. BBBS volunteers picked up furniture, clothing, uniforms and household items donated by the public to be sold in the sale. Those items were then priced by members of the Beta Psi chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority before the sale. Merchandise not sold was donated to the Baytown Area Women's Center and Baytown Sheltering Arms. Debra Price, president of the BBBS advisory board, said the sale was a success and provided the group with experience which will be used in future sales. Proceeds from the sale will fund activities for Big Brothers and Sisters and their matches. e Most recently, matches participated in an Easter egg hunt sponsored by the Key Club and Keywannettes of Ross S.. Sterling High School. In the past, matches have participated in other activities such as weekend campouts, holiday parties, skating parties and bowling parties. BBBS is a private, non-profit social service agency created to assist children from single- parent families. Big Brothers and Sisters are adult volunteers who commit to sharing their time with a child between 7 and 14. The agency is located in the educational building of First Christian Church of Baytown, 201 Forrest. For more information about BBBS, call 428-8470. School menus WEDNESDAY BAYTOWN BREAKFAST - Fruit juice, waffles, butter and syrup and milk. LUNCH — Coney or Salisbury steak with gravy, green peas, triangles, beets, salad, roll or bun, milk and baker's surprise. BARBERS HILL BREAKFAST - Bacon, juice, waffle and mtlk. LUNCH -, Spaghetti or steak fingers, carrots, mustard greens, tossed salad, cheese roll, milk and pudding pop. ST. JOSEPH LUNCH — Hamburger on bun, french fries, hb salad and milk. CROSBY BREAKFAST — Scrambled eggs and toast. LUNCH — Pizza, com on the cob, green salad, kolache and milk., EXTRA LEAN BEEF PAJITAS SHUR FRESH GRADE 'A' LIMIT 3 DOZ. WITH ft *20 Oft MORE PURCHASE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES ft WHOLE MISKETS EGGS MARYLAND CLUB COFFEE SPRITE, RES. OR DIET COCA COLA DELUXE PIZZAS SHUR FINE WHOLE GREEN BEANS KRAFT BBQ SAUCE scon PAPER TOWELS SHUR FINE HAMBURGER DILLS 30 C OFF FAB DETERGENT OFF 30 C OFF LABEL INSECT REPELLANT 30' OFF PALMOLIVE LIQUID DETERGENT PRICE SAVER RAISIN BRAN BATHROOM OR GOLDEN CORN $1 00 SKINNERS VERMICELLI OR SPAGHETTI NESTEA INSTANT TEA KRAFT LA CREME TOPPING NEWMANS OWN, W/MUSHROOMS DOWNY FLAKE (REG. & B'MILK) WAFFLES MAHATMA RICE SPAGHETTI SAUCE KRAFT ft MOON COLBY OR L DUG HORN CHEDDAR HEFTY FOAM COMPARTMENT PLATES SHUR FRESH BUTTERMILK 99 C $179 uoz. cm. I SHUR FRESH COTTAGE CHEESE RAID PROFESSIONAL ROACH & ANT KILLER LONE STAR CHUNKY DOG FOOD SHWFKSHSOFT MARGARINE CRACKERS TENDER YELLOW SQUASH SIMKIST VALENCIA ORANGES RUSSET GREEN CABBAGE C

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