The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 28, 1987 · Page 3
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Baytown, Texas
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Friday, August 28, 1987
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THE • BA yTOWN SUN Friday. August 28, 1987 3-A GARY RUSSELL of Grace United Methodist Church has been named representative to the Methodist Conference Council on Youth Ministry. The conference which involves some 769 Methodist churches meet at various times throughout the year. Russell will be involved in the planning and directing of mid-winter camp for the conference. He is a member of the youth choir and boys handbell choir at Grace. A senior at Ross S. Sterling High School, Russell is the son of John and Audry Russell of Bay town. LC contract given for pilot program Lee College Board of Regents on Thursday awarded a contract to Bay Area Aviation for the LC career pilot program for 1987 : 8S, The board also approved the LC president, dean of administrative services and chief accountant as the three persons •who,will have access to the LC safety deposit box. : LC's depositor,- bank contract, recently awarded to Citizens Bank and Trust Co.. has a provision to maintain a safety deposit box for storage of important documents. Regents on Aug. 18 tabled the career pilot program contract for further investigation. At that meeting, they discussed proposals from Bay Area Aviation and apparent low bidder Channel Aviation and questioned represen t a 11 ves of each business After regents awarded the contract io Bay Area Aviation, LC officials said Bay Area's bid w;<s the only proposal that met college specifications On June 2. ly&j. Bay town Airport, formerly Humphrey Airport, notified college officials that Lhe LC program there couldn't continue because the airport was closing. College officials, searching for a new fixed-base operator. negotiated a contract with Bay Area Aviation that summer for the !'jW">-«7 school year. Information sought on cause of fire ANAIU'AC l.:.S Fish and Wildlife Service is requesting assistance from the public in determining the cause of an Aug. 22 fire on the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge. The fire burned for two days and'covered'over ;UAH) acres o! marsh on she refuge and adjacent private lands In addition to the impact on refuge habitat and facilities, the (ire threatened the lives and equipment of a seismic crew operating m the area, According to refuge manager Dom Ciccone, there is reason to suspect the fire was intentionally set by a person or persons traveling along Onion Bayou by boai The setting of fires on a national wildlife refuge is a crime subject to stiff criminal and civil penalties under federal law. Anyone having information about the fire is asked to call refuge headquarters at 267-3337. Park-and-ride refunds available Oct. 30 is the deadline for getting refunds for tickets for the defuncted Baytown park-and- ricle service. Refunds can be obtained by calling Gladys Harris at National Transit Service, the former operator of the park-and- •ridc.program. National Transit Service's telephone number is 222-6522. The park-and-ride service to downtown Houston ceased operations this week because of a lack of patrons. The service, which began operating on June 1. never had more than an average of 40 customers per day. Company officials said Ihe service needed an average of 100 travelers per day to continue operations. Free weatherization Help offered State Rep. Tony Polumbo, D- Houston. in conjunction with Houston Lighting & Power, is sponsoring a weatherization assistance program next week in Crosby, Baytown, Channelview and Highlands. The comprehensive energy conservation project is available free of charge to qualifying applicants and services available include caulking, weather- stripping, air infiltration gaskets, insulation blankets, new filters, taping ductwork and door sweeps. Presentations will be made at 11 a.m. Monday at Riley Chambers Community Center in Crosby; at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Walker Community Center in Baytown; at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Ramsey Community Center in Channelview; and at 11 a.m. Friday at Highlands United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall in Highlands. "I am pleased to co-sponsor the weatherization project with HL&P," Polumbo said, "the consumers of East Harris County will benefit from these energy services." For additional information on weatherization, call 660-3944 or 453-6336. Athletic insurance contract OK'd Lee College Board of Regents voted unanimously to award a contract for athletic insurance to low bidder Jim Bond and Company, Regents on Thursday also awarded contracts for athletic supplies and custodial supplies. Bond's bid, for $5,490, was secured through American Sports Underwriters. The only other bid was for $3,436. The cost last year was just less than 55,000. according to LC officials. The one-year contract includes a $1,000 deductible and provides $25,000 accidental medical and $10,000 accidental death and dismemberment coverage. Regent Don Coffey asked if this insurance, provided by the college for scholarship athletes, was required by law. Rick Peebles, the board's legal adviser, said in his opinion it'isn't.; .•..;•' '• • : ' • • - • ! Ron Ummel, athletic director, said he feels it would be "very unfortunate" if the college didn't provide some type of insurance for athletes. He indicated most other colleges provide some sort of coverage. Seven companies, all low bidders meeting specifications, got contracts totaling $5,833 for athletic equipment for 1987-88. Eight companies* all low bidders meeting specifications, got contracts totaling 812,788 for custodial supplies for 1987-88. Deaths and funerals ROGER HUSBY Services /or Roger A. Husby, 4 9, af Boytown lira set for 2 p.m. Mon- duv ui U'hiie Chupel Funeral Home with Ihe Rev. Jon Siemsglusz o/- /iciuting. Husby, a salesman /or Academy, died Thursday in a Houston hospital. He is survived by his wi/e, Ellen Husby o/ Baytown; children, Melanie Johnson. Roger Husby Jr., Lauri Burns and Hans Husby II, all o/ Baytown; grandchildren, Daniel Johnson, Dana Johnson, Stephanie Johnson, Joshua Johnson. Anna Johnson and Marc Burns, all of Bayiown, Also surviving are brothers, Harold Husby of Sinai, S.D., : Jewell Husby of Aberdeen, S.D.. and Claire Husby o/ Columbus, Neb.; and sisters. Mavis Quam o/ Arlington, S.D.. Evelyn Hauge o/ M'atertown. S.D.. Loratne Matteson of Volga. Donna Lang of Sioux Falls. S.D.. and Joyce Arndt o/ Brooklyn Center, Minn. Burial will be in Memory Gardens Cemetery. Services are under the direction'of White Chapel Funeral Home. JACKSON MONT BELV/EU — Services /or Wesley L. Jackson, 37, of Mont Belvieu will be held at ] I :a.m. Sunday at Johnson and Frailer Funeral Home with the Rev. Carlion Ford o/- /iciating. A wake will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Johnson and Fratier Funeral Home. Jackson died Thursday in Houston. He was a Baptist. He is survived by his parents. Lola M. Jackson o/ Mont Belvieu and Robert Lee Jackson o/ Phoenix, Ari;.; three brothers, Everett Jackson and Percy Jackson o/ Baytown and David Michel! o/ Anahuac. Burial will be at Accie Cemetery in Dayton. Services are under the direction o/ Johnson and Fru^ier Funeral Home. Stock quotes i f Courtesy of Paine. Webber, Jackson and Curtis ! iAsof9:iSa.m. > ' ATtT..... ....... ........ ....... 33V* Amoco. .. . ;. Armco .................. . Ashland ..... .............. ..... 70k Atlantic Rich. . . ..... . . ...... MS Beth. Steel ..................... I8v« CGtE .....................** Chevron ....................... 58 V« Dow Cnem ............ . ....... 100 V, Dresser Ind .................... 32V; DuPoot ..... ...... ............ 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Call Humana Hospital Baytown 4-CHANGE (424-2643) 24-hour information line CORRECTION NOTICE The Video Attractions coupon which ran Aug. 19 & 26 showing on expiration date of 8-18-87 will be honored until Sept. 2. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused. LEADED GLASS PttifN* in St»im< A MttM Ctni F«r T*wr N*IM tr Offkt We con)' o complete line of stained gloss supplies and o large selection of glass. VidM InM*, MHWT 427-13lf mr*. 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