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THE BAYTOWN SUN Friday, AuguM 2», 19t7 7-B ESTATE SALE Ur» *• rt MUri c«- Mb KtaM. fnHn, I fa*. JIM. 1407 N. MKOTA OfUMpTB, CAtUB OONCLAVt- (X K«**y Cammantttfr N«. «1KT. Friday. Aufim B. 1N7 at 7 p.m. in UK asylum in UK GOON CnH Lodft Hill, M Scnitlnuj St., l« purpott of wort in UK ontws of Red Crau and Malta. Sojourning knights wrtially invited, T,B. Gray, Commander tnafe pupa* ia 4uil PECAN WOOD- Ur|t i«co Fit*, must lake all. Good for barbecuing. Call 4S-5051 MAJUS CHtVUOUT- has . mewing room available lor community groups, a »iti 55, has (fcsij. chairs. labte, proKCtioo equipment and other helpful iitnu. For further inlonnatioo. contact Teresa Thompson or Us Marks at 471-J424. Ur*i«*t black La»>earfB| * 1 - 4 —^ frn T-iHir I rf hi HigWiirtt Cr«tb]r are*. KMranl. Call OHM. NOTICE TO BIDDERS BAYTOWN AREA WATER AUTHORITY B1DNO. B-10C7V1 BID.NO. B-10«TW BID NO. B-1M707 BIDNO.B-10e»3 Sealed bid* in duplicate will b* received by the Biytown Ar«i Water Authority 7«s Thompson Rd., Baytown, T*. 77SJ1, until t: JO a.m. — September*, 1W7. BID NO. 8-10*701 FOR LIME B1DNO. B-lurw FOR FERRIC CHLORIDE BID NO. B-UW707 FOR LIQUID CATIONIC POLYMER BID NO B-101703 FOR ACTIVATED CARBON for ajHKlitcaikni and DM Unit, contact the olflei M H.G. them**, Baytawa ATM Water Authority, 74B TbMBf«M R Baytown, TX. 77UI. 4M-J117. H.G Plant Maaafer Baytawn Area Water Authority BID NO. B-ltaTTtH BID NO. B-ltWM B1DNO B-iga-707 BlDNO.aVMTN NOTICE TO BIDDERS Fin* Preibyterian Church, 1715 Market Street, Baytown, TX will accept bids for CftkcrMe fUficin and Stt* lupftvamaata until 4:00 p.m. September », 19*7 at the church office. Prospective bidders must show proof of liability insurance and workman's compensation coverage in order to receive a bid package. Interested contractors should contact the church office between «-< weekdays for more information. F GARAGE SALE GUIDE!! It's All In The Map! Match up the xoned number at the beginning of each Garage Sale ad with the same number located on the above map. This helps locate the vicinity of the garage •sale for your shopping convenience. 111 CAJ1KA 4tt- K«a; PUUX. ill EAST RD ,. SJfj- jotunuy !» U 4 n 4wr irrorr BKHCO. &it> Un! Kit 14 lirr 4 fas».. *Xi ol Bur IJi EAST RD.. MDH- Sitariiy, I » 4 .vs<j. cMut 4 Jmwr osri i ct«hr> f 141 or. V.kniCTjrr Krsiiy 4 itt Tt-uBi ^•.•o 4 • i l)> KE.A7HER LVVE, 4B 11! Mi«4iy :<•--:> l :o : Snn ^irctjiir* Sofa, cuttrru * i ' LAAGO, «3- V »M5 i Y. *U?T SJ V.i~\ ^ ViiAf ^rry.tjirit J :*i. tniim 4 *atf! i); OURLRV vi- <' If I'M TJtur* >j: t* \f*?f f&*K+ wiw i^tirH • *;; ui.rv.. U/v !>«!&• E'-lfs. I-*.*.* 1 ^"iis* f»;*J tfrmi* . 1 1 £ TAVLC, !«•*- f rsuji &$ s, 4 ;ur t-:«tt:i!;t >-c:in'tiMe< r:t THE •ujoarr PLACE it! 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Bl»- Salurtliy. ; im In <tark HJiby itrmi rtutrrnHy ttothrv plar.ti 4 nilK (II IIEAOOWOLKS, lav- KmJa>. SjlunJaj t Sunday. ID to 4 Ckxhm. tw*i 4 rota 1 horn* ) Ion CVvroM Irucfc., i«it it»tw.iraUrr,timii. rtr i SI SCAl"xiETT. 41«- 'situniaV'Ta m let i p m i UmiJNii Com|M!rr \un il labk rrcw*. Jr '*, adulu^, linfns. d ( tTiminuw itrm*. mtsc item* No r*ri> birds ) witbwoobT in -"utToTrn ; >' Uti ol m(»m idull «ail ovm Gas siovt lop Tooli Lo(»t>(mnc pits pooj tablr, patio furniture. H-illoprd concrete Wocu. tou o( mat 1 4)" 'B"JEbA"D«r''7aT7- Mcadm iatc \illaitv Knday, 4 p ra to 8pm Saturday, : 36 » m to»p ra Srtrral lamflm sserto. houMtuki «rnii, day Irom le to - II.MO BTV air rondi tioocr (I) tVSK HD., ia»- Off Batrr Mon- <la)onl>.>toS K»CTflrat school flrthn furnLturr. 4 misc I) 5-4 3 familm Adult 1 rhikfirn tlothn, !*<«, b»by >trmv IOJTI, li(a»t oln, smfcs, I day. KrxJjv 4 Satunlaj .7 .30 - 4: JO Tm lamilKs Back to-srtwol rkxhn tj«an. shirts s»irts. bkwsrs All jtjesi. TOJT. t»kn. cotor n\ VCR, ki!ch«i iSons Vr» itrms daily: tea man; to lot If you'ie rausMl U\B ont. jwi'vt misiFd UitmaU! 141 MMtTK THIRD, m~ Friday »tot Saturday, s to I Whirlpool dryrr, tamper shell, dmsn, clothe*. mix ! (4) SNAWJin. TO*- Mri<to.la» VilU^. Saturdav. I am-2 pm Nnt dnuni *lurts t pants ijr & mm« <:mi. uwd infants 4 |(irh ckufiing. lo)i, fumilurc. 4 odds-n «nfo (4,1 TERESA, ill— Ilifhlimb Saturday I to « ttwrilaiwws bousrhoM ilrms (SI HAIH, life- Mont Hrlvwu, b«tiind WMtmAuto Bl( yard ult'SaOinla;. HoJ Vrryrtmp'Everythinggon' tabln. 4 much morr" (iTiMttUOX, Ml- Thi;rv fU» Sat CLOTHKS KTC! A rn»lr bnuliqw Bi( •IWkin nt ran ckHhn M«\ all Omr out on (tlas$«»rt (irrfMlCILLt. !•»- Situnl»y. Aufy« Mi, I to S Scvrrjl familm Gothn. S Kurnilurr. dotltn. (yitar. flutr toy's " Sitr Saturday, i lo 4 Had) imemtm. chiMrrn'5 clolMnj li»«bnfli lo stn 7i. furniture, toys, l»u«tlwld items. Line Rd TTxmiday. Friday. * Saturday. tips Strrraltarnilifs ,i) OLD RIVtR COlHUSif? •UK.— Ctanl rum matte safe. Saturday » - 5. LoU of cMnn. twnilure. moc,. t twked ittnu Great bar«»ms' Benefits First United MMnadnl Women ill »UJ»WUU), tna- Kint^bnd Addition Sat »« 4 fMiflws Tins. slerew, ttnls. leys. cMHn imenj. wnnero. rtiklrwn. 4 b*by). t»rniture. (i'r "lAktiV MkV~ Chaparral Vill.tr Sat«nlay. ».** am til ? Uu «f m ww™ nn m,m- cttn "*•»*• Saturday, 7 til ? OilMrrn'i . . ....... _ ..... ________ _______ (I) WNrfU HEND, ••- Fnday i _ Sa««r*rr I • 4 CMhn Myi. firnilwt. lMTau vmamm. m- SM mly. l.» I* V Ma. taMt t i chain, M frame, hum, , me nan. 4 «*rM« ( Cafl for: WhlrltMi kiill-ln tlitnwaiher. ctortaM/cm*. I Xerm. nKm caMHt. U* arKH. Hmt ^^_ -Sat«r*ay,lto} \Ms WATHNSPItOOUCn Classified Crafts You Can Make FARMYARD WHIRLIGIG. Whirligigs are popular, fascinating wind machines, American favorites for more than t century. This simple model features Farmer Brown kicked by hi* ornery mule when the wind blows. Step-by-step plant include illustrated cutting and assembly instructions, full-size patterns (or farmer, mule and additional characters. »2065 $4.95 DAFFODIL DUCK 4 BUNNY BABY. Cute terry cloth duck and flannel bunny baby can be made in an afternoon! Duck is about 12 inches tall, bunny about 10 inches. Full- aUe patterns, cross-stitch graph for duck's bib. sculpting instructions for baby's face, complete cutting and assembly instructions. '1348 S4.95 KNOW NT OR MN I f/Z ABC WALL HANGING. Learning is fun! Your child will love lhi» colorful fabfic-painted wall hanging. Finished size 22 i 76 inches. Full-siie patterns for letters and illustrations, plus detailed painting and assembly instructions •1231 S*.«S CONVERSATION PIT. Inetpensive. standard 1-by and 2-by lumber matve handsome, rustic outdoor benches and taWe, Eitremely easy construction. Size to tit your needs. Stands alone or fit in a patio corner. Complete, step-by- step plans include materials list, illustrated cutting and assembly instructions, woodworking tips. *20S3 SV95 SEED AWLIOUt OWL t BUNNY. S«*d appliques are easy. fun and in*>pen*tve! Anyone can do it — you nted only dri4K) »««d». b*an».. herbs and spices to glue on backing board. Bunny is done entirely in sunflower s*«tds: owl combines many different beans and seeds. Sites: 12 114 and 13 > II inches. Full-size p«ttetns. complete step-by- step instructions and seed placement guide. «124a J4.95 Sotiifoction or your money back! 1 »TM CENTUAY TRAIN. The goWen aye of rtilrotMing! SWcm-slyte tocomotive, coal car. crane car, auto carrier, fttifrit car, piss+rHjer car and caftoo»e. Easy to bwtM 4ftinf tftlai»i4) ptant. with car-by-car materials list, corn- a*rt« mwructions. p*ntems. *i|i4 »4.»S Sotiifoc?ion or your mon«y bock! TO OHOCB C4trn»m« fUnt, print it oAel ^evr rte^we, AWreM ww ^*f^ CONK. 9vTiei cfMcft or rrtortey ewelvr for nwciwe 1 ^ afTKMatni . tnctuwn* 111 m DWCOWMT COWKWSt S«n4l M: P.O. •*« 1«Wi .OK7 World news Iran scoffs at arms embargo threat NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) - Iran scoffed at the threat of a United Nations arms embargo, saying it has flight-tested its first home- produced plane and vowing to press its 7-year-old war with Iraq to victory. ; Meanwhile, sandstorms blowing across the Persian Gulf on Thursday reduced visibility and made it difficult to determine the location of the latest northbound convoyof reflagged Kuwaiti oil tankers and: U.S. Navy warships. Sources in Kuwait and Washington on Thursday denied reports the convoy was off the coast of Saudi Arabia or had arrived in Kuwait. In another development, Pentagon officials in Washington said the aircraft carrier Ranger and eight escorting warships arrived Thursday in the northern Arabian Sea, south of the gulf, to relieve the carrier Constellation. The scheduled turnover will enable the U.S. Navy to continue providing air cover for convoys of Kuwaiti tankers and their U.S. escorts through the Persian Gulf, where Iran and Iraq have targeted commercial shipping. Iranian Prime Minister Hussein Musavi, speaking at a meeting Thursday of officials in charge of Iran's war effort, urged them to "be fully prepared" for a "direct conflict" with the United States in the gulf, Tehran Radio reported. "All the country's resources should be mobilized for this cause," Musavi said in a Tehran Radio report monitored in Cyprus. Musavi was quoted as saying the war with Iraq was at "its most critical juncture." 31.000 more miners may be fired JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) — The nation's largest mining company, which has fired more than 25,000 striking black miners, said 31,000 more will be sacked if they do not return to work Saturday. The ultimatum came Thursday from Anglo American Corp.. the company worst hit by the 19-day-old strike, after it fired about 18,400 gold and coal miners for defying back-to-work orders. Anglo last week fired 7.000 strikers. The company has said it is hiring short-term replacements, but has declined to release any figures. Anglo, which produced more than 39 percent of South Africa's gold last year, employs about 180,000 black miners. Also Thursday, the country's largest black labor federation, the Congress of South African Trade Unions, said it was considering a national strike and other "solidarity action" unless the mineworkers' wage demands were met. The miners' union members voted Wednesday to reject an industry proposal that offered slight improvements in benefits but no additional pay. The union said it would accept a 27 percent pay raise, instead of its previous demand of 30 percent, but the Chamber of Mines refused to alter its already implemented increase of 15 to 23 percent. National news Pilots discuss ways to be safer KANSAS CITY. Mo. (AP) — Some of the chief pilots from the nation's airlines at an FAA conference on how to maintain "that razor's edge" in the cockpit threw at least part of the blame for safety lapses back on the agency itself. The session Thursday was called after a string of flight crew mistakes and amid growing evidence that pilot error caused the Northwest jet crash Aug. 16 in Detroit that killed 156 people in the nation's second-worst air disaster. FAA Administrator Allan McArtor told the 250 pilots at the meeting that they and the airline industry must recapture the public's confidence with better training and insistence on professionalism. Henry Duffy, president of the Air Line Pilots Association, accused the FAA of not pushing hard enough for innovations in training and cockpit procedure. The pilots union said there was widespread agreement between the industry and the FAA in 1984 for a $9.4 million, three-year program aimed at looking for ways to solve human problems in the cockpit. Duffy said the FAA has spent less than SI million on the program and never allowed it to get off the ground. Critical rocket booster test delayed BRIGHAM CITY, Utah (AP) — A rocket booster test considered critical to the space shuttle's future has been reset for Saturday after "nuisances," including a broken water main and cranky ground control equipment, delayed the firing. Morton Thiokol Inc. engineers twice carried the countdown to within seconds of ignition Thursday before ground equipment failed. Another attempt was halted just three minutes from ignition. The booster was redesigned to eliminate the flaws that caused the Challenger to explode last year, but the new system must pass a series of ground tests before shuttle flights can resume. Thursday's failed test will not affect the National Aeronautics and Space Adminstration's plans to resume shuttle flights next June, but the schedule is tight, said Richard Truly, the agency's chief of space night. " The test failures were caused by "nuisances" not associated with the motor, said John Thomas, director of the booster redesign program for NASA. The firing was to be the first of the redesigned rocket using the full 1.2 million pounds of solid propellant. State news BO/II/I scare ends first council meeting CRYSTAL BEACH(AP) — The first city council meeting since the town's government was reinstated was cut short by a bomb threat, but not before a new mayor and two council members were sworn in. A Galveston County Sheriff's Department dispatcher received a telephone threat of a bomb planted in the Crystal Beach Volunteer Fire Department building a minute before the scheduled Thursday afternoon ceremony. No bomb was found. On Aug. 18, State District Judge Arthur C. Lesher Jr. declared that petitions forcing the April election to abolish the city were invalid and the election should never have been held. Even though it has a full complement of council members as of Thursday, the city still is in legal limbo. When the city was abolished, Galveston County Auditor Phil Lohec was named as receiver to take possession of and control the city's assets under the court's guidance. Medicare seeks return of $13.3 million EL PASO (AP) - Medicare is seeking the mum of $13.3 mlllton in overpayments the agency made to patients and doctors acroM Texas because of a computer error by Blue Crow-Blue ShteM of Texas, officials say. Medicare has sent letters to patients and doctors requesting that the money be paid within 30 day*. Jerry Sconce, regional administrator of the federal Hv«fth Cm Financing Administration in Delta*, Hid Uw agency "loTt CMting down like gangoujtera on patients who don't bra the Monty," "In fact, while we 4M vnrpty *QMt 115 mtUkMt, wt aft try*n to collect only 113.3 million," Sconce MM. "If M *»ry>;•!•* to a •*> ta^hMat lt> BU«»M*lat>afl» OJaUfe •.<•..•.>. JilhaBaK** tflkliaa* Ajbk ^t^f^^^f |^^^^^-^_ • u i. - ,_.___^.. . at,,. IRIH is incKr POT, w«j OTH \ iry w cvuvci OKMMMI R CMO iMifi to write the tetten MM! g» thriMffi the <

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