The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 30, 1987 · Page 2
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August 30, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 2

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THE BAVTOWN 9UN Sunday, August 30, lf§7 Police beat /; \ /;/;/ / /; / < i i' i i u \ Six people, who were allegedly involved in three armed robberies Saturday morning, are in the Baytown jail, pending charges of aggravated robbery. Two of the suspects were arrested in connection with the aggravated robberies of two convenience stores and the four remaining suspects allegedly robbed and beat an individual. Brandishing a broken bottle, a man went into the 7-11 at 4221W. Baker at about 1:16 a.m. Saturday and ordered the clerk to open the cash register. The robber then removed all of the money, about $15, from the register and fled. At about 3:07 a.m. police received a call about an armed robbery in progress at the Stop- N-Go, 3000 W. Baker. Police said a man, armed with a knife, ordered the clerk to open the cash register. He took $20 from the register and fled on foot to a car across the street. • An off-duty Chambers County deputy sheriff saw the incident and gave chase. He apprehended the driver of the vehicle but the robber fled on foot across a field. A Baytown officer spotted the suspect near Village Lane and Ponderosa. where she placed him under arrest. Police said the man also fit the description of the suspect wtao earlier robbed the 7-11. In the third incident, a 40-year- old Baytown man told police he had returned home to his apartment in the 800 block of North wood about 1:47 a.m. Saturday when three men and a woman approached his vehicle. He told police the suspects dragged him out of his truck and forced him on the ground by placing a pistol to his head. The robbers then took the man's wallet, containing S160, and struck him several times before fleeing. An officer spotted the fleeing vehicle on Martin Luther King. The five people in the vehicle were taken into custody. Police said the three men and one of the two women were identified by the victim. The other woman was not involved in the robbery and was released, according to police. PIZZA BANDIT Police are looking for a man who robbed a pizza deliveryman of a pizza and $61 cash Thursday night. The deliveryman told police that he was ordered to deliver a pizza to a house in the 600 block of Travis at about 11:47 p.m. Thursday. South Korean violence expected SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The opposition charged Saturday the government would use nationwide labor strikes and a new outbreak of violent protests to justify scrapping democratic reforms it had promised to implement. The allegation was leveled against the government of President Chun Doo-hwan by the National Coalition for a Democratic Constitution, an alliance of opposition politicians, religious leaders and dissidents. The charge came one day after police broke up nationwide rallies to mourn a slain worker. About 20 youths armed with firebombs and rocks attacked a police station in the southern ci- . ty of Kwangju early today following clashes the night before. Brush pickup Brush pickup will be in Zone 3 the week of Aug. 31-Sept. 4. The collection starts at Morrell and includes Wilburn Addition, Graywood, Crape Myrtle Addition, North Main between Schilling and West Texas Avenue, Aron Addition and Wright Addition to Texas Avenue. All trash should be out by 7:30 a.m. Monday and placed in a secured disposable container so it will not scatter. Appliances and other trash items should be placed in a separate pile from brush and limbs. He said he went to the door and knocked for some five minutes but that no one came to the door. As he was getting back into his vehicle, a man, armed with a shotgun, stepped from the bushes. . He said the man told him to drop the pizza and then the money bag and to get back into his vehicle and leave. Robberies of Domino's Pizza deliverymen also occurred on Aug. 17 and Aug. 25. The robber in Thursday night's incident fits the description of the suspect in the other two robberies, police said. The suspect is described as being black, in his mid-20s, 5 feet 10 inches to 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighing 170 pounds. WOMAN ROBBED A 22-year-old Baytown woman told police that she was robbed of some $84 cash Friday. The woman said she was in the 700 block of Martin Luther King when a man asked to borrow $2. She said she took out $84 and started to hand the man $2 when he grabbed the money and ran. BURGLARIES AND THEFTS T A resident of the 1500 block of Ward told police that between Wednesday and Friday, someone took 51,100 in cash from her home. +A four-wheeler was taken Friday from a residence in the 1600 block of Amy. +Three guns were taken Friday from a residence in the 100 block of Kelly. -t-A resident of the 100 block of Fortner told police that between Wednesday and Friday, someone took some S200 worth of tools from his home. -f Police are looking for the person or persons who Friday used a stolen credit card to purchase some $876 worth of merchandise from Sears at San JacintoMall. •t-A skateboard, an amplifier and a guitar were taken Friday from a residence in the 400 block of West Homan. + A iawnmower was stolen Thursday from the 500 block of Chandler. C.T "BUTCH" JOSEPH, left; president of the Barters Hill School Board, and J.D. MarcoateU, right, board vice president, welcome the new superintendent, Louis Bates, and Mrs. Bates to the school district. The new superintendent and new teachers were honored at a reception Thursday night. (Sun staff photos by Carrie Pryor) )Y LEGGETT, member of the Barbers Hill School Board, greets Mont Belvleu Mayor Fred Miller at the reception for the new superintendent and new teachers. Ward new savings firm head ROSENBERG - Former Baytonian Lane Ward is the new president of Fort Bend Federal Savings & Loan Association. Ward has been serving in various capacities with Fort Bend Federal since 1978. He is a member of the Rosenberg Rotary Club, Rosenberg- Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce. Fort Bend Country Club. American Heart Associa- lion, United Way. 100 Club of Fort Bend County. He also belongs to the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants and its Houston chapter. Financial Managers Society and Texas Savings & Loan League Financial Officers Committee. He and his wife. Vicki, have three children. Whitney. 13, Elizabeth, 8. and Brian, 5. They are members of St. John's United Methodist Church in Richmond. A graduate of Robert E. Lee High School. Ward graduated from the University of Texas- Austin with the highest honors, His wife, also a former Bayto- niun. is the daughter of Del and Peggy Power of Baytown. Ward is the son of Zula Ward, former Baytonian who now lives in Rosenberg. His late father, W.L. "Dub" Ward, was a well- known civic leader and Baytown Citv Councilman. EAGLE DRIVE EXTENSION EAGLE DRIVE Extension (Farm Road 3360) is officially open and the occasion is marked with a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony. From left are Jan Adelman, president of the West Chambers County Chamber of Commerce; Hal Roach, Mont Belvleu City Councilman; Eart Porter, Chambers County Commissioner; Oscar Nelson, Chambers County Judge; Fred Miller, Mont Belvleu mayor; Lee Mathew, highway department chief inspector on the Job site, and Ed Seymour, resident engineer with the State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, District 20. (Sun staff photo by Angle Bracey) RENT-A-CAR U-SAVE 422-0535 Beolls TTT/TW*** Gary A. Utfey Fil W. TMM 77Slf TTT (7 11) 411- 11 11 Mif I M% Tw MMIT DANCING DYNAMICS STILL REGISTERING FOR FALL 427 5395 Offering: •Ballet *Top •Jan •Gymnastics •Baton •Creative Done* Ages r/i and Up 1 509 N. Until out Mock off Nwy. 146 A Ward id, Sun spots ORIVCO meeting A SPECIAL shareholders meeting of ORIVCO (Old River Country Water Supply Corp.) will begin at 7 p.m. Sept. 1 at the Chambers County subcour- thouse on Eagle Drive. SOS meeting A CARE and share meeting is planned by SOS Singles Outreach Service at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 31 at 5001 Quail Hollow Drive, For more information call 424-8508 or 421-2811. Yearbooks ready YEARBOOKS FOR St. Joseph School are ready and can be picked up at the school office between 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. To plan reunion A MEETING TO plan a joint reunion for 1968 graduates of Robert E. Lee and Ross S. Sterling high schools will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Sept. 3 at Sterling Municipal Library. Featured ipeaker STEVE CARROLL, who has just returned from a 10-day speaking tour in England, will speak at 7 p m. Aug. 30 at Memorial ; Assembly of God Church. In Liberty LIBERTY COUNTY Commissioners Court will have a special meeting at 9 a.m. Aug. 31 at the commissioners' meeting room in the county courthouse. Commissioners are slated to open bids on • cars for the sheriff's department and to consider reducing poverty guidelines for indigent health care in the county. Childcare program DELL DALE Avenue Baptist Church in Channelview is now registering preschool age children for the fall session of their Mother's Day Out program. The program will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each Tuesday and Thursday, beginning Sept. 3. Daily tuition is $6. For more information call 3286008. Fund raiser loses bid lor Battleship funds HOUSTON lAP) - A state appeals court Friday dissolved a temporary injunction involving fund-raising efforts for the Battleship Texas, paving the way for the state to apply for a S5 million U.S. Navy grant. In an 11-page opinion, the 14th Court of Appeals said Slate District Judge Frank White of Houston did not have jurisdiction to enter his order in favor of Texas Dynamics Inc. The appeals court said Texas Dynamics, a Houston-based company hired to solicit funds for the rusting battleship, had not received the state Legislature's permission to sue the state. Charles J. Brink, attorney for Texas Dynamics, said a bil'l for the company to file suit had passed the House but was held up in the Senate during this year's legislative session. The company and its president. Doug Williams, had filed suit against the state and the nine-member battleship board when they did not receive the money they claimed to be owed .— 10 percent of the funds raised, including the S5Q8.000 from the S5 million grant. The lawsuit also asks for S3 million for tortious interference. Brink said. Assistant Attorney General Paul Rich said he is confident "federal authorities will honor its previous commitment:" He said the grant, state money and money raised by corporations will be enough to repair the battleship. Brink, meanwhile, said he would file a motion (or a rehearing to be heard by the entire appeals court. If that is denied, he will go to the Texas Supreme Court, Friday's ruling, he said, does not withdraw the lawsuit against the board members, just the state. "We're already had one judge rule in our favor and now 1 twl confident jurors will do the same." Williams said Jfaptoton Entered as second class matter of the Baytown. Te«.os Post O'- fice 77522 under the Act ot Congress o* March 3, 1879 Published afternoons, Monday through Friday and Sundays at 130) Memorial Drive in Boy-town. Texas 7^520. PO Box 90. Baytown, Texas. 77522, Subscription Rotes: By corner, $5.30 per month. S63 60 per year. Single copy price: 25 cents Doily. 50 cents Sunday. Maii rates on request Represented nationally by Coastal Publications Tides HIGH:2;3a.m. -."-x'j/r; LOW. »^5r.im,r.A'pm .MO.\DAY HIGH: 4:423 m. ~*.&ZK < •*• denotes weak tide Tides forecast art- for Hay town xn\i /;;» Sun Si'\t,)AY Sl'XIilSK: 6;5r;/ n. SU.\$KT: 7:Mp.m. A/O.N7.MV SL'MUSE: 6:M:i m Sl'XSKT: 7:45p.m. BECAUSE OF YOU WE'VE GONE TO2 Join us Sunday as our pastor completes his sermon SITU-S on prayrr. "My Prayer for YoiT You'll discover hundreds of people from the Hay Area who find the new spirit of Memorial refreshing and dynamic. Dr. Mark Brisier. Pastor 15 till 9:00 a.m.Eiirly Bible Study 11:11 a.m. Late Bible Study 10:00 a.m. "My IVuytT for You" 5:3<l p.m. Family INight (hit Crafts. Music and Watermelon Nurseries Provided For All Services Each Sunday Listen to KHUK IMfl AM or TCI Chmtm-l .15 at 10:00 a.m. The Memorial Baptist Family invites you to Catch The New Spirit! 600 W. Sterling ar Decker (Spur 330) 427-1723

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