The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on April 30, 1986 · Page 30
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April 30, 1986

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 30

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THE BAYTOWN SUN April M, 19M >P Sweepstakes winners Local bands garner honors OFFICERS OF the Robert E. Lee High School treasurer; Emanuel Woodard, president; Jac- Symphonic Band display the Sweepstakes trophy queline Baly, 1st lieutenant; and Leah Lucius, vice earned in UIL District XIX competition. Officers president, are, from left Lorna Presswood, secretary- SENIOR MEMBERS of the Ross S. Sterling High School Symphonic Band, from left, Laurel Moore, Beth Steel, Cathy Harris, Anne Lavender and Teresa Razo, display the Sweepstakes trophy earned in District XIX UIL competition. Three Baytown high school bands have earned the Sweepstakes award — the highest honor a band can receive in University Interscholastic League competition. The Ross S. Sterling High School and Robert E. Lee High School Symphonic bands earned the award at the Region XIX UIL Concert and Sightreading Contest held recently at REL. Region XIX concert band competition was held on the campus Moore appointed to academy Matthew Guy Moore, a senior at Margrave High School in Huffman, has received an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., U.S. Rep. Jack Fields has announced. Moore expects to graduate from Hargrave High School second in his class in May with an "A" average. Fields cited Moore's academic record as "an outstanding example of what hard work can make possible." Moore is a member of the National Honor Society and the high school's honor roll for academic merit. He has-also been recognized as Hargrave's outstanding chemistry student and outstanding physics student. During his junior and senior years at Hargrave, Moore has played on the school's basketball team and has been active on the track team. His hobbies include basketball, computers, reading and swimming. "Admission officials at the Naval Academy were obviously impressed both with his academic record and his varied outside interests," Fields said. "I know Matthew will make his family, his community and his country proud of him while at the U.S. Naval Academy." Moore plans to puruse a military career after graduating from the Naval Academy. THE SWEEPSTAKES trophy, earned by the Ross S. Sterling High School concert band receives center-stage attention from senior band members, from left, Anna Tipton, Rachel Reeves, Michelle Senator wants post McKenney, Scott Holleman, Jenny Keeton and Kathleen Gates. (Sun staff photos by Angle Bracey) Oscar Mauzy seeks nomination OSCAR MAUZY State Sen. Oscar Mauzy is seeking the Democratic nomination for Place 1 justice of the Texas Supreme Court. Mauzy, 59, of Dallas has been a member of the Texas Senate for 20 years and a practicing at- .torney in civil law for 35 years. During a recent campaign stop in Baytown, Mauzy said he believes his background qualifies him for a position on the Supreme Court, noting many of its rulings pertain to the constitutionality of laws. "My reputation for 35 years as a lawyer and 20 years as a senator is I'm honest, I work hard and I try to do right as 1 see it," said Mauzy. A U.S. Navy veteran, Mauzy 1 * Dr. S. F. Hartley Podiatrist - Foot Specialist Announces the incorporation of Laser Technology for the Medical & Surgical Management of: •Plantar Warts •Fungus & Deformed Nails •Ingrown Nails •Porokeratosis <D«*P Rowed c»uous«) •Other Foot Problems through LASER SURGERY 112$. DMT Park 479-5311 of na HOURS IT APPOINTMENT of La Porte High School. To qualify for the Sweepstakes award a band must earn first division ratings in marching, concert and sightreading competition. This year marks the 26th time in 28 years the REL Symphonic band has earned a Sweepstakes award. This is the first time both the RSS symphonic and concert bands have been Sweepstakes winners. The RSS symphonic band last earned a Sweepstakes in 1979 and the RSS concert band was a Sweepstakes winner in 1985. Ben Gollehon, director of per-' forming arts for the school district said he is extremely proud of the accomplishment of the members of these three bands. Gollehon said the impressive string of Sweepstakes awards earned by the REL symphonic band makes them "one of the winn- ingest bands in Texas." SltV CLASSIFIED 455-2314 New to our Sunday Shopper... RATES; (It's easy!) • IF YOUR AD RUNS IN OUR REGULAR CLASSIFIEDS AT LEAST 3 TIMES, YOU PAY ONLY ... ONE TIME SHOPPER ONLY *^ $ I ^ I I for: En«t (UMtaol r««i Now Your Sun Classified Can Do More...For Less • Available only la private individuals who have something to sell (No commercial accounts please) • Available to Articles For Sale, Recreation and Transportation advertisers only. • Deadline Tuesday 5:00 p.m. prior to that weekend. die-Shot served in the Pacific during World War II. Mauzy charged "Two of my opponents have repeatedly violated the code of judicial conduct by making prejudicial statements about cases pending in the courts." "One of them . . . has attacked the principle of punitive , damages, which has been part of our common law since 1847," said Mauzy. During his tenure in the Senate, Mauzy said he "sponsored the code of ethics, open meetings and open records legislation and our stringent campaign finance reporting law." Judge Frank O. White — 295th District Court QUALIFIED • EXPERIENCED NATIVE TEXAN: Tenoha. Marshall, Waco, Houston and Humble GRADUATE: Florida State University (1950) South Texas College of Law (1 954) MEMBER: Houston Bar Association Houston Trial Lawyers Association Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association Lawyers Involved for Texas State Bar of Texas Texas Trial Lawyers Association American Bar Association American Trial Lawyers Association HONORARY MEMBER: Northwest Bar Association Pasadena Bar Association CIVIC LEADER: Member. American Arthritis Foundation Boy Scouts of America Alumni Association Northwest Chamber of Commerce Veterans of Foreign Wars Formerly Served As: Member Christian Education Commission for Baylor College of Medicine and all other Texas Baptist Universities Member Union Baptist Association Executive Board Trustee Memorial Hospital System in Harris County Navy Veteran, World Wor Il-South Pacific and China Deacon: Park Place, Garden Villas and First Baptist Churches EXPERIENCE: Twenty-eight years Trial Lawyer Ten years partner Justice Jim Wallace, Law firm of White and Wallace JUDOI: 295th District Court (1982-1 986) ENDORSED BY: Area 5 Democrats Baptist Ministerial Alliance Baytown Bar Association Citizens for Qualified Judges Gay Political Caucus Harris County AFL-CIO Council Harris County Democrats Harris County Mexican American Democrats Houston Trial Lawyers Association Mexican American Bar Association Northside Citizens for Good Government MY PLEDGE TO YOU "As Judge of the 295th District Court, I pledgs to continue conducting my Court in a manner that is efficient, courteous and fair." Vote May 3rd - Democratic . Mv. fM far by th* Cm* 0. WMt* C , TIM., P.O. tw 7«1Mt, T«. 77H7

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