Palace - Sound of Music May 8 1968

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in to a series is an of focus a in Palncc (¿rami Openin'» Mrs Edna Schulman, \l Schulman, and William Schultnan of the Bryan Amusement Corp formally announced today at ribbon-cutting ceremonies the opening of the recently refurbished Palace Theatre. The Theatre will open today with the Os< at winning musical, * i’he Sound of Music.” (Eagle Photo by Gene Dennis) Mexico Chiefs Hold Texan In Bomb Slay in« JUAREZ. Mexico (AP) Freddie Freddie Lee McKenzie, 27. charged in the fire bomb death of eight persons in Fort Worth, Tex . is being held in jail here today. He was arrested Tuesday by municipal police when he returned returned to a Juarez hotel where he was registered as Lonnie Smith. McKenzie is accused of throwing gasoline into a Fort Worth night club called 'The Grave’ late Sunday, then igniting igniting it Eight persons died of smoke inhalation when trapped i*atac€> Thvutvr ÊiHiimlhj Opvnvd The new Palace Theatre, termed by its owners as the showpiece of Central Texas,” opened today in downtown Bryan Showtime began at 2 p.m. with "The Sound of Music.” Bill Schulman of Schulman Theatres said "W< ve completely completely redone and modernized the building. It has been reseated and recarj>eled The theatre has a new concession stand, new restrooms, and a complete new interior ” The color scheme of the interior of the Palace Theatre is blue, yellow, and gold It can seat 662 people "This is the first stage of Schulman Theatres’ future plans for the entertainment future of Bryan. The next step will be the new Skyway Drive-In.” noted Schulman. He continued, ’ We also have plans for a new indoor movie theatre adjacent to the Skyway or in one of the shopping shopping centers.” Sen. Kennedy * Counts Two Victories WASHINGTON (AP) Two victories by Sen Robert 1* Kennedy Kennedy an impressive showing by Richard M Nixon and the defeat defeat of veteran Sen Frank J. Lausche. D-Ohio, highlighted five primaries across the nation nation Kennedy defeated Sen. Eugene Eugene J McCarthy in Indiana * Democratic presidential primary primary and hi- national convention convention delegate late beat Vice President Hubert H Humphrey’s Humphrey’s in the District of Columbia Columbia Republican candidate Nixon was unopposed and got an even of the h art days \ Hospital H ( eight not until complications nvnt Th--■ knovn <‘n!>h ,i li\'T t‘'*nts 62 I’latre Kri/ the t wa old countv a complications Th,- series Dr of three of ton reived a iner Nicks 10 of St any was heart The gan asked the “T the ”1 tacit said

Clipped from The Eagle08 May 1968, WedPage 1

The Eagle (Bryan, Texas)08 May 1968, WedPage 1
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