The Waco Citizen from Waco, Texas on May 28, 1970 · Page 9
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The Waco Citizen from Waco, Texas · Page 9

Waco, Texas
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Thursday, May 28, 1970
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BIRD-KULTGEN’, Incorporated, of Waco recently donated 12 itemi of eqiip:n«nt to the heavy tr ick mechanics training program af he James Conn ally Canvus of the Texas State Technical Institute. The equipment is valued at $7,000 and will be used as instruct ion al aid> in the program. PicturtJ left to right are William Mynar of West; James Richardson of C ddwell, and Jackie L Jackson, assistant professor of ;ie k ; quiprnent mechanics programs at the James Connally Camjxis of the Texas State Technical institute. VOI NCSTKRS r.IVK S7.H MILLION TO I’MCEF ART SUPPLIES SruOfNT DISCOUNTb ! WACO GRAPHIC ARTS SUPPLY tOOO Auittn Av«> Downtown Wa<o NOW OPEN 1245 Features: 1:303; 30-5 7 35 9 30 Adults Stu. Card 1.75 "X" Rated 1.50 No One Under 18 Admitted Laughing Woman IN COLOR mmm . nth * s<»m r~~ 25 ih st .5 looo H /•»«» ' 4 **•»• ’S"-« NOtt "G" General Audience yygQ ADULTS 1.50 OPEN 7 30 STU. CARD STARTS DUSK 1.25 R” Restricted ÍASTMANCOlOft AMf • I |AN. ,A. • - • APOt S' *>ro. ANO tHt in ATAN' RAWNt SS Of A SATURDAY NtGHT SM: )KER HlV 1 COMPANION FEATURE fifg MetoeMtö JO««* CotUN cm on to these men.., winning THE BIG ONE is everything! who will WINthe INDIANAPOLIS “500 mm*» mW **• 54th ANNUAL SAT., MAY 3CP MEMORIAL DAY HURRY! BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! luneh time is Dr Pepper time Distinctively Different... pick a prick oí regular oi king size llrcMing: Vi cup vinegar U cup oil V « cup Dr Pepper ilt m km : bean sai ad 1 tcasptnin sa Vs teaspoon black pepper Ÿ4 cup sugar > rgHabh- Miiturt: I large red union, Ihmiy sliced 1 can each, diained well: French cui green beans red kidney beans cut yellow wux beans Combine dressing ingredients and shake vigorously. Toss lightly with vegetables. Cover tightly and refrigerate about 24 hours, tossing oc castonally Serve on lettuce leaf or salad greens Serves 6 8. _________________ ONK CARTON WONT DO BETTER GET TWO! For The Children Talking Dolphins ‘Human’ Baboons UNITED NATIONS. N Y A small American delegation calls on I’N Secretary General I Thant with a check for $7,626,000 for th»* I’nited Nation?* Children’s Fund. Representing millions of their fellow INICEF supporters are (I. to r. > Lisa Newman. 12; Aaron Jansen. 7 ; and Frank Oopaidas. 15, all active Trick-or-Treaters in the New York area, and Mrs Guido Pantaleoni, Jr., President of the U S Committee i<»r UNICEF. Last year's Halloween collection, plus proceed* from the sale of UNICEF greeting card i d dir*-« 1 ft«, enabled the U.S. Committee to turn over more than $7 million in public contributions to the children ?* Fund for the second consecutive year. THE CITIZEN NEWSPAPERS, WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1970 PAGE 3 Sons Of Famous Race Drivers Try Again TALKINC? DOLPHINS — Playful dolphins entertain erod'd at the Port Elizabeth Oceanarium in South Africa when they aren't busy "talking” to director Dr. Colin Taylor in dolphinese. Do you know that dolphins have a dictionary all their own? And baboons are more human than animal? Both are true statements, say experts on “The Unexplained,” an Encyclopaedia Britannica special to be colorcast on NBC TV Friday. April 3, at 7:30 p.m When a young man attempts to live up to the accomplishments of a famous father, the going can be difficult, indeed. Such is the dilemma confronting race drivers Bill Vukovich Jr. of Fresno, Calif, and Gary Bettenhausen of Tinley Park, 111., whose fathers were Indianapolis Speedway favorites in the 1940’s and ’50s. Bill Sr. won the 500-miler in 1953 and ’54 but was killed in a backstretch accident the following year while leading the field again. Gary’s father, Tony, was a two-time national champion and constant front-runner in the 500. He, too, was killed at the Speedway durmg a practice run in 1961. The latest generation of race drivers will be battling the sport’s elite on May 30 and the classic will be shown via MCA TV’s Closed Circuit Telecast at Waco Theatre Sat. May 30th. Young Vukovich will be making his third appearance and has been entered in one of the Agajanian Faas racers, powered by a turbocharged Offenhauser engine. He placed seventh in 1968 to win Rook.e of the Year honors but was eliminated last May when a connect ing rod broke on the second lap of the race. Vuky, 26, finished in the top 10 in nme other championship trail events last year, however, for eighth place in the national standings. Bettenhausen, 28, will have a choice of two Thermo King Auto Air Condition ing Specials owned by Dan Gerhardt of Fresno, powered by a four-cylinder Offenhauser. This, too, will be Gary's third Indy Show. He qualified well but was eliminated early because of mechanical failure In 1968 and *69. He qualified ninth fastest last year. Following last year’s ‘500* he placed second in three of the United States Auto Club’s 100- mile dirt track races and earned points in five other big car championship races. Last year, Gary felt that with his accomplishments that he bad gained a reputation of his own and was more than the son of a former great driver. Young Vulky wishes the press would judge him for his ability and forget about comparisons. The young man has established his own timetable in the thrilling sport and could be ready to enter the Vukovich name again on the Indianapolis winner rolL EST It IS sponsored by the Weyerhaeuser Company and produced by Lee Mendelson and Walt DeFaria of Mendel son Productions, Inc , in as sociation with NBCTV The dolphin dictionary was put together by Dr Colin Tay lor. director of the Port Eliza beth Oceanarium in South Africa. He has discovered more than «10 dolphin “words” and isolated 60 words for use in talking to the dolphins in their own language "Dolphinese” is ten times faster than our language “Dol phins speak to each other in a form of whistling and clicks, which are very short in dura tion.” Dr Taylcr points out On the program he actually communicates with dolphins at the Oceanarium through an interpreting machine that translates his signals into “dolphinese”. Through his work. Dr Tay lor hopes to unlock some se crets of the world beneath the sea as a way to help man un derstand himself by first un derstanding his environment Dr Irven DeVore feels the same way about baboons A professor of anthropology at Harvard University and auth or of Pnmate flehavtor he has spent the last six years in Kenya wilds studying baboons. “Almost everything we’ve learned about these primates has taught us more and more about ourselves,” he says. He observed, for example, that while male baboons us ually run things from day to day, it is the female and their offspring that are the heart of the group He also notes that there are "some mothers who are good mothers, and others who aren’t.” From this he con eludes that the role of the female baboon is vastly under estimated, just as in our world. There is also b gene, at ion gap in the baboon world. The big adult males are constantly putting down the juvenile males for threatening or attacking the females These are two of the many facets of the known and un known that will be explored in this first Encyclopaedia Bri tannica special The “documentary of the future” fea tures some of today’s leading scientists and scholars who arc searching for answers that will help man better un derstand his environment — and himself Want a quick and easy facelift for your house? Try shutters. PONCHO PCT-ONS — Latest fad fashion for the young generation is the poncho, interpreted here in Cone's cotton navy denim and multi-colored “ooga” prints Styled by Betmar, they are teamed with a variety of hats from the floppy-brimmed to the Aussie styles Color To Baylor Games Adding sparkle and beauty to the coming football season, Baylor University’s eight recently chosen Golden Girls (ma- prettes j will perform ^Jth the Golden Wave Marching Band at many of Baylor’s football games half-time activities. Baylor’s Golden Girls for 1970 - 71 are head majorette Cynthia Yelderman, Karen Croucher, Matilda Knox, Marlene Kothmann, Sara Ann Sewall, Sara Sharp, Cheryl Snider and Melanie Stewart. The eight were selected recently by judges from 20 university coeds and high school seniors. The young women were judged on the basis of their appearance, twirling and marching ability. LAMAR S CAFETERIA THE PLACE TO EAT GOOD FOOD IN DOWNTOWN WACO Serving From 6:30 A.M, til! 7:30 P.M. Closed Suodoy 117 South 5th St. PH. 754-4211 Independant dealers of Koscot Kosmetics Ruth Fox Jean McCluskey Oleta Lucas Doris Bray Francis Taylor are proud to sponsor Skew a Kdhf in the MISS WACO WORLD PAGEANT i Putter Here You're looking at the fifty-seven county coverage area of the Brazos System. There are nineteen distribution electric cooperatives in this area that generate enough dependable, low cost electric power to serve 250,000 people. Five generating plants supply electric service along 47,000 miles of distribution lines. Don't worry about WHERE you want electric service ... or HOW we’re going to get it there ... put your plant, development, resort home or residence in the Brazos System .,, and SWITCH US ON! The Brazos System BRAZOS ELECTRIC POWER COOPERATIVE. INCORPORATED HOME OFFICE: WACO, TEXAS / CALL COLLECT; 817-7S2-250t « *

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