The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 2, 1969 · Page 5
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

Baytown, Texas
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Monday, June 2, 1969
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Crippled Children Party Slated At Liberty Monday, June 2, 1969 UBEATY (Sp) — On Sat urday, June 7, about 6,000 crippled and handicapped childrer will enjoy the hospitality of Gov and Mrs. Bill Daniel at their E^lanlation Ranch in north Liberty County, 15 miles from Cleveland. This will be the 15th year crippled and handicappet children, dignitaries, movie stars, recording artist and at tendants have been thrilled a the picturesque ranch on the Trinity River. The day will begin at 10 a.m POWERFUL KUMGOt CLOCCED TOILETS NEVER AGAIN thai ikk Ming whin your toll*! ov«rftow« TOILAFLEX Toilet gu5«3} Plung«r UnliVc ordinary plungers, ToiUfltjc docs not permit compr«i:d m'r or messy voter to splash back or escape. With Toilaflex the full prenurc plowi through the clogging mm* and swisVies it down. . SUCTIDN.RIU STOPS SPLHSH-BACIC • CENTERS ITSELF, CAN'T SKID AROUND • TAPERED TAIL GIVES AIR-TIOHT FIT G«t th* Genuine ToiUfl«' *2" AT HARDWARE sio«8S and continue with sue hours of top-notch entertainment offered famous recording stars, a variety of action in the air, on the ground and on the water. Several types of entertainment will be offered at the same time, giving Lhe action packed day a three ring circus affect. Popular stage and recording stars will fly in from Nashville to the ranch airport. A world champion cutting horse exhibition will be presented, and the Alabama - Coushatta Indian dancers will perform for the guests. Two dozen clowns, several bands, (including the Texas Prison Band),-stunt fliers, parachute jumpers, helicopter demonstrations, the Navy jet team, stagecoach, surrey, fire truck, horseback and hay rides will keep the children continuously entertained. The Carriage House contains 30 differezit horse ; drawn vehicles. : Special ramps have been built for children to enter the ancient old buildings on Main Street,. including the commissary containing items sold over 100 years ago, two museums, Town Hall, Blacksmith Shop, Saloon, Carriage House, Barbershop, Livery Stable, Red School House, Hotel and many others. Over 5,000 pounds of the choicest Plantation Ranch meat will be barbecued and served along with all the trimmings at noon. There will be cold drinks and candy, ice cream and popsicles. After lunch more en- .tertainment, milking contest, THADDEUS E. Cartwright 111 receives recognition from Mrs. Flora Wilhite, library director, and Mrs. Mary Gene Halter, children's librarian at Sterling Municipal Library, for winning first place in the Sterling Library's first annual poetry contest. Thaddeus is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Cartwright Jr. of 5138 Bayou Blvd. high-kicking chorus girls, rope and whip acts, calf branding, a "Cowboy and Indian Wildwest Show," and the all time favorite of all the children, the parade of the baby colts. NASA is sending space ships, a huge parachute, and pictures of astronauts. Also, there will be a man walking around the grounds in a space suit used in a flight. Some of the dignitaries attending will be Atty. General Crawford Martin (Mrs. Daniel's brother); Sid Lasher, Channel 11; Paul Boesch, master of ceremonies; Dr. Charles Allen, First Methodist Church, Houston; Bishop John L. Morkovsky, Galveston - Houston Diocese, and many others. For the second year the Houston Jaycees and other Jaycees from Area VI will be on the grounds to help the children with wheel chairs and assist in caring for them. The children will be greeted by Gov. and Mrs. Daniel, Will, Sue, Ann and Dani, who will deputize and pin Texas Ranger badges on each guest. Arrangements for qualified children to attend the Party must be made in advance by their parents. The party, including transportation, is all free but is restricted to crippled and handicapped children. Parents may contact Chester Greer, attendance chairman at 9322 Una, Houston, telephone: OX 46494. Houston area children will meet at the J. H. Rose Truck Line, 5003 Jensen Drive at 7 a.m. Saturday, June 7. Open 0*% 10:00 to t.-OO fop** Thursday and Friday 1040 to 1:30 First Specials Printed Tier Curtains and Matching Valances 3V Tier 1 88 P f V alone* 99' Reg. 1.39 ... . Printed tiers and matching valance* in floral det>i|rnK, kitchen motifs, early American and /avenUe prints. 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