The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 31, 1969 · Page 8
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Vt}« Vagtoattt fcmt Friday, January 31, (969 LITTLE HENRY YOO'VB AN ERROR ERA£E IT HENRY! HEEL? WHILE YOU WAIT By Art Samoa THE BORN LOSES , AHP MOST IMR5KTAUT OF ALL, LAWC6 — LANCE? AUP WEAK VDOR 6KEV SOIT, MOW LISTEN CAKRJU.Y, HER5 rWPTLY AT 7:00 tffcKXK AW> TRV TO 6er VOUR FATHER'S CAR- By Howie Schneider EEK AND MEEK AND WOBODV LOVES A GROUCH! VK/OOU, I'VE HALF A M1WD TO ooir VJEU. sbu STAY THAT WJAY .' DRMUG KJITH Stiup. GROUCHY I By Ralph HeSmdohl BUGS BUNNY TRV TAKIN' A SMALLER } SHOVELFUL, YA CLUCK; /ARE VA SURE YA OF COURSE, GUVNOR! YOUR INSTRUCTIONS WE(2E MOST COMPREHENSIVE: CAN RUM THAT SHOVEL NOW, SYLVESTER? I SAY, SIRE — HAVE YOU GOT A AM MUTE ~> By Mort Walker and Dik Browne AND LOIS BUT WHY THINK NEGATIVE ? I'LL THINK OF ALL THE GOOD THINGS THAT HAPPENED TO ME TOPAY/ BOX WHAT A DAY I HAD... DROPPED MV CHANGE ON THE BUS- STEPPED ON MR. FOOFRAM'S FOOT IN THE ELEVATOR...LOST THE CmSTAL ON M/ WATCH,,. , -*•?%& MR. ABERNATHY By Jones and Ridgeway WOULD YOU MIND IF MR. THOMAS GOES IN BEFORE vou? IT£ AN EMERGENCY. OF COURSE NOT —TELL HIM TO GO AHEAD. THANKS, BUD—FROSTBrrE CAN BE VERY DANGEROUS IF IT JSNT CAUGHT IN TIME' BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Wa&er TO BJ2S MY rrlc 3EAS TKAP BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH Sy Fred Losswefl SOME VARMINT STOLE MY PRIZE BLUE-RIBBON WHITE LEGHORN LAST NIGHT, SNUFFY -- TH'LOW-DOWN, GOOD-FER-NOTHIfO; SHIP'LESS SKOWK U f I'D GIVE A FIVE- DOLLER BILLTOGIT THAT OL' SETTIN'HEN BACK FETCH IT OUT HERE, MftWIf SUPPER'S ON TH'TABLE, PAW ALLEY OOP By V. T. HamBu I DUNNO... HOW \ WHO'S 'BOUT IT, 1 AHMETOM, OOP? / ANYWAY? A.-AXMETON SEMT ME...H-HE RESPECTFULLY REQUESTS TOUR PRESENCE IN HIS QUARTERS.' HIS EXCELLENCE IS THE HIGH H?IEST, GREAT ONE GUESS WE COULD \ WED BETTER TELL TH' SPARE A FEW I GUARD THAT SHE'S MINUTES, AS LONG ' MOT TO BE DISTURBED AS TH' QUEEN'S - WHILE WE'RE GONE ASLEEP! FOCUS on ENTERTAINMENT Recreation Calendar MONDAY Dance, baton and slimnastics classes begin and continue Monday through Friday 9-11:45 a.m. — Small fry recreation U-ll a.m. — Country Painting class l-l p.m. — Ceramics class 3:-15-6 p.m. — Children's arts and crafts 7-U p.m. —' Adult beginner sewing class 7-9 p.m. — Country painting class TUESDAY 9-11:45 a.m. — Small fry recreation 3:-)5-6 p.m. — Children's arts and crafts -1-6 p.m. — Teen beginner sewing class 7-9 p.m. — Photography class WEDNESDAY 9-11:45 a.m. — Small fry recreation 3:45-6 p.m. — Children's arts and crafts 7:30-9:30 - Adult intermediate sewing class 7-10 p.m. — Spanish classes THURSDAY 9-11:45 a.m. — Small fry recreation 3:45-6 p.m. — Children's arts and crafts 4-6 p.m. — Teen intermediate sewing class FRIDAY 9:30-11:30 a.m. — Small fry recreation 1-4 p.m. — China painting class SATURDAY 8-11 p.m. — High school dance, teen center STEVE MCQUEEN STARS AS 'BULLITT At Brunson Theater -M - Y DEMMIE PROVOKES A QUARREL BETWEEN AN ELDERLY COUPLE Nettie Busby in her first Bay town LittleTheater role, Ruth Smith and Pat Ruyle Sherry Party Will Precede New Little Theater Production Feb.7 4 Bullitt' Plays At Brunson Warner Bros.-Seven Arts' "Bullitt" is playing through 1 Tuesday at the Brunson Theater, i Steve McQueen stars in the! Technicolor film. Co-starring in' the movie are Jacqueline Bisset' and Robert Vaughn. ' McQueen plays the part of a San Francisco detective named Bullitt; Miss Bisset stars as McQueen's girlfriend and Vaughn portrays the part of a politician. McQueen does not play the part of an ordinary cop. He plays the cop who always manages to et involved in the most dangerous and exciting cases. Since McQueen is not an ordinary cop, it just wouldn't look right if he had an ordinary car. To keep in step with the action- jacked movie, McQueen drives a ;ouped-up Mustang. McQueen's fast car comes in quite handy when he gets involved in a high speed chase :hrough the streets of San Francisco with some hoodlums. The high-speed chase is one of :he most thrilling scenes. The :hase is photographed so that the audience experiences the entire :hase as though they were in the ront seat of the car with the driver. An extra-ordinary detective movie, ••Bullitt" may just fill the bill. Tickets go on sale from 2 to 5 p.m. Monday for the next Baytown Little Theater production, "On Borrowed Time." Reservations can be made for the play which opens Feb. 7 by phoning 424-7G17. Pickets are also sold at Foley's in Houston and Citizens National Bank. Opening night, complete with herry party, will be hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Haley prior to the 8:30 p.m. opening. Dorothy Lefkovitz directs the play which will run Feb. 7, 8, 13, 14 and 15. The Thursday night aroduction has been purchased by the DeMolay Mothers who are elling the tickets as a fund raising project. The fantasy - comedy was rated a major success in 1938 when it opened in New York. Joshua Logan directed the poignant story written "iy Paul Osborn of a grandfather who tries to rear his orphaned grandson. Assisting Mrs. Lefkovits with the production are Sarah Der, technical director; Robert Kelley, production manager; David Bloom, house manager. Committee chairmen include David Lefkovilz, set construction; Jane Boydell, set decoration; Jessie Foster, properties; Merle Ruyle, makeup; Ro Holzhauser, wardrobe; Gordon Gallatin, lighting and Harold Hooper and Mike Foster, sound. Ur. and Mrs. Richard Neavel are in charge of ushers, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schillaci, refreshments; Airs. John Seligman, programs; Mrs. Skipworth Smith, posters; Mrs. Ted Smith, poster distribution and Mrs. Robert Kelley, box office. Curtain time is 8:30 p.nv Student tickets are Si.50 and adult tickets are S2. Brood vs. Litter Brood is the word used to designate offspring of egg- laying animals and birds: litter is used for offspring of mammals that regularly give birth to more than one young. that's entertainment Houston Grand Opera Associa- lion presents "Don Carlo" al 8 p.m. Feb. 4, and 7 and at 2:30 Feb. 9 in Jones Hall . . . Vienna Boys Choir sings Feb. 2 at Jones Hall . . . state senator Barbara Jordan and panel discuss "The New Industrial Slate," a book by John Kenneth Galbraith, at 8 p.m. Feb. 7 in Pasadena Public Library. "Kings and Country," a fine arts film, will be presented al 7 p.m. Feb. 5 in the Lee College auditorium . . . piano students will present a recital at 3 p.m. Feb. 9 in the Lee College auditorium. Color slides of Italian Opera Houses and a program on Verdi will be presented at 8 p.m. Feb. 6 in the Pasadena Public Library by Clay Bailey, former music editor of the Dallas Times- Herald. Continuing, "Star Spangled Girl," nightly at Holiday Dinner Theater . . . "St. Joan," nightly at 8:30 in the new Alley Theatre in Houston. opening ;n K:.iu p.m. Feb. 7 \MIII Mierry party, "On Bor- nmi.'d 1'iint'. al Uayiown Little Theater for two weekends. 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