The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 5, 1969 · Page 10
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TeleScope Sec. I Thuriday. June 5, 1969 11 By CYNTHIA LOWKY Associated Press Writer NEW YORK (AP) - NBC's summer "Music Hall' series from London is working out as a pleasantly low key variety hour which is lighting up the overcast television skies on Wednesday nights. The most recent hour, with the great Ella Fitzgerald around to sing a couple of stylish songs, was typical of the Sandier-Young shows of the series. One mild complaint: There is a shortage of songs by co-hosts Tony Sandier and Ralph Young. They arc great when singing but spend a lot of time at the bantering conversations designed to be comedy. Sandier has an easy sophisticated way with dialogue, but Young bludgeons the light lines. Norman Wisdom, a pint-sized funnyman from the British music halls, is a regular on the show, along with Judy Carne. Without being given any inspired material, Wisdom comes close to stealing the show. He even pulled off a sketch in which he was called on to substitute for a missing dog act. Miss Carne, after two seasons of being drenched by buckets of water and dropped through holes on ."Laugh-In," is given an opportunity to demonstrate some of her other abilities- singing, dancing and acting in sketches. She even did a short ballet number. Perhaps the hour seemed particularly soothing since it came shortly after the initial program of a revival of the old "Tarzan" series on CBS. The ape man will fill Glen Campbell's hour for the rest of the summer. Delegates Set For Austin Conventions Four Baytown boys are preparing to attend the 1969 session of American Legion Boys State while two Baytown girls are preparing to attend the 25th annual session of Bluebonnet Girls State. Robert E. Lee High School delegates, Lee Armstrong and Johnny Moore, and Ross S. Sterling High School delegates, Gene Levering and Robert Bullard, will attend Boys State June 7-11 on the campus of the University of Texas. Jo Ellen Thorpe, representing REL, and Pain Herring, representing RSS, will attend Girls State June 11-20 on the campus of the University of St. Thomas. George Whitaker is the alternate to Boys State from REL while Everett Seymore and Duane Blakeney are the alternates from RSS. Alternates to Girls State are Debbie Davison of RSS and Susan McPhail of REL. the LEUKEMIA society of america The Boys State program, sponsored by the American 1/egion, Department of Texas, is an annual event in which the organization teaches the boys the responsibilities of citizenship in an actual "Do it yourself" type program. Sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary with some additional backing from various local civic clubs, Girls State teaches the processes of city, county and state government as these are structured through Texas by Texas statutes. Thick Lean Cuts Chopped Sirloin ,79" Country Club All Beef Hamburger U.S. Gov't. Inspected 900 W. TEXAS Farm Fresh U.S. Gov't inspected Fryers Everyday Low Prices plus Top Value Stamps Whole Lb. 1-Lb. ChubPak 59 Quarter Pork Loin Sliced Into Pork Chops F Fish 'N Chips Serve 'N Tasty Wieners Fres-Shore Serve 'N Save Lb. 1-Lb. Pkg. 2-Lb. Pkg. Country Style Fryers Freih Fryer Freih Fryer California Sweet & Juicy Oranges Quarters Leg Quarters Baking Chickens Bucket of Chicken F.rr 3 Legged Fryers Frtih Chicken Livers Chickenjiizzards Lb. F« rm Fr**h 35 C 39' 39 e 43' 39 C 39 C 33 e 49' 39 C Mo lemon, Choc., Coconut, Banana, Neapolitan, Lime or Strawberry Cream Pies 29° Each Sctuinge, Cheeie or Hamburger Totino Pizza 59 C Country Cupboard froten Apple, tern on or Southern Pecan Pie T 9 ilrdt tye Froicn Orange Plus '£" 49 C 49 C A '°-°'- *ic *T Boxel I Morton Froie Pound Cake Strawberries Mcndowlnke Sliced Frozen 10-0*. J100 Mexico n. Enchilada ~'''~( orCheete Enchilada Patio Dinners 45° Ki Sunkist Lemons 1239 Golden Corn Cherries Plums Grapes Limes New Crop Lettuce Red Leaf or Kamal'n 49' 69= 39 C 49 C 29 C 49 C Each Jumbo Cantaloupe 00 Jumbo Honeydews Anti-Prespiront Deodorant Right Guard Liquid Metrecal 8-Oz. '1,69 Size Ickoloy Cook 'N Carry Cav*r*rf Cake Pan 97 e Mark III 13-Inch Portable Bar-B-Que Grill 1" VO-5 Hair Spray c After Shave Hai Karate $1.50 4-Ox. Size $119 1 10-OL '1.50 Sizt 77 Medi Quick Gillette Foamy Lustre Creme Bath Oil Beads Setting Gel »t r t. BRENDA ROBERTSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd Robertson of Channelview, has been named the recipient of a $5*0 music scholarship at Texas Woman's University. A graduate of Channelview High School, Brenda will be a senior music major al TWU nexl semester. She plays (he trumpet and piano and is a member of the Serenaders Orchestra and the TWU concert Band. CORNELL LEWIS and Teri Starkey are the recipients of the American Legion Award at Highlands Junior School. The awards are given on the basis of courage, leadership, patriotism, scholarship and service. Cornell is the son of Mrs. Bennie White and Teri is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Starkey. Diving Sub Is Cure For Sick Folks SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) — Oceanographic research, in developing the deep diving submersible, also has produced the world's quickest cure for seasickness. Seconds after the undersea craft drops away from the surface, wave motion ceases and that queasy feeling is forgotten. Triere is no sense of motion as the Deepstar—1000 descends in a spiral on its way to the ocean floor. Only the flow of sea life past the viewing ports reveals the craft's progress. At 100 feet, the water is blue green. Visibility is limited by sea life and other matter. The color turns to dark green at 200 feet. At 300 feet, the darkness is complete. It's no place for a fat man or a claustrophobiac. The crew compartment, a seven-foot steel ball, is crammed with electronic equipment, oxygen tanks and other machinery. Add, three persons and the situation becomes cozy- Pilot Bob Bradley slowed the craft's descent as it neared the bottom at 600 feet. The ocean floor loomed through the murky water. The gray, flat bottom stretched out into the darkness. Huge sea ane mones stand like ghostly white palms in a desert of mud. "There's no plant life below 200 feet because of the lack of sunlight," Bradley explains. Fish, too, were few. Thoughts, primarily concern ing the presence of 600 feet o: water overhead, flit through the mind. "It's a good place to get awa> from the smog," commentec Bradley. Evidence of man's passage was evident, even several miles from shore. A white bowl, pipes, machin cry, cables, buckets and other junk from passing ships littered the bottom. The Deepstar, developed b> Westinghou.se, is capable o dives to 4,000 feet and has made more than 500 operational dives It has an oxygen supply gooc for 48 hours and numerous safe ty devices designed to get ii back to the surface In case o problems, information of com fort U> the neophyte voyager to the bottom of the sea. Battery-powered propellers move the craft at about three knots and an underwater tele phone provides a link with the mother ship. The craft is used in a wide ariety of underwater research and salvage operations and Westinghouse is developing another Deepstar capable of diving to 20,000 feet. Students Build News Stand For Pittsburgh Man PITTSBURGH (AP) — Ed "Ace" Huddy, who's been selling newspapers at the same corner for over 30 years, has a new stand. It's eight feet high by six feet square, has four round windows in the roof, a picture window in the back and several compartments for papers. "The only thing I don't have is a shower to cool me off," said Ace. The stand was designed and built by students at Carnegie- Mellon University, who were doing a project for their architectural design class. Dancer Prowse Repeats Vows BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — The graceful choregr'a- pher and the lithe dancing star trembled just like other people getting married. Eddie James and Juliet Prowse were so nervous that "he had a hard time finding her ring finger," a guest said after the civil ceremony at Miss Prowse's home. It was the first marriage for Miss Prowse, 32; the second for James, 26. They met seven months ago as dancing partners on a Bob Hope television show. They plan to live in Beverly Hills and honeymoon later in South Africa, where Miss Prowse was born, REPEAT PERFORMANCE MBABANE, Swaziland (AP) — A prisoner convicted of assault went berserk in the Pigg's Peak National Court. He stabbed a guard over the eye, stabbed a policeman in the neck and escaped from the court Police later recaptured him in a stationary bus where he had hidden. 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