The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 5, 1969 · Page 20
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KETLE IAILFT BEETLE, DID YOO KNOW you HAVE FIVE FPECXlES ON LEFT CHEEK: AMP FOUP OH /OUR PI6MT? MR. ABERNATHY By Joaes and Ridge way HAPPY BIRTHCVW, DEAR MONTY.. .HAPP/BIRTHDAY 70 YOU' TSK...TSK. HOW TIME FtlES.' -JU5T THINK, FOUR YEAR9 OLD 7DCWY. 1 HI AND LOIS THAT'S 5ILLY WHEN VGU CiOse Vt>UR EVES CAN'T TELL .WHETHER IT'S UP OR DOWN. I NEVER KNEW ANVBODV WHO COULD LET SO /HANY THINGS BOTHER THEM I CAN'T SEEM TO SLEEP WITH THE SHADE DOWN/ I'M DEAR,IJUST CANY SLEEP WITH THE SHADE UP. CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner TWAOV ivn LOOMWG FOR. 1 PRWrr KEMICK'5 BAKGfi! • BLAZED.' HE SPEEDED KOAP EWP5 AT THI£ HOUSE WATB* THWTH- TREES. BUT &OMETHW6 ASHORE, 1 THINK'. MAYBE HE CAN PIKECT ME TO Pfaijrr. ALLEY DCk By V. T. Hamfin GDOOHEWINS, / IT'S NOT \ WELL, I'LL BE...LOOK5 LIKE LOOK! X FALLIMfi/ / IT"; BKlkJS^ Pi II I en i .•»• FALLING.' I IT'S BEING PULLED UPJ THE BORN LOSER By Art SansoH TALK A6OJT L-UJgAT FRlEWPS! EEK AND MEEK VCUVE GOT TO UARAJ f-£>UJ TO PLAY SOME. M£(.COI6S STUPID i CAKJT MAKE Ak)V MOW&V THE scw.es ALC, ine TIME ! •y Howie Schneider MV FATHER MAD6 A LOT OF PLAYIMG. THE SCALES i REALLY? YOJR FATHER A, M'JSIClAfJ I BUGS BUNNY By Ralph Heimdohi ALL TMEV DO WHILE THEY'RE HERE IS LOOK AT TELEVISION KEEP MOVIM', PETUNIA, VER BLOCKIN' TH' PtCTUKE'. LITTLE HENRY •y CoH AndertM Gallery To Open In New York By SYD KRON1SH AP Newsfealures Stamps now have status. An elegant gallery devoted to the exclusive display of stamps and coins will be open to the public in New York City. Owned and operated by the famed Harmer, Rookc & Co., the new (jallery will exhibit more than $2 million worth of rare stamps and coins. Each rarity will appear in a gem-like museum setting and will carry a price tag. Said Olin Tice, president of Harmer, Hooke Galleries, "We hope to make this an irresista- ble showplace for all, even those with a mild interest in stamps or coins. They may go to the Metropolitan to see Rem- brandts, but they will come here to enjoy the philatelic and numismatic arts." To honor the 100th anniversary of the birth of Johan Hjort, famous zoologist and occanogra- pher, Norway has issued two new stamps. Each stamp will depict a likeness of Hjort whose marine research work was essential to the Norwegian fishing industry. The new stamps simultaneously hail the entire Norwegian fishing industry. The 40-ore stamp is brown and green while the 90 ore is blue and green. The latest edition of Minkus "Stamp Journal" contains a variety of lively and interesting articles for collectors. One story by Hannah Oilman, entitled "Man's Need to Communicate," reveals the history of humans trying to convey messages from the begining of time including smoke signals and cave writings. Gengis Khan's mail system was so good it lasted BOO years! Other features include a philatelic quiz, designs that didn't make it," a background yarn on Cyprus stamps and a special story on topical collecting— spasbells on stamps, hotels on stamps and paintings on stamps. The Stamp Journal costs 50 cents and can be obtained directly from the publisher at 116 W. 32nd St., New York, N.Y. 10001. Thursday, June 5, 1969 Baytotmi »u« The Territory of Papua and New Guinea will be the host country for the first time at the Third South Pacific Games to be held at Port Moresby from Aug. 13 to 23. To commemorate this event, the territory will issue three new stamps. One stamp will show a yachting race; another will depict the games' swimming pool; the third will illustrate the main games arena in the suburbs of Port Moresby. DID YOU KNOW THAT. . .the common surname of Smith appears only twice on U.S. stamps —Alfred E. Smith (governor of New York and Democratic candidate for the presidency in 8) and Capt. John Smith (of colonial fame). ... Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial stamps have been issued recent- y by such countries as Western Samoa, Virgin Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands. For a uti-page booklet, "Amaz- ng but True Stories Behind the Stamps," including a packet of •0 stamps from far-away lands, send 75 cents to "Stamp Bookel," Name of This Paper, c-o E. Harris & Co., Box 2, AP, Joston, Mass. RESTORATION SET CAPE TOWN, South Africa AP) - Cape Town's Malay quarter, housing the descendants of slaves shipped from the old Dutch Bast Indies, will be econstructed as a historical clic. The City Council was told the ovcrnmcnt would pay about ialf of the Rands 677,000— $ai7,800-costs of restoring ome of the white-washed colon- al-style cottages. NOT WRONG ON RIGHTS FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP)The ttorney general's office Kays tale universities are not violat- ng the civil righLs of coeds by cquiring them to return to the ormilory at a set time. 'BLACK LUNG'STUDIKD FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) n interim legislative subcommittee has been chosen to come p with recommendations on lack lung disease of miners for he 1970 Kentucky Legislature. CHALK MYSTERY SOLVED HAYDOCK England (AP) The case of the vanishing chalk ad a club's billiards players nookcrcd. But now the riddle as been solved. Worrtan visitors at Haydock Coascrvative Club in Lancashire wore spotted using the halk as eye-shadow. Homemakers won ve won your for lower food prices! During the past few weeks I interviewed food shoppers from various parts of Houston, Pasadena and Baytown. You testified that no one was listening to your plea for lower food prices ....

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