Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on September 9, 1973 · 128
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Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas · 128

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1 W PAGE 2 Fort Vox-Eh Star-Telegram Similar Septsmter 91973 MINI PAGE MINI PAGE XVa-th St ar-Triegram Sunday Septendwr 9 1973 1-: 3 I Puzzle-le-do All the words in this puzzle begin with the letter P Across 1 A baby Indian 2 A living thing which is animal 3 A student 4 I will the apple small paring knife Down I What is used when a man jumps out of a airplane 2 There are two in a quart 3 A vegetable with eyes on it 4 A fruit that has fuzz on the outside Answer Box la4d "t pluct -g livid -i ogoodled t ssolay gavad 3 fit loci -e trluyl -g mpluttd UAW( I THE MINI PAGE I think the Mini Page is great It has many things to create But most of all I like the jokes Its lots of fun for we young folks —By Melissa Harrison II Argyle UN I love to see a Lobster laugh Or see a turtle wiggle Or poke a hippopotamus And see the monster giggle Or even stand around at night And watch the mountains wriggle —By Beverly Watts 12 Bedford not an with a : The Mini Page Bill Board :1 MY FAMILY My eat is always having kittens My mother's always mending mittens My father's always here and there My brother's always everywhere And my two sisters never play They're on the telephone every day I play around with my friends And the day never ends For Boys and Girls 17 and undo— Send its vnir ponmx nor' stores opinions and news Ail rnpst b aoproxrnateiv SO w01 CIS Eraw4nos rn!ist te ire biack crayon on plain Paper no larger than ax11 Ai! must t ynixr drt innwrilind and soned by One of Your Parents Or roar teahor W want see voitr very own work Give Your doe- Send to "7Ani FArt WArth 4u0 W 7th S1 Fort Worth Texas 7111C2" —By Cheryl McMahan 9 Burleson 1 s -71 '''':' -c - $L-4t- iktr'''' ' '7- '' 7: 5t4'1 -- t: 4 : 3 7 i 4 - - vvIN41--- Nifyi-f 3 o' I i 't 4wlof - t rhood Slmw 1k: -‘ 1- 'Ve hbo ers Neig i4 of the 114v -i----4 Fred Rcgers 4000001- Mister Rog What's New in Public Television for Kids "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" returns for its eighth season on Public Tele Vision The host is Fred Rogers a minister and an authority on child behavior This year the show continues to publish a monthly newspaper called "Around the Neighborhood" A poster and a record for children will be included with the issues from time to time There will be 10 issues each year "Zoom" returns for its third season It features the old ZOOMers -- Lori Edith Neal and Danny as well as three new ZOOMers -- Michael Donna and Timmy The cast will be wearing brand new striped T-shirts There will be more ZOOMraps less doodles More plays Try-It-At-Home games barrels and ZOOM do's More specials ZOOM guests and ZOOM recipes "Sesame Street" will begin its fifth year when it starts in November The same cast of characters will be back again Spanish words and phrases will continue to be an important part of the show Did you know that "Sesame Street" and 'The Electric Company" have eight offices scattered throughout the country? The people in these offices work with teachers parents and other interested adults in carrying out the educational aims of the show "The Electric Company" will return for the third year with much the same cast This year more meaningful material will be used Children will be taught to read phrases rather than just one word at a time "Love of Chair" is to return as part of the show There are plans to begin an "Electric Company" magazine sometime in the future "Carrascolendas" a program for Spanish speaking children will also return to stations in cities where there is a big Spanish speaking population Plans are also underway for another Spanish speaking program probably to be launched the first of next year Super Entertainer: Florence Henderson r-:-2:-:-- -17 17 7 Florence Henderson plays ' 2-3g --: the perky wife and mother -1ft-' t 41' - in "The Brady Bunch" Her s ' B Nil w!1--4 : parents are Irish She was ' -t - --0' t 4V born in Dale Indiana V near - (6 Y-‘ )- 4 0 - 7 fl the Kentucky border and is ' if-kt-i-'- ) it the youngest of 10 children -4 0 164tt She became interested in '''''' ---4r- singing at the age of two and A ' - 1 ' 1 — started (lancing when she li 1 i 1 i'f':' ' was four She decided to be -111 di 1 41) ::) an actress after she was in her first movie Her name off-stage is Mrs Ira Bernstein Her husband is a Broadway production manager The Bernsteins have four children: Barbara 17 Joseph 12 Robert 10 and Elizabeth 7 The family recently decided to make Beverly Hills their permanent home Florence Henderson has blue eyes her birthday is February 14 Question: What does a pipe cleaner look like? Answer: A toothpick with long underwear —Shelly Zimmerer 8 Aluenster Question: What's the longest pencil in the world? Answer: Pennsylvania —Robert Haskins 8 Fort Worth a IT111 W---- )40 on Z-- - a -- 1 -21t How jog 5--Qnd kn if r1111) ( sua ft) -the comer DEDHAM Bill: Why do you brush your hair every night? Julie: To make a good impression On the pillow Arlena Dygert Walnut CreekElementaryAzle -Mother: Were you good at the dentist? Roy: Yes I didn't even open my mouth Mary Kathryn Bronson 8 Trinity N'alley School Question : Why hen roost On the gate? Answer: Because rooster Mary I cou1dn1 the she was not a ynn Martin 8 Brmlnwood Question: What has 3 feet can't walk and can't talk? Answur: A yard stick —Ann Irwin 9 Kruin Barry:- I know a man with a wooden leg named Smith Jeff: What is the name of his other leg? Barry Ilarpo le 11 Fort Worth Question: How do you keep from getting that run down feeling? Answer: IA)ok both ways before you cross the street Donald E Luttrell 10 Fort Worth It you are 17 years old and under send vouv ayot he mini iokes It we pick Yours el! run your name under it Jokes must he n your handwriting and Signed by One of your parents or leacners Send to Mini Page Fort Worth Star Telegram 400 W 7th St Fort Not th Texas 761C2 Helmet: Courtesy League 1Vational Football Properties Inc WHO'S THAT HAVING A SNACK PACK PARTY? (Connect tile das avid see) 0: 5- ip 7 li iz th IP t 3 ii 114 a!P 21 3!- 29 3 25 4S I:1 zi Meet the Pros: Meet John Brockington It 17 V IC 21 3 14 i5 1$ tic ENJOY A SNACK PACK ANYTIMEANYPLACE! CAUS SNACK PAcK MANEC POPPING A PARTY John Brockington is a 6-1 225 running back for the Green Bay Packers He was "Rookie of the Year" in-1971 He is the only player ever to gain over 1000 yards in each of his first two pro seasons The biggest thrill of his career came when he was picked bv his fellow players for the 1971 all pro team The player he admired most when he was growing up was Jimmy Brown the running back for the Cleveland Browns John did not start playing football until he was in high school in Brooklyn New York While he was growing up he played basketball and Little League baseball What advice would he give young players? 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