The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 4, 1966 · Page 7
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, March 4, 1966
Page 7
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'! Friday. March 4, 1966 MR. ABERNATHY •y Frank Ridgewcy and Rabfoti (Bud)4on*s I'D LIKE YOU PELtOWSTOTURN MY DESK AND OFFICE CHAIR AROUND. WHY ARE YOU DCHNGTHIS... BECAUSE OF THE LIGHTING? CHIEF fty Joe Dovdey a £T ME SET THIS f?AI6HT. EVEN THOUGH . _U MAY NOT A5R££ WITH WHAT 1 SAV, yoo'LL PEFENSP TO TH£ J7E/VTH A-.Y RiSHT TO SAY IT? CHIEF SPEAKSIV/7H NUBBIN By Jim Burae* & George Crandail UTTLE HENRY By Cari Anderson VtXJR TEACHER SEKT VDU HER LATEST PHOTO, HENRY! .A**p*JCao*< SETTLE BAILEY By Mort Walker ' Af ^ STAY OUT OP TROUBLE/ WE WAN AFTER EE JULIUS GETS THKOLX5M Me, YOU DON'T P=£ LIKE PO'.NS- . ALWAYS BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH By Fred Lassweli I CAN'T FETCH NOTHIN' RIGHT NOW, PAW--BOTH MY ARMS ARE SOUND ASLEEP FETCH IN SOME V KINDLIN WOOD V HI AND LOIS By Mort Walker and Dik Browne AND AN APPLE AND A COUPLE OF CRACKERS WITH SOME PEANUT BUTTER... Bv Paul Noms BRICK BRADFORD UJNS JOURMcY CHECK ^EAT 5SUTS...&,,. By Alex Raymond RIP KIRBY MY CAR. BORROW La Porte-Baytown Bowling Contests Slated Saturday TEXAS INDIANS — One of the newest spots for tourist interest in Texas is the Alabatno-Coushatta Reservation, near Livingston, Polk County, where members of the Na Ski La Dancers {shown here practicing) dance for visitors on a five-times-daily schedule. Tonight On TV TTRTOAV NIGHT 6:30 O Camp Runamuck O Anthology CD Wild Wild West CB Flintstones 7:00 iO Hank O Great Decisions <B Tammy 7:30 O Sammy Davis Jr. O Face of Sweden fD Hogan's Heroes ® Addams Family 8:00 O Festival of Arts CD Gomer Pyle, USMC C0 Honey West 8:30 O Mr. Roberts CD Movie £B Farmer's Daughter 9:00 0 Man From Uncle O Jimmy Dean 10:00 & News CD News © New s 10:30 O Johnny Carson CD Late Show © Far Away Places 11:00 i£B Wrestling 12:00 O Merv Griffin IB Cita Con Trece 12:30 CD Late, Late Show © Conaway Comments SATURDAY MORNING March o 6:30 O George Roesner 6:55 CD Sign On 6:57 © Sign On 7:00 O Popeye Theater ;CD Captain Kangaroo © Farm Journal 7:30 © Jungle Theatre 8:00 :Q The Jetsons CD Heckle and Jeckle 8:30 0 Atom Ant CD Tennessee Tuxedo 9:00 O Secret Squirre' CD Mighty Mouse UD Porky Pig- 9:30 0 Underdog CD Linus © Beatles 10:00 & Top Cat CD Tom & Jerry ffl Casper 10:30 f] Fury CD Quick Draw McGraw © Magilla Gorilla 11:00 O First Look CD Sky King © Bugs Bunny 11:30 O Jim Hester Show CD Lassie © Milton Monster 32:00 Q Lone Ranger CD Flicka © Cadet Don. SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12:30 0 Superman <CO Inquiry © Gulf Coast Jamboree 1:00 O Outer Limits CD Early Show © Larry Kane 2:00 d SW Conference Basketball © Champions Cup 2:45 CD High School Sports Parade 3:00 ID Golf Classic 3:30 -G Porter Wagner 4:00 ® Wilburn Bros. CD Flying Fisherman © Wide World of Sports 4:30 0 Divorce Court <D Bowling 5:00 fD Smothers Brothers 5:30 0 Scherer McNeill CD News © The Rebel 6:00 0 News CD Death Valley Days © News Tackle Box Taken TAN POWER, 2216 Montana, reported to police Wednesday that a fishing tackle box was stolen from his garage. The Dox was worth 552.45, Patrolman John Rosamond, investigating officer, said. The Baytown-La Porte Junior Bowling Association's second annual championship tournament will be held Saturday at Baytown's Bay Lanes and March 12 at the La Porte Lanes. ] The team events for the jun-i iors will take place at the Baytown location at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. anH tiie doubles and sin-j gles competition will be reeled off in La Porte at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. March 12. Bowling competition will be open to two divisions, bantam and junior-senior. The bantam competition is open for those KWBA PROGRAM LOG KWBA — SATURDAY 6:00 County Agent 6:15 Lifeline 6:30 Mutual News 6:35 Wink Lewis 7:00 Mutual News 7:04 Universal Weather 7:07 Wink Lewis — Music 7:30 Morning News Roundup 7:36 Texas News 7:45 Heaven and Home Hour 8:00 Mutual News 8:04 Gospel Music 8:30 Mutual News 9:00 International Sunday School Lesson 9:30 Mutual News 9:35 Religion in. the News 9:45 The Christian Jew Hour 10:00 Back to the Bible 10:30 Mutual News 11:00 Mutual News 11:04 Texas News 11:07 Universal Weather 11:09 Concert in Khaki — Good Music 11:30 Mutual News 12:00 Back to the Bibie 12:30 Mutual News 12:35 Universal Weather 12:37 KWBA Music — Good Music Local News & Weather on the Hour Plus Mutual News and Mutual News on the Half Hour. 6:15 Lifeline 6:35 Country Music With Texas News on the hour and Mutual News on the Hour and Half Hour. 12-years and under while the junior - senior competition is open to those from 13 to IS years of age. An individual's age as of Aug. 1, 1965, will determine his eligibility and age bracket. Between 200 and 300 bowlers are expected to compete, making it necessary for all entrants to report 30 minutes before bowling. The trophies for the affair will be presented to the winners by the Baytosa Optlirdst Gtui>. following the same procedure as last year. The Baytown-La Porte Junior Bowling Association is affiliated with the AJBC Organization, which is a. state and national organization made up of junior 'and senior bowlers. How to your spending Open a Checking Account. Pay Bills •with, checks. Then, watch those check stubs and control your budget. PEOPLES STATE BANK Baytown's Finest Member F.D.I.C. Volkswagen Lifrie Known Facts About A Weil Known Little Car! DID YOU KNOW? That Volkswagen is one of the safest cars on the road today. In fact, ifs so safe that insurance companies were able to reduce collision rates substantially. However, should you get Involved in an accident, you and your children's chances of getting out unharmed are much better in a WV because of the tremendous strength built into our body. You are completely surrounded by steel-top, bottom, front; even under the dash your legs are protected by steeL TEXAS MOTOR IMPORT 606 East Texas Ave. AUTHORIZED Phone 582-8113 Have a Happy Easter Let Your Sun Classified Ads Help You Make It A Happier Easter Easier is so many things. It's church, colored eggs, candy and Easter baskets. It's -family dinner, new clothes . . . and, no matter what the weather, It's the beginning of spring. To be sure this Easter is all that you want it to be for those you love, put powerful Sun Classified ads to work for you right now. Turn the no longer used articles yon have around your home into extra cash by selling them the easy, inexpensive and profitable way. All it takes is a phone call. Just dial 582-8323 for the experienced Ad Writer who's waiting to heip you. 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