The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 9, 1966 · Page 8
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 8

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, March 9, 1966
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Wednesday, March 9, 1966 9** PROFESSOR PHUM1LI THAT MEANS WE'RE GcTTJKJG CLOSE TO THE COLLEGE! -•? ife-v. '/'$*», %**•• WERE RUNNING OVER MORE SEER CANS' WHAT MEANS WE'RE SETT! N<5 CHIEF By Jo* Dowley THAT WASN'T THE MOON. I FINALLY SHOT AN ARROW AN1> HIT THE MOON / NUBBIN By Jim Burnet & George Crondofl PRETTY SOUK NQT£ YOU JUST HIT. LITTLE HENRY By Carl Anderson SETTLE BAILEY By Mort Walker WU.Y DO, Y AW, V&'S TOO ¥ •yOU TDRfaEKlT j FINICKY—- AND i -p-tAT-POOff" r /BESIDES, ME TELLS j GUV? / TME 6SNERAL- OS r, ^ " ^^\ Lie 5VEEY DAY i- BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH By Fred Lasswell -=^Y I COULD 1FVE HAD COME OVER A HOUR SOONER, BUT I JEST USED UP TH' LAST GRAIN I HAD TO MAKE SOME CORN-MEAL MUFFINS CAN VE SPARE SOME AAUFF1NS1 CAN VE SPARE A CUP OF CORN MEAL. LOWEEZV ? Bv Mort Walker and Dik HI AND LOIS AW, I DIDN'T "SHE HURT HIS OLD ) PJP SNOWMAN/ /TOO.' CALM POWN/ FIX IT. BRICK BRADFORD CAPTAIN TSAVA1—H6 WAS oj -rue. EXPEDITION TO Tooee Twfzs£ oe. CAU- i'O CAUL. ON SlPJA....HAv£ YOU cosrnzoi— COME IM, *£y--^r&•''• r^f^s*'-** 1 .•--. ,r<»5>^<-. RIP KIRBY By Alex Raymond MlSHT AS WELL GNE FOSTER BACK Hi5 RENTB7 CAR ANP A!?1?AN<5E x^_ ANOTHER FOR MYSELF. HOW CAN I TELL ANNE'S YOU MUSTN'T FEEL BAP, SIR- J'M SURE YOUR. INTENTIONS WERE OF THE BEST. PESMONC? YOU 5HOULP KNOW THE O1.P EN5LI5H PROVERB THAT SAYS A VERY BAD PLACE 15 PAVED WITH THOSE. Viscount Astor. Prof umo Scandal Figure. Is Dead LONDON (AP) — Viscount attack in 1964 and had to take r tan apartment she shared with [the West London district of Ful- Astor, son of the first woman member of Britain's Parliament and a central figure in the Pro- fumo scandal, died of a heart attack Monday while vacaikwi- ing in the Bahamas. The 59-year-old member of J - SAU>. *^.^j*jj, u*j-i»u(, fcjit-^ *3iiiAi.*_v^. rvAui i u^^; TI ^ .landy Rice-Davies, a teen-agejham. It was at Cliveden, the famous {prostitute who has now turned! During World War TI English estate of the Astors. "' * ~ : that Stephen Ward, a society osteopath, artist introduced Keeler to call War and girl procurer. Christine Minister John the wealthy British-American Profumo in 1961. Profumo later family had gone to Nassau with his third wife, the former London model Bronwen Pugh, for a month's stay. He complained of chest pains while visiting friends and died at Princess Margaret Hospital. Astor had suffered a heart admitted_he lied in Parliament about 'his relationship with Christine. He resigned his post. cabaret singer. Mandy testified at the trial! ; served in the Royal Navy. He| Station Operator Rods % Aff cctfen' b Costly SAN ANTONIO CAP) — Service station attendant WiBie E. Wilson that she had been Ix*d Aster's' was unseated by the * found recently it's not to trust an a3ee- mistress, a claim he had denied, j remmed to parUa _ { He was working at the station Ward committed suicide aftei being convicted of keeping a brothel. Lord Astor was the eldest son jment in 1951. On his father'sjone night when a woman got out death in 1952. he succeeded tojof her car. threw out her arms the peerage and had to give up-and tried to kiss him. WOson said she didn't get a touching off a scandal that,of William Waldorf Astor. the rocked British society and led to second viscount, and Virginia- Ward's sensation-packed trial. Christine testified at the trial that Lord Astor paid the rent for Students Who Defaced Buses Can Try Walking INDIANAOLIS, Ind. (A) —-' Thomas M. Haynes, vice prin- About 900 pupils at Arlington Icipal of the 4-year-old school. bom Nancy Langhome. whose barbed wit made her a gadfly his seat in Commons. Aster's title now passes to his 14-year-old son by his first marriage. William Waldorf Astor. He leaves a daughter by his see- during her 35 years in the Hoiist | O nd wife and two daughters by of Commons. He was a great-ihis third. Three brothers and a grandson of John Jacob Astor. who founded the family fortune in the States. fur trade in the United sister also survive him. His mother died in 1964. The tallest races in the world As William Waldorf Astor he | are the Watusi of Ruanda -Ur- also was elected to the House of iundi, The Congo, and the Ona Commons in 1S35, representing!of Tierra del Fugeo, Chile. kiss, but he learned later she did get his wallet. He said he lost no money, just some pictures and identification cards. Radio Stolen A SMALL radio was stolen from the Blake Realty Co. at 4320 Fairway Saturday night. James D. Blake, owner, said the office was entered through a window. High School had to do without their school-buses this morning to get to school. Bus company officials say it is the pupils' fault, charging that their vehicles "come into the garage looking like they had been hauling cattle." Edgar A. Claffey, president of the privately owned Indianapolis Transit System, Inc., said service on 12 routes serving a four-square-mile section of the fashionable North Side had been halted. "I know this action is going to hurt many innocent pupils, but we are going to have to have some assurance the continuing Claffey praised school officials, who "have done everything in their power to stop damage to buses." Customs Collections In Houston On Increase HOUSTON (AP) — Houston customs collections the first eight months of the current fiscal year exceeded the same year earlier period by $5,941,422. The District Customs Office announced today that the Hous-j ton collections totaled 523,158,917, compared to $17,217,495 a year earlier. Collections for the entire dis- an in- said there hav e been repeated problems on the 12 routes. "We caught two boys last week who had cut a section of a. seat," he said. "We made them! pay fully for the damage." i Paul I. Miller, assistant su-, perintendent of Indianapolis public schools, said Arlington J staff members had spent "hours i and hours finding the troublemakers and making them pay for any damages." He said only a few pupils are causing the trouble, but all pupils will have to police buses if they want to have them to ride. Miller said school authorities do not blame the bus company for its action "one bit." He said the shutdown affects about one-third of the Arlington pupils who ride buses. Principal Ralph W. Clevenger said absences because of a lack of bus service will not be excused. Pupils pay 40 cents a day for a round trip on the buses. The school administration does - not* provide transportation for high! school pupils. StSHID . IS FREDERICKSBURG, Tex. (AP)—Residents of this native city of the late Adm. Chester W. trict totaled $30,160,441, crease of 57,909,716. j Nimitz are asking that a postage vandalism and rowdyism ."will stamp be issued to mark the end once and for all," Claffey ! career of the World War TJ msli- said. Itary leader. The request has been sent to the Post Office Department's Citizen Stamp Advisory Committee. Sen. Ralph Yarborough, D-Tex., member of the Senate 202,000 Visit Capital AUSTIN (AP) — A total of K52.00Q persons visited the state Capital last year, Texas Highway tourist information , reports the Post .OflK e and Civil Seipace epartment Committed has. been askejf'to center. The Capitol, built in 1888, has some 500 rooms. help. Nimitz died in late March near, his Slst birthday. I HUMBLE BEE GROCERY & MARKET 3509 MARKET | SpeddSs Good Fpf ThUfS., FfL, Sat. f 82-7313 Borden's Santa Maria Gal. MILK Admiration COFFEE IMPERIAL PURE CANE SUGAR Lb. 79c 69c N.B.C. Chocolate COOKIES - - 39c Borden's MELLORINE 39c With $5.00 Purchase 10 IBS. 89 Texas Oranges Lb. 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