The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 11, 1966 · Page 2
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Baytown, Texas
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Friday, March 11, 1966
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Friday. March H, 1966 Gemini 8 Flight Has A Packed Schedule CAFE KENNEDY. Fla. <AP) — "This is an extremely full flight plan, and therefore many things might not be done." Flight Director Christopher Kraft was discussing next week's action-packed Gemini 8 mission during which astronauts Nefl A. Armstrong, a civilian, and David R. Scott, an Air Force major, are to latch their space ship to another satellite and Scott is to stroll in space for 2 hours, 40 minutes. The National Aeronautics and In an interview, Kraft said: "The flight plan is essentially a flight request, and the pilots will do what they can in the time alkrted. It's doubtful they can do all the things laid on. It will be a flight of real time decisions.' Kraft said the astronauts were given many tasks because "in Gemini we hope to gain as much space operational experience as posibleon all flights." The doubleheader launching is scheduled to start at 10 a.m. EST Tuesday to start at 10 a.m. Space Administration reported (Agena rocket boosts the Agena in detail Thursday the plans for the three-day trip in which the astronauts will be busier than any previous U.S. spacemen. Highlights will be the chase of an Agena satellite over a 105.- OOQ-mile course; four separate linkups with the Agena. and the space walk during which Scott will float practicing maneuvers and seeing how well he can perform in weightlessness as a photographer, space mechanic, star gazer and collector of scientific GREAT BIG , , KIDDIE MATINEE? SATURDAY MORNING 10:0.0 Feature For This W. A .TECHNICOLOR MfJRO-GQIDWYN-MAYER present.- ft KING BROTHERS PRODUCTION upper stage into orbit. The Titan 2 is to follow at 11:41 a.m.. shooting Gemini 8 into space to start the dramatic chase. If the Agena achieves the desired orbit. Armstrong and Scott will fly almost precisely the same orbit-shifting course that Gemini 5 did in catching Gemini 7 in December, up to Gemini S command pilot Armstrong will fly formation with the target at a distance of about 50 feet for 45 minutes before inserting the nose of the Gemini into an Agena docking collar and firmly locking the two vehicles together. The astronauts wUl remain moored to the Agena through a night's sleep. Scott will open his hatch 20 hours, 25 minutes into the flight and will step outside on a 23-foot tether. nd WON OR A SCOP CHAPTER 5 HI 10 Kennedy Half Dollars FREEt CONTEST ON STAGE JACKPOT S50.00 Open 9:30. Starts 10:00 ALL SEATS 50c DECKER DRIVE ES T THEATRE NOW 3 FEATURES 3 AUDIE MURPHY - PLUS DORIS DAY ROD TAYLOR DONOT DISTURB • C«r:S:::5 tes ay D£ L'JKE " -AND — f CONNIE DEAN CESAR ^STEVENS-JONES and ROMERO GHQMJE) What was her sin? $ Loving too much ...or not enough love ? NOW SHOWING Thru WEDNESDAY JOHNFORSYTHE«KEIRDULLEA?. T , / <» CARTOON- NEWS For La Porte... a distinguished event! EXCLUSIVE LIMITED ENGAGEMENT SEVEN DAYS ONLY GEORGE STEVENS THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD Because o^ the anticipated sieavj demand, we suggest you buy your tickets in advance to gjarsntee yc-j a seat at tne ccrform ance of your cro.ce TWO SHOWS DAiL 2 PM s 8 PM TECHNICOLOR'.,,^.., UNITED ARTISTS REMEMBER-7 DAYS ONLY - BUY TICKETS NOW! AdmiMioH; Adults $1.25, Students $1UJQ, Children $ J50 NOW SHOWING Thru WEDNESDAY Band Students At Crosby Take Texas City Honors ALICE ANTONINI, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Antonlnl of 1310 Griffin, explains her Science Fair project on the rate of respiration compared in plants and animals, which will be on* of *om« 100 projects shown at Si. Joseph's Junior HIgrh Science Fair Saturday and Sunday. Students with her are, from left, Kay Juengrer, Alan Landry and Paul KloeseL Students To Compete For Honors At Science Fair Water purification. The he - redity of a fruit-fly. The "fifth dimension." These are just three of the |many projects St. Joseph's Jun- (ior High School students are pre- j paring for the school's Science Fair Saturday and Sunday at the school auditorium. An estimated 100 students with that many projects are expected to enter the competition. Sister Mary Virginia, junior high principal, said. The three categories will be biological science, earth science and physical science with first, second and third place winners in each. The three first place winners will be eligible to enter the Houston Science Fair. Judges will be from the Robert E. Lee High School science department. Judging will be from L ANA TURNER Notes Admitted to Gulf Coast: children of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Brien Jr., 711 E. Re- pubJic, Room 18. Melinda Talbot, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Talbot, Anahuac, Room 105. Mrs. Oleta Dartez, 3416 Morrison, Room 209. Marvin Lively, 507 Harold, Room 211. Myles Keller, Room 223. 803 Fayle, Mrs. Ouida Watkins, Houston, Room 204, Raymond Chandler, 219 Bayshore, Room 129. Miss Judy Bracey, 1306 Burbank, Room 128. Admitted to San Jacinto: Edward Bolieu, 420 E. Favle, Room 302. Reuben Hernandez, League City, Room 338. Mark Huey, 242 Ashby, Room 347. Mrs. Bonnie Tompkiris, Highlands, Room 312. Mrs. Bonsuelo Alaniz, 1111% Airhart, Room 34i. Mrs. Wanda Tisdale, 328 Briarwood, Room 306. 10:30 a.m. to noon Saturday. Thetfrom 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. for visi- auditorium will be opened from I tors. Students will set up their 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday for the pub- projects between 9 a_m. and lie and will reopen on Sunday! 10:30 a.m_ Saturday. The special reception committee Saturday to provide guided tours will include Alice Antonini, Donna Bailey, Janie Komsby, Marlene Moore and By SPKT.I. ANDERSON Crosby Correspondent Crosby band students participated in solo and ensemble contest at Texas City. They brought home 94 first-place medals. Those holding place in first division solo were Carolyn Allen, Karen Henson, Barbara Jasek, Liz Scott, Mary Ransom, Carol Ecles, Jackie Barge, Lynn Faust, Patricia Petrick, Rebecca Ecles, Cynthia Woodard, Danny Fleming, Karen Anderson, Patsy Jasek, Regina Wiley, Karen Hinton, Andrea Petters, Evelyn VTha, Tim Meigs Franny Martin and Melanie Ransom and Patricia Meigs. Those holding places in first division ensemble were clarinet choir — Carolyn Allen, Diane Anderson, Rhonda Parker, Bunny Roeder, Sandra Aldrich, Michele Doskocil. Karen Henson. Kathy Loftin, Cheryl Slovacek. j Nancy Bakker and Christy Cran- j fill. French Horn - Mary Ransom, Carol Ecles, Sylvia Doskocil and Jocile Moore. Clarinet Trio — Cheryl May, Rhonda Harlien, and Andrea Petters. Clarinet Trio — Judy White, Lanel! Brasher and Paula Nova- sod. Flute Quartet — Patricia Petrick, Patsy Jasek, Rebecca Ecles and Terry Scott. Second division solo first- place winners were Darryl Heson, Claudia Koonce. Randy Faust, Daralyn EwelJ, Mike Humphries, Floyd Lee Kuntz, Nancy Bakker. Jane Kominek, Kerry Blackmon, Debbie Leath- ewocd, Jo Ann Cream, Chery) JMay, Debbie Fleming, Terrye Scott and Donna Swanson. Second Division ensemble we flute quartet — Barbara Jasek, Daralyn Ewell, Jane Kominek, Liz Scott. Clarinet quartet — Dianne Anderson, Sandra Aldrich, Cheryl Slovacek dy Marek. James Blaha and Cecil Dunn. PERSONAL MENTION Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Anderson of New Orleans were visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Untleman Sr. The Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Untleman Jr. and family visited Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Untleman Sr. and Mr. and airs. G. W. Aiken. Cynthia Michalsky and Wilma Lou Martin will participate in The Houston Music Teacher Association festival for 70 pianos at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Music Hall. Ronald Becker is their teacher and is the vice president of the Houston Music Teachers Association. Staff Sgt. Ralph Dietrich of "airchild Air Force Base, Spokane. Wash., attended a semi- ar OR the new phases of scrap metal at Amarillo Air Force Base for two weeks. He then .'isited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dietrich, for two] weeks. Dietrich has served in the Air Force 17% years. Christv Cranfill. Cornet ^Debbie Fleming, Mike en. Reception committee for Sun- ! B urge, Cindy Brasher and Meday will be Thomas Giroir. gan McGuire. Trombone uuar- Randy Hanle Paul Klocse!, Ver-| tet _ Steve singleton , nell ^ovasod Pat Tyler, Rita G i over . les Ryan and Vicki Zeglin. G i over . Jen> . Mattinglv. " and The organizing committee for j clarinet quartet - Reeina the fair working under the di- wil Cynthia Woodard. Karen rection of Sister Louise de Mon- j AndcrsOn and Evelvn V lha. tifait. junior high science teach-j clarinet quartet - Debbie er i s chairmaned by Paul As- Fleming) r^na Swanson. Deb- termayeo. The organization crew members. Roslyn Fisher, Gary Barrett Station Man's Rites Set Funeral services for Louis Armstrong of Barrett Station, a retired employe of Shell Chemical Co.. will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church at Barrett Station. The Rev. G. S. Mathews will officiate. Burial will be in the Evergreen Cemetery at Barrett Station. Armstrong died March 5 in a North Shore hospital. He was born at Crosby. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Myrtle Armstrong; a daughter, Mrs. Emma J. Toi- >ert; his mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Payne; three brothers, Willie Armstrong, Johnnie Armstrong and Nelson Armstrong; an uncle. Porter Barrett; two grandchil - dren. Carlotta Goodlow and Reginald Goodlow. all of Crosby; and an aunt, Mrs. Ella George of Houston, Walker Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements for the services. AIJCE IN T WOKDEBLAND Ice Capades Scheduled In Houston April 9-17 Glamorous Ice Capades of The galaxy of stars in Ice Ca- bie Gillette and Judy White. Konecny, Glenn Landrv Vir-L- Third division soloists were . . _ . Kathy Loftin, Gay Rove, James gima Reiter and Paul, will be on j Parker and Raymond Polka, hand Saturday morning to assist Third division ensemble cor- with the display of the projects. J net quartet — Steve Giiljtt, Cin- Fairmont Park AX ESTABLISHED COMMUNITY 2 MILES WEST OF LA PORTE ON SPENCER HWY. GOOD DESIGN plus GOOD CONSTRUCTION plus GOOD PROPERTY STANDARDS equal "GOOD VALUES" Y.A. « F.H.A. - Conventional HOMES FBOM $15,000.00 to $35,000.00 Dolores Jean Crosby, Room 326. New Arrivals: Washington, 1966, with its kaleidoscope of colorful costumes and champion skaters, makes its annual Houston visit to the Sam Houston Coliseum April 9-17 for seven night and six matinee perform- nces. Tickets for the ice extravaganza will go on sale Monday at all three Foley's department stores and the Coliseum box offices. Mail orders may b e sent in care of the Coliseum, Houston. This year's dazzling ice spectacle will feature the world of entertainment. The entire second half of the show is devoted to Broadway, opera, ballet, the circus, television and Hollywood. Other enticements of Ice Ca- pades include an escape into Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, with Swedish gold medalist. Ann - Margaret Frei, in the role of Alice. Mr. Jones. and Mrs. Robert 15927 Bayou daughter born March 9 at Jacinto. Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Lang. S907 Thompson, a son March 9 at Gulf Coast. Cerebral Palsy Funds HFor Center Assured Mortality Rate Low BEAUMONT (AP) — Beaumont's infant mortality rate for! 1965 was the third lowest in the' nation — 13.8 per 1,000 births. Only two cities — Springfield, Mo., and Newport News, Va. — | have lower rates, acording toi j a report by the U.S. Conference j of City Health Officers. BEAUMONT (AP)—The Cerebral Palsy Foundation of Beau- born j mont is assured of the funds to j construct its 5300,000 treatment j center here. The foundation's two-week drive was climaxed with a victory dinner at which awards ers. Bids for the construction of the facility will be advertised in the near future. pades is headed by two - ^ World's champion Aja Zanova.j Japanese champion Sashi Kuchi, free - style champion Tommy j Litz, adagio - dazzlers Romayne [ and Steele, famed brother-and- sister champions Otto and Maria Jelinek and scintillating Lynn Finnegan. The large assortment of come-1 dy is carried by the inimitable Hans Leiter, the irrrespressible Spanky the Chimp, peerless pan- tomimst Joe Jackson Jr. and the riotous team of Johnny LaBrecque and George Bussey. ST. PATRICK'S DAY BUFFET THIS SUNDAY Come to our Salad Buffet this Saturday Night. Choose the salad you like from a large selection of salads and dressings. SUNDAY BUFFET This is a complete meal served from I 1:50-1:30 Adults $2.00 Children 1 Oc per year of age Come out and enjoy a meal with Mrs. Scotftes— Try our delicious fried chicken, baked ham, seafood or barbecued beef, chicken and port. Orders to go, also. Mrs. SCOTTIES BARBECUE CLOSED MONDAYS 164! MARKET ST. RD. PH. 426-3362 Rev. Stephens To Speak On % God Really Dead' '"Is God Really Dead?" will be the subject of the message by the Rev. Paul Stephens, pas- I tor of Second Baptist Church, at the 7 p.m. service Sunday. He said he win also show thr "utter impossibility" of a person being a "Christian Atheist," the term a theological professor applied to himself on a recent CBS newscast. The 10:50 a.m. message will be on the subject, "The Resurrection of Lazarus — Why?" Itj will be broadcast at 12:15 p.m. on KTLW, Texas City, by delayed transcription. These will b e the last rnes-j sages the pastor will deliver to the Second Baptist congregation before leaving to lead a Bible Lands Tour group scheduled to (leave Houston next Tuesday. lot to do In BAYTOWN tf yon'rt n»wty wrfwd. b«Hni for tht newest xhcwi, OM Ust pl*c*» to wt • wek-wd roort, your chun* er synifopM, pUe«t to thop or pwbtp* c taM v aptrtmtnt n*4 fin 9*gtoma £tnt Phone 583-1380 Sunday Family Feast Choice of One Roasf Turkey W/Cornbread Dressing and Gibiat Gravy Fried Chicicen Barbecued Ham Fried Shrimp Choice of Two Candied Yams Fresh Grean Peas Speckled Buffer Beans Served with Pear Salad Adults 1.25 Children (Under 12) 1.00 FRONTIER BARBECUE 1007 North Main, Bayfewn Phono 583-9772 ower March Wind Has Beautiful Factory Fresh Oldsmobiles Including that Car of the Year...TORONADO Come in and choose one of these new arrivals for Spring... for your very own. BE HAPPY-GO OLDS! LINGO OL!?^^^!" 1 E " WKERETHEACTIONIS " ^^ ••&*> ^ _ _ ^ atf,» M b 31Q NORTH MAIN

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