The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 16, 1966 · Page 2
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W«dn«day. March 16, 1966 Schools Must Prove Negroes Are Transferred AUSTIN, Tex. <AP) — School districts with voluntary free choice plans rr.ust show evidence that Negro pupils are transfer ring to formerly ail - white schools. Texas educators were . Three U.S. Office of Education rfffctals noted that another guideline of tbei? agency's program calls for assignment o faculties on a desegregate* , These points prompted lengthy discussion and considerable questioning by about 200 Texas school administrators conferring with the federal officials The new federal rules for school district with "free choice" plans were outlined in a meeting conducted by John Hope H, director of U.S. Office of Education desegregation programs in Texas. Arkansas. Louisiana. New Mexico and Oklahoma; John Hogdon, a lawyer with the agency, and Robert Schneider. Hear DR. ROBT. GOODRICH MAR. 27-30 ST. MARX'S METHODIST CHURCH Decker DRIVE IN THEATRE — TONITE — BARGAIN N1TE ADULTS 25c "STALAG 17" "FANCY PANTS" THURSDAY • HOLD OVER • JIMiUTIQI PAMELA DFfHI Tomorrow's Trove/ Ads: Mars Trip, $10 A Pound WASHINGTON (AP) - If. Tickets will be figured at you r e a middleweight and have, aboot $10 per pouod of body- a yen for a spaceship tlight to weight. Dr. Eugene B Konecci Mars or Venus in 2001. your indicated . round-trip ticket may cost about $1.600. Fatties probably will pay . Konecci, of the National Aeronautics and Space Council, is -—» -»i~«.-, luuuoiuj v»iii pa\ nauucs aca isoace council is more, skinnies less, a space j chairman and" keynoter of a scientist predicted today. <symposium opening today on Baytown Police Arrest Driver Baytown Police arrested a rears in no passing zones and Baytown driver after a high '• on curves, ran one car into a speed chase through West Bay-;ditch and forced others off the ^own. Lakewood and Brownwood road on both sides which ended in a crash at Woo-] The man arrested was Mister Baptist Church parking lotjchael A Neidigh IS of 6427 bunday night. 'Bayway. Apartment 1.' When it ifteretvas some excitement" w-a s over Neidigh was charged explained one church member, with five traffic violations and 2f.J5!i' ^t 3 ^ the crash **** a ffled on ' m Justice of the Peace saw the flashing M. M. Brown's court for driv- a patrol car dur- Grady Allison's the "Space Age in the Fiscal Year 20GL" It is sponsored by the American Astroaautical Society and honors toe late Dr. Robert Hutchings Goddard, who launched the world's first liquid- fueled rocket 40 years ago Wednesday. By the year 2001, Konecci said in his prepared address, "an economical manned transportation system to the near planets <Mars and Venus) is likely to be either in service or in active development." I>aniel 3. Fink, deputy director of the Defense Depart-! ment's Division of Defense Research and Engineering, also took a look at the future. He said many future developments are unpredictable now — but then ventured some predictions, the development of: translation, employing electronic computers. "To call Sweden from Washington in the year 2001," said Fink, "you might pick up your all language videophone, speak the number — dialing, including push-buttons, would be obsolete — and, when the circuit is established, converse in your own language." The symposium ends Wednesday. careened into the parking lot. struck a parked car owned by Tom Allen, then fled afoot into a wooded area near the Church. He was caught by Patrolman E. Pence, who had Corporation ^October of last year. T() MARLENE MOORE STUDIES FRUIT FLIES Firsf Place Winner in biological science St. Joseph's Science Fair Winners Named from Market Street near Minnesota through Lakewood and Brownwood for some 30 minutes. Pence fired a warning shot in the air when the man jumped from his car and fled. Pence said the driver, who had turned out his car lights started fol- clocked • miles as he passed ! GREENSBORO. N.C. (AP) — ISome 2.000 Quakers from 40 countries are expected at the fourth Friends World Conference here Julv 24 to Aug. 3, J19S7. Three seventh grade students: Mariene Moore's project at St. Joseph's Junior High took i "Breeding Fruit Flies for Hethe top three places in the week-jredity Characteristics." took end Science Fair at the school, j first place in the biological sci- ilrst place in physical science went to Bill Comeaux for his Camera." He i and Mrs. Roy V project, "The the son of Mr. Comeaux of 2206 Louisiana. DOM PUMSSW •-r UNITED ymsis ^TECKMICOLOR*! IBRUNSON LAST DAT A fiOSS HUNTER PKvJLcr-sn LANA TURNER TECHNICOLOR 1 JQHNFORSYTHE-KBR DULLEA LAST TIME TODAY For La Porte . . . d. distinguished event! EXCLUSIVE LIMITED ENGAGEMENT '.JOKC.I S1IA1 VS VIOKV IVI:R Admission: Adults S1JZ5, Students Sl-00 Cbildren 5Oc BRUNSON STARTING PORT THURSDAY IT'S A DOG-GQp DAFFY DISASTER] WALT DISNEY DACHSHUND LEE BEAUCHAMP BUILDS A DAM First piece winner in earth science THE CAMERA | '.Dean JONES - Suzanne PLESHETTE CJa-teRUGGLES TECHNICOLOR' '^, : Disney Winnie and th* honey tr*r Technicolor* ence division. Marlene is the ence division went to Lee Beau-j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 51ar-jchamp, son of Mr. and Mrs. lin C. Moore of 2005 Kansas. Perry Beauchamp of 1706 Hartt' Top place in the earth sci- Drive, for his "Demonstration! of a Dam." j Some 100 projects were en-- tered in the fair which attracted! an estimated 400 visitors Saturday and Sunday. Judges were Arthur Kodges and Bill Rogers j from the science department at Robert E. Lee High School. Sister Mary Virginia, principal, said the three first place! winners will be eligible for the! Science Fair competition in Houston. Other winners in the biological science division were Alice, Antonini. ninth grade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Antonini i of 3310 Griffin, second place for "The Respiratory- Rate of Animals Compared to Plants"; Robin Luckins, ninth grade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Luckins of 214 Yaupon Drive. thind place for "Internal Organs of a Rat"; and Kathy 1 Wells, seventh grade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Wells of 900 Hlewood, honorable mention for "Marine Life in the Baytown Area." Physical science division winners in addition to Bill were Charles P-eilly, seventh grade, son of Mr. and Mrs. L, J. Reilly of 201 Westwood, second place for "Model Rocketry"; Larry Kovalcik, seventh grade, son of Mrs. Sttev e Kovalcik of 159 Cabaniss. third place for "Heat Experiments with Sand and Washers"; and Kathy BrinJcman, seventh grade, daughter of' Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brinkman of 903 Rosewood, honorable mention for "Transfiguration of the Colors of the Spectrum." Other %vinners in the earth science division were Thomas Gi- Toir, ninth grade, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Giroir of 1904 Carolina, second place for "Purification of Water"; Michael; Rice, eighth grade, son of Mr. j and Mrs. Gerald Rice of 104 j Lazy Lane, third place for "What is a Crystal"; and Janie Hornsby. seventh grade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Donnelly of 2306 Florida, honorable mention for "Water Purification." Eastern Star ; EASTERN STAR p as t Matrons. o __ o , iof Section 4 will meet with line!could v^^ii-iuiuL-aie wim o«e from 2 to 5 p.m. Sun-,another via satellite. And even _ at St. Paul's Methodist! before that, perfection of'a svs- Church en Sayway Drive. 'tern of automatic language to do construction work and other jobs several hundred miles in outer space. — Three - dimensional television. Great systems of communications satellites — sporting 150- foot antennas constructed in space — capable of beaming messages to selected points on the earth so that "Rhode Island might be coupled by direcl beam with Romania, and Vermont with Venice.'' — A "standard second lan- whereby all nations communicate with one 220 W. TEXAS OPEN MON. & THURS. TIL 9PJt «•• T •^ f ^^ priced so low! easy-core sleep-or-lounge weorl BILL COMEAUX WAKES A CAMERA First piece f.n physical science division —••••^^^"^•^••••••B OTIC DUE TO OUR EXPANSION AND REMODELING IT WILL BE NECESSARY FOR US TO BE CLOSED WED., Ufh & THURS., 17fh. WE WILL REOPEN FRIDAY. COME SEE THE CHANGES THAT WILL MAKE YOUR SHOPPING THE MOST CONVENIENT IN BAYTOWN. ^ THANK$ H Niagara Flow To Be Slowed NIAGARA FALLS, N 7 .Y. (AP) — Niagara State Park Com• mission plans to slow down the American side of the falls Sat- jurday to aid in remo%'al of debris from the river. At the same time, an Army Corps of Engineers team will in- jspect the cataract as part of an 1 engineering study of proposed remedial work to reduce erosion cf the American falls and remove rocks from its base. if "We've wanted to do it, and ithis probably is the best time to !do it," a corps spokesman said.. J An official of the park com-i j mission said the one-day reduc-! ition would be to about half the! 'normal, 35,000-ga!Ion-a-second! iflow. Saturday was picked, hej Ijsaid, because the needs of pow-j jer companies for hydro-electric ij energy would be lower. Judge is Re-Elected PITTSBURGH (AP) — Appellate Judge Louis D. McGregor of Flint, Mich., has been reelected president of the National Wildlife Federation. It is his third consecutive term. Easy-care sleep shifts, 'Dandy' pajama sets, novelty lounge and sleep shifts for one low price! S, M, L. SHIFT GOWNS in cotton batiste, Dacron® polyester/nylon/cotton blend. Lace, bows, ruffles, Prints, pastels, solids. 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