Thursday. March 17, 1966 BRICK BRADFORD •y P«4 Nonis A6OUT THE OP TOOS-EE TOO£S? EXAMINED TO ^EE THAT IT T CASai££> A*4Y- n-iiNS KAK/APUi- S MTO -< _ _ OF ^ 0IRIA! ! PUT Trl£ TO? !N TO TlV>E-i-APS£ AT ONCc > Tr*AT PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill \ "" SOME SJGN ,/"__ i-'TTHRSUS LEFT A ON THE CAMPUS ' T^T ^v^ OH-HO/ DO>DU \f YE KNOW WHO X \\ DO YOU KNOW AM, MISTER?] jl WHO I.AAV? RIP KIRB* By Alex Raymond Trie LADY ALREAPY KNOWS YOU'RE MASHER I'll FORSIV'c YOU FOR BE1NS LE55 TO AN TRUTHFUL ABOUT YOUR 'WORK' IF YOU'LL FORGIVE ME FOR Ri«N!N<= AWAY FROM L'.FE_. I HAP A LOT OF TIME TO THINK IN THE HOSPITAL. I WANTED? .WORE THAN ANY- THSM6-TO 3E, LITTLE HENRY By Carl Anderson / WATCM OL' CAP" DAW SHOW YOU SXPERISMCED MAN WANTEO HI AND LOIS By Mart Walker and Dik Browne ? I'M ABOUT READY TO GIVE UP-' I'VE CRIB? HALF AN HOUR AND MOM WASN'T COME AMP 6OT ME/ MAYBE I'VE EVEN CRIEP FOR HOUR/... BOY/IS SHE PERSISTENT/ SETTLE BAILEY By Mort Woflter YOU AND X. MAVE JUST GOT TO GET ALONG BETTER.. NOW/F THERE'S ANYTHING AT ALL ABOUT ME THAT ANiN'OYS YOU, SAV THE WOKD AND X'LL DO r\ T & ABOUT IT V\, V ,- GEE, YOU DONT HAVE TO GO TO ALL THAT TROUBLE, BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH By Fred Lasswell LOWEEZY" WAIT TILLVE HEAR TH'aUICY SOSSIP-- TElL IT QUICK, EIAJINEY--I'M RI6HT Itvj TH'MIDDLE O'FIXIN'SUPPER I'M HAVIN'PAW'S FAVORITE FRIED CHiCKEN, SMASHED TATERS WITH THICKENIN GRAVY, BLACK-EVED PEAS,AN'CHAWKLET ICE CREAM 3-17 I'LL COME BACK AN 1 TELL VE AT SUPPERTSME SEVENT FERST GECAEB members of the AH-City Junior Higb Band are, front row from left. Terry Smith, bassoon, Baytown; Cassie Harmon, tenor saxophone. Highlands; and Kathy Battarbee, alto clarinet. Cedar Bayou; back row. Kebecca Mears, flute, Highlands; Susan Oliphant, clarinet, .Baytown; Deborah Swotford, alto saxophone, Baytown; and Brenda KeDy, oboe. Highlands. The 83-member select band will perform for the public at 8 pjrn, Saturday at the Robert E- Lee High School auditorium. (Baytown Sun Photo by Clay Xolen) Royal Pair Is Silent During Visit By BOB TBQJWAS AT Movfe-Tele?tale« Witter HOTXXWOOD <AP) — Last November Princess Margaret of Kngfond was guest at a. fancy movie-studio luncheon. Thia week tt was Prince Philip. Neither of them said a word. Not to the gathered Itmcbers, anyway. The princess's excuse was a bad case of laryngitis. No explanation was made tor the prince. Prince Philip wasn't at a loss for words, however. He carried on a sprightly conversation with Rosalind Russell at bis left and Glynls Johns at his right. Also at the head table were Connie Stevens, 3fia Farrow. Barbara Parkins. Dorothy Malone. Natalie Wood. Anne Francis and Stephanie Powers. Thafs right: females alL Asked for an explanation, a 20th Century-Fox aide replied: "Well, he's a male, isn't he?" That's about as much logic as the luncheon contained. It was held on the Western-street set of the studio, and the trappings were frontier-style. The lunch was a curious mixture of Caesar salad, prime ribs of beef, barbecued spare ribs, mixed vegetables and hot apple pie with cheese, served with a California wine, Pinot Noir, 1965. The entertainment was an odd mixture, too. First came a group of bagpipers and Scottish- type dancers from La Habra High School, Calif. The reasoning apparently being that chat was just the thing for the Duke of Edinburgh. The Long Beach Mounted Patrol, cowboy types on palominos, attempted a ride down the Western street but were headed off at the crossroads; it seemed to be too risky in the star-studded crowd, which included Donna Reed, Groucho Marx, Edward G- Robinson, Robert CXanmings, Tony Franciosa, James Garner, Chariton Heston and JCeenan Wyna. The prince was presented with a Winchester rifle by Van Heflin, who made the presentation on behalf of "Stage Coach," a new 20th Century-Fox movie. This was followed by square dancers and a. demonstration by Thell Reed, who bills himself as "The Fastest Gun is the World.'' The prince held his hands over his ears. Th e U.S. Marine Corps Band played a medley from "The Sound of Music," another film by 20th Century-Fox, which has the fastest plug in the West. AMONG THE FIRST chair positions for the AH-CSty Junior High Band Concert Saturday night are, tront row from left, Robert Burrell, bass, Carver; Mark Brown, percussion, Baytown; Bill Burns, baritone, Baytown; and Kirk Barefield, baritone saxophone, Horace Mann. Pictured in the front row are, from left. Arthur Martinez, trombone, Baytown; Sharon Arsement, bass clarinet. Highlands; Suzelle Partin, E flat clarinet, Cedar Bayou; and >Eke Stubbs, cornet, Cedar Bayou. (Baytown Sun Photo by Clay Nolen) CY School Board Hires Special Service Head J. T. Tennison, principal of need financial asistance and'special teachers. Channelview High School, will >ecome director of special serv- ces and special personnel on June 15 in the Channel-view District. earn money by working on the campus. Titles One and Two in the federal program has been approved include areas in curri- His new position was approved i culm, guidance, special educa- Tuesday night at a Channelview ichool Board meeting in the nigh school conference room. Tennison will be in charge of summer school, Operation Jead Start, Neighborhood Youth Corps and will coordinate all the federally financed programs in the district. Operation Head Start will be icld this summer in Channelview for children who will enter the first grade in the fall. The Neighborhood Youth Corps is conducted for students who don, school health 'services and John JM. Anderson was named head football coach during the board meeting Tuesday night. Anderson has been assitant coach since 1963. New contracts were given classroom teachers and other WHERE IMPROVED KIDHEYACTION IS INDICATED doctors who are familiar ?rith Mountain Valley "Water recommend it as an aid in patient care. Many of these doctors drink it regularly themselves. Six to eight glasses each 24 hours are recommended as an aid and supplementary measure in the relief of symptoms associated •with kidney and bladder conditions. PHONE 582-2920 514 W. MAIN school personnel, including secretaries, business employes, custodians, cafeteria worker and bus drivers. The board approved the purchase of a station wagon for the district from Thad Felton of Baytown. ft/lountain Valley . Water • From Hot Sprinjm, Arfcanua NeH L Amisfrong Is Highest Paid Astronaut SPACE CENTER, Houston, Tex. (AP)—Gemini S command pilot Neil A. Armstrong, the first of the nation's civilian astronauts named to a space mis- ! ston, is the highest paid Ameri- i can spaceman on flight status. ; As a government employe, ; Armstrong, 35. nra-.vs a salary; of $21,653 annually. The previous top salaried as-: tronaut to draw a flight assign- j ment was Navy Capt. Walter! M. Schirra, command pilot on Gemini 6. His military pay, including allowances, amounts to $17,866 a year. Air Force Maj. David R. Scott, Armstrong's partner aboard Gemini 8, makes S12.9S1. Look For Free Movie Tickets On Classified Porter Warren Sr. Owner Garland Hariln Owner Bub Lockhart Mechanic C. D. "Curtey" Whiteoker Mechanic RREN'S AUTO CENTER Across from K-mart 516 1 / 2 PARK ST. PH. 583-5344 WE INVITE ALL OF OUR CUSTOMER'S, NEW AND OLD TO VISIT OUR SHOP. LET US DIAGNOSE YOUR TROUBLES AND REPAIR YOUR CAR. COME MEET OUR COURTEOUS MECHANICS. OUR WORK IS FULLY GUARANTEED. WE WORK WITH THE BEST OF EQUIPMENT. GET YOUR SPRING TUNE UP NOW! 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