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   Brazosport Facts, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1995, Clute, Texas                                2A THE BRAZOSPOHT FACTS Match 1995 PAGE Two NATIONAL Weather The forecast for March MMttf sxprvw ntwijfs cr SIWY rr ciami Fire strikes theater where Oswald was arrested MOSTLY CLOUDY today with a 20 percuni chance of morning show South winds 10 to 15 mph and a high in the upper HIGHS AND LOWS High and low temperatures for the 24hour period ending at 5 Saturday were 57 and 18 RAINFALL Rainfall of inches was recorded at Dow Chemicals Plant B for the 24hour period ending at 5 TIDESHigh tides today at UV INDEX and Low tides a and Higt tides Monday at anc Low tide at SUN will set at Sunrise today was at MARINE Port Arthur to Port OConnor and out 50 miles south winds near 15 knots with widely scattered showers and thun Seas 5 Galveston Bay south to southeast winds near 15 in By Kevin OHanlon Associated Press DALLAS A fire on Saturday destroyed the stage and screen of the historic Texas Theatre where Lee Harvey Oswald was captured after the 1963 assassination of President John The roof over the stage collapsed but the walls of the twostory movie theater which doubles as a museum remained The flames did not reach the although about two feet of water pooled on the floor of the pit area in front of the The was not said Battalion Fire Chief Mike The fivealarm fire was believed to have started in a furnace shortly before 3 It was brought under control about General Manager Ron DuBois was asleep upstairs when the fire began but was not I ran out of here in my he Oswald was arrested inside the the ater in suburban Oak Cliff just hours after Kennedy was shot on Nightclub owner Jack Ruby shot and killed Oswald two days later in the Dallas police garage while Oswald was being transferred to the county Ruby was convicted of Oswalds murder and sentenced to He died of lung cancer on The Texas built in 1931 by the late billionaire Howard has been hamstrung by financial problems and went into foreclosure in June A familyowned Texas RosewmMidway bought the build ing from United Artists Theatres in July 1993 and saved it from being The Italian renaissancestyle located three miles from where Kennedy was gunned reopened 20 after being dark for three Minimal Low Moderate High Very High 10 Associated Press A storm system moved into the High Plains spreading heavy snow from Colorado into the Dakotas and producing 60 mph wind gusts in the Sierra Nevada near Lake The storm dumped almost 2 feet of snow overnight in parts of the Wasatch Mountains as the system moved through southern Idaho into Wyoming before shifting into the Utah reported 20 incti es of snow and area ski resorts throughout northern Utah got from 10 to 16 Lesser amounts of snow were scattered across parts of Montana and Snowfall was heavy in parts Associated Press fi Temperatures indicate previous days fiigh and overnight low to 8 t 1 H I I tf il HIGH 59 LOW 46 of the Colorado Rockies and was spreading into the Black As much as 8 inches was recorded near though most areas got no more than 6 But snow was increasing at the rate of 2 inch es per hour across northern South Dakota into the Aberdeen The storm produced 50 mph winds in some causing blizzard conditions in a few spots and bringing bitter It felt like 57 below zero this morning in Devils with the wind Southern California got up to 2 inches of rain from the storm over a 24hour and forecasters said more heavy rain was likely for the West Coast through the week n M 11 N i Albuquerque Amanllo Anchorage Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baton Rouge Birmingham Boise Boston Bridgeport Brownsville Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Colorado Spgs Corpus Christi DallasFl Worth Daytona Beach Denver Detroit E Paso Fairbanks Fargo Honolulu Houston HI 37 35 62 42 27 51 39 44 54 45 53 29 36 48 46 33 40 32 44 47 42 71 100 31 74 35 18 80 47 Lo 36 15 48 29 09 44 33 41 49 39 36 24 33 46 34 20 24 16 25 46 40 53 31 14 60 18 70 45 Prc Ollh cdy rn cdy cdy clr rn rn cdy 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Foreman NEW YORK AP He watched his big brother make it Now Jim Hanks hopes its his turn to make a Jim Hanks doubled for brother Tom Hanks in Forrest Gump when the endearing bumpkin made his jog across Tom had other but they couldnt do the he says of Gumps geeky Thats a stupid Hanks has starred in pulp films like the 1993 Bufords Beach In he starts his first major Tuba City in which he plays a prison He admits the doubletake resemblance cant hurt his I know why Im getting pub Jim Hanks PRESENTS CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING Saturday March llth 730 D m BRAZOSWOOD HIGH SCHOOL CLUTE TX MAIN EVENTS ROYAL RUMBLE World Heavyweight Championship GENTLEMAN Vs ICEMAN CHRIS ADAMS KING PARSONS Challenge Match THE GLADIATOR vs BUBBA MONROE Rick LaRebeus CAJ Action Jackson Dapper Danny Davis T HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MORE 2 DAY VIDEOMARCOS PIZZA WALMART SUPERCENTERSONIC OFF ANY DOOR PRICE WITH COUPON TICKET PRICES Ringside Ad Door Door Kids under 12 Door PEOPLE IN THE NEWS Dole gives Gingrich advice NEW YORK Bob Dole to Newt Gingrich Thoughts dont always make good even if you have five file cabinets worth to choose There are drawbacks to Gingrichs vision Dole says of his fellow Republican in an interview published today in The New York Times You can go out there and Ive got nine Well maybe one of them is says the Senate majority leader and presi dential Dole adds wryly You hear Gingrichs staff has these five file four big ones and this lit tle tiny I is Newts Newts Newts The little one is Newts Good Dole Williams stays in middle on strike NEW YORK The players The owners Ted Williams isnt taking either side in baseballs Im so sad about Hall of Famer Williams says in the March 13 issue of People magazine hurt is recovering in Florida from his third He played for the Boston Red Sox from 1939 to 1960 and was the last player to bat Williams said his rehabilitation sessions are aimed at getting him back in shape for his postbaseball love My biggest goal right now to take a trip where I can enjoy the countryside and get to where I can fish regularly he Williams Associated Press DEATHS AND FUNERALS John Aguilar John of died Saturday March 1995 at Clear Lake Funeral services will be held at 2 Monday March 1995 at Lakewood Funeral Chapel with Father Reginald Petrash officiat Interment will follow at R e s t w o o d Memorial Park Visitation will be held from 9 until 9 today and 9 until service time Monday at Lakewood Funeral A rosary service will be held at tonight at Lakewood Funeral He was born in Freeport and was a lifetime resident of the Brazosport He served four years in the Air He was a member of Marys Catholic Church and retired after 25 years with Dow Chemical He is survived by his Rosalinda Aguilar of Richwood David and Luisa Aguilar of and Natalie Aguilar of Richwood Jonathan and Joshua Aguilar of Victoria Nellie and hus Rodriguez of Freeport Ben and Ina Aguilar of Those serving as pallbearers will include Terry Aniceto Hernandez Raymond Alonzo Roel Martinez and Rudy Evelyn Marie Cannell Funeral services for Evelyn Marie of will be held at today March 1995 at the First United Methodist Church Chapel with the Chris Tate Graveside services will be held at 4 in Greenlawn Cemetery in formerly of Beasley and a member of the First United Methodist Church of passed away Friday March 1995 at Country Village Care Visitation will be held from 8 to noon today at Palms Funeral Home in She was born in the Cottonwood community of Texas to and William Evelyn was preceded in death by her Winston and is survived by dear Lewis and Janis Gardner of her church family and many loving In lieu of the usual please make donations to United Methodist First United Methodist Church at 219 Angleton Arrangements are by Palms Funeral Home in Serving Brazorin County Since 1893 INTEGRITY ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS Specialists in Business Personal Insurance Needs Aetna American International American States Highlands Republic Paul Travelers Progressive many others 2978604 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