Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 1, 1971 · Page 7
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 7

Garden City, Kansas
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Tuesday, June 1, 1971
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OR ECOLOGY IN THE BACKYARD A List for Abecedarians By VIVIAN BROWN AP Newsfeatures Writer w Here's an A to Z refresher course for abecedarians who might like to use the alphabet of ecology, in their backyards: Animals: Protect helpless animals from packs of dogs and ferocious animals that might prey on them. Alert 'the dog warden. Help pass roving ani- mial laws. Birds: Build houses for your feathered friends. Keep trees for them.; Plant more. Chickens: Easy to raise if you have a place for a coop. Or-^how about a cow to deliver the morning milk? Decks: Build one and com- keep the ground aerated. Japanese Garden: If you On TV Tonight TtfESDA* NIGHT 6:00—Nows, 6, 11 To Tell the Truth, 13 6:30—Beverly HUlblllles. 6 Julia, 11 Mod Squad, 13 \ 7:00—Green Acres, • Don Knotts, 11 7:30—Hee Haw, 6 Movie, 13 ; 8:00—First Tuesday, 11 8:30-A11 in the Family, 6 9:00—CBS Reports, 6 rMarcus Welby, 13 10:00—News, Wthr.. Spts.. t, 11 Scene Tonight, 13 10:29—Local News, 13 10:30—Dick Cavett Show. 13 Tonight Show, 11 Merv Griffin. 6 WEDNESDAY NIGHT «:00—Hugoton New*. 13 News. 11, e 6:30—Men From Shlloh. 11 Courtship of Eddie's Father, Men at Uaw, 6 7:00—Room 222, 13 7:30—The Smith Family. 13 To Rome With Love, 6 8:00—University Medical Canter. 6 Slug America Beautiful. 11 Movie, 13 8:00—King Family. 11 Hawaii Five-0, 6 10:00—News, Wthr.. SptB.. 6, 11 The Scene Tonight, 13 10:29—News,. 13 ' 10:30—Tonight Show/ 11 Merv Griffin. « Dick* Cavett. 13 12:00—News., 11. • Final Report, 13 •••.. THCKSDAY NIGHT , 6:00—Herald of Truth. 13 News. 6, 11 6:30—Alias Smith and Sonet. 13 Family Affair, 6 Flip Wilson, 11 • 7:00-iJlm Nabors Hour, 67:30—Bewitched. 13 Ironside. 11 . • 8:00—Movie, 6 Movie, 6 Make Room for Granddy, 13 «:30-"-Adam-12, 11 ' Dan August, 13 9:00—Dean Martin, 11 9:30—Branded, 13 10:00—News, Wthr.. SpUr., 11 News, Wthr., SptB.. 5 .„ «« T he Scene Tonight, 13 10:29-Local News, 13 10:30—Dick Cavett, 13 Merv Griffin, 6 Tonight Show, 11 12:00-News. 11. 13 FKri>AV NIGHT 6:00-Tp Tell The Truth, 13 News, Wtnr. Spte. 11. • 8:30-Brady Bunch, 13 HlRh Chaparrel, 11 _ The Interns, 6 7:g»-Nanny and the Prof., 13 7:30—Wagon Train,-11 Andy Griffith, 6 „ „ The Partridge Family. 13 8:00—Jacques Cousteau, 13 Movie, 6 8:30—Odd Couple, 18 9:00—Big Valley, 11 ._ _ Love, American Style, 13 10:00-News. Wthr., Spts.. 11. « Scene Tonight. 13 10:30-Tonlght Show. 11 ; Dick CaVett... 18 Movie, 6 12:00—Nightmare. 11 Final Report. 18 1:80—News. 11, can't .grow grass, pretty effects can be achieved with rocks, tiles, small ^waiter holes, sand, ornamental lanterns. Kennel: If your dog lias a run, pen or covered kennel, he can exercise outdoors without becoming a nuisance or a tramp. Lighting: Light your backyard and you'll have more af- ter-diark use. Melons: Easier to grow than you think even in cold climate. Try your hand at oanteloupe or watermelon vines. Nest: Some birds meed help. Leave little pools, of water on tihe groumd for robins, wood thrushes, grackles who make mud nests. Chicadees and warblers like cotton and other fibers. Grass clippings might be made available for jays and sparrows. Thrushes like dry mune with nature—one of the best investmenlis you can make. Eggs: You could have fertile eggs if you'd buy that hen and rooster. Fish: Stock a pond or stream with fish. Grass: Feed it. Weed it. Enjoy nature's own darpet. Hedges: Choose a divider Agreement NEW YORK (AP) — The United Steelworkers union and four major aluminum companies have reached agreement on new three-year contacts giving some 32,400 workers an average pay boost of about 30 per cent over the period. A spokesman for a fifth, pro? ducen, Olin Aluminum Co. in Hannibal, Ohio, said 900 USW. members Struck the company's plaint at 4 p.m. Monday after talks' broke down over local issues! A union spokesman -said 1,500 USW members were on strike. Aluminum Oo. of America, Che nation's No. 1 producer; said it would raise prices on nearly all fabricated products by 6 per cent startling in September. Alcoa said it would not increase the price of primary ingot. | The (settlements announce:! here Monday were similar to the basic wage increases the steelworkers won from the major can companies in March after « 28-day strike. President Nixon criticized that agreement as inflationary. A White House spokesman declined Monday to comment "at this time" on the settlements with Alcoa, Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corp., Reynolds Metals Oo. and Ormet Aluminum. Topeka Boy, Hit with A Baseball Bat Dies TOPEKA (AP) — A Topeka youth who was hit wilKh a basle- bal bait last Thunsdaiy, Michael Cunnin&baim, 18, died Monday ait Stormonit-Val Hospital. Oum- ndnigtoa/m, the son of Lloyd Cunningham, was scheduled to graduate Monday from Topeka West High School. • i THEY'RE MOVING MEN, NOT MIRACLE MEN Expert car* and handling of your household possessions is everything you can reasonably expect from the moving man. He can't put that old, familiar neighborhood in a crate... move the corner drug store to your hew home town... bring along Johnny's old school or Mary's favorite hairdresser. Neither can your Welcome) Wagon Hostess work miracles. But she can and will provide directions to the community facilities you need, and bring with her a galaxy of gifts from its leading merchants. She awaits your call at 274.7551 from nature . . . inexpensive privet ... handsome yews . . . elegant boxwood. Insects: Hold that spray. There .are good insects. Searcher betttes can devour such nuisances as the canker worm. The praying mantis is another •help to man. Ants, like worms, leaves. Put shedding dog or cat hair where birds can get it. Organic Gardening: A compost heap can use your wet garbage and provide you with unsprayed vegetables. Planting: Plant a crop of vegetables to freeze or can for whiter. For example, prepare a basket of fresh-picked green beans, toss them into boiling water for a few minutes, Cool, and package in individual plastic bags. Quince: A conversational tree that provides jelly. Rubtoish: In no-burn communities rubbish can. be gathered in several ways. Wet garbage for compost. Bulky tilings such as old furniture might be set .aside for special pickpups. Bottles and aluminum may be 1 sorted for recycling plants. Sprays: Use only when neces- isafry those recommended by conservatkxnMs or your corn- Page 7 Garden City Telegram Tuesday, June 1, 1971 munity. Sevin is considered' fairly safe and is toeing used to discourage gypsy moths, but don't spray on bird nests. Trees: Plant as many as you can. Trees help purify the air. Plant some for shade, camouflage amid windbreakers. Utilization: Grow what you can use. Help protect nature's wild flowers and bushes against rapers of the soil. Vineyard: Grapes can keep you in preserves all winter. Train grapes to grow over lattice. Hanging through overhead tpelislng, bunches of grapes provide a beautiful effect. Water: Protect streams and porads in your area. Grow watercress at tine side of a stream. X-fence: Rustic do^it-yourself fence made of wood that is cut into x's and framed may be covered wiltih wire .to keep 'things in or out. Yard: It can provide you with your own "R and R" plan. Invest a little money to provide privacy, recreation and rest. HAL BOYLE SAYS Women Take More Pride Than Men KfcW YORK (AP) - Jumping to conclusions: Women -take more pride in themselves than men do. You pain talk the.average man into feeling he'is pretty run of, the moll or even downright worthless, but every woman believes herself exceptional in some way, whether by beauty, talent, character, charm—or a combination of all four. She never gives up on herself. Three- minute eggs usually turn out better if the cook gives them an extra minute just for luck. . A woman wilj go for years without being able to read her wrisibwaitch before she'll buy bifocals. June is the month in which the office cheapskate always takes his vacation—so he won't have to chip in for goodbye presents for the girls who ,are leaving their jobs to get married. One of the wry tihings about age is that you slill can't do some O'f the things you couldn't do when young—but for different reasons. Take chocolate eclairs, for example. You never could get your fill of them when you were a kid because they were too rich for your pocketbook, ITEMS SELECTED FOR GREATER SAVINGS! GET YOUR SHARE OF VALUES! PANTY HOSE Pontf Skin Panry Hose Regular $2.50 Men's Knit Short Sleeve Famous Brand Values To $8.00 SLIGHT IRREGULAR CHIX STRETCH DIAPERS ONE GROUP LADIES BIKINI SWIM SUITS NO IRON—SOIL RELEASE QUAKER LACE TABLE CLOTHS FULL SIZE PERMANENT PRESS DOZ. 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PAIR $ 9.99 Sportswear Specials Shirts, skirts, pant skirts, pants, knit tops, cut-off pants and shorts. All nationally known names. Just' received. Regular $8.00 to $40.00. REDUCED V: 3 FABULOUS FABRIC FINDS Polyester DOUBLE KNITS 100% polyester. N«w colors in the moit wanted er»p« ititeh. 60" wide, excellent weight. An outstanding value. Regular $6.00 and $7.00 values. —YARD $ 4.99 Polyester DOUBLE KNITS 100% polyester. Pique stitch, pent! de roma stitch and other fancy sHtch »s. New colors, excellent weight. 60" wide, machine washable. Regular $6.00 end $7.00. —YARD $ 4.44 Polyester DOUBLE KNITS $ 100% polyester. Short lengths of better goods. Solids and fancies. Machine washable. Regular $6.00 to $8.00 values. —YARD Striped 2.99 WARP KNITS Washable 100% acetate in bright colorful stripes for dresses and sports- war. Hand washable. Regular $3.00 values. —YARD 1.66 TIE PRINTS Bonded Acrylic Clearance Just In time for Father'* Day. Beautiful prints. Give Dad the finest gift of all ... a very personal tie you made yourself. We will show you how. We have the finingi, interfirtinjjs and patterns. It's easy! Iff fun. YARD 99 Final cleanup of plaids, stripes and solids. Regular $4.00 to $4.50. SPORT DENIMS M.OO S0% polyester, 50% cotton, permanent prest, never iron. Stripes, plaids 'and matchng solids. 45" wide. Regular (2.00. $' BANKAMERICARD. fABRIC CtHTCR 207 N. Main

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