Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 10, 1962 · Page 13
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Pnge 13 '• 4>nrdon < liv Wednesday, October !0, 1962 British Colonial Rule Erds in African Territory KAMPALA, Uganda (AP)—The red, yellow and black flag of inde-: pendent Uganda was raised before dawn Tuesday as tom-toms beat a steady rhythm and bonfires glowed in the hills. More than 40,000 watched Uie ne\v flag replace the Union Jack in a ceremony ending more than j GO years of British colon!; rule of i the East African territory. Women in the crowds massed in and ; around Kololo Stadium showed their approval with shrill cries. '-While bands played predominantly military music, Negro and white musicians also had the gay independence crowd swinging to ".When the Saints Go Marching In" and "SWanee," as Uganda became Africa's 33rd independent nation In the midnight ceremony. The Duke and Duchess of Kent, representing Queen Elizabeth II, were presented with a harp, the traditional Bttgntida musical in- strumnt, a walking stick and animal skins. The stadium was hushed as the battalion of the, Uganda unit of the Queen's African Rifles, which has served Britain in two wars, turned its colors over to the Uganda Rifles, the new nation's army. British officers who trained the smart fighting unit will remain with the jrmy for the present. Prime Minister Milton Obote, who heads the new federal government, was given a salute by the new Uganda army unit. He faces the delicate task of holding the five states and 11 administrative districts together. The British .made a special effort to prepare'.the life .ndans for their new status. There are 500 to 600 college 'graduates in the country, although 70 per cent of the population of 6.5 million is illiterate. Elevators Keep 1,200 Workers Out of Offices RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Some 1,200 federal employes piled out of a new office building here in 5 minutes, 45 seconds Tuesday in the first fire drill since the 12- story building was opened last March. Twenty minutes after the drill ended, they were still trying to get back to work. The six eleva-, tors were shut down during the drill. i U.S.D.A. Good CHUCK ROAST u. 43 c U.S.D.A. Good CLUB STEAK u, 85e Winchester ROLL SAUSAGE u, 39c Fresh GROUND BEEF 2u,69c Longhorn CHEESE Lb. Only 49 Dutch Loaf CHEESE SPREAD 2 It 49c Shurfresh Crackers Lb. Box Only 19 Ellis CHILI Campbell's TOMATO SOUP 6 Cans 59C Shurfresh or Pilllbury BISCUITS Welch Fruit el the Vine GRAPE PRESERVES Z 49e Shurflne FLOUR 25 £, '1.75 Can Only 7c Shurfine Garden Fresh TOMATO JUICE 4< £25c Miniature Mars CANDY BARS Hereford Heaven Breaded BEEF STEAK P t; Lydla Grey FACIAL TISSUE Carolina Gold PEACHES (in heavy syrup) 3 N c° Mzs} 69c rl Lb 89c 400 |A r Sfee I'C Polgen COFFEE 3 Lb. $1 QQ Canister I.O7 Lb. Pkg.. 59c Guys POTATO CHIPS 49c Lb. Pkg. Carrots Tube TOMATQES Tube | |Only 19C Cello Bag 9 U. S. No. 1 Red McClure POTATOES 25c Yellow ONIONS 3 Only 19C Michigan Delicious APPLES 2 Only 29C SPENCERS FOOD STORE COCNER 1OTH, & JONES PEANUTS -LL I 5EE ,VW MOTHER HAS iiNCLUOED A NOTE IN ,W LUNCH *.-/-%, VA6AI.N., " DEAR SON THI5 16 TO U)I5H VOU WELL IN VOUR STUDIES TOCW/... YOl/R FATHER AND I LOVE VGU VERV MUCH..." ' WE ARE OJORKINS AND SACRIFICES 50 THAT </OU MIGHT HAVE THIS EDUCATION..STUDY HAf?D..,MAK£ US PROUD.,. LOVINGLY, MOM" STEVE CANYON, , VOUR BROTHEE AND YOUR FATHER WSRE FAWNINS OVER THE BU5NPE NORTH AMERICANS.., AUNT PILAR, ARE INTER- ESTEP IN A CHANGE .OF GOVERNMENT* WAS QUIBTLV OTHCR ALLIANCES.' NOW WHEN VOUR FATHER'S PARTY MAKES ITS BIP FOR POW6R. 1VB SHALL SUPPCRT HIM —FOR A PRICE / yoi) ARE SITTER BECAUSE My FATHER PIP NffT MABRV YOU AFTER MY MOTHER'S PEATHJ WHAT PARTY COULP BE STRON6ER THAN • HIS? THE NEW ASEMfclAN REFORM OROUP-FWM THE 545 EAST... TOM'S WELL SERVICE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17-1962-1:30 P.M. LOCATION: Sale will be conducted at the service yard located 1} miles west of Five Points on Highway 50 west, Garden City, Kansas. INSPECTION: Equipment may bt inspected at any time after 9:00 a.m. Octorber 13, up to and including sale day. Wilson Super, Double Drum service unit, mounted on R-190 Tandem International truck, powered by 471 GMC Diesel In truck 671 GMC Diesel on draw-works. 8x7 65' twin pole mast. Complete ready for work. R. L. Cardwell 3 drum spudder with 8x7 65' twin pole mast mounted on tandem axle lowboy powered by GK145 Waukesha. Good condition. R. L. Cardwell skid mounted spudder dismantled and sold in separate units. Third assembly complete for R.L. Cardwell. R. L. Cardwell single drum draw works. R-200 Truck International with 64 ton winch, oil field bed, gin poles and 5th wheel. 1959 International 120 pickup. 1959 International C-100 pickup with unlco bed. 1960 El Cameno pickup Chev. with air conditioner. 1948 K5 International with 2 speed rear axle. 7'xlO' steel dog house skid mounted 1000 aal butane tank skid mounted. 1950 Chevrolet, 24 Passenger bus, good condition. 2—GK145 Waukesha engines, 1 dismantled. Good for irrigation. Both in good condition. Portable gas driven Lincoln 200 amp arc welder on trailer, excellent. Acetylene welding unit. 2—1500 Kohler light plants. 8x7 65* twin pole mast.' 9x7 65' twin pole mast. 671 GMC Diesel engine, good. 450 International engine, fair. 5 Transmissions. American brakeout cathead. Several—10 hole luddwheels 20" and 22". Riveting Shleve assembly. CaLletool bits, stems, laws and tools. Several spools of wirelines various sixes. 72 Tulsa winch with headache rack. Red and tubing tools of all kinds. Air compressor. Startlnq motor or GK 145 Waukesha. Several pipe dies 1" to 4". TERMS TERMS are e«sh day of sale, certified check, cashier's check. Personal or company check with Identification and letter of credit. Once auctioneer has said told all sales become final no exceptions. All information and descriptions contained herein are believed correct, but no responsibility Is assumed by us for same. No claims allowed after removal of goods. Not responsible for accidents on sale premises. For further Information on this sale or the one YOU ar* planning, contact any of the sales force at tkls sale or at your convenience, write, wrie or phone. McVICKER a J "SCOTT AUCTIONEERS REALTORS 107 E. Fulton Garden City, Kansas Phone BR 6-6462 CISCO KID, MICKEY MOUSE THIS 19 FUNlX HAVEN'T PLAVEP L\ PAPPLE- BAUL SINCE XWASA KIP! ',,/,""' „»•••"/•..•»•, :','^'>'':</'<.,:>.''-:^BLONDIE JUST PUTTING ON A LITTLE MAKE-UP J DADDY r* / VOL> HAVE A BEAUTIFUL, ] 'NATURAL COMPLEXION)-- x ~ ., YOU DON'T NEED SSMfcai . THAT GOOK ON YOUR IO-IO AND BESIDES,THE BOYS VNILL LIKE YOU JUST AS MUCH WITHOUT IT BUT EVES) A CAKE NEEDS A LJTTLE FROSTING TQ ATTRACT ATTENTION! BEETLE BAILEY THE MOOCHED BELT?/ ) VTOOK IT/ X PIDN'T i WANT TO POP! THE BOTTOM OFF PANTS SNUFFY SMITH WHAR'S VORE UNK SNUFFV GOIN'ONTHAT THflR MULE? HESAIDSOMETHIN' ABOUT RIDIN' ACROST CRAGGV MOUNTAIN POGO / VE DASSENT " FERGITVORE SAFEW BELT 10 10 •• .•*— THE RYATTS WOULPN'f SHUCK VOU, ' HOW WOU1.P 1 vou-TRy 1? VOW SQUARES ANP you COUUP UNMASH AMMUNITION ON ME J COUUP 66f Wlf H R65CUIN' VOUR H00L£ MISSY/ FORGOOPNESS SAKBS, WHAT ARE YOU I FU2SINS WHY. MISSY) THERE ISNT ANY FOOP ON THE TABLE YET.x- ,^ THEREk L HIMSELF THE 8IGGEST •FOON/ /Ova

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