Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 11, 1962 · Page 9
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 9

Garden City, Kansas
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Thursday, October 11, 1962
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)_Klni FatorM Syndjeat*. Inc.. 1968.'Wor Independence Hires New City Planner INDEPENDENCE, Mo. Don R. Preston of Salina, Kan., was appointed by City Manager Ken Kyle as the first planning director of Independence, effective Nov. 19, Preston, a native of Lawrence, Kan., now is the city planner in Salina. - , 6O PONT VOU PARg HURT ANY OP TH£M Young Hobby Club /f's £osy fo Acorn Millinery Shop By CAPPY DICK Using acorr.s, a few pins, a few strands of brown yarn and some glue, you can open an acorn milinery shop. The little hat models will look like those in Figure 2. Once you have assembled the matt-rials, it takes only, a few minutes to construct a model as th» girl is doing in Figure 1. How to Build Models One acorn cap becomes the hat. Another makes the stand on which the model is perclied. One acorn nut is the model's head. Select an acorn cap that will make a good looking hat. If the cap has a small stem on it, or a stem with a tiny acorn attached, it will make an especially attractive hat; the stem may look like a bird perched on the crown and the stunted acorn may look like a pompon. Next, select an acorn for the model's head. If a cap is Attached, carefully remove it. .The point of the acorn is to be the model's nose. Roll some strands of yarn around your finger and cut across the roll to make hair. Glue the "hair" to the acorn head, arranging them so they hang down the back. Stick a straight pin down through the front of the hat, through the head and into the stem of the acorn cap that is to be the base of the model. With ink, draw a nose, a m.otith and eyes on the model. After you have made several models, place them in a display window made of cardboard and transparent plastic. Page 9 Garden Cify Telegram Thursday, October 11, 1962 Quake Shake* Iran TEHRAN, Iran (AP)-A severe earthquake rocked the town of Fasa, 500 miles south of Tehran today causing a panic. No damage or casualties were reported. CROSSWORD - - - By Eugene Sbeffer 11 Id at 3s- 39" 48 Si 55- a? ,49 58 21 19 33. 4-0 53 Sfc It 37 27. 41 ffo 44 73 tit 33 17 3o 38 51 54- 57 14 34 45 |O a-v 2-5 47 HORIZONTAL 1. singer of songs 5. protrudes 9. insane 12. ort the sheltered aide 13. Mormon state 14. before 15. soil 16. divide 18. leave 20. aquatic bifd 21. fasten 23, measure of capacity 26. pertaining to a syndic 30. Italian coin 31. meadow 32. devil 34, swab 35. paddles 37. harshest 39. mistake 41. withered 42. winglike • 44. game 48. educated 51. large book 52. high playing card 53. Charles Lamb 54. n'eglect 55. marry 56. lease 57. price VEIWIOAL l.bare 2. genus of lily family 3. harvest 4. to summon 5. judges 6. Shoghonean Indian 7. faucets Answer to yesterday's puzzle. Avcrire time of tolatlon: It mlantet. (© 1933, King Features Synd., Inc.) CBYPTOQUIFS lo-ll 8. outer garment 9. at the same time 10. skill 11. Scotch river 17. wading bird 19. foray 22. cripples 24. god of love 25. enraptured 26. wild plum 27. period of time 28. related 29. settee 33. Roman emperor 36. single 38. clergyman 40. scarcer 43. morbid sound 45. unconscious state 46. issue forth 47. network 48. profession 49. frozen water 50. metal JZWKP ZBD25 AXJZPQMXF APBF- BUDK XMP XMAZPQ BU KJWUP. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: ANTHROPOLOGISTS AGREE THAT PEOPLE ABB INTERESTING. THE * FIDELITY UTATE BANK CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF The Fidelity State Bank of Garden City, Kansas AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, SEPTEMBER 28, I962 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Bank Premises Furniture and Fixtures Kansas Municipal Bonds Securities U. S. Agencies U. S. Bonds and Securities $3747,915.63 C.C.C. CTFS 1,620,557.18 Cash and Dus from banks 1,853,716.14 TOTAL RESOURCES $ 5,130,226.48 951.41 120,000.00 15 000.00 1,886,518.98 149,875.00 7,222,188.95 $14,524,760.82 LIABILITIES Capital Surplus Earned . Undivided Profits Unearned Interest Other Reserves Deposits TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 350,000.00 450 000.00 183,934.24 $ 983,934 24 36,325.81 317 498.75 1 3, 1 87,002.02 $14 524 760 82 Of United States Government oblgations in the above statement, $1,960,440.63 are pledged to secure Deposits of Public Funds and Trust Funds The above statement is correct: Virgil C. Craig, Cashier MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION PKANUTS AN£> IT UA$ VOUft FAULT/MM AND VOUf? STUPID BARKINS! THE(JOR5T IMTOF IT IS, VOt DON'T KNOtt) IF HE? BAfttQNl AT AN (M,0ft THE MOON 0(3 A BORSL Aft.' 7 THAT5 ONE OF THE OF A LIMITED VOCABULARY.' STEVE CANYON, BEVONP THE POINT... IT IS SISTER SHIP OF THE TRAMP STEAMER'tL JULIO REV! JULIO REV", rS^THEV WILL PEOISTEREP FgOM v AT SEA, 6XCHAN6B PAPERS OUP. COUNTRY...ANP ANP NAMES-THEN THE PASSES FREQUENUV PIS6UISEP CRAFT WILL THROU6H THE PANAMA x MOVE INTO THE LOCKS... CANAL, 6>TTOAT MOMENT YOUR WlF THIS IS NOT ME FATHEP.'S PARTY WILL 7/THE BOAT IN THE LOCKS RISE HERE, WHILE IN ^ WILL DISINTEGRATE WASHINSTON THE INTER- ANP P/SCHAR6E ITS NATIONAL PARTY WILL -.CARGO OP MILLIONS MAKE A MAJOK DE/VMNP OP MICROBES WHICH OP THE WESTERN fiuiKjbga EAT CISCO KID, LIKE TO GCTACQUAim? W MICKEY MOUSE WHY POESMOF?TYALWAYS\ WEAK A COWBOY OUTFIT WHEN HE GOBS TO THE >£•• BARBERSHOP? \&** IT'S THAT KINPOF \ Dl.lrllnileclbjKlniF.«lorei6,nillc«l». BLOND1E LOOK AT THAT BEAUTI FUL FUR TtSaol "?=^"X COAT F °R TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS I'D BE JUST AS HAPPY WITH THAT LITTLE I AT SIXTY. DOLLARS NOW, DON'T BE DIFFICULT- Ol DN'T I JUST SAVE YOU i ONE THOU SAND, NINE HUNDRED AND ,. DOLLARS? BEETLE BAILEY MOOCHEP ASKEP TO SHAM© AGAIN WELL, I SEE YOU PIPNT LET HIM HAVE IT SNUFFY SMITH FETCH HER IW, DOC--I'M AFEERED I SAMANTHy, AN 1 MY DOLLY'S GOT ' ° CT 1T A BROKE LAIG J'LLSET IT \\ i « o %' M v SHE'S HOME, DOC, AND I DASSEN'T.MOVE HER--VETOLDME. SO VORESELF PUGO WHAT AILS VE, DOC? V I'M ,VO'RE SHUT- MOUTH J PRACTICIN', AS AftV A CLAM / HOWEV POT WHAT PO VOU M6AN WMgN VOW 0AVS VOU'P UIK6 TO 06 ARMftP ANP agTURN fO TH£ MAINI.ANP TO S6T VOUR MILL'ONS OP SIMPLE, PAD, J'P CUT OUT Of HfifH ANP MAK 5i.AMM6f MAKfi 'fi\\ f OV?R Hfc«6 IN ANP MOW? NOW ' WOUI.P VOU 5TOKM A5HO« IN TH6 fl&l PLACBT Wtl.L, FOR ONB THIN<J, UNCkfr AlN'f WN6 6IVJ VOU NO PM6PQR1 "• •••7MY WON'f 6IV6 VOU A VltfA AN' I UNPggSfANP THE CUSTOMS OUARPfr Af TH& 90MM A86 8V fOUCHV '00Uf YOU 5MU66HN' THE RYATTS HER FOLKS SWITCHED TO A WALL PHONE IN THE KITCHEN—TOO < HISH FOR A CHAIR, AMD THEY WONT LET USE A LADDER/ ...NOW SHE HAS TO HANS UP WHEN HER NECK SETS STIFF.OR HER -S FEET SEf SORE/JT

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