Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 13, 1962 · Page 18
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 18

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Young Hobby UUD A Potato Porcupine British Warn Cuban Exiles L/ONDON (AP)—Britain warned Friday she would take a serious view of any attacks on her Cuba- bound shipping by the Cuban exile organization known as Alpha 66. The Foreign Office also disclosed that the U.S. State Department has been approached—presumably to help explain last month's attack by Alpha 66 on a British vessel in a Cuban port. The British have not said so officially but privately assert that Alpha 66 operates from U.S. territory using largely U.S. equipment. In that sense London takes the view tihat the American administration could be held at least partly responsible for any illegal activities by the exile group. Alpha 66, led by Antonio Veci- ana from a Puerto Rican headquarters, announced. Thursday it was declaring war on all merchant ships carrying supplies to Fidel Castro's Oulba. Earlier this week Hhe organization claimed to have carried out a commando* raid on a Cuban port. If British merchantmen on the Cuba run had to go" through .a gauntlet of attacks by Alpha 66 raiders, there is little doubt the government would be pressed' to provide naval protection. Pronounce This One LAWRENCE (AP)—The foreign student with the longest name at the University of Kansas is a freshman in aerospace engineer- ig from India. He is Ananlhakrishmann Anan- thanarayanan. formerly PRAIRIE GAS & EQUIP. b Pliant FORCED AIR HEATING & COOLING SYSTEMS 5 YEARS TO PAY CUSTOM SHEETMETAL WORK Ducts, Elbows, Fittings Gravel Stop Rain Gutter, Metalbestos Flue Pipe, Furnace Filters, Grilles, Registers, Complete stock Minneapolis-Honeywell Thermostats & Furnace Controls. For Prompt Servico or Free Estimate Call . . . BR 6-5550 109 N. 8 Porcupine from Potato, Toothpicks By CAPPY DICK Colored toothpicks are fun to use for making things. You can buy them at most variety stores. Some are made of wood and others are of plastic. Either kind will do. For a starter, use them to make a potato porcupine (Figure 1). Select a small potato shaped like a porcupine. Break some toothpicks in half and stick them into the potato to resemble a porcupine's quills. Press the thick end of each piece into the potato. For legs, press small twigs into' the potato. Black-headed pins may be pressed in for the animal's eyes. Next, try making a candle cactus (Figure 2). Place two candles in the sun until they are soft enough to mold, then press them Page 19 Garden Ol.r Telegram Saturday, October 13, 1962 together to form the cactus shape shown in Figure 2. Place the double candle in a candle holder and. stick pieces of toothpick into the wfcx to look like the spines of the cactus. The candle in Figure 3 is made by sticking a spiral of half toothpicks into the wax, then pressing MOVING? Save Money . . . RENT A TRUCK BR 6-7946 Ronald O'Dell a small gumdron on the end of each toothpick. The potato porcupine is a novelty for yourself. The cactus candle and the candle decorated with the toothpick-and-gumdrop spiral are decorative enough to present to your mother for use as table centerpieces. MONDAY: Lots M°re Good Fun for Every Boy and Girl I SHAMROCK SERVICE WINTERIZE NOW With New Anti-Freeze and Hoses OPEN 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 132 W. Kansas BR 6-9959 jjar^itui^ PEA/? sfeA I AM LQOMHG To vWf? ARRIVAL fa-13 A FAME. BUT i eaieye flUCSREt HN(J$ VAN P.5. IF \6u REM-tV-ARE A FAKE, Potf'T 1ELL ME. I TO STEVE CANYON, BE VlF COL.CANYON UPSET AT AUIVE, HE'P BE THE THE PELAY, FIRST T&' SAY FEEP ' THE TROOPS BEFORE YOU START TO WORK THE FIRST AIR COMMANPO 61ZOUP 15 BEADY TO INSTRUCT VbUP PEOPLE IN COUNTER- INSUPefiNT WARFARE. (ZEQUESTEPJ ". BUT FIRST W£ EAT—THEN IMAGINE THE PROBLEMS OF COMBAT. 1 GENEEAL,AWI PRESENT THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE COAIMANPSSS OF THE U.S. TACTICAL AIR COMMANP AND THE CARIBBEAN AIR COMMANP AS CONSUELO MUPCIA .. ESCAPES TO JOIN STEVE IN THE JUNGLE, PLANES APE TOUCHING POVVN ON THE MAINLAND... CISCO KID, MICKEY MOUSE BLONDIE BUT WAIT I X JUST REAAEMBEREP SOMETHING 1 TO BUY VOL) A ] " " If I'M GOIKIS TO NEED X. MORE MONIEV POR N- GROCERIES THIS V VWEEK, VJHAT HAPPENED 1 TO MOUR WEEKLY ) - FOOD ^-^ ALLOWANCE ?) ir-^— vou KNOW VOU'RE wiUi!' SUPPOSED TO STRETCH J IT OVER THE WEEK ]—* '-. '

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