Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 26, 1962 · Page 9
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 9

Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, October 26, 1962
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City THegrnm Friday, October 26, 1962 Emotions Mixed on Mexican Profit - Sharing Proposition a 3aliened Room foung Hobby Club Pass-Poor-Kifty ite Game For Halloween By CAPPY DICK ^Halloween wouldn't be Halloween.' without the gam c Pass- PoQir-Kitty. It's a game that will prove exciting to the guests at any party. For that matter, it is fun to play with just uie members of the family. The lights in the room must be dimmed and someone must act as th c story-teller. He must relate how Poor Kitty, a very careless cat, didn't stop to look 'both, ways at the curb, dashed in front of a fire engine and was struck. Some friends of Poor Kitty gathered up what remained of- her, the story-teller continues. Then he directs all the players sitting in the circle in darken*ed room to put their hands behind their chairs. When all au ready, ho announces that thc first part of Poor Kitty to be passed from one 'guest to the next willbe her tail. At this point he places in the hands of one of the guests a long brush, such as a baby bottle brush. In the dark the guests can't tell what it is and because the story-teller said it was Poor Kitty's tail there is bound to be a lot of excitement. The firs guest to receive the "tail" must pass it from behind his chair to the hands of the next guest in the circle who must receive it behind his chair. It is to be handed from .player to player in this manner all around the circle. "' Then the story-teller says the next part of Poor Kitty that was found is her le?s. These are four frankfurters. Next he starts Poor Kitty's whiskers around the cir cle. These are some broom straws. For Poor Kitty's hide any old piece of fur will do. Anyone who drops one of th articles is out of the game. When •the-last article has been passe< around, the lights may be turn jed on again. TOMORROW: Some good idea for funny halloween costumes! By RICHARD DAW MEXICO CITY (AP)-Juan| Ibarra, $9-a-week factory worker, I pushed his wide sombrero back on his head and said wryly: - ! "All this talk about the govern-j ment making companies share'. profits with us workers is just a ' lot of noise. It'll never happen." j Similar skepticism is common i among those supposed to benefit from a constitutional amendment forcing all companies — Mexican and foreign—to turn over part of, their profits to employes. > The plan has been in the works! almost a year and no one can say when it will go into effect or exactly how it will work. President Adolfo Lopez Mateos' government seems to be walking a shaky tightrope. Ideals and political expediency lie on one side, economic reality on the other. Any measure to put compulsory profit-sharing into effect In too] drastic a manner threatens to' scare away much-needed foreign and domestic investment capital. But letting the idea remain only a dream raises the possibility of increased unrest among the mass of low-salaried workers, prime targets for leftist'agitation. Much of Mexico's future may rest on the solution that the reform-minded Lopez Mateos comes U'P with, The idea of compulsory profit-1 sharing was written into the con- \ stitution in 1917, but through the years it remained merely an idea. Last December Lopez Mateos surprised businessmen and workers alike by sending to his obedient congress a constitutional I amendment aimed at putting' teeth into the idea. Congress whipped the measure to passage without a dissenting vote. More than the necessary number of state legislatures subsequently approved it. Then, several weeks ago, Congress ratified the legislature's action and sent the amendment back to the president. It becomes law when Lopez Mateos decides to have it published in the official gazette. The measure's pace has been slowed, however, by protests from worried businessmen and other expressions of concern at home and abroad. What seems to worry businessmen most about the government's profit-sharing plan is the government control. Pressure to put the measure into action is strong, however. Failure to carry through at least in some degree could hurt thc government's popularity among workers. THIS W//U 66 TO \MrtEM you Rise our of WMPtfM PATCrt THAT NI6HT, PLEASE Re/KEWKRI AM MOST U>yftL UWE A WfCE Tftifc STEVE JANYON. tfOF ACHIEVEMENT During the past two years, Kansas has made solid progress in its personnel system, civil rights, education, highways, penal system, recreational facilities, water resources, economic development, mental health and other areas of the broad spectrum of state governmental resonsibilities. The responsibilities of the State to its people have been met in full within the limits of sensible administration. Let's Continue to Progress On November 6, men and women of Kansas will have the opportunity to commend this able executive for his wise, understanding leadership. Let u$ give a record vote for John Anderson for Governor, and assure sound progress in the years ahead. On the solid foundation of Republicanism, we can and will build an even greater State. CAUTION) THE Y PUT THE IRON PILOT MtitT NOT) BIRP THROWS 5E6 US' 1-1 WEAPONS FROM THE AIR.' NO TIME FOR CIVILITIES...STEVE TELLS LIEUT. MUPCIA OF THE PLOT —ANP THE WEALTHY VOUN6 OFFICER GETS EluHT TO THE POINT.' IT WAS MV T-ANP MY SISTER FATHER WHO IS IN ORAV6 COT HIM HIS • PANGEP.' PUT JOB- A HIM ONI CISCO KID. OKAY, fays, 6QMETH/NS WENT VIKOH6! AMV0E ME IS TOUSHEI? TH/W i THOUGHT! */ | I O N. ^ ILL HAVE TO THINK UP 5OHE OTHER WAY TO 6ST HIM.' LIE LOW TILL VOU HEAR FKOW Iffi! V£W PONT KNOW " OK. WHV7 (HO! &&> A LOOKOUT WITH MICKEY MOUSE BUT IT'S TIME TO GO HOME NOW! SUKE NICE TO HAVE VOU VISIT MB AT THE OFFICE TOPAV. AAOKTV1 BLONDIE ANDERSON! 5 r 'X~ ^GEgBgrggagP* • governor REPUBLICAN STATE COMMinEE, RICHARD D. ROGERS, CHAIRMAN Directory of Garden City Churches ST MART'S EOMAN CATHOLIC Ret. Clement N. Gouoeaux, C.PP.S.. R«T«. Ddvid DouKherty, C.PP.S- and James Schradei CPS.. walBtanta. Phone BR 6-4053. B09 3t unay Mas'e., 8 7 8 9:30. I0:«. 12:00. ^Weekday Masses! B:30. 7:30. li a.m. • Dally Bosary: 7:30 p.m.; Sunday: a:SO p.m. ot Ho.y Day. in? First Fridaw: 3:30-6:00 and 7:45-9:00 p.m. 8T JAMKS St. Jamea Lutheran Church o mamber «' The American Lutheran C.iurch, 9th and .Tdnea. BR «-5108 Paul W. Schalrer. pastor, 616 N. 9th. Sniiilay rtunlav School. ' a:3U a.m.. VV-.rsnlp 8e Ho!y 8 Communi a o'n n celebrnted the first Sunday ot every month. HETHKL, A. M. B. Sunday : Sunday scnooi: s:HO a.m. ; worship 11:00 a.m. Wednesday: Mission circle. 'A p.m.;- Prayer and claas meeting, r.'M p.m. FA1TR TAHEBNACLB Ansembly of Ood Chnreh J J. Krlmmer, pastor, 8th and Kanea. phnr/' BK f-'.V.'Ti: Rp ii-'«86 rh'imn Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday School fo p families; 11 a.m. Worship time; 8 p.m. Revival time. Tn e »i|ay! 8 p.m. Men's Prayer mecttap. Thursday: 9:30 n.rn. Ladies prayer meeting; 8 p.m. Prayer and praise service. FTHST rnmsTfAnr CHURCH Arthur F. Fleming, pastor. Phons BR 6-4104 or BR 6-S411. 7th and Chestnut. Snnrtnyi Snnrtnv Rnhnoi. 9:45 i.m ! Worship, 10:45 a.m., Evening 7:30 p.m., Chi Rho, 6 p.m., CT"F 6 p.m. Thnrsd"v: Oholr. 7:46 D.m , James T. Randall, pastor. 1409 A. Phone BR 6 "Siay: Sunday school, 9:46 a.m.; Worship. 10 45 am': People's meeting. 7 P.m.: Evening «•«*»•. 7=30 p.m. PIEBCEVn-LB FEDERATED ^Sunday: SunOay School, 10:00 a.m.: Worship BerSice 11:00 a.m.; Youth Cluba. 6:46 p.m.: Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. FBt,t.OW8fnP BAPTIST "W T Froggate, pajtor, phone BR 6-6628 or BR 6-5304, First and Spruce Street*. 8nnda> Biblf flchnol, s» 4L a.m. ; Morning Worship, 10:30 a.m.; Junior and senior young people's service 6:00 p.m.; Evening Preaching. 7-00 p m. Tue s day. 7 p.m. Chunh at work. Tl.iursiUyi Mid-week lervlce 7 p.m. GABUBM CITTf UKNNONITE H8KTHBBN Floyd E. Born, pastor. BR 6-7410. 3rd and Sundai : 'Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; Worship 10-45 a.m.: Evening worship. 7 p.m. Wednesday: rrayer service. 8 p.m. TBINITY LUTH KHAN ClUIBCH Rev. Herman R. Mayer. 408 Jones Avenue. Telephone 6-4464. vffirst Service 8:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:80 a.m. Second Service 10:45 a.m. Communion Ifit Sunday. 8:30 a.m. 3rd Sunday. 10:45 a.m. *'' LIGHT OF Tabernacle Samuel J. Larson pastor, second building north ot VFW. off Hwy" 50. Phone faR 6-6814, Sunday: Service, 8 p.m. Wednesdays Service. 8 p.m. Churnn open day and Utffbt. CALVAkY BIBLE < HUUCH (Independent) Jnbn Keller, pastor, 1307 N. 7th. Sunday School: 9-.30 a.m.; worahlp service. 11 a.m.; evening service. 7:30 p.m. Wednebday: Midweek prayer meeting and Bible study. 7-b) n»m. " Bi:OIt(5ANIZKD tillL'BC'R OF JESUS CUBIST OF LATTEB DAY SAINTS Ruy A Chapman pastor, phone BH 6-708S. 614 N. 13th St. (Meetings in Seventh Day Ad- yentist Chapel) Sujjday 9:45 a.m. Church ScDooJ ana adult •tudy. 11 -00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. study group* t'.iiO p.m. evening worship FIKST MF,TIIOJ»IST Paul Itantla. pastor, phone BP 6-4523. 505 North 6th. fuiiiluv: Sunday Srhnnl. 9'30 a.m : Wornhln, 10:45 a.m.: MVF tt:»U p.m.; Evening Worehlo. 7:80 p.m. Thiiridny: Choir t'rartlce; Primsry 4:15. Junior 4:60. Youth 7 and Chancel 7:45 p.m. cnuRcn nv OOD IN CHBIRT E. IB Sander*, pastor, phone BR 6-3749. South Star Route. Hnnclay Sunday ochool 10-fflj a.m.: Wnrshlp. 11 W a.m.: V P W W., f 30 p.m.: Evangelistic Service. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday t Bible Study, 8:00 p.m. Frlilnv Prsvflr Service. 8 '00 p.m. FIBST PBKSBYTKBIAN CnUBCH J. Merlon Kadyk, pastor, 7th and Pine. BR 8-5323. Manse BR 6-7918. Sunday: Sunday school. 9:45 a.m.: Worship. 11 a.m. United Presbyterian Youth, 6 p.m. Mariners. epcond Sunday each month, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Men's breakfast, 7 a.m. Thursday: Adult choir. 8 p.m. Women's Association, fourth Thursday, 2:00 P.m.: Circles, second Thursday; Junior Choir, 4:15 p.m. FOI'RSQl'ABK OOHHKT. CHURCH Clarence Murphy, pastor, 1311 New York. 6-7481 Sunday -unday -nhnoi 'i-.]f. >i.m.. Worst-It 11 a.m.; Sunday Touth. 6:SO p.m. Evangfilfstle service 7:30 p.m. Wedne«d»yi Midweek service 7:30 p.m. HOI.t'OMB COMMUNITI I'BKSBYTEBIAM Ruth Harking, minister, Ph. BR 6 'i'.m H " tin: 52. Holcomb. Sunday: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; morning worship. 11 a.m., U.P.Y.6 p.m. 't'uesdayi Prayer mettng and Bible Study, 7:oO p.m. Wednesday : Choir practice. 4 p.m. Friday J Junior BlbleClub. 4 p.m. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Kingdom Hall. Corner Kansas and Pearl. Sunday: Public address. 7:00 p.m.: Watch- tow ei study, 8:16 p.m. Tuesday: Bible study. 8 p.m. Friday: Service instruction., 7:30 p.m.; theocratic mlnistrj school. 8:80 D.m THE CIU'BCH OF JKbDS CUBIST OF LATTEB DAY SAINTS EJulon Anderson, branch prsaldent. BR 6-494S Sunday; Priesthood meeting. 9 a.m.; Sunday Bchool 10 o m : Sacrernenl 11 a.m SKCU.NU UAl'TIbl CliUBC'II J. M. Stevenson, pastor, 6-481)5. 1107 N. Main. Sunday - Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Wvrahip Service 11 a.m.. Union Training 6 p.m. Wednesda — Pruyer Service 7 p.m Thursday — Mission Circle, 2:30 p m. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL OIICBCH Mam ano. Walnut, rlecry B. Wright, rector. M' ? " 8-8178, Snndny: Holy Communion, 7:80 *.m.. Holy Cotrrnunlon and church school 10 a.m., flnrt Sunday each month; Morning Prayer and •hureh «ehool 10 a.m. other Sundays of month. mtST BAPTIST CnUBCH Robert F. Rusk, pastor Phone BR 6-5286 llth ft Jonca Residence phone BR J-4474. Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45 a.m., Worahip 11:00 a.m. Fellowship and Womhlp 6:30 p.m. Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. prayer and Bible study. Men a Fellowship - 7:30 p.m. 2nd Monday. Women'* Society - 2p.m. 2nd Thursday. Thursday: 7:80 p.m. Adult choir. ClfUROII OF TUB BBRTUBBM Doraey li, HotrucK. poster, UU 6 /.m. home phone BR 6-7347. Eighth and St J ohn 8\.t>: Sunday• Church ir.hool. 9:45 am.; morning worship. 11 a.m.; C.B.Y.F. 6 p.m., Junior High •"ellov-shlp and evening -orshlp, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Adult choir. 7 p.m. Thursday: Women's Fellowship, I: SO p.m. ivery 3rd Thursday Junior choir. 4:15 p.m. PBAIBIE VIEW UBUBOH OF THE HKKTHBEN 2 miles west o< Friend on County Line. Mark Emswller, pwtor, Ph. BR 6-3097, Friend. A. L. Elrod, moderator. Ph. 905 W-2. Shallow Water. Sunday: Sunday School, 10 a.m., morning worship 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship, 7:00 p.m., Prayer Fellowship 7 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. FinsT cutmcn OF OOD Deipn Halea. pastor, pnoiiu tili 6-3006. 808 Per»hin»? Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; Summer Worship, 8:30-9:30 a.m. Prayer Goup. 6:16 p.m Evening service, 7:30 pm. Thursday i MidweeH dervlce. 7:30 p.m. t?IHHT SOIITIIKUN HAPTIHT CIIDBOH Jon W&de J^urtz, pastor, Phone Bit 6-6609, 809 Weal Campbell. Sunday: Sunday Bchool 9:46 a.m.; Worship 10:60 a.m.; Baptist Training Union 6:45 p.m. Evening Services. 7:50 p. tn. Monday: Brotherhood Tuesday: W.M.U. Thursday Prayer Meetins. 7:30 p.m. Sunbeams, Junior G.A.'s. Intermediate G.A.'u and Royal Ambassdors, 6:30 p.m. Friday: Visitation. CHIJKCH OF THP NAZABENE C«rl Ingeraoi. pastor, phone BR -6-54£6. lltb •nd Elm. Sunilay: Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; Wor-sh-H 10.50 a.m.; Young People 6:30 p.m.; Evening i :Jv p.m. Thursday: Prayer Meeting, f.'du p.m. COMS1UN11V CONGBEGATIONAL ( HUBCH Sunday: Morning Worship 9:30 a. m. HuuiJayi Boi d';out iVuop aa. /:(JU p.m. Thursday: Cb}iT8, Voutb 6:45: Children'* and Auuli i> p.m. cm iu:n o Phone BR 6-4500. 1503 Pat'a Drive (1 mile East of Main on Kansas) -Sunday> ocnool 9:46 a.m.; Suod»» worship 10:45 a.m.; Evening ««rvlc« 8 p.m. iVVdneMdBV id am Uuife* BiLle Study. Thursday Night: Claase» 7:30 p.m jjl HOMESTLY, I (I DON'T KNOW V, VJHAT THE (WORLD is ^t COM IMG TO ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN WELL,THERES ONE QOOP THING ABOUT THE FUTURE \\wm\p? flT JUST COMES ) > A LITTLE <S ( AT A TIME) ^-v BEETLE BAILEY HE'LL NEVER FIND US IN THIS BIG PLACE/ r TOLP you WE SMOULP HAVE STAVEP WITH SNUFFY SMITH NOPE-LANDED FUST BYJEEPERS!! I THINK VE BROKE SOME SORT OF A RECORD, MAW ' WHAT X VE CHOPPED TH 1 SORT OF \ QUICKEST ARMLOAD A RECORD, ) OF KINDLIN' WOOD PAW? ^ • I EVER SEEN!! DIDVE GIT HURT/ MAW? POGO 0e THE V^^Tvou T AN OMtV flKl W1.Y I A AIN'T WON'T 06 TO GIVE OUT ;ftt\, STAMP*.' y{ — , , — ^/ \ WATCH fWB «0<jr TgA« Y'6tt, 8. COON CHIU6 & dlVIN'U^ ) I AROUNP ON f\R£ tHfc SfAMP* fO*. «66CUJN'OW> // .5"H&:5 . AN ' Mop ' YOU CAN THWW '6M AWAV"<A 000N 10 HOUSEWIFE/ THE RYATTS James Owens, pastor, phone BK 6-7773. 614 N 13th. Saturday : 9:45 a.m. Sabbutn School. 11 a nx Worship. Iriday: 7:30 p.m. Xoaug People's meetlag. MOMMV DOES THIS PIECE OF BAODN TO ANVBODV? rr!s FDR PAM, DEAR, IF SHE WANTS IT. SME SLEPT " I PONY THINK SHE WANTS 1T MOMMY... IT TWICE WITHOUT EATINS IT/

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