Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 27, 1962 · Page 21
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 21

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, October 27, 1962
Page 21
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O'Brien Lives Attorney Part 24 Hours a Day By DOB THOMAS AP Movie-Television Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — What makes Sam (Benedict) run? Rather, what keeps Sam, who is also Edmond O'Brien, running? HEALTH CAPSULES by Miclmcl A. Petti, M.D. CAN AN ELPERLY PERSONS VISION IMPROVE S'O THAT ME 1 CAN REAP A NEWSPAPER AGAIN WITHOUT GLASSES"? YES. BUT PARAPOXICAUY THIS MAY BE A SIGN OF TROUBLE. IP YOU NOTICE THIS, SEE YOUR POCTOR> RUPTURES. Htahh C«piu!« giv«> helpful information. . It ij not inUndcd to b« of » diagnpitic nature Italian Longshoremen Stage National Strike ROME (AP)—Thousands of Italian longshoremen staged a nationwide sltrike Friday, idling loading and unloading operations for hundreds of ships in the big ports of Genoa, Naples, Venice and Palermo. About 5,000 longshoremen quit work in Genoa, where 70 ships are docked, with another 23 due. The longshoremen's independent union wants higher wage scales. Another 24-hour strike today—by doctors—affected Rome's state- run hospitals. They want higher pay. Jdle stayed on the job He Was Elected To Do! Dole stayed on the job in Washington until Congress adjourned. He missed only 7 roll call and quorum votes the entire session. His opponent missed 71—10 times as many. KEEP a Man on the Job Who STAYS on the Job! Re-elect To Congress Republican First District Republican Committee McDill Boyd, Chairman, AdvJ * Watchers of the new Saturday night courtroom show may wonder how he does ft. Never a static actor, O'Brien Is amazingly kinetic as the hard- driving, soft-hearted San Francisco attorney. It is a fascinating jerformance. and well worth sit- ing through the sometimes en- snarled plots to watch. "How do I do it?" said the ac:or. "I do nothing else. Since we started last June, I've had four :ull days off. We've done a lot of ocations in San Francisco, where we work a six-day week. Even when we work here, I have to spend, the weekends studying scripts—I've got to learn 80 pages a week! ''I work all day on the set, go lome, have a shower, eat dinner in bed and study the next day's lines. "My kidp are beginning to call me 'uncle.' " It's pleasing to note that O'Brien doesn't complain, unlike other television stars who gripe as they earn tidy fortunes. He knew what ic was getting into, am] he has no regrets. He didn't really need a series. Last year he worked at hefty salaries in "Moon Pilot," "The Man Page 22 Gnrden City Telegram Saturday, October 27, 1962 Who Shot Liberty Valance" and "The Longest Day," and directed a film at Paramount. Business has always been brisk for the Oscar winner ("Barefoot Contessa," 1954). MOST MODERN BRAKE SERVICE INTOWNO Precision brake service calls for precision service equipment. 'With our spanking new Star service equipment, we can guarantee brakes that are equal to, or better than, brand new brakes. For service you can depend on, bring your car to our Star Brake Service Center, todayl JONES MAGNETO & ELECTRIC Garden City. Ks. We feature Grey-Rock Brake Lining. Take A Giant Stride! FINANCIAL KNOW-HOW GIVES YOU SEVEN-LEAGUE BOOTS/// To make the most of the money you make, take advantage of our financial know-how. We're ready with sound advice when you n-eed it ... with practical, purposeful help to speed your progress fin-an.cially. TAKE MOKTHS TO REPAY AND AT LOW RATES! WESTERN Loan & Inv. Co. 113 W. Pine Phone BR 6.7471 Jack Smith—Mgr. r BEETLE BAILEY V EVERVONE LINE \ i / UPOUTSIPETHE \ PISPENSARy FOE V A MEPICAL / ) > CHECKUP/ ./ I COULPNT FINP MV (?AlNCOAT/ TO SPEED UP THE EXAMINATION OUST WEAR SHORTS ANP A RAINCOAT SNUhFY SMITH THIS TIME O'YEAR? LANDS, SWIMMIN TH' CRICK, AUNT LOWEEZV? THEN I'LL "\ BLESS 60 OUT AN' VORE BONES I 1 SAW YE yvO'RE GOODER'N SOME TV ARYAN6EL WOOD POGO •THAT AIM ENGINE. ON& Of 5TAMP5 AN' A CATAUO6W6 WIUU SHOW you AH. f VBP, f MB PUCE STAMP PLAN FOR OM'PIRB POL.K5 WHAT P&AUS WITH US WIUU 5AV6 " HOU56WIV6S UNTOkP TlMB'" PCN'f HA?TA5AV£'6M<WR£P£6AS WB'SS yR A-RUHNIK? R6MIN06P MB Of A COCONUT PEELER I COk!.BCf&P WITH 52 56NP you- JUNK SUCH THE RYATTS HAVE- YOU SEEN MY BUTTON BOX, YOU SUPPOSE soiw© O/V ABUTTONf TAD,WHAT.., ...» WORLP ARE YOU GOING WJITH < MY BUTTONS?/ /WELL, AWAA. EVERYONE / IN MY CLASS'S SOT A COLLECT/ON OF STAMPS LOR COINS OR SOME7MN' 7 — BUT THEY" V^OflST- / ^^f^4 HOU6HT lY) COLLECT,, BUTTONS^ ... .. IN THE P<5X, TAD/THIS IS/f) COLLECTION;

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