Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 29, 1962 · Page 9
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Page fianlcn I H.v Monday, October 29, 1962 Color Treat in Teahouse Seal, Slit Envelop* Young Hobby Club Easy to Make Book Covers By CAPPY DICK - School book covers are well worth making. They protect your books and keep them clean. Making book covers an easy way is tbday's fun-project. Start with a big manila envelope, one large enough to wrap around the back of the book and cover both sides wijh a little j to spare. The type envelope required is •shown in Figure 1. Seal the flap, then fold the envelope from end 'to end, with the flap inside. Unfold the envelope, and, using the center fold you have made as a guide, cut a section as wide as •the book to be covered is thick from the exact center of the envelope's back. This is shown in Figure 2. Be careful not to cut through the front of the envelope. The cover Is now ready for use. To place it on the book, open the book's hard covers and slip one into either side of the-open- in" you cut in back of the envelope. That's all there is to it. Before you put the cover, on the book it is a good idea to decorate it, using crayonj. Print the book's title on the jacket, then draw a crayon border around the cover with another color (Figure 3). If there are raised letters or decorations on the real cover, another good way of decorating the jacket is to put it on the book, then rub crayon over the raised letters or design. This ..will reproduce them on the .jacket By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Televl«lwvR«dk> WriMr NEW YORK (AP)—Color televi- ;ion, to which NBC almost alone s dedicated, doesn't always add , mjjfb to one's enjoyment or ap-, jreciation of a program. Baseball and football games are j not particularly Improved, al-1 though the viewer gets a chance to speculate on the condition of the- grass in the playing fields. NBC's "Teahouse of the August Moon," on Friday night, was a very special treat for those of us lucky enough to see it on a color set. It was very beautiful. The Oriental settings and costumes were as delicately blended as a rare tea and just as refreshing. But the pleasant little comedy itself, written about American occupation of Okinawa after World War II, was no more than a pleasant, relaxing 90 minutes. The story concerns a nice young captain, played by John Forsythe, assigned to put a small village back on its economic feet. Aided by a native interpreter — David Wayne In a marvr'.ous makeup— and a geisha (Miyoshl Umeki) presented to him by a friendly villager, Forsyth c does the job. The plot revolves »round the desire of the townfolk to build a teahouse rather than the school the Americans insist the town needs. As a hit Broadway play nine years ago, it was a leisurely, charming story, largely because there was plenty of time to develop the characters. But in order to accommodate the tyrannical cock of television, a full-length I play had to be chopped down to a little mcjre than an hour—that 90 minutes is misleading because it includes commercials, station breaks, opening and closing credits. What got chopped, obviously, were the characterizations. We didn't get to know the principals well enough to care really what happened to them. But it sure was handsoim to look at. Handsome, but in a different way, was "The River Nile," down which we, courtesy of NEC again, traveled Sunday night. It was a travelogue, of course, but it was ( filmed in glowing color, given a' narration that often read like poetry and was accompanied by a sensitive and sometimes witty musical score. The journey started at the very scource, in mountains of black Africa where the mighty river is a clear little stream, and ended 4,000 miles later in Alexandria where the river meets the sea. At every point along the way, the descriptions of flora and fauna were beautiful and interesting. Just two programs like those make color worthwhile. Recommended tonight: Lucy Show," CBS, 8:30-9. "The CTION ESTATE OF THE LATE BENNY BELL to be sold at his place—207 S. Eleventh Street TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30th Starting at 12:30 P.M. 4 Wlieel Trailer House f Old Furniture Topsy Stoves TV Set, works good Lots of old Lumber, Junk Iron Took of all Kinds Several 50 Gallon drum* of Chicken Feed Several Suits of Clothes Lot of Pipe Bedding Harness New Snow Cone Machine Misc. Items of all kinds DUhes and Cooking Utensils I PLACE (T JUST A LITTLE 8ELOU) THE ONE ABOUT THE FLVIN6 REINDEER! THEN HE FLIES THR006H THE All? TO BRIN6 TOVS TO ALL THE 600P LITTLE CHILDREN EVERYWHERE! CAUT BE CERTAIN, C0NSUELO,BUT „ HALcbN CANYON A THEY MU&T WANT WHAT WIUUTHEY I YOU AS A LEVER DO TO 1)5 ? 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HUM I EXPECTBP/WTTNBK/WCe WAVS 70 H/WPLfi TOV6H ONES' PIP >OU SLEEP WBLLf CONGKATUUATIONSn -TO eer RIP OF IKKITATIN' TV COAAMEKCIALSl jj* WedmKtum An Open Letter to: Governor John Anderson and Candidate Dale SafFefs, and Members and Candidates for Hie Kansas legislator* GENTLEMEN: THE WESTERN KANSAS MANUFACTURERS, INC., HAVING MET IN SESSION HAVE PASSED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION: ' "WE RESOLVE: TO ENCOURAGE THE ABOLISHMENT OF THE KANSAS STATE PORTS OF ENTRY, FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS: 1. THEY ARE IU RESTRAINT OF TRADE. 2. THEY PLACE KANSAS MANUFACTURERS AT A DISADVANTAGE IN IN DEALING WITH OUT-OF-STATE CUSTOMERS. 4 3. THEY MAKE A BAD IMPRESSION ON OUT-OF-STATE CUSTOMERS COMING INTO KANSAS FOR PRODUCTS OF KANSAS MANUFACTURERS, 4. THEY SERVE NO USEFUL PURPOSE. 5. RECORDS SHOW THAT KANSAS PORTS OF ENTRY OPERATE AT A LOSS. " IT IS REQUESTED BY MEMBERS OF THE W.K.M.I. THAT YOU PUBLICALLY STATE JUST WHAT YOUR POSITION IS ON THIS MATTER, PRIOR TO THE GENERAL ELECTION, 'f MR.DITHERS V, WON'T ee IM ( TODAY--1 CAM ^ KNOCK OFF (A NICE NAP DAGWOOD, THIS IS V 1 MR.DITHERS--G6Ty VOUR FEET OFP <^ YOUR DESK AND J GET TO WORK.' J IT'S LIKE WORKING FOR A VJITCH DOCTOR BEETLE BAILEY THE MAM WHO REALLY* HATES TO IOSB VVILL KEEP COMING BACK TILL HE EVEMTUALLY" WINS HE'S ABLE T \ TOCOMEBACK- ( IF \ TO SNUFFY SMITH POGO WHAT hAPPENT LOWEEZVPI WENT DOWNTOSNUFFV'S STILL THIS MORNIfO' flN'lTWUZN'T THflR ( IT'S AWFUL COLD AN ILAMMV OUT VONDER THIS TIME O'VEflR, C«L,B ^ , THOUGHT HOMECOOKIN &&MUIN& O<AV, POGOr PICK UP f H6 5ACK OP 1V£ ?i(?fi f wfi'gs ON ouff WAV/ i PICK If UP? . I'M H6S£ > OP COURSE-PICK IT UP"» fW6 W& CAN'f WAIT VOWI.U WI^H 6OME WAS CAffRvwyou WH&N A5 THIS ?l(?6 SNSIN6 THE RYATTS DADDY DO YOU KMOW IM PADDY LANGUAGE

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