Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 2, 1962 · Page 3
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 3

Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, November 2, 1962
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Young Hobby Club Play Volley Ball With Toy Balloon By GAPPY DICK Five or more players are required for today's 1 game which is played with toy balloons and a rope to be used as a dividing line or net. The rope may be tied between two posts or trees. If an old blanket i s available, it may be hung over the rope as a kind of net, although it is not necessary. If trees or posts are not handy, the rope may be laid on the ground. For that matter 1 , a chalk line may be drawn on a concrete area to serve as the di- Keep Balloons Flying viding line between the two teams.' There must be an equal number of players on each team, with an extra person to serve a s a scorekeeper. He will need pencil and paper and must stand at one end of the rope or chalk line so he can see exactly what takes place in the game. After three toy balloons have been inflated, and tied, the scorekeeper must t«ss them into the air, one at a time, until all three have been placed in action. The players immediately bat the bal loons witli their hands, the object being to send them over the rope or dividing line into the opposing team's territory. , Whenever a balloon touches the ground, 10 points are charged against the team on the side of the court where it lands. When one team has 100 points charged against it, it has lost the game and the other team, having-fewer points against it is the winner. If there are more than two players on each team, more balloons should be used to keep the action fast and exciting. TOMORROW: How To PlaV Egg Carton Go|f In Your Yard! WHAT WE NEED IS MORE PART-XI HEAR BRUNOS JOINT IS IN REAL TROUBLE-HAD 1HE WORST MOMTH EVfiR 1HE MEAT MAN TOLD ME •ME DUTCHMAN IS SIX MONTHS BEHIND ON HIS SAWDUST BILL OUR BRAIN TRUST PEP EACH 0-WERUP WITH THE OTHER JOINTS' SAD TIDINGS BEFORE THEY LOOK TV1EIR OWN IN THE EYE NERS TO HEAR ABOUT MORE TRAPS THAT ARE HAVIN6 IT TOUGHER THAN US WE HAD W TWE PLACE A 600D MONTH.' }7 NEXT DOOR THE MOOCHERS /( ONLV HAD FOUR CAME IN vflGARBAGE CAMS TWICE 1 |\ OUT LAST AS MUCW.'.M LV MIGHT- VEAH-AND CUTLET JOE, ACROSS THE STREET, IS TRYING* TO UNLOAD- HISTLING IN THE RED, OR 'THEY'RE WORSE OFF THAN WE ARE"- Tk«MOt AND A TIP OF THE HATLO HAT TO HENRV COSTELLO. CIRCUS SAINTS $• SlNNEl3S, WASHINGTON, D.C. © Kin* FMium Syndicate, Inc.. 1H67. WorM HghU rcserwl JFK Building House in Virginia WASHINGTON (AP)-President and Mrs. Kennedy are building a ranch-style house on Rattlesnake Mountain in the Virginia hunt country. There's a splendid view of the Blue Ridge range from their 39- acre site 40 miles west of Washington—midway between Middle- burg and Upperville. Pierre Salinger, White House pr<jss secretary, said the one- story masonry and stucco house will have seven bedrooms (two of them for servants), 5V£ baths, living room, 'dining room and kitchen. He said it is expected to cost arotupd $45,000. The zoning permit filed in Vir- ginia's Fauquier County estimated the cost for a house and stable at $50,000. Usually such estimates come to about one-third or one- half the actual' cost, local people say. NY Daily News 'Not Struck Out' NEW YORK (AP)-Thc New York Daity News, announcing in a page one banner that it was "struck—not struck out!," published a 16-page edition today at the plant of the Journal-American." The paper had little advertising but carried most of its daily features. Technically, it was a facsimile of the normal Daily News, except that the tabloid had 92 pages in its prestrike Thursday morning editions. The maneuver of printing the paper at the Journal-American, the Hearst afternoon newspaper in the city, was unique in modern New York newspaper history. The News' own plant was closed down Thursday by a strike of editorial and commercial employes who belong to the American Newspaper Guild. It was the first Guild Gnrd^n City Friday, Novambaf 2, strike in New York since The News, largest circulation newspaper in the country with f daily sale of nearly 2 million, W4< chosen by the Guild as its flrtt target in a wage dispute with til seven major Manhattan dailllli Other publishers immediately 1 ,^ fered facilities to the News. -~ The News said its strike editlotl had. been prepared at its own Off flee on 42nd st. at 2nd ave. j)Jj several hundred editorial department heads and nonguild meat- bers. •_' Re-elect WALTER H. PEERY Republican Candidate for STATE TREASURER Proven qualifications in serving his first ferm. Well qualified with 35 years responsible busrnei«; experience. Sincere, dependable, character and doing an excellent Job for Kansas. Treasury Dept. very Important—Experience Counts. Member Elks Lodge, Legion and Presbyterian Church. AGAIN THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. Your vote* and support a'ppreciated. Pd. Pol. Adv. Republican Central CotnttllHee—DanHophlnf—Chm. Votes For You! HE STAYED ON THE JOB: HE MISSED ONLY 7 ROLL CALL AND QUORUM VOTES THE ENTIRE SESSION. HIS OPPONENT MISSED 71 THE LAST 4 WEEKS ALONE: Keep A Man on the Job Who Stays on the Job! Dole Voted Yes! * ON CUBAN AND BERLIN RESOLUTIONS * ON TRADE EXPANSION ACT * ON AGRICULTURAL APPROPRIATIONS For REA funds For Conservation Funds For School Lunch Funds For expanded Exports of wheat and other commodities * TO STRENGTHEN FOOD AND DRUG ACT TO LIMIT OIL IMPORTS * TO STRENGTHEN OBSCENE LITERATURE LAW * TO ELIMINATE COMMUNIST MAIL SUBSIDY IN POSTAL BILL * TO LIMIT FREE MAILINGS BY CONGRESSMEN * TO REDUCE FOREIGN AID BY $100 MILLION * FOR SELF-EMPLOYED RETIREMENT ACT. (*—His opponent was absent and not voting on final passage of all the above important measures) Dole Voted No! * ON FREEMAN COMPULSORY FARM PROGRAM * ON MANDATORY REDUCTION OF FEED GRAIN ACREAGE * ON LOSS OF WHEAT ACREAGE TO KANSAS FARMERS * ON CONTROL OVER LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY I * ON WITHHOLDING TAX ON DIVIDENDS AND INTEREST * ON BOTH INCREASES IN THE NATIONAL DEBT LIMIT * ON AID TO COUNTRIES WHICH DENY BASIC FRFS00MS TO THEIR OWN PEOPLE * ON NEW SPENDING SCHEMES Which would add employees to the federal payroll and add to our tax costs. * ON ADMINISTRATION PORK BARREL Projects. ($900 million knocked out while his opponent was not there.) (*—His opponent voted yes on all measures so indicated above.) ALL OF THESE VOTES WERE TAKEN FROM THE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD. DO NOT BE MISLED BY LAST MINUTE PROPAGANDA; Vote For Dole for Congress Republican — November 6 Pd. Adv.—First District Republican Committee—McDill Boyd, chairman Why wait for the snow plows? 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