<£U U BE FALSELY ACCUSED... WLLAL60B6VANWLIZER PLl/NP£K£P ANP SABOTA6EDJ y _L_L AS A SCHOOL, SHOULD BE PREPAKEP FOR A LOT OF CRITICISM,.. THEY'RE SOIN6 TO CURSE ANP REVILE THERYATTS IT'S SEPTEMBER/ THAT'5 WHAT'S WRONG/ YOU'VE BEEN AFTER ME TO PUT IT UP FOR THREE MONTHS.'WHAT'S WRONG ? SUE, I PUT THE SCREEN POOR UP A COMMON sight on a Ducks Unlimited project Ducks Unlimited Fund Dinner The Southwest Chapter of to over 170,000 members The Canadian government, Page 19 Ducks Unlimited has (including 95 in the local ranchers, landowners, Garden City Telegram scheduled its fifth annual fund chapter) in four countries, communities and industries Wednesday, Sept. 8,1976 raising dinner for 6:30 p.m. They hope to raise $10 million have granted no-cost, long- Larry Geier. For more in- Wednesday, Sept. 29, at the this year for wetland, habitat term land leases on wetland formation contact him or knights of Columbus Hall. development. areas. And DU says 80 cents of other officers: John Beamar, Highlights include a con- Habitat is the key to wildlife every dollar contributed has Bill King, Stan Werner, servation film and an auction preservation, especially in the gone directly to Canada for Richard Harrold, Dennis for wildlife art and a collec- face of expanded agricultural use in active development Krey, George Purnell, Earl tor's shotgun provided by development, draining, filling programs. Weiss and in Scott City, Teddy Ducks Unlimited, and shotgun and other manmade hazards. This year's chairman is Crist and Larry Hawkins, raffle. Ducks Unlimited dinners have helped raise more than $48 million for waterfowl and wildlife habitat since 1937. As a resuft, Ducks Unlimited now manages more than 2.2 million acres in Canada where more than 75 per cent of all North American waterfowl originate. To Maintain and restore duck and geese populations, DU buys no land. Instead, it>- o ° rehabilitates and preserves 0 ' the primary nesting areas of Canada. More than 300 individual - 0 species of game and non- ,«, game birds', fish and mam- oo mals have permanent drought " "' and flood proof homes in these vast wetlands. Its projects which include dams, dikes and levies are appropriately called duck factories. 4 According to Canadian , biologists, six million acres of < habitat are needed to better * stabilize the continent's waterfowl population. It is believed this acreage must be secured prior to 1980, or it may be lost to other purposes Several states have passed legislation setting aside a portion of hunting ' 0 ° license fees for waterfowl . °o conservation and have granted these funds to Ducks Unlimited. Other states are expected to follow. Ducks Unlimited has grown _ e o w o ( JENNY ISN'T SHE'S STILL DRYING HER HAIR/ WELL BE ^ LATE FOR THE MOVlE. r — HOW MUCH LONGER IS SHE GOING TO BE? ABOUT TEN POLLARS } \ ON THE FOOP BILL/.. -\ MUMCHf SMACK/ o. MICKEY MOUSE VOO-HO?/ HOW'5 \ 1 FIXEP THE LEAK, BUT YOOVE 60TA LITTLE DRAIN PROBLEA\fy .« .:•'.. ( IT BELONGS TO LITTLE t ' IT LUDLOW BEEMISH f MR. SEASLEY ( WHAT ARE YOU T GOING WITH A /+ (SO I'M FLYING IT FOR > HIM TILL HE GETS '»; ^ -A HIS MOTHER CALLED HIM IN FOR LUNCH J DOONESBURY GOVERNOR? MR.SUTTON! MISS WHAN SAID HOW VERY NKBOFWJ TO COME THAfeRGHT, BUTYOUJUSTGO DOtfTKNOW RI6HT UWNOT! HERB, SIR? LET'S START i turn THE UM..OKAY. IN RKEUTW&KS, YOURBRIEFIN6 ANYWAY! The Garden City Telegram Mail-In Classified Order The quick and inexpensive way to do business. INSTRUCTIONS: \ Insert one word per square and total the number of words. Put the number of days ad is to be run in the box below. Then figure your coat from the chart below. Example—14 words for four days is $6.16 10 words for three days Is $3.60. mm mmmmsm NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE clip and mail to; NUMBER OF DAYS A I) IS TO RUN THE GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM, P.O. BOX 958, GARDEN CITY, KANSAS 67846 No. of words , 1 time 10words 1.30 11 words 1.43 12 words ." 1.56 13 words 1.69 14 words -....'. 1.82 15 words 1.95 2 times 2.60 2.86 3.12 3.38 3.64 3.90 3 tunes 3.90 .3.96 4.32 4.68 5.04 5.40 4 times 5.20 5.20 5.28 5.72 6.16 6.60 5 times 6.50 6.50 6.60 7.15 7.70 8.25 6 times •7.80 7.80 7.80 7.80 8.40 9.00 10 percent cash discount if paid in advance. Minimum charge per day $1.30 STEVE CANYON TOEE6 & ALMOST ALWAYS THE PERSON WHO 6AW THE- SUBJECT '&OARP TWE ...SOTAFTER THE NEIGHBORS'5R/EF 5I6HT1N6 A5 5WE .LEFT HER MOUSE, THEEE IS NO FURTHER TRACE OF MRS. CANVON/ LKt ALL THE RfiSTOFU^JOE iSTHINklNoOF HIS WIFE ANP KIDS' V is TO INTCNTIONALLy OK OTHERWISE... BEETLE BAILEY- WILL X PON'T BE MAP IF | I POUT WANT TO USE TOWEL /X TOWEL SNUFFY SMITH- THflT DONE IT!! I fllN'T COOKIW NO MORE DADBURN SPAGHETTI/PAW— --TILL VE PATCH THAT DADBURN ROOF!!
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