Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 27, 1963 · Page 18
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 18

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, July 27, 1963
Page 18
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New Wheat Legislation Urged WASHINGTON (AI')--A group of House Republicans, testifying before a House Agriculture subcommittee, called Friday for now wheqt legislation based upon voluntary participation by farmers. Hop. Albert II. Quie, R-Minn., a spokesman for the 'group, said Congress should act how and not wait for difficulties in wheat areas before taking action. Quie and 19 other Republican Man Jailed As Fugitive CARTHAGE, Mo. (AP) — Hugh S. Clinton, a Carthage bondsman charged with attempted kidnaping in Kansas, has been jailed in Carthage as a fugitive from justice. Sheriff Dallas Babcock of El Dorado, Kan., told Carthage police Clinton also is charged with breaking and entering and illegal 'search of the home of Wlliam 0. Scranlon near Augusta, Kan. Scranton Is in jail at Lamar, Mo., on a $1,402 bad check charge after being at liberty on $5,000 bond furnished by Clinton's company. Babcock said Mrs. Scranton complained Clinton and a companion forced their way into her home, searched the premises and compelled her to tell them her husband's whereabouts. The sheriff said they went to Colorado and made Scranton return with them to Lamar. Truman Has No Commemt on Treaty ' INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP)— Harry S. Truman—at the request of President Kennedy — has reviewed the proposed nuclear test ban treaty. "I have no comment at this time," Truman told a reporter Friday. "I can't blame you for trying, but there is nothing else I can say right now. I'm sorry." The President telephoned Truman Wednesday. A copy of the proposed treaty arrived by messenger. The former p r e s i d e nt made notations in the margins and returned it to Kennedy. BRAKING POWER If you haven't looked into Auto-Rite's braking power on high insurance rates, check with us now. Find out how you can keep from paying for the inconsiderate and careless driver's insurance, MILLER INSURANCE AGENCY I IS E. Chestnut BR 6-3512 MEMBER GARDEN CITY INSURANCE BOARD G. Ev«reM MiltM House members have introduced bills to provide for a new wheat program following rejection of the Kennedy administration's wheat program with strict controls in the May 21 referendum. Unless new legislation is enacted, wheat farmers will be free to plant any acreage they wish and thiore will be no price supports in 1964 except for those who do comply with acreage allotments. Quie said the bills supported by the 20 GOP members would set up a voluntary program, would require land retirement and conservation as a condition of eligibility for program benefits, would use only payment-in-kind for making diversion payments, and would be based on a market economy. Hep. Robert Dole, R-Kan., is one of the 'group urging quick enactment of 'wheat legislation for 1964. He, along with Rep. Quie and Don L. Short, R-N.D., have been working with other Republican House members on a "constructive alternative" to the administration's wheat program. All three were members of the House Agriculture Committee. Dole said today: "Year after year,'' the wheat farmers of America become involved in a guessing game with Congress and the loser is always th c wheat producer in winter wheat areas who many times D. C. DIRKS, M. D. and M. E. SPIKES, M. D. ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THEIR OFFICES Effective MONDAY, JULY 29th at 3 I 2^ N. Main—Above N.orris Drug Store Phone 6-7624 Office Hours 9 to 5 works the ground and sows his wheat without knowing just what the program may ultimately he." Page 18 Garden City Telvgrnm Saturday. July 27, 1963 Th e Philadelphia Phillies won 17 of 18 games from thc Houston Colts in 1962. I/SI / (5 THIS ALL I THERE \9 TO V MY LIFE? 15 THI5 THE SUM-TOTAL OF MY EXISTENCE? DO I REALLY JUST LIVE TO GAT? IS THAT ALL I'M REALLY 600D FOR? I MU5T THINK" ABOUT THAT SOMETIME.., 7-27 SNUFFY SMITH THAT'S PLUMB NEIGHBORLY HOW LONG DO VE RECKON VEIL BE LAID UP ? TH' DOC SAYS I CAN'T. GIT OUT OF BED PER TWO MORE DAYS GOODy-I'LL GO FISHIN'WHILE VO'RE OUT OF CIRCULATION I DRAPPED BY TO SEE HOW SNUFFV WUZ QITTIN' ALONG, LOWEEZV STEVE CANYON. 15 THIS NEW SUMMER? THAT ) WEALTHY WITCH ^ POESNtcAEE IF ANYONE DISAPPEAR5-IF HE DOESN'T OWE HER MONEY.' SHE DOESN'T CARE .'COPPER CAUHOON POE5NT 6IVE A HOOT THAT LITTLE OLEV IS LOST' 'STSVE,SHE'SSELFISH/THEY.' -I THINK SHE ENVIES HEAEPWU TALK M6 HAVIN6 A CHILD /LIKE THAT/TISER) WHO LOVES ME... S-YOU ALWAYS SHUSH ME WHEN I STOMP ON THE SHE-WOLF OF WALL STREET.' I KNOW.' I KNOW/ —'MAYBE SHE CANT HELP HER5ELF...IM eoiNS TO HER SUITE AND APDL- •OQ\Z£.. AND JUST WHEN I ALMOST HAD YOU ON THE SIDE OP ALL US OTHEE BUT SUMMER HAS LIGHTED A FUSE— AND WHEN COPPER OPENS THE POOR THE BOMB MAY YET 60 OFF... THE RYAT1, 'WHATSTH'/WATTifR WITH WINKY ^ HE C?ME OF TH' PRIZES >

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