Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 3, 1963 · Page 17
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 17

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, August 3, 1963
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Today in History Young Hobby Club Horse Racing at Make a Menagerie Saratoga Begins! From Mailing Tube Page 18 diartlcn City Telegram Saturday, August 3, 1963 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Saturday, Aug. .1, llic 2l5lli day of ]!Mi3. There arc 150 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this (fate in 18G3, the first race was held at Saratoga, N.Y., —the nation's racetrack and officially known as the "capital of thmujflvbred racing." It was in the 1919 Sanford Stakes, at Saratoga, that the great Man O' War suffered his only defeat when beaten by an entry named Upscf. On this date- In 1778, Gen. George Washington was first introduced to the Marquise de Lafayette of France •who became a member of Washington's military staff during the American Revolution. In 1882, Congress levied a tax of 50 cents on each immigrant entering the United States—a tax that was known as "head money." In 1923, Calvin Coolidgc was sworn in as president of the United Stales following the death of Warren G. Harding In 1945, the Allies announced that Japan had been completely blockaded as World War II drew rapidly to a close. Ten years ago: Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold asked United Nations .members to use the U.N. less for voicing complaints and more for presentation of proposals furthering the common objective. Five years ago: In talks at Peking, Russian Premier Khrushchev and Had China's Mao Tsc- tung accused th c Western powers of warlike actions. One year ago: Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro acknowledged opposition to bis Communist regeime in the form of sabotage-and shootings. Truck Driver Killed ERIK Kan. (AF)—A Santa Fe freight train and a truck collided at a crossing two miles west of Walnut, killing the truck driver Friday. Dead is Neal E. Nelson, operator of a Pitlsburg, Kan., grocery, lie is survived by his widow and two children. AN OUNCE OF PROTECTION An ounce of protection i» worth a pound of cure. This is especially apparent when it comes to paying high cost medical bills. Before a sudden accident or illness strikes, be sure you have a low cost .ACtna I,ife Accident and Sicknesi policy. Call us today. MILLER INSURANCE AGENCY I IB E. Chestnut BR 63512 MEMBER GARDEN CITY INSURANCE BOARD G. Everett Milki By CAPPY DICK A boy or girl can create an interesting menagerie of comical animals by the use of pieces of mailing tube. A typical tube, 12 inches long, is shown in Figure 1. This can be cut into four pieces, each three inches long, enough for four animals. Stick toothpicks into the sections of tube for legs and tails (Figure 2). Search through magazines, newspapers and coloring books for pictures of animal heads with the animals looking straight forward. Cut out the heads and mount them on card- Negro Assumes Duties As Secretary of Corps WASHINGTON (AP) — Samuel F. Yctte, a Negro, has assumed his duties as executive secretary of the Peace Corps. Yette was a city hall reporter with the Da'y- ton (Ohio) Herald prior to joining the agency earlier this year in the public information division. -Whether buying or selling, use Telegram Want Aas! BEETLE ¥AI LEY ______ board. Attach them to the mailing tubes with transparent tape. The animals will resemble the kitten in Figure 3. They -may be horses, pigs, tigers, lions, elephants, rhinos, hippos and any others of which you can find head pictures. For finishing touches, color thc mailing tube bodies with your poster paints applying stripes, spots or other markings that are characteristic of the animals represented. * Monday: A -Good .Game -to Play When You Give a Partyl Toothpick Legs SHAMROCK SERVICE MOTOR TUNE-UPS Let us install a new all steel Muffler for you with a lifetime guarantee. OPEN 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 132 W. Kansas BR 6-9959 Representatives of 104 nations attended the recent World Food Congress in Washington. Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman served as chairman. . vacation time comes only once a year, You and your family deserve to enjoy yourself without- a care In the world. Meet tho cost with in Hand from friendly B • I «C. Stop In or phone for the money you need. Right awayt 110 West Chestnut, Garden City Open Mon.-Fri—9-5; Sat. •»•» Quick Service Number BR 6-7626 WHAT'S YOUR FA'/ORITE FOOP? MINE is SIPLOINJ STEAK SURROUNP5D By MASHEP POTATOES AND RICH/ BROWN GRAVy.' MINE \s LOAPEP BUTTEP AMP /' STRAWBERRY PRESERVES' ETTA KETT / VViNCEVS SEMDINJG COWDV TO OBEDIENCE SCHOOL ACEM'l YOU X , ' ' , "i THE TPAlNJEf? SAYS HE'S THE DOG IN HIS CLASS VVATCM — GO FETCH YOUR BOOK./ THCQE SEC? HE WANrS ME TO HELP HIM WITH MIS HOMEWORK.' MICKEY MOUSE WAU, I'VE GOT TWO GIRLS — POGO 'd A SSSTAUffANT NgA«3V 60 0V NAMg: Of CAF6 (Whites Only)""- H* *AY If* AW1. " W&I.U !? YOU WA5 A , WOUI.P VOU

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