Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 5, 1963 · Page 7
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 7

Garden City, Kansas
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Monday, August 5, 1963
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PONYTAIL fl King Fwtofej Syndic*!*. Ine . 186S, World ric'nts rc "He is TOO singing in ENGLISH!" Young Hobby Club Today's Project Is Light Game r.'. By CAPPY DICK Today's fun-project is an experiment with light beams. To get started, you will need several mirrors, a flashlight and a fe\V" friends to tane part. One player will use the light and each of the others will need a mirror. The adjoining illustration shows what happens. Each player pretends to be on a planet. The player at "A" is i on Earth, sending a beam of light with his flashlight to Ethel, the girl at "B" who pretends to be on Mars. Ethel's mirror must catch the beam of the flashlight and send the reflection to "C" where Fred pretends he is on Jupiter. Catching the reflection In his mirror, Fred beams the light to "IJ?!*."where Alice pretends to be';;op. Saturn. She catches the beam in her mirror and reflects it "to* "E," where Marty pretends to be on Venus. Catching the beam with his mirror, Mar- j ty focuses it back to Bill, the Carnand's Grains of Sand SMALL TOWN KIDS It is amazing the number of folks you find in the cities who came from the farms or small; towns. It is also remarkable how well many of them have don-o in their new environments. There i$ something about the atmosphere of the country and! the small town that inspires young people and gives them the b a c k g round to compete favora- with the young r >^ people from the city who have seemingly more I a d v a n tages in [many instances. The colleges land universities j Deidre Oarnandget mor e good athletes per capita from the small towns than from the cities. The business men are happy to get boys from the farm to work for them because they know how to do things with their hands and their heads as well. They arc alert and eager >to get ahead. Perhaps it Is because the farm offers a good opportunity to develop muscles and know how at the same time. It gives a youngster a chance to get close to nature and gives him a broader viewpoint. A boy or girl from the country can get back and take a better look at the way people act as individuals and not as a member of a teen age gang who I dares not deviate from the group in actions or dress for fear of being criticized or laughed at by the others. Often the small school lets the youngsters and the teachers have • a closer contact and understand- j ing. It gives an opportunity for a i greater inspiration to be receiv- j ed from the instructor. There is a larger opportunity for leadership. Many of the student leaders in college come from the smaller schools where they have had a chance to develop leadership. ' i Som'times folk t ask where all j the people in the cities come j from.-A lot of them come from j the sljiall towns. I Page 7 Garden City Telegram Monday, August 5, 1963 player with the flashlight. Inasmuch as Bill has no mirror, the reflection stops with him. The experiment should be conducted in a dark or semi-dark room for best results. It will be necessary for the players to stand in positions Planet Signals where their mirrors can pick up the light beam as it bounces from one to another. Not only must the bouncing beam strike each mirror, but the mirrors must be held in such a position that tlie beam will continue" from player to player. Tomorrow: How to Make • Pair of Miniature Doll Stilts) Second Buddlhist Monk Dies in Fiery Suicide SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) —A Buddhist monk in his early twenties burned himself to death in the second fiery suicide protesting alleged religious persecution by President Ngo Dinh Diem's government in South Viet Nam. Nguyen Huong set fire to his gasoline-soaked robes Sunday m a public square in Phan Thiet, a fishing village 100 miles east of Saigon. HEALTH CAPSULES by Mlchai-l A. Pclli, M.D. \<? THERE ANY CONNECTION BETWEEN HEART ATTACKS ANP HEAT WAVES ? YES. HEART ATTACKS ARE MOST COMMON AT THE BEGINNING OF A HEAT WAVE BEFORE THE BOPY CAN APJUST TO THE HEAT. Jhe Chioel *'»> N ° steps Nixt Monday Garnand Funeral Home Will Present More Grains of Sand AIR CONTROL CO* HEATING AIR-CONDITIONING SALES, INSTALLATION AND SERVICE 112 S. Main BR 6-8072 We Service All Make*! Mobil* Sheet Metal Shop OGUE RECOUNT ALUES UOLLAR DAYS Wed,, Aug. 7th — Thurs., Aug. 8th — Fri., Aug. 9th — Sat., Aug. 10th or as long as quantities last. Last Call On All Summer Merchandise! Many timely items for the present hot weather and warm weather ahead. Several itoms very suited for back to scho.ol. Shop now and save many dollars. BOLEROS NYLON DRESS GLOVES BULLSEYE •KAS THREE BIG PRICE GROUPS Dr. Pepper Days -10.00 - $ 2.00 $ 4.00 Here are many items ideal for back to school that will save you lots of money. $ 2 •II SPORT SHIRT & BLOUSES Limited quantity. Broken styles, colors and sizes. Reg. 4.00 & 5.00 values. Each T-SHIRTS Reg. 3.00 and 4.00 values. Each '2.00 '2.00 BERMUDAS Jamaicas, and Pedal Pushers. Limited quantity. ». '2.00 BRAS Fine quality white broadcloth. Adjustable cups 32A thru 42C. Reg. 2.95 value. Each "2.00 PETTICOATS White dacron and cotton. Small, medium and large. Reg. 3.00 and 4.00 values. Each '2.00 SLIPS Nylon and acetate. Right from regular stock. Eight colors. Sizes 32 thru 44. Reg. 3.98 value. Each '2.00 SWEAT SHIRTS Back labeled in brown on white—"Garden City Buffaloes." Sizes small, medium and large. Reg. 3.98 value. Each '2.00 BRAS D cups. Fine quality white broadcloth. Right from regular stock. 32D thru 42D. Each '2.00 $ 4 •II PURS&S Reg. 6.95 thru 16.95. Each 4*00 plus fed I. rax BERMUDAS & JAMAICAS Several stylet and colors, most all sizes. Reg. 5.95 thru 7.00 values. Each '4.00 GIRDLES & PANTIE GIRDLES Of finer quality. Panties with high rise waist and girdles either waistline or high rise. White. Broken styles and sizes small, medium, large and extra large. Reg. 10.95 and 12.50 values. Each '4.00 PEDAL PUSHERS A ANKLE BONES Several styles, white and many colors. Most all sizes. Reg, 5.95 thru 7.00 values. f* '4.00 BRAS Long line. Fine quality white broadcloth. Adjustable cups. Sizes 34B thru 44C. R*g. 5.00 value. Each '4.00 SPORT SHIRTS & BLOUSES .Famous brand names as Lady Manhattan, White Stag and others. Slightly soiled . . . wash a blouse and save dollars. Broken stylet, colors and sizes 8 thru 16. Reg. 5.95 thru 8.95 values. loch '4.00 SKIRTS In a wide ^election of fabrics and materials. Many excellent styles Ideal for now and beck to school wear. Broken styles, colors and sizes Bthru 18. Reg. 7.95 and 8.95 values. Each '4.00 DRESSES Limited supply, worth several times this low price. '4.00 no.oo DRESSES — DRESSES DRESSES Last call on summer dresses, however there ar* some that will take you back to school and Into early fall. TWO BIG PRICE GROUPS Each one worth several times this ridiculously low price. $ 10 - $ 15 md SWIM SUITS 1/5 OFF REG. NO APPROVALS, NO EXCHANGES, NO REFUNDS ALL SALES FINAL JOIN THE CROWD. LEARN THE WAYI IN GARDEN CITY IT'S NOWI The Shop IARUIST WITH THf LATIST

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