Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 6, 1963 · Page 7
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 7

Garden City, Kansas
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Tuesday, August 6, 1963
Page 7
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MARMADUKE Ikt Sails to Normandy For S*ntim*nfol Vlilt PORTSMOUTH, England (AD —Gen. Dwfcht D. Eisenhower sailed today on a sentlmontal journey to the beaches of Nor- rvandy—scene of one ot the est moments of his career as \\\pi em? Allied comrnnndcr in En. rops in World War II. l r !st.nho\ver sailed In the British dcstrovtr Gluirka to featuri In ;> U'lcv'«'on film being made for do 20tli anniversary celebrations next yrar of the Illst3rlc 3944 landings Unrdnn llty THctfrAttt Tueiday, August 6, 1943 Soviets Launch Cosmos MOSCOW (AP(--Hie Soviet Union tod fly launched another Co.t- mi s earth satellite an unmatuirl M-irnltik research vehicle. Tho launching was anhoiiiKvd by Mo?e<iw Radio. It said thi< ws No. 19 in the sprie,« of sat!'ni."i whicli began AO\-\H up in March .Ui, J!'fil!. // RUN (THEN H6 BALKED M THE lNS TH «hfe SNUFFY SMITH Me an 1 Mommyduke are gonna plant a threak garden! DouglasPlansWedding BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) [ —Mercedes Douglas plan to miir- i ry today—The day after her for- j mer husband, Supreme Court Jus-1 tice William 0. Douglas, married i a girl 41 years his junior. Mrs. Douglas divorced him six clays ago. ..Monday—as her husband's marriage to a 23-year-old government girl was making headlines — Mercedes Douglas came up with some news of her own: At 6 p.m. today, at the hom e of a friend, she would marry Robert B. Eichholz, 52, a Washington attorney. ; Mrs. Douglas is 40. Their sudden marriage plans tame as a surprise to many—as did the marriage of the towering, white-thatched justice to a secre- tary whom he lirsl met when she \vas a college c'tfA. Jaycess Should Fight Race Problem: Headlee TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Richard Headlee of Bountiful, Utah, president of the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce, said Monday that Jaycecs should fight discrimination on the local level. Headlee, in a message to Jaycee presidents in 50 states and the District of Columbia, urged individual chapters to work at "seen- ing out and eliminating any unfair racial situation which may be purported to exist." AT MST! It's the end of our year, when its traditional to make gifts of our cars (by cutting prices, raising trade-in allowances and relaxing terms). So come in while the spirit moves us to play Santa Claus. MILHON MOTOR COMPANY 807 I. Pulton ISHORT SLEEVED SPORT SHIRTS 77c AUGUST DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS J.M.MCDONALD co. Boys WESTERN JEANS 13| oz. denim — 100% cotton. Sanforized — shrinkage controlled ..Slimes or regulars. 6 to 16. 2/ $ 3.00 $ Ladles SUMMER DRESSES Assorted fabrics. 4.00 - 7.00 - s ll. 00 Boys CREW SOCKS Ribbed top crew socks Size 8 to 10—white only 3/88c Boys Knit-shirts or printed broadcloth shirts Size 6 to 14 — Limited supply Ladies SUMMER DRESS SHOES Broken sizes — Values to $8.95 Whites & Bone colors only $ 3.77 One Group GIRLS SHOES White strap pumps & summer Sandals Regular to $4.99. Not all sizes. 1 MEN'S BRIEFS 100% cotton .. . double panel seat. -Slight irregulars of nationally .famous brand. Size 30 to 42. 57c Boys LONG SLEEVED ORLON & WOOL KNITTED SWEATER SHIRTS 80% Orion — 20% Wool Heller Jersey. Plain heather colors. Talon Zepher nylon zipper. Placket front. Button down collar, embroidered breast motif. Green Blue - Grey - Cranberry Red. $' Size 6 to 16. 1.99 UTILITY SUIT BAG Scotch l*laid — made of finest embossed vinyl. Holds 1 to 4 garments. 42" suit length. $1 Ideal for travel or in home. I • Ladies MATCHED SPORT SETS Matching Blouse & Jamaica Short sets Matching Blouse & Capri Sete Assorted colors — Sizes — Fabrics Regular to $8.99 2.66 - $ 4.66 - '5.77 Men's SUMMER DRESS SLACKS Wash & wear or woolen type fabrics. 30 to 42. Reg. to $7.95 Pleated Reg. to $9.95 $ 5.00 UnplTated 7.00 One Group TODDLERS DRESSES Size 9 mo. to 3 years. $ 1.67 Reg. to $3.98 ! 2.67 3 To 6X Range GIRLS SPORTS WEAR Play Shorts - Skirts • Sun Skirts • Capri Pants Matched Sets 77c-'1.00-'1.44 Discontinued and Odd Lots — Regular $9.95 CURTAINS — DRAPES — Cafe styles Valances 67c VALANCES Panels — Tiers — Ready made drapes Curtains arid Drapes '1.37-'4.77-7.77 7 to 14 Range GIRLS SPORTS WEAR Jamaica Shorts — Knit Shirts Blouse & Short Sets — Capri Pants '1.00-'1.50-'1.99 Entire Stock GIRLS & LADIES SWIMWEAR Toddlers — Girls — Ladies Not all sizes. '/2 PRICE Ladies SUMMER JEWELRY Earrings & Necklaces 33*» P' US Regular $1.00 value <*OC Fed. SUMMER FABRICS Assorted sportswear and dress type fabrics. Values to $1.98 a yard 57c Yd. REMNANTS Good selection to choose from. V 2 PRICE Small Group LADIES SUMMER PURSES Straw or Leather. Asst. colors Regular $2.98 values. '1.00 plus Fed. Ladies SUMMER SLEEP WEAR Gowns —• Pajamas — In asst. fabrics. Reg. to $9.00 '1.77-'3.77-'5.77 One Greu One wreup TOWELS 6 WASH CLOTHS Assorted fancy and solid colors. Bath Towel Hand Towels Wash Cloths 73c 43c 21c CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT TODAY SAKES ALIVE!! VB CAN TELL YORE MAW, HONEY POT- WHAT SORTA NAMB DIDTHEVCALLYE? I AIN'T NEVER QOIN' TO PLAV WlP JU6HAID SMIP AN'THEM MEAN Oil BOVS AS'IN-THEY JEST CALLED A NAME STEVE CANYON THE RYAt'u NORMAL TIDB ANP WIMP PRir-T 5HOULP HAVE PUT A RAPT ABOUT HERE AT THIS HOUR THE KIP HA* -AND SHORE-LINK- GPPIBS COUUP HAVE SNA5fiEt> THfr RAPT. HG COULP BB ANYWHERE -- AMDMlS'fY AMt» W/MKVAflBTXiklAIG THEIR MAPS BLONDIE BUT I STILL THINK HE SAID TO PICK UP A CHAIR BEETLE BAILEY SIR, i UNDERST^NP \ ITS BEEM /"""^i THSHE YEARS v*—'-r S:NCE you -;-- 'rIEAKP FPCM THE )/ MAk'l IT WILL YOU FEEL AH/ BETTER, SIR, IVE BEEN IN THE AfcMV FOR I? YEARS , ANP I'VE I NEVEP. ' .HEARD FROM THEM/ c J/T1V i MELP ;e9 ^ v ANP - ETTA KETT AU-VOUi; GOMc .'• HOW WA VOUB PAQTY It VOU 5LJPG YOU HAD A K?t:AL fciOOD TIME .' MICKEY MOUSE OH, IT'S JUST THAT TI-IE HOUSE DOESNTSECM TO e>e UPSET ^ ENOUGH/ WHAT MAKES I YOU THINK >}\ WE DIDN'T f NO.. L&T'S TRY IT SY THAT CMAlKI NO-NO... rr'LU BBTTBK BY THS ! PO "rOD MINP IF 1 AV3VK TMI3 ONB AKOUNP V TILL -YOU MAKE UP V^... VOUR MINP? POGO { MJAN. THI* OWM LAW WA5 & TWO IAM& M6ANIN'/ A CriXU"' MOW'b VOW 1.K& A PUNCH IN (4£/MpyW / 1 (fljwflW ^i> c£J / „ V VOU T N&MMIN6, I A I^UNCM IN MOM ff! 60N6 WAUfV'C

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