Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 6, 1963 · Page 8
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 8

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E/w's Presley Has a Romance HEALTH CAPSULES hy Mirhnrl A. Prill. M.D. By BOB THOMAS Hollywood i AD—This is news In make Uir younger set flip— Elvis Presley and Ann-.Msrfjrel are having a romance. At least that's the way it looks. You can't always he sure about r omanrrvs of co-stars in Hollywood. That's why somn loral citizens are casting a dubious ejt> on the rrjwrts about Klvis and A-M. After all, they are appearing opposite each other in "Viva Las Vegas." Their behavior on the film set might make you believe that something is brewing between the two. They hold hands. They disappear into his dressing room be- tween shots. They lunch together in seclusion. The other day they were filming a musical number and Klvis was available for onr of his laconic conversations. What about this girl Ann-Margret? "She's really got magnetism, that girl," he said. HP was spfakirtx of her professional style and added that he bad seen all of her movies. All except "Bye Bye Birdie." He'll get around to it some day, he said. That's the musical about a singing odol's departure for the Army. Klvis admitted that hr had seen an abbreviated version in Las Vegas. Did he recognize anyone in it? He grinned and replied, "No not really." Ann-M, when asked if a romance was blooming, responded with a shake of her red tresses, "That's something I won't talk about." She did admit to having been a Presley fan. though, curiously, she never bought bis records. "I lovp this kind of music," she added, referring to the Presley style of rock V roll. "It's so free, so uninhibited. It's not the kind of music I have generally rlone. I've usually had the show- typp of song." It was "Birdie" that marie Ann- Margret thr hit of the teen-agers, especially the prologue and epi- Page 8 i'Aty Tolotfrnm j I Tuesday, August 6, 1963 | logue in which she belted th c title \ I tune. ; IP, WHILE SUCKING THE WOUNP PROM A POISONOUS SNAKE BITE, you ACCIDENTALLY SWALLOW POISON, WHAT SMOULP YOU PO ? Japan Mourns A-Bombing Thieves Get Toadstools ; DENVER (AP) - Police aw i looking for thieves who took two toadstools from th c yard of Edwin ,1. Miller's home Monday. The toadstools, two feet tall and ] ' made of solid marble, are worth i I $250 each, Miller told police. ' -Whether buying or selling, use Telegram Want Ada I ! RELAX IP THERE ARE MO CUTS OR OPEN SORES IN YOUR MOUTH. THE POISON IS HARMLESS WHEN SWALLOWEP. HIROSHIMA, Japan (AP)—The people of Hiroshima paused today to mourn thc victims of history's first atom bomb attack, mad e on their city 18 year s ago today. But they took heart from the signing of the partial nuclear test ban treaty in Moscow. At 8:15 a.m.—the exact time that the American B29 "Enola Gay" dropped the bomb on Aug. 6, 1945 — a swarm of dov«s •wheeled into the air and the Hiroshima peace bell began its sorrowful toll. A crowd of 15,000 stood with bowed heads for a minute of silence befor" the simple, arched memorial to the city's atomic dead Mayor Shinzo Hamai, dresse 1 in , black, refentd to the Mnjcrjw treaty in his memorial address expressing "great gratification that at long last a pact for (.Impartial banning of nuclear weapons has been concluded by tho United Stau-s. th e United Kingdom and the Soviet Union.' 1 Delegates from Red China, Soviet Russia and many other countries were present at th e commemoration today, but they were relegated to the background. Medical experts urge a more liberal use of salt during hot weather, especially by persons who do hard manual work. 12 Votes Shy to End Senate Filibuster Move [ WASHINGTON (AP)—A survey I made for the Senate leadership : shows that only 55 senators—12 short of the necessary two-thirds— would vote now to end any Southern filibuster against President i Kennedy', civil rights bill, the i Washington Post reported today. I Staff writer Robert Albright wrote that substantial modification of the key public accomoda- tions section may be necessary to win additional support from Republicans and border state Democrats. IRST QUALITY ALWAY ,£»MMl«!»V"/W>:t **" j/ rough-textured velours .'; with natural mink trim $59 ribbed wool zibeline !/ with natural mink collar rfbbao! woo! zTbe1in« twothed with bleached wolf . *39 IL ribbed wool zibeline natural Norwegian blue fox _ ........ \\| BEGINNING TOMORROW! 1O DAYS ONLY! NEXT FALL'S FASHIONS NOW! PENNEY'S ANNUAL COAT CARAVAN This traveling coat show is so big, so beautiful we just can't afford to keep it all in one town, too long! It moves on after you've made your choice! Months in the planning i—and it shows it! Months of working with top mills to hand-pick important-now fabrics such as cotton,'n rayon twill ... newsy wool ribbed zibeline... lush plush velours .. .tough yet mellow tweed! Months of fussing with fur trims to bring you natural minks to match or contrast with the newest fashion colors . . . natural Norwegian blue fox and bleached wolf to add great flashes of long-haired glamour to simple coats ... natural raccoon for a sporty typically-American splash! Months of designing discussions to interpret the sensational new seaming out of Paris... to get a full flare flowing elegantly ... to narrow silhouettes '63 to precisely the right degree of newness! Months of bargaining to finalize exactly the prices we consider fair and square ... so early in the season! Come in-look 'em all over-you have just over a week to pick yours-put 'em on layaway-charge 'em! EXTRA TIME to shop EXTRA SERVICES additional wrappers, cashiers EXTRA SALES ASSOCIATES to speed you pn your way EXTRA SPACE to hold the huge collection. PUT IT ON LAY-AWAY OR CHARGE IT! Penney's in Garden City is op;;. * to 5:30 Mon. - Fri.; 9 to 8 Sot Cotton 'n rayon.twill with natural raccoon trim $29 s\

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