Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 8, 1964 · Page 15
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 15

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, February 8, 1964
Page 15
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Survey Puts Barry in Front CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Sen. Barry Ooldwatcr of Arizona is still considered by Republican leaders in New Hampshire as the front-runner In the presidential primary, a third Associated Press survey of the state's county executive committee members showed today. But Goldwater, despite recent hard campaigning, has not improved his position since December, the new. poll indicated. His chief rival, Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York, showed a slight gain since the previous poll, taken last Decem- er. Nearly half the county leaders participating in the poll said they are undecided as to the probable Republican presidential nominee at the convention next July. New Report OnShelterbelts WASHINGTON (AP) — The government has issued a new report on the shclterbelt project President Franklin D. Roosevelt sponsored 30 years ago. This tree-planting -project was started to put men to work on a program which sponsors believed would help minimize disastrous effects of wind erosion in the Great Plains. -During the 1933-42 period in which Uie project was operated under the shclterbelt name, more than 200 million seedling trees and shrubs wre planted on 30,000 farms in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. The trees covered about 238,000 acres. Th« ' department says that about half of these trees and shrubs have died, some because of drought, some through neglect, some destroyed by livestock and some by being overrun by sod. But the •riginal project • has been succeeded, the department said, by subsequent tree-planting operations carried on by individual farmers and- by local soil conservation districts. Since '{he end of the original shelterJelt project, m estimated additional 428,000 acres have been planted to trees under government program's. In addition farmers and ranchers on their own initiative planted another 200,000 acres. Audiometric hearing" te»ft and demonstrations with no charge or obligation '• by certified qualified consultant. Free home consultations on request. No obligation, BELTONE HEARING CENTER I ftlMk* Ntf* «f OK Cewts 401 N. 3itf P.O. Mi ill MMM M 4-*f4t *«*• City, •ATTUIR* -r IUVI6I AUOIOMITH SAW Of Ntw HampihliVt 33 county committee members, 26 responded to the questionnaire. It asked two questions, "Whom do you consider the strongest GOP candidate against President Johnson now?" and "Who will be nominated in July?" The responses were: *tren««*t Candidate Goldwater—14 Rockefeller—3 Goldwater - Rockefeller even —2 Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge—2 Former Vice President Richard M. Nixon—I Undecided-4 Who Will B* Nominated? Goldwater—7 Nixon—3 Lodge—2 Rockefeller—1 Gov. William W. Scranton-1 Undecided 12. HEALTH CAPSULES l.y Mlrlmcl A. fclH, M.O. \f you WERE IMMUNIZE? WITH T6TANU$ SHOT0 20 VEARS A<50, WILL ONE BOOSTER SHOT GIVEN TOPAV BE RECENT INVESTIGATION? THAT GOOP PROTECTION RE$ULT$ PROM A BOOSTER POSE EVEN IP THE ORIGINAL IMMUNIZATION WAS 20 YEARS AGO. TOMORROW: Hulth CapiuUi |iv*i helpful Inlenmtien. . It i t net inlnid«d t* b* •! • ditgneitic iutut« Vote With Majority WASHINGTON (AP) _ The senators from Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas and Sen. Edward V. Long of Missouri all voted with the majority Thursday as the Senate rejected an amendment calling for graduated reduction in the oil depletion allowance. Sen. Stttart Symington voted for the amendment. He and Long are Democrats and the Kansans are Republicans. The farthest that men have penetrated the earth's interior is about two miles In the gold mines of South Africa. If finrtfeti dlty T«taftrHm Saturday. Nbfitaty §. IfM The ghost of Lady Lighlfoot of Shelsley Walsh, Worcestershire, England, is said to appear in a coach with four fiery horses and drive wildly through the old house. As a finale, she plunges into the moat. DO YOU WANT SOFT WATER? Soles—Rentals—Salt JOHN TATRO •R 4-0484 CslftMfeisvtBY fcJMBBteaiA*ft*am ••.-!—*. W^lu^ •*— w^^sjprfwiw iwvpvmvnWi ••Jriwji vQiV*J Wt^ -MAhr YBBAMA TV^B^BV IABAIS* t\tt ••^••^••B. Uli* • *WhHwrhtof7 ' AUIN'S SAttTY CINTER •INTIRNATIONAL MUPMIRS WMi A WrittM •MMMM f«* m l*n« M Vo* Own ttit Ccrl •14 N. M SM A**- l«rM RR 4-7211 •/IF HOU WERE A N iRtfl^EOTDmVHKj \ BILL,WHATtWULP. A '^00? ' 2-r COULD THREATEN TO BEAT HIM UR.. I U)OND£R IF THAT WOULD B£ ETHICAL To the .AMA; [jA Qi/esTiON 1 .... Si BOT^ MICKEY MOUSE ...THAT WRITES IN UONQMANPM BEETLE BAILEY THE^E BI6SEE.' MUST BE ANP BETTER' POR "fa) TO ETTAKETT i KNEW ir.r THEBC'S WINGEVS CAB IN FBONf OP OU(2 — HE'S PACKED RIGHT THERE ON THE. SOFA ALL DAY/ DAD/-TETLL MOM STAVING TOR^ oiNNEia.* GBEAT GGIEF,! DOESNT Me EVER Ger HOMESICK ? POGO

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