Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 10, 1964 · Page 7
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 7

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PONYTAIt "I don't know about the national ****»**•*% the local economy to in bad .hue,.. .every one of my boy friends is BROKEl Young Hobby Club Two Sponges Needed To Make a Twirler Economists Expect Spurt In Business By SAM DAWSON AP Bu»ln«»» N«wt Analytt NEW YORK (AP) - Many corporation economists are quietly revising their predictions for 1964. In most instances (they are raising their sights from the levels of only one or two months ago. They are telling company executives to look for « quicker spurt In the general economy than seemed likely awhile back. Their bosses can translate this into at least a better chance to increase the firm's revenues and net profits. The economists could be wrong. They've been known to be in the past. But many of them think the next few months took even brighter than they did in the final quarter of fiardcn City Telegram MMdoy, Ftbraary 10, If44 /"ANlHJt;STKIN6\ A9CEDA HOLY MAN, "THE HOLY MAN SAlO:' TO REMAIN taSff tfwtttaaaasss. «.*/*•<,, MICKEY MOUSE By CAPPY DICK Here's how the "Sponge Twirler" is made and how it works: Get two synthetic sponges three and three-quarters of an inch wide, four.and half inches long and three-quarters of an inch thick. Select different colors so you can see how colors blend when they are whirled. Cut a slot in one side of each sponge (Figure 2) making it five-eighths of an inch wide arid one and seven-eighths of an inch deep. Join the sponges by pressing them together at the slots (Figure 3). Find • straight stick about 14 inches long to use as a twirler. Tftss the sponge into the air, then hit one of its four projecting ends as it descends to cause it to twirl and rise into the air again (Figure 4). . ,Soon you will be able to hit the whirling sponge in such a way that it will spin to the left on one ascent, then to the right on the next ascent. This is caused by the way you strike th« projecting ends. Twirl With a Stick If you wish, you may use two sticks, one in each hand, *o men twirl the sponge. Beofre long, you will become so skilled that you will be a We to perform many stunts with the twirlsr. Roving Snokt Bock Is Bock in His Cog* ALIQUIPPA, Pa. (AP) — Aliquippa's roving boa constrictor was back in its cage today. Pet shop owner Clarence Mineard said he found the six-foot snake Sunday right where he expected to—in the basement of the pet shop. The "baby" boa escaped from its cage Thursday. A fairly intensive search in the jhop failed to turn up the snake. Mineard said the snake posed little danger because it is too youns to have much crushing strength. Boas are not poisonous. 17 Formosa n Minors Killed in Explosion TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) — All IT workmen trapped %y an explosion Sunday at the Shui Kang Coal Mine near the North Formosa port of Keelung were killed. Chinese Nationalist police announced today the bodies of the men had been recovered. The •were working at the bottom of a 3,000-foot shaft when the blast occurred. 1963, when annual forecasts were made. Thtir rMtonlng; —A federal tax cut seems assured, and much sooner than expected last November. The cut in the amount withheld from pay checks for federal income taxes should give consumers more to spend than first thought —and much sooner than businessmen had hoped. This biggest prop to the economy- consumer spending—should be stronger than ever. — President Johnson's frugel- ity promises have lulled at least the worst fears of the fiscally conservative. At the same time, business economists doubt if still more federal funds would be long withheld if an unexpected downturn in industry seemed to call for any government pump priming. Total federal government spending is not going to drop materially at any rate. —'Businessmen indicate they think the Washington cHmate has turned more favorable for business. This belief ilready is coloring their planning. In the last three months many companies have sweetened the outlays they plan for expansion or for new equipment. This second source of economic growth should be larger this year than last. —While federal spending holds fairly steady state and local government outlays seem sure to rise. This feeling of greater pros perity might fade in later months, but many corporation economists are now betting that 19G4 as a whole sHpuld be much better than they once thought. —Whetner buying or selling, use Telegram Want Ads! Local er Long Distance MOVING Call BR 6-7471 DAVIS Van & Storage Company jt «rlitocr«tlc now belong! to oni «f Motordom'i iplc masttipieces : the 1932 Lincoln Corwtrtlbl* Sidan (body by D«ltrlch)-from H»rr»h's Automobile Collection, Reno, Nevada. Something money cannot buy The continuity of craftsmanship connecting these two cars deserves consideration by anyone still impressed by old- fashioned virtues. Experience is the key. Experience inspires pride. And pride is what shapes metal into something more than just another big car. Lest you think this a bit vague and somewhat emotional- witness the most recent result of this accumulated experience. The 19$4 Lincoln Continental. The only American automobile ever accepted as a Classic in its own time. Here is why. It is elegant, but not bespangled. It is spacious, 'Manufacturer's suggested list price _.m .mn-n-i ~ but pot bulky. (Engineering and design genius contrived to make every 1964 dimension larger without appearing so.) It rides soft, but drives firm. Its style is imitated, but without courage. Its price stands at $6292,* which is rather remarkable considering all the luxurious equipage included in the base price. We could go on. But why not discover the value of experience from the driver's seat of this modern classic. LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MILHON MOTOR COMPANY, 807 E. FULTON ITS A NICE MOUSE.. GOOP VIEW UNCA -VMCKEV7\ 1 UIKE THIS 7 HOUSE...p^ _J » 0t+~- , ,' .'«,«.'' ;••:•, BEETLE BAILEY I'M AFRAlP VOU WERE ONLY MAUF- TW6NTV-PIVi BEETLE.'. WHAT ARE YOU POIN© IN BBS? IN THE MIDDLE OF THE AFTERNOON?/ ETTA KETT / DONT YOU THINK l| / |T'D BE A NICE IDtTA IF VOU HELPED V HIM WITH YOUR .HOME WORK LISTEM! DOESNT THIS NUMBER REALLY TURN YOU ON ? X E . S ',Y DAVID WAS DAD V GOOD ENOUGH TO COME OVER- POGO >OJ'5 SUN A #X MONTH AMP MINUIt m 10 WAC80& OM PfeA ?0t W fOW-PM AMNUffc HOUR I* 10 TAK& IT UP WITH SNUFFY SMITH PARSON-Wl LIVE HELP US VOLUNTEERS RUN OFF A FIRE DRILL? 6HORE,SNUFFy~ WHAT CflN I DO PER VE ? CLANG YORE CHURCH BELL AN' ALLTH'-FELLERA WILL COME A-RUNNIN* HOPE VE GIT GOODER TARN THAN I D STEVE CANYON HALLOWEEN NIBHT ATMAUMEE EEALLY FALLS ON TOE EARLY EVENIN5 OP THE ANNUAL SNOW BALL WHILE ON THE /MALE SIDE, TICKETS ABE LOST ANP FOUNP AflAIN, CAK FAIL TD'STABT-THEN FINALLY HICK OVER- BUTTONS; VANISH ANP FRATERNITY PINS MAKE-PO.' THE 6005E HAN6S HIGH AT OLP MAD/WEE., BUT ALONG A LONELY STEETCH CF HIGHWAY MILES I AWAY. THE RYATTS ERNIE, WHAT WAS THAT NAME ASAIN? i 5MP NO EATING CANPV /\WAV FROM H/M; \\: ILONDIE ALL THAT COMMOTION OVER A POSTCARD

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