Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 10, 1964 · Page 8
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 8

Garden City, Kansas
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Monday, February 10, 1964
Page 8
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18 f Hy Monday, February 10, 19*4 Beatlemania Mystery to Elderly Viewer By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Television-Rtdio Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Anyone who is not a torn-age girl obviously is unqualified to comment on the sight of the Beatles in action. Heaven knows we've heard them enough, ft has been Impossible to get a radio weather bulletin or time signal without running into "I Want To Hold Your Hand." Now, having seen the four performers on Ed Sullivan's CBS show Sunday night, Beatle- mania is oven more of a mystery to an elderly viewer. They sing close harmony, stomp their feet and play electric guitars, but so do a lot of crew-cut American boys in slacks and sweaters, and the Americans cause, no riots. Bcatle clothes look about two si*es too small, and I've seen sheep dogs with more attractive hairdos. But thousands of squealing young girls get their message. Camera shots of panting youngsters in Sullivan's audience were disquieting, in fact. Judy Garland did a one-woman show Sunday night, a brilliant hour in which she sang everything from "Hapiness Is Just a Thing Called Joe" to "America the Beautiful." Her Sunday night bour may be one of the season's casualties, but not for her lack of effort or of talent. NBC's "White Paper" on the Cuban missile crisis of October 1962 was a day-by-day chronology of behind-the-scenei events that carried the world to the brink of nuclear war — and back. The program started with the rumors of a missile buildup in Cuba. Then it moved into • careful reconstruction, showing how President John F. Kennedy and his advisers had mapped their course and ordered mobilization. The hour-long documentary skillfully mixed news film with interviews of Kennedy advisers. —Whether buying or selling, use Tele-rrnm Want Ads! Garnand's Grains of Sand Almost TOO years ago—a great American said: "You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong. "You cannot help small men by tearing down big men. "You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich. • "You cannot lift the wage «aru- er by pulling down the wage-payer. t "You cannot keep out of trouble j by spending more than your Income. "You cannot further the brotherhood of man by inciting class hatreds. "You cannot establish security on borrowed money. "You cannot build character and courage by taking asvay a man's initiative and independence. "You cannot help men permanently by doing for them what they could and should do for themselves." ABRAHAM LINCOLN Th« Ch»P«l with N» SUP* Nt«t MotHfeV tffMMl Funcrol Horn* WIN Mw• Grata of taM ?Svre| and thrifty too... TVJATS TWC JOY 0^ SHOPPING AT ID6/*1 FOOD V/AKJ CAMP£ Grated Tuna COUNTRY KITCHEN DELICATESSEN FOODS f /b Tasty LIVER 'n ONIONS Hfjorry Thrifty! Too! Lb. Deviled Eggs 4 ^ 25c "TAS-T-BAK" Frtsh Bakery Treats OftMOQC PUftCMAM VALENTINE COOKIES rVotttd VoJt.iHno Cookiot ^ m Cup Cakes Sfift »~96c iNrffll IrVnlppftv %flWOBI Abe Lincoln logs CCOWKJ PO1KJCC lonquet Pi . Baked Potatoes SpocidUbot HEINZ TOMATO SOUP _ Bl»itk«f» IEANS 2K,19e

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