Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 11, 1964 · Page 6
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 6

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TAIL •Til «dmit you're the school* Rook, but <&t you think be writing your au Young Hobby Club Player Is a Note In Game of Song By CAPPY DICK My nc. ' -ake-L'i-a-^ng" game cm be a lot of fun. V.icre inline re ulna i:r.vers — eight to represent notes of the nv. :al sc h, anl the ninth to be the leader-composer. Th« eig'<c who r:presei:t tie notes •tand in a line as in the picture. 'me first player at the left end of the row sings low "Do." He is not allowed IT sin* any other note. The next player to the right t •** "Re," a-nl that note oniy. The third player sings "Mi," and so on up tne scale. 1'^e leader holds up bMh hands to demand attention. He then j • i. •• r.iRy r he v.lsnes to sound the first note and to other ^.w, cue i.i. a i'-.ie, rimnos- ing a turn.. ** may foe a familiar i. . > .• i ie rw makes up as he goes along. , to start with a familiar tune, such as "Home on the .-. ..'• . ;J V../1 ..-' U ',JOd idea to write out the notes ahead o. . • • If the leader wants the same to. i! &-U.K , J jinn at the proper player with two fing ""•.V ie»or«-S«tM- it! Win a Big Award! Dorticos Modifies Boost Of Cuban Sugar Crop HAVANA (AP) — la a rare move, President Oivaldo Dorticos has modified a boast by the head of Fidel Castro's Agrarian Reform Institute that Cuba would produce 10 million tons of sugar in 1968. President Carloa Rafael Rodriguez of the institute made the claim Saturday night in a speech to a group of sugar technicians in Camaguay Province. Dorticos Issued a statement Monday. night warning that it •'is important to clarify that the revolutionary government objective is to reach a production of 10 million tons for 1970." Leader Composes Time Viewers Can Do Little To Sove TV Program By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP niMltlsn-Jladld Wrlftf NEW YORK (APMVhat can elevision viewers, distressed by eports of cancelled programs, o to save their favorite shows? fery little. They can write letter* to the etworks. But the fate of most ntertainment programs hangs n the size of viewing audiences ased on estimates made by a esearch organization. In prime evening time—be- ween 7:30 and 11 p.m.—the lumber of sets tuned to any one tetwork program runs between 6 million and 16 million. In general, any show that attracts 30 per cent or more of the estimated sets in use probably will survive for another season. To over-simplify the compli- ated ratings situation, let us assume a sponsor invests $1,000 n a program that is seen on 0,000 sets. That menus it costs lini $100 to reach 1.000 families. On the other hand, if 100.000 sets are tuned to his program, hat cost per thousand is reduced to $10. The one thing which interests most sponsors of entertainment shows is reaching the largest customers for the lowest possl- jle cost. Those incrtdiblt Beatles prob- City . Etbnury 11.If M ably have rolled up a television audience record on Sunday night's Ed Sullivan show. According to Nelson samplings taken in only the New York Metropolitan area, a massive 72.7 per cent of all sets in use during the hour were tuned to CBS. A rival rating seivicc, Arbitron, found that Sullivan's S normal Sunday night audience I had Just about doubled National ratings won't be available for ja couple of weeks. Recommended tonight: Telephone Hour, NBC, 10-11 (EST) —Opera star Joan Sutherland is among the soloists. MICKEY MOU$E Roman coins unearthed at medicinal springs in the Pyrenees suggest that present-day Panticosa was a pomilar resort in the first century A.D. DO YOU WANT SOFT WATER? Salt*—Rental!—Salt JOHN TATRO IR 6-6484 CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES to the Storm Cattle Losses Down AMARILLO, Tex. (AP)-Coui- pared to the thousands of cattle frozen and smothered in the blizzard of 1957, last week's cattle losses in the Texas Panhandle were next to nothing, ranchers say. More cattle were killed by locomotives than by the weather. Over 300 head of registered and stacker cattle were struck by trains during the blinding spow of the two-day storm that whipped across southwest Kansas, northeastern New Mexico and Texas, and Oklahoma Panhandles. Approximately 210 head have been found frozen under the snow- Some cattle drifted more than 29 miles from their home pastures. —Whether buying or selling, use Telegram Want Adit Scottish chimney sweeps signal their partners by emitting plaintive mopnsi This assures that both are working in the same dark flue where there are rooftop forests of chimneys. Boy Scouts of America 54th ANNIVERSARY We are proud to be part of the Scouting team! Boy Scout Week Feb. 7-13 BUT NOW THAT IT'S FINISHED BEETLE BAILEY WHV WDULP PUT A UGMTEP CI6AB. IN Vt>U« EAR? ? ETTA KETT YOU MCAM YOU PLAY IT ALL THE TIME YOU'BE TALK IWQ ?.« HOW CAN YOU OM A CONVERSATION! WITH TMAT GOING ? IT'S BACKGBOUUO [ MUSIC .'KEEPS V IN A ROMANTIC MOOD.' POGO THE DEPEHDABLES: SUCCESS CARS OF '64 Tilt fuel b regular, The performance is premium. Premium performanct doesn't eo?t a nickla extra in i '64 Dodge. Beciuse under that handsome hood lurks the largest standard engine in the low-price field (318 cu. to. V8). It doesn't cost you extra at the gas pump, either! Regular grade fuel suits it just fine. Podge i$ as luxurious it it is lively. The Polari 2-door hirdtop •bove, for instance, features * rich saddle-grain vinyi interior, a comfort-providing flip-down center armrest, foam teat padding, and thick will-to-wiU carpeting-all standard equipment. Yet it's priced light with compilable models of Ford and Chevrolet. IB |U| tbft V* tw»nty-twp Oodg« models to choose from, la three series. Each is a low-priced car. And each is backed by a long, Strong 5-year/50,000-mile warranty.* You could easily pay more for such a fine automobile, out why should you? See your Dependable Dodge Dealer instead I '64 Dodge FIVE POINTS MOTOR CO., 712-20 Jones "THE BOB HOPE SHOW," NBC-TV. CHECK YOUR tOCAt UfTINQ. NUFFY SMITH YOU VOU PON'f THINK MIAN ID . ___ . PO ANY eoow HOUIT, MO// m VOTI I'LL BUILD ME RIP-ROARIN 1 FIRE AS SOON AS I THAR DON'T FRET YORE GIZZARD WOMAN YE OUGHT TO STAY AWAV FROM THAT OU STILL TODAY PAW- IT'S FREEZING COLD" STEVE CANYON BY THE TIME WS T TH«B MAV I 65T HBK INTO NO HURRX IN CAU-ING THE KIP... BETTER PUT YOUR TELEPHONE DISPATCHER ON IT... HEK IPENTITV CARD LISTS A DAUGHTER. AT MAUMEE UNIVEKSITyJ PBIVgfc ONLY.., 2HT WHATCHA W SLEEPER- OOT,EENIE M OH HEART.' WE (5AV£ HER THE RYATTS /AMP TOO OLD FOR THE BLONDIi THEY'RE SO UNMENTlQNABte, \ ^—( I CAN'T EVEN YOU MEAN (NMENTIONABLES i||||^ MY WIFE ASKED ME TO PICK UP SOMETHING FOR HER "3

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