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1963

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  January -

GUS FOLLOWS A COLD TRAIL

July -

GUS ANSWERS A FALSE ALARM

  February -

GUS TACKLES A WEE BIT OF SCOTCH

August -

GUS GETS A TIP FROM TV

  March -

GUS GOES GUNNING FOR BUSINESS

September -

GUS HELPS A HOMESICK CAR

  April -

GUS MATCHES WITS WITH A MISER

October -

GUS SETTLES A FAMILY FEUD

  May -

GUS AND THE CASE OF THE MYSTERIOUS MISS

November -

GUS WARMS UP A COLD CUSTOMER

  June -

GUS TRACKS DOWN A FOREIGN AGENT

December -

GUS PICKS UP A PACKAGE OF TROUBLE

 

In the News...

●    France and West Germany sign treaty of cooperation ending four centuries of conflict (Jan. 22).

●    Michael E. De Bakey implants artificial heart in human for first time at Houston hospital; plastic device functions and patient lives for four days (April 21).

●    Pope John XXIII dies (June 3) - succeeded June 21 by Cardinal Montini, who becomes Paul VI.

●    U.S. Supreme Court rules no locality may require recitation of Lord's Prayer or Bible verses in public schools (June 17).

●    U.K.'s Profumo scandal (June).

●    Civil rights rally held by 200,000 blacks and whites in Washington, D.C.;

●    Martin Luther King delivers "I have a dream" speech (Aug. 28).

●    Washington-to-Moscow "hot line" communications link opens, designed to reduce risk of accidental war (Aug. 30).

●    President Kennedy shot and killed by sniper in Dallas, Tex.

●    Lyndon B. Johnson becomes president same day (Nov. 22).

●    Lee Harvey Oswald, accused assassin of President Kennedy, is shot and killed by Jack Ruby, Dallas nightclub owner (Nov. 24).

●    Kenya achieves independence.

●    Betty Friedan publishes The Feminine Mystique.

●    There are 15,000 U.S. military advisers in South Vietnam.

Automotive News

●    Studebaker ceases U.S. production

●    Front seat belts standard