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December 27, 1957

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lill I lill I •Pew-- / Weitlviiii, NEW YORK Fri&ay, mam Y6U Haven't Finished Ri§^di nf The taper Vo u Haven't Read The §lan t-Ads I r Artn6imc«m«ntt 1, Auto*, Trucks, frailer* I For Sale Hi Wanted JUST IN CASE — You have been MOBILEHOMES — See the new j FRED D. RICE — Music House | WANTED JUNK — All' kJndi. worried about the cost of advertising we want to let you know that 11 costs only four cents ,a word to put a classified ad in the Vfc]lsv)ilc Dally Reporter. Call 53 GOOD USED —"Television sets for sale. T.V. and auto radio repairs. 74 S. Main St. Phone 2276. Fire escapes, column posts, table legs. All kinds of welding. Jolm .Ross. 44 E. Dyke St. '68 Trotwood 40' x 10' 2 Bedroom with Front kitchen. Also '58 General's at Stannards MoMlehoitae Sales. Tel. 4312-.T2 after 5 p.m. BUY AT PETERSON BUICK Phone Wellsville 563 tor the finest In HfFI RCA, Zen , J. tnfltnpsan, phone 4385-W-3. 1th, Motorola Webcor. WILL BUY — Used crib, must be POLAR GRIP — Recapping in \ in good condition. Phone. 389. Town and Country Trend. Fully i NEEDED~~Af %S n 9M. d> JUenBllD8 Flrest ° ne | good complete herds and number .of Springers and AUTO INSURANCE i monthly payment plan. Call M4. | Hyslio * Hyslto , fresh cows. Call or write Rumseys' at Whitesville, N.Y. or Westfleld, Pa. delay. The best front end service i of. Is * right up Lester'* Alley. Lestor "rr. Chevrolet Co. Phone 415, Wellsville. IS ALCOHOL — Causing you trouble? Write Group A. A. Post Office Box 361, WHlsvillo, N. Y. Meeting every Wednesday evening. Lost, Found, Strayed 4 LOST — Silver earring in vicinity Of Main 9t. If found, call Mrs. Carlton Schmidt, 528. . Business Service 6 OPEN S A.M.- 10 P.M. — Everyday. Sundays, 9 a.m. - 0 p.m. Beer, ale, complete line of meats, groceries. Amidon's Grocery, 332 Dyke St. __ ALL MAKES — Of sewing machines motorized. Expert 'repairing. Lin Dexter, Phone 377. G b^ M I^J? r AuE Parts rU p C hon°e r WOMAN TO BABY SIT - Days 300. 276 South Main > '**«• «"**«* works ' Ph « ne 420G i MONTHLY CL.ASStr'ir.D — Con| tract saves you'monej. You pay only 8 MShta per line, yet your i ad reaches tne puoHc everyday of I the month. Call 53 for further In' , formation. Automotive Service 10 FRONT END — Alignment saves tires. Makes your car handle j QUALITY USED — Furniture. You right. Our modern vlsuallner lets may find just the "extra piece" you see corrections needed. Don't ( you've been lacking for that room of. yours. We take them In o n ra.de-lns"—You profit the savings! Chapman ^ Dnrroui Ware- Lease a New FORD - MERCURY . Passenger Cars—Station Wagons You make no investment Write or -Phone HOLMES MOTORS, INC. , Nunda, N. Y. Phono HO 8-5570 house, Genesee. Pa. Real Estate For Sale 19 leal Estate Brokers 24 SUNNYDALE DISTRICT —Build" Ing lot, 75' x 130', priced to sell, Other listings wanted. Earl L. Dblph, licensed broker, Cuba, •N.Y. Ralph W. Harris, licensed salesman. Phone 4251-J2, Wellsville. Auction Service 26 NEW 1958 NATIONAL HOME Three bedrooms, can be built on your lot for $10,000.00. Call Wellsville Realty Company 1494, eve nings, Ruth Brown 1880 - Leo Ludden 1457. TWO FAMILY HOUSES — Two bedroom apts. Fine condition. Two car garages, good locations. Gco. B. Clark, Jr. TOPSOIL ?- Rlcn dirt, no stones Excavating - ° trenches, septic tanks, lines. Call on Don Hunt, j Belmont 5585. NEW OFFICE FURNITURE — Desks, chairs, filing cabinets and safes. Stocked in Wellsville and sold by Paul Edson. Phone 323. Help Wonted 11 WAITRESSES WANTED — Apply in person. Cross Diner. GAS HEATERS — All sizes and typos, fcasy terms Jucngling Firestone. Plinnc 902. SAWS FITTED—All types and 32. Aflter 6 p. m. sizes. Planer and jointer blades OPENING - In long established sharpened. J. II. Hendershot.i local firm for the right young 1353-M, Valencia ENJOY LIVING S ' if -L f , e* Stevens Street—4 Bedroom,, can be purchased with $1000.00 down, balance $50.00 a month. O'Connor Street—Repair it yourself, large lot! Street—3 41 Howard $5,500.00. Bedroom, USED WASHERS — Ranges and refrigerators. Harris Hardware,! Rauber .Street Convertible, 3- Belmont. bedroom, well built, $7,500.00. Phone Morningslde. Ave., RADIATORS CLEANED — And repaired. Dean's Auto Tarts. Phone 300. HUG AND FURNITURE—Cleaning in your home or at our plant. Experienced work. Phone 518. Rosser's Laundry and Dry- cleaning Co. man who is willing to work and has completed his required military service. Duties will be office work and wholesale selling. Please apply in own handwriting to P.O. Box No. 112, Wellsville, N.Y. for Sale 14 READING — And D.L. and W. Blue Coal. Chesnut and Stove, CESS POOL — And sepHc tanks: $28.00. Briquets, $25 per ton. F.E. cleaned and installed. Back hoc j Lunn and Son Lumber Co. 256 W. •nd dump truck service. Calli state St., Wellsville. Phone 426. Patton's, Almond. Phone 3463 or! TM T j~FREEZE~^~And nTtl^es FLOOR SANDER " " ^' o '" whatever else is "^ l ° rent. Everything you finish your wood floors. GARAGE DOORS — Of all types Harder Place — 4 Bedrooms. Mod- for sale. Most sizes in slock for. ern kitchen, $10,500.00. immediate delivery. F. E. Lunu' • ' , I : East Dylte Street—3-4 Bedrooms, I YCF&K" LIVESTOCK — Center: to buy, sell, or trade, one animal, or an entire herd, large or small. We solicit your patronage. Phone Rumseys' • 72 - at Whltesville, N.Y. & Son Lumber Co. "EASY" DOES IT See the new large lot, $12,000,00. no heat IIclwc. FOR GAS —"Circulator heaters, see the Brilliant Fire line at Robbins Hdwe. gas drier with the new feature of Stannards Rond—2/3 acre. 4 TJed- sct wrinkles. Robbins j rooms, $12,000.00. , Mapcs Road—School bus to door, 4 Bedrooms, price reduced. •New Ranch Home—Can be bought with $1,000.00 down, $98.00 a month. * Riverview Heights — New, modern ranch home, $13,5,00.00. THE FINISHING TOUCHES — Mfikc the difference between expert and amateur workmanship in your home carpentering. Get your builder's hardware from Hopkins Lumber and Coal Co. Machines for! completely winterize your car. J need to re- Potp's FVIpnrilv Sprviro F. E. i i Pete's Friendly Service. Lunn and Son Lumber Co., 256 W. State, Phone'426. ; FOR RENT — Floor Sander, y" cdger, hand sander, steam wall COMPLETE LINE OF — Boy and girls shoe skates for this winters ice skating enjoyment Chiavelta Bros. Hdwe. paper remover. White's paper and Paint. W a 1 1- PORTABLE AND HI FI — Record players. Good selection of table radios Chiavetta Bros. Hdwe. Business Opportunities 7 1 BE READY FOR SPRING — Order your corn, grass legume and oat seed now for spring delivery. Be sure you get the right seed for your fields. Whitesville G. L. F. Service Inc. Phone 19. MODERN TWO BAY — Service Station for lease. Write Box 407 Phone 168 Weltsville, N.Y. Autos, Trucks, Trailers 8 53 CHEVROLET — 8 pass, suburban % Ton chassis, reconditioned throughout. $780.00. Lester Chevrolet Wellsville. 53 ,GMC % TON — Pickup. Cattle Tack, 4 speed trans. $695.00. Lester Chevrolet Co., Wellsville. YEAR END USED CAR SALE AT TED EBELING MOTORS On Tne Bolivar Road Several Low Mileage Cars .Just Traded In ENJOY TV — Wherever you are Take advantage of our sale. Put a used set in the den for as little as $15. Hamilton Radio & TV. 1951 HOUSE TRAILER — 31 feet long. Phone 605-R. TYPEWRITER REPAIR — Expert work by factory - trained mech-j anics on all makes, models. Rea-! sonable charge. Work guaranteed Call 53. Mason's. } CONVERTIBLE TOPS — For all makes and models. D & J Body Shop, Bolivar Road, Phone 1854. WELLSVILLE REALTY CO. —1494— Evenings, Rufch Brown,— 1880 Licensed Broker Evenings, Leo Ludden — 1457 Licensed Salesman Apartments For Rent 23 AFTER THE MOVIE stop fjor a drink and a sandwich at the Modern Diner. WASH YOUR OWN — Use of sta-1 tion and car wash equipment, 50 cents. Short's Dyke St. Station. .... f LOWER — Four room'furnished wny - I ?°. t apartment. 70 Hanover St. 1246-J. BIRD FEEDERS — Many sizes. ' Fassett. SEE THE NEW — Easy Washer- drier combination. Robbins Hdwe. NO EXTRA CHARGE — For three hour odorless drycleaning service. Wellsville Dry Cleaners, 24 E. Suet and seed cakes. Chiavetta FATHER'S LOUNGE — Chair a bit dingy? Celan it with new Bros. Hdwe. WHEN VITAMINS — And miner- j Blue Lustre. Rockwell's. als have left food, they .do not COMBINATION ALUMINUM — . return. However we can supplement your every vitamin need Hall's Drug Stb're. 'SELL THE RUMSEY WAY" — Enjoy the best in farm service, on 1 a commission basis, or, to sell your farm property outright, for cash, call us anytime at Westfield, Pa., or Whitesville, N.Y.— Rumseys', BABY FURNITURE — Complete line, including play pens, carriages,- chesfc of draws, and High chairs. Juongling Firestone. Ph. 1957 Ford Custon "300" 2-door "' Sedan. Brand new. Save AMMO RELOADING — Supplies. $600 on this one. | Powder, primers, bullets, press- 1957 Fairlane V-8 4-door Sedan. 1 es , etc. Kay-Cee Tackle Shop. Demonstrator, low mileage. TM qiir A Tirn iiNrnFPWE-An F™ New car guarantee. You get INSULATED UNDERWEAR—For . , , ... H i work nr iMnv $9.R vwliif ti\v SIR OS a real deal on this one. 1956 Ford V-6-Victoria. A beautiful low mileage, one owner car, fully equipped with radio, healer, power steering, safely belts, outside mirrors, ' work or play. $25 value for $15.95 KayCec Tackle Shop. SPECIALIZING" Storm and screen windows from $18.50 to $20.95. Seal out the winter cold. House of Glass. Phone 1106. WHEN IT COMES — To the best in dry cleaning you catn't beat Rosser's Laundry and Dry Cleaners. Exclusive user's of STA-NU. COMING SOON — Super Kern Tone and Kern Glo in 564-beauti- iuj decorator colors. Freshen up for the long winter months ahead. Sherwin Williams Phone 2384. YOUR DECORATING — Headquarters for paint and wallpaper. Stisser's, 54 N. Main Street. Farm Equip. & Supplies 16 In subteen sizes. Coals, dresses, blouses, skirls, knit suits,* and slips. Sizes 8-14. ., Charm Center. Extras 0 dl ' iVe """-MOOS LINGERIE ^ ByTMojud-and Blu e 1955 Fo h rd r V-^ConverUblerSo I *™- f° WnS0Qa " dn nef ? ligee , "ft heater one owner lust trad^ i slips> sl)ortv gowns, floor length ed in at $1450 ! gowns and P« ntles ' Also matched 1955 Fairlane • Woop'v-8." Ford-o-1 S« tB ' Us » ° ur Iwaway plan. - matic drive. A ' sharp car. I Charm Center. Just traded in ....$1395 LADIES — 1955 Ford V-8 Customline> 4-door Sedan, • Ford-omutic drive. Exceptionally clean through- USED FARM — Machinery bought and sold. Farm equipment. Leon'* Garage, Andover THREE ROOM — Furnished apartment with private bath. Call 434-M after 5 p.m. SMALL FVJRNISHED — Apartment with kitchenette and bath. Centrally -located. Phone 1710. FURNISHED — Apartment with garage. Phone 1194-M. WBEN-TV Tonight 5:00 — Film Featurettc 5:15 — Children's Theater 5:55 — Weather Forecast 6:00 — News & Spo'rts 6:15 — Cisco Kid 6:45 — Douglas Edwards 7:00 — Sword of Freedom 7:30 — Leave It to Beaver 8:00 — Trackdown 8:30 — Dick Powell 9:00 — Mr. Adamsand Eve 9:30 — Schlitz Playhouse H):00 — The Lineup 10:30 — Person to Person 11:00 — Late News and Weather 11:15 — Sports, Chuck Healy 11:30 ' — Friday FilmFeature "Footsteps 'in the Dark," Errol Flynn, Brcnda Marshall. Saturday 7:30 — Color Test Pattern 8:30 — Popcye Playhouse 9:00 — Your Museum of Science 9:30 — Capt. Kangaroo 10:15 — Film Featurettc » 10:30 — Mighty Mouse' 11:00 —Susan's Show 11:30 — Film Featurcflc 12:00 — The Jimmy Dean Show 1:00 — Beat the" Champ 2:00 — The 'Gator Bowl Game '4:30 — Approx. National Hockey League-Game 6:30 — Death Valley Days 7:00 — University of Buffalo 7:30 — Perry Mason 8:30 — Dick and the Duchess 9:00 — The Gale Storm Show 9:30 — Have Gun, Will Travel 10:00 — Gunsmoke 10:30 —"The Silent Service 11:00 — Late News and Weather 11:15 .— Sports, Dick Rifenburg 11:30 — Saturday Playhouse: "Green Grass of Wyoming," Peggy Cummins, Charles Coburn, Lloyd Nolan, Burl Ives. Hew Stamp Denotes Freedom of Religion NEW YORK I/PI—A 'new three- cent religious freedom stamp w$at on sale today in Flushing Queens. Postmaster General Sumnier- field, in remarks prepared for the ceremonies, said that taking re- Ugious freedom for granted could be the first step toward losing it. The issue of 100 million stamps commemorates the Flushing Remonstrance -of 1657—a demand for religious freedom for all. Three hundred, years ago today, a group of Flushing residents drew up the, remonstrance In defiance of Gov. Peter Stuyvesant. It was directed at the governor's ban on Quakers. . The majority of Flushing fnob-| holders, not themselves Quakers, I signed the remonstrance. It de-1 government ex- the liberties en-1 Summerfield said a number of the signers suffered severely in the ensuing 15 years, • but were willing to endure persecution, prison and loss of worldy goods rather than relinquish their beliefs. In 1662, John Bowne was arrested for allowing Quakers to meet in his Flushing home, but won acquittal. - • • > - *• •• "Bowne's acquittal brought an end to religious persecution in the colony and vindicated the valiant and unswerving stand of the remonstrance against interference with the inviolate right of > free men to worship God in accord with (.lie dictates of their own conscience," said Summerfield. "Public opinion hat! checked the arbitrary use of government power to suppress basic human freedom." He noted that this principle later was to be incorporated into the Bill of Rights. "By Uie issuance and use of 100 Former Stockbroker Given Life in Prison B A L C O N Y S C E N E — Prince Rainier and Princess Grace, <MtH young daughter In Mortacan costume, appear on palace balcony on holiday marking eighth anniversary of his rule. circumstantial evidence since ' no trace of his wife has been found. He fled to Canada nearly a year after her disappearance and was arrested 1st April al fie Canadian border near' Detroit. LOS ANGELES UPl^The rest of I Dep, Dist. Ally. J. Miller Leavy, his life in prison, instead of death [• in the state's gas chainber, has been decreed for L. Ewing Scott. The penalty verdict was returned last night by the same jury which' convicted him last Saturday of murdering his wealthy Evelyn, 63. She disappeared the Scott heartless man." 'cnld a cold, from their fashionable Bel-Air home 2 years'and 7 months ago! and has n6t been seen since. | The 61-year-old formpr stockbroker took last night's verdict as calmly as' he had his conviction of first-degree murder. He blinked during preliminaries iread by the court clerk. At the words "imprisonment for life," he pursed his lips and raised his hand to smother a cough. ' "Mr. Sc'btt Is pleased, obviously," his chief defense counsel, P. Basil Lambros, said later. "He to Describing Mrs. Scott's liquidation of her $600,000 estate under Scott's direction and the wasting away of the assets after her disappearance in May 1955, he told the ' SHOT TO DEATH ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. MV-H. Sanford Williams, 48, president of the National ^Retirement Foundation, an organization to help older people, found shot to death Wednesday. His wife and their two children also were found fatally s(jot and police said Williams killed them and then killed himself. FURNISHED — Apartment, four rooms' and- bath. 216 Madison St. Florida was once a '• colony of Spain and Great Britdan. It was later ceded to the United States. . lonal Advertising Representative: B .Mathevira Special Agency,- Inc.. adison Avenue. New York, N. V. Wellsville Daily Reporter Published every afternoon except holidays 'and Sundays by Wellsvllle Dally Reporter. Inc., 159 N. Main 'St., Wellsville, N. Y. E. Wlllard Barnes, President and General Manager; Mary P. Barnes, Vice President and Secretary; HaeL. Rowan, Managing National JUllus .Ma 400 Madison ,.. _. Entered at tha Postofflce at Wells- vllle. N. Y., as second class mall matter. Subscription Rates:- By carrier, payable weekly, 30 cents; by suburban mall delivered day of publication one year. $10.00; 6 months, $6.00; eM other mall In Allegany and Potter Counties, one fear.$8,00; 6 months, »4.50; 3 months 02.50; outside Allegany and Potter Counties, one year, • $12.00: $1.25 per month. All mall subscriptions payable •trlctly In advance. MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS. The Associated Presi Is entitled exclusively to the line. for republlcatlon of all the local news printed In thl§ newspaper,, a* wall u all AP newi dli- Knit suits, dresses, skirts, blouses, sweaters,, coats, jackets,! purses, Jewelry, pajamas, and dusters. Use our layaway out. Low mlleago $1295 | jjian. Charm Center. 1855 Ford fl-cyl. 2-door Sedan. A * real buy at $905 1054 Ford C'usloniline 2-door. Overdrive, radio and heater. One owner. Just traded in 1 at $845 1054 Mercury 2-door Sedan, equipped with overdrive, radio and heater $895 1953 Ford V-8 4-door Sedan, Ford- o-matic drive. Exceptionally clean, at $845 1953 Ford V-8 2-door, Ford-o- ACROSS I. Garden tool 4. Makes well 9. Shelter 38. Lure 40. High card 41. Cereal grass 42. Near B E T 1. T E. T E. R 3B I3DKOBI3 RDH SD taan an ranifincaaa QOBIBB HE! HQBIHiaQEl BUD IX Not at home 44. So. Ameri- 13. Choice part • can river matiq drive, radio, heater, top condition $825 1952 Ford V*8, 2-door, overdrive, at ..$495 1952 Chevrolet 2-door, power< glide, at v .$545 1932 Chevrolet 4-door, power; glide, at $565 1951 Mercury 2-door Sedan $395 Trucks 1052 Ford Vis-ton Pickup 195? Ford a /4-ton Pickup 1948 Chevrolet Panel Truck 1959 Dodge Cab and Chassis Many Others to Choose from Terms — Trades TEP EBELING MOTORS Your Ford Dealer New Location on the Bolivar Phone 908 or 508 Open Evenings Hd. FULL STOCK —"of Century Winter grips and Gates Polar grip tires. For safer winter driving see Hancock's Sinclair Service. FIRESTONE — Town and counlry tires guaranteed on ice, snow or mud. Russell's Service Station, Scio. ROLLS — Parkerhouse, party, butter, cloverleaf, water, poppy- seed, . sesame, whole wheat, pin rolls, cinnamon rolls, Philadelphia buns, butterfly, butterscotch, filled buns. Reuning's Bakery. Reporter Clawified Advertising CASH RATES—1 or 2 Insertlpns, 4o per word per day, 3 or more consecutive insertions, 2'/ 3 o per word per day. CHARGE RATES—} or 2 insertion*, Sc per word per day; 3 or more consecutive Insertions 3,0 per word per day. Skip d»y Inserfton* take single day rate. Minimum Cash Order—48o. Minimum Charge Order—60q. Minimum Words—12. Oopy must be In office by to am. to Insure Insertion the 6nme duy. Contract Bate for month or longer upon application. The Reporter reserves the right to edit or reject all copy. ErrorsTn ads should be reported promptly »s we will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. BLIND AD HANDLING CHARGE Far ads addrewed pare of thli> office, there will' be » handling obargt of 35c. 14. Entirely 15. Doubtful 18. Nothing 19. Strive 20. English letter 22. Filled pastry shell 26. Toward 28, Dowry 30. Kitchen stove 31. Sack 32. Well- behaved 34. Auto 35. Auction 36. Tolerate 46, Blunder 47. Exist 40. Placement side by side 63. Literary bits 04. Dried cassia leaves 85. Food fish 56. Deserter 57. Woody plants 68. Belgian commune DOWN 1. Jump SI. Belonging to us aansra •olutlon of Yeit«rd«y't "Pwil* S. English school 4. Underground room 10. Old musical note • 11. Building angle 5. Rubber tree 18 u?? wt * 6. Edge l.Gr. letter 8. Determine 9. Fine and delicate pay 17. Anger 20. Margin 21. SateTlita 23. Speed contest 24. Girl's name 25. Fairy tale . monsw < 26. Soft mineral 27. S-shaped molding 29, Soft drink 31, Torment 33, European coin 36, Outset 37, Meal 39. Water wheels 48, Partly ope* 43. Food fish 45. Mimic 46. Ancient slave 47, Blessing 48, Purposes 50. In4fsn memorial post 52.Pept.io Peru MX TIMfi U Syria was occupied by the Ottoman Turks before World War One. It was under a French mandate between the two World Wars. million of these new three-certt sa id nothing except, 'I want ... Religious Freedom-Flushing Be- see you tomorrow morning so that monstrance stamps, the Post Of- we can go to work on.the motion fice Department hopes it can con- for a new trial."' tribute to a greater awareness of The motion was made by Lam- the events which occurred in bros when Superior Judge Clem- Flushing town 300 years ago and- ent D. Nye set Jan: 14 for the the importance they hold for each formality of pronouncing sentence, of us today," Summerfield said. The motion can-be argued then or The s ; amps wilt go on sale gen- i within 10 days thereafter, erally in the nation's 38,000 post' T his was the first use in Los offices tomorrow. Angeles County, of a new Califor- pRpcorTPF- crAiw nia court •' procedore in death- m^tr^ E I penalty cases. The jury deter- TOKYO (B—Japan has its high' mines guilt and ' punishment at pressure door-to-door salesmen,; separate proceedings. to °- ,. • - - . • • j The 7 men an(1 g wom en jurors Police reported today that- one deliberated 4% hours before decid- threatened a housewife With a live, i ng O n punishment, snake until she bought Ms wares. Jurors told newsmen that in more than three days'. delibcra- The pack load a 'U. S. Army lions preceding the guilty verdict foot sholdier will now have to carry Saturday there was no sentiment on march is only 55 pounds, in- for acquittal. eluding 25 pounds of weapons and Scott was convicted solely on ammunition. I • Belfast Soldier Present&M Food, Clothing to Germans SECKENHEIM, Germany (ATIT- NC> — Army Pfc. Calvin A. Webb, 23, grandson of Mrs. C. S. Webb, Sr., 32 Angel St., Belfast, is ' a member of the 7762d Quartermaster Company which prcsenteb Fdod and clothing to needy German families in Seckenheim during ^no holiday season. . ' . A key punch operator, Webb entered the Army in February 1957. He completed basic training at Fort Carson, Colo., and arrived in Europe last July. Webb is a 1952 graduate of Belfast Central High School. .„ RCA Television In Full Color Malfery Radio & TV Phone 438 Bolivar Road Wellsville. N.Y. RED RYDER By FRED HARMAN I DOrt'T CARE ' SLO HAV3DIE0 THAT StN FlSHT YOUR. HUSBAND 6E ttAD NVE STOPPEC IV\ ft FOOL FOR AUCE TO INSIST I TO A DUDE. By LANK LEONARD MICKEY FINN HUMPH! ACOUSTICS! ) WE'VE COT TO THINK. IPON'TOUITESEE IT IMS BECAUSE OF THE HOWyQUANPBLASKO \ WONPERFO. ACOUSTICS? NOWHE'SGOIN'TO GET SCIEHTIFlfc! ISN'T ) WE CERTAINLY CAN'T COULD HEAR THEVWCfS I YOU KNOW IT WAS ALWAYS SO PHIL HAS Y y ES! HE SAID THERE WAS AN AUDIENCE ABIGCROWPATCIANCVS -WHEN YOU WERE SO / SAIB THATIF AN ACTOR . THERE SOME WAY WE PUT UP WITH THIS WE CAN CORK HIM OFI; ) ALL WINTER! FAR AWAV FROM T«6 / PR0RPEP A W IN THAT • cTAr.ei • S v>inTUFATnF-.wm AGAIN, EH? / LAST NIGHT • AND, OF COURSE, , THAT'S WHERE HE IS RIGHT NOW! OI.P THEATRE r you By DICK BROOKS THE JACKSON TWINS ANP SUE'S HOKKIED ) I'LL LET THEM IN AN? THEN MAKEWUK ABOUT TECHNIQUE MA ABOUT JUNIOR OK (?APPV%S MCVIES/ JAN/ By HAM r-ISHER JOE PALOOKA PAL.OOKA... YOU'VE B66N MRS. WILSON -SAID 5H6 WANTS TO SEE US, ANN,* ORIVING...VOU'R6 NERVOUS AS AN EXPECTANT FATHER