PAf.E 10—N'ACCATi;CK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7, 1M9 THE STORYOF THE SAVIOR Two Holy Women BY WILLIAM E. GILROY, D. D. After the angel's visit, Mary "went into the hill country with hoste" to visit her cousin Elisabeth •ndtdl her what had happened. (Luke 1:39.) She saluted Elisabeth, who said, "Blosied ort thou among women ... and whence is this to me, that the mother of my Lord should come to me?" (Luke 1:40.42,43.) Mary remained about three months before returning home. At this time a son was born to Elisabeth and Zacharias. They named him John. He became known as John the Baptist. Walter Winchell (Continued From Pugo 8) with releases that the show wns j the biggest hit in town, The Times drama man, Sam Zolotow, called Todd's aHonUon to tho cll«crepancy. "Your auditors." said Sam. "are trying to prove you're lotting a for- tunue. And your press agent claims you're making a fortune. How about Joseph was troubled when Mary told him what happened to her, but the angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream, saying "Joseph ... fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife." (Matthew 1:20.) 12-7 "All I have to say," replied Mike, "IH that each department Is functioning perfectly." They are nttmlng thn varloim foreign ways of saying .Santa Cluuo. "In France It'a Pore Noel," nal.1 ono chap. Another offered: "It's St. Nicholas In Holland. " A third I added, "In England It's just plain Santa Cluas." "Ho moixnH." hackled Dun Rclioll, "In England it's just plain Uncle Sam." Vlnhlnoky »»}'« Huhitln had Bomb In '47. They dlddcn need It then. The l>lchct sljatt wua doing 1'ino. Dldjex hear about the Unverly HillH tot who told a playmate: "I'm gonna get Bturlcd on my ChrlntmeH List early thiH year. It's getting bigger than my Father's Day Lint!" Irv Iloffmuii r«luyn UI|K CluiH. Schwab story. He wad once offered 00 million for l)ln Intercut In Bethlehem Steel. He talked It over with MrH, Schwab. "Whnt do you think?" Him iiHkud. "I think," he wild, "wo Hhould take It. If you InvCHt your 30 million, you could maka n million and a half a year Interest. AH for me, I'll be a man of leisure with all my time to myself." Mrs 3. was unconvinced. "No," she aald. "What will 1 do with nil that money and what'll you do with all thai, time? Ix-fs fm^ct it." Hem: ".I. Tarm-ll Tllomax u-iw jii»hamr<l of liin real name (Kern- l«y>, and rhiincfd It i<> TlnmiiiH." Anil now TlioiiijiH'll )>•• rhniiKixl to u niuiiljer. I'OHl r«[N>rtc»r l-'rHdln drburiki*! the argurnunU of »omt: Amerlcunn that Spain could Ktund bc-tweirn us and KiiHHla. )le quoU-d \Vi*Ht<>rn diplomats to th« effect that Franco could hold out .-tnywhcrt! "from J(J mlnutc.-s to four houm!" "Top Va/.U Hark In llllidlllMV Power." Yeah ] know. I rend all about II In WlriHn'11'n wlitilf rolyum tltli-d: "The Poor. Poor N:izln." Headlinet "Carganfjui Dnad!" .M'wolV There'n utill Toot* Bhor. 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