The Kane Republican from Kane, Pennsylvania on November 12, 1954 · Page 8
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Kane, Pennsylvania
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Friday, November 12, 1954
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s'W' '".' fr.'n - fe' 'L - 'Wi - T THE KANE REPUBLICAN. KANE and MT. JEWETT. PA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 1954 PAGE EIGHT ) Lov - ere Hand Creme Contains Cocoa Butter. Lemon Juice. Lanolin LIMITED TIME ' FREE 35c jar With Each 69c Jar. Both For . . 4 femp!e Pharmacy Mrs. Marie O'Donncll, Mrs. Mary Bizzak and Mrs. Louise Carlson were dinner guests at the Mt. Jewett anniversary Rosary Society dinner Tuesday evening. E. L. HILL. O.D. OPTOMETRIST 111 DAW SOX ST. Phone 12U7 for Appointment I Beity Dixon CANDIES Exclusive in Kane at ARCHERS Fresh New Shipment 1 lb. regular . $1.30 1 lb. deluxe S1.45 1 lb. All Milk $1.30 1 lb. Pastel Assortment . $1.25 1 lb. Pecan Frogs . $1.45 Banquet Peppermints '. . box 45c Almond Buttercrunch . box 60c nDnmnrLYTriE I NOVEMBER 8 - 20 r: YOU CAN USE OUR CLUB PLAN 26 p. Service for 6 in Clint, reg. $80.80 $6 - 1.64 Stiff', Crr amrr, esrh res, 117.50 $14 AH Purpose Tray, rcg. 112.50 $10 Cake or He Server, rrs. $6.73 $S.40 Individual billi and Peppers, YOUR JEWELER ,as"i Hank nidg. Teary Farewell Ti","r",TTnT' t , A. A BOWING OUT of show business, Betty Hutton breaks Into tears as she receives gifts following her farewell performance In Las Vefc - as, Nev. Said she, "This Is the end. I'm giving up show business." , (International GRANGE BOOSTER NIGHT SCHEDULED NOV. 15 Mt. Grange will have , Booster Night next Monday, Nov. 15, at 8 p, m. Booster Nisht is one of the nights when Grangers hold open house and invite the public to attend an interesting program. A play, "The Dummy," will be gfven along with some special musical numbers. Refreshments will be served following the evening's program. ' . ' Mrs. Maxine Gate wood, the Grange Lecturer, is in charge of the entertainment. Mrs. Martha Lindquist is chairman of the Home Economics committee. WORD WARFARE. PITTSBURGH UP The Soviets are engaged in "word warfare" which "can kill as lastingly as .38 or .45 bullets," according to Julius N. Cahn, chief counsel for the Sen ate Foreign Relations Committee. Speaking at a Veterans' Day meeting of the Federation of - War Veterans Societies of Allegheny county, Cahn labeled Russia's emphasis on peaceful co - existence a "new brand of Hokum Unlimited." I ' )( V lI. 7 t - rM Ct.your luxurious goljlcn - liued' m... - . xvmtm etf it all items listed below! Brilliant, beautiful Dirilyte is the color of I gold all through every piece is solid, not plated every piece will last a lifetime. It's equally perfect with modern or tradi - 3. - 1 tional accessories equally thrill - ing for parties and everyday use. 34 pr. Service for Eight in Chert, res. $102.80.... Oval Centerpiece Bowl, reg. $5S Cold Meat Fork, Berry Spoon, each re. $6 $82.24 ...$44 ,..$4.80 $5 Gravy Ladle, re (t. $6.2j. Tall salts, Peppers, each re g. 16.75 . $5.40 each rrg, 3.......$2.40 U.S. AND ALLIES PLAN MOVES TO TEST REDS VIEW ON THE COLD WAR WASHINGTON (UPJ The United States and Its allies planned early moves today to test Soviet Premier Georgi Malenkov's professed view that the East - West cold war has gone too far. The tests will range all the way from watching the . treatment of Western diplomats and their families In Moscow to probing Soviet policy on plane incidents in tne Far East and Red strategy on Germany and Austria. American officials from President Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles on down are interested in Malenkov's expressed desire to prevent war and work toward normal relations through diplomatic channels. But officials said trie Russian leader's warm words will have to be matched by Russian deeds. Ike Shows Fenre. Wish In both actions and words, Mr. Eisenhower has shown his intense desire to do everything possible to avoid any steps toward a possible H - bomb war with the East. If sincere, Malenkov's views, as expressed to Ambassador Charles E. Bohlen in Moscow Sunday, are assured of a thorough but guarded consideration at the White House. The first American test will be a new note to Moscow on the destruction six days ago of a U. S. B - 29 plane by the Russians. The 'note will make the usuul claims for compensation and reject Moscow charges the Uniled Slates was at fault and, in addition, take a new step by acknowledging n seeding Russian offer to take measures to prevent further incidents. In about two weeks, the United States, Britain and France will give Malenkov's words a bigger test. An Allied note under preparation in London will leave the door open for four - power talks on Germany and remind the Russians that their approval of an Austrian treaty would be a major boost for peace. Anatomy Drawings Create Mild Stir CUSIIING, Okla. (L'.RI Police sent to a cafe after complaints that the place had "nasty pictures" found two large charcoal and chalk creations hung on the walls. Missing the storm created by his work was the artist himself, R. B. Harris, Jr., son of the cafe owner. Young Harris is a third - year student at the Art Institute of Chicago, where he is studying to become a medical illustrator. Harris' father said the two draw - ings won his son a second scholarship at the school. Police Capt. Joe , Rowden, who lays no claim to being an art critic, said he found nothing in the drawings to shock anyone. "They looked like a study in anatomy to me," Rowden said, "and if that's wrong, then we'd better shut down the swimming pool. You've got only two unclad figures on the walls, and you've got dozens of them at beaches and pools." Gets A Break In Traffic Case LOS ANGELES U.R Col. Robert L. Steinle received n traffic ticket several months ago neur Salome, Ariz., but lost it after returning here. He asked the Arizona highway patrol by letter what to do, as he did not "wish to jeopardize my welcome In your hospitable state." The colonel received in reply a letter from Ernest R. Hall, justice of the peace at Salome, who told Steinle he thought he had mailed him a notice that a $10 fine was due. The justice added that he could check his records, but he would not.. "The sole object of the fine is not Just to collect the money, but it is to impress the traffic offender so that he will be deterred from committing the offense again," Hall wrote. "You have shown it did make an impression on you, so your case is dismissed without prejudice," Although chow mein Is a true Cantonese dish, chop suey origi nated in the United States. It is made on the same principle as na live Chinese dishes. Weather Statistics NOVEMBER Temperature Precipitation Mas. Mln. Snow , Inches 1. 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