The Berkshire Eagle from Pittsfield, Massachusetts on December 2, 1960 · 11
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The Berkshire Eagle from Pittsfield, Massachusetts · 11

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- MONTPELIER, Nit (UPI)-Orie of the nation's youngest governors- e. lect is going bard after the born of plenty for his state.- - But .33-year-o1d, F..Ray 'Keyser tixit"It'L 12A( TIA ,Highest Quality Table Model TV in Pittsfield Supor-Powered IV Ch'iSssis High-Gain 1-Sta9e I. F. Amptifcatiot "Local-Distance" Control lt,A0grriatic Noise Invorsioe Circuit 0--A4ontinized Picture Tube Shatterproof Glaro-Freo Paco Plato Miracie-Tene FM Sound System 1, Ono-knoll Simplimatic Tuning Magic Mornory Control - Built-in Antonse AC-DC Operation , . OPEN 9 A. ) 9 P.M. DAILY! We will Deliver Christmas TV Sets , 21.1NPH HARDWOOD CARINIT TV' MOOR 2 153i Ultrasonic Tool 1Tested as a! , Bomb 'Can Opener' , NORWOOD RI An "ultran- - sonic can opener" for opening steel-encased --, unexploded - bombs without generating excessive heat 'is -beiriVitn-died-bi-itigineets at its jommeMat apparatua and 'Memo diviscptent,On - Nor-, ,wond,,410 Raytheon Co. announ,cet The engineers are experimenting, sound" tool under a contract from the Navy's Bureau of Weapons. ' , Ultrasonic--impect grinders are now widely , used , in industry to tric hard and brittle -materials, A 4oel-411oving up-431,44o' we 25t 000 times a second, drives an aiveiiqi'I4- against the work to be cut. Although the tool itself never touches the work, the tiny particles in the liquid cut the work to an accuracy of 'two 10,000ths-of-an inch. - 99 , z-They're slippers rust like (rids, swell for relaxing! Made of Soft capeskin, featuring môccastrtvamp. Shear ling toppeci,-- padded soles for comfort,' fleece lined for warmth. Brown or blue leather. reNever minct ) the boughs holly... she'd rather have Marvell& Ii ' for Christmas 'r',:,Air. r I The Sarong Two is not only corn- efr- ,!,:? : ,- pletely different -44 it controls-- , ' ,- .., ''...4,,.1 -v:04,41 yr. 1,k.: your figure wth more comfort - 4, : 0 4.k .., -,....-4.;44 ) 1;,. ,-., , --- - tharriou !yip -eveiknowrr .-171.- 7------ 1 Iff-'16i, wide eTastic bands edge the t ,: Li. ,, .k:-', 1,,," -,g.1,-,1. ,,,bottom - of the patented criss- t'''iti L4-4r,14..,..41 '''.t,' cross -- stretch Obediently for 4- i ' i f,,, A 84, .'N! -IL i). '4, -altsojutc ft., ectoro,,PateAtecl,.. . 7 0.12-0 -,1t-t . n, like ' ---I s t----"' ' t,.k--- hg- li- construction----acfaally ' '- i 0- '.11) t 4 ,,f .1, , , ,3,,,,,.,,,,,: 41 4.,..:',,-;11 '.-,- -, lifts, , slims, and supports ell .,''' 1,''''.- '''''' ''''''61.'Y't?'-'s,1 around. Just th e wily nature -in- ''''.,, -, '4,,,,'.....,,:,-, !t . .,,,,,.., -, -1.-, '--, ---", -kJ --tended! - You - stand --straer 1 ight - L' --tfri,';i5'", '44 -,-, 4N:0,---,-- . . . . ,,,,t '- ti 1,, ' look younger....Sites16 to '- '''. jr;';' ' 34 14 to 16 inch lengths. -iii forl, -A ,,....,'.' !';'1 . . ,! , -s,,,N,p,,, Women lave'a'bra that gives a high :rounded uplift. naturally. That'; why My Beloved is so popular. Formaids secret tr. in- The three-part cup, masterfully cut to. ' give you, the fgure of your dreams. Tub it a thousand times. it will never lose its shape, because.the shape is cut right into -- the bra! Sizes 32,to 38. A, B, C - cups. - : , 'Real Estate Sales Florint 3; and -Marvels M. Betti to Louis F. and Mary R. Tails, house Ind lot on Crane Avenue. - . Aline J. Harris to Charles H. and Janet A. Cueninglutm, house and lot in Becket - Robert M. Briggs, by administrafrit to Leo B. and Mary Nesbit, house and lot on Curtis Terrace. , , by Marva Ila - NECKLACES - 2.00 - to 20.00 - EARRINGS 1.00 - to 5.00 , --BRACELETS 1.00 - to 12.50 prices plus fax What could be a more ap- propriate gift at this. season of the year than , a ,Marvella - peed necklace. The soft satiny finish of hits lustrious pearls will be admired by each one on your list. The subtle beauty 'and eye appeal of Melville simulated pearls 'captiire so perfectly the 'look of genuine pearls. It is a challenge to dis- tinguish them from the real' thing. ---- - will do more for yowthan -- any ofher girdle in the world! - Valley- Growersz of Cigar Bilider. Hear It's Do'..omell W EST SPIlpiCEIELD, Mass. (AP) Toberie production In the Connecticut Valley. "is -a matter of history." according to the gen: ere( manager of the Conn-Mass 'Tobacco Co-Operative. 1 Samuel Orr told the co-operative's annual convention this week Ihere-ltritttratirtte:metterior the current crop of outdoor grown bmdertoacco, used to hold 'cigars together. "We must be prepared to face the cold fact that for art practical purposes we are finished as a bind. - 'ew HavenRatkold . , Has 1960 Deficit , , , BOSTON- (121)-.-The New 'Ray, yen Railroad has.reported a deficiti of 912,550,003 for - the first ,10 months of this year.This compared with- a deficit of $3,0827481 for the , corresponding period 1959.' ' , The' railroad Wednesday report,1 ed a deficit of 91.19308 for -0ctober as compared- With a deficit .erproducer7aret,",--Ort-said.--"If we are' to continue to olio tobac-1 colt must be other than binder." He said tobaccoacreagein,thei Connecticut Valley fell from15,000i acres in 1955, to 3,700 this year.' fabulous,: new Panti-Stockings by Glen Riv.on 3.00 2 ,' 5.90 , I daii it be true! Fashionabla frieze handbags slt. P. t beatuifully mounted with genuinaleather. Blacke,";"'t and tan trim with subtle bouquets of ialor. Why " not give a long-lasting gift that will compliment any wardrobe. I r s -- Freedom:from garters; freedom from garter belts; freedom from girdles; freedom from bagging and sagging. Available in sizes S. M, Seamless sheer . h. h. h. - First And Factual LO CAL carpi vtonlat Over the Berkshires' Mod Powerful- Station - 1420 KC ' 0 (Jo , Reg.. 14..98 ' to 22.50': 111. - - -- ' Another smartly styled - ' . t group of sweaters by Brentwood. Bulky knit pull- - , I overs With that new high - , V. A blend of 75 wool and 25'Ye orlon for luxUri- 7 s ous softness. Completely washable. Available in the , popular fall -- shades of , -olive, brown or blue heather. Shes 38 to 46. - I t, -. outirwear priced to greet winter with gusto Some washabie cotton 0 shell hooded jackets With 100 orlon pile s i holog. Also - all wool jackets with wool quilt lining and a few longer' , length or car coat s length coats. Sizes s limited in some styles. ? Sizes 6 to 20 ' r-cr ,k(t'4- - ' Girrs corduroy flannel Piled slack sets with- matching polo shirt in assorted plaids or Prints. Completely. washable., ' 7 , 'Boys Shop, Holden's Lower Level); , I ii IL 1 n , Twit Rise to Top , --- G6v.,Elect Keyser, 33 -- Would Revitalize Vermont Ile." -; ......:Xeystri-plattato-expendnevr 'vigor and energy on old prob.. 'ems." , ' Thetall, bald Boston University Law School graduate whose politkat. career has bees little less than amazing says "money I the - Main issue of the day." No New Taxes As governor, Keyser said he !wants a- budget 611111u-for -no ,, new taxes but one that will pro- ride a climate for an expanding economy." - In 1939 Keyser wal a page in the House. Sixteen years later he was elected state representative from Chelsea and in 1959just 20 years after he was running it., rands in the -lower chamberhe ---- becalm. House speaker."---: This year he defeated Lt. Gov. Robert S., Babcock in a hard. fought primary contest and maintained Republican leadership in Vermont with a relatively easy victory in the general election. As governor Keyser says - he 1 SAFE PASSAGE-EASXYI Make walks, drives SAFEclear away mow with Gravely 48" Snow- I plow or28" Snowblower! - Choose tromFIVE Ace and snow removal , tools, including tte It new Power Spread- tt L. ii , - er for salt-.and. - t----. ' 2 )eteltrc ni a I -- ------ Starter ----- -7' 1 Tractor 38 Tools 4 i r a All-Gear tional - 11Plectric Starter -- ill Tractor SO Tools All-Gear - - FREE DEMONSTRATION! lIAGOVERN CO INC' - 28 East St. - Tel. 34677 Authorized Gravely Serrket FINANCING AVAILABLE! "will seek to -establish, a balance of expansion based on industry SO recreation coupled with 'Vermont's agriculturalieldershlp,"--- Plans Sales PO'sh KeystrAtelit' he'lytittiffao ke myhat hen& undperymillirte -ciut trial expansion.' , still hunts, fishes and skis, the soft spoken Keyser says, "Vermont must- go - out- into :the-yorld -instead of waiting for it to come. If the state is to grow and develop sufficient jobs for our youngsters and security for our senior citizens we have, got to supply the means for making a living." , ,, fle said, "Basically we want more citizens, more jobs, more income and more security. With this we can provide better' schools, better recreation hetter development and better government. The battle has just begun." 'Quite NfititraP - -Drug Turns-- - , Some Negroes' Skin White zz WASHINGTON (AP)A Washington skin specialist said yesterday certain individual Negroes who have abnormally pigmented skin cotlaii;ing white blotches can be given "quite natural" all-white akin by means of drug.treatment. 1 Dr. Robert Stolar of Georgetown University reported he has had some degree of 'success in 16 of 300 cases treated with that aim over the past 10 years. and in most of the 16 the natural all-white , ' appearance has been achieved. He stressed that the techniqu offers no posilbility of converting normal Negro skin into white, except for a very temporary Ix. Whitis Aided Too ' In a report to the American 'Medical Association's annual., clinical meeting, amplified in an iii,terview, the doctor said he and 'hiiissociateirhavealstr treated some 200 white people for the same abnormal skin condition 'which is manifested by "a bizarre pattern of brown skin with whitish blotches." In the cases of white people, -however, the skin was repigmented instead of depigmented, as in the ,case Of the Negroesso that the white patient i acquired a 'deep tan.' , Stolar said the abnormal skin 'condition in both races is known as "vitiljgo"and results from an ,inakility of one of the body's basic 'amino acids called lyrosin to be 'properly converted -intomelanin, the .chemical which normally pro-dates pigmentation of skin. Cause of 1 this body chemistry abnormality is unknown, he said. 2' -."--". -gp , .A.,,,.-..,',,r vs . fall shades of ' ous softness. Completel 1 - ....,.. --'"---.7:. i deep tan. ,, ---------.----- .----- "s , '0,4141;....10"""" siti-vamp. bnearling-toppeci,---. ,tv F - - t '------, '' Stolar said the abnormal skin . ' padded ., so' let for comfort, ' ) i popular. . l , 'f,2,, . , . washable. Available in the 4,,,,,,,, ; - ' . ,1 , '' ' condition in both races i known fleece 's . ' ' lined f warmth. Brown . or , ' , t r , ,N r. -, , FREE DEMO!gSTRATIONI as "Vitiligo"-and results from an - - -, 0 or blue leather o . CIIRIS , I'IAS 't l't r ' ' A. ' Y 417 , , . -- we brown or blue i , I - . inakility of one of the body's basic . ' , , , . , , I - , . , 1 ' - , -2----- l--)TAGOVERN CO.rINC,- alnin aci 1 ds called tyrosin 'to be '4 - ' ' " , dues pigmentation of skin. ----, ,,,,,,,,,,...,,,.z.,stg.0-itic-,. . FDIANCING AVAILABLE! abnormality is u n k n o w n, he , said. ' , ' ,,, , ,,,,-,,, ,, SARONG ., ,,----'-'f;".1 , c,,,,k2.,,,,,,m..... t - - -,,, . , , I . ,l , - .,- , , . heather. Shes 38 to . 46. , , , ' ' ; , - - , , - - . I . ,e, , 1 I .. r' ' . properly converted into melanin. . ,k--- , , 28 Fast St. - Tel. 3,1877 , the .chemical which normally- pro- 1 ; 1 Alttitez" Grav.tY S.rvk. ' Cause of 1 this body chemistry e , - ,,:- , . rip 106.1. D t k ,, ...,.. ;-:4- , ,,--,: ,- .,,, ...! - -. , . .. . , ilf, c i - , , . - ' . ,,, , . e, -,-, . . - ,, , , , g ,.. ' - - .. IN (&711.1 . , - . t , k , ft) k - TaTE - t ,, , - ---1 , , , , V, ,, , - , ' - . 11 LD . li, T - will do more for yotrthan - t ,.,,, ,, , , - - - , , , - r , - . ''-. )t-, ,,..., ---.1 ' -- , . , .. , . . . . 21 INCH HARDWOOD CAR)NIT TV - , - , 1 e , ,' ,', - , ,,,,, 3 -,,,, f. '' :,' , . t ' - any ofner girdle in the - - , , ,,. , , 11 ; . - - P' ' 1 , --,k --- -, , , ::- ',1,,, ,, world! '' - , - . 1 . ..4. s,,..., ( AO. . ' . ----- - - ' 3'1 eeir4., j ',13'.,'' , 95 - -- ' ,-----------7--,,----,,---- .9 s, ,,.,, ,, , ,.,. i , -4 V cs, i . ,, , . m-it 1 ,.. . - - ,.. ., 1 ": 1- ' .' ' . 1 ''-;..:(,-;,..-,,,,ii,..,;i'.,. , r , - - OPEN SATURDAY 1 . . '-'1.".' " . . -. - , , , . . 1'4' - ' . The Sarong Two is not Only COM. - - .30. to 530 . - . i!.. 12- .,' i , -- - - , . - ' is ' ' . ' I t el cl . . ,. -- ----1 t,4 -.2? .---pe y different it controls- , . - --- - ---- 7- ' ---- ,-- -, -f- -? . ; - ..,.... . ' ' -''- 3 to.,L. your figure , wi more comort Hf - - .. . .. 4 ' ...." tt - ,, - , - - s -- - .'.. . -.,-,- ,,,, . --- ,--------,------, ,...---1.4,41. ,, - - - - Iran-710u vit - ever- knowyr.-- 7---,---, - k ....--- ...,....t.. ,i , , ,. - ''&';' '''''''' .-..'"rv '- -T7 --1---- -- ' ' ' r , N, .0..,L;.. , wide elastic bands edge the . .. , . , - , , - - . - '..1 ' ' . ', - , -. , , .,1T- 'env , ,, I., , . ' "' - ' - . 0 .- - , t s''',;', rt , LI - , . , , , ' '' st. bottom - of the patented criss.- t. - . . , . - it ' ,t., , . . . , ' 1" .k 411' It, t i . ' . .. , 1 , - t .' :v'.. v (. v cross stretch obediently for c 7- . I. ,,,-- 1 I ' '"' 4') J',4 1 -A absolutcJEA odorn...Pateniert ,.- . t - - BOYS , - - , . -- , -- - 1:,:..,--;:1-- --.1-,... . ,---:---:-.--,------- -,':,-,-.k - v',P6iit tv - -,,,A t:1 J.r., ,.4,, NW ' ' . A -- . , . , -- .,- - ' " ....,,,,,,, 4 I, , , . , ............,. ,,.....,.......... ,-, . ... . -', ', t 4 r. "7., ,,,. sling- like- construction----actially ' . ., , - - - IN ER cl- v t---t . . ,,,,,, ;3,,t-,:,,,,1,4, 4, 4.:,,,,I, -;" - lifts, slims, and supports all , , - ,. , , , 1 - '. It,. s ' ' - , k'oplt -' - '.. t"--' -' N,e,': - ' '' .4 I , - 4Ront A 153I ; - .V- around Just the way nature in A k -,..,t '.,,AA.!:', '1 . - s 4t, -' ,- i rs. ''..' !,'",-----,--- - --- - "-- - ., ' - ,7--------;----'---- -: - - , - 't-. i'-'0.,'..,- --,- s'-", A.; --tended' You stand straighter ' - -' , ,-' , - 1 l --.' - .. A'-',-- 3 STAGE -'----. . , ti. .1,,,,,,, ,.., ,,,c., . . , -- 1 - ----- - ,, .., -,.',,,,, , ,,,, A 1 . ---- - ----- 1 , , 1 --T,,,,e" ,.,- , , , ook youn ger, S mos 16, to ---, ac ke 4 s - , - --- - t,t------7- ' h 1 h ' ' 'Ir. AMP1.111(ATICN , , , -,... , , r. I. - -- -4' , 34 14 to 16 mc engt S. -di .,,;.,- , N . )4t , ' , 6,:', i 41. I i , .i, , -,- --1. a 0 s i Super -Powered IV Chassis . 1 : t','" Li ::i '''''... ' ; . ' ' ' , , , e ' ' , ... ' 7 7 ' --- ,i 1 v,, ' 0 High-Gain 1.Stage I. F. Amptifcatiet - , , s"';:i --4 ', ' ' ' . , i ' : 7. --. . t t 1 ... ,-',..:::!;:l.., G . - - , , . "Local-Distance" Control . , , 3, . "- - I , , , . ' - ' , - i ,, I 4 . es" .st -Al , , . 1,tAttgreatie Noise Inversioe Circuit . . - . , ' 4 t it'.. ' , I ', . . . - ' ' -,' 4 ' , 0uminized Picture Tube - , re-Free Face Plato ' . . , 1 Reg. 14..98 ---1 - '4,a-1.- --'o, ,,.., --- , , 4 Shatterproof Gla r , ..cir-r ' ' O, e Miraclo-Teno Ft-4 Sound System ', ' , d ., , . t, .' n-knoll SimplimaNc Tuning , , My Belove , ( , .. . , , , , ft '' ' tO 22.3, - s ''' -6 ' ,, ,y4 v , , , - is t,, - Magic Momory Control - t . .- s -- a (1.40 .- A . , r i -- - ,-- -7, .21- r ''' Zpti ' -'s:, ..009) l'- ,-- - - . , ,, -"-,' -2 - -- I .--- , 4. r- - --- ---.- :,-- --- '::-' ''. --' -7- ,-- B at-in Arrtennei ' - - - -- -' - - - -, :- -- ------, u 1 ormal . , . , ,1, ,;; ,, - ,,,k , AC-DC Operation , - y -.- - ,,,, ' ' Imly ---- - . , '''' , ', " ' -'; ." t , ' - 7.; A A.,:se 7 ... , ,---' i t I; V Vit , .,1 ., Lowest Priced (---, Oa . 4. ','4', ;40'er ..', f ' , r ,,,,, -, f I Group of boys' warm . y. , fl , , , - , ' ,Highest Quality . 0 ailed - . . makes the- most . . . ,------;:c-edi. , I . !,. fl Table Model TV - outerwear priced to '-'' , -,N Aet , - .. , - ' of your figure , . , A , , 1 ' 1 '-1 "....' 0.i . greet winter with gusto , : ,, , , , ,. , in Pittsfield 7 . 4.. Some washabie cotton , , '. I. , fr . , . , , , k . , i :1 .. ' i. , , , ' 'e ' " ,' ' ' - - shell hooded jackets . . ... ' 4 1 4 , , 1 0 . , ' ' 1 11017 0111.,y S ,,,,, po --,,-, , , -,-, ', . ,, . the lour freedom , s' in , it ' h 100 orlon pile . I, !,., , - - ,,, . , . , w - , . .. .. , . , , , . .. , . , , , . . -- OPEN 9 A 3 TO 9 P.M. DAILY! - . . ' - ' We Will Deliver Christmas TV Sets 1 ' , ' - Women lave 1 a bra, that gives a , high rounded uplift, naturally. . .. , , Beloved is so pop- , - . That's why My p p ular. Formaids secret tr- in- 'the , ' '. ."- - , , , ,,," , - lining Al all wool S 0 . . g. so , . ' - , pANT1 LEG jackets. with wool , '. , - , Of. : fabuto ' us, new Panti-Stoc e.- '. " ' t-) by Glen RiVon - ,,t kings o I ' k, ' ,: t it , 1 ' - I quilt ti, :4.4.'1 ..i ' f . lining and a few longer , , li , length of car coat , I I, ' . s length coats. Sizes s . I , t limited in some styles. . , , Pfr VI - , 1 , . . . , The Night Before Christmas! : 'tt lit 1 , . , - - three-part cup, masterfully cut to. . , ' , , . ? Sizes 6 to 20. 4. , i '3.00 2 'pr.' 590 . f . . : ' give you, the fgure of your Oh- , , . . 1, . , , I r- ''. , -- ''',- 11,1,:act''' Co. . , dreams. Tub it thousand times, 1 , , Seamless v freedom from bagging and sagging. its sha be it will never lose p . - , , , . tito ;:,- freed . om'from garters; freedom from 1 , sha is cut ri ht into cause .the p g clot . arter belts. freedom from irdles;" 9 9 . . - . th b! S' 32, t 38. A, B, C --i --.... ,..1 . , 1 . nah St. Tel 7-9139 e ra izes o IV Available (" , . b , 111 Wahco -1- . .' . cups . 1 - - : ., ' - , , ilable in sizes S, M,11.. . '1 . . 'Boys' Sh Hoiden Boys op, s Lower Level) 1 . , , sheer and micromesh. .., . , , , . - , ' Next to Wahconah Ball Park Entrance ' ' , ' - ' ----- , , . , . . -t . . , - , . " , ' , . - , ,..., , , ' - . . , , , , ' . , . , ,. , . , ' . . . . , . , . , . , . , , . , , , ' , ) ,,, , , v..' , , . , , , ) c , 1 , , , , -- - 1 ' , It ' , . , ' I 0 1 , t . . ' 1, , ( ' , 9. ' 1 r 1 ,-...r:s., -..wr ,np. -....,.-....,......... -.'...--......--.... -.... ..... -.... -."--...."---..... . ,...-..., , -.',--,r---.. . , . , - ,... ,-,. , ' - ,,,, , . : e Fast Rise to Top Thojterkshire Eagle, Friday, Dee- 2, 1960-11 , . , . -- - Ultrasonic Tool Real Estate 'Sales Valley Growers . 'ew Havenllaikoad , Has 1960 :Delidt , Cigar Binder - -. . ov.,Elect Keyser, 33 - - , . Tested . , , ., ..- : Tes, lis a , .. . ' - Florint J. and -Marvels M. Bettl f P - -. ul nti , -,-.5,-- ,.. yen 1. , BOSTON.- (UPI)..-The Nei Hay, E j ,,..1).ii , - , - to 0 Louis F. and Mary It. Tails, - house and let on Crane Avenue. . Bomb Can Opener . Hear It's Doomed Railroad has reported a deficit 1 , I , --:2 Would Revitaliwe Vermottt , - , Old ' NORWOOD RI An "ultran- Alina J . Harris to Charles H . and W EST T SPRDIGEVILD, Maas. Of 912,550,003 for the first -10 , First and Factual , sonic cad opener", for opening Janet. A. Cunningham, house and (AP) - Tobacio production In the months of this year This "com-1 - - ' - - , ' By BARRir LOCKE - "will seek to -establish, a ' balance lot in Becket. - . - Connecticut' Valley- "is - a matter pared with a deficit of ts,082.7411 . - ' . ' - - . , steel-encased - unexploded excssive - bombs , 0 elect is going bard after the born --- MONTPELIER, Vt (13P1)....,one of expansion based .on industry wi t a red recreation coupled with Ver- thou generting e heat ----- - of history " according to the gen for . the Corresponding period , in , 1 Robert M. Briggs, by administra- .., ' - LOCAL tld',17torti. - - , the nation's youngest governors- mont's agricultural,leldership,'-1---- is --beirtiVitudied' by- ingineets at trix, ,to Leo B. and Mary Nesbit, ersa manager of the ,Conn-Mass 1959.' ,.' - - ' t I , Tobacco Co-Operative ' - 'the railroad Wednesday report-1 -' ' sponsored c; ' '' -' : - , - - Plans Sales Pu-'sh ' , its hmmercial apparatua and house and lot on Curtis Terrace. .. , .-- . Samuel Orr told the co-opera , pen. ed a deficit of 01,193,061 for -0c- ' - ' - . by ' '' , . ' , ' . - , of plenty for his state.- - - --. Key0,1,,,gett, tte,,,ptittfrotruk syt.ttemt divitioCAipintt3 in -Nor- ,-,,,,,,,,- ,,,,,, , - z' . But 33-year-old F. ,Ray 'Keyser wood,,,the Raytheon Co. announced I hard and brittle -ftiaterials,A tive's annual convention this week tober as compared with a deficit -- : - ''' HARDWAR '. - CARR E ' ' '' 'i. .. v. ., ,,,, , . ,myhat Iii hancliintlyperyulrally- .... , . ,.... ,ving la,p,4,33,4410," w errlr.vittltat . ' .01M1SInt-Aktabel -IBM -----;1 --' 1 7 -- , -------- inTICII N e weir Thr Inclus- IKeyser:plans40,!,expendnivp , 2. with. ,Le engineers wn are xp llatu,tan eedeartmenting 000 times a second, drives an &bra - ! trial ex pan. - sion Th ." rilar highfiChoof ithrite-WW6 . v' . . still hunts fishes and skis the soft -, , I , h the current crop of outdoor grown ' iod ' 4 ki ' ' ' 610 "silent Alive licitilet against:the w,ork to a --,-- er, p um-area, - fit-4a .-01 binder tobacco used to - hold I ' ' . . iiPtill 11 - Flyi tounDAY-SATUADAY igor and energy on old prob. , , ----- . sound" tool under a contract from cut Although the tool Itself never ., , we are' to continue to flee Oboe-.. .- 'ems!. . , , . - , ' the U.S.' NavY's Bureau of Weap- touches the work, the tiny particles -cigars together. - co it must be other than binder." , Over the Berkshires' Mod - . ., ..n spoken Keyser says, . 'Vermont gni. - . i, in the liquid cut the work to an We must be prepared to face He said tobacco acreage in '' the i Powerful- Station NI' ill 1 I Thetall, bald Boston University, the in -- Ultrasonic-impact grinders 'ire accuracy of -two 10,000ths of an the -cold fact that for art -practical Connecticut Valley fell from 11,0001 I ya I . i Law School graduate whose lit- stead of waiting must go out- into for it to come. now widely , used , in industry to inch. , ' purposes we are finished as a bind- acres in 1955, to 3,700 this year.' - , -1420 KC ' . - .11 Ice career has bees little less U the state is to grow and develop t ll more citizens, more jobs more , i ii , than amazing says "money IS the sufficient jobs for our youngsters - , - . ,, , - , . - Main issue of the day." ' an security o r our senior citizens d it f ' .. , , ''' : . . , , '- . , -,-, , FRIEZ '. -. ..''. - . - '71111),,,, No New Taxes . we have, got to supply the means , .,,, ' olitl-, ' DE ARLs . ., , , for making a living.'' , -, - Also, le. , As governor, Keyser said he - ..., I it Ily we want ' 4 - wants a- budget calling --for---no -' Fe said. "Basica - . Girl s 3-6x mew ta s but xe one tha wi pro- , ' fi1' IL Sire ' . , 11 . , - de a Yi climate for an. expanding income and more security, With - , ' '-e-1., 1, vil by Marvella , , , better recreation better develop- , . . ,.. - wA millAcc',.: ,. .-., ,42 :, ;::..,FLANNE17 .LINED. ), - SLACKS , economy... . . this we can provide better' schools, , - z.ia,...- ' .. - - , deillAw- col ' ' NECKLACES ,, 2.00 . I Ir. . L, Lir - In 1939 Keyser al a page in - ' ', . ,s, . . , ., ment and better government. The ,--410b)ei .. , co I b 20 00 , , the House. Sixteen years later he , uattle has just begun." -1 stcie. , ,. , , ,. . was elected state representative -- O4zj - y Roney ' - - ' '. - - ' ' 4 ' from Chelsea and in 1959-just 20 d Op Never minct . . EARRINGS , 6 . ., - - years after he was running it Quite Natilrar - . , Eill1AN4e-'' ' . to 5.00 . . ,, ; . , , , . rands In the -lower chamber-he " , I 1!v.,trt the boughs , . , , . 15 98---: , - ' ' ' - -!' - .. , ----becalm. Rouse speaker."---7--- - mrug. Turns . elm BRACELETS I. , ou- L ' - - 49 l''''' '''''': .---------- - , . ,.., 0 S R . ' This year he defeated Some Negroes Lt Gov. ' , ' 9' 2- ' z- 16 ..11.. ' :'''''121holl.Y ' I i . tax ' , i :: - ' ' obert S., Babcock in a hard- kift.t. . , ,- , . t to , 121"" 1.u, . . . ' Pt'. , , , , ,: '... lir) ' ' '' - -' . - -, -- , ' - fought primary contest and main- c xrit l " , - ' '- V rt-trt) 'she'd rather , - prices plus fax .. ., , . , 1 tamed Republican leadership in 101in vY III Le ',.. digo,..4 , . --. , . . , .. . . .. ii . . , .98 . . Vermont with a' relatively easy '' 'w II V WASHINGTON (AP)-A Wash- ,, have 41farvella- wh victory in the general election. ,- at could be a inore ap- ' . - -r''''rn-3....goa------- . , m on skin s ecialist said ester- ' Crt)I1 ' - ' IIIISOM ,, I) c As governor Keyser says - he gt . p y 4. ApT. for Christmas propriato gift at this. s , . , day certain individual Negroes lee- - of the year than . ,Marvella . i 1-1; I ;.:f - - I II r lk :in's 1 , , , yr4Lor .0 ' V2 . . SAF - wit Ply ice a 1 , 1 - . , FRE .2 -1-,1AC ,,A r , .28 E, ' Authe EDI& r0 z, sh8V Tither , prices plus tax : - A wash fp) have marvella 4- 8 , ,- What could be a more ap- , aid yester- ter I propriate gift at this. season t Negroes ' for Christrt; as - of the year than , ,Marvella o' , - A 1 ik , , , ,, ., who have ,abnormally pigmented .. Altra,,-- purl necklace. The soft satiny f , - ' i 4 ., 1 lc - i , ,,, GRAVELY , , - , A .!kin coclait;ing white blotches can IF,1 4111V ' finish of these lustrous pearls - :,,v1. ',,t , ,, f f,'' 1 1 I , ''''Ilt ' ' .t' - T 1 0 .,-... I '' . r Girl's corduroy flannel llned ' be given "quite natural -all-white 11 4-174:1) ' will be admired by each one ack sets with matching polo sl i i , ,,, r, :;' ,,,,4 . I d,' ' . '-'-''clAttAil list. The subtle beauty - 1 ,,4,slcit:g, ),0, CONQUERS -11 skin by means of drugtreatment. '' on your V ..) 14,,. , 4,4 ,! ,:.,k .....- ' -- shirt in assorted plaids or p'rints. . . 1 Dr. Robert Stolar of George- v .6174aN :and eye appeal of Martina ' '"', t', ) z - ,,, ,, ... Completely. washable, , L SNovirt ,- itown University reported he has , 61 aNWIIINN aNt:i simulated pearls capture so 4. , t .., ;A-, ,t,97 , .. - , f. . 1 Jhad some degree of 'success in 16 '''''' VS perfectly the 'look of genuine ' t ', . . a li .------,.., , iktl ,of 300 cases treated with that aim C (i)?yr --.0,-,. , 4,, )- pearls. It is a challenge to dis- . r, ,,,,,,,,-- ,,,,,t.e.- , f - , , . . , . , . - - - lover the past 10 years., end in oil) 0E) . . - .. 5, 4, i , , I ,....; 1 tinguish them from the real - ,, , , - most of the 16 'the natural all- - . ( 1 . thing. -- ' ;:hc, -. ' ,. ,,, ,, . has been t white , ' appearince sto.r t.i!,,, ' ' i . . - achieved. .- , n.1. lz) ,A,,,, I He stressed that the techniqu . , - - ,. A, - - (., --- . - - ---- . - -- - ,....--c,,0 offers no possibility of convert- ,' f .""111'.... - ..,.,...--- ing normal Negro skin into white, , . Caii :it be true! Fashionable frieze handbags i t . -, ....---......... ' 1 -except for a very temporary p.e- . . , All Boys Go -For The ' - 'beauifully mounted with genuinaleather. Blacker . --'-- --- . , ,,, , ---kepktt..) - . Itee,L,541,,,wt,. ...iv ,. ,--- , ,, , . ... t the technique . - --------- ------- ity of convert- skin into white, , , , Can it be true! Fashionable frieze handbags , .4, t ,:::,, ., , -. r temporarype-. . All Boys Go -Fo-i-The ' beatuifully mounted with genuinaleather. Blackelb''' . ''''' '''.-,-------- ----- --- .,--- ' T. i . , , . - . - ''- '------- , - - .. ' '14 'HE-MAN STYLE -NSfeTwYL.Ei: not give a long-lasting gift that will coMpliment :':-- . and tan trim with- subtle bouquets of color. Why '.. - - Men's ,, ., - the American t i 2'. - ' - , ,,,,.. an . ., -,--, n s annual. din- '.', ' ,..i-1,c24-- :'. ,. y wardrobe. -- -- " - dined in an hi- , ,,, L,. ,t ., , . . -, - , . , . - by Brentwootl d by a bizarre Dr said he and OX amoir - -', ' : vealso-treated people for the ':. 1,1, -;1'- ---,i.,,-- 9 5 , , .); t, 01 , 7, 1 4- ' .1. 4,e,(1' t ------. by Tru-Stitch . 9 , , skin condition , ' ,: , ''' ' I' -' '-l Ili- V. , f white people ! " ',:- ..,24, ir 3 , - -, . . , , It . ' -,, o ', n . t 4. ik . . "IN, . 4 1 kin with whitish -, ,4,-.,-. - - A :,, - 9 7 .:.;:..: Another smartly styled - t 41 .7,3,0 : i , rou of sweaters b - .i...' 1: , . , , , , - , 4i 1 g P Y PiL4)- -- was repigment- ' , ' ' ft v, ' , . ., . TH . I Brentwo d. Bulky knit pull- - 1 , 1,41 tst p i,. , 7They re slippers lust like dads, , I, , .0'1 overs with that new high t , I - -. igmented, as in ' , , I -s? 1- I , ' , ' . -' ' swell for relaxing! Made of --,,, ..Y legroesso that . l' -' s . -. V. A blend of 75 wool ti acquired ;1 ,,,,,,,,..---0',, i , u a t ....AP' 1 --1 '''"...',.. ',,,,t .. - for capeskin, featuring meicca-, , '- ,.. . . , 1 arid 25 orlon for luxuri- 1" ,(1 -0,..' , iFo 1 -

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