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2 - The Spokesman-Review, Thursday, Nov. 29, 1962. Budget Chief Named to Foreign Aid Job David Bell Is Chosen by Kennedy WASHINGTON (CTPS)President Kennedy Wednesday appointed David E. Bell, budget director, as administrator of the foreign aid program. The President replaced Bell as budget director with Kermit Gordon, a member of the Council of Economic Advisers. There was no announcement of a successor to Gordon on the three-member economic council. Bell was named administrator of the Agency for International Development (AID) to succeed Fowler Hamilton, a New York City lawyer who recently announced his Intention to resign. The White House said President Kennedy has accepted Hamilton's resignation, effective Dec. 7. Change In December Bell will continue as budget director until late December to help the President prepare the budget for the 1964 fiscal year beginning next July 1 which Kennedy will present to Congress in January. Between the time of Hamilton's resignation and Bell's taking over as foreign aid administrator, the program will be run by Frank M. Coffin, deputy aid administrator. Bell has been budget director since Jan. 21, 1961, the day after President Kennedy took office. Gordon also has been a member of the Council of Economic Advisers since the President entered the White House. Hamilton', was the first administrator of aid, a relatively new agency created in September 1961 to consolidate the various primes of the foreign assistance program. Senate Must Act Bell and Gordon were given recess appointments. Their nominations will be sent to the Senate for confirmation in January. Bell, 43, is a native of Jamestown, N.D., and was educated at Pomona College in California and Harvard University. lie began his government career in 1942 as a budget bureau employe. Before he became budget director, he was secretary of Harvard's graduate School of Public Administration. Gordon, 46, is a native of Philadelphia and a graduate of Swarthmore College. He is a former Rhodes Scholar. lie entered government service in 1941 with the Office of Price Administration. He was an economics professor at Williams College when appointed to the Council of Economic Advisers. Meeting With Nikita moscow (AMCanadian Ambassador Arnold Smith conferred Wednesday in the Kremlin with Premier Khrushchey on what Moscow radio called certain international problems. Further details were not disclosed. THE SPOKESMAN-REVIEW PRESENTS 9 , Todav s 'television Prom (LIations are turDisbed by the Mations and oubtect to change by them.) THURSDAY 110-117 I KNIN-TV I littEM-TV . tilltt-TV (Channel 6NBC) 7'55-1 E. Partner (1'1Cntliwiltal Clsrtn. 30Goton hforgen 11 8'45Itut en Morren 9 00xSos, 15 hen 9 ',5--KNI1C NIrws 9 Yr. 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Weather 11;30--Destre" x.Denotes live program z-Denotes color TV. t Channel 4.C BS) 7:25Farm Report 30xCollege of Air 8:soCaptain Kangaroo 9 00Jack Ls Loons Show 9 30xl Love Lucy 10 00xlisal McCoys 10 liosPete and Gladys 11 00-41,eve al Lae 11 25exCliS News 11 30sSearch, Tomorow 11 45xGuiding 1,16111, 12 00Take Four 12 :t43--sAs World Turns 1 00Yestrde's Newared 1 15Song Shen 1 30--sllielseharty 2 00--sMilliontbre 2 30sTell the Truth 2 55---sCIIS News 3 00ssecret Storm 3 30xEdee of Stidd 4: OtiMr. Wallaby 6K Jack 5 30Drarnet 6 00News 6 15sWalte1 Cronkite 6 30-13a1 Ntasteraort 7 00Yeat Hear 7 30---xNtr. Ed lebrPerry MR5111 9 00exl he Nur,es 10 00sAllred Illtebcock 11 00News 1 1 30szTonIght MOSCOW (AP) The Communist party and the Soviet government NVednesday ordered into effect an inspection system making every workman a watchman against cheating and poor workmanship. This implements a decision' reached by the party's Central Committee last week. A joint state-party control or inspectionl system was set up for all production in the Soviet Union. Alexander Shelepin, 44, former director of the secret police, has been put in charge of it. This inspection system is one of the major agencies by which the government hopes to speed pro, duction, get the most out of every worker and trap embezzlers. Goal Explained Every worker and every executive clearly is expected to keep watch on all his fellows, even while he himself is under the scrutiny of official and party watchers. The job of the new agency, as outlined by the Soviet Communist party paper Pravda. is: "To render active aid to party and government in fulfillment of the Communist party program. in the organization of systematic checking of the fulfillment of party and Spohnne fladio Today KIM (590 geNBC) 5a0A Wake Up Tune 2 Doi News :i0A 2 15P Music On GO 6 45A Roundup Tme 5 Otti, News 011A F.:YO. Openers 515P Music On Go 745A News ' 6 00P News OA Toney Man Niorgan 6,50A Phil Crobine 6 li$1, Hall of Fame 9 45A News 00P Wuld Ton,row 10 Hsewves Hitt R :40P Ninisic in Nit 12'iop News 1000P News 12'15P IF, Farmer 10'15P NItisie in Night 12.40P Money Man 12,00M Sign Ott Kill(?11,731 ' (96.1 Mrs p.m. to midnight) Musk and News, (MO KG-4 BO Broadcasting 24 hour!, Each Dee 6110A Dr. M'IntYra 1215P Bob Phnlina b WA News I 18,T1 Allen Wolter 45A Sayvie Choel 5 nol, L. Thomas 7 WA World NeW8 5 1!-.1-' Atl.n Wolter Bbb Blutnos N,W8 7 31,5 NeWS fi 1!1P I lichne 7 OA Bon Phi Itins 6 :ioP Frank Firrron PAHA NVA 8 7 IN.f, News. Snort8 8 15A Bob Phil ins 7.30P Fronk Herron FranA Art Godfrey 8 1p Nt.WS It OtIA tiottseoarly R 15P Fronk Perron 7111eA Garry Moore 32:00M Hal Sunmons 12:00 News KrEG (1380 MCftrondraglInt from I a.m. until 4;15 win.) 41'30A !Avesta Mkt 12 0,1N R(,w lino 4l,A Sports 12 :'op I tvr,-,frk Mkt 31,A Ltv,Aick Mkt 2.45P Club-Church 9 MA Trading Pust liN 14: ix MO KC) Broadrantlna 24 iloura Farb Dar 1100A Jim Dann 300P Bob Adkinn 9 00A WittlY Brrawn 7 00i, Larry I olnek 12.0UN 011ie Schell 12:90M J. F. Kuiutit li UNC 0440 KI) Broadtahliot from 6 nom le 4:15 win. 6 DOA Faronsel 1'01W Matinee a OM v,re 4:0UP k'estIval 1200N (1590 KC) Broadeastios from 6 a.m. to 4;15 Dick Dailey sod Fel Jacobson with mustr. news find weather. I() 00A Classified COOP News 12:15P Peopi's Nws CFA (1330 KO.-Broodenstinot from 7 cm. sold 4:15 p.m.) 7 OOA Back to Italie 12 :tor Bock to Bible 8 :40A Haven of lest 1:34tB Pschy of Les 11:30A Bible Institute , Named to New Posts Bell, right, and successor, Kermit Gordon. Worker Spy System Put Into Effect (Channel SABC) 8:00Breakfast with Mum 8:30NW Farmer 8:45Outen Morgen 9:00Guten Moraen V 8:15Mornine Movie 10:30Romper Room II :DOshine Wyman 11:30Yours for a Song 12 AalxTenn Ernie Ford 1 30Father KII0W6 Befit 00TPIPSCODe 1 30Burns 81 Alien 2 00sDav in Court 2 25sttliciday Report 2 30sSeven Keys 3:041xQueen for a Day 3 31txWho Do You Trust 4:00Popeye 4: 30Dtseover1 5 AmPioneers 5:30You Asked For It 6:00N,a,neat 8:115sEvenwir Fter,Ort 6:39---Neszsbeat 7.00Sea Hunt 7:311sOzzle Az flarriet 8.00xDonna Reed 8!30Leave to Beaver 800sMy Three Sons 0-30sMeHale's Navy to:ooaPremiere 11:00Nieht Beat 11:30Movie KUM IfiX IN (920 KC) 530A Farm News 5 3eP Newswheel 5 45A T 0 Callehn 6 no)14 Dave Honda:, 1014,A JeTTY trinve 7Mn14 Woody Wdwrd 2 (1,1, INdY Woodwrd II: op sonny Day COOP Dave Holiday 2.00A Stan Off (99.9 MC) - Ettmo leant It: On a.m. to WOO a.m. tenorair Prolorommout 11.04) cm. to to Am Man oil lilt EM 1970 KCBrondruntinc from 6 a.m. until 1 ctn. l 6:IVA KREM & Cut 4'enP R. MacArthur II) 11,1A Dare Page 8:00P Joe Melelc 12.0uN Jun Juluiston 1:u0A Sam Ott IflI::I-I'3t (9? q MC-9 n in. until nildnicht) Iuic With A Guiden 1 ouch KZUN (630 KCBroadeastine from 5:66 a.m. until 416 P.M) 6'00A Farm Hdlines 8(1A Rob Angel 6 15A NO) Aiwa 9 3nA 14ob swartZ 11,00A World News 1.3uP ktete Johnson Z I IN- F1111 (WI MC-6 cm. to 11 MM.) Snoutraxting 8 cm to 4 p.m. 4-00P Mimic 7:0oP Serenade 6.00P Eve Atelodalf 6:0oP Reveries government directives, in further improvement of the leadership in Communist construction, in the maintenance of party and state discipline in Socialist legality." Bank llobbery Suspect Jailed TACOMA (AP)--A lone gunman held up the 35th and Union branch of the National Bank of Washington here shortly before 1 p.m. Wednesday and fled with an undetermined amount of cash. Police arrested a man at his home a short time later after tracing a sports car which a witness said sped away from the bank. The robber forced a cashier to empty a till after displaying a gun. ' ADVERTISEMENT Husbands Scold if Wives Look Old ,Nrg is' 1 PO"; p,,,po -0-442. ,.-d'-s1" o-,0a:11, ,,4;,:,.G 0,194. .. (4,,,I' Mo..,,,,Z ,,,;, -, ---Vt;!: -.' A4Z-4 ir.- -6 :",-;, ... .0,-. -tgil HOW TO GET THERE: Simply drive out East Trent until you reach the underpass where Trent becomes Wellesley. Continue East on Wellesley ... you can't miss it! SISTER PAT GETS CIIORE SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) Patricia Lawford, President Kennedy's sister. was ordered by a judge Wednesday to visit children injured in traffic accidents and to make a report on wrecked cars observed at a wrecking yard. Municipal Judge W. Blair Gibbens imposed sentence after Mrs. Lawford, 34, wife of actor Peter Lawford, pleaded guilty to a charge of driving with an expired driver's license. The plea was entered through her attorney. Edward R. Mc-Bale, and Mrs. Lawford remained silent throughout. She was cited Sept. 15 after her car was involved in a minor traffic accident. 4464itt4444444444444,A,4 Car License 'Notices Set OLYMPIA (AP) Shortly after Christmas Washington's motorists will be receiving pre-billing notices for renewal of their automobile license plates, State Licenses Director Louise S. Taylor announced Wednesday. New 1963 plates go on sale at all county auditors' offices Jan. I. By law, motorists will have until Jan 31 to obtain them. The new plates-bearing green letters on a white background are to last for five years. Licenses will be renewed in 1964 and subsequent years by purchase of license plate tabs. The pre-billing notices will be in the mail Dec. 26. Mrs. Taylor said about 1.5 million will be mailed out for renewal of all categories of licenses, including trailers, buses, taxicabs, trucks and other vehicles besides passenger automobiles. The state has ordered 2 million sets of license plates at a cost of about 31-cents per set. a LOT Lone, Weekend to Be Allowed OLYMPIA (AP)Gov. Rosel lini Wednesday gave state em ployes their choice of taking ei ther a four-day Christmas week end or a four-day New Year'r holiday. Rose Mid notified the heads of all state agencies, boards and commissions that state employes may have as a day off either Monday, Dec. 24, or Monday, Dec. 31. Both Christmas - and New Year's Day fall on Tuesdays. The governor said he would encourage all state agencies to retain about half of their staffs on Dec. 24 and Dec. 31. ADVERTIhEMENT How Nucoa margarine lifigiateirao the saturated fat load in your diet With polv-unsatttratel natural poly-unsaturates that help balance off the saturated fats In your diet. Penny for penny, Nucoa gives you more poly-unsatttratesmore than other margarines. So change to delicious new Nucoa and lighten, the saturated fat load in your family's diet. I Gentleman remarked that Society Brand tailoring reniinded him of the Republican party. Said that if it should ever disappear, he couldn't imagine what would take its place. THE CRESCENT STORE FOR MEN DOWNTOWN NORTIITOIrN Try looking wiloger this wry dxy-,tolleths, your , Noshand scolds nr whether von iint want te Piro,. Inns Thousands of wives thrilled, youthified" by 0 t1962 SOCIETY BRAND . strew If win. ton, look haooyrrl. drawn, yawn not, 010; ged by tired, rundown condition doe ::'.!: 0 soielY to blood low In iron, try Ostrey Toni, ii, :,-ii Tablets today. Sao it new pea and mettle,. e OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 9:00 , VOUNGE'R looks don't maim or 'Unhand Irmo, :',. ta "show you off " 8-day "get-acquaint er Yin, '"" little r y"le 't III dr'g '"'" twrw'he"' iiiiiii.eiKiiiW:i;iig:WWW:M1WMit:W0g:KQ?!,ii::Ki.,,,:.,?;;A:M5.;W This year give of pleasure (Pleaseorgye the pun but you'll never forgive yourself if you don't take a close look at this spectacular offer.) CALL TE 8-1734, HU 3-1732 or FA 5-1200 Stake your dreams on East Farms, south of Trent near the Idaho line. This acreage is green, fertile, and dotted with record-hearing apple trees. Beautiful residential lots tracts of 2 to 5 acres some orchard property, all going for "Land Rush" prices that start as low as 600 per acre! Live 18 minutes from city center, minutes from Liberty Lake and about 12 minutes from Coeur d'Alene Lake. View property overlooks the Spokane Elver. This is living'. AS 500 Initial Payinent 00 LITT S LE 2 Then As AS a Mo. LOW As a Mo. I tame. ( ) tion plat. drilla ma I stand thai no obligat: nom ntli name) riho in.d4mdr...") :1 SECURITIES CO Wit;,r 730 SPRAGUE AVE. SPOKANE, WASH. 1 ) ANCHOR SECURITIES COMPANY W. 730 Sprague Ave. Spokane, Wash. Please call me at your earliest coriven. isms. ( ) I would like to receive a location plat. ( ) I would like to have you drive rno to the property. I fully under. stand that this coupon places In. under no obligation whatsoever. tphono) (Mato) P Off-INDEP Minn ULM; Thursday Morning: Well here we go, The season's here, To find that ribbon I saved last year. Distinctive gift selection of lamps and unique accent pieces for the home. BARCLAY & BROWN, W1115 3rd. MA 44379. To have all we desire is richesbut to be able to go without is character. Altar bound? Wedding gowns (informal short) from 929.95, floor length from $39.95. Visit ARTHUR'S, W723 Riverside. FRESH UP for the Holidays. Call R. E. OWES Rug & Up. boistery Cleaners today! MA 4-8936 E616 3rd Example of progress: Every year it takes less time and more money to get where you are going.Wilson. SELECT XMAS CARDS NOW! personalized (if desired). See CHARLOTTE JOHNSON 619 Hyde Bldg. MA 4-1508 We give advice but we cannot give the wisdom to profit by it. Rochefoucauld. "Jewel rolls"-4 compartments with earring rack, a compact bundle for traveling, $5.95. SPOKANE TRUNK & GRIP, VI 721 Sprague. MA 4-5604 Character is made by what you stand for: reputation by what you fall for.Quillen. ODD SIZE mArrREssEs, any shape, style or firmness built to order by experts. Call the INLAND MATTRESS, RI 7-5921. FAYE'S YARN snpp Custom Knitting for Christmas N2226 Division HU 3-8388 If you're made of the right material, a hard fall results only in a high bounce.McCall'S Beautifully fitting built-in bras in nylon nighties & slips by "Perma-lift," at KAREN'S, E293129th. KE 5-5912 One thing that keeps a man from holding his own is the bureau of internal revenue.R. D. Give a living gift. African VW-lets (600 varieties). DEE'S GARDEN, E3803 Ittiu KE 4-2569 Getting your car in the garage is complicated If you think there is always room for one ,"mower." DO IT NOW Check the "photo" Xmas card specials at FRANCIS JAMES STUDIO, 204 Great Western Bldg., MA 4-2552 Distinctive new collection of Solid brass candelabra and oth. er gift items at the JADE TREE, W821 Riverside. MA 4- -1922. Remember when "Cuban heels" were something ladies wore? Perfect spot for Xmas & New Years' parties & banquets. De. licious food! HERITAGE INN, N9304 Division. HU 78086. Nowadays when you lay your cards on the table you can buy anything.Changing Times. A lifetime lasting gift: Coil& cates for Charm Classes (adults or teens) can be used anytime. DREZDEN'S, MA 4-8822. The poor would never he able to live at all if it weren't for the poor. See 'what's smart and new for you to knit for Xmas gifts at the KNIT-KNACK SHOP, W25I8 Fairview. (NW Blvd.) FA 7-7960 Nativity sets, all styles, prices St materials. Complete selection now at KAUFER'S. W716 Sprague. MA 4-4758. Delight her with the fur cape or Jacket of her dreams from BOGE FURRIERS large collection, NS Post, TE 8-2011. Emphasize your eyes with new fashion colors even if you are allergic to reg. make-up with ALLERCREME Cosmetics from COWEN'S, MIS Riverside. A reactionary Is a somnambulist walking backward. Roosevelt. FESTIVE FASHIONS by "Ma. jestic"-separstes for a well-rounded Holiday wardrobe in Raspberry Ice Allegro blue. Sizes s-le $695 to $1895- HANNAH KOHN'S--Kuha Bldg. It has been my experience that old folks who have no vices have very few virtues. A GIFT OF BEAUTY certificates for permanents, reduclog or cosmetics. KE 5-2952. TRULY YOURS, E2933 29th. Nera Dungan's distinctive "DOLL SHOW" Thurs. & Fri. from 1 to 3 p.m. Designers' Shop (3rd floor) BON MARCHE Authentically dressed European Imports from Civil War to 20s. The surest protection against temptation is cowardice.M. Twain. Book now for Round-TheWorld cruises, 1103. Call MA 1.1015. MURRAY TRAVEL BUREAU It now costs more to amuse a child than it once did to educate his father.--R. D. TIMELY CLEARANCE of EARLY FALL FASHIONS 14 to 341 off former prices sults, dresses, knits. sportswear HANNAH KOHNKuhn Bldg. You're invited to view "Around The Year" with Wee Fashions by JOTHEA. Spokane Club luncheon Saturday, Dec. 3. Call TE 8-8511 for reservations. Myth: Thing le girl.--Dell. Wise shoppers find the hard-tofind health foods at RAYMOND'S NATURAL FOOD SHOP, N2I0 Howard. RI 74622. Very often the chip on the shoulder is just bark.Alex Dreier. Old cups, saucers, china. GEORGE'S ANTIQUE SHOP N4601 Nevada HU 3-6994 Melancholy is the pleasure of being sad.Hugo. They Frolic to music. Dancing animals, cowardly lions, prancing clowns, etc. JEWEL BOX, Davenport Hotel. All the hest gifts come from Heaven or the CAROUSEL. Shop early, it's a heavenly place to shop. Ash & Indiana. To be great is to be misunderstood.Emerson. Select Gift Books at CLARK'S Old Book Store W9I1 Riverside MA 4-1846. One sword keeps another in the sheath.Herbert. Christmas shop for jewelry gifts at DON GLASCOCK'S out-of business SALE, costume jewelry from 59c. N7 Post. Autumn, a second spring when every leaf's a flower. Camus. Dressy casual half sizes In "round-the-clock" styles. SHAME SHOPETTE, corner Madison & Queen. PA 7-8780. ADVERTISEMENT Art kits, Peddlepainting, Scroll Art, paint and frame kits, etc. for Xmas gifts. PAINT POST W902 Indiana. FA 8-5700. , Walk up to life and it will walk with you.--Coburn, Consultation costs nothing, but may be the most important step in your life. MA 4-0055. Betty ROLLERT, S3924 Grand. A well-adjusted person is one who can play both golf and bridge as though they were games.Carlson. A touch of ageless elegance need not be expensive. Marble tables, $25 to $93. INLAND MONUMENT, E2724 Sprague. ' ' "TRI-CIIEM" liquid embroidery demonstration or supplies. Call RI 7-8562. WI201 12th. No man can have a reasonable opinion of women until he has long lost interest in hair restorers.O'Malley. Gifts galore by MERLE NOR-MAN COSMETICS kits, boWines & other gift items. W706 Sprague. MA 4-2525. I don't make jokes; I just . watch the government and re-Part the fact. Will Rogers. PARTY PAMPER puts party over with custom-decorated Goodies from FROSTO Ice-Cream Kitchen, 5th & Wash. When you land yourself up to your neck in hot waterdo as the teakettle doeswhistle. Flat ribbon knits are high-styled simplicity with a fabulous texture. FRAN'S Maternity Shop, N2I2 Howard. MA 4-5530. Better select those Christmas cards from the lavish collection at JOEL'S. Every style imaginable. W714 Sprague. The optimist is wrong as often as the pessimist, but he has a lot more fun.McCall's. Rare Coins make delightful gifts for your collector friend. CARROLL'S. W918 Sprague. The modern convenience that banishes most mothers' worries is a school bus. Knit dresses & skirts sho;tened at the CRESCENT Hosiery Mending and Reweaving Dept. There are two kinds of discontentthat which works and that which sits and wrings its hands. Picturesque French, Italian and Colonial styled sculpturedquilt sofas & chairs. TREND HOUSE E9404 Sprague. WA 4-0622. Delightfully styled jacketed dresses that take you to the office and on to a dinner date. RICH'S NZ Post Don't worry about crowded colleges; they'll empty by degrees. ADVENT CALENDARS-50c Imported from Germany. MEMORY LANENorthtown and Shadie shopping centers. No man in the world has more courage than the man who can stop after eating one peanut. Treasured laces and tablecloths exquisitely re-newed by PARIS "Classic" Cleaners. RI 7-3128. S3I5 Washington. An old maid has one consolation! She can never be a widow no matter who dies. Gift certificates for contact lenses or frames at ERICKSON OPTICAL LABORATORY. Riverside & Howard. RI 7-6149. "Gay Gibson's" Holiday collection of dressy sheaths with jackets in sparkling brocade. LeDEL'S SHOP, N1804 Monroe. I 1 1 . - -'01141 0910 KCCB91 5 4A T 0 Tatham fia..te Dave H..kcia, ' 1 011111111 tallec UM set,.....'- ' o.--. . ' 7 Broadcasting 24 hour Each De 10 'I4,A . . . Jerry Loner 7'0a, WoodY Wdwr d s: . ,t s a East Trent until 2 I Select Gift Books at 6'AM Dr. M'Intstre 1 215P Bob Phtllins i Inw ;IP' n:e'f'acn.-yd IL vz Sign ' a ";:.....,,i pass where -.- CLARK'S Old Book Store . b 11nA News 1 Mr Allen Wolter 6 45A V nyvlir Cthoel 5 noP L. llolter itiIX 131 Thomas !,:, .. . ,i'li you reach the under- . -1 --10111 11 ,,,, W9Il Riverside . . . MA 4.1846 7 . 7 teiA 1Aord Ne 5 1!;1' Aen WX ." : i.:- . . . 7.154 Boo PlUli1w311 t; tiLOOP Nrwg a . --... 31,A NewS fi MP lifeline f.999 MC) - ,, . One sword keeps another in 7 45A Bob Phillips 6 o 1loP Frank Herron plimileast 500 a.m. to WOO Ctn. Trent becomes 5011A News 7 li, News. snorts Separate ltrogrammina . A' r the sheath.Herbert. Art G fry R 15A Bob Phil ins 7,3oP Frank Herron 11;09 cim to 00 pap. Wellesley. Continue REFWAY ivAsg. I AM .. 104s.A ode 8 lel, News Sinn Oil iii Christmas shop for jewelry gifts 11OnA 11011seciarie R itiP Frunk Herron . , 1111cA Garry Moore 12:00M Hal Simmons lilt E31 tv.. .1 East on Wellesley ... at DON GLASCOCK'S out-of 12:001 News ).-- . 11 so...'' 111111 ., 1911El; 1970 KCBroadesellne from 6 a.m. until 1 cin, I 14 ,.. you can't miss it! :;-: business SALE, costume jewel- (1380 MC a tint frofn I ? : - smoa sttEm s Col 4OoP R. MacArthur 1. ANCHOR SECURITIES COMPANY ry from 59c. N7 Post. 448,, , 1,4k 1( c" fleonca 1,3 10 WO Dare Page 8:00P Joe minek ' t..e until 4;15 pm.) itgl 730 Sprague Ave. Spokane, Wash. Autumn, a second spring 471 ,... iL 12.0eN Jun Johnston 1:00A Sian Off t.. 8'30A tivestck Mkt 12 0,1N Bowline 6 4nA sport 12 1,toP 1.ive,14 Mkt lillE31-F31 , Please call re at your earliest conven when every leaf's a flower. ,o., 8 :11,A LiveAick Mkt 2:45P Club-Church tends. ( ) I would Ilk. to receive a loca- Camus. 719 ei 9 OUA Trading Post 49? 9 MC-9 ant. until midnight) , tion plat. ( ) I would like to have you . liN 14: IV Altisic With A Gulden lough .c . Cpl, drive rno to the property. I fully under., Nativity sets, all styles, Prices Dressy casual half sizes "Gay Gibson's" Holiday collee 090 sr) iiMIN Z, - stand that this coupon places In. under St materials. Complete selection In "round-the-clock" styles. tion of dressy sheaths with Broadcasting 24 noun; Farb Doi (630 KCBroodeastinit from 5:56 a.m. ,, - ,1 ', . 15 win. no obligation whatsoever. now at KAUFER'S. SHADLE SHOPETTE, corner jackets in sparkling brocade. fl'00A Jim Dann 3:00P Bob Adkins until 4.IA MM., . . ,. . 5 O w loA htly ii,thvo 70 L m 01, Lorry 'eek 1100A ForM Whines 8'191A Rob Angel ,.; .... W716 Sprague. MA 44758. Madison & Queen. FA 7-8780. LeDEL'S SHOP, N1804 Monroe. 12;OON 011ie Schell 12:00M J. F. Knight 6 15A 11.b Angel 9 :WA pob Swig . ' ., 1111 N . . 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INLAND 1 !724 Sprague. 1 !quid embroion or supplies. 71201 12th. rave a reasonvomen until he Lterest in hair ley. MERLE NOR- kits, boXt items. MA 4-2525. jokes; I just . nment and re-'ill Rogers. :R puts party tom-decorated FROSTO Iceith & Wash. yourself up to , waterdo as swhistle. Its are high-with a fabuLN'S Maternity all. MA 4-5530. 9 el those Christmas he lavish collection very style imagin Sprague. st is wrong as often mist, but he has a make delightful tr collector friend. W918 Sprague. n convenience that ;t mothers' worries ma. & skirts sho;tened ESCENT Hosiery Reweaving Dept. two kinds of dis which works and its and wrings its French, Italian and d sculpturedquilt rs. TREND HOUSE e. WA 4-0622. - I ADVERTISEMENT 1141 4.-41ifP. A I Oil .4 It- :r4V , 'I l 3ci ii 1 , A i; 4 ,41 1 4z. , H i ' i 4(' E 4 1 ? tlu ,, 2.1;11,i 14t, i p i !, 1 ' , , Pti )1( 311 '111:. :40, .4 . 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