Of J*« 10— THE BAYTOWN SUN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1954 Last On List DETROIT, Jan- 13—(IPi-Tlic last •hamc listed -in the 1954 Detroit telephone director is Zeko^Zzzpt. Cfepven young bachelors wlxhrent $tfurnished home use that name for their house phnne. it was reported. For Years To Come BIG FOUR CONFERENCE IN BERLIN MAY SET COURSE SINUS ASTHMA, HAY FEVER. ^Amazing N«w TreatmenNFREE TRIAL ^Thousands hive received amazing, fast re- .lief with this ssnsalional, new treatment, .from 'symptoms of hay fever, 2Sthmi, .isinus headaches, pressure in forehead, ^soreness in eves, cheek bones, rop of vhead. back of head and down neck, when •caused by nasal congestion. \Vrite for 7 •JDAV FREE TRIAL. POSTPAID, no COK vor obligation to try it except; it is agreed 'you will mail it back, postpaid at end of "•'trial period if nor amazed with results. ^American Laboratories, Lodi. California. By PHIL NEWSOM United Press Foreign Analyst Even should the minutes of the forthcoming Big Four Berlin conference never be written and the conference itself never'held.-it can, nonetheless,- determine Europe's course for years to come. The e.xiremo gravity v/ith which the conference is being viewed, and some insight into the .slakes involved, already are apparent in the statements of both diplomats and soldiers— even though it? scheduled Jan. 25 date still is two weeks away and a precise meeting place You haven't seen until you've seen .the New'54 DODGE New en Display! Get a better deal of your dependable Dodge dealer's mg in Berlin has not yet been selected. It led Western Europe's supreme commander. Gen. Alfred M. Gm- enthcr. to .issue ihe sober warning: "There is no prize for second place in this game." And . it led French Foreign Ivjin- ister Georges Bidault to the remark: "When you lunch with the devil you must eat with a very long spoon." The stake involved is the"whole of Germany and eventually the whole of Europe. The European Army, whether to be or not to be, is the primary target, and first France and then Britain, whether eventually they ar e to "look :to .the East or . the West.- the secondary"target. The above two' targets are 'first or second only in the sense of time. For Russia, if she is to win Man Shoots Arrow At Ex-Wife's Boy Friend MILWAUKEE, Wis., Jan. 13— (UV~Alois Goskowicz, 35. wa§ fint-d $25 Wednesday on • charges .of shooting .an. arrow at his divorced wife's boy friend. Goslcpwicz said 1 he-merely "wanted to frighten Anton Dulak, 23, so he could: have a "heart to heart" talk with his ex-wife, Marian. 27. Goskowicz borrowed the bow and arrow from his 11-year-old nephew. the second, must abolish the danger of-the first. Russia already is; indicating 'the. price she is willing to,pay'and the point beyond' which she .will not- so. 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