The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 5, 1960 · Page 14
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 14

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14— THE PARIS NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5, 1960 You reach just about everybody when you advertise your extra household goods for sale with a Paris News Classified Ad ! Dial SU 4-4323 today between 8 A.M. ond 5 P.M. to place your result getting ad. 10 words are just .30 daily on the special 6 day rate. Call Today, Paris News Classified Ads Dial SU 4-4323 COME TONIGHT 7 P.M. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH HEAR Dr. J. Conaljy Evoni Odessa, Texai EVANGELIST SING WITH Steve Taylor GREENVILLE, S.C. and His "Golden Horn" BARNEY GOOGLE ,^/SHORE SAKES ALIV SICH A FORTY RAG ) V'"SM\F' DOLW!! CflN I HOLD/ V^__ HER A SECONT, SAMANTHY COME ~ FIRST HEAR BAPTIST Dr. J. Conolly Evans CHURCH Odessa, T'exas EVANGELIST SING WITH Steve Taylor GREENVILLE, S.C. Hii "Golden Horn" LITTLE LULU GRIN AND BEAR IT -By Lichty intolerable outrage to restrict our leader every he visits U. 5.!... Last yej r it was Disneyland, this year is impossible to see World Series! ..." DENNIS THE MENACE f LET M£ KNOW WHEN W£ GET GREAT DAYS COME TONIGHT 7 P.M. BAPTIST CHURCH HEAR Dr. J. Conally Evans Odessa, Texas EVANGELIST SING ;vrm Steve Taylor {SREENVU.l.E, S.C. His "Golden Horn" SMILIN' JACK Tcf'.TtiRES C=TH= WFEBMO ISl.A.WS. WE f-L- SURVIVE--HE KAO B£TTr.Rl I NtSD K!M FOP.' . A BIS JOB! ;•$».* £&&&£ GREAT DAYS TONIGHT 7 P.M. F l Fl f TT IKS I I it*/ I HEAR BAPTIST Dr. J. Conally Evans CHURCH Odessa, Texas EVANGELIST SING WITH Steve Toylor GREENVILLE, S.C. and His "Golden Horn" DICK TRACY "- SOU BROUGMT , OOOEN. TO HIDE ME. >OU MIGHT JUST AS WELL HAVE LED ME THE GUILLOTINE. I'D ae EAD. A TRANSFORMER?/ A TRANSFORMER WHATSTHAT? h _ ftK'DTURNS IT INTO k^" TONIGHT 7 P.M. HEAR BAPTIST Dr. J. Conolly Evans CHURCH Odessa, Texas EVANGELIST SING \VITII Steve Taylor GREENVILLE, S.C. Hii "Golden Horn'' GASOLINE ALLEY CO,T;S cr). ocin' to C'cyia. A tn' crrcue.J early 'bo ^ p get seats. ' I think ws could let y It's the only s her QO. She didn't do ) ujav, Skeezix. anything so terrible./ She must learn *" •- -- / > her lesson, x 'OASLI: RROON T£LL?/,(r V'OjVc BEEN TALKING TO LEAVE?,. U TAL^iNS TO WHAT?, ^'IK f> IK TO LEAVES.' HE'SCRAZV. 1 VO'JGOTEIL TALK TO CHARLIE BlKCviW LEAVES., yv THAT I SAID,. _j^^ ^b^^.4-- ..THAT I SAID He's OUT OF HIS MIND! TUM W1F UNK SNUFFV, HONEV POT--I'LL WOCK VOU TO BEDOy 8V6 I GOT TO SEE THflT THAR CAPER ACKOSS 1, Young seals 5. Urge on 8. Indoor gamt 12. Wings 13. Garden implement H, Grade 15. Small la^es 17. Article 18. EnRtish school 19. Marks used to denote omissions 22. Nocturnal bird 24. Exclamation 25. The utmost hyperbole 28. Saddle horse 29. Male chick 33. Maple genus 34. Condensed moisture 36. Pernicious 37. Cavities 3D. Makes mournful 41. Incision 43, Symbol for Iron 44. Ankara •45. Overseers 60. Egg-shaped 51. Thus S3. Pan 53. Plunge into water 56. The parson bird 58. Kind ol soil 59. Poems 60. Olden times: poel. 61. Stevenson character DOWN 1. Highest trump in five- card loo Solution of Yesterday's 2. Rubber tree 3. Running side by siiie 4. Percolate 5. Expression of inquiry G. Huminant 7. Style of painting 8. Ready fl -Zfi 61 D. imprecation 10. County \i\ Nebraska 1 1 . Camera's <;.ve IB. Fly aloft 20, Outbuilding 21. Antique •i'l. BriMsanlty colored iish 23. City in Texas 27. Spots on thi skin 28. Word of 30.Keluctantly 31. Cattle 32. Otherwise 35. Cause to float gently 33,ToU! •JO. Far below the surface 42. Flavor 45. Commotion: colloq, 40. Greed> •17. Except •43. Spirit 49. Wealthy 53. Contemptible person 54. Complement of a hook 57. Small fish •PAR TIME 1? MIN. BLONDIE ES. I WONDER SPOTS, MOW MUCH VOLTACE BEES CAN STAND. I'M SORPX ^ NPie. BUT i FGSJGOT \wriAT J SUPPOSED - <~ ^^^— f Ro ' M TH & ^aV^-"' -->""— CT -FV ~j r;r - sf „ " -^fe •^$*&^ 11 'f'Ce,^ I Dl DNi'T TELL VOU TO BRING ANYTHING FROM THE MARKET I'M ABOUT MYSELF u i j k iK'rf i! - 1 - I!*: ^ I'M STARTING TO FORGET V THINGS I v SUPPOSED TO IN THE , ,--, FIRST /"•#;•*, OFF THE RECORD —Ed Reed "Separate checks, please." JOE PALOOKA JOE,THE fiRST HUMAH9 TO ACHIEVE MUST BE SUPEKB ATHLETES.' 'I AND VENUS VALE HERE Y/ILL MAKEA" Off. VALE MIL TELL VOU MORE AT HIS SeCKTT LAB HE'S WORKING ON THE BUZ SAWYER GOODNESS,! ER, JUST TH1NWNG ABOUT , YOU y SOMETHING M?.70SGS ' TOLP ME.. BUT NEVER MIND.' WOVPER' WHAT'D TICKLE BUDCTY FO5J HIS RRST BIRTHPAYT LCX)X WZED.' ] M SMITTY GENTLEMEN, I'LL CLUE YOU IN BRIEFLY 0>J THE POLARIS WEAPONS SYSTEM... IN i?56 THE IP=A OF A SUBMERSED 5UB FIRING A MISSILE THAT COULD DEVASTATE A WHOLE CITY 1000, PERHAPS 2,500 MILES AWAY, SEEMED LIKE A MAPMAN'S DREAM... ViHER= 'MS THE \M7AUD 70 CREATE SLJW AN INCREDIBLE WEAPON? THE SUB TO FIRE IT? IMPOSSIBLE/ FANTASTIC/ — ~^~ \v : TK£ IMAGINATION OF .'A STUBBORN REAR ADMIRAL • AND HIS STAFF, DIRECTlMfi THOUSftN05 OF OUR BEST BRAINS, CRASHED TRRUV/lTd THE MIRACLE AHEAP OF A SCHEPULf. '"''' SOOM TriE MAW WILL HAVE TWO POLARIS S'JBMARIMES OM STATION SOMEWHERE 1M Tfi= HIDDEN DEPTHS OF THE SEAS, MISSILES AIMED ANP READY AT THE PRES5 OF A BUTTON TO BLASTOFF FOR THEIR PREDETERMINED TARGETS. BRENDA STARR we pe«A( OF MY 10 BE ATOP VI ALSO PEAUie I HAVBW'A cuwa ' CO-dpetZATlOU Of THE PEOPLE WHO WEW.B&WA. STARR: B£TT£F COULP YOU THE HEMOflY \MAYSE OF THAT 6KSAT KEFOtZieK I YOU'VE 'THAU BY HZLPIH& YOW& ) &OT A HOPEFULS DUE MS. TO <S 'POHJT, FOLLOW M Hi-K fOOT- ^ ***• 7> ''•' ,tfrJ$~&>" - "&.<*•: ;$**.> &tf )

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