The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 6, 1960 · Page 14
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4 7H£ fARfS NEWS, THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 9— Esfofe FOR MICF; ONES i fJKW thfff , (.•.•.(i-l!*!-''p'-i'ie. hrirk, (.' A r p > ',"' f ••• i.,... flr,-',, I-APIIAM fin-foif; rnri f»Arr, pMM I !!>!'• I'll? lr| f *e\ pill) ,r, r; .; j-r,.lr tyin I.Htttl (" =",!» ,,.-,,.,, 'ivil'i i,»ii ; , ^itqinrr ft , ,,,, (,,fi I i. ,l<. ff.f hR»! SI.'*' <••'•< I r -I r F.f. I .»•' 'J J VA'.'AMT >.,t>7 -.-. (,jr,-.| ii;.inn «)!<• !.•!'•< j,ir.;p<i'i;l rl>r, = l IVI fu V'-l ?!'••--'" niiiy tiy '( I'M CHICK WITH UON Ml: WAR!' i ; oi j w:rn;R vA,i.ui: r v \/ IXll-l Ml.VVAIM' Loco! Options Run Against Legal Liquor AUSTIN' i(\P>- -!,wal o p M '.' n rjnrflon if>?|i|l.^ pip M.innl'iL' P|MHJ! ^ in ! fiBaip'i Iranli'iiii; li'iui.ii, \\\f> 'I'dvflc 1 ii«jiioi Conli'tl Ui'rtfJ 'si "H"'H( Y i'? (iry Vi'hilp tivp Hirini.hly ! \VJIO| p (|\» lpil \vpi tlm li I sni'l. U)M= t> of bW WrtS Mm his; A !> E u p I Ihe Hwkley ritsrf :* i>f (Vryi'li O.i'uify fc- ingine'.! th y hy R .140-34^ margin, i R^I.I F'ei r-=t. Milt. T?r!"3iil OoUnly, j vpmai\iP<.l "'Is y tiy a 310-2.15 \i.ife, ; Du 1 . uis: Ihp i\\oi\Ui (ti'.iuov Ow ' NKW !MAN'A<«r,K --- HIIVVPV iMmphy lifis hoc IHHV iiuiMiignr (if Ihe I'rninsylvjiiiin 'i'irc -md (.'o. |ilnrii. in r;ni'! ll(> rcpl-ticcR WjiHare Maddox. I ho first. niaii;'H''' <>f "' ( ' " f ' w |')''i"l (•'"iipliy (inn<: '(» 1'ii'i.-; fi'nin ,S;>n i-iMiulm, C'dli!., ami Ilio (ijddand pt;iiil "f MnnMicld Tire: nnd Knhlior (.'(». (I'Ji.t'iw N'rws Sliiff Pennsylvania's Plant Here Has New Manager llfuvov (,'Uli|iliV Finn! ,'-!nn I . P;i[j<; I!" i|n\ , lln 1 (I T|io |>]nnl inMiri foul Mmi?(ip|'.l Thp planl I n vonf n^'ii !>itn|'jiy n.-i. Minn ; 'ii»l Hliv. «i lii:ill)('Uliii li-5 (otii-lu'i , r mil rtmi'li .'it lliindi'i I.iik.'. Wis. IZ^ ,„«,.! MFN CX\N PARK °^i;*^.\CAR FASTER THAN WOMEN lipl 1 ! Tiip sii'il U'lbticr Co., in PoMnnil. Cnlil, dllpnniM \Vi-rntioin S I n I P vi;i|pit h'otn the u'nsin wilh a i pasl. ;" o! in \Vlirn I\PVP. for (lie- ni^i n <lmiEhirr. Thov lirk. a |Vf>RhtiiPi\ in Mis. C. C. \Valkrt, .lr,, o( f|o|wli>!i'iit ]\:\r- e.'-- t,-i'<li'.|ii'.| scii'nfilii-nlly ;i f.ief wliti'li ii'vu'ly I'S'i'i y tn.'ilo diiv- ri will claim lu< lue; l,i<i>wn ter ye:!rs \ ll>;in f:MI |»,'H k !) cur fri'lrr l|i;!ll 11 vvnilian r:\li. Tlic (IrparlfiK'nrs m.'inai.'er. S, S. Tnylov. luavelv nn- iMninccd 'Vuiv.ilny Die re/Htlt.^ »r ^iop-watv:h ler-t? Tho aver- aep nuvu. be .^-lii'. iucbo'5 into ,'l ['fH'kltiE .'-.pace in I'll. 7 NIT- end', (be avfi'aK'' woman iu 37. J Fpi'omls women e^n maneuver iulo }i:ivl<.ina spaces luster (bail PiMllP UlCrK." Hospital News iy^TT 2 "^ > ' r / ^/ } Of Clarksvilie \Knife And Fork Club To Hear Tom Martin f'firl S -V^w a K*fy I/ 1 * CT.AFtKSVJLf.K — .Mr.v paf.ie.nf? to Ked F'.iver O/un t y rliirinj; thfi week were: Mrs, f>>'iniol ('.. finrretl. Route 9, ClarVsvill^; Forrftst V/hitftman, fioiitf 1, (llarksville; Mr.*. K:>rd f>n</is. T'o^ata; Ann fuekett. An- ru."if», Mrs, ('eon ,fones, Annonfi; K. \>. Wbifernan, ft/iiitr I, Clarks- villf; f f ;/,-ckifl Hemfyree, A very; Mrs (^nrl Tri/nrn, A very; ,',frs. f!.-ilph f;,i Ford, ftonlfi fi. Cfarksvillr; Vln I'ov/nll Wfislrnornlfind, Anno n a; Mr*. Vrrnw Kwloy, KOII|R '(, rinrk.svillr; Mrs, fl. If. Mnore. Avpry; Mrs. Arvil Wilson, flonfc 1. Avpry; Kdyiir (lid'-ns, P 11 j. bright; Mrs. Horn Dnn-r, lUmtn I, C'lnrksvillp; Mrs. P<-le .Johnson. Hobcrl. MrCiiln, Ft/iulr fi TMtt Martin, "the rran with \r\'j. all the while." will speak to 'he Fari.-, Knife and For !< here V/sdnesday at 7 p rn. at The program will he the yer-r's firs-t. Members are lions now, A buffet style dinner is planned. Martin, the clevf-r humorist '•>, ho.'-.e farne f//>k him (n Kris- land. Franco and Germany, not only (ells joltf.s hul. ilius- Irnfef; a few of them wilh ahility. He had a hand in the devrilopmftnt of TV humori.it George Gobol. Hr: started as a humorist at Ifj while; attending the Univer- s;', of Tennt-sscft where he rnajortd in journ.MKrn. fie worked on Ihft N'a.shvi'ie Banner and Knoxvi!!*? .Journal, en- tcrtaincd with the U.S.O., and •was overseas for t'.vrj years with the 20!h Corps of 3rd Army. !a. J ..-,«( as one of Nat King Cole Takes Broadway Over Cash HOfXYWOOD AP)--Ttic other I fnul C,rt:}',wy caws in as pro- ni«ht, Nat Kin" Colo and his wife ] rluccr, nnd (he company of 35 is wY-re in slight dHngrefimcnl over now in rchcfirxal unfltr Bill Col- the directions to Ciro's. "I ousht to know," he insisted, "Back is I MR. I used to take the Sunset bus near there to rehearse a. radio sintjcr at $n a " Cole has come a Ion;; way sincf: thrive days, so long that he is cur- rendy able to pn.ss 'ip $200,fXX) in hooking. 1 ! to fulfill a long iirnhilion of •appearing on Broadway. "A lot of people think I'm cra/.y," hft arlrnif.';, '•"Espfltiiilly Martin i.<i c!a. J . the few ^ri-c'tl humorists in the United Slalfr.-i today. tion, because they can see th;| money ROI'IIK out the window. But this is .something that, means more "I reached a point iu my career the people in my own orEnnixfi- UK sl.i'( lf:r;in'.'< dircr:l|'»n. The show will ripen in K;in Franciscio and tout 1 the Mir[wf<-,t in one-week stands before the liroodw'jy opening after the first of the year. "I'm With Von" is not a standard musical, It's an impressionistic affair in which Cole will adopt many guises during the ex- I position of variations of love. Be- 'sidfK hari'llinj! Ihe .sinking chores, tie will acl a.s a kind of "Our Town" narrator from Ihe side of Of DP Ciivniulor. Ftillirljjlit; [•''!- g<ir Krnitli, Koiitr I. Amy; Jloilh Minn.-:, l!"Kfil;>, Mr. 1 ., Kay m o rul llfiintl I o n, C'lnrksvillc; Jr. 1 . '< <• j (JlTcr. H'MjIr: li, f Ini kpvillr; Mrs. j Ii«'s|pr Klniil, Moiilc 1, OH'l.'ilti; •Mrs. llnllin Wilmr-r. CUiiksvillc; Mi's!! Srunh Kli/,*ihrfli Wr i\ \- i- r, Cl'if ksvlllf; Alvln 11,'il'Hr'i 1 . Honti! i|. IMuilli. Mrr. lljulry C,'ilih\-c 1 I, Avci.v; .Mmmir .hiini^on. llmilr ,'l, CUiclt.'cvJlIc; Mi'v jMnMror I'ur- M»ll . Clni li.nviMi-; MM;. ll;\yinnn(l .Its'iii. Hniilf I. Delia Mct.'i in y. villp. Hl'Urr. Allen Srnll. limill '!. rht'ksvillo. Mrs. .) I,. Nicks. Houlr X. Avi'ry; .lohn Dr.tpoi'. Cl.'u kr.villo; Hobby Hrrm, ''lark 1 ;villo: .lames Kirhy Iliad;. Kmitr I, !loi;*tlri; l,i'p Austin, ('Uirlssnllr; C. II. Molfoii. l.'liirksvilU-; K;iHiryn Muiriiy. ('hukM'illi': I'nul Murray, <'lnr!isvilli»; Aubrey r'tinl. .Jr., Itintlo (i, (.'Ifirk.svillr: HIISMI ,adies Reveal Golf Pairinas I'aii i»i;;s h;iv(> hecn revealed for Ihe ie>:u!/ir C'riday I'nirnanient of Ihe Women's (><>\( Association of Ihi- I'aiis (loll JIIH! Country Club. A While Klephaiit Tourney find a pulUof; nmtcsl aie scheduled, Morniiu; pnirinns inclu<le Mrs. H, K. Storey vs. Mrs. Bill Jla^an, Mrs, .lim llat'kmau vs. Mrs. P,ud lUnl, ;IIK| Mrs. c. I!. Sikefi vs. Mrs. N. I,, darker. Allri'n(Hii) pairin^'.s will |>it ,\lr.s. haviil Uiiiiicy, Mr.s. l.yiui W h ite- siitr and Mrs. • Ki'i'iuil Hawer in a threesome, Mrs, .luck Milloway vs Mr. 1 ;. I'lii'k Iliili'liisnii. M r s. dy Morphew, Mrs, Bob Parker v.'i. Mrs. diaries Denni.son, Mrs. Phil Cook, Mrs. ({a.ybuni Di a I and Mr.s. Dean Aikirt in a threesome. NEXT when 1 needed some added inccn-i JN AUTUMN live. Sure, ! was making lots of f-f^f^,, /-^X-NK IT rr-r money in ni;;ht elulis and concerts, j L.vJL//\ L.L//V / t J / Out sometimes I'd find myself do- A new flivision, for bread recipes, opened today in The Paris N f ews' annual Autumn Cook Book Contest. The cash pri/.e is $5. The deadline [or entry is midnight next Wednes d a y. Entr i e s ing the work while my mind was somewhere else. "I've been thinking for five years :ibont accepling the challenge of a Hroudsvay show. Finally. I decided In do it." The whole idea started when Health Unit Aid Vote Due i Oklahoma News Uureau '• 1 '^ l ' ( ' " wl " )!( ' nl ' w musical based IllHIO. Okla. •- Tuesday, No- °" tlu> varying themes of love. Tht? Cole recorded an album called "Wild Is l,ove," ' wriltt'ii by newcomers Hotly Wayne and Ray Ha.scli. It was a slory idea that seemed convertible into a stage Mc-il. Laler, it was decided to vcmbcr It, is date set for a (,'onnly vole on whether ' Wfis "I'm With You-" should he mailed to Cook Book Conte-st, The P a r i s News. Pie recipes aro now being judged. The deadline for entry in the pie division was midnight this Wednesday. •Shermjiii vs, Mr.s, Hen m j|| i ( . V v' shall he made bv the I! i 1 1 i n i: s ley, Mrs. liaymond Mrs, Dii'lison vs, Mrs. Han- A merry-jitrnnitid biull in 11150 cuunty for Iho purpose! of aiding in Hie .support of a Slate Health Department unit here. The iiucstioii. In be voied at the \ovcmbcr general ek-ction, will | M . Mibmittod In the (nullified is still in use al Walch Hill. K.I. i 111,1,1 it- jt \, ( i i I'urkoll. Atinoiia Oscar l,r\v-s woden slccds ;uv .suspciuli'ii i volers of the cininly by a resolu- HnuU' •(', rinrks'vi'lk'; ' 1,'eo Smil'lV '""" n whi-el wilh no plalfonti lion passed by tiie hoard o' Hi.off I.' Clarksvilie:' !,el;i Scale'' l)t?iu> ""' t'K-'in. commissioners, To Mr. and Mrs. Hilly I, n k o. Annon.-i, IU. 1. ;i .sun. ll^i'ivy P.-uil. b«rn Soplvtnlw ',l(\; lo Mr. and Mr.v \V. li. Cowburn. Cl;ir'<svilio, n (Inunhlpr, Hull) Ann, SrpU'inlii'r T,\ lo Mr. and Mrs, Mark ihimi'b- !'i'v. <.'iiirk.vvilli'. (i duimhtn 1 , 1,iij:li Ann, ,Sc)ilonit.ii>r i!(i; Id Mr. iind Mrs, .]<,>bn Thomas, Dcjwrl, a sun, M<!ti!y (T;iiK. Si.'|)ti>:nboi- V!H: lo Mr. and Mr.v I, t « y d I'liolps. <"Uu'ksvilli\ HI. fi, a diiui'.litpr. r.'tnda l,yu, Oclobiji' 'i. LATE RECORDS 25 c Each TaU**ii From Oitr tTitkc IUi>'^* PARIS MUSIC CO. 215 (Jtan.l ,WP. 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