The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 9, 1960 · Page 27
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 27

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C O M 1 SECT 10 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, I960 ITS 6ETT1N6 DAPK. WHAT ARE WE WAITING FOR? ''WE'VE GOT TO ELECTROCUTE THOSE BEES—TO GET OUT BESIDES, THEY MAY SWARM INSIDE NEXT. «*?gl»$« S - I U&^$. •" TIME? DON'T KNOW, SAM. MAYBE A MINUTE OR TWO. WHYP TRACY-HOW MUCH TIME ELAPSED BETWEEN THESE TWO PHOTOS? THE TANKS ORIGINAL RADIO lSJ~RANSFORMER AND THIS AERIAL FROM DAYS OUGHT TO DO IT. WHILE AT HEADQUARTERS C FOUR VfEWS: NORTH, EAST, SOUTH, WEST. IN THIS PICTURE THERE SEEMS TO BE SOMETHING PROJECTING FROM THE TOP OF THE TANK. IN THE BJG PICTURE —NO. HUE JUICE THAT COMES'OUT OF HERE WILL BE MUCH HIGHER VOLTAGE, SO NOW WHEN I TOUCH THIS RAW WIRE TO THE TANK— tf-VsUr-iS ^ TAKEN FROM THE EXACT SPOT .WHERE THE GUN WAS FOUND. ' THATS FUNNY, THERE \f WHAT IS SOMETHING n -WOULD PROJECTING FROM j\ IT BE? THE TOP OF THIS OWE. CRiMBSTOPPCRS TEXTBOOK- IF VOU MUST SMOKE IN BED, KEEP A BOWL - HALF-FILLED WITH WATER NEARBY TO • EXTINGUISH BUTTS-AND ALSO TO „•. v DOUSE POSSIBLE FLAMES. ^^y THAT OLD WAR TANK FASCINATES ME. I WONDER IF THE BEES APE STILL ON IT. ARMY DIVISION AND f'M LOOKING POR V WHY NOT TAKE UP PAINTING, - A HOBBY, -J-—T LIKE PRESIDENT EtSENHOVJER HERB _/,.• V AND WINSTON CHURCHILL,? IF .YOU HAD A YOU WOULDN'T SLEEP so MUCH AND IT \MOULD IMPROVE VOUR MIND THAT'S A GOOD IDEA YOU WASTING VOUR TIME AGAIN! TAKING " ) "'..^t r ?^ \^M^^^ >^?r/-ii5^r BLONDIE- GOIMG TO TAKE UP PAINTING THIS BOOK WILL TEACH YOU ALL ABOUT ART IN TEN EASY LESSONS YOU MEAN IN A F£VJ WEEKS I CAN BECOME ANOTHER PICASSO? OH,THAT SHOULD BE WONDERFUL FOR. YOU, DEAR YOU HAVE ALL THE ART SUPPLIES YOU'LL NEED TO PAINT YOUR FIRST MASTER- I HOPE YOU DIDN'T 3=/ FORGETA PENCIL SHARPENER ANDABERET IM MOVING EVERYTHING OUT-- I'M GOING TO MAKE IT INTO MY STUDIO I'M SORRY, BUTTHERES BEEN A TERRIBLE ,—., MISUNDERSTANDING I WHA.TAR6 YOU DOING TO MY I'M THE ARTIST^ HODEL MR.BUMSTEAD SENT FOR-- SHOV/ ME TO HIS STUDIO/ PLEASE THE WORLD HAS S M I.I IT .y j 5Sl_-lJ BUT YOU SAID I THOUGHT YOU MEANT PAINTING PORCHES AND FLOORS AND SCREENS AND THINGS LIKE THAT JUST LOST ITSELF )~^— ANOTHER REMBRANDT [ COULD TAKE UP MAM YOU Vv/ANT YOUR MONEY l>(iO, King re:iures

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