The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 9, 1960 · Page 31
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 31

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Sunday, October 9, 1960
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Breath of a Sa/es/773/7 — CAPP ARE VOU NOW READY TO SELL GENERAL E-ULLMOOSE. MOTORS? ,M NOT SELLING—I'M »UVl WG .'.'-IN FACT; I'VE .JUST BOUGHT EVERY CAR COMPANY ISJ AMERICA '— FOR A • PALTRV FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS//' THEY WERE ONCE WORTH, ftij-LJONS.V &UT THE 'FOOLS WERE SO SCARED E>V VOU R" NOMOTOCAR" MR. NOMOTO, rHEV-cAcKj_E/-y/ " SOLD OUT// ONLY I, ALONE1, REALIZE. THE- NOMOTOCAR HAS ONE FATAL FAULTf 'LL- PROVE IT TO VOU ff~ IT RUNS ON THE DRIVER'S RESPIRATORY SVSTEM CORRECT? 3 CORRECT WITH TH IS ATTACHMENT; i AM NOW ( THEN, TAKE A f CACKLE. f-1 \ .RIDE OUT INTO V THE CORRIDOR// -GENERAL. ME TO 77//S (• THE -Y-4K-T- FATAL FLAW IN I NOMOTOCAR IS THAT K1O' RED-/ BLOODEP fv\AN CAN CONTROL. f HIS BREATH ING, WHEN I A — \, BEAUTIFUL GIRL r PASSES/.' 0UCJO; YOU HAVE HOME- WORKENOU6HTO occupy you FOR THE RE5TOF THE'EVENING-' TH E WAK5OW5 ARE 3ACK AT TH EIR U '.$. A. F: 5A5 E QUARTERS. THEY I7IN6 WITH THEIR IT AAU5T HAPPEN QUICKLY/ THE SOY'S ALKEAPy 6UE55EI7 THAT WHAT WE'RE UP TO CONCERNS HIS BROTHER, HE'LL SOON 5E OLC7 ENOU6H TO C7EMANI7 A PART, WE CAM'T RISK LO5IN(S HIM, TOO/ IN THE 5TUPV, THE COLONEL'S WIFE OPENS A LOCKEP 7 CABINET. U&H/ THEIR VERY LANGUAGE XJ ' TASTES FOUL ON AAV TONGUE.J I'P NEVER HAVE LEARNEI7 SURE, FOP. I'LL GET LO5T A 5ON, IN ONE WITH LATIN JT - £UT ARE RIN61NG PHRA5E- YOU POSITIVE VOU [7ONT WANT METO HELP MOM THEN COLONEL WARBOW PPOPUCES THE gUNPLE OF RUSSIAN SERVICE NEWSPAPERS &KOU6HT HIM ^Y HIS INDIAN ; SERC-EANT PINTO, KEI7STAR MY PEAR, HALTINGLY MRS. WARFOVV TRANSLATING- REPORTS OF MANEUVERS, LISTS OF PROMOTIONS ANP TRANSFERS, THE ROUTINE NEWS OF ANY MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT. AS EACH PU8LICAJ10N 15 FIW/5MEP, THE COLONEL CAREFULLY-^URNS IT. IT IS VEKX LATE WHEN MRS.' WARgOW'S VOICE 5TUM&LE5 OVER-A; NAME.

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