The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 11, 1960 · Page 6
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 6

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Tuesday, October 11, 1960
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THE PARIS HEWS, TUESDAY, OCT. 11, 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. and 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 GRIN AND BEAR IT -By Lichfy "... And 5% are those with a mean sireak!... They don't care about the candidates, parties or issues... They just rote fo upsei our po//s/" DENNIS THE MENACE .I 72?^ >ou i DIDN'T WANT TO HAY 'fixiow TK& tfiADe^f IARNIY GOOGLE WOW.'J DID VE SEE THflT WIGGLE-WftGGLE DANCER JEST GO BY,SILflS? LITTLE LULU SM1L1N' JACK NAW II WHflR DID SHE GO, SNUFFY ? I SHORE DID!! SHE WU1 EVER' WHICH-fVWWS STREET NOT IMORE'N THUTTV MOPS, GO UPSTAIRS AMP GET INTO THE TUB/ -AT ic, cinrN c- \ ;'..-•• '.-, '• ' •••tj'fc CV'-i ' - 1 - J.~*S^±~- . \ -~ •- . • . ~ ._- v - A •.;,<! CAPS T X!!-;VO'OR: / v -.-i.--^' j^VS •:,"' E !S PRCBASLV r-' .'• r^-" 1 ---' ••'• /•--' >f -'Y" ?<?!£(.lt_FC.R. WS J •* L;.^,, ^V-i^'X 70 TP.y TO RrJP CL : FI ENEMIES' THOSE OLD WAP TANKS HAD \VOJCERPLX_ WITH BUILT-W TIKE Vr-n WECK. CAO. N Vo-J SPOOFED, • vcxi SAJD i \VWCNC, ANOj^jf J BNOCULARS. SOtvlEBODV WAS Ir^SlCeTWS TW-JK. WHEN TH£ RC?ST RCTURE TAKEN. .^on't'cVedook'V Don't YOU think, any opportunities.) I'm old enough, He'd make a ^ Mother, to But, Mother.' s ms e -a ng your - , , . I'm sure M««: Click XHe Is msf«iy being \he hasnc some is much' attracted fcs) polite -ana return- intentions up_ .you, Judy— inviting /-ing your inOitatiori.i ™s *ie2ve.y~ marvelous scn-'uvlao.'.] make .my own m •G8cis:or,5? A .you, Judy—inviting ' us to dinnei 1 He's my boss ana V I'm his employee a you're my parens. DICK TRACY GASOLINE ALLEY BLOND1E ! VJ1SH VOL) V^OULDMT VJAKE ME UP/ VOU KNOVJ HOV/ H.ARD IT 15 FOR M= TO GET SACK TO I AM FfR.«LV 03NWNCED THAT THESIS NO ONE IN THIS U30RLO (OHO R£ALLV UKES ME! i ACROSS !. Discharged 5. Fuel 8. Italian coins 12. Edible root stock 13. Emmet 14. Impression 15. Soiar disk 16. Philippine negriio 17. Canvas shelter 18. Old pronoun 19 Capable of being held 22. While 23. Noise 24. Constellation 26. Res-ises 29. Weighing devices 32. Speed contest 33. Kiichfin utensil 35. Body of fresh water 38. Artificial language 37. A perpetual curate S3, Honey gatherer 40. Sea god 41. Silly 42. Inquire 43. Retired Solution of Yesterday's Purtla 47. Companion 49. Grassy fielfl 51. Virginia wi'low 54. Baking chamber 55. Make a mistake 55. Places 57. Compass •po i n t • 58. Sorrowful 59. Snare nou'N, !. Remain 2. Detest 3. Metallif- erous rock 4. K;nrt oj Ufa ;i n IHI 11 y 5. Pra!U I? ft Ttf •JTI7 6. Pilaster 7. Pierce R. Exact 9. Small fish 10. Calif. rc-ck tlsh 1!. Consumes L'O. Conclude lil. Varnish ingredient 2,1. Adorns £5. White line-grained jfvpsum 26. Seed covering 27. Constructed 28. Rotating pina 2P. Emblem 30, Supple- men IS Sl.Lo-/. for 34. Kdiblc tuber 37, Contend 2S. Portugese coin 44. Curved 40. Main point 47. Hay storage compartment 48. Salutation 50. Historical period 52. Gr. k-!'.er 53. Viper FAS TIME IS WIN, if N«»lf<3lL<'CJ Lauh §y>om Henderso n'] "I wanna talk to you, too, Herb." OFF THE RECORD —Ed Reed "—And when I finally found a gas station, I was nearer to home than hack to the car." JOE PAL'OOKA :W PEOPLE KNOW FT, JOS A BRITISH MANUFACTURER TH£Se PRIZES WLL PAY THE DevELDPWEMT COST POKOK LrTTLE FLYW6 RIG/ ANP THINK Or THE MARKET WES' M.RP. BECOMES A POPULA5? HERE'S TOE SECRET HANGAR WERE PR.VALE IS BUILPING THE T066S CYCLEW1WG/ POWKEPFU6HT.' FR£KCHP/fl BUZ SAV/YER BRENDA STARR STATIONS IKSTRUMENTED WTO f TELEMcTRV PIVKES, POWE2FUL RACAK, J LOC'< ON TO TME POlARIS ANP FOUOV/ : ITS FLIGHT. ?, UP...UK.., 0c5 THE POLARIS HOSIZON, ALSO TRACKIME THE M THrVOST lNTtRESTE3«S?ECrATOR PACKEP WITH ELECTRONIC S /f r W.y PCl'fJT. MM QUM \VIJH A 'O, IAMSY, AW TUZ WITH TU l-ALA AILAST, KfrZYGl'lS SUT BZEtiPA IS ReFRE-SHcP W/~ FOOP AMP WE JUS. HOTTEST SCOW AFU&Tl 7D [WIT /VOTHE/2 5W/P T<3 T4J<'E YOU &ACk' TO THE m JUST TOO TO THW&l fjg£&\

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