The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 11, 1960 · Page 8
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$— THE PARIS HEWS, TUESDAY, OCT. 11, 1960 Too Late to Classify IMPORTANT NOTICE — Lem Tittsworth Furniture Store in Bonham—Quilting business Bale, open Friday at 9 a.m. Entire stock to be disposed of in the shortest time possible. Lowest prices ever offered. WANTED—Colored malrt, must have your own transportation. General housework and ironing. No cooking. SU4-7525. FOR SALE—Baby calves and some springing cows and heifers. 16 Mixed Whitcface stocker heifers. Will start calving in January. 125-flth N.E. SU5-U21 after 5:00 p.m. THREE ROOM unfurnished apartment. all conveniences. Nice for elderly couple or will take children. Inquire 2465 East Cherry. THE LAST CHANCE ON WHITE'S RED TAG CLEARANCE USED MERCHANDISE 1—TREADLE type Singer sewing machine, extra good $14.95 1—WEST1NGHOUSE electric range, nice and clean $20.00 1—13 CU. FT. LEONARD home freezer, Ireeies perfectly $125.00 1—BUTANE gas refrigerator, perfect condition 539.95 1—12 CU. FT. G.E. electric refrigerator, extra rjce 569.95 2—COLDSPOT lefriEcrators, they will run $5 each 1—COOLERATOR refrigerator, freezes perfect $19.95 1—PRACTICALLY new 11 Cu. Ft. Leonard refrigerator, 4-year guarantee on unit 5169.95 1—FIRESTONE console 21" TV $69.95 1—17" Arvin TV $49.95 1—SILVEHTONE TV, 21" screen, almost new $79.95 WHITE'S 122 Bonham SU4-3369 Knife and Forkers To Hear Humorist The Paris Knife and Fork Club begins its fourteenth year in Paris this week with top-notch speakers and entertainers from America and abroad. The first dinn e r meeting will be on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at The Nicholson House with humorist Tom Martin of Houston as the speaker. The famous humorist beg a n his speaking career at the age of 19 while attending the University of Tennessee. He has entertained with the U.S.O. and has played engagements at the Palladium and Holborn Theatres in London, the L'AViahambra and Olymp i c Theatres in Paris, the Sporting Club in Nice, the Palais de Mediterranean and the Casino de Jete in Cannes and the Scala Theatre in Berlin, Claude Kibble, president of the Paris Knife and Fork Club, urges all members to attend this first meeting and the other fine programs planned by the directors. Other speakers scheduled for the i 1960-61 season include Miss Su- i zanne Silveroruys, outstand i n g woman speaker and internationally famous sculptor, on November 28, 1960; "Cy" Radcliffe, world traveler and humorist, on January 21, 1961. Hans de Meiss j TOM MARTIN . . .Knife and Fork Speaker Teuffen, who is touring in Kenua, Africa, and the Belgian Congo, on February 15. Dr. Russell Williams, well- known scientist from Florida, will speak on the subject "Science and Space" en March l!, 19(51, and Dan T. Moore, popular author, will speak on the subject "Spies and Spy Warfare" on April 8, 1961. Dies Day After Tilth Birthday CORBIN, Ky. W — Robert A. Early approached his lllth birthday recalling "the taste of good tobacco in a good corncob pipe, the joy in working with your hands, the fun I had keeping a diary." The former builder, police judge and storekeeper also joshed about Fire Prevention Week (Oct. 015) marks the start of the Hlh annual year-long fire safety campaign by the nation's Junior Fire Marshals. Since this public service educational program began in 1947, nearly 30 million boys and girls have received instruction in the fundamentals of fire prevention. his cake being too small (or candles and said they'd have to write his age on it. Twenty friends and relatives attended the birthday celebration jand Early appeared to have a fine time. Then Sunday, the day after his birthday, he was stricken shortly after dinner and died a few minutes later from unannounced causes. 107 Million Are Eligible For Voting WASHINGTON (AP) - Nearly 107 million American civilians will be old enough to vote in the November general election, (he Census Bureau estimates. But only about 64',3 million actually will vote, the bureau said last week, if the same proportion of voting-age men and women cast ballots as in 1956. The total presidential vote four years ago was 62,027,000, or GO.4 per cent, of the I02.72t>,000 civilians who were then of voting age. Tile census estimate of the number who will be of voting age on Nov. 8 — 16,974,000 — excludes about 1.9 million members of the armed forces at home and abroad and an unknown number of civilians abroad, some of whom would be eligible to vote. Women of voting age, estimated at oft.l million, will outnumber men by about 5.2 million. If members of the armed forces were included, the difference would be cut to about 3.4 million. Census said its total includes "a great many persons who, although old enough to vote, cannot do so." Among the latter are about 2.75 million aliens; residents of jails, mental hospitals and the District of Columbia: and some who have not satisfied state requirements as to residence, registration or poll- tax payment. In 1784 an Indian mound on the Rivanna River in Virginia was excavated by an amateur archeologist who later became President o! the United States: Thomas Jefferson. Rains Delay Cotton Harvest But Are Small Grains Help COLLEGE STATION (AP) — General rains continued in Northwest, North Centra! and Northeast Texas, Director John Hutchison of the Texas Agricultural Extension Service said last week. Scattered showers in other sections brought no significant moisture. Rains delayed the cotton and grain sorghums harvests in the Rolling Plains, but were adequate for small grains in all but five counties near Vernon. Increased use of strippers has speeded the cotton harvest in North Texas. Farmers are busy planting small grains now that moisture is adequate. Heavy rains fell in Northeast Texas. Peanuts are sprouting in some fields. Better than average yields are being obtained on well drained areas. Moisture throughout deep East Texas ranges from fair to good. The harvest is 80 per cent complete. Scattered showers improved moisture in far West Texas, but j general rains are needed to speed i'all growth of grass. The cotton harvest has reached the peak. Grass is curing well for winter | grazing- Ranges in West Central Texas deteriorated but livestock reimins ing rapidly. Pastures are still good in fair to good condition. Farmers "dusted in" small grains. Increased use of mechanical harvesting equipment has cotton stacked up at the gins. The Central Texas cotton harvest is back in full swing after rains. Small grains are up. Rain is needed for peanuts and slock tanks. Pecans are beginning to hull, but the crop appears short. Moisture in the Panhandle is adequate. An excellent carrot crop is moving to market but prices are low. Early grain sorghum yields are good '.\n<\ wheat and pasture prospects bright. Cotion is slow to mature. Dryland yields of sorghum and cotton are good in the northern needs hot, dry weather to mature. The soybean and castor bean fields are about two-thirds planted. Aided by dry weather, the cotton and corn harvest along the Gulf coast is Hearing completion. The rice harvest also is progress- and farmers are baling excess grass. Moisture is needed for small grains- The citrus harvest is on in the Lower Valley. Both yield and quality were reported good. A general rain is needed for grains and winter grasses. Vegetables are making good growth. Birthday Celebrated With Family Reunion LONDON (AP) — Antony Armstrong-Jones is working on hii first photographic assignment since he married Princess Margaret and gave up his bachelor profession, Armstrong-Jones has agreed to supply some of his pictures for a new biography of the fashionable Italian artist Annigoni, painter of Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret. Maine has 17 million acres of timberlands. Asthma Formula Prescribed Most By Doctors -Available/ Now Without Prescription Stops Attacks in Minutes ... Relief Lasts for HoursI A'cwYcirk. N.T. (S,,ccl.l)-Thc nsthnia formula prescribed more Oinn any other by doctors for their private patients is now available to nsthma sulfertrs without prescription. Medical tests proveil this formula stops asthma attacks in minutes and gives hours of freedom from recurrence of painful asthmn spasms. This formula is so effective that it is the physicians' lending asthma prescription—so safe that now it can he sold — without prescription — in tiny tablets called i'rimatenc®. Prirnatenc opons bronchial tubea, loosens mucous congestion, relieve* tnut nervous tension. All this without taking painful injections. Thesocretis-Primatcne combine*, 3 medicines 'in full prescription! strength) found most effective in • combination for asthma distress. Each performs a special purpose. So look forward to sleep nt night, J and freedom from dsthrna spasms., PriMatcne only 98^, at any drugstore. LET US SHOW YOU How to Save on Tire Recappin* Fully Guaranteed Work MAIN TIRE 304 N. Main SU4-7421 Visitors, Especially Those Without Church Homes. Are Welcome at All Services. GRAHAM STREET BAPTIST CHAPEL 923 Graham Street C. W Bolin. Pastor SAVE UP TO 20% • FIRE •. WINDSTORM * AUTOMOBILE Collision — Comprehensive Liability George Carter Homer Walteri Homer Walters Insurance Agency 136 N. Main "Insurance That Insures" SU 4-8232 GET YOUR COPY OF Boys by Nancy Palmer Poteet AT "he Paris News OR Cawthon's Everybody's Invited! Sod Seeding Demonstration AT Nelson's Dairy Farm HIGHWAY 82 6 Miles East of Paris Thursday Oct. 13th 9a.m. to4p.m, SEE THE "Pasture Dream" Seeding Oats in Unprepared Bermuda Grass Sod . John Scarborough Tractor Co. 333 Bonh*m St. A competent «0 Uk«r 1* u eioM •• jrtmr telephone. Dial SU4-4323 MV an* pUc» • rour ad. : - ,, •• // S'jf ^ -?• ^ jr *? ^-->. •£<*' ,,,^S* -*V ,..ff •"V.T1—-_..» T^w:**'^.-**'.-.**':. ''''-*&+a;.^fj:-'°<'i'' ^^^^— r>^ A-BRAIN makes all your pots and pans automatic—foods won't burn! •5f You get perfect flavor control every time. Set the all-automatic gas burner-with-a-brain and forget it. Holds temperature exact for as long as you want. Eliminates messy boitovers, burning, scorching. All-new gas ranges give you complete automation: oven-with-a-brain, clock controlled oven, rotisserie, meat thermometer, griddle ... and the built-in economy and safety of gas cooking. Buy an alt-new GoW Star gas range now! Get high trade-ins on your present range during at your gas range dealers or S^LONE STAR GAS COMPANY. mare UIM 6,000 JritnJIj! people wotking togtlhtr loitri*«i*i VUU Tr»d«m»*

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