The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 13, 1960 · Page 3
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 3

Paris, Texas
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Thursday, October 13, 1960
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THI FARIS NEWS, THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1960 It's The Law In Texas Debbie Reynolds Says Campaign Not for Her HOLLYWOOD <AP) — Among, This year, Debbie has managed to achieve a degree of private life the movie stars who are not campaigning for a favorite candidate this autumn is a girl named Debbie Reynolds. It's not because she isn't asked. after a couple of years in the goldfish bowl. As the hypotenuse in Ihe Debbic-Eddie-Lrz. triangle, she lived under public scrutiny. But "I've hardly worked at all," she said. "I've done half a picture—'The Pleasure of His Company," which was interrupted by the strike and which we"ll go back and finish next month. I've done i my TV show. The rest of the time I've been with the children. I've been three months at the beach and I've loved it," The only intrusion in her placid life has been the fan magazines. THE NEW FORD TRUCK—Versatility and comfort are highlighted in Ford's 1961 trucks, with the greatest changes and most complete line ever presented. The newly styled heavy duty F-700 (top) has a cab four inches lower and two inches wider with 28 per cent more glass area and up to 59 per cent better ventilation. Ford's heavy Duly 302 cubic inch V-8 is now standard in the F-700 while medium trucks in the F-C-B-600 series have a husky new optional 152-horsepower, 262-^ubic-mch six-cylinder power plant. The Paris Dealer is Howerton Motor Company, 222 ciarksville Street. New Ford Truck Line Marks Up Big Expansion Ford's new 1961 truck line marks Ihe greatest commercial vehicle expansion in Ford Motor C o m- pany's 58-year history. More th-jn 100 heavy duty,: diesel and gasoline powered trucks have been added to the Ford line: for 1961. All of the 1961 mod e 1 trucks feature advancements in appearance, durability, economy, comfort and versatility. The Paris dealer is Howerton Motor Company, 222 Ciarksville. Wilbur Chase, truck marketing nrjnager for Ford Division said "the dramatic change in Ford truck appearance results directly from incorporation of more functional design of components, rather than the addition of 'ginger bread' styling." Chase noted that Ford trucks have single headlights to reduce headlamp replacement costs by 50 per cent and redesigned hoods and front end sheet metal to permit easier access to engine com- • partments. He pointed out that I radiator shutters from the grille on extra-heavy trucks, thus eliminating 'expcnsive-lo-re pair' decorative grille work. "The 1961 Ford truck line," Chase said, "exemplifies Ford's efforts to supply truck operators with durable, reliable tools, while incorporating the latest proven engineering advancements that will maintain Ford's historic leadership in truck economy." In addition (o Uieir normal warranty in every segment of the commercial vehicle market, Ford dealers offer an exclusive 100,000 mile warranty on Super Duty V- 8 engines—including full labor costs up to 50,000 miles. Models offered for the first time include Ford's first entries in the diesel market—the new "H" line of Cummins diesel-powered forward axle tiltcab highway tractors announced today— and the Econolinc series, Falcon Sedan Delivery and P-100 parcel delivery vehicles or the light duty market. Much of our nation's strength rests upon the brains and ingenuity of our scientists and inventors. Our Constitution and the patent laws aim to give them rights in their inventions and to encourage them to put out new labor-saving devices. You may not know how to pro- ideas, but never do much about them. You can patent your new and useful process, machine, article of manufacture, or composi- ion of matter, or an impro v e- ment in any one of them. However, your patent applicat i o n must be completed and filed in the United States Patent Office within one year after the first sale or first public knowledge 01 use of your device or process If your application is not on file within one year you forfeit youi right to a patent. You may not know how to pro tect your rights while perfecting and patenting such items. Undei our patent laws, the one who firs conceives a new invention is en titled to a patent on it. If claims conflict, the patent office and Hie courts try to find out who first had the idea, not who first sought a patent. Of course, apply for a patent as soon as you can, but protect yourself while you make your drawings, plans, and such tests as you need to perfect your patent. As soon as you can, write out and date the facts, describe and sketch your invention, if possible. Have ice before the Patent Office. (This newsfeature, prepared by he State Bar of Texas is written o intcrm—not to advise. No per- on should ever apply or interpret any Jaw without the- aid of any attorney who is advised 'i-ji 1 cerning the facts hwo'ved, because slight \ariance in facts m R y change the application of the law.1 Bogota Women's Church Societies Meet for Study Paris News Service BOGATA — Announcement was made Monday to the Baptist Women's Missionary Society her* by Mrs. Juarez Jordan, the. president, of the Lamar County WMU Associational meeting, set Friday at First Baptist Church in Paris. At the meeting at the church here, Mrs. Russ Ward conducted devotions and conducted the Royal Service mission lesson, "The Message of God's Son." Taking part were Mrs. 0. J. Cooper, Mrs. Bertha Murphy, Mrs. Tient McCrury and Mrs. Clyde Roberts, Mrs. Marvin Solum singing a solo. CHARGE ACCOUNT '*> - v PLAN AHEAD FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING AT WJEMJ WITH A CHARGE ACCOUNT FIRST LESSON in the study series on American missions, "Safe in Bondage," was conducted by Mrs. F. P. Brumley, for the Women's Society of Christian Service, two persons, whom you can call j meeting at the Methodist Church, on as witnesses, note ihe date andjMiss Jodie Craddock, Mrs. Jessie state on the statement that they j Simmons and Mrs. R. F. Hale have read and understood the! took part. statements and drawings. Retain! Mrs. Brumley served refresh- the witnessed statement and draw-. ments to 11 members and the pas- "My phone is ringing all the j I960 has been different, time," she said. "Friends call me up from botli sides to appear for this candidate or just lend my name for that candidate. I tell them, "Ask me to do a benefit; politics—no 1 ." She explained her reasoning: "1 don't object to campaigning by stars. It's fine for those who want to do it. But it's not for me. 1 have my own feelings about the election; I'll express them on Election Day. "After all, we have so little privacy in this business. 1 like to hold onto what privacy I can." ings in safe place. Then, if a contest should arise, the statement, drawings, and witnesses will evidence your claim. You will thus set up a date showing when you first got your idea. After you do that, go on with j your work, perfect your idea, and apply for a patent as soon as you can. In applying for a patent, you may file and prosecute your own case or you may be represented by someone authorized to prac- Mr. K. Visit Delayed LONDON CAP)—Soviet Premier Khrushchev's scheduled early October visit to North Korea has She is a hot item svith the flicker | been postponed, Moscow radio re- mags, most of them requiring a Debbie article monthly. Some of (hem wax quite fanciful. ported Tuesday night. It said he will make the visit at a date to bp. announced later. tor, the Rev. Bob Phelps. The society voted earlier t o serve refreshments at a Methodist Youth Fellowship meeting, October 24. Miss Jodie Craddock led last week's program, "Recalling Our Heritage and Expanding Our Horizons,'" a panel discussion being included. WOMEN'S COUNCIL of the United Presbyterian Church, meeting at the church, elected Mrs. H. C. MeCluer president, to succeed Mrs. H. L. Stubbleficld, and reelected Mrs. Jim Reavis, secretary and reporter. Mrs. John Ford conducted devotions on Psalm 95, and the program leader, Mrs. Mel Dozier, read an article from the National Geographic Magazine on Africa. AYRES' OPTION PLAN ... is the most simple anu convenient plan ever devised. It's your option (take your choice) to pay your account within 30 days from the end of the month in which you made the purchases with NO service charge added . . . OR if you prefer, pay it in 6 equal monthly payments with a 1% service charge added to each monthly balance. Ayres' is proud of their many fine credit customers, especially those that live out of Paris ... for example, only the other day we received a nice letter from one of our credit customers in Houston that wrote, "Ayres' dresses create a great deal of interest among our staff members, it'is always with pride that I say that my clothes come from your store". This longtime charge customer of Ayres', that moved from Paris some time back, was writing, us for merchandise,and requested that we send some items to a friend in Houston that admired her Ayres' clothing. Frankly, this is nothing new at Ayres'" because we receive many letters from all over the country from Ayres' credit customers that moved from Paris still requesting our merchandise. We are always happy to hear from them, and to make shipments on approval for their consideration. So won't you come in and join our happy family of credit customers? We have o plan that will fit your situation the same as all the others we have served for so many years. CREDIT DEPARTMENT Main Floor Men's FALL SLACKS by HAGGAR and MEL ROSE Boy Killer Gets Term On Beating BENTONVILLE , Ark. (AP>—A boy who killed three members of his own family but never went to prison, will have to serve a 15- year penitentiary term for a pipe- wrench attack on his stcp-rr.other. Gary Earl Bright, 15, pleaded guilty this week in Circuit Court to the assault on Alden Kathleen Webb Bright, 33, at their farm home last July 22. Judge Maupin Cummings set the sentence. Earlier the boy had pleaded innocent by reason of insanity, but the Stale Hospital ruled he was sane. The hospital also ruled him sane after he shot and killed his mother, a 5-year-old sister and a 3- year-old brother in November 1957. He also .shot himself with a .22-caliber rifle but recovered. Bright, was sent to a St. Louis, Mo., juvenile home for about a year after the islayings, then released to his father, Earl Bright, 39. Russian is (aught in public high schools in 25 states and the District of Columbia. Bill Eaglcbargcr Wauls to sen you ahout recapping your smooth Uresl Bills' Tire I Battery Serv. 137 Cl»rk»vl!U SU4-3554 Wash and Wear Fabrics Select from 50%' Rayon, 50% Acetate. 70% Acrilan Acrylic, 30% Rayon. 80% Rayon, 2Q% Acetate o-r 85%. Rayon, 15% Acetate, A large selection of colors and patterns in famous brands at low budget prices . . . select several pairs for fall wear, SIZES 28 TO 42 . BEAUTIFUL NEW FABRICS FOR YOUR HOLIDAY SEWING PLEASURE Our new holiday fabrics are beginning to arrive, and now is the time to start making your plans for Christmas sewing . . . sve're receiving beautiful washable prints, Brocades and Satins, Taffeta, Felt, Net and just everything for holiday sewing. " CRESEDA PRINTS' 7 Crcseda is an all Acetate fabric with a siik finish and silk vibrant colors. This beautiful fabric has been specially treated to be washable and durable ... select from a wonderful assortment of lovely holiday prints full of colors in Blues, Reds, Purple, Wine, Greens, Browns and Orange ... 45 inches wide . . . and so inexpensive, loo. CLOTHING DEPT, HOLIDAY BROCADES 100 width . . . shades in shade in Brocade . Chromspun Acetate Brocades SH1REY slips All Rayon imported Brocade in 40 inch width . . . Black with assorted colors in pattern . . , also White with assorted pastels in pattern you'll love these Brocades because they're so different . . . PARIS' ONLY HOME-OWNED DEPART MENT STORE for over twenty years FABRIC DEPARTMENT select from Black or White or holiday Red, Gold. Green . . . also Cognac -10 inch width. Beautiful imported ]79 yard Girl's full slip with nylon tricot bodice, circular bouffant skirt of crisp nylon taffeta ruffled with nylon horsehair and on top of all this is exquisite marquisette with alternating vows of Foam Fluff and ribbon. . . . Sizes 1 to 6x and 7 to 12 ... 3.98 and 4.95 Girl's bouffant, petticoat, nylon tricot hiplinc. circular skirt of nylon taffeta, horsehair and marquisette with alternating vows of Foam Fluff and ribbon, Sizes 4 to 14 ... 4.95 WEEK-END SPECIAL... THROW COVERS Extra heavy Barkcloth in flora! print. Practical Utility with so many uses—ideal for furniture. Decorated with fringe. fcAb I BALCONY SIZE 72x90 Regular 5.25 SIZE 72x 108 Regular 6.25 369 315

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