Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 11, 1954 · Page 20
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K^w'Jf-'^S'^Ps ^pp^Sf^F^ m^, ^•* ,; c -, ; ^f. V> - •,~,V , A - , « -> -*• - !' H O f t S T A 0 t t A R KANSAS Thursday, November 11* ItflSPlAY )RK CLASSIFIED '"' Ads Miirt fee Ito Office bay fie*dr<8 Publication WANT AG RATES Waht Ad« ttf» tWy<»l« £ but Odi Will b* dcetptsd i firt account f« »tat«rti«trt 4* rtndettd. ^0 1.2 •75 j.5 ,90 i.fl M*WSU Jp, ta 13 16 to 10 23, ., 30 . w 5o i'jo • po l« te 50 I'io' 3.00 6n* HVM Daw Dw» .45 .90 1.20 . .50 ... J.80 1.05 2.10 Six On* bayt Month 1.50 4.SO 2 00 6.00 2.50 7.50 3.00 9.00 3.50 10.50 4.00 12.00 4.50 13.50 5.00 15.00 For Sold Layaway Opert ort TRIKB - BIKES AND DOLLS OKLAHOMA TlkE & SUPPLY COMPANY, FOUR Chester white pigs for sale Mrs. A. K, Holloway. 9-3t STERN SHARES ^nji;Bind\ • alTable from v FURNITURE CO. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY * tJrfi. 7St per Inch 3 tlmei *0c pet Inch 6 flrne* BOc per inch R6te§ 'quotexJ above ore tor con- tec\rtlv« Insertions. Irregular or skip- dote ads will take the one-day rate, AH dolly classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the .following, day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initial* of ohe or more letters, group* or figure* such as house or telephone'numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unles* errors' are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star sale by individual — 1953 Ford, two door sedan. 17,000 miles, new set of white side-walls, radio, heater, and many extras. Can finance. $1395. Contact T. J. Barber, phone 7-4038, Hope. 9-3t FIVE room modern home, floor furnace, attic fan. 1305 S. Hervey. Small down payment, balance like rent. Phone 7-4568. 10-3t BEDROOM suite, Springs, mattress, $40. Channel six Aerial, $10. Phone 7-3223. H-3t For Rent SMU Claims to Be Crippled for Hog Game _ By THe Associated Press • Thursday >vas a day of !icw faces • in thp starting liruups ol Southwest Conference football tenms,. as next year's players were moved tip to .gain experienco thd fill the gaps left by.early- season, action. Every school in the conference except Baylor and Arkansas reported either definite or possible changes in the starting lineups for Iheir next giimes nt the close of long, hard workouts Wednesday. 'University of Texas Co'nch Ed Price kept up the switches in Lon?horn manpower that started two weeks ago, putting defensive end Paul Parkinson in on offense to share duties with Mennn Schricwor and keeping Glen Dyer dividii,; time with Charley Brewer th2 early-season regular at quarter- boclf. Junior Stanley Bull was moved into the starting fullback's post .at Texas Christian as the Horned Frogs went through a drill emphasizing defense assignments Oddmakers Rate Porks Six Points Over Mustangs NEW YORK (UP) Notre Dame, the fifth ranking toam in Ihe nolion, ranked first today with Iho M/nneajiolis cddsmnking house which quoted it the most one-sided irotball favoiitc on the board for the second work in a row. Independent Cage Gome at Spring Hill Spring Hill Independent basketball team will play the Patmos Independents at Spring Hill tonight at 7:30 in the high school gymnasium. The public is invited. Conditioning Main Factor of Success HOUSE jacks, Wire stretchers, Post hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bargain House and'Pawn Shop, 205 S. WalnUt, Phone 7-2471. 18-1 .Mo. "Star of Hop* li»»J Proit 1«7 Con«olldot«l ; January 18, 192f Publhhod every weekday afternoon by ' • STAR PUBLISHING CO. >• C. t.' Palmer, President * Alex. H. Woihburn, S.cy-Tn* 112-14 South "walnut Street Hope, Arkaptai NICELY ..furnished 4 robrn apartment and bath. Private entrances 7-3497. 23-tf Alex. H. Woihburn, Editor t, Publliker Ppul H. Jonei, Managing Etlltor Jeu M. Davli, Advertising Manager George W. Hoimer, Mcch. Supt. against Texas. Horned Frog Coach Abe Martin said more changes might be forthcoming for the Saturday clash heije, including the moving of SMALL furnished apartment with private bath. 514 East Third. 9-3t FOUR room furnished apartment. Electric refrigerator, Garage. No children. Mrs. Ann a Judson, 22t Ignoring the word that Nortl Carolina's Tarheels are supposes to be "up' and gunning for th< Ii;Kh at South Bond, Ind., Sat vre'ay, the cdrtsmakers r-.'.ide No tre Dame a 20-point choice in the game. Second-ranked Ohio State, which can clinch at least o tie for the Bis; Ton conference title nnd the Rose Bowl bid that goes with it 1 jy beating 12th ranked Put due at Lafayette, Jnd., is a seven-point 'avorite. .Undefeated Arkansas, to whom victory S-iturday will mean the Southwest Conference title and n trip to the Cotton Bowl, is a six- point choice over Southsrn Methodist for their gnme at Fayettc- ville. Ark. Four games were rated even. They were the tussels .between Mich igan State and Michigan, Indiana Northwestern, Colgate nncl N. Elrri. 10-tf Entered Oi leeond cla» matter «t Hie Pott Office at Hope, Arkonioi, under the Act of March 3, 1897. FIVE ro'om house, PA mile west on 16th Street. Inquire across road. Howard Livingston. 10-3t *5kw* 'Sty < Member of the Audit Bureau ef Circulations . PABT8 u» bpfprt PORTER Subscription Rates (payable In advance): , §y carrier In Hope and neighboring V, i • towns— Pff week , T ?-'& tut year , 13.00 'By, mall In Herripstead, Nevada, LoFayette, Howard, • and Miller counties— "',**. One month ,~. -85 Three months - 1.60 llx' month* 2.60 One year - 4.50 All otriw mall— One month ~ 1-10 Three months , 3.25 llx months 6-50 One year ,. >3.00 Nefl Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Stenck . lido,, Memphis 2, Tenn.; £05 Texas Hank' BlcSy, Dallas 2, <Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42d St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 .,P«nop»cot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Oklo. • Member ef The Associated Preis: the .Assocfoted Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republlcatlon of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news Dispatches. THREE room unfurnished apartment, private bath and private entrances. 408 E. 3rd. Phone 73530. ll-3t Texas A&M may pick up a new .starting fullback for its game with Rice, Coach Bear Bryant said after watching a scrimmage between the second and third teams. Bryant praised ihe work of Bob Easley a '•. third-stringer until now. — and said Easley's play showed he "wanted to play ball." The Aggies meet Rice Saturday at College Station. .Southern Methodist was readying anywhere from one to four new starters for the conference feature: this w eekend th e Mus.tang-Ar- kansas clash at Fayetteville. With halfback Don Mcllhenny out for two weeks and fullback Hal ne.ssee. Brown was a one polr.t favorite over Harvard: Louisiana State a one. point pick over "Mississipp ~ poin s na FIVE room modern house.' Inquire at Atkins Grpcery. ll-3t Lost IRISH setter bird dog. If found notify C. P. Jones in Patmos, Ark., Phone 7-2925. 9-6t Uonal televised game, which is rat.- ed another close contest. Georgia Tech was a seven-point choice ovor Alabama. UCLA, the nation's tup-ranked team, will have an off day'Satur- day. Here are the point speeds on other games around the country: East: Boston University six ovor BoFton Colloge; Holy Cross six over Fordham: Cornell seven ovor FAYETTEVILLE I/PI The University of Arkansas povrn consecutive, football victories this year f.ltnd as a tribute tn the .superb conditioning of the squad by Coach Boxvden Wyntt and his assistants. Did it ever occur to you that Arkansas hfisn't Fiifferod fiom an injury to a Uf.v player this season? Only one main end Walt Mattheys; has missed B game because of an' inh'ry and Matthews was running with the third unit \vhei: lie was uirt. This conditioning could prove to be a deciding factor vhun the Ra/orbacks mcot Southern Meth- .dist here Saturday afternoon with the Southwest Conference] cham- rionshin and a Cotton Bowl berth at f.takc. Aikansas will enter the game with every man at full Mrcnglh but SP^IU is certain to be without the services of starting htilfbnc 1 ? Don Mcllhcnny. Mcllhonny is in a hospital with a b ru ised kiclnej and probably won't play again thi< year. , * Injuries could have been -:lis r.L-trous for ihe Arkansas team. Th. Razorbacks boast two units ,of al moft equal ability but the drop ;i efficiency from the second to the third unit is tremendonus. For example an imury to an member of the second unit back- J:ekl could force Coach Wyalt to play a first unit member for the entire game because of the lack cf an adequate replacement. There is more depth in the line especially at guard and tackle but Arkansas hnd trouble aplenty in developing four good ends and an injury to any one of the four couirl put Arkansar in a hole. Oron Cul'.pepper provides cap-; c.ble insurance behind (he two ccn- tt-is Jerry Ford and Harold Steelman. In fact Cullpeppcr could push both of those men fur their jobs v;ith improvement in his offensive plt-y. Defensively he leaves nothing to be desired; in fact Wyatt says he's probably the best of the three on pass defense. Conditioning also has paid off for Wyalt in other ways. Against Rico the finmc was so tight that tho coach couldn't gamble with some members o^ the second unit. Guard Bud Brooks. fullback Henry Mocre, tailback Gcort;a Wfilkcr, and guard Wnyland oberts played most of the- game. Help Wanted LADY to live in home, --do :li'ght housework. Mrs. O. W. , ; Niemeyer, 109 West Third, Prescott. l $2.00 HOURLY Possible doing light assembly work at home. 'No experience necessary. Write SANCO Mfg. Co., 7159 Beverly Blvd., two weeks and- fullback «««J Dol1mouth . Yale 13 over Prince O Brien and ends Ray Berry and , Doyle Nix on the >idelines" ; with ^, d • t Iowa/six O ver Georgia; .sprained ankles that may slow - 1 "'""'".'-- , Ihejrj . against Arkansas, Coach Ch'airrxer ' \Voodard had a player juggling operation in prospect. , The "Mustange starters worked, on defense Wednesday against sn:Ar- kansas-style single wing offense. Rice Coach'Jess Neely said his second- team might 'become the first squad if the present, starters didn't show more promise working against an A&M-type split T attack. Sophomores Phil "HarriH and'Homer Borgstedte led the Owl reserves- with considerable^ s.vicc r ess while'running A&M plays. A long defensive drill occupied Arkansas as the Razorbaeksi prepared to meet SMU. CoachTBow- den Wyatt worked the Porkers Duke 13 over Wake Forest; Mary land 19 over Clemson; West Vii gfnia 19 over William and Mary Southwest: Rice seven over Tex es A. and M.; Oklahoma A and i\ 19 over Kansas; Tech 21 ove Tulsa. Pacific Ccast: Oregon 13 ovo Washington State; Southern Ca ifornia 20 over Washington. Bobcat in-Last Home Gome of Season Friday Hope and Arkadelphia, two tail' end clubs of the powerful District Fotir double A, meet here Friday night in a conference contest that means little except prestige. Both teams have lost frequently and to mutual opponents. The Badgers hold victories ov6r Fairview, Gurdon, Bismarck while dropping decisions to Crossctt, Magnolia, Benton and Fordyce. Although both teams have had disappointing seasons, so far they are capable of playing some pretty good football. A check reveals the Bobcats have only lost two games by lopsided scores, to Camden and Smackover. And in every other contest the Hope lads could have won if the breaks had been their way. The visitors arc the same type of tcpm. 0 fe DODGE has done it... better'wait! Flair- \i Fashioned...^ coming Nov. 17 e B. R. HAMM MOTOR CO. 209 E. Second Street Hope, Arkansas running plays. WhiJe the players toiled on the practice field workmen moved more than 5,0000 extra seats into Razorback Stadium for the game in which Arkansas will try for a clear-cut championship with a victory but -would probably settle for lie and a trip to the Cotton Baylor had a long scrimmagn schuduled Thursday, following a hard and tough orie Wednesday in which L. G. Dupre Allen Jones and Reuben Saage all rolled tip Ion,? gains against freshmen using an SMU-,style (defense. The Bears meet the Mustangs Nov.:' 20 at Bowl. Funeral Directors OAKCKEST INSURANCE 2ND 'it HAZEL ' ' ~ HOME AMBULANCE PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF UU MlB. *JO., l-laa DVVVliy JOJYU., uuji njati VYUH^-U >..v ------ --— - . Los Angeles 38. Calif. ' ! .. ll-2t hard against both passing and DoHas in their first game. You can look smart and be comfortable, too' JJEBNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION 1 Largest and Oldest Jn South Ajkpnsas. Call 7-5505 lor our agents A23-1 Mo. Instructions *^ Hand Balers ;e89.& 1140-R CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine, Windsor, 104 E. 44th. Rhone 7-3327. 22-1 mo. For Sale or Rent TWO Business buildings on Front Street, next to Pool hall. If interested, contact A. S. Williams, 300 E. 7th. Texarkana, Ark. Phone 7-5860 or 23-0666. 10-1 Mo, Wonted W™"P Jr, Night WANTED TO BUY fitttttSQA ;llp* |&pb>l()toj9 Inch rough green Qak Lumber < — regular lengths and tie siding. For prices and specifications write — GURDOH LUMBER COMPANY , ARKANSAS For Freezers and Lockers is Our Business BE MISLEAD... Anything that-is worth doing is worth doing right. It is very essential to hpve it properly prepared before freezing. The wrap ancl the sharp freeze means everything to vour having the proper quality when ready to use. SPECIALS IN OUR RETAIL MARKET CHUCK ROAST Lb. 25c SAUSAGE Co ""*'y s *y' e 3 FRYERS Fresh Dressed Lbs ' Lb. 39c HENS Fresh Dressed Lb. 0 Service! Offered Arrow Sport Shirts with the wpe^ntfortribfa.- 4»95 dra/old collar Our exciting Arrow selection Includes washable cottons, cordu* roys, wools, blends, checks, plaids, solid colors.,. and, of course, the'fampus Arrow Gafanaro in exact collar sizes, exact sleeve len§[thS'*(Ssnfor§et'* for permanent fit). { The wsnderful Arafold collar look? smart. ".Tfeels extra/easy** worn open or <?lose4 f Really gieat for relaxing ~.T. indoors or put IIRBEKT BURNS PORK ROAST Fresh Lb. 39c PORK CHOPS Lb. 59e GROUND BEEF 4 1.00 ROUND STEAK Lb. 49c STEAKS T-BONE, LOIN & CLUB STEAKS Lb. 33c VEAL CUTLETS Lb. 69c EGOS Fresh Infertile Doz, 46c STEW MEAT in Lb, 19c Hope & t 1 t^ t ,1*1 n.^rt * i, ThursJdy, Novertiber 11, 19S4 HOPI STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS GobelWcmted Long Time to Hit the Top By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (/PI Like many n "overnight sensation" George 41 1 'PRESCRIPTION' MEANS 'PROTECTION' More often than you might suppose, we hear the question: "Why do I need a prescription to buy the medicine the doctor has ordered to make me well? It just seems to make the cost go up." \ It's easy to see why some people ask this, and the answer IK just as simple. Your doctor's prescription is written for your protection. It is his explicit order by us, your pharmacists. We are trained by years of college and practical experience to follow his scientific instructions to the letter. We are also the final checkpoint before the medicine reaches yoii. We double-check all prescriptions. It's our duty to see that there are no mistakes and to call the doctor if there is any question about his orders. So, "prescription." really means "protection" . . . your protection. We're happy to provide it. . Ward & Son DRUGGIST Phone 7-2292 102 W. Second St. Gobel put in many years of apprenticeship before hitting Ihe bi:?- ;ime show business. As viewers of his Saturday night TV show acansee. Gobel has one impottant element that distin- ishps to ! p stars. That is timing. In delivering his lines and waiting 'or laughs, he can judge that split second which governs whether an audience will co n ti m;e being amused or boredom will set in. He learned this the hard way Before the pleasure seekers on the night club circuit. It was a far cry from his start as a performer, in the choir of St. Stephen F 'Episcopal Church in Chicago. George was born in the Windy City on May 20, 1920. He was the only child of Herman and Lillian Gobel, who ran a grocery store. A sterling soprano, George was gracl tinted from the choir to a ypot on radio's National Barn Dance. He acted on the Tom Mix air serial and continued singing on hillblly shows until 1943, when he joined the Air Force. A B-26 flier stationed at Frcdo- lick, Okla., he played his guitar arid rang for service shows. Ha also began telling stores. The GI's were convulsed by his deadpan delivery. Out of the Air Force in 1940. Gobel tried to find work as a comedian in Chicago. He was tabbed as a comer by Davie O'Malley, who remains his agent today. O'Malley started booking his young client into conventions and night clubs, gradually, building in class. The break, came .when he appeared for eight straight weeks on the Hoagy Carmichael TV sow a summer ago. "I had clone go'od guest shots on shows like 'Toast of the Town 1 and •This is Show Busines.' " he said. "People thought they remembered me," but they couldn't quite place me. It wasn't until I was on or eight straight weeks that I made "Copr-igh! 1994 fcr Elinore CenilntM. THfe STORY: Greg Beaver* young man who wants to do things oh his own, has left the security of working for his stepfather to become the chauffeur of Wade Dag gett, s wealthy invalid. DaggeU has not long to live and he wants to see the country. Traveling in • a car and trailer, they rescue Rupert Landusky, an alien who was smuggled into the country, from a possible death by starvation and exposure . Then at a carnival grounds in a Ma'ne' town Greg meets a girl who has just been robbed, Dhtribtiteil by NEA Serrie*. be. dred dollars in new bills." He wailed but the girl made no explanation. "What's your address?" ' She was startled. "My address? XV The girl brushed back the windblown hair again. "My handbag contained $300 in new $10 bills with a rubber band around them. A handkerchef, compact, lipstick, mirror, about 50 cents in a coin purse." She stopped to think and went on rapidly, "a comb, som? stamps, a package of.cagnrcts and so roe matches, hnirpins, an cnvel- cpe with recipe for waffles written on it a package of adhesive (ape, a couple of snapshots, a pencil, a" Greg wns laughing when the policeman interrupted. "I get the idea." His eyes traveled slowiy from "Greg to (he girl. "Three him SPECIALS Friday and Saturday Nov. 12 and 13 CORN Whole kernel No. 300 Cons • TOMATOES Extra Special No. 300 Cans PET MILK lOc 5c Large Can Small Can. LETTUCE Large Heads I3c Head GRAPES Red Tokay 25c WILSONS LARD 8 Lb V ZTQ Bucket . I .U~ ah impression." NBC signed him up for a show of his own, which made its debut Ibis fall. He WP.S immediately hailed as the brightest comedy talent years. George and his wife Alice, whom e met in high school, have settled the San Fernando Valley with eir son Gregg, 9,and daughters eprgin, almost 4, and Leslie. 7 lonths. I asked him if his family wight he was funny. "Alice does," ho said. "Greg ometimes. Sometimes he doesn't.'' Like many comedians, Gobel is ot especially funny in person. Oc- asionally he will say something i the faltering whimsical manner e displays on TV, but most of the me he talksuserip'tisly. Unlike most comedians, he is hy. • '. .''.'''"- •' Carton -7Q r / 37 W AUNT JEMIMA MEAL 10 Lbs 67 c 5 Lbs 36c Margarine . . Hill Crest W.s. 2 L W 39c CABBAGE Green Heads 5c Lb. WASHING POWDER Large size All Brands IN OUR MARKET Bacon Squares Sugar Cured Ib. 29c Slab Bacon Sliced, Black Hawk or Swift's Premium Ib. 53c Picnic Hams 4 to 6 Lb. Average Ib, 37c BOLOGNA Half or Whole Ib. 23c Hoop Cheese . Wisconsin Daisy Ib. 43c PORK Neck Bones Extra Special 2lbs.27c u. s. CHOICE : C HUCK BEEF ROAST SIRLOIN, T-BONE or CLUB STEAK Lb. 43c Plenty Buffolo and Cat Fish Wt re*erYe the right to limit quantities. CRAPY mi 9m Hf'IB^HIPPi^f^^IPP «T(wl^||P^ EED ™ "So I can notify you." * "I you can reach me at the holed at least for tonight." "Name?" "Hannah Blake." He closed his notebook. "We'll V?l you know if we find your bag," he said and wi.lked off. In a way, Greg did not blame him. The girl's story did sound stl") nge. Women didn't go to a fair cat- rying $300 in cash. "Well, that's that. I'm afraid it hasn't helped much." : "Thanks, anyway. You've been very kind." She locked PO disconsolate that Greg was sorry for her. A city girl. Greg, thought, would know .vhet to do, but this hick just stood helpless and apthctic, her laic hair blcwing across her whits Taco. 'Look here, can I lend you the money to go home?" "I cfm't go home." "But" As though driven beyond _the point of endurance she cried, 'Oh, let me slone! Why can't you let me alone?" "Sorry," Greg said stiffly. He touched his hat and Walked away That was a girl fcr you.'. That was what you got for trying to be helpfu. Do the best you can anc then she yells at you. She could ?ook after herself so far as he was concerned. Let her work out !her own problems. Anyhow it had nothing to do with" him He wouldn't give her another thought. He walked on, thinking that-h would not think of her. Who coul< dope cut a woman? And yet, i r-he had stolen the money sh would have tried to convince him of her honesty, wouldn't she? What did a girl do in a strang tcwn when 'she had no money? Oh darn, ho said in annoyance, an he lured back. • She was 'standing where he ha eft her, a- big girl with pale blotid air and unexpectedly dark blue yes, the collar of her cheap cloth oat turned up around her fnce. Greg went up to her. "I'm sor- y," he bsgnn. "I'm sorry," she said at the ame moment, . and they both aughcd. "I don't ' mean to be a nili- ance," Grog said shyly, "but I hn't figure Out what you ought o do." "Neither can I," "Do yr>u know anyone around here?" •. . : She shook her head. "That's vhv we chose Forrertviile." Seong his blarijc expression she add- 2d, with an attempt at bravado hat failed to come off. "All right was going to elope. I left a note for my family and drew 'ail ny money out of the savings bank We were going to meet here whore 10 cne knew us and get married." "Didn't he come?" Gic/i asked ently. "There wtis a letter waiting fcfc- me at the hotel. It'was all a joke. ' r voice quavered. "Very funny sn't it?" •It's lousy." Greg thought .fot a moment. He couldn't leave the _irl standing nround a carnival Vithout any money or any place o go. "I'll tell you what. Lot's ;ec whether wo can find your .hief." There was not a chance of fin.d- ng the thief, but it would take the girl's mind off her troubles He tucked his hand under her arm so they would not be separated. She was nearly as tall as IP nnd walked with an easy, long 3eggcd stride. Apparently she had absorbed mbst of her shock and she began to think outside her own ca'tes- trophe. "Are you a stranger here, too?" "In a way. I was born in Maine but I don't live here any more." "Where do you live?' It occurred lo Greg, with ' a sho'ek of surprise, that he was a men without an address. His imagination toyed with the idea of letters addressed: Gregory Seaver Esq., The Trailer, God Knows Where. '. ' - • : . "Right now I'm juift sighlsce "Right ' now I'm just sightseeing," he hedged. MIAMI (UP) Sen. 1*. Krmwiand, angered by th« hooting down of an American larte by cOfnmuhisi tighter^, last ight renewed his deniahd that he tfnited States break fcff omatlc felotions with AMBASSADOR-Jack K. Me- Fall is, the first-United State's i Ambassador' to Finland. Formerly an assistant secretary of state, McFall had been serving i as the U. S. Minister to the j j Helsinki government. The California rtpubUdafi said hat if such actor) were taken the United States Would lose4IW "llrtt* led value" of having an ambastea* dor In Moscow, but Ihd Russians vould lose Ihe "much greater ad-" /anlage of having their etrtfoafcsy ind consulates irt this counti'y vhcre It cy serve as derttefg of spiohasjc " In n speech to the annual meei- ng of the American l)ontal as appeared less heartbroken over having been jilted than like ti small child who had lost her mother in a crowd. "You don'"t go sighl-sc-cing all ihe time, do you?" "No, I have to earn a living I am —• I dd clerical work.". "Is that interesting?" "H is fot 'sorrie people,' Greg replied, icstiVe 'at this aimless probing. _ . , , "But not for you,' she said in a tone of .assurance. (To Be Continued) NOT NECESSARY MONTREAL (UP) Sign in th window of Montreal barber shop 'Customers wanted. No exper icncc necessary." " " Sen. Knowlarief Would Break With Russia V /"» ociation, Knowlnnd Said the ed States cannot "either maintain ur own self feSpect ci- gftm" the expect of the Russians ,by mote- A ELECTRIC G ANNOUNCES A 1 ' No Corrying Charge ' * 6 ^ f ff'i Greg stole alo'pk at her. She ^^BI^H^^MHWflHnB^^^^^^XI^m TOYLAND OPENS TODAY! SHOP BARRY'S AND/SAW i'^;',v '•^L^^^J^'- ft-jfUJ Jf^ *fo S & j£®L3S2 'T'^*fe^5 GODCHAUX Buy Now For Christmas - Use Our Lay-Away II* LLS Dolls that walk and talk. Dolls that are small, large and medium size, See our bjg selection now on display. Buy now for Christmas. Use our Lay-Away. to .95 We Are Headquarters For Every size and all makes and models. Select now and use our Lay-Away, $1.98 to $19.95 Gift Items for the HOME We have everything for the h\>me. Electrical appliances, dishes/- cooking utensils and all budget priced. Buy now for Christmas. We Have o Big Selection of WHEEL G s Tricycles, Scooters, Model Toys, and everything for the kids on Christmas Day, Check today. 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