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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                Greek Singer Uses Hypnosis Trim Weight T By 3LVRY PRIME NEW A glamorous Greek singer has an offbeat way to fight over She gets hypnotized When pounds creep Kitza Kazacos who bills herself as goes to Philip Magonet of a hypnotist for people in show He made me a steak and ealad said Miss And I used to love but it wasnt on my I couldnt give it so the doctor hypno tized me into disliking For a I couldnt boar the sight of and now I eat just a i Retains Curves Apparently the method Her figure is as trim as pos Eible without losing its She now weighs 126 measures 3723 1237 The five five inch songstress slimmed down from 142 Miss Kazacos also learns dif ficult lines and prepares for theatrical experiences by hyp It gives me greater concen and the lines stay in my 1 It also relaxes me and gives me she said in an interview before her first appearance on American tele She is scheduled to sing on the Perry Como show She visits the hypnotist a day or two before show and can become hypnotized through phone calls or tape recorded which she carries with Cures Nightmares The singer said she turned to hypnosis to cure nightmares a nervous ailment that re sulted from her experiences in Warld War When she was about 12 years the she became a courier allied forces during for the SEALE PRESIDES AT PRESBYTERY MEETING IN ENNIS THURSDAY MORNING REVEAL and Moore of Merten announce the engagement of their Wanda t Lieutenant Walter Joseph The weddini will take place March at the Frost Baptist church Photo by Taylor Studio German occupcwtion of Dressed as a she carried messages to intelligence posts in the Greek Turkey and Once she was but escaped before the enemy learned her It was but every one was doing it children and There Is a point in life where freedom more than anything For that you will sacrifice your your your We learned not to have any she The daughter of a Greek gen Costas the singer wanted to enter show business against her familys So she took her father to see Sarah Churchill on the London He said that if a prime ministers daughter could he guessed it would bo all right for me to she the funlov ing brunette speaks seven lan including Arabic and and has appeared in night clubs in and South She had a TV show in sang on the radio in made movies in appeared in childrens straight dramatic shows and and is considered the 1 female pop singer in her home I do everything except acro batics I have a slipped she In private Miss Kazacos is Entire Town Helps Family Restart Life UP search for new living quai ters for the 11 members of th Genna family today became communitywide and Anthony Genni and their nine children lost al their belongings and their Plum married to an llome in a firc Thursday SHOE REPAIRING R M Shoe Shop 131 Collin Dial TR43061 Give dark woods a modern light grain look 00 easy as ABC Leave the old dark finish on Change it quickly and easily to a modern blonde finish with Style No no no Just brush on the new finish for a professional job in 3 easy Choice of Swedish Limed Butternut and Stop in and see how easy refinishing 0315 A O Complete Style Wood V kit only SherwinWilliams t Company 114 South Beaton Street DIAL TR43611 FREE DELIVERY Edward She met her a rare book at a film festival in the south of It was love at first sight it you The Spencers keep an apart ment in London but spend most of their time Its a romantic but I hate the bachelor when I have to be she o Star Horizon Meets Tuesday Our Friend was the devo tional subject of Diane McClan ahan when the Star Horizon club met Tuesday in the home of Glenda Plans were made for a Barn Dance as the clubs next proj Admissison will be After routine re freshments were o HATING DISCUSSED Dating was the subject of a panel discussion when Progres sive HiY met Wednesday eve at the Participants were Judy Betty Mary Ann Vickl Klate and Cassandra Gene Bowman Tom was The Newburyport serv ice organizations and individu als pitched in to help find th new living quarter within a What appliances do not com with the new home will be ac quired for the Gennas by Junior Chamber of The Ladies of will supply linen Christophe and kitchen The Kiwanis Club contributed to buy Rotary Club members they would seek a sultabl The Salvation Army said I would serve as a receiving de William edito of the Newburyport wbj spurred the said th family should be in pretty gooc shape within a and slightly ove five feet is widely knowr throughout Plum Island an Newburyport as a hardworkin He has sold vacuun cleaners and worked as a sales man for a bakery and an ap pliance Your Want Ads to Sun Want Ads Bring Results Sun Want AGs Bring Results MARCH 29th EARLY BUNNY PATENT STRAPSpoR EASTER io Mm Hood A uze and width to tit every child a smile on their faces with Robin Hood Shoes for style pacers will make your child the envy of the Easfer and purlock VvflTtBIMO Successor to Hill Shipe 214 North Beaton Street The 1959 Conference of Dis trict Northeast Presby convened Thursday morr ing First Presbyterian Churc in Registration opened at and the meeting wa concluded at 1 after whic a sack lunch was Seale of Cors District wa presiding officer for the meet ing which had World Wid Witness as its Words of welcome were ex tended by Powell o member of the Presbj tery and an official of the Pres The devotional message wa brought by Bran wife of the pastor of th Presbyterinl Officials Opportunities Before Us I 1959 was the subject discussei by Dallas Presbyterial officials Grant chair man of Spiritual Mrs Hill chairman o Church Juliu a member of th Board of Womens an Cedric Moore of Hutchins Stewardship partic pated in this feature of the pro James Russell of Sher man discussed the Presbyterian Village Home which the Pros byterian Church is planning fo older This ctiscus slon was received with interesi Raymond Sprinkel o president of Northeas Texas Women of the Church presented an Inspirational tall on Our Rea Reason Fo The assembly then dlvidec Pakistan Likes Blue Jeans Bathing Suits By DOROTHT ROE AP Womens Editor The only American cothe popular with the girls of Pakl3 tan are blue jeans and bathinj says beautiful Sayeed wife of the Pakista consul general in New For school or house work Pakistani women wea the says an effective model for the roman tic Eastern At Pakistan the York both she an glamorous Laique wife o the vice wear beautiful drapped saris of sheer flower printed Like Nylon Fabrics We are having a wonderfu tme shopping in New said Kaiser in an Intel Particularly we apprcc ate the nylon fabrics for saris since they are so easy to laun In a new eountr born of an ancient civilization women now are taking the places in business and the pro as lawyers government secre taries and There ar more and more women student in the and the oli customs of segregation of worn en are Khawja the con fiUl handsome and explains The taboos are breaking down under the needs of a changing There are many girls of th middle and upper classes in col leges Some win fellowship for study in America and Eu They have found this no cnly good preparation for fu lure but also it help them get better Ed ucated girls now are in dcmanc in No Delinquency The Kaisers have four chil am 15 sons 18 ant Laila works as a see retary at the consulate wear ing a of course and th other are attending schools ii the New York There is no juvenile delin quency problem in Pakistan says because th family is a closeknit unit in ou and the children re opect and obey their Even after they are expose to Western most Pakis tani girls perfer the gracefu For active sports we often ivear your American jeans Kaiser And of course you cant swim in i so all of us have Ameri an bathing are r great demand all over Pakis There are no Send Flowers EMBLEM THE FINEST IN OUAUTY AMO CASON FLOWERS PHONE TR43791 415 North 15th Street into group discussions of var ious phases of the aims and After the members had reas the local presidents had their sharing with roll call and reports as features from and Musical Highlight A musical highlight of the conference was the appearance of the Youth Choir of the host church in an interlude of special The nominating committees report revealed that Bennett of Ennis had been chos en as chairman of District Seven for the coming two She was unanimously elected and will take office in The concluding inspirational address was given by the Robert pastor of the host who spoke on World Wide The re tired minister of the Eureka offered the bene In Attendance retiring was accompanied to Ennis by Harold Robert Roy Eugene Ray Maurice Fcrnakl and Miss Betty Bon Emhouse Club Met Wednesday 27 The Emhouse Home Demon stration club met Wednesday at 2 at the school clubroom with 18 members Charlie Watkins and ris Pike were Shows The council report was brought by Bobby Arm An announcement about the district meeting in April was George Gamble was ap pointed as the new Council A donation to the Heart Fund was Mention was made of the varro County Youth Exposi March at the fair grounds near A pink table cloth was used while pink and red roses form ed the Cookies and bottled drinks were The next meeting will be March 11 at 2 at the school clubroom with M Shows and Stokes Armstrong as Martha Dawson In Social Club 27 Mis3 Martha Adnle daughte of and Lcighton Dawson of has been accepted for membership in F Alpha social al Baylor Miss Dawson is a freshman Baylor where she is major ing in art with a minor in ed She is 1958 graduate of Corsicana High TKXAS RA1VKS UF DALLAS The Federal Reserve Bank said today that sales of reporting Texas depart ment stores gained 8 por cent in the week ended San Antonio salra increased 26 per cent from the previous Houston was up 16 per Fort Worth 6 and El Pnso Dallas sales declined 3 prr Texas February o Society Clubs Fashions RECENTLY and Carl Hogue were mar ried February 6 at First Baptist church In with Findley performing the doublering They are now at home in where Hogue is employed by an engineering The bride is the former Mary Selene daughter of and Ernest Green of formerly of Hogue is the son of and Hogue of Jewish Women Hear Former Danish Envoy LOS 27 UPI Eugenie Ander former ambassador to told the concluding banquet session of the National Council of Jewish Women Thursday night that the United States bears a heavy burden of responsibility in the present in ternational addressing 800 delegates to the biennial meeting at the Ambassador cited problems of Soviet created So vietIntensification of nuclear and Soviet exploi tation of revolutionary upheav als throughout the she said If we are honest with we must recog nize that the United as the leader of the Western de bears heavy burden of responsibility in the present international We have indeed we arc party a steady de cline of Western Influence in the Middle have wit and we are a party the tragic erosion of American prestigatc throughout she we arp constantly put in the defensive posi tion of only reacting to Soviet The former ambassador said that before we can hope to lay flown any new policies for it is imperative that our leaders understand the scope and depth of ho Soviet Without our peo p cnnnot as of we are not winning this life death She urged n broadly co ordinated development to mobilize the peoples i all those areas which are still as and Uie Middle Tills new approach must b it wust be she Charles Hyme of Minneapolis was clcctei without contest as nationa succeeding Mar Moisrs of New Or New vice nisi were Stanle Catholics List School Menus Menus for the week have been announced by the Immaculate Conception Catholic They include the following Monday Hot clogs with chill or potato carrot ice and Tuesday Spaghetti and meat Cole green lima light fruit gela tin dessert with peanutbutter Wednesday Baked pin to green tossed hot chilled applesauce and Thursday Pork meat brown gravy over buttered mixed cornbread cherry cobbler and Friday Salmon creamed buttered Eng lish light dough nuts Half Of World Siill Illiterate Women Are Told Half of the worlds popula tion is 20 members of the Central Methodist church WSCS were told at the regular meeting Following an extensive study of illiteracy made by some members of the it was brought out that efforts are being made to combat illi teracy but the fact remains that 50 per cent of the people in the world are Clifton Cash reported that extensive governmentspon sored programs In elementary and adult education are mak ing progress in fighting the illiteracy She also re jalcd when most of the illiter e people are using a obe in her Answering the question nf ho is Leland attner also related many ories of illiterate men and omen who had ability but ere held back because they mid not read or Joe vice presl opened the meeting and troduced the She ferred to some of the works Rank Curry informed the of the work of a teach of the She said that aching people to read and rite is also opening the way r them to She sted several books used In ich Pauline Burch spoke i the subject of library lling of the important role e WSCS and WSG are play Ron ald Ohio Edward Leonard and Joseph Will New Chosen as members of the board of directors were Bernard Great Alfred El Samuel San Francisco Joel Nell Atlanta Lazare New Or leans Sylvan Pitts Louis Alexander Cleveland Laurence New York Sam uel Nathan and Robert Los Sun Want Ads Bring Results Your Want Ada to PR Sun Want Ads Bring ng in helping meet the T The Bible has been translated n 206 languages and the new Pestament in 2QS aha old the She urged the support of mon of more Lela Jorgan gave Pening prayer and Aston he closing Two Take My Life and Let It md Thank ung by the Jordan and Wood ill served of cake nd Sun Want Ads Bring Results Your Want Ads to a Want Ad and Convert t into Cash Dial Easy Carpet Cleaning Discovery Hailed What is said to the easiest and cleaningest rug known as Blue Lus is available after years of Blue Lustre leaves no for eign residue to cause rapid The pile is left open and fluffy as the colors spring out like So easy to apply with a long handle brush like playing shufflebonrd and is safe for all types of Use Blue Lustre to the entire carpet or remove spots and traffic Its economical as 1i gallon of concontiate cleans three 9 x 12 TEKELL Furniture BAKE SALE NORTH CORSICANA METHODIST CHURCH Home Hade Cookies Time 8 Place BROOKSHIRES Food Store STATIONERY J SUPPLIES FOR THE CITY OFFICE SUPPLY 117 West Collin Street Phone TR43851 come at Sterling by REED BARTON Whether for a buffet supper or a banquet Reed Barton sterling adds that final touch of elegance to the table CLASSIC FOISTED ANTIQUE SILVER WHEAT SILVER SCULPTURE shown are per 6piece place stning Tax HAMILTON HOUSE INTERIORS 312 West 4th DIAL TR15812 New Spring Shipment of DRESSES Linens and Printed Silks Prices Range Sizes 8 to Big Shipment Of Ladies Spring Skirts Linens in Slim Styles Prints and Solids 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