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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 2, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin TV Antennas on Tobacco Road 1 This is anofKer, of. a -se- .ries.of articles from Harry Golden's latest bestseller, 2 Cents Plain" There was a' movie not long ago which portrayed a turn- ut'e. bled-down ol' South. called1 It was Baby Doll, and, far as life as is 'concerned, Jit was a good movie. But, as the con- as south is cerned, it was a scream! And the best proof of .this is ____ that the'movie played 'all'over the south with- out a ripple. When" you are poor you do not want your early-beginnings paraded be- fore you. .But when you are rich you exaggerate those struggles' and speak with pride of the tunes you got up at 4 o'clock in the morning to milk the cowstand deliver the newspaper, and the south is rich and getting richer every min- te." Ttiere is no plantation house with a baby crib. Not on your life. The south today is a churning, whirling, sprawl- ing, brawling area of huge'ho- tels and Du Pont and Celan- ese and guided missiles and the hydrogen bomb, and of. three quarters of a million people lining the streets for the retail merch- ants' Thanksgiving -day pa- GETTKE GENUINE mm mm laryttt StWag TOILET TANK BALL Noby. running toilets can watte ever 1000 of water a day. Tht efficient, patented Water Matter tank ball instantly stops the flow of water after each flushing. 75C AT HARDWARE STORES with' The refuse to give up! the. TobaccVRoad dea-, feel, legend.; whelps emphasize'the struggle to.end racial' segregation. But 'if -the south were still Tobacco Road, there would be; noVproblem about ending racial''segrega- tion at The.Negrocwas satisfied with.his status when he looked around saw nothing but the poverty cotton-mill He was sat- isfied to be but; Today the story all around'him: is, oh, so entirely and now he wants in. been the pattern .of all Asocial1 and economic !in' history Only when things are good do the people want them-better Only 25 years, ago the Negro would tip his you as you walked along the street. Well he doesn't tip his hat today Neither is he rolling in laugh ter under the: magnolia tree He doesn't have time. Today he is walking briskly, along the street on his way to pick ip his little girlat the danc- ing school; that is, if he's not Co Your Good Health Various Queries on Gontact Lenses Answered by Dodor To Place a Want-Ad Eiial 3-4411 rades, and of a dayrto-day in- dustrialization without paral- lel in the history of our coun- try. The -chambers of ..com- merce cannot even keep up with the advertising bro- chures; all they can do is ad- vise you where you. may pos- sibly find a parking space for your car. No But'there is an interesting story behind this.'Many.of my fellow liberals in the north love to hang onto the "Tobac- co. Road" idea of the south. And the white supremacists of the south cling to the idea of Uncle Remus, rolling in laughter "under the: magnolia tree. -that's' all gone. There's no .Tobacco Road and there's no plantation -and there's no Uncle Remus. To- bacco Road is full of TV an- tennas, with an electric wash- ing '-machine on every back porch, and Mrs. Jeeter Lester is not begging ol' Dude to bring her a turnip. She is get- ting dressed up for the Tues- day Afternoon Garden club or the League "of Women Vot- ers. Under that magnolia tree, is the country club with a French chef who gets a year; and .th'e delicatessen stores are loaded with Pres bytefian folk who are asking rye and down" in Dallas they' have a Gourmet club in which they serve matzo-ball soup, chick en a la Russe, tossed green arguing a new writ before a cderal judge. He ,is not in Egypt.. He is standing s.quare- y on" top of Mount and ie wants the Promised Land jecause it is finally :within his reach.- Suggestion for Play Now. if Tennessee Williams and Eliza Kazan are serious about producing a movie about the south as it really is oday, I 'am willing to provide hem with the following-out- ine, free of charge: I would have Eli Wallach play the role of a nianufac- Attention Hunters III Low cost Hunters coverage up to V accidental .death and" medical expense. See or call MS. DON CULVER :i731 N. Erb Ph. 4-8671 SYLTHIEL 2219 N. Union .Ph. 3-1765 By Joseph In years -past I have-known of some miserable experiences with contact lenses. I have also known that turned out j e.xt.re namely; well. No-doubt- it part on thej in- dividual and in part on the skill-of- fitting the lenses. In the last- Dr. Molner few years there has be'en trer rccndous improvement j in grinding and fitting contact lenses, .which makes their use far more tolerable and prac- tical.. Contact lenses, however, are not as simple to make as ordi- spectacles, and the cost runs about'three to five, times as much. The answer, then, must de- pend'on' the question: How badly do you them? of an in W AW'MMM need pen V fall anyr thing serious -I Generally, npi worn while hoth ing serious would .result from falling asleep .better to. remove tiesVare act .lenses, .and more or, less qwji specialist 'bnei consult you wUly.inithjatyegard, 'yt to keep eyes are .changing; .requiring new prescriptions from time, the matter of cost, should )e considered. .urer .r_of ladies' 'arments. slips, foundation -and bras- o ___________ _ sieres. with a factory on West Thirty-sixth street and Sev- enth avenue; The Internation- al' Ladies' Garment. Workers' Jnion is after him to sign a new contract, and Eli decides to clear out of New .York. He makes arrangements for a new factory in the magnolia- scented town of C., where, the folks are rais- ing a half-million dollars to provide him with the. new factory building. To throw the. union off the track, Eli his new bras- siere factory "Balance Agri- culture with Industry, Incor- 'but he has; made one big mistake. He has re- cently promoted Baby .Doll, his former model, tola 50 per cent partnership in the busi- ness and she is now following him down to Kenilwprth in her new Jaguar. And this is where old Karl Maiden comes in. Karl plays David Dubinsky, who has been, keeping- an eye on Bafiy Doll all this time, and he catches-up with her.in Charlotte, N..C.. They play hide-and-seek. in an old plan- tation house which now houses The Carolina Israelite, and in the scuffle Dubinsky -succeeds in getting Baby Doll to sign the new contract on behalf of Balance Agriculture with. In- dustry, Incorporated: The big scene, however, is where the mayor of 'Kenil- worth'is dedicating the new factory: ".We are mighty proud of the new factory, .Mr. Eli. and on behalf of all your, good neighbors of Kenilworth I hereby hand you this certifi- cate which makes your com- pany, water-free, power-free, and tax-free for the first five years of your op- erations; and one'thing more, Mr..-Eli, and -I'm certainly proud to be able to say. this to you-all, we are a very peace- ful little town here with no trouble and you. can be 'sure of: one never be bothered by them union fel- lows down here Just then Baby Doll rushes onto the grandstand, followed by. David Dubinsky, who waves the newly signed union contract and shouts into the loud-speaker, "We start picketing (Copyright 1959) thorn before; going ;to sleep simply to.lessen .Some people .wear contac lenses for short period. Other wear them for .the full waking period, 16 to 18 hours a'dayl, I lenses bein worn successfully by allsorts of fq swimming, hockey, baseba' and football. A blow that woul cause-damage would-be-on that would cause it if contact were not being worn.. Need Athletes, indeed, are one o several groups of people- wh have' found real need for con tact lenses. .Actors .use them arid others may use them ii occupations in which ordinarj spectacles would be hazart ous, or ordinary spectacle might fog up. Contact- lenses; don't. question, "Are they as( 'ordinary is; an impossible question to an- swer. Obviously, for some pie they are better. For others; they have no .'special- advant-' age. In any event, anyone con- sidering'contact lenses should consult a reliable eye special- ist. v'.' Persons .-with- glaucoma or, cataract formation, for. ex-; ample, are not suitable candi-i In short, the'question of con rl'Dear have (alttibugh'notivery" icpmmpn) for; fo'be Uo colder In such" cases; r ,thef; only answer I know is to bundle ,up, stay.in the -housed Lat.extreme weathetv andf ithe knbwledge'.that--cold '.bothers caniVdesensitize" pa- gcaicnsibf cold" iiia needle- and inject it: What about constipation? 7 For a copy, of enveiope'.'and'StO cents in coin to cover .handling.' 1 (Copyright, 1959) 1 Only Cat's Paw 'rubber' 'deliver such springy comfort, Putnewlifeintoallyourshoeswithfamous By the makers of microlite soles.. t-'.. Announcing the new low prices for all I960 Mercury Country Cruisers more to wagons with "lowrprice Tbe Commuter, for example, is priced tower than last It now costs only more a than station wagons with low-price names." And look at all yon get: (J) HANDSOME HAROTOP STYLING. One side pfllar replaces three. UNIQUE ROAD-TUNED WHEELS. 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