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SHOW. GIRL'S FLUFFY HAIR WORTH FORTUNE
New York 7 Diana Oste, who has more hair than Lady Godiva, is go ing to turn ajfew feet .of her wonderful coiffure into -coin. A Paris wig maker has-offered' Diana $5,000 for three feet of her Titian tresses and, ac cording -to ier press agent, the shearing .arid sail will take place May 1. The modern Godiva'isashpw girl in the "Queen of the Movies" and she needs th'amdney more than she needs the hair. Anyway, she'll have a couple oftfeet left which she'may "hock" some. day .when times-are hard. -o o AN EQUALIZER OFJNCOMES "What!" exclaimed the clothing salesman from . B ostbn. "You gay that every' farmer in this lo.caiity has an automobile? That is a remark able showing:. . Ij knew .this-was a prosperous I section, but nevpr-imagr iried anything like that." "Yes, it's true," replied Uncle Gables. "It was either an automo bile or bein' compelled to pay an in come tax.. 'An' we thought the car Was."tt.e ;pleasantest horn of the di lemma', b'gosh!" Judge.'