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The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors; are colled to our attention after FIRST Insertlen of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 S0rvie«* Offered MATTttfiSS renovation and Inner- gpflfitf work. Cobb Mattreis Co. 318 South Washington. Phone 7-2688. Mar. 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom Slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. r 10-1 Mo. FOR water well service, any size of dfepth, see or write O. T. Clark, Cale, Ark. 19-t£ A. Ai EAST well digger. 322 South Walnut. Mark Yokum. 26-3t Help Wanted SKILLED CRAFT training job open due to expansion Hope business. Permanent job. Requirements: Male, in 20's, with military service behind him, high school graduate or better. Tell about yourself in letter in own handwriting. Write: Opportunity X, P. O. Box 98, Hope. 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Woihburn, Secy-Tnt, ' at The Star Buirdlng 112-14- South Waltiuf StTMt" Hope, Arkaniai Brooks, Moore on AII-SWC Grid Team DALLAS (IP) — Baylor landed three players and Arkansas and Rice two each on an All Southwest Conference football team that lean, ed toward the little men for E change. 1 rSven of the selections weighed ndcr v/Op poindsn two of cthem tip ping the beams at only xiilrn Is 1 While Baylc-r got the m o st places, Arkansas and Southern Methodist produces the only unanimous choices. Bud Brooks of the Razorbacks had no competition at guard Kenny Paul of Rice the other guard, locked only one vote of being unanimous. Versatile Frank Eidom of Southern Methodist was the other player getting all the votes but he was picked both at halfback pnd fullback. Baylor came up with Billy Hooper at quarterback, Henry Gremm- inper at end and James Ray Smith SPORTS ROUNDUP . Bf •AVLl: TALBOT. NEW YORK, 'ffl Riding race' horses in this day when any event must be one of the nicest lines of work a young man can get into. The hours care right the surroundings pleasant and the pay terrific. Take Eric.Giierin. who had the forethought to ride the vinning horse in three 100-grand plus events th is sumrnerth e Bclmont Stakes, Hawthorne Gold Cup and Garden Slate Stakes which net ted his employers a total of $301, 045 in purges. Working on a straight 10 pci cent batis, as jockeys customarily do, the little guy from Maringouin, La., earned himself more than $30,000 for the three quick jobs. Three other riders, Willie Shoe maker, Ray York and Johnny Long at tackle. Arkansas landed Henry Mooro, 'By RAY STEPHENS .'FAYETTEVJLLE ;,PI Georgia Tech Old Hand in Bowl Business DALLAS '.W The Cotton bowl Sought Navy for its Jan. 1 football game because it wanted to honor one of the service academies but it's happy with Georgia Tech, a Cotton Bowl official said today. "The whole idea was lo honor this team is fired." Porkers End Best Season in Many Years The Arkansas Razorbacks finished Iheiv most football season ' in years Saturday with a J9-0 victory ovnr the University of Houston and took a well-earned rest. Coach Bowdon Wyatt said after the game Saturday: "We're not going to hit r, lick for a week; Lightweights in Feature TV Fight By The Associated Press Brooklyn's Lulu Perez and Sac ramento'. 1 ' Joey Lopes, two fast 1 young lightweights, meet tonight in a television 10-pounder at New York's St'. Nicholas Arena. Loj.-e.< rnako-s h-s Easte.n debut and if he can get by the- • flashy Brooklynite. he'll' be in line- M,* plenty of action on network shows. He has a 23-6-2 record compared to Perez' 303-1. Du Mont will telecast ar 10 p.hi., EST. ' ' • . one of the academies since the Southwest has so many military establishments Felix R. Me- Knight, president of the Cotton Bowl, said. 'Army doesn't pl»y den also plucked three major.j n post-season games but we found prizes each from the list of 270 ;that Navy was interested. But Ihu events grossing more than 1,100 i Navy'players voted to go to the grand apiece. Shoemaker's trio of Sugar Bowl and we got Georgia if i _._ n -3 1*!»n C1Q 1 CV'! Vfil'lf* C fT*— _t_ i_i l i u _ .r.» „ j L. .. 11 4,, „ .-^. lirsls earned him $29 19J, York's three including the Kentucky Tech, an outstanding football team \vi(h an illustrious history. It .s Christi, Texas. Should be good typist. Give reference and when available. Write .Star. Box N, Hope 29-Ot Wanted to Buy WILL pay cash for one or two manual reed organ. Write details to 1 Box A, Hope Star, Hope, 'Ark. ;'• ••-' - . ' 23-6t HOUSE with 5 to 10. acres of land AIM. H. Woihburn, Editor, ft Publlihw Paul H. Jonei, Managing Editor , Jm M. Davli, AdvorHiIng ManafW George. W. Hosmor, M*ch. Sup*. Entered 01 second clasi matter «t Hie Port Office at Hope, Arkaniai, . under. tHe Act. of March 3, 1«97. uwrn Member of the Audit Bureau e» CIreulatloni ..Subscription Rates (payable in advance): ' iy carrier In Hope and nelahborlna towni— Per week .» »•• -28 Per year .., , 13.00 By mall In Hempitead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and Miller counties- to Brooks. Dickey Moegle at halfback and P aul wer e Rice'o contributions to the team. The other three members of the conference each landed one man. Benie Sinclair of winles.3 :i Texas A&M made or.e of Hie ends,' Buck Lansford of Texas was picked at tackle and Hugh Pitta of Texas Christian v/as a solid choice for Derby were good for $25,995, and; no (, e( j for its wide-open', pleasing Longden took home $22,410 before ( . ty ] c 0 ( p i ay anc >. we . think we tases. will have a fine football «r.me belt occasions some surpiise tojtween Tech and our host team Ar- center. The team was selected by the coaclv staffs of 1he seven schools note that the old master Eddie Arcaro was hunched ovev the win ner in only two of the loaded clas :ucs,-the Arlington and Belmont fu turities. All the two jobs paid him was $18,13R. nnd near Rt, 1. PrrferVb V f° r The Associated Press . Preferably 2.. Spring, Emmet 27-6t One month ..... Three,, months.; (Ix months' , 89 ... 1.60 2.60 .4.50 . BuiWer'i Supply Co. Phone 7-2381 , JOHNSON ^Office Supplies' } M/,-2541 W Fjpnt'St. r • • Service ' USED, PART9 cars, See 1 us before jfowrier' A Operator. f "—- hPp? Hy67We* One year All oth»r mall- One month ~ Three month* 3.25 (Ix monttii 6.50 i On* year 13.00 Nafl Arfvertlilng Repreientatlvei: ArKanias Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterlck •Ida., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas •ank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. ,Michigan* Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42d,St.,.ISew, York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot 1 ''Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; ' Terminal Bldg., ; Oklahima City 2, Okla. Member of The Ainclafed Prrnn Trie Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republlcatlon of all the local news printed In this newspaper, ai well as, all AP news dispatches. Mole Help Wanted 0 YEAR old company has exclusive territories open in this and surrounding counties for full or part time representatives ages 25-55. No 'investment. Home nights, ' car necessary. Good chance for advancement. Write Box AA, Hope Star, Hope Ark.- 29-lt The coaches were in unanimity more than ever before. It was the first time in years that there wasnt a tie for at least one: position, making the team a 12-man affair. . '•' '• s Gremminger weightsc 186, Sinclair 195, Paul 185 Hooper 175, Moeglc 175, Eidom 190 and Moore 105, The only .2pp-pounders were Smith, 222; Lansford .220; Brooks 00 and Pitt, 205. The decision of the sponsors of the annual football tussle between Ihe professional champion*, and the college allstars at Chicago to havo a pro coach tutor the collegians next year stirkcs us as a wiuc aove. It has become apparent that a Wanted RIDE to Red River Arsenal, day i shift, Phone 819FI13, Prescott, Collect. '."••• 29 - 3t Strayed Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE 1 . . .AMBULANCE 7-2123 .WHITE face heifer, 250-300 .It}., near DeAnn. Notify W. M. Tyree, Route* 3, Box-131, Hope. 29-3t The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-6830 Or brlhq Item* to Miss Turner at Hlcki Funeral Horn* Roscoe. C. Smith who is a stu * WA-71PT PHDNF 7'2m dent at Bishop College in Marshal &, HAZEL . . . p HONa 7-^d T(jx gpent the holidays at home AD-1 MO. i* i Uh hig pa ,, entSp Sunday he had as: his guests, Miss Ozie Marie HBRNDON CORNELIUS' BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. 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Mr. and Mrs. Berry' 'Handle ha as dinner guests on Thursday, No vember 25, Mrs. Frankie L. Alex 26 -3t ander ' of Little Rock; Mr. an it* Control Co. )NDEP. INSURED qUARANTKD Frit Inppectlon Call , 0, MIDDUEBROOKS Jr. Night Phon. I M ' rs; M, J. Wilson, Richard. Wi 25o" YOUNG laying hens in pro- son, Jr., and Mrs. Martha Wilsoi jyir, and Mrs. Frank Johnson ha F.mmet. 12 nailes east Highw'ay as dimmer guests on Thursday 27-6t November 25 .Mrs. Margaret Gam |ble, Mrs, Lela Muldrow, Mrs. Ca duction. White rock and Rhode Island reds. C, E. Spring, 'Rt. 1, BEAUTIFUL new home, 5 rooms, yie Gamble, Mrs. Rachal Picken large lot, Margaret Street, $200 and Earnes t Stands. cash. -Monthly payments. T, N. .,, , , Belew, Phone 7-4308, 29-3t Senior and Junior choir of Ga rett Chapel Baptist Church will n hearse Tuesday, November 30, a For Rent FOUR room furnished apartment. Electric refrigerator, Garage. No children. Mrs. Ann a Judson, 220 j N. <tinsas of the .Southwest ConCcr- nce." 1 McKnight said he found interest at fever pitch in Georgia and Arkansas. Arkansas already has received 20.000 tickets and many of its people have obtained tickets in the bowl's mail sale but they're wanting more. Georgia Tech is to get between 7,000 and 8,000 tickets and is already, planning special trains, McKnight said. Georgia Tech is an old hend in the bowl business, having already _ _ __ been in 10 and winning eight of college coach, net having played u lern . Arkansas is a sophomore at it, having appeared in cnly one: FURNISHEO apartment. 4 rooms and bath, $35. ty block from City Hall. Adults only, Phone 7-2153. 22-U FURNISHED 2 room, extra large 7:30 p. Senior choir of Lonoke Bapti Church will rehearse Tuesday, November 30, at 7:30 p. m, Junior choir of Rising Star Baptist Church with rehearse Monday November, 89, at 7:30. Senior choir of BeeBee Mem- Teams Paired in Nation's /, BowlGames|! By JOHN- CHANDLER Of The Associated Press : Eight college football teams led y such postseason veterans as southern•• California, and Georgia 'c:ch made up the- cast tod^ay for he-.R.ose, .Sugar, .Orange a.)odslCol- on Bowls the-four .major .'New Years Day grid attractions. • Duke, champion of the Atlantic Coast Conference, rounded out the proup when the league athletic rli- ectors chose it to play in Miami's Orange Bowl against .Nebraska of he Big Seven. Duke ended its'regu- ar season with a 47-12 thumping if North Carolina. One more bowl announcement is expected sometime late, r today vh'en the Gator Bowl selection committee picks two teair.s to play n the Dec. 31 affair' at Jackson. lie', Fla. ' This is the lineup for 'the Big Four en .Jan. 1: Rose Bowl, (Pasadena, Calif. Ohio State (9-0) vs' Southern Cali- arnia (8-3). Sugar Bowl; New Orleans Navy (7-2) vs Mississippi (9-1). Orange Bowl, Miami Duke (7-2-1) vs Nebraska (6-4) Cotton Bowl. Dallas Arkansas (8-2) vs Georgia Tech (-7-3) The Sucar Bowl grabbed Navy and Mississippi late Saturday within minutes after the teams had pcored victories in their seasons final games. Navy accepted a bid to' New Orleans after rocking Army 27-20 in "the annual service clash before more than 10,000 spectators at Philadelphia. t Mississippi blanked arch rivnl Misissippi State V 14-0 to capture the Southeastern Conference championship and earn an invitation to the Sugar Bowl. Although the Cotton Bowl has had Arkanras, the Southwest Conference champs, for a week, the other half of the Dallas classic had to wait until Georgia Tech whipped Georgia 7-3. Arkansas wound up with a 19-0 win over Houston. Southern California and Ohio State ended their conference schedule a week ngo. But tho Trojans lost 22-17 to Notre Dame Saturday. Nebraska, assured of the Orange Bowl Cor a week, wound up its sea son Friday night in Honolulu by belting Hawaii. A scattering of games ha&cled by against the professionals or per haps not even having seen them in action, was gravely handicapped in attempting on short notice to. knit a defense capable. of solving the intricate attack-of the money clubs. The pro mentor'will be vast ly better qualified to give the col Icsfe heroes ' a chance for their lives and the public an exhibition worth watching. And, no wonder. Arkansas carried off eight victoiies in ono of the toughest 10 j game schedules in tho nation won its first full Southwest C o n £ erence championship since 19,'iO. :md will go tc the Cotton Bowl for tho first time since 1947. Arkansas will meet Georgia Tech :n Ihe New Yc-ars Day classic at Dallas. The Southeastern Conference school, which posted a 7-3 recordn v-:as chosen Saturday after" defeating Georgia 7-3. The Razorbacks won the . undisputed championship or the Southwest Conference when Rice whipped Baylor 20-14. I f Baylor had von. the Porkers would have Shared the fitJe with the Bears, who fell 21-20 to Arkansas in season play. Coach Wyatt lauded the selection nf Georgia Tech as Arkansas Cotton Bowi opponent, commenting, 'We know they .will be ready and in good condition."' •I don't know anything about Georsia Tech this year exccp that they boat SMU and that's enough' he added. SMU and Louisiana Stale were The other Monday night network bout, from Brooklyn's Eastern Ptirkway- Arena, will feature a pair of punching middleweights, veteran Gil Turner of Philadelphia and young Ray Drake of New York. Drake beat- Floyd • PaHterao,. twice in 'the amateurs but hasn!t developed as fast as Patterson in the pros. Drake's rrecord is 16-3. Turner -,s won 46 of his 12 scraps. ABC will telecast at 10 p. m., ST. ' ' major bowl the Cotton Bowl in 19-47 when it tied Louisiana State and in the now defunct Dixio Bowl in .1948. beating William and Mary 21-10. CONFERENCE Ihe only teams tc beat Arkansasm The Methodist turned the tiick 21 14; LSU edged out a 7-6 decision. Tech Coach Bobby Dedd, who like Wyatt is a graduate of Ton ncssee, said his I.CEITI was "ver Browns, Lions at Top of Pro League ''By-"BEN OLAN Of The Associated Press The Cleveland Browns and the Detroit Lions had the conference titles . in the National Football League $11 ' but mathematically wrapped up. today following ' a hec tic Thanksgiving weekend that saw several of the contenders 'gobbled up" in the . shambles. Barring miracles in the form; o1 sharp laversals of form, it appears that "the Browns and Lions, • titans of the pro game, will meet -foi the championship next mouth for the third straight time; While Cleveland moved clo«ser to the clincher by handing its clos est pursuers, the New York G ants, a 16-7 setback the idol Lions saw the Los Angeles Rams anc S#n- Francisco 49ers drop out of contention, leaving only the. ™ cago Bears in the race. The best the Bears can do is tie Detroit for the Western Conference lead. They can do that only if the Lions lose all of their three re maining games and the Bears win the pair .they have left. 1 Cleveland can nail dnwr. its fiftl Eastern Conference crown by win ning two of three, no matter wh.i the Giants and Philadelphia E gles in a secondplace deadlocl 1 do. ... The Browns' important triump •over New York highligted yes terdays action. In other game the Bears downed Los Angeles 2 Baltimore dumped San Fran Arkansas IMU . Say lor iice 'exas TCU exas A&M ALL GAMES Arkansas ,MU . 3 ay lor Rice W L T Pet Pts Oo-happy" that it was chosen to nice 83i Arkansas. Arkansas is every bit as gooc s we are," said Dodd. "In fact think they are about one touch own better right now But Geor ia Tech is always up for bow ames and I'm not worrier) a bit.' The Razorback's victory ove 510 .833 118 411 .750 101 74 420 .667 112 83 420 .66/ 80 88 2 3 1 .417 90 105 150 .167 81 114 060 .000 69 112 W L T Pet PtsOp rcu Texas A&M 8 2 6 2 7 3 7 4 5 I 460 0 .800 159 90 1 .722 170 109 0 .700 237 134 3 0 .700 204 142 .450 158 161 .4.00 164 155 190 .100 97 177 HogCogers Open Season Tonight FA^ETTEVILLE iff) The Arkansas basketball Piazorbacks, with only five letterman on hand open the 1954-55 cage season here to night against Northwestern Louis iana. '• •» Coach Glen Rose says today that he probably will start four letter men and a junior college trans- fern Pete Butler, against tho Louis iana team. Rose indicated that Norman Smith and Buddy Smith would ge the starting call as the inside men with Jerrell Barnett, top scorer on last seasons quintet, and Carrol Ecroggins opening at the o-utsid< posts. Butler a 6-4 210pounder from Jefferson City (Mo.) Junior Col lege will start at center. Norman Smith and Scroggins, the loam's co-captains, are two-yea lettermen. Barnett anc'. Bucldj Smith lettered last year. The fiftl letterman is guard Leo McDonald Five lettermen for team were lost .by the 1953-5 graduation cisco 17-13, Philadelphia whipped | They are Raymond Shaw, Orva nipped the Chicago Cardinals 20-17 Elkins, Floyd Sagely, Marvi Detroit, 2824 victors over Green Bay . Thanksgiving day had the day off. Cleveland's impregnable defense again played a vital role in its game with the Giants. So' stalwart were the Browns' defenders that New York gained a net of only four yards rushing and their pass.o.s picked up only 04 more yards. The Giants defense did right weil toon but it was unable to plop Otto Graham, who completed 16 aerials and bucked over for Cleveland's lone touchdown. Lou Groza, as Visual, chipped in this time with three field goals. Herb Johnson ran back a Browns punt 48 yards for the only New Yo"k TD. Adams, and Bill Seller. Shaw i coaching th-j freshmen team thi year. Arkansas faces a rugecd sched ule for December, meeting sue highly-regarded powers as the Phi lips 66 Oilers, Oklahoma City Un Friday night. Delta State visits Ouachita a Arkadelphia Friday nU:ht, a n Ouachita meets Oklhoma Bapli University Saturday night. , the Notre Dame-Southern Method ist nationally televised game from Dallas winds up the regular season ihis Saturday. Southern Methodist defeated Texas Christian Saturday 21-fi. Oklahoma defeated Oklahoma A&M 31-0 orial CME Church will rehearse i to wind up its season with a 10-0 apartment* large closets, private.Thursday December 2, at 7:30 p. record. batji, entrances. 801 8. Main,l m< Miami defeated Florida 14-0, Au- Phone 7-5837. 26-3t ,UNFURJJISHEP 5 room Jjouse, garage and garden. Close-in. Miss Lillie Middlebrook*, Phone 7- Apartment, 3?Q- N. St. Mrs, ROOM modern bouse, Inquire at Giwsery. 27-3t Pvt. Hiram M. Wade, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Wade of Hope is visiting his parents. Pvt. Wado is on a 14 day leave after completing «s basiv training at Camp Gor- Por, Ga., Pvt. Wade will leave December 1 for Fort Jackson, S. C., where he will train for eight weeks with the Advanced Infantry Regiment. , 3 room apartment, private toetj), 419 S, Elm, Phono **"""" * 29'3t APVENTUROUS LAOS SAN" FRANCISCO, (UP) Three Adventurous boys, 14, 13 and 9, went "saUuig" around the wind- San Francisco burn shut, out Alabama 28-0, Vanderbilt blanked T'jnnes.soe 26-0, Clcmson thumped The Citadel 59-0, Louisiana State edged Tulanc 14-13, and West Virginia defeated Virginia 14-10 in the main Southern tilts. In the East Villanova won its first game of • Jhe season by clubbing Fordham 41-0, and Boston College whipped an old rival, Holy Cross, 31-13. Rice defeated Baylor 2044 and knocked the Bears out of a.chance to tie Arkansas for the Southwest Conference crown. Arizona defeated Wyoming 42-40, Texas Tech downed Hardin Simmons 81-19, and San Jose State defeated New Mex- Houston Saturday (broke a two ame losing f.trcak, and Wya1 aid he was happy to see his tean ounce bnck from the defeats. Before losing lo SMU and LSI ic Razorbacks scored ccr.secuUv riumphs over Tu'lsa, Texas Chris ian, Baylor, Texas, Ole Miss, Ric nd Texas A&M. Wyatt unveiled a new tailbac i the Houston game, and th 'bunsster, sophomore . Tortim jockhart led the team to ouchdown. It was Lockharts on The- bout of the- week will be earned out of Cleveland's arena- Vedncsday night. Heavyweights oland I.a.Starza of New ncl Charlie Norkvs of Port ngton, N.' Y., meet in a ID-rounder. Burned Man Dies at Texarkana TEXARKANA W A- 25-yenr- >ld man, who was severely burn-d Saturday 'when his butane gas ruck caught fire, died today in St. Michaels Hospital here. i J He was Johnny Salmon, of Brart- ey in southern Lafayette Coun- His three-year-old daughter, Ein- dan also injured in "the fire' regains in critical condition at the lospital. Most animals which can hear can also produce sounds, although) there are some exceptions to the rule. 'ersity of Tulsa, Missouri, Ole Miss ind St. Louis -University. Last season, Rose's team finish- d third in the Southwest Confer- nce, and had an overall record of 3 victories against 10 defeats. The coach probably will play his entire squad in next month's games is he ;:eeks a winning combination. One sophomore, 6-9 Charlie Brown, s sue to see plenty of action. appfe'arance. He replaced Budd Benson at the helm of -the second' team. Benson also sparked one touchdown drive, as did starting tailback George Walker. ' Lockhait rr.ced around end from: Ihe three for the first Arkansas' tally Walker plunged over from the one for the second; and Benson passed to end Walt Matthews' for the third. . I } The scoring pass was intended for Jerry McFaddenn who tipped the ball into Matthews' hands. Henry Moore, Arkansas tofilli- ant fullback, led the Razorbac'i ground attack with 58 yards On 19' carries. Yesterday, Moore and th« Porkers great guard, Bud Brooks, were named to the All-Southwest Conference team. Blocking Preston Carpenter, the teams leadt ing. pass receiver, was named to the second unit. : V Arkansas found little trouble from Houston's offense. The Cougera never got past the Arkansas 25. ,; STEEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds, Farm Buildings and Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. Can be constructed at low cost. CALL... PR 7-4683 for complete information. DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. APPLES SPECIAL FLORIDA ORANGES 3 Doz. $1.00 CAGE EGGS RUSSELL/S CURB MARKET 901 West 3rd Phone 7-9933 Tech Again Favored in Basketball By The Aseoclated Press Arkansas Tech's Wonder Boys favored to \vin their eighth straight Arkansas Intercollegiate basketball crown this winter swing into the first full week of play with three games this week. The Wonder Boys meet Louisiana College tonight and play Northeast Oklahoma Friday and Saturday nights. The three gjimes will be played at Russellville, Six other ganjes are scheduled this week. Arkansas State Teachers, loser of two last week tP McNeese State of Louisiana, plays Duiry Friday night. The Boll Weevils of Arkansas AJ?M ITIQV* into action Th.ur$4sy »»*»* When can I see the new long, low car o-f the year? Pt.ARRAMSAl MortJav, November 5.9, 1954 HO PI STAR, H OtAKK IfCl Et I FEEL SO SORRV FOR 1> POOR LITTLE ELEANOR, HAVING TO PUT UP -WITH THAT FELLOW I SAW HIM TODAV--.J HE'S ALL CUTS AND BRUISES-HE WAS LIMPING AND HAD AN APM IN A SUNG SLIVGUH Alf4'tTH ! OMt.V VE GOT SOME SCANDAL JIMMY AND ELEANO3 HAD A TERRIFIC ) QUARREL<v } LAST NIGHT SMOtHUM MAH •v Michael O'Moll.y antT Rtt By J. R, William* OUT OUR WA> YOU NEEP A NEW PART HERE, BUT IP VOU'LL PI6 UP A HAIRPIN, A WAP OF GUM AKJP A RUBBER BANP, I'LL FIX n BO you CAN GET HOME.' 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NFPECT1MS HER KMNPi P^V! &HB,FORSef6 3 QUICKLV. MOW 1 TO RENCH HE HEROES ARE MAPE-MOT With Major Hopple OUR BOARDING HOUSE 1 GO AUOMS THe SUY THEY'RE HlDllsJS -TH& OLp MASTERS ,: INi ORDER TO SHOVJ VOUR E.sAD.twiees/ fHERe SALE FOR MY SHAKESPEARE PORTRAIT/ .THE PICTURE-; . . -THAT ffLACK MUSTACHE LEAMPSRv^ rvjE AL.WAV5 WA(iT£D - ATOHDL^^CT^B^-^^w^.^v. MXJTS AND HER BUDDIES FiRST.ONVA VJILO By Dick Turner CARNIVAL 15, ASSISTAKST ' INSTRUCTOR TH 1 OU 1 SUPER J BRAIN HAS ' . C WILL BLOW A - COAGULATED By Her«Hberg«i 5EE6. IT THIS WAV > I fl'OTTA DO ' "lOMETHIN 1 ,., QUICK J »J •ALLEY'OOP ... WELL NOW, ISNt THAT JU5T DANPY/ WITH TWO OF U5 LEFT TO WHOMS LEMIAN ARMY, HE HAS TO GO GET HIM SB.F T. M. R«B. U. S. Pal. Olf. Copr. 1954 by NEA Service. Ino. i "Mrs. Willoughby will speak on the subject of joint check_ ing accounts, or 'How to Be a Pal to Your Husband'!" * SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith "The interior decorators' league brings their own equip ment when they bowll" By Nadine Selw **»$OILLA'S POP OLIVER! I'VE TOLD YOU A HUNDRECXTIMES YOU MUSTN'T FOLLOW ME TO SCHOOL! - NEVER LEARN Priscilla THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNi aaoueur JEHNV fiAnoegs/ it. D. t^. u. a FT*. OA. - ' "This'll please you, Padl You kiww how you. always told us to mate friends? Weil, we've such got a list of fifty to l^y Christmas F.es«nts fojrj 1 ^. ^ j

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