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; Afll Moii ft* ttt OOIC» D»y Bfffof* PuM.citlofl AD RATES Six On. 3*y» Month 1.50 4.00 100 2.50 3,00 3.50 4.00 4.IM) fl.OO 7,00 0,00 10.60 J2.0C 13,(K 19.00 8,00 JSJFIBD DISPLAY II „.» 76o par Inch i .«.„. ,.., (Wo per Inch „„„«....,„.„„ BOo per inch ; ttUO»M obftvd flr* for con. MirflWM. mvouior or *MI>* Wtekf th«Wdox «'«• (y <leuifwd odvwtiims copy until 5 fe.ro, lor ., rtMfvt lh« ftaW fa ...all c_tiv*r.l*tm*mi «(. publieallon ond to r*|Kt innabl* odvtrliilno Mi|k *f wvt of mor« l«tt»f«, iiHimbtrt count o« of)* j4^Mt,lMir will not b* r»«poo- TfJWWIJii Won. Adi uni*M fflCAWl" fo •** HWt.1^^ ««• Jhone 7-3431 STAR 7T »v«fy wwKJoy aftvfnoon Uy TA« ruiMiNiNo co. »:». f«li»«f, fr*iW«i«t Cli«wl*tl*ni , J , ..! RatM (payabl* In au ',1(1 Hopt and neighbor* .35 ,,. .......... , ........ . ......... 13,00 m Mintptitaci, N«vuUa, Ho*uril, uiiU Miller coun- Mh ' mail — ,.. .88 l.ftO . 3.60 .,so 1.10 3.2} . 6.SO 13,00 r A«lv*rtt«lno DaHlltl, Inc.; 160S ; tnptMi «i Ttnn., SUS Uxo* I.) Dallqi '), iMOij JAU M, A¥»,, Cutrnoo I, 111.; «0 (, JWfl'i J?f*»lf '2, ''Mlth,; 2, Oklahoma City Prttt ik tntiilta , to IN Ui» (Of UOUOIicqhwi weal n*wt pnni»a m n\n ai w»ii at oli AP i.twi Wonted » «»« tifj. j»ttUu k y, Apply moiv Cufu. I4.it ' l ^' |lt **''*****"••*»"«• *'*•*''*»• •• «-.«w - ,*omon to train tw , OOOU {J^lBl-y. 1 Apply Dlmnontf C«j>. ' For Sole ' ' ' T^^Tnnn--iM)nnipi PIANOS 178, .W. to itop . Mutntlon Mink, $33 a, Wis NKWI.V dwrtr*t*«l 3 romn |«hr<| (ipi'i-lrncnt, BIO W. 4th, I»lirrri«» 7-SIS2. 10-lf 3 HOOM tififiiinlnhpd I'rlviilc cntrnnrfi. Alllc Pec-mi Or<jvc Ajinilin< t nU. 7-IM7I, 2 nCUM furnished /ipiutinont with Itnth. Klr-ciiic r<'frl«iii«i'.if nrxl llHlchlne, Ulilitics pflM, .:ii(»rt. H.;;r fun, Dial men), romr. Mfitn fdti. itpart. d. 1,115 $47 *0. THIIKK miim unfinnlfifir'l n|i«rt- ini.-niit, Upstnirs «nd d-iwimtnlru, $20 nnd .^ft. m w<-il i:nh I'KOIM uiifuinlshi'd iipitrt- JIll'llU. Attic fflllH Illlrr South Political Announcements Tbt Bur It tutttorlted to announce that th* following «r« c*n<ll(l«(«!g for public office jubject to Urn action of th* D«m4craU<. primary election*: A*«»«tef CHIT STUART Main idreet Mini Hill Kiixi »ln.i«-t, |.1 it, (in in 940 (id, KUfiTK.Il - KI.LIH HKAI.TV COMPANY lOfl K T 2nd Td, Third 15-rn FRONT hotlrooin, Within one block of ttorlnw Hotel. Kitchen prlvl- Ifl-flt HOOM duplex with limit .'14" wlivlnw fnn, Newly n nUiil.' 410 North Klin, Phono ,'l riiiiin ri|ini't> J'llvfllc linih, I.VIlt J.AHOK ftirnlHllijil won., l/pHi/m-.., Din I 7-!M.<l. 2 ItQOM riiinl.'Hlir.l _ip<i.lm«iil. Jllliit ntt I ft 1 'JI u..< .I it i.s,] i.... it i. . j)u id. 7-aaua. Hoi.lt || KllllMM. per month. B HOOM finnlshi'd IIOUHO. Apply Mld(llclii'.ni|<N Qrwny, Phono '" "7-!.7!H. |s,.|, *' r' i JI APAl.TM'rcNT." PlMMn.- 7-; Wntli." Wjirrcii, niJPl.KX. Five dii.iri. south (if :.Kco(|iir ISiilUHny, I'lioiui 7-34IJI, ^ - 1I»...t Lost mil Strw.t, Phono I'rcucolt, for Circuit Cltrk OARRKTr WIU.J8 8. A. (Spftody) ITUTSON for Repreientitlv* TAt,nOT KKILD JR, for County Judat CLAUD Jf. BUTTON ir o. (M.U<I.;TT t'HKt) A. LUCK For Shorlff C. COOK Cor Alderman Ward 1 •IOK lUU'lT R. C. (Uoh) DAN1EIJ9 JOK .IOUF..5 Cor Aldermiif) Ward C KllEU JOHNSON DWIOHT HirJODILL PAUL XALKY Cor Alddrmnn W*rd 1 B. L, HKri'IO State 8«n»t» TOM .1. Sir.VKY on, P.JC. CHOW Chancellor (Flr»t Dlvltlon, (5th DUtrlclJ WKSI.KV IIOWAHI) A. I'. KTKH.l. For ConuroRn _ ORKN I1AHHIS Wanted to Buy II1OHKST prk-i.,i pnni f,,' r ' iioiiii' KI-HWI. product'. Turner'); (!rofer>- & MdrRel. Went Third, ir.-(U i Nc-w York I I'hilndt-lphin ; i''.!itn|, ! ''inclnniill By Th* AtioclnUd Preti NATIONAL. LEAGUE w i, IM. on Ti2 22 711 '.i 29 ,o:w .-i l« 37 ..V»1 JO 1 .. 1't 40 .518 14'j M 42 ,4«l 17'_. .'t:> 47 .427 22 :i*i 4fl .422 22' 3 3 ft:t .07 30 j TUESDAY'S RESULTS i i;<i»;tiiii 10 f'hli ,:>(<i .'I I Ne v.' Yuik fi St. Loulfi .i ' fhlliMli/lpKin HI I'lttsbiiiKl) ,. i Hi'iokl.yn at ('ini itntiitl. |io.st[Kiric'i.l j i.tin ' AMETilCAN LEAGUE w i. PCI. on •i!> :H .nori 47 :ir» .57:1 2', •in :)7 ..viii .1". -u ;m :H7 4 1 . •if. :m ."1:17 fi'j l'hll,ifli-l|ihm :((! 40 .474 10'i M. L.jiii.-i :!4 Til .4(10 17 I'| li'.il 'M .'.II .117 2H' , TUESDAY'S RESULTS Wii.-ihinKliii> 11-11 Di-lioit 2-B I'hiliiili-lphla 7-11 St. r.oiil» 8-n ('U-Vi-liiiul 7 Nr.-w York .'! lio.-.ti.ii 7 Oik-iiK" .') Ni-w Yi»rk ) Chi. »no Atlanta Loses to Barons 7 Pitching By The Associated Prett T'i the Atlantn Cr;ickor», Kill: Kennel* in Hit.- U-r.-ni!,. ->f Nick-j '•• "<"' P»rk — Hie rnilruadlnii tone-: !.i'l<- who pitched them sill laslj i :.-lil ..ml mud.; their league li'.-uli II.'.H liko ti huKc mistake. i On the way |_, Birn)in«ham thrrj ('. a'.'kiTK were the hnttext rlut>' 1,1 I'M. Southern AMOI-UUOII. Last; i li.hl .'it KU'kwoo'l they svcre cold- 1 >-.-t " I With the name 'studied insolence j .-• Sin.fl.iy. Mirmln.:l..iiTi il.-fe.-il.i-tl | Atlanta 0-0. Kt'ni.edy'.. t'^tvhit! i.:!riuii« knocked Allanta from Ihcj ..-.•nine lend Into ;i tie fur first j v. Hh Cli.'ittiinooKa. Sunday Birm- ii'..h.im knocked New Orlean. out • •I lirit to let Atlanta in. Kennedy was a Cracker in l!)4!)| l.cU.i'en railroad jobs in Virginia.] Last summer wax spent with New Sports in Brief Strayed J''HOM the lllj'ij.iRon farm. I[|»l.- way .17, while face hull iihout 2 yea I'd old: Itiiii! In im-se. I'lease notify U K. 'HlKRf..if»ii, Phone ^ 7-.yr.-iii. ^ H . :tt Kroxli-wdtiM- rliinirt tire p,-.. .iMIe.-i of flxlt In I).i> einl.v purl of their Th(> clitniilo of the A/.tiie., it; lililiHy idflll ,». -10 dej.i-ce.'i ill Ihe cxtri'nie and til tilt! Illllhl'Sl, Southern Association W I. Atlanta 51 •!! t'l'dUiii-iixiKa Til 41 New ()i lean.'! !.!,. 42 Moliili; 50 -Irt Nanhvillo .11 -IH Hlrmirifihnm .|;i .|>) .Mempiili. 41 r,;) Kiltie Hock :tll 52 II.i in idled ' BUI back Into [ h< iiu- where ;..i. .001 of . Atlanta-Chattanooga tie. C.'hattano.. IIM won from Nashville, 2-0. Alonj; v^lh New Orleans. Mobile was j idle. Memphis rounded out activity ; v, ilii a r>-4 victory over Little Hock. New Urle-ariH almosl first place by stay in L;! it was dry. The IVisj a point outside tiiu Pet: .Sfi-l j A. 4 .407 r.nst Nljihl's Ileaults: I>iriiilni.h:iin (I, Athintn 0 ChiittiinoriKii .», Nnshvtllc 0 Me.ni.htK fl, Little Rock 4 Mobile.- lit New Orlonns, ppd-rnin Atlnnt.-i nt JS'ushville at l.lllle Hock at Memphis Mobile at New Orleans. . C"tton States League W 1.4 Meridian 52 31 Nali-hev, .(i) ;|f| Cirecnw.iod .» ;|i) Mnni-iie -|:| .||) I'ine I.luff .|;| .((/ Kl Dorado -12 -12 Hot .SpriiujM ;)2 50 fireenvllki 2i) 5(1 Last NiKht'.-t l.osillts; ON SATURDAY, JULY 19, we. will announce an entirely new line of general-purpose tractors — sue- ces»ori to the famous John v Deere Models "A f> and "B. M By far die greatest values ever offered by John Deere, these new tractors feature major engineering advancements and a hqst of improvements that step up tractor performance in many different ways, One of these new models will be on display at our store this Saturday so be sure to stop in and *ee for how mu«h mote value these great new Deere Tractors offer WALTERS ?\.; > M^^'l r.-t 1127 • .r/ii! Fights Last Night By The Associated Press r.OS ANGELISS Dnvc G.-illar- (lo, 130, Los Aniji.-lc'.s, knockffl out Nat iSlonowiilli Jackson, 12!!'.,. Now Orlonn.s, !i. MIAMI BEACH — Kalph Rupas. VM. Now Orlenns, (nitpointed Ulo^n Sdjiii, 1324, Hiivniiii, 10. NUVVARK, N. J. — —Phil S;ix- Ion, 174, Ell7Ul)t>th. N. .f., oiit- pninti.-(.l Jimmy CV-relo, IMP:,. Ilo- biiki-n. 10. Mrridiim 7, Greenville 4 (1^ inn- Hut Springs 1, Monroe 0 r.reemvood I (I, Natelii'/ M Kl Dor.uli. 7, I'ine HI.iff :! Kl Donulo at I'ine I.luff Miinroe at Hot Sprint;.. Merdlun lit CJrcenvillo N;ili-he/ ;it Cln-i-nwuiid. By The .Associated Prest BASEBALL BtSAUMONT. TPX. — Vetcrft.i muthpaw Johnny Vander Men-,, who-tun.led two succ«»slv0 no-hit-• tc r.*; lr_ th* 1 N;iti')n.il I.^*n^ttf. in !9:W i iJ:'tch..d a no-li.tu-r for Tulsn' ^giiinst Br'nno.iiiit In the, Tcx.i^ I.'-a;!Uf 12-0. WASHINGTON — Walt Dropo. I Ddroit first baseman, tied major! Ir-auuc record liy Kfttiiif; 12 run-' si-c'ullvt' hits. Hf fouled out in nth i try. j GOLF ! DKNVKU fo- Conrad. Ncrth Ti x;is State s.harpshooltr. wunj 'itiiilifyivii; iiifdnl in Trans-Mis.;!';- 1 sippl l'>Mi-it;)ineril with ;i (i!l-()7- l:-;i; I'AHIS Mol.by I.dcke Of So..'i'i Arricn v.-iifi K'-ench Open C'iiair- pif.nsl ip with a 2ii!l -- l.nvi..sl scoi'- i-\er turned in fur the evint. I RACING NKW YORK - True I' ; .u., n , <.-'2;).20i won Henevolent Prutt-c-j I've Order of Klk.s Miindlc;ip at 1 .lan.aica. i OCKANPORT. N. .7. - Raton-! lov.'ii i<H.4l;i won Neptiiru: Purse! ai M. nmiiuth Pafk ' I PAWTUCKKT. FI. I. _ M idy,. a ,-i (4!).(iO» captured feature at Nar-i INGl.KWOOD, Calif. -- Spanish! Ci-eiu\i ($(5.(iO took Hollywood Park' Ki a Iui e. j CHICAGO — Jumbo <SG.GO) won' Lake Bluff Purse at Arlington. Baseball By The Associated Press Pacific Coast 'League Portland 4-0 Los Angeles 1-f! Seattle \'2 Oakland 7 Hollywood 3 San Diego 2 San Francisco 2 Sacramvntn 1 International League Ottawa 3-3 Toronto 2-4 Knchexter S-5 Montreal 1-3 riul'faln 14 Springfield 3 Syracuse 2 Baltimore 0 American Association Minneapolis 4-3 Louisville (1-2 ]() innings Milwaukee 4-3 Columbus 2-2 St. Paul 7 Indianapolis (i, in inuim's Kansas City 5 Charlcstnu n Texas League Drlhis I! San Antonio 2 l''l. Wuilh li Houston :i Shreveport 13 Oklahoma City 5 Tulsa 12 Beaiunont. 0 VanderMeer Hurls Another Perfect Game BKAUMOMT. Tex. ^-Johnny Viinder Men- waited 14 years for l:i." nr.-hit «l..ry-to return. {'1 e man v. ho pitched consecutive Ms-hit, tio-rnn uamcs in (he majw !i.",';o,-v did it a^aln last nl«ht—this 1'nie IM h.-iset,:,!! |,,v,) ii'itche.s lower. PilehiM'; Pir Tulsa. he white- \\:".-hcd P.vjiuniont 12-0 in the class AA '!'(.- .is l.c.-it;ue. And Ilif man who caught the ball i' i the !;•••! put,nit in ,I,ihi\ny's st'c- '''''' ni-'iiticr with Cincinnati in l:»4:^ wa.- manager of the club V';.ruler Mi er beat with his great ii.h l.'-it night. Hairy Craft, skipper of Deiui- ivent. was the playi.-r who took a liy ball from Leo Durochor of P.roo\iyn June 15. 1!I4I). to give V. udi'i- Meer his second no-hitter aii'i a-i un|)icci-dented pitching feat. Vander Meei: had hung up l.h first iio-lnltei- 'four days bafore •vaiiist the Hoston Braves. Vandi r Meer onee was in danger o! giving up a run last night. He v.-;:lked one, hit a batter and a tl IK! BcauniiinU'r was safe»on an error. Hut Johnny got out of the Miuec/i: when Ford Garrison hit into a fi;r.ce plaj. llehind Vander Meef the Tulsa Oilers were blasting 12 hits to win tiu i.'.inn; ;:oinr; away. J-jhnny i.s in his 19th season of j'iu!e.:.--ii nal baseball, most oC it bi ing spei-t in the major leagues. I-If svas at Cincinnati 13 of those years Last season he was with the Chicago Cubs. Cleveland Indians and Oakland of the Pacific Coast Lia-.iue :-.s lie drifted down to the minors. Ho came to Tulsa this spring. A.s the ex-Cincinnati pitching [,'iea* as tumbling Beaumont, Ft. VVi-.rth's Cats whipped downtroddch Houston G-3 to surge into third, a game back of Shreveport, which blast-'d Oklahoma City 13-!}. Dallas maintained its 4-game l.mlge at the to]j of the race by nosing San .Antonio 3-2. Shrevi port was winning, in nine- Ireiuh game in Ihe last 24 starts in swamping Oklahoma City. The Spnru made. 15 hits count while Oklahoma City couldn't do much Pro iPdolrart at Dallas in Two Weeks DALLAS (/P> Two weeks from today Texas fields its first major! professional football team. 8inc6| Feb. 7, graying Jim Phclan, thd veteran coach, has been in Dallas] getting the c!iib together tor 101 person who planked down $300,0001 to obtain the New York Yanks franchise in the National Football] League. _, Phelan Is confident he has a better team than the Yanks of 1951 whom he coached to one victory, two ties and nine defeats after ] taking over tjjroe weeks late. "I have a. better squad, much] mi.re depth and. of course, niordf familiarity with the players," Phe-1 Ian said today as ho prepared to stud the first contingent of athletes to Kerrvillc, in south Texas' hill country, for the training period. The Yanks had been working out three weeks last fall before Phelan | was named coach to replace Norman (Red) Strader. Phelan will send his centers, tlimrtorhacks and several other backs to Kerrvillc July 27. The re-, mainder of the squad will arrive* there Aug. I. Full scale practice! will open Aug. 2. Phelan, a former college coach who has been tutoring pro teams I for four years, talks much like a college coach of his prospects. He I won't predict what the Dallas Tcx- ans will do this season except that ! he feels they will be an improved team over the Yanks. 23 of whom | are on the Texan squad. Phelan has convinced the ricl; Tcxans who own the club that they must not expect-a championship or I even a break-even club the first year that it will take at least i a year to build a contending team. Phelan will have GO men on the i line, possibly a third of them Tex-1 ans, when he calls the roll at Kerrville. The Texans play their first cx ; - \ hibition game Aug. 23 with Cars-1 well Air Force Base at Corpus ' Christi. Telescopes show that the surface of Jupiter is marked by biMts of light and darker mnterials. with a like number, leaving 15 runners on the sacks. Good for §H cars, but out of 10 all year 'round Esso Extra Gasoline Rfnny motorists believe that all good gaso- lines are generally pretty much alike. But here are the facts as proved by industry- accepted road and laboratory tests! Esso Extra gives you a remarkable com- bliu.tlon of qualities that will improve the all-year, all-around performance of 9 out of 10 cars on the road. We believe a trial will prove to you Esso Extra delivers results no other gasoline can — in full power, long mileage, high antiknock, quick starting, fast engine warm-up, and protection against vapor-lock stalling. And while you're at your Esso Dealer's, there's certainly no better time to let him give your car a complete lubrication and careful check-up for the hot weather driving you'll be doing, ' * Essa Rxtra Gasoline is good for ALL cars, but in 9 out of 10 it w.ll give better all-arouiul performance all year 'round than uny other gusoline. Only a car with an engine that's poorly adjusted, badly worn, or one with unusual compression char, uctenstics may be unable to use fully the many extra qualities of this great gasoline. See your nearby Esso Dealer today! *1 €sso ESSO STANDARD OIL COMPANY MI4II P1«VI «AHfUUY;..fll| MPI YOU SAVI MAV tl VOuT^M T^^ tfliiiiaifc^ttnl Ajih»iia.H AjMt» S3 ^ '"7-... ~": r , • W-;' r M*J: i^ 1 Getting Hot HORIZONTAL ) VERTICAL 1 This makes 1 Mentally summer hot sound ! 4 This rnokw a ' 2 Shoshonean . • I furnace hot ' Indians hn. s is alwa J' s 3 This publishes hot news Answer to N Nl NJ ,., . molding ^,24 Curves f 40 French cap lion L rW* : 6 Ascended', <! " 25 Grievous, jjU 41 Corridor ' • F_18Hebrew n «'S : 7 Pprmit ) (arch.) r -31 42 Poles »nw i^- ,~ , 8 Electrical unit 26 Perfume .^ ' 43 Egg-shaped : 20 Walking sticks 9 Pei . sia 27 Authorizedj ? 44 Foreign N 10 Repetition 28 Revise . , »• section of ,. T . , out .'llFetnale sheep 29 Numbers . • Istanbul SflW^kWr!r 0n r h ( P''> 31 Most pleasant 46 Thin to Blackbirds of 17 Transplanting 33 British f 47 Heraldic band UM°??° " ly 19 Went astray novelist, SOBe s'orry ," ' 23 FIying t0ys '- 3'Serpents \ j.2 Harangue' 4 . 34 Trust 35 Alkaloid used I to contract • eye pupil 13G Indian weight |37 Man's ' > nickname , 130 Wiles |40 Capital or \ : ' Switzerland , |41City in Oklahoma |42 Strong cords ' L45 Vendor •49 Catches up |51 Musical _.j8i'' syllable ', f-s |52 Venture •':$& 11)3 Hing |54 High priest I (Bib.) [55 Thin strip of •wood : 56 Hireling , f.57 Lair CARNIVAL 1 IZ 15' 13 z 21 10 an 36 fi W S'Z W /i. V3 3 /I , 11 9 '•*.' ' ' 1 W Ib , V . 5T i7 5 -;• 2b .'.',. : ^~ 53 *> fo •SB 15 7 23 3i 3\ "'' ' '/ 1b 7 20 '.-•'.-f- / ''• ^ 11 a Ml Ji 3V 9 27 51 5. i7 10 28 . 17 II 29 18 Id f "Bills, bills, bills! I wish, dear, you hadn't taken me so Jiteraliy when \ said all I wanted to possess in this world \was you !" SIDE GLANCES , M What if you did make » grand ftam? You bid wrong, played it wrong and I can provt you didn't hav* a grant* •lam hand!"' — _. » •y CMek Younf MARK .Kl OAGWOOO- C ON'T CUP RINGING? NOW THAT \. MTNTiCN r IT. T t>D v- OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William. Previous Puzile •v MIcliMt O'Mcflcv «Md Ralph / wow/ wH*rr A SUMMEK VACATION I PICKEP. 1V'E EVEM QUIT THlMK- IM' ABOUT FAYPAY/ NEVER BEFORE HAVE \ I FELT SO MUCH TH' \ VALUE OF EpOCATIOts'' I'M (3ONMA KI&-3 TH' J IP VA \\AMTA LEAVE VER UE'LL SET INTOUCM CCM'T KNOW VVHEKB wa is. 6BBM vAnow SMOU.D UflMST. PAW. IN &C.HOOL JANITOR. WHHM HE OPEM TH 1 VOOK. THIS "*' ~ J --' /l| ^-». — ' WASH TUBES 48 Downpour 50 Mimic TELL MK. CASINO W* W*>V, GIRLIB. t>k B0S£ TH' FRENCH POLL \ ITCHIW TO ADO DOSE TO HIS WHO CAO.ED L^f )C0UECTION. HE'S A HISHBROW NISHT ABOUT THBW ART /VPPICT, WJ'REEKItvJ •' r ~~ *'--'*'•-' ~ " '••• - ? - " ""'' HERETOSEE'IM! TO HELP RECOVER ,, ZE CA.MVA&ES /:» PROW WcKEBl BORM THIRTY YEARe- TOO SOOM OUR BOARDING MOUSE Wim Major Hoopta OF THOSE gALLOOt-iS K THAT MARDI CSRAS <| FACE OF VOUR6 OM IT LIT IM MY CH1CKSM VARDj' P •*» ' vz?^ ESAO, MADAM .' IN6TSAD OF 60IM6 ME,yc>OR BETTER COURSe VMOULD BE TO VOT6 fOK ME FOR PRES.DE.v!iT.'-«-lMMY FIRST ME5SASE- TO COMSRSSS X PROPOSE TO UR&E (M MEDIATE PASSAGE OFAUKlMDSOF 6CARED Trie HEM 60 THAT THEY LAV ANiY- THAT LOOKS LIKE AM E66/ X'M sue' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES •y Idgar Martin •v Dick Tumor Cdpr. \tt) I.. HC*'guvloti Inn, r. M, »«l'. U. 8. I'M, Oil. VMELL, CAM'T HOW ABOUT THAT W IT WA-& PAINT OOS _JA NO ON VER HOUSE ELMER? > AMP IT'-S 6TILL NO STEP OUT HBREA NOTHING A MINUTE, POC/ J CAM I THINK .VA'LL / CHANGE CHANSE -YBK ~X MV MINI?/ AMNP/ -^ IV FUNNY BUSINESS By Harihberper ALLEY OOP IS THE QUEEN NO...SHE 16 HIS SIS PERI MEAN SHE is MRS.BY RIGHT OF KADOOKUT? ,,,BUT HER BROTHER WANTEPTHE J OH.THEN THRONE I-OR U SHE 16 A HIMSELF/ ^iii PRISONER. YE6, BUT SHE WILL i THEN A BETTER PUACG \H VVHICH TO UVE/ SOMEOAY.. v - 7 By Golbrolth cw. IHl \a m> b»IM. M. l'» 'i-i. U. «. i "1 had to get him glasses—he was continually mistaking CHRIS WELKIN, Planeteer FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WE7E BeEW F WE'LL EXPLAIN LATER. tKYIN6TO —C NOW LISTEN... I REACH you/ \THB CUKE WHAT ]... 40UHP' HI6H P/TCHBP "TAKE HER. ] See VOLI '. 'EASY. ... MAMWvlA.' NOT A CUSTOMER IMA WHOLE HOUR WISH DASMAR. OR LIZ TAYLOR, WOULP DRIVE So (T ISN^ UZ TAYLOR I AT LEAST ITS A CUSTOMER / BurwHATA.BAQ CUSTOMS* ' t *™~ HU k>«M »*"•«- bx. T. M. ««. U. •. PM. 0«.

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