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HOP! STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED tttt »• J» Office DAjr Befot* Public<ilon 'RATES Aft Poynb't In "II ft* Aee«pf*<j And Aeeonw- With Th* „,„.... . mt u WjWWWmt i» li IV 1,3S 1^0 Month 4,AO fl.oo • 7,ftO 0.00 10.50 12,00 J3.MI MB.OO 8.TO .._,. I.OO^ft.OO CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Ttm« .,..„ , 7flo par loch ne§ v...,,,.,,,,,,.,,.,, OOo par inch not ,.,i ,.„„„„. 50o por Inch MM tftttfifQ IRJflVll Of* fflf C^rt* JUf'iSk' '' rwwWf • or l * l ' p * '«»0ll>i For Rent o«»llit(j «««» Mini S p.m. on .tti« follawine day, '/loht hi nll «l. ft(*ct ,„ of, on* «r mor« ; IMI«r», <»r flourw »u<h o» ft' numMri count a* IOPE STAR ht»r«d 4 o.f Df«MrfpvM, Arkonui, Jlti Art tf ,M*rih 1, W7, •f »ht Audit Clf*ul*t!«n« * Kol«i (payable Iri at)- e«rl*f In Hap« ond rmlgMxtf- • l ~~ >K ;,..„ ,3S «.«„„ 13.00 .in Hsmfuteftd, Nevada, »t, Movrtfd, tmU Milltt eouiv >„....„,„„„,„. ,,„>„< .19 ,. .,,..,,,...,,.„„, UO t .„„.,!,., », ,,,-a.w .„,„..„„ „ „. 4,90 moil — ,.-., ,,.,. 1,10 s,as i. <iw>H"»<"'<i<ii«» _* SO &*$». .*r ^"M S^N, «xoi; 3 1. lit,; j.», «pw TWH i/f N, Y,j'j/oj lot 8U1o,, OflKnlt 2, Mlth.j - Bldo., OWohomo C»y ~ ))UPt,f-;X iiii(iitriliili<>'l .1 rfHiin*. H(ir«lv.'oinl fluom, back porch (mil Kiiififjc, 21,1 H, H''rvt>y. TMHKK ronm II|..MI lir.rnl. Nircly /iillilnhf'd. Klcrltic linx f>lll« jml'l, 201 HotHtur. Mi*. A It. ^ IKIOM furnlxhcd ii|iiiitiiifiit wllh luilli, Klfctilc rrfrlK'THliir unit WliHlllMJj rimi-hfll).*, I'lllltl'"!* |i:il(l. J'hi/iir 7 ;IHI;I, a;»-:u •I ItuoM hf>u«i». Hut ;iii(l fiil'l wn- Wl'cl «lt lllKll Hr. limil. I'liniiit n IIOOM iioii(!(». dm i)(j uKi-d »« duplex, Vncntit AiiKimt I- ( '»>-l ,'l HOOM (infill iilnht d np.li litir'iit. Jliirdvvnoii (Inuru, limit.in tixtiu-ttii ]>ni'(tu cloiii'ln. nil' South Kruui'c. Mr*, J, )•;, Sc.'hook'y. l)l(d 7-:(.177. 2,1-31 HAUL rind Bpronii xnnd $1,2,1 ynrd jOnivi. 1 ! nvalinblo, Fuy Iliitiimnnl I'lKinn 7'2<I80, JO-1M WDUDI.ANU VVATKHMKI.UN CIAH HKN, flntil t-oltl w.'i|i'i'nioli.in« out whom tin? ci'lc'1'.i'is IIIK) Unly (11(1 «ill, Z"t ntlli-s K.IIBI on 07. Ki'wlii. 2-t-llt Lost flying rnp with IIOKU'II-S Jf found cull K. l,, I'tintlor m Wanted to Lease I'ASTUIUC (OK 'W In'iKl of A, ,1, Israel. Phonn 7-l!ll5fl, . 23-nt A fnmi wHh 120 to niwi ncroa foi- 3 yonrti oflongor, I'li'imn nlvo full ili<niTl|)lloit mill nnumiit nf ri'Ht nor yeni', Will piiy $SO In iiwiinr, Wi'ltu Mui'lln I in Mnanullii Hot SprlntiM, Ai'lt. Found SMALL "blneh don, wYm<r"tocV. Unblcu ttitf No, 807. Apply Star Offlcu. 2a"|t 6uiln«$s Opportunity MAN or \vommi who WHtiti to w^n-nnU ei>«i>'»to prufltnblft vuuti? of hUtll "^urtrt vouUluM nvnchinoti ^ thin afcii. S70t) citHh fm ;t.' machlnn* tlnil «re locutod. Write Bux A in i-Hi'o of Uif.liopt! stnr, 85-.lt Political Announcements Th» BUr In authorised in •nnmmcfl that the following am c«ndldiiU»ir tor public offlcs nubjcct to the action of tho Democratic prl/nory election*: Cor Tax Aotuor CHIT STOAnT For Circuit Clark vm. _ .a 9. A. <8p«ndy) HUT8OM for Reproientatlve TALBOT FJCJU) JR. For- County Judge CLAUD Jf. SUTTON U fi. fJAIUU'iTT l''HKO A, I.UCK Por Sheriff C. COOK For Alderman Ward 1 JOK HMITT H, C. mob) DANIELS JOI;: JOMKS For Atdermnn Ward t FRICD JOHNSON DWIOJIT mnoniLi. PAUI, HALEY PAT WJKKIK For Aldermnn Ward I U. L. UKTTIQ State Senate TOM J. 8II.VKY DH. F. C. CUOW Chancellor (Plrat Olvltlon. flth District! WKSMCY riowAitu A. P. STKKI, For Connress OIIKN IIAIUU.S 11 n, in. Mornrnj; worship (I (i.ni. MTU 7;.'IO p.m. KvcniriK W(in<hip OETHEL A. M. a. CHURCH Rev. O. Paschal, Pastor II;4.1 n. m. Ktiiutny Nrhonl. II n.m. MornliiK Win-Mini) II p.m. A, 0. K. I.. TiIlO p. m. cvonli'K worship. Mr, and Mrs, lilrvin", McKad-.lcn. i iinntiiiiu-ud the wi'ildlui; "I their' dauilhler, Mis-i Niuiii II. Mrl''.id-; dell In ,1. W. MIL'S at llii'ir liniin-' tin July 27, ut II p.in, ' All Vifterans, \vlvi-••,, wuluM's ur ! mothiTM of World Wiir II who are' ll'(tt;l't'.iltii! in orgiiiii.!iin; ,i l.udic.s i AuxllUiry of tint AnirrU'un l.eniou arc n«Uotl lo meet at HU-ks Fuiu-rnl llomi) Mundiiy nluhl, July 211, at M p. in. Ni>t8oii»HO! Post Nn, 4i;7 will st'i'Vi,' rcf Hope Junior, Little League Teams Win 2 Thir.'c y(»vittt< ("'iini conrh'-tl by I'll"'! .'.,'b: [it.iv, I liln 1 '" f{;ilii« , VI- .'Cl'l.'iy l,;,r[ ;< l.i.i ;-!i<;f| tlfimc 'A'ith Ti x:irk;m.V:i' Juninr Toulon shut- i. lit il,c (drill .fimml •• .).<! with )>r)*t K'Udi'. (lie i-i'il,. mill nllo-A-iiiK only iv.-ii hits, but)) cuiii-rti f| l»v (infiin Kubt-rl Smilllr. 1.,,-r. i;;tvr tip .» inn.", nil lv.. i lull iirjori- hciiin ir. Il" 1-1 (I liy Ki;inKn. Will|;iMi!< \ v ho tni|-|'"l niii- iniiir-.K inif.l !!!iv<- ;n» tin 1, 1 1 -I. Tin' LIMY t.i'ii ;;uc li'iyi, cl'iwnfd I'l'r/iiiutl Iliric l.i'*! niijlit 7 lo 5 in :.i\ iVfiii.'n v,-i tti ((,,v Oiiki'. th' 1 " l |;l " ' . I''!-' -ill" IH'I' illlllTV."; Jlti.l .ll.llllliV .'-,'!'. fllii'.li:!!.'. !';•••• '•"!! '• .liiii.'ni l.i'i'.inn Imy.'i l, l; ,j '" H")!'.' I t !'i li in :,n , '..h ;, mriiii;.; n'fiiu. 'I'),,. !r-.,|>', M-,,,,.,1 !j,, v ,,,,,., i" I'"' "i;<iii!i. Mi-vii' Miirl;u' SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION AMi'-'.i . .'18 4.) i •;. •:',;ifiooj;a 57 ^;i '.'., !.-. ill«.- 4M .if) I'..; |..:.'i:;iiani 47 ", .Mi ;; l.i.i:i 47 "i7 i .'"• Hock • 41 5(1 Th< yellow wild flower called butti-r and PKgs is a close relative "f the unflfi rlrnfion ot cdlllvatcd KHidr : n». Cnltic have baby tctth that ore; replaced hy ,-idult tcrth in the same manner as ar<? the teeth ot hiirnitn childrrn. i Frlrfoy, July 25, 1981 The cutting and carving of gems is believed to have originated in Babylon thousands of years before Christ. , July 55, 195?, HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS League York T,« 50 41 r.i 42 40 4:> 41 43 .570J ..wn; .51X1 i .•l(i<i! .4(11 i .432 ! .'MO I .60!) I .5(17 ' .540 .148 .")2I .41111 ' SPANISH SYNOPSIS i ot nluiviii-' 1 . ni:it."<j llnl |,, hi N.tticmnl League '..- •••.iyn i'i'.'. Yurie 1 ..ilM Mineral Spgs. Comes to Hope foraGameatS Tin- Min<»r:ii Sprint;.<<-llopo soi'U's I'nir.c.-; In K.iir pmli tonli;ht al (t •.vitli DC; i M Std-on.s on the niouu Inr Ihr Inciil nine. Sli'vi-u-i pilclu-d Hope- to il.s only Vl'-lory lA'v'i lln' I'MyiM's Ihi-i si:ii.';ini Nc.-il V.'IM-|; Ilif r.r!:iiinn.'iiri.-s win pl;iy all tlii/i!- caini'.s ii( hniin- I a K inf.; <,ti tin- ('a.,ii(| ( -n Ki-;iftMni-n I'll M'.-ndiiy ni;!h(. Hot Spi-ini'-i v||) IH- II..TI- \V.-ilt!i'Ml:iy and Kridav Eaves Successful in Cotton Bid Dy The Associated Press Valla- Haves veteran rij;hthand- i r jn.-.i jii-<|!iii-i>it fnini 1'nrt Arthur, 'I 1 ' • . '.I Hit- Cl-i>:< I! Gulf Coast l.i .ir.::,-, inadi- Ins tli-tiiit in C.'ult<iii Mi.I' I.i-a"iii- li:i.'.:cljall o winnillf! (il 24 .7111 :V> Ml .mo ">l -II ., r )5'l l;j" . •H! -l-l .511 17'.. •!ii -If) .:,(ifi lit :«».11 .-ma-t' 1 , :ii) r>r> .no 27 r> 70 .203 i S COTTON STATE LEAGUE .\l"n!i;.n fill I);) .(Mt .v.itihr/. no an .unn (,!< i iiv.'iiotl -I!) 43 .fi.'i.'i I'm' IJInff .|(J 45 .5". Aft»r ll'll IS rctilllllMK by H l.'nlirurnin rniu li. Ml•i. i rritii(fiini' n . < ) Him. t>iu. wcil'lc-d tjli.iw (ilii-ail vii li nia ol't swi-ct- heart. Mcmne. Wlifn n cunisp l"lirj« l>n.iscntiF> inr'f, to press ln.« atirtiuons on iti« 01 H viiinin Imly minis i" tli<- co;i''rt with tlif-in. I!<ii nn't (UIUMO vpnni; to IIPI (!rlciisi\ As Iliry tiu^h nnw;o'f| h.ltlilltn "lirKIIIK H Kiif<l -iMi.slKninr'lil! hul<l up HIP ri-:i,-h, hillinr; th,- L;i!:ort TlfO llflllilfM 13 ,1,«.--l;:nr.|| (,) c n:i,.| 11,^ I roa.Hiif c. c\rn llmuyb ho ?iiiMi'lr», 1,1 tiio drlvrr Ui.'it iif. in ^ri '*vom i, r. ilir rhai^f n^nin-t nun. imrr'JfT. (.iri r, 1 .-!! h- Hit; his il**';l oinlluii. I:iiil:-o 1.1 (D|(| hy III.H old r-nciny. i.rfina. to :.:rt im(.'' Thin nilhlr:"! Ivi.'int nn»l fr'.'inir'l him on Ihc niunl'-r i-np. rnilrn.iMiTl n :p> nil In .1 h'li-yrfu fun in S.in giii'iiiin. Ho nnt| Hal ntrirc In irnv? town hui f,roni In^ In riilnr 1 dai-k Ult^xporlndly riaii'l*'!! inpoln ii|) wllh Mclnnic. anil is slioikcil hy the change in ncr. hil Dorado II"! Spriius.s C.reenvillt- 4(J .|fj .f,!))); :i5 53 .:)()!) ; 31 G.'l .D.'iO Sports in Brief ot th» iaiea PIOM it «miii*<t •»• to the UH tor («|iublictilian m* (oiol nawt pnniiHl in thi* ot w«ll oi iill AC n*wt For Sale , MulMlon Mink, Vol(i\tt Fawm. LonUrn, \VI» The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phona 7-4474 Or bring Item* to Ml»i Turner M Hick* Funeral Home CHURCH OP GOO IN CHRIST fild, L. C. W«»hlnoton, Minister 1(3; W Sunday Si-hoo), U;lft MornlnK Warship, 0 p.m. Y. I 1 , W, W. « p.ni, Kvi-nlnu worship. CHURCH OF Rav. C. U. Ci'Q*«loy, Pniitor 0:4» ii. in, Stnulay .School J 1:0(1 it. in. Morning Worship tun; p sn, v, r>. w, \v. 7:30 p.m. Kvonlnu Worship. CHURCH OP QOO In CHRIST Eld, 0. N. Dennlt, Pastor 0:45 a.iu, , Sundny School 11 it. in. Miinilug \Vor«hij) U p,m, V. i». \v, W. 7:30 p.m. Kvi-uins Worship »t City 8KKBBB MlsMORIAU 0. M. B. Rev. T. J. Rhone, Paitar 1): 45 u.in. Suuduy vcnoul. U a.m. nuniuni! worship. 6:00 p. in Kpworth Leugu* t) p.m. Kvouing Worship MT. ZIQN CME CHURCH R«v. I, M. Manning, !»:*5 M in. Sunday School H a, in, Miuumg Wo»>dip (} p. in, Kpwoun 7:30 p.m, livoning R181NQ R*V. W, M. Erby, |»||tOP 8;ij a,m. Sunday it)hooL. 7:30 p, m, evening worship. UQNOKE BAPTIST CHUHOH Rtv. P. K. Povy.U, Pmtor 9;43 a,m, Svmday School )l a.m. Mumlng Wor*l>b>. 8 pan. »TU f;!» Kv«r>Jj»j| Worship. CHAPBL »APTIBT R»v, P. R, WlllUmi, P«*tor 8:i5 «. m. Svmdty school ANNOUNCEMENT PJT, S^tmn«tt Thomptoa »nd thtt -W" Tln« Yoi'Ki-r Hiind Mutln-r'tif Club ; Of YtMRt'l' Hijill SclUKil Will «r>nllri(H-| li dtuice Sjihirdiiy nij;h(. .'HJA 1 ','|j. ;it I lllo Yri'iji!!' hini:h room with niiisii- i h.v Dnd.v Yet Hot Ho.] of Shri'vcport, | I.ii. Admiti.iliMi 1:< 7.V ;md $I,U(). i T, H, Jackson of l\i:;co. Wash,, *|H'lll ii few dnys vl.sttiun ivljilivi?:: iilld fi'li-iulH III llopo iiiul Ti'>;«rkan;i. In .. He i-.ive up only f, V e hil; to ||)e l''.<t;>i'i . l.-i-i- ni! : ht. Hi- had plenty '•'• I' 1 "•]> from hi.: teammate-; a.; Hi. -v i.ippe-l out I'.! hils. In olher i-.ames, Monroe dropped Circcnvilli- -1-1, Cireenv.'ood slipped by Kl Ufirado 2-1 and Nntehw. ilumiii-d pin,. Bluff .<•,.;>. ilnhn Knrl/s won his Kith en me Hi he led Greenwood to victory over Kl Dorailo. Tie fanned 15 nu'Ii i"''iuii.n;'. a pinch liitti-r with the !'!-..e!i leul.^l fur the final out of the t-un-e. . | I Ir«i:ii\\ noil went ahead with one run In Hie fourth iuniny but Ki> l.)or;,di, eanie back ill Its half of' II. e fifth to tie II up. Creemvend .•ci.re.l tiie winninc, run in the ei.i;h!h .ind retired Kl Dorado in the top of the ninth to win. 1 Moni'oe pushed across throe runs i By The AKsoci.itcd Press 'GENERAL HKI.SINKI ll.irrison Dillaixl '•( Clvvland net now Olympif rec- "J'l <il !•''" seconds in winning the 110 - ineli'i- hurdlc.s at the I!)fi2 ;:.ini'"i. 'GOLF N'KW HAVKN, Conn. — Defendini: i.'lyini|)ion Tnnnny Jacobs, Mi.niel.elln. C'alif., captured two ii:.itc)u•:•• to advance to the fourth ic.mid ot the National Junior Gulf Cliaii-i.-ioiiship. SH1X CITY, In. — Al RCSSP- link. KsiMMidilo, Calif., shot a 7- i.anler liar (i.'i to I'ral) the lil-hole lead in the Sioux City Open Gol;' Tiiiii n:ur.ent. RACING MOW YORK HiMh Dive i$fi.30i •• ' :: Yi-l'.ow l[;.iul Handicap at J.'iliviiea. (.'IIICAGO — Ibba (520.CO) won mile t.lravnillo Purse at Arlington Park. in tho ciijhth inninR in its with Greenville to break a 1-1 lie. That's all the scnring thoro was. It was Givcnvilles fourth straifihl Pick Thompson posted his 12th virliiry of the si-asnn n.cainst six lii.-;si-..; as Natrhe/. dvfi'ati-d Pino liud'f. Thi' .fudges ;;ot In Thompson in the thiril inniiij; for four hits and their only two run.-;. Thompson regained control of the game a-fter tlnil. Cl I APT EH FIVE THEY MaiJ come to a scrien o( low hills and threaded the gentle pass ociwcen them. Melnme pointed to n IIOIIKC, n white one with n red root, shaded, hy huge trees. Barn nnd neat buildings clustered about it. "We live there." "A new home," Blaise said. Me- lame laughed. "Hardly that any n,or*\" "J Keep forgetting," BIal.se snld quietly. He added, "I wonder what happened to my''Valley homestead." Hal looked surprised. "A ranch . . . and n homestead?" "I (lied on Valley land adjoining the ranch. That's when Loo.rn:; figured f'd stepped on his toes. I never had n o.hanCc to prove it up. It's gone now." "\Ve abandoned, too;, niaise," Molanie said. "Marl? proved it was the wise thing to do." "Mark—Mark Davis," Blalsc said, remembering. "I'd almost forgotten him. We were always on opposite sides of' the fence. Minever wanted to fight from the beginning." "He was right, Blai.s'o," Mrlanir said in a strange voice. "Everything worked out just as ho said it would." Blnisc distastefully moved h i s lips. "Sure, but 1 was never one to let another man drive mo. Marl; never gave a hang for principle:;— It was always results with him." Blaise grimaced. "Maybe he was right after all. I went to jail and he moved over here. He's set up g;ood, I reckon, the best land of all?" Mclanie replied slowly. "Blaise, 1 ... the first years after you loft were hard and terrible. Wo did wliEjjt we could in the other valley, but Leonis was too much. We moved, and we had all the imrd work of building and itarting new over here." "You've done a good job," Blaise laid. Cop\Tlglit. 1931, by "No one thought you'd ever come hack. We knew what Looms could do and . . . some even thought maybe you lutrt Killed Chavez. •had trouble with him bc- You'd fore." "I ncvrr liked the man. But I never killed him. 1 intend to tind out who did." "After all these years?" she* nuked. "What else la there to do?" •'Nothing, 1 Kucsj," s h o said. After a short pause and a swift, almo.it frightened glance toward her home, she continued. "There was only trouble tor us and we thought you'd never come back. People do unexpected tilings sometimes, Blalsc, at a time like that." "Like following Mark over here," Ulalse said. He turned the buggy into the barnyard and looked around in grudging admiration. "You've prospered." lie turned the buggy about in the yard and reined the horses in beside a stone walk that I c d through a little gale to the smooth green yard around the house. "Where's Paul?" "Dad . . . lives up the road." He looked surprised. "Up the road! But you don't run this place alone!" A man came out of the house. He paused on the stop, looktrtg at the buggy and then he came slowly to the gate. Blaise recognized Mark Davis. The. years had been kind to him. "He's back, Mark," Melanie said in a strained voice. "He got off the .stage as 1 was in town. You remember Blaise?" "I remember him," Mark said evenly. Melanio stirred and forced a laugh. "Weli. we can't sit here all day. Mark, aren't you going to Invite your friends in the house." Bhu:;o grew tight with a cold, numb feeling of disaster. "Light down! Welcome to our home," said Mark. "Our?" Blaise asked with dim- cult y. "Of course! Mark- and I are old married people now." "Light down, Blaise. Is this your friend?" Mark asked. "Hal King. Maybe we'd better got on. I didn't know I ain't snre- •that is, "Nonsense! Yon can spend the afternoon, anyhow. Light down. I'll unhitch. Honey, you lake 'cm into the house." . Once inside, the girl turned swiftly. Blaise somberly shook his head. "Mel, you should'vo told me." "But—but, I ... couldn't. I tried' to stop writing but your letters came and I—" she lifted her hand and let It drop, "I had to write anyhow." "But this?" he demanded harshly. She turned away and stood by the table. "f tried, Blaise. I started a' dozen times ard tore up the letters. It was too—cruel." "Cruel?" he asked dully. She whipped around. "Blalsc, can't you understand! You were gone, for good—like as it you were buried and you'd never come back, tiveryone told me that —everyone Dad, Mark, all ot Leo E. \Voll3. Distributed by King Features Syndicate. them. 1—" She looked toward tho window and tier voice dropped. "Here comes Murk. I'll—explain later. Please, Blnise." Mark entered in a rush, pulled up short when ho saw Blaise. Ho pulled out a chair, whirled It around and sat down, arms over the high back. "You look about the same, Blai.sc. Little gaunter, maybe little thinner in the face." Marie tipped his head slightly. "You don't have that old hellion spirit. Maybe they took it out of you." "Mark!" Melanie turned,' shocked. He threw a glance over his shoulder. "What's wrong? It's true, ain't it? Look at him yourself." "It's true," Blaise said heavily. He looked about the room as though it had suddenly become another cell. "Sure, Blaise, anyone can see it. Surprised about me and Mel?" "Yes." "She should'vc told you." Mark fished a tobacco sack from his pocket. "1 always had my eye on her, but you had tho inside track in the old days. You don't blame me?" "No," Blaise looked at Melanie, and passed his hand wearily across his face. "Where does Paul live?" "Down the road—the next farm. Why?" Davis asked. "Maybe Hal and me had better get on down there." "No, you'll stay here!" Davis stood up. "At least until supper time. Honey, cook n supper that'll show Blaiso what he missed. Come on, gents. This way." He would not listen to their protests and finally Blaise followed him. The bedroom was high-ceil- inged and spare, looking out toward the road. Mark left them there and Blaise strode swiftly to one of the tall, narrow windows. "Changes . . . always changes," ho sighed. Hal .asked, "Did you tie her down before you left,?" Blaise shook his head. "No ... I said nothing. She had a right to look for someone else." (To Be Continued) Way Out in Front, and Pulling Away: / HECK- 1 JUST PAVED. THIS ROAD 2 MONTHS AQO! BLONDIE By Chick Young CF.IAX K'P n S i'-! THH F.AC C" • - XX, LL PPJ.ACTLTO? '£.M- • EN', WHY i SCANT YCJ BOY 3 ?.-,-••-• , , / PUT. 1 PP Running the Bases 1 Essential 1 baseball tools 2 Superficial extent HORIZONTAL CO The flies 1 Ha.se runners when a base try to boat the runner slides lu the Cl Gaelic bag VERTICAL 5 Baseball . position, '•; s!:ort ' 9 V.'imt each team Hies to 3 Roster laptraUcsolo 4 ^ fsical !5?IS" src ?p a ™ - " f point ' • 6lMSm-csof !?-;-*- ,ES!W IfiKhiiry fabric !9Kyej (.slang) '21 (Jlacial snow 23 I,iirge b(xiy ot water 24 Headgear '.11 For fear that Answer to Previous PuTzle •^>- 6|T 8 Postures 9 Iterating 10 Employer 11 Seines 1G Administers 33 Fact extreme 35 Turkish unction .officials 20 Harmony -10 Vipers 22 Sleeveless ' -13 Correct garment.- ^. 45 Corn 21 In this place 46 Close-fitting 25 Summit cap 20 Locally 47 Small brook 28 Crossbeam 48 Australian 30 Tyndarcus' ostrich wife (myth.) 50 Anchor 31 Angers .11 Son of Seth 52 Essential ••?"• being 53 Decay ^.i rving 01 me Huns 3-i ?>Iorc pungent «7 Reparation 30 \\ here spectators head when last man is . out 3!>Korcue ] •5 1 Aeriform fuel 42V;-:nt ' •i-i S'lUfVed ••;< !-.--.nl name of -.?. 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SAYlNfe HER POOR &Q-/ MIGHT 66 D&Sg r fot/r* \ MTftOUTA OASt ,' wr... so WITH five. s f /»»• RATtlHQ / \ "W, $ »WA»li TOWVf ^MJgSJ "" • -dWirvi* Kft#£ y v« r /V VIC FLINT 5O MOW I GET E- 9EIMC- VICTOR FLINT. CAM-xr- ON HIS \\AN TO .WITH AY WHAT A £AUTlPULJWSPULSl\ E cf J£P SOU >£.),' HAVE, CLP «v Micfcn*1 O'Maltaf' and Ralph PUT ic s i j cei't-F H-XX EK-x\fir-- F5C=V5:? AT THE CLL'S cc«cc\'-vn?,., . HAS 6M T WELLQTHIS SVINMVAUUEV-C^TTHIMKS Hft CAN. y A \USHV.fTVVO-TIA\0 .V\B SV1TH A PAVM8 WWlCM.Ifl TOO WCW POR HBR OWN (SOOC'. WASH TUBBS Ml Letlit Turner BUT WHY ML THIS \ FIRST, WE MU&T CMJTIOM, KOONT2* IP \THWTACRIWE M/\"s BEEN YOU XWEW WHERE TO FIK1P THE THIEF, WHV PIDMT YOU BRIMG ^M OFFICER.? WHV, VOLJ 7 TH\T W^ <S BLESSIMS,^ LOOK,,, CKfVCKPOrJ NOT IV, CRIME 1 . HOW IP WE HB STOLEVCNO SEE WTO CIvSIWOWONE OP PMMTIMGS/K ^PENrHOPi>E —JOMR, DOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WtC\< WS.I (\ KiO 600O "IVlW . 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