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| A. M. antf 4 rt. M, ^wiltit ju &fjK#. •&& AMBMI w. it tb* Hope Ceun<> tlrlU of R« announce , ton, Th»m«» ,, 4 > , >o'n itre Mr. of thin city, iNGER 6 of Vtffeft tntflrt«ln« With Pot l-uok '& FJr*t nhrtlifll pot luck » of th» WflCft of th* Chiireh hold IW «nd trc«. turt> ftimtt Mondny fll|h«, (it Oi30 flt Fnir Park. The ho«t#»«.p)i wor* Mr», J, W* Wr^, c»rl Jone*, Thorna* Cnnnon nnd Mm, John (,, Wi»»»n, Jr. Thrift Vi"*rp 24 mr-nflwrn ««><! on« mi(»*(. Mrs, Htll Clark. Mr*. Hobirtnon Moitm to Workfrj 8und*y ichool Clou Tim 8uhd/iy School Moworlra Wojfhord of thi> Baptist Chtiroh hold Us regular monthly rne<!tln«, Monday night, Aujiiifit K,1, tit 7:30 in Iho hnrno of Mrs, Alvln Iloborlnon. Tlit< mfletlng wiu opened with the xlnfifriR of n hymn, "Whnt « Friend Wo Have In Jamm," The devotlonnl wos «lv»n by Mm. Roh. ert»on. Prsyttr by Mrs. ti. M, -HBJJ- . THURS. OINI \\H ItU ( OHM! . —., s.Orrt <m* H«rtiiy»u - jHMMMkii-htr ^ItaiS must bft. \, j^syo !iJtt»W Mrs. Ruth Tnylor prenitinU tha biislnitMB ooHHlon In lh« co of 1ho fircgldpnt, Mra, tho noclnl hour, thn bo»- rpfreshmentH to thu tntw 13 Tl»q mt-fttliiK wns WHh prayer by Mr», .1. odjourned A Cook. Coming and Going Mr, tind Mrs, W It, Coop r, Mnn, of Dnhrnhn. w«ro the Sunilny Kue«i* oi the IS, W, Copi'lmid fuirdly, Mlfl» Juno f?lmnimis of. Twinr- Tt!HftH, Ml»ii«ii Jo Ann ns her ijupgt, Mini) of Iktt Ha» hud Nnrmn ,fuui ««, AH(, Mr, nnd Mrs, O, T. Slmmwm of 'tVxorkurin, 'I'Hxim, H|.imt Huntliiy with Mr. nnd Mrn, TJoyh- Ik-iwes Miss Jrrllii VovniK uf l.lttU' Rock «f Mr, Firms to Reply to U.S. Suit WAMrtmarOft (* - rive M* DOROTHY DIX Unwed Mother Dour MlM f)lx: I am a gift, $0 yean old, nrxl » *6er«*tary to n Iflrtfe firm. Hoepntly I hod a bnby, ftnd, rathor than him , , *. °" « J *"P (> nl< ! ' 1 have ""(up, f. «m boarding him with o prl- Wftftlnm in balance trie official \ voit> family. I real!** whiit a rnl*- with their rcpilt* to gov- , nkp j rr)fl ,j e h,, t t h«f only way w »fr»rn<ml chnrg»» thot they joined in a virtual monopoly of thi> W<-«t «rn wotlfl'« oil (radn. of them hfiv<* nlnsndy entered nnofflclftl dpnlnl*. Invitation for formal nn- .eamd from S«rn. John of Alnbflmn, Demoffnt- 1C nominee for v|t?*» president, In hid ro|« AH ehnlrmnn of th«> Son- ntn small Tt from nslfttap of pditeft portion* of n critical ami contra- vtftnM fnporl on nn Intarmttinnnl oil curtol, kflpt »i>cr»t for rnorf thon fl year after Its completion l»y tho Fodornl Trade Co in m I* H Ion. The report churned thiit the ftv<- American oil compnnlc»« jolnod two v forfllflfi eorporntlonn In an injtamant designed to reap rich profit* for thum»«lv»» nnd cotlnb< orator* from major oil production center* and mnrkt>t« of the non- CommunUt world. Proildont Truman, acting upon advice of top ndrninintrntlon lend <?!•*, had withheld the 378-paKo ro. from the public for more* thnn n your. H In generally supposed thhi WIIH In nn effort to let Hrlllsh oil IrHwwls nnd thi> Ironlan govern went try to »ottH> their long ami continuing dldpulo o^or the rich Ii'Hfilnn oil ftold*i, 'Apparently material dealing with thin phtiso w«% dolctfd from the (looument nncl othor matter was i^etify It, I Uilnk, IH to make my )lf<> one that In worthwhile not only fur myself but for my child, t have nrvcr hud n fftmlly or home llf«, nnd for this reason the baby means n lot to mo. Friends have odvUed me to give him up for adoption, ljut I'm hesitating to do thi» be- ciiusi- If there Is any chance or way at nil for rno to kcrp him, I wnnt to, Do you suppose there In any mnn who would want to marry Mr; nnw that I have the- baby? This Is whut 1 hopn 1 cnn achieve because Man Slays His Invalid Daughter MIAMI,. .Flu., M —A retired jro- t*r stabbed his 18-year-old Invalid (imifihtcr to death with a butcher knife yesterday and later explained to police: "I couldn't stand to see her suffer nny more." Police called the slaying of Ad- eln Mosknl a "mercy killing." Detective Charles Sapp said Johr Mnskal led officers to the body ol tils d.iuRhter In the bathroom ol Ihrir apartment and said: ! <\« HO wont n home-. Occasionally \ "My girl Is oil right now." I hnvc a date, but none of the men The detective said Moskal rela- know about the baby. If one ihould'tcd that while his wife Mary wu» serious and want to marry j out shopping, he led the girl Into Top Radio Programs NEW YOJftK <^-Li»tente« to* Cjivalcwte of nr 8:30 Truth or Consequence*. CBS-6 Beulah; 7 People fl Life with iMlgl. Stiver Eajjle; 8 -Amorton'* To*n Meetln*; 9:15 'Drestn Harbor. MBS-7 Jimmy Carroll Show; 7:30 Story of Dr. Klldnrc; fl:05 Official Detective. Wednesday Programs: NBC—10 a.m. Strike It Rich. ABC—fl a.m. The Breakfast Club; 10:30 Break the Bank. CBS—9 a.m. Godfrey Time. MBS — 9:30 a.m. Take a number. BASEBALL—MBS Game of Day Network 12:63 p.m. Cleveland In dlons at Philadelphia Athletics. iru-, Hboukl I tell him? I certainly 1 the bathroom and plunged nm not «olnn to marry anyone forknlff.- into her breast twice. Croied Circus Horse Injures Two Persons CHICAGO (UP) — Two per- 1 would have to I "Before my baby's birth," Sapp love him completely. Thin would | emoted the 57-ycor-old father, "my the sons injured by a crazed circus horse, who rared and pawed his be I'speclfilly important In my cn*e since the punt opens so many pos- fllbilitl(;n for future cjuiinclH and recriminations. T. J. J. Antiwar; Vour Mnc letter, which wife' Injured herself by fulling agninst the corner of a counter. Tr,« baby was never normal. "There was u soft Spot in her head and the doctors said something about a nerve not-.protected nnd every time It made contact wife and courfiHcouH decision In krtiplriK your baby; you will be amply repaid for it. You nre vory young, and, since you have no family to Kuldc you, your own jitruulnrds must be kept -'•vr-mii«T'»fv 1*1 m » F ..,,^» «i»*wvv> T*""»jfi-'m <iwii n MI f ivi ti i \ID iiiiint uv edited nnd tonod down b«for« Itlvr-iy hl«h to prevent another to new« n««nclo» over the wqoji «*nd, as principal*! In the nl- oil cartel ore thc»<> Arimi'lcnri firms; Standard Oil of W«W Jerttoy, Slandfint Oil of California, tho Texan Co,, Boeony. Vnntntni und Gulf Oil. Thtt foiM!l«n fiorpiirntlons named nrp An|(lfi'lrmi|tui OH Co.. n Urlt- ixh (,'onipany, und Hoynl<Uulch Slicll, owned by Hrlti.ih niul Dutch OH of, .Now wns . fii'it to prcit(?st the cnrlcl rv unit Mrs, liulfiti 1), Huuth. M!«s Mlnotln lie try IK Mr, uml Mrn, Wltfortl Brrry tjoutlt ' In Mm, KiHI VVDIi.'tinH linn rnturni<d ((» hor liunic In r l)»IluM, 'iVxan, nf- U'V « visit with Mwi. W. A. Will- Mr. nnrl Mm, John Rlatmi ntul Mtiyft of Niishvlllo wore Sutultiy qf Mr, nncl ivira, Orutly utul fumlly. Mr. nnd Mi-u, Ituymoml A»Un anil .t-IUldt'oi) of Donton tiptnu the vvt«c»k uittl with MIS mid Mi's. HODS (nut family. nml Mrs, L. Jft, Qoyelt of vlsltod Mr. noy«tt'« slstor. Mm, CtmrltH Hobort* (m.SntUnlay, Mv, «nd Mrs, Q«!no Allon and son, Mlvkt-y, hnvo vetui-nert from jr*aul8Villts, KeiiUmky, whoro Mr Allen was colled In attond the btt of hl« fttthor, Jttinos K, Allen Ml'. ut»l Mr«, Buster Rogers nm children nro visitliiH their Mr. nnd Mrs, K. Q, Hamilton, and Mr, und Mrs, Hoy port. Denying «ny wrtfhtfftil actii, it wild, "Tho nut nffact tif thlti report. . , run hi4i-dly be other Uian to undf'i'tnhic tlu« intogrlly of Amt?rleuiiH wluwio investnumtfi ubroticl tiro of liri'.'U vnlui) not only to the economy of tho nutiontt where 'hey tiro inwlo, but also to tho economy and security of our own country," Moreover, the company an Id it did not bolonii to tiny international ill cartel, Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mrs. Will In m Camp- bull, Hope, IH, 3. JJI.tch(u-«(,'(i: Mrs. London Yocom, Bodenw, Mrs, Milton Powell, ;. 1, Emmet, Mr. H. C. Ward. Hope Mrs. W, 1$. Smith Hope, Mr. tmd Mrs. William Campbell nnmntncG the urrlvnl of n baby boy on AuHuat 20. tnki; In your life, There, will be so many lonely moments, many heart- nick ones, but you will nlwnys hove tin comfort of your srntill son titul, In time, perh.ipst you will have thr home yon lonj; for. May Make Happy Marriage Miiny, many (;lrl:i in situations nlmllar to yours have made happy uuirrluttcx, and there IH no reason t<> doubt thut you may be nblu to, nlijo. Obvfotmly, und as you already rcoll/e, you would need n much firmer foundation than would be necessary under ordinary elrouin- Jonaplilne Admitted: Onby ftnvbnrn Trcecc Texorknnn. .T. L. Treeeo Mm, and Dttby, Hnrotogn. Uuti«i Ohciter Mr. K, L, HUlor, Pntmos, Mrs C. B. Curtis, lUiBubur, Or««ou, Annlo Cumtnrd, O»nn, Matilda Fulks, Hop«, Joyce Hnrdln. Hopu DlBcharflcd: Muy Oln Tolllvor 'iro|H», Shirlvy Klllott. Fulton, Mrw Mnrtho Murllndolo, r.'miiu«t, THEATRE * WED. & THURS. „ A ROADSHOW ATTRACTION — itt S0« '• I * P«w LUt Sut|Mmd«d • FEATURE TIMES 2:00 . 3:41 . 8:24 • 7:84 -9:1fl Jnol GreorCloule, Surpauad In Frintin 9 Only ly lh« Ik. giJMAN INTEREST ! havt; ncmcwhnt abbreviated. In (llciilex very clearly your renciv trittce river past mistaken and .1 wih other vnrts of -the brain in firm resolution to live a t<ood lifeldiovc her crazy, in the future, You have modi; a! "This nerve made contact 15 or 20 times nn hour, all her life. My wife nnd I couldn't stand to sue her that way. We sent her to specialists but they told us she would never be any better." Snpp said Moskal told him: "I won't be around much longer and I did not wont my wife to bear the burden alone." Moskul said It wan necessary for his wife und : hlm had to bathe and died their daughter, tho girl was never able to do anything for hcr- gelf. "I stabbed her once," the detective further quoted Motikal, "but It did not bring death and I had to do it again. I wanted to help my (inui(liter and my wife. I think I dul tho right thing." Sapp Kiiid the father went on: "1 felt I would suffer the conse quenees for doing it, but no matter what happens, it doesn't matter. My K'rl is till right now." Mosltcl, .the son of a Polish-farmer, cume to the United States in JUKI und later settled In Newark, N. J. He recently purchased nn upuiiment building here. Sapp said Moskal was being held for Investigation of murder. wny through a terrified standing room only crowd, were in Icrlous condition today. Two other persons were also injured by 'the chariot-drawing clr cus animal, and physicians sale they suffered cuts, bruises anc possible fractures. The horse, 'a big bay named Dan, charged Into a crowd las night at Ringllng and Bailey circus. He was aboil to make an entrance into the big tent -for the last spectacle of the evening— the "Mardi Gras." The kicking, pawing animal seriously Injured Albert Genin, 72 and his wife, Anastosia, 53. The nature of their injuries will not be known until X-rays are taken arul studied. Mrs. Ester Straiisberg, 42, nncl Patricia Flanagan, 21, ''.were also a performance of trfc Brothers and Barnum No Settlement i nTexarkona ius Strike T&KARKANA, ~J*I— An attorney for the Texarkana Bus Cn., aAy» the firm will be unable to operate Us buses today unless 49 striking workers return to ihoir jobs. V The attorney, Wed Stewart said today Is the deadline for the 48 drivers and one mechanic to return to work. He previously has said that the men must return to work today or be "replaced". Th<» employe? are members of the AfL Amalgamated Street, Electric Railway and Motor Coach Employes Union. A. P. Steel, international repre- sentativc of the union, said yesterday that "the bus drivers are more llftnljr detwrrrttted finiWt terry the strike through." The workers left their jobs Aug. 10 in a wage dispute. The company has withdrawn fl 5-cent hourly wage boost offer and issued an ultimatum Saturday that the union drivers and striking? em- ployes ''must return to work by Tuesday morning or bo replaced.'' No wage Increase was included in the ultimatum. mauled by the horse. The horse, which was said to be a highly trained performer worth about $2,000, was shot short time after the accident. IM2 MCCMt MGISTEMD STOCK 'lull MMM ,« MM •MM! Ijifcili yp 53.75 $3.50.$3.25 3.75 3.50 3.25 «.jj «miAt 6.00 575 y t * * * KNOW HUSBANDS APE THINKING OF THEM VWILE AT THE OFFICE WITH A UttLE CALL JUST TO T6U HER T CAtrr TALk VOU NOW. OA6WOOO-- THE RADIO Now Booking Orders TOM KINSER COKCRS PtDIGRCtO SEED . Radio-Screen Star Answer to Previous Puizlel your one mistake arid assume the reiipomilblllty of brlnt'.ing up your son needs ri more than ample supply of charity, kindness, generosity' arul consideration. There is no reason why you sho-, uld announce to every man who 1 takes you out that you -have n lillcl, but cortnlnly, If you see lljns of approaching seriousness the intentions of one of them, he must bo told. This will not be an easy task for yuu, since it will nean no more dates from almost all men. However, you cart always tope, nncl pray for the one man who will make allowances for human frailty. Don't wait until mutual iiffcttlnn* become too strong, At 20 you have many years ahead Tor romance nnd marriage. It will bo much better If you devote the next few years to caring for, bringing- up, your baby. You will find much Joy in this work. Since it WH.I your own decision to keep the, baby, ho deserves, nnd is entitled tg every bit of personal care youj can give him. Don't compound a 11} error by neglecting him. He is yours .first obligation. For the time bu-i ing, itt least, outside pleasures are dccldely secondary. You must be> dial, and always, a good mother to youc son. Dour Miss Dix: I am tho type of person who cnnnot rest until tho job at linnd is done. My husbimd Is just ilw opposite. He puts every task off until tho lust possible mo- ivu-nt. even whan time is an im* portant factor, Ho isn't luzy, just notSllRent This has been u causu of constant qunrrellnn between ua during our six years of marriage. What can be done to briri|f« tho- Candidates File Expense List- MTTLE ROCK (in—More lists of cnmpalcn expenditures of success ful and unsuccessful candidates for offices In Arkansas during the primary election wore filed with Secretary of State C. G. Hall to day. U. S. Congressman W. F. Nor•ell, Monlicello, was unopposed, listed his expenses as $750 ballot fee The successful candidate for Democratic National Committee woman, Mrs. Jock Carnes, spent $25 for filing fee. Five Prosecuting attorney -candidates listing expenses were; Ed ward Gordon, Mprrilton, 5th Dis triet, $330; Carmack Sullivan, Hardy, 10th District, $1(55; Jack Vates. Ozark, 10th District. $400; Pat H. Mullis, Pine Bluff, llth Dis trlct, $485; Bruce B«nnett, El Do ludu, 13th District, $2,895. State senator candidates listed were: Floyd Bryan, Stephens, 12th Dis tvtct, $215.50; W, E. Fletcher, Scott, 22nd District, $770; De Witt Poe, McGuhce, 21st District, $160; Fred H. Stafford, Marked Tree, 24th District, $377.88; William H. imp bcUeun us'? EVELYN Answw: The trouble isn't a simple aiuUei- of bi'lctKinjf a tiup, it lc ydjustimj two entirely opposed natures, To create miy sort of numy from this most dUvordanl situation, obviously someone mus! compromise. \t you haven't chung- IK) your husband In six years, tho outlook for reformation looks rath- cr grim. While pursuing your own com- nu-ndnbly nfflelent system of «et ting things done, can't you learn to put up with his procrastination? Jf K-t his tasks go until he's it'udy to do them, ho may get cau ifhl in enough uncomfortable sit notions so that he, too, will n»al iic Uio uucessit^ 1 of promptness. Po«'t nag — for Uiat U the basis of quarreling ant} can ultimately lead u> a broken marriage. Dear Miss Dix: Would you consld er it for a yau»>g, girl to entertain her boy frieitd ovct u(Kl»t WWl»> her mallmr and aro out of town tor week end, leaving Upr alwie with htm Jn the apai-tment? NBIGHB08 Answer: Emphatically, posttvo* ly and {lUsolutely no! Such a pro- will earn teat U»e yuung tody a most u»>et\vlable reputation. by The Bell Syndicate, Or, Cqldwtllto AddreH Formort wtrue ROCII, i* - or, rytev C^WiWttU, pnisidttnt of Uoiverslty at Arkansas, wUJ W» WWi Aftc<v»itttiftM »d» to Wyatt, 24th District, $355; Law fence Blnckwell, Pine Bluff, 23th District. $310. , Production of Oil Advances Some TULSA, Oklo. The United States' daily average crude oil anc coiuiensate production advanced 15,300 barrels during the week ended Aug, 23, the Oil nnd Gas Jour nal reported Tuesday. The total dally average, the Jour nal said, was 6,285.925 barrels. bringing the year's total to 1,442, 153.900 barrels, an increase ol 8,909,150 over the same period for last yoar, Kansas and Michigan accounted for the bulk of last week's net, gain, Uje former increasing 0.850 barrels to 331,700 and the latter adding 0,400 to 43.300. Arkansas and Illinois were the major losers, the former skidding ,3,550 barrels to 79,800 and the later 1.400 to 105,300. f ordoned Sfoytr Sttks LITTLE R(Xa|?, I* — Joel Car» son, pardoned slayer who w»s r»- to prison this spring. Ibe Arkansas Supreme Court to examine a denial of wrU of on s«utence. la Cowrt. was pairoled b* Ctov. Me r#lwru*4 to prison on Kur ***** «o4 CV- ch»rg*s- on s«ntences for t rob- HOPE DRIVE-IN THEATRE 8. Miln A Country Club rd. Tueidoy t Wednesday "KENTUCKY" Technicolor Starring LOR ETTA YOUNG RICHARD GREENE DRIVE SAFELY: Take it easy. Go slow at crossings. Pass only when you can see what's ahead. Pamper the throttle, don't abuse it. Read and heed all traffic signs. Help save some of the 37,500 and more li^es that otherwise will be lost this year . . . through motorists' negligence or carelessness. It's a terrific toll — and one that you, when at the wheel, can help lessen. By dedicating yourself to safe driving, by observing caution every mile of the way whether in town or on the highway, you'll be doing your part to help save other people's lives — and your own! Always remember: The wheel of your car is a wheel of chance. Handle it with care. ARE YOU PROTECTED? SEE ROY ANDERSON & CO. —- INSURANCE — 21 OS. Main Box 405 Hope, Arkansas (Consult your Insurance Agent as you would your Doctor or Lawyer) Safety First Adv. Paid for by Roy Anderson. I HORIZONTAL | 1,4 Actress of i screen and | radio" < 9 hoquoiiin ' Indian i 10 Commands i 12 Laths 13 Issue In rays ' 15 Ecclesiastic ; vc-slmcnt .' 1C Petty quarrel 18 You cnn • her In the .« J movies **$& !19 Check ' * ir- , „,, , VlComiwss point ; £.£. l\Mlg • }23 Receipts i«3 Birds |2fi Blemish J27MoiiRri'l ! 28 Reply (ab.) ;28 Nntive metal 30 Slip 24 Louse egg > Promontory §j Marsh Make a speech Chances Biblical name Expunger Girl's name ,: Meat cut ^& Hindu |K. garment W Lampreys 'W Equals 'f Wanderers Father or mother Horse's neck hai'rs 25 Entice "". 36 Soaks flax j 27 Struggled .\ 38 Javanese «j 30 Rail bird * \ communilj';S 31 Laymen 41 Lions ~i 32 More angered 42 Incrustations | 33 Evening ~ on sores j 34 Meal ,.-& ,45 Rou(o (ab.) ! 35 Puff up " ' 47 Winglikc part 33 Sciuaiulercr 37 Uoat paddles 38 Ascribable i 39 Baked clay J40 Narrow inlet I 41 Loans 43 Burmese wood sprite 44 She is a capable r 46 Bevels 48 Bristly 49 Toward the sheltered side 50 Peiehed anew 51 Melal rod VERTICAL 23 10 SM 48 si Vote-Getters for Back-tO'School 1 Pertaining to a .Arabia - — _ J&£. CARNIVAL 33 I'/ •v Dick TM * f Quaint Fashions " *f ' V' • „. , v -i!K-- . featured editorially Good Housekeeping, August Old fashioned charm with up-to-the-minute chic, that's Kate Greenaway's new approach to school. Choose the "Ouimpe Dress" in corded chambray, the "Gibson Girl" or "The Yoke" in vVrinkl-Shed gingham, all famed Dan River fabrics. And made especially with these exclusive Kate Greenawoy features: the pocket that's always there hidden in the right hand side seam, the size label which indicates height and weight measurements for perfect size selection, guaranteed, of course, to wash, wear and fit well. In sizes 3-6x. •""" " (0 f (/^ . wj^^^p^^^^ w^ii^* W.^HH^ ^jj^^E&E^Nt^tm ^^** • ' ^IM .^^tmf^ Hnii*i FtaMl OMMtaMrt Mm ^9P"*li9 T. M. B»j. U. 8. P«l. Off. ^- _ _ , iir. 195J I-, NEA S»r,ic», lit. B "Z b * "Let's SIDE GLANCES the town whittl" •y Golbrallh •a tp Hit d»n«« iii i Iwndw truc*i» bid tnm^i. * M£ ^M^^m OUT OUR WAY By J. R. ^ te^w yy^yh -"Wi^ I'M TELLIW MX) RU3HT \ <m '<«*•>, NOW VDU'UL LAST ABOUT ) ^ U*. OWE BATTER.' THEY <3>OT RULES IM BASEBALL. AMP . . UNLESS THE UMPIRE IS / * ??\ BLISJR HE'S COMMA TOSS M3LI OUTATHE OAME- FORTHROWIM' = AMD LIP «»,. w, »', VIC FUN I JOB ATWi.BTS,BH? V SWOW MSU A to *S T. m. Hi •(. 0. 9 P«l, OH, WASH TUBES OUR BOARDING HOUSE Major Hoopl* •E6AD,MEM.' I voiRe MftRTKft HER VOIM- — |N\6TEAT>, YOO CKAPSl T HASIJENW CA5KBD A TICKET 6INC& 0ATTLE-AX VJOM LAST VOEeK/ I'AA 6O|MS HOME- I'M 6TILL A FEW CHtPS AHEAD OF THE- RE WARD ING HER FACE LIGHT DOM'T VACATIONS TARRY OR FALL LONG 6MOU6H I AMOMG THIEVES TO HEAL TH& A »/= YOU • VALO& VOOR 60MES 6IGMASCOWPIWEO Y JAW, THIS IS THE LAST STRAWJ BILLY TO TH£ YARD ( I CAN'T MNP BIUYANyWHERE. FOR A WBBK.EASy. V ANP ' I DO HOPE HE'S OH HIS GOOD BEHAV/OR WHIlE >OU'(?E HERB] AND 1 All. . L 3oiNrBACKL SJUST 1 J^ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES •y HT > TEy-p^fi Ni. !I/JW oUGS BUNNY i[J FUNNY BUSINESS By H«nhlt«rc«r PON'T LEAVE THAT STUFF PILEP IN THE SLITTER / PICK IT UP UUSSIN' TMl* STUFF A«OU T'TH'A.LliH-y NOTONUV PH- GRA.PIN' 626 ' MEN AT ALLEY OOP By^Y.T. @O YOU SOT A PROBLEM- FOR ME, EH? BV SOSH,/ ooc, i ALREKOY GOT [ GENIE A PROBLEM, ME AN ~ , TH' GENIE HERE! VST .. ...^ "I haven't niissed the 8:15 once since installing thl» n«W j ..^*j*asafiSBate«t«i- gimmick!? _____ ...... .IZlZ.-Ii™"". ...... i EP/ MAvSIC CARPET A,LL.,.ONUY NOW HE HA6NT SOT HIS CARPET AN' THAT'S OUR PROBLEM.., WHAT'© YOURS? ....«,MUO , VOUR fllXY'OtP INTO TOE SQTH CENTURY AND IT.. IU6/, Yee,, ( wMi>ByM THEY'RgPr- [Ml ) C&ERP&W •f^iurf' r^j' iA" i'i •o \j-/.L^.:f • CHRIS WELKIN, Ploneteer ly Mlch«.l Q'Mollty FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By SMITH ON THE THE iOOr7~~iAR& , < THE BANK WISHES Tb\TWAN< SHOW 05 GRATITUDE FOR WHAT10U HAVE- PONE RECCNTW/ LOOK/ YW MAY &£ CUC THAN X, ANOTHER. PLANET-' PUT Wfi'/SB BOTH WOMEN. $ HENRY r.jj-rj PO WITH •." •: 'S*?*«fcM;$ 9 ARTIST ,fl » tW * 1 ,.qw<!' f Ife^: .x>«

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