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ft AH; II 9.00 8,80 1,00 IM 4.00 4.M 1,00 sue* « hou**» riumtwi muni ot ana &taf will wrt M ntpvh* *M uljMt A»id IMlAM . _, _ m WWII Wt vnww MINK) te mtf otiwiiton • irtlon of od OM tha ONI .„,„. btdroom fc«th. Within i^fctoefc Howl. 4 ROOM vnto b«th. Nit. MM, Mm, . *» ft noOM houM on P«tfc Drive, 7-8748, C»W HOOM furnlihed apsrinwni with tonth. 31ft W, 8. *** Ve»m« Ooii, »nd'» Hftmburi* BUnd,UWt ForSoU AT renienobl* pflcen. R««Ut«red Meroford BtilU, W M» 'f mohthn old. Now IdcKlon 4 mllti north on ProvJnrf QttoifiA Roatt. A. W Bloriath, rtoto™ 9 ** PEA^«riivei7"ciay"|f'»v«l, iimd, top noil, and fill dirt. Call Jc«»« Rtn Phonu 7-8S9II. Wanhlncton Kl. UuU Detroit at 7.1 72 72 71 57 40 Pet ,590 .m .520 .520 .514! .ftll ,41(1 .334 Bobcats Preparing for Opener Frida Team Looking NATIONAL LEAGUE W « Pet Brooklyn M SO .832 N«w York 82 54 .003 , Lnwls 80 57 .584 Philadelphia 74 03 .540 Chicago OH 71 .4»» Cincinnati 01 77 .442 Boston 00 77 .43(1 Pittsburgh 39 101 -270 SOUTHERN AOAOCIATION Wwn* 7-3431 > block* ot beat .homes.'In town, IMQ, Term*. HO per month. T. N. Delaw, 7-8043, 4«« ..... . _: _ ' : '-' '-•-- CJRA8B h»y/ S«B Cril Stuart,' flt, 4, Hopfl, Plion« W»»l »•«» ' IPE STAR «> '*•<"»"> «'«» •"•"«' fnt OHIrt •» H*M, Artuiiiwi, >ti« Att »t M«»h I, 3 BIRD dog pu()pl*», 1 Cwll or nee Thurmnn 7-3BS1 or Hldllng. J0-3t Rtol Estott for Sole bath, «nrnae, Ixit 70 x 170. Thin homo Is 3 yeufs old, Gl financed, Yoi own thlil iQf : i800 ''down, -188 ptr month, II you wnfitf a now horno, tliU In U. Rotdi ((wyobld In od- In H«|» ond UP town, puplM, 7 rooms, 3 kHch on*, a httths, (Joublo gara|<>, In come IQft month, Own thin tti $5790. HOOM lights, $A(l HUH. l in H«mp»t«enl, Howard, end Miilur couiv 2,60 440 l.tO 9.35 M«l(hl , lot na x iso, Wok- Prlee $4SO, Term la month. 4 ACHES, 3 room house. City wn tor nnd HiihtM, Only $I2IU>. l.OTH of nluo lot* In HlllH ot Hop Addition. Etuy lermk. Jl. D. FRANKLIN COMPANY 100 South Main A. P. Delony, Munuger. B-St W 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 t. Pel 0 1,000 .000 .000 .000 Mobile Chntlnnoogft MemphlK Atlantn LS*t Night's Mobile 4; Atlanta 1 (II Innings) lOnly *«m'e;..M&*d!i)«<t) Tenl|ht'i Os Much Better in Scrimmage Hope'* Bobcat* hod their bent ncrlrtirriHRe of the season yester- diiy and they looked fairly good with a few rusty spoilt which only morn practice and uctuat can work nut. They open Stump* Friday night. Coach Ensntlntfer net-mod ant- l»flfd with the scrimmage In which every member of the iqund ouk pnrt. Although not us httiivy * lust yeur the Bobcats can field u teinn thut will average around 05 pounds with the line tipping n (it 108 und the buck* at 101. The ourn In more evenly .balanced him In ycum with the weight not In two or three piny- Texas May Be Little Green This Season This U another of a »erlc* dl.iruftxInR Southwest Conference football prospects.) By HAROLD V. RATUFFE early stag** of 1951. But rcgardles* of who the field jreneral may be, he will have at hlf di»po«nl «uch proven backfleln- ers a» Olb Lawson and Richard Ochoa, leading ground-gainers last season. The flfet Dawson looms as an all-America candidate, while Ochoa. a 200-pounder, gives the . ground gam*' good balance with his ground Top Radio Programs! NEW YORK -<*> — Listening tonight: NBC — 7 Vaughn Monroe Music; 7:80 Great Gilderslecve; 8 Groucho Marx Quiz. CBS — 7 Hearthstone's Mystery; 7:30 Dr. Christian "The Letter I CBS — 10:30 o.m. Grand Slarh. ABC — 10:30 a.m. Brenk & Bank. . .MBS — 10:30 a.m. Qu< 'or o Day. . .Baseball —. M Game of Day Network 12:53 P adclphiajat Cleveland. AUSTIN, Tex. 1*1 — Don't be! conspicuous by Its absence. , rurpilHcd if the boys iii the Orange) Andrews should solve this prob wllh end White of the University of ~ A .r,o«>rf Part;" 8 Lineup Drama, ^"as covered' lot, of ground ABC - 7 Postmark 'USA,' Quit; with the splft-T in 1951. Price's 7:30 Valentino's Song; 8 Me. Pre* ^n^Ko^S" 52* "a", Ul MBS Dr -! m 7 a Music for Half-Hour; Chnttnnoo«n COTTON LEAGUE Meridian Nntchox '"Meridian noven 4 3 PC .571 .420 Meridian 0; wlnn bent lour-out-of Rt«ulU NotchM Red ! Texas look n little xrecn In sports this fall. For Coach Ed Price nnd his 1052 Lnnghorns will tackle the most nmbllious schedule in Texas' Wl-year football history this season. Arid they will be undertaking the assignment with the most Inexperienced squad In recent years. Price hus 10 li'ttcrmen available thin season, but almost half of thorn bvcragcd less than eight i minute!) per game In 1951. Most There hnsn't been n standout of the "veterans" picked up for ilnyer so far but the coaches have uipen of bnckfleld men after a couple of games. Jim Yocom, weighing 1(15. will probably get the call' to start ut left und but he Is .being- sorely by Jesse DUke who weighs 152 pounds. At right end IU a tossup between Hobby Bruce, 170, and Jurry Jones, 155. At inckles Kilts Itothwoll, 100, the cull on the left side and Joluiny Tubor, 175, will probably titurt ut right tackle. Both arc pressed by Hichard Hunt 177 and Nile* Hipp, 101. more splinters thun playing experience lost full. More than half of the Texas squad Is composed of sophomores and transfers, and virtually?half of the probably starters In .Price's two-platoon plan will bu ^seeing their first varsity coTnpellllon/when the Longharns open the carrrpulgr wltli Louisiana State In Biiton Rcuge Sept. 20. And the Steers will still be wet behind the ears when they trnvel to Chapel Hill for a Sept. 27 en- gogcment with North Carolina, After that, they return to Austin to lh« . fttu l lh« uw to* th* kK«t n»*» 01 VNII « *nllilMl In thti i 'x ' i Instructions H'ft-40 cotton poison, 910 per hundred. Uous* for rent, five rooms, l)«th, 10IH W»st ^ourllt, -< 8-3t JForlrif rt* or Sale MY HOfcti » 818 McHoe " Street, Hope, ett, Ai'konia». Mr». Arn 10-31 MOSCOW (*(.•— The Soviet Arm; ncwipnpcr Rod Stnr cullod on Hu flan troopn « today to «unrd «t«t nnd .military «corcu from the cy of "imperialist" nplos. "Th* «nomy U clcrvor, »ly nn (»x|>pi'l« | ricp<l In clocolt," Hot) Sta tfitulained. -"U«lntt nil torts "' ''Is- gtviito*, Mont* of foi-cltin Intt'ill- dfncp ni'rvtet'it flrdt of oil strlvo to i;H Irifoi-iniitlon comu'i'tilnn <li«fcr\H«' of our Hornolond nnd tin' stntc of the arinod (orci's of tho U.S.S.lt," They Were Ready to Come Home The three soldiers had or- In "their' pockets rotntlnf! thorn homo \a the U. 9. They were isolated by n rnsintf, typhoon- whipped'river 30 yards wide nnd 3S feet deep. IVWalt until the wonlhor elenrod rnciinl poslpotilnji the trip home. Sgt, Oger • DUtmer, Gary. Ind.: S|j(, M«x Becmon, Troy, N. Y., oiul Sfc. Leonard Balard. Sacramento, Cullf., plunged In and sworn across. Htlp Wtmtfd pontUoni uvullublu for » hnrd worklitu colorcil buy». Apply Southwest PttrU Ri'bulHlci'K, Southwest Provlii« Ground, 10-at $100 ,w more por month cnvoloDcs in uparo , Bond $1 for Uoii and Instructlwu. mid Company. Box 81, , ArUnuUm 74, Owarantoo. Wonted MAN to train In «a)o* and service work. Salary to start, Cur lurnUhod, Ages 21i48. Soiling «x porlonct» not noc«H»ary, but Help lul. Apply in p«r»oh to Mr, Robort WulHcr, Manager, Singer Suwlhg Muchlno Co,, Hope Ar' 10-31 Film Producer to Be Releosed Soon LOS ANGELES W — Kllm Pro ducer Walter Wunger will be frce< from Jwll Snturdny after serving three .months and nine days foi shooting nnd wounding Jennlng Lang, Agent ot Wnnger's wife, At speculating Joan Bennett. Hollywood is still Co-Citptuln Tommy Doylw at 102 will hold down right guard ami Jack Jones at 10S, has sewed up the loft guard spot. Darrell Mease r 177. and Itulph Wigging, 102, will see loU of action. John Keck nt 150 und Joe Willis lit 150 will tlikc over the center Spot. The couches hovo six rnen lend- In)) the field fur the tiuckfk'kl, (Jo-Cnpiuin Clyde Arnold,J, 102, nt tullliuek, Keiuvulh Stone, IU5, nnil ituyinond Churchwell 158, Ut the hulfinick .spots mul Tom Kd Hayes 1UO ut tiuurturbuck will probably gel starting posts. However, the nentors ure ImpresHcd with the work of Sonny Griffin, H5, unit Deo Coffee, 150. Counted on for stellar .reserve work und capable of curbing atari Ing berths tire tnckliis Mill Guntry, 152, Bernard Uuitn, 1&7, Jnm- OB Cornelius, 200, und B^nJIc 0- wen nt IBS. -, 1 , Ends: Mnrshall Uowo IgJ. Bud dy Moslt-y, 153, Hiohu 157 und Put Mosley at Guards: Tom Beck. L-uuturbnek, 151, Burhoy 'Treece 155 nnd Put Mosley nl 145.', Centers: Jim Wilson. 154, und Jack Keck, ut 135. Quarterbacks: J. B. Ellen, nt 100, Billy Hussetl ut 135.. Bucks: John Gilbert, 141, Charles AtMrson 130, Billy Blake, 135. Joel Osburn, 130, Wayne Johnson, MO, Jumes Custon,, 142, Paul Uud- dleslon, 137. nnd Terrell Sparks ttl 153. I prepare for their home opener lem, however. He gave u brlllianl performance In the final spring trulning game, completing 10 pas-J ses of 13 for 134 yeards and two! touchdowns. And Andrews Is bles-| scd wilh good targets In Ends Tom Stolhandske, Ollmer Spring, Call-, Ion Mnssey and Dawson. | Up fronl, the line boasls six ofi last year's offensive starters, led by Guard Harley Sewell and Stol- handske, a pair of slrong All-Am tries conlenders. The only spots in the attacking platoon slated for .sophomores are Itll lackle, rlghl guard and right halfback. !.-.•• Tops among the crop of promising young tackles Is Buck Lansford younger. brother of Jim, Texas' slar of !the past two seasons. Smooth-running Billy Qulnn appears a. shade ahead of letterman Jlmmye Dan.P.oce In the race to succeed Don Barton at right half. And many observers already are pointing to Guard Don Miller ns Ihe Longhorns' next great lineman. Other probably offensive starters will be Bill McDonald at center, and Charles Genlhner at right last 8:30 Great Day Quiz; 9:05 Salute •JY Nation; 9:30 Family Theater "Lending Lady." , .. . Thrsday programs: NBC — 10:30 a.m. Bob nnd Ray Oct. 4 with collegiate football's most consistent winner — Notro Dnme. Noxl comes thu Oct. 11 meeting with ominous Oklahoma in the Cot- Ion Bowl and then six ever-rugged Soulhwest Conference g ames, which probably will be even tougher th.'ir, usual. "We have a small nucleus of nctslanding juniors nnd seniors,' comments Price, "but we are depending heavily on untested sopho mores. We've got quite n number Something New . , . Non Cancellable HOSPITAL INSURANCE 48 year old company. Good In hospitals anywhere M. S. BATES 8. Elm Street Phone 7-4464 One estimate of the populat of North America before Colum* Is 8,400,000 people. Attention Loditft It Is time to 0«t ftut those Clothes and bring your a I lions to . RUTH'S SHOP Per quick guaranteed NOTICE KIDS Free Airplane rldts vvlti eaoh 12 bottles o? 81 Ml JEWELRY CLEANER! turned In st STUEAR| GROCERY CO. Ask neighbors for ties. W a reconciliation. He has said he is hopeful, but M(ss Bennett, now np- in a piny at Sun- -Fronds whether Wnngor'a treodom me«n« co, hn» boon noncommittal. of young boys — and they're riot without ability — but they will have to learn in n hurry to ploy ns sophomores in this ruggecl cqn- fercnee.' They'll cut their teeth -on teams like, LSU. NortH'Cnro- linn, Notre Dame nnd Oklahoma." The Longhorn splil-T atlnck is expected to move farther nnd faster this year, for Price still has most of the offensive punch of a pood 1951 team. But Ihe defensive tiees who contributed greatly to last year's success have depdrted nnd their shoes must bo filled by newcomers. Greenhorns will man the posts handled so expertly n year ago by Bobby Dillon the All-American safe ty mnn; Don Menasco and June Davi», lincbucking heroes for three seasons, and Don Cunningham, busiest of till secondary defenders last full. Seasoned players will be cast in most of the key offensive roles but the quarterback's job likely will so to another tenderfoot — John (Bunny) Andrews, n junior .squndnuin who saw only 12. mln ules of action last season. Andrew- will be pushed, however, by T Jones, u two-year letterman directed the Texas attack In the tackle, seniors who lettered yt-ar for the first time. Sewull, Spring, Miller and possi bly Stolhandske appear headed for double duty, although Price plans to utilize two plantoons as much as possible. The only defensive regulars returning to the same old stands are Sewell, rugged middle man in the five-man line; Line backer Jack Barton and End Bill Georges. Sophomores such as Guard Bob Flinn, End Howard Moon, Halfback Paul Parkinson, Linebackei Jim Kosser, and Back Ed Kelley are strong candidates for vacatec positions ori the defensive plantoon So are lettermen Hub Ingrahan ;md Stan Studer, and- Massey, th< •ery talented wingman who letter eel twice at Southwestern. Pi EASE, Ml STEP DRIVER 'OBEY J/MNM& OUR c SCHOOL PbLlCEAAAW, i Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Los Angeles — Al Cruz, 12i>, Los Angeles, outpointed Chico Rosa, 125, llonoluly 12. Newark, N. J. — Tonny Riccio, 144, Bayonne, N. J., outpointed leroy Tate, 138, Barbadoes, British West Indies 8. Miami Beach, Fla. — Baby Vasquez, 137Vi. Mexico City, outpoint- ed Don Bowman, 132 1 /;!, Cllffside ark. N. J. 10. Stockton, Calif. — Cliff Schellin, 154',i, Stockton, Calif., pout- pointed Earl Turner, 158, Rich mond, Calif. 10. • •* BQfH TO KEEP SAFE/ -&;~~ /O C/ii/drerTaren't a/ways careful..; but you can be! Drive Carefully! €sso ESSO STANDARD OIL COMPANY com. itn. o«« i dlihwa»her». Apply Mann- C«fo. A-SO-U WRnted. Top \vaifu8. surrounding*. Trans- furnished lo and from "- 1 •'"-'- Ilo»lttUV»lU S-ttt »U1\, room tn private not too, Mrs, Hope, Ar- to Buy bluld- intf, thorowlhly " twulpued for two ptiV,a)|% ijuirtfl^tnU, upstairs and duwnlUlrn. OoUwe guruge, ISO x 150 lot. Lo'oated close In, Kvvcr uivy' .vucnhclvm, BUI S. Elm. ' » FIVE room brick v*n««i\ Large und »puclou». Pltnty clo»eU and butU»in«. Attic («n, Venetian bllnUi. carport, M -Jf ISO lot. The Ml ot loc»tloj>i to Mttitt "« * 8 ' tutc. Will gull at U»r«uln, 100 S. M»lu Street, \ TliRKfi Bedroom ho\««, AD l»r»« i-oonu, Cm-port «nU g*r»|e, Nice »hftd» trees, i*av4d ktr««t. 05 * 190 lot. Owner moving, to ttrtu WtU toll at Urgttln, 513 8. Wul- nut. At 1QU West 4th S.tre«t—Wo hftve ,* rtfl good buy, 9 room home. P»v*mimt, «ood loc»tion. 90 x W l»t. Can be bou«ht (or WT50. S a rett deit. 9 room fullt le»s MWtt « jftittr. W »r«una. All city conveu- 1, Suvok* bimtie'i Utu) teu> tow wrool, Qtmtr lt«vin« tjocBi«4 ]usl outsltt* city 4tt*t olt W. AVI. B CHAV^PIOR 8 EtJPANOR told him of Eve » UfrTtt WifNvom*. -Jeremy sat the took h« ha.d when a> rt list** lymptoius tor him. pips WM out, H* did* not re_, „ ; it her so." "I WM on tha ver«e ot ft K>'K>kcl«w)t. P « r h> P s I KIMA fivtt to * psy* _l^t know. Consult- on child M commonpUo* M Kv« WM angry tth« wun't (olnx sjiy ionxer* She to f«t *v«n. I haven't forfotten her fact wh«n ih* tn»t,..i , J«rtn>y, why com* i, ^ > » —t dont tot's **t utter yw sent her , , To the Children's AJd, After that, 1 don't Know. J'y« n«vcr known. 1 never saw hsr afain \tfl~ til tht« evening." : . ; H« halted by h«r chatr. '.'It's hardly fair to hold th< past s her, is U? A sword oyer headT" "Not," Eleanor conceded In fajlr- ness, "it she has changed, Jeremy. I'm afraid sh« hasnV 1 "I^l'a giv« h«r a ohmc*. ahall waT" ' Bhe heniUtod. U she saJ(J no Jeremy would think her unjust Was she? Perhaps she h»d I* 1 this thing grow out of control. All *ht had to go on, really, w*s what a)M knew of the child Eve. The rest was conjecture. Or Instinct T Still, in fairness, ah* would wait suggested,-: it," •Jance said "iaeanor~«ald flatly, "You can't ga The wedding is less than; two ' on ft till proiwrttflia Have IT yrow-n out word haven't forgotUn." took her coffee to the wlndftw.and atood looking out. 'liately, J*|r«my haa" ' ' : ' •' '• • e, you aon't b*Uev» tji»t.« Dismayingly, she heard her own fears In her voice. , Nance turned. "You naU b«»tv« }t, too, dont you?" •*-.•' • "No, I don't." Glaanor said, and addatf pw»aoxlcal»y. "Anyway, 1* dont ttotok you should nw away. •Tin not running away." ••Does Jeremy know?" •*Ygg ** -Awi h« U totttng you go?", -He didn't try to •*>* »<£, . "It's Ev*-" Eleanor foMcd tow napkin into a wuare, * trlanf ». lBn Nano« aald nothing. »» Get a HEAD START lor a well-dressed Fall s RESISTOL "SELF-CONFORMING" Kb ottv«r tat cin give «uch instant conifort «• a amtrt Resistol. The M on the "inside"... the p«ftki for itself. Ifs most comfortable hat "Vary well," ah* agreed reluc tantly. "Dc*s Nance know about W*, Mother?" "No." Td rather not tell her Just y«t you don't mind." M*rtmy." Eleanor said grat«ly, •aon^ hurt Wane*. I rather tWnk i ^wwruwjn «" ZZTZr. f • toow what I mean." I»M»» could you atop her? Their eyes met Jerwy **PACE.SETTER" •10 firmly. 1 wont h»v« htr co«» ta»- Td ftnd a way "Dear mother i» w»» with 3 te 4 worn tr»mi> KUK w*. Only whaj *»od wittll to yd! Ww ft «t»f" ' ** 181 t* work it out my owsuay to gating iuy««M Oneipsctedly ttOt«»U*..'T*»i toes aMM t» «• th* *«f• tuasd* <*o. D ** r ' **" TH« tor ta tnt MCluslvt c«M«n*»- tfen «f tt* MQ WHW HAT ¥Ai ITI -r v, iun^ t«*«**»? *>f- ?*> ^^^aStSBJ Other Resistol Hats . 7.50 and 12,50 HERBERT BURNS m.-**** . Bffi.^'J >\« r fct^t, WeJnei^y, frcp^mbcr 10,1951 •LONOII YOuf? tpousefcs APE REACT/ Worming Up ItORIZONfAL 3Poker»taKc 1 Warmth « 'Condition* 5 This warms up f w«jrlsh«l fo U8ln , lljidy 16 whispers 20 Old Greek I colony /tv»» i HFoUower 15 One leg on each side . 17 Meadow 18 Considers; ; 19 Weirdest 5TPn^ -t, lr ,' ?4Small devils ,35 Additions to SOBeloved 94 w i * A P : ' ?5 Ch ^ st rattle a bill 51 Smile broadly 24 War god ^26 Accounts'of 40 tteep dislike 52 Vftrb suffix 20Eas{ S Indian.^ ° dd lncidehts «Intervening 55 Worm : palm - ' 32 Shelf oyer I fireplace 34 Tests 36 Gratify 37 Climbing i - plants (var.) 38 Denomination 39 Food fish 41 Posed 42 Barrier 44 Bewildered 46 Neediest . 49 Raised strip 53 Insect 54 Those who : emphasize 56 Regret 57 Negative votes 58 Not clerical 5B .Donkey CO U. S. engineer til Sea eagle . VERTICAL ' 1 Leader HOPE JtA-tf, ARKANSAS •y Chick Y«ini| OIARK IKI THANK VOU. 1 (THANK VOU. ISN'T MAMA SWEET? J^J SHE DgAR, POR ^ /^ DEAR POP? *^f>**^^*«*. •**•> 11. «>*<*•... ..« • tSM PRESSING ) >. LETTING WE T M v—< / C PRESS THEM ttttftgftg PRESS My TROUSERS By Mlchaol O'MalUy OUT OUR WAY •v J. ft. William* f OUR PENCE .i t3O6 HAS WeLL,SCHJ t-ON'T SET AMVOU1CK RACK. I CANT Antwtr to Prtvlous f&ixtt MIANSVHILB, 6ROWt AM? MU6HV MiAtfe *£» A i*A . BUILT AROUND \ /SET IT BACK IT--CUZYOU \ AM HOUR KMOW Jl«, OME ) \ AT LEAST.' THIRSTY COW < V WILL TAKE A • \ WEEKS OROWTH OUT OF IT/ | BUILPIM' A SWIMMIM 1 HOLE IM THESE CRICKS. 28 Book of maps 45 Corridor 30 Entreaty 48 Brazilian 31 Assistant > seaport 47 Burden 22 High \vinds 33 Mongol . 48 Greek portico WASH TUBBS MORKJIMS, BILL. WOWDER IF VOU KMEW THIS Y WHO? BOV WHO WAS KILLED BREKKIMQ IM A ' SEE TMW .. ••. f-'j-- P '"'•-V- v - v, 'S V " tP'f'!&Kl !j *'!£*** t^^f'S 't%-''^aJc * BORM •&%$% OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hooplo »'J^ R -rf R ^ 1DeMT ' 6EB VU'Ee 6ACK HOM& -AX'5 6C(MtlLt.Atlr4© TRIUMPH 6HOUL TH£ C - HAVE SOT AROUNJO ^ n NAG CROMPL& LIKE A ) .( to VOUR COSWleBBV CAMP VOO POT A SADDLE-) FOR(3OT^ALLVt?U IT? —MAVSe T'LL /( P6ROSE IM TKB ' PAPERS rr ARRESTS BOuFS AND HER BUDDIES --DAY IMA 2 Essential being CARNIVAL By Dick Turner BUGS BUNNY I'M ON MY WAV TO PURSUE TH' ELUSIVE _ BUTTERFLY, PUT KK&7 V THKT'<&,WHAT ,T v-f VOO / 1 V THINK/ FUNNY BUSINESS By Harthberger ALLEY OOP 18£TOHA"2EEK" ^\IF IT 16. HANG ONTO VOUR MAGIC WCfcD} HAT, BECAUSE I'M (JOINS •THATCONTROLG TH7 TO SEE HOW FAST. IT I FUfiHT OF THI& yCAN SET US BACK, TO DR.WONMUG'S- LABORATORY.' J 'Thi$ wa» am insid« job, officer! You understand? 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