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Monday, November 8, 1943 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS S f I I ¥> octal ana 11 Page Thre« Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. Tuesci-ay, November 9 The Hope Iris Garden Club will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 in the homo of Mrs. Owen Nix 512 South Bonner, with Mrs. Lahroy Spates co-hostess. Mrs. Paul Haley Will be in charge of Hit: program. Tuesday, November 9 The Ladies' Auxiliary of Unity Missionary Baptist church will ft mcet Tuesday at 2 p.m. Mrs. J. m B. Gordan is president. Tuesday, November 9 The Winsome .Sunday School class of First Baptist Church will have its regular monthly meeting lucsday night at 7 o'clock at the church. Mrs. Paul Powers, Mrs Jack Fielding, Mrs. A. JJ. Malonc and Mrs. Jack Fountain will be hostesses. The Oglosby P.T.A. discussion group will meet Tuesday at 2-30 iftin the home of Mrs. Jim McKuiv/i-D. Wednesday, November 10 The D.A.B. luncheon will be he'd at the Barlow Hotel Wednesday November ]p at 12:30. Hostesses lor the meeting will be Mrs. R M Briant, Mrs. O. A. Graves, Mrs. Ralph Burton of Lcwisvillv M.s Dick Watkins will be in charge of the program. All members arc urged to bring your contribution of old clothing or money for the yearly project. *' Paisley P.T.A. will meet Wednesday afternoon, November 10 at 3:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. The Executive Board will meet at 3 o'clock. Latina-Taylor Wedding Announced Mrs. Nan Robison Latina of Texarkana and Charles Edwin Taylor of this city were married Saturday evening, November G in '.he home of the officiating minister tlv Reverend R. H. Cannon in Texar- »;ana. The impressive .single ring ceremony was used. Mrs. Taylor chose a black and grey dressmaker suit with matching accessories and a shoulder corsage of orchid chrysanthemums. The couple will make their home at 222 East Avenue B here where the groom is employed. Mrs. Taylor is a former resident of, this city. Nursery Class of Methodist Church Entertained at Party Mrs. Roycc Weisenberger Mrs Joe Jones and Mrs. Syvcile Burke entertained the two-year-old Nursery Class of the First Methodist Uiurch with a birthday parly han- onng Al Wcisenbcrge'r, Cookie Jones and Jimmy Burke on their second birthday. Saturday afternoon from 4 to 5:30. Games were Played and after the opening of "ic gins, a group picture was taken. Ice cream and individual cakes were served to the following .little guests: Jackylyn Pritchett, Mary and Betty Young, Donna Taylor, Phala Brown, Becky Anthony. I' ranees Weisenberger, Cookie Jones, Billy Blythe, Joe Purvis, Bobby Greenbcrg. Johnny and Buddy Anthony, Al Weisenberger, Jimmy Burke and Phil McLarty. Those assisting the hostesses in caring for the little guests were: Mrs. Jack Prilchott. Mrs. Earl Young, Mrs. Orvil Taylor, Mrs. Frank Shiver, Mrs. Graydon Anthony, Mrs. Virginia Blythe, Mrs. lorn Purvis, Mrs. Oscar Grecn'- berg, and Mrs. James McLarty. Miss Frances Russeil Queen of Carnival in Eagletown, Oklahoma Miss Frances Russell, daug'nor ol Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hussell and granddaughter of Mr. and Mr". U. A. Russell of this city was crowned queen of the annual school carnival at Eaglelown, Oklanoina on October 29. She was the freshman candidate. Her escort was Billy Willis, a classmate. Cemetery Cleaning Ml:. NcJio Cemetery will be cleaned on Wednesday, November 10. All interested persons in and around Patmos arc urged to come and help. Clubs Guernsey 4-H Guernsey 4-H Club mot November 2 at Guernsey High School The meeting was called to order by the president, - Hazcy Daughcrty and a song, "I'm Looking Over A bour Leaf Clover", was sung led by the song leader. The emblem and pledge were reviewed by all. 1 hero was no old or new business. The group meeting adjourned, and Mr. Huddleston, Assistant County Agent, took the boys and they discussed their projects for this year. Mrs. Blackvvood, Home Agent, gave a demonstration on weaving and now to make a loom. Everyone look part in the demonstration. Coming and Going Miss Wilcne Halbert. of LiUle Rock was the week-end guest of Mrs. E. F. Formby. _Willis Thrash, Roy Thrash and W. K. Lemley were among the Hope fans attending the Arkansas- Rice game in Little Rock, Saturday afternoon. caused by functional 'midiilc-agg'! Do you stiller from hot flashes, wcnk, nervous, Irritable clammy feelings — clue to the functional 'middle-age' period peculiar to women (38-52 yrs.)?ThenDotryLydlaE.Plnkhani's Vegetable Compound to relieve sucri symptoms! It aloj has what Doctors call a stomachlo tonic ellectl \IVnifl C D1MI(U?M'C VEGETflBlE' LIUlH C. rlnixriHtV) O COMPOUND —TOD AY—TU ESDAY- FEATURES 2:34—4:43 — 6:52 — 9:0! | A POWERFUL LOVE STORY/ Miss Violet Ross has returned from Galveston, Texas where siie attended the C.W.A. convention held there last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hanks and daughter. Gay of Little Rock were Friday and Friday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robertson and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E Dunn. They attended the Homecoming game here Friday night. Peace Peace Home Demonstration Club met November 2 at the home of Mrs. Joe Fincher with seven members and Mrs. Blackwood, Home Demonstration Agent present. Mrs Blackvvood gave a demonstration , on how to make a Swedish Tea Ring and a honey twist. This having a yeast base, it had to be started in order to complete the demonstration at the meeting. After the dough was left to rise, the meeting was carried on as scheduled. The song of the month was sung and the devotional was read by the hostess. Roll call was answered by each member telling what she had to be thankful for. Old and new business was discussed. Reports were made about the plaque to be made for the new Hope Missionary Baptist Church. The club will go ahead with it as planned. New officers were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Paul Day; Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. Joe Fincher; Vice-President, Mrs. Royce Collier; and Reporter, Mrs. J. R. Percell. Plans were made for the Christmas program. A Christinas tree for club members and their families will be held at the home of Mrs. J. R. Percell, Wednesday, Dec. 8. The next meeting will be Tuesday. January 4. Reports from the leaders were read and the meet- j ing adjourned. i Members were served the Swecl- I ish Tea Ring and honey twist that was prepared as the 'demonstration at the beginning of the meeting. The hostess also served a delicious cake and coffee or tea. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Watson and family of Gonzales, Texas wore week-end guests of Mrs. Watson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Westbrook. Russell Steed has returned from a trip to Lake Bistencau, Louisiana. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sharp, Jr. and Percy III of Shreveporl, spent Sunday night with Mrs. Sharp's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Hearne. Mrs. Zora Green, Hope. Mrs. Everett Helton, Fulton. Max Cox, Hope. Mrs. W. G. Allison, Hope. Mrs. Lurn Rateliff, Hope, Discharged: Mrs. Gather McQueen, Hope. Branch Admitted: Mrs. Dean Browning, Hope W. A. Williams, Collins, Miss. Discharged: Mrs. Dean Browning, Hope. Mrs. Brack Schenck, Hope Mrs. V. A..Stewart, Nacodoches, I Texas. Mrs. E. C. Hearne. Mrs. Will Hearne and Mrs. Ed King of Texarkana were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hearne. Mrs. G. E. Graham of Kalama- 7.00, Michigan, will arrive Tuesday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. G. McRae and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Loo Ray and daughter, Kay have returned from a visit in Lake Charles, La. where they visited their son Jack in McNeese Junior College. On Friday night, they motored to Monroe, La", where they witnessed the McNeese Jr. College and N. E. Center football game. They also were guests of Mr .and Mrs. Dale Askew in Franklin, La. Julia Chester Discharged: Vernon >ate, Jr., Opens Wednesday at Soenger Says: The Doctor DOROTHY DIX M.D. BY EDWIN P. JORDAN Written for NEA Service A clot carried to one of the otooci IvesseLs o! tin- luni< which slops the blood from point! through is called pulmonary embolism. .Fortunately, tins alarming condition is ran 1 , li. usually comes unexpected! / and several days or even two or '.luce weeks after an operation r, o'.u j which tin; patient seems to !>:' recovering satisfactorily. Pu:monary embolism c:m:e< Wrong Tactic Court Docket City E. J. Lambert, drunkenness, plea guilty, fined S10. Jim Logan, Paul Rhodes, Frank Keel. Arlis Knighton. Robert Henry, drunkenness, forfeited $10 cash bond each. ' Frederick Bcalcy. no driver's license, forfeited $5 cash bond. Ernest Bqlton, driving while drunk, forfeited $25 cash bond. Willie Tape, possessing untaxed intox. liquor, forfeited $50 cash bond. Jewel Mgclisett, possession of un- taxcd intox. liquor, forfeited $50 cash bond. Wilio Lee Criner, Clarence Phillips, assault and battery, forfeited $10 cash bond each. E. J. Lambert, indecent exposure, plea guilty, fined $50. Dillard McGarity, disturbing peace, forfeited $10 cash bond. State Denver A. Tiplon, overload, forfeited $25 cash bond. Calvin Koneycutt, reckless driving, forfeited v25 cash bond. Ike Coleman, selling intox. liquor, forfeited $50 cash bond. Calvin Stewart, Little Bov Williams, aggravated assault, forfeited $50 cash bond each. Jess Allen, drunkenness, guilty, fined $10. Ben Davis, Melvin Stuart, kenness, forfeited $10 cash each. Ben Hill. Leon Marshall. Harrison Phillips, Heard Hill. Frank Charles, Sarn Bishop, gamnig, forfeited $10 cash bond each. plea drun- boncl Hope. BANKER DIES Halls, Tenn., Nov. 8 — (/P) — Lonnie L. McDcarman, president of the bank of Halls and owner of large farms in west Tennessee and east Arkansas, died yesterday at his home here. At one time he was president of the Gates (Term.) Banking and Trust , Company. From Gates ho went to Luxora, Ark., 'as a bank cashier. About 15 years ago he organized the Mississippi county bank at Osceola, Ark. BY WILUAM IRISH Copyright by Williom Iriili—Diitciliuled by NEA SERVICE, INC. — TODAY e TUESDAY — FEATURES 2:00 — 3:4B —5:39—7:30—9:21 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent W. Foster. Mi-, and Mrs. Leonard Ellis, Mr. R. C. Daniels, Dr. Don Smith, Bobby Ellen, Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Cornelius, Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Wilson, Miss Mary Wilson and Mrs. Wilson's sister, Mrs. Don Ligon of Houston were among the Hope fans attending tlie Arkansas-Rice game in Little Kock Saturday. _...tjtf, Herbert Lewallen of Little Rock spent the week-end with Mrs. Lew- alien and daughter, Carolyn here. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jones are spending this week in Pine Bluff vistinig relatives and friends. Among the Hope people attending the Presbyterian Program of Progress meeting in Magnolia Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gosnell. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tar- plcy, Mr. and Mrs. J-immy Miller, Mrs. Nick Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ban- and Carolyn Burr, Mrs. J. W. Smith and "daughter, Tish. Bob and Charles Hyatt," Miss Charlotte Tarpley. Dr. and Mrs. Jim McKonziu and Janet and David McKen/.ie, Mrs. Paul Sims, Miss Kathryn Mae Simms, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Stonequist, Miss Nancy Deal. C. C. Spragins and Kcvcr- ciid Steve Cook, _ Colonel Hoy LeCraw of Atlanta, Ga. was the .speaker for the evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Pilcnck of Pueblo, Colorado are the guests of Mrs. Pilcock's sister. Mrs. H. E. Thrash, Mr. Thrash and her mother. Mrs. B. F. Butcher and are also visiting her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Q. D, Butcher here. Personal Mention Diiuiie Grisham of Hope. Arkansas was among tin- nine men and v.'eimcu students al Colorado Ceil- lege \vho have been named te> Ihe 1U48--19 official publication of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Duane is a member nf the Red Lantern Club, .scr/ior men's honorary oi'.uuniza'iiori, and of ihe publication board. A var.-ily football dency ul the student Unly last year whe-n tile elected president lell Uie school. THE STORY Time, 1880 Place, New Orleans Louis Durand, 37, a well-to-do bachelor, has been corresponding with Miss Julia Russell, whom he has never seen. He has proposed marriage and she has accepted. According to her picture, Miss Russell Is dark-haired, strong- Teaturec!' and no longer young. Durand goes down to the dock to meet the boat that is to bring her from St. Louis. He is dumfounded when an exquisite young blond creature introduces herself as Julia. She explains her little deceit by saying she didn't want him to fall for just a pretty face. Durand is enchanted with her and they are married. Certain things puzzle him, however, during their first days together. Among them Is the fact Julip has never opened her trunk. When he questions her, she says she lost the key. IX It was quite by chance that he happened to go through the street in which his former lodgings were. I And it was equally by chance that Madame Tellier his erstwhile landlady, happened to come out and stand for a moment in the entrance just as he was in the act of walking by. She greeted him effusively, with shrieks of delight that could be heard for doors away in either direction, flung her arms about him like a second mother, asked about his health, his happiness, his enjoyment of married life. "Oh, but we miss you, Louis! i our old rooms are rented again— to a pair of cold Northerners (I cnarge them double)—but it's not the same." She creased her rather large nose distastefully. Suddenly she was all alight again, gave her fingers u crackling snap of self-reminder. "1 just remern- just happened to come by this' way?" He gave the inscription a brief glance, simply to confirm it, as betook it from her. "Mr. Louis Durand," in spidery penmanship; tlie three capitals, M, L and D, standing out in black enlargement the minuscule letters too finely traced and too diminished in size to make for legibility. However, it was hit *hf fi$Vj k4 J % s r^ '^'!<(6*l ~*&i?k •«•*&£ ,>ir<jr i?r®¥l m^mt t>* Ft' \ ' s tf from a ciol formed snr.iewlu' Dear Miss Dix: I nm a widow v.-ilh a son ;>•! years old. Me is in love with a divorced woman win. is 15 jours older than he is ant, has a child l.'i years old. She is la.'.y ami trifling and refuses It keei> house, even makes my sot wash hoi clothes for her. My son j s very lioadstronK and will not listen to m;. 1 or ahyoiu else when wo lell him what ;, i»;;;take he will make if ho mar in i rii-s 'nor. Yet what shall [ do? 1 isc;m'l, sit by and allow him to ruin his lite by man-vine her. Hav'i you any su.ygestions as to what I could do to stop the affair'-' MKS. D. C. Answer: The most certain way i<. promote an unsuitable marri'agc mr.1.j."iai i ls by opposing it. Nothing rouse: ... I the combative spirit in youngsterr May Be Instantly Fatal i KO quickly as for their parents U If the cloi blocks a lar^e branch ] ll '. v l .° ' i( -'op them from making of the inns artery, deatli may come j maiTiagps that arc bound to wrccK almost at once. More often the vie- M' 10 ' 1 ' lives. They are determined n ! jt to lcl anyone dictate to their, whom they breaks off ;,nd blood stream thr- the body whi carried by the - ough Hie heart lo one of the hvanc.li artories S l >' l| i.f; to the Inn;;. Usii.-.llv Ihe original clot was formed in the veins of the leys or lower rVJonii- nal regions. O.ccasionnlly i;vo-vlhs .)r vegetations of clot-like form in the heart itself. tim may be feeling perfectly well , when a sudden severe shortness of ( breath develops, together with pain in some part of (lie chest, general distress, and blueness of ihe skin, which is followed quickly by unconsciousness and sometimes death. The symptoms may not be so severe. If survival occurs, the area of the lung injured becomes thickened and often the cought be- thickencd and often the cough boot' bloody sputum. Sometimes the injured part of tho lung becomes infected and an abscess may form. Until recently not much could be done for patients who developed this frightening pulmonary embolism. Now, however, it i's believed that many patients who would otherwise have had a pulmonary embolism can be helped to avoid it altogether. .Early exercise after operation, the lisc ot drugs which delay blood coagulation and therefore delay clotting, and other means seem to help. .It is also encouraging that a few patients with pulmonary embolism have been saved by removing the clot by prompt operation. QUESTION: I have warts on my fingers and toes. What causes them to spread'.' ANSWER: Warts are caused by tiny living organisms, probably viruses. This infecting agent can be carried from one part of the body to another merely by con- fact to the skin such as rubbing or scratching. .-.. marry. The more Mother weeps over Tommy bein-j intaluated by a little uine'ompoor Irom the wrong'side of the tracks' and the more Father rages ovei Sally going steady with a lad wbi is still in grade school, the mon set, they are on doing it. The\ are going to show tlie old fogies"; Waste of Breath It is a waste of breath to try tc convince a bobby-soxer Ihat'shx isn't. capable of a deathless passioi, for some kid as callow as she is herself, and that she isn't fit fo) marriage. Nor can yem make » youth, who think he is in love, realize that he is bringing misery down upon his head by marrying before he can support" a family. Arguments are of no avail w'ith the young. Neither are tears and prayers. But ridicule is a deadly weapon that breaks up many a marriage that never should "take place. Mqny an embryonic love affair has been broken "off by bad spelling and worse grammar. Love's young dream has been shattered many a time by a girl cat- ing peas with her knife and" a boy's clothes not fitting. So, Mrs. D. C., my advice to you is to stop arguing with yom son about tlie folly of marrying tho divorce. Let it ride. If the jokes his buddies make about his wboiiif tlie lady by doing her laundry do net disillusion him. IT'S LOVK. an education. YOUNG WIFE they are. They can't, support a s Hi.-.l in (lit- event that anything Uiouki happen to my husband, 'I would have no possible Way of sup- ;>onint; myself and my baby. So I would say to a'll girls: Be- ore you take that important step.. a your life, prepare yourself for .bo luturo. Get as good .an cduca- ,;on as >ou can, and learn some mile by which you can make, a .iving. And I would say. the same iiuig to boys. Let them realize hat their pay will depend on how nuch they know and how skillful Answer: This, is good advice .vhich all young people should take • o heart, yet so -few -do. Most joys and girls-think of-going to- -choo! as a penalty-that has been m'licted on them' without 'icason. July a r few,,sense, that a good edur, nation is the gt'ea'tcst blessing that" -•an be bestowed upon them. It is .he key that unlocks all the privileges of living. Duchess of Edinburgh." The baby will be presented with an identity card like any other citizen and will receive a ration book and clolhini; coupons. As an expectant mother, E'.r/.abeth has received 80 supplementary clothing coupons. Dear Dorothy 'Dix: My mother disapproves of. my using lipstick at my age, which is 13 years. She .hinks I should wait until I am at tho end of the eighth grade or (he first year in high school. 3ul I want to use it now. What should I do? TERESA Answer: Well, Teresa, you know !IJ is a very special, age. It is ust when you arc passing from childhood into girlhood and when /ou are as lovely and fresh as i flower, and it does. seem a pity ior you to .gaum your mouth up with a lot of red paint when your iJitural mouth is a pink rosebud. But, still and all, it doesn't joeiii to me .that it matters, and it all the'other "gifls of your age are Using lipstick and it' makes you feel sort of left' out if you don't use it, why, I think .your, mother should withdraw her objections. But one thing you should do. Get your mother' to take, you to a beauty shop and have one of the operators teach you how to put on your lipstick artistically, instead of daubing it on hit or miss, .->s most young girls do. (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) Dear Miss Dix: 1 married when I was not. quite 15 and, although 1 have a wonderful husband of whom I am very fond and a beau- t'nul baby and a nice home, 1 wish that I had waited until I was older and had finished my high school education. What I am getting at wife and family on the only "kind of job they get if they do not have Thi3 name assures quality. World's largest seller atlOc. "Haw * ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN Easy to give right dosage. So easy lor . . child to take. Orange flavored. 50 •tablets, 350. Brunette Kippee Valez, 22, who dances the intricate Spanish jote atop a three-foot wife bar for her role in "El Paso", has received an insurance policy from Floyds of London insuring her lego for $100,000. A well known Philadelphia dancer and stage producer, Miss Valez took out the insurance personally. (NEA Telephoto) . , own name there could be no mis- npi-atio , U London. Nov. ;; —(UP)— Gynecologist Sir William CJJlialt " visited Princess Kli/abeth 1 today and checked the elaborate pre- ,r e < have a letter wailing for bered! I you. It's been here several "days now, and 1 haven't seen Tom since it came, to ask where your new address is, or I would have forwarded it. He .still comes around i now and then to work ! know. Wait here, I'll to you." the side pocket of his coat and promptly forgot about it. Their leave-taking was an c---- clamatory and enthusiastic as their greeting had been. She kissed him on the fore-head in a sort nf maternal benediction, waved him steadily on bis way. He accomplished his errand, he returned to his office, he absorbed himself once more in the daily routine of bis work. He .discovered the letter a second time only within the Ja.sl quarter of an hour before leaving to go home, and as equally by accident as it had been thrust 'upon in the first place by happen- I ii-,, r , 4 K t 1. .- . 1.. . _ _! 1 ,'• . . '. . I'll. Hospital Notes Josephine Mr. and Mrs. Kwrett Hi.-llon, Fulton, announce [lie arriv;.'! ul" a daughter on November li I'J-L'd. Ad u lit led: She palled him three times in rapid succession on the chest, as i it' cajoling him to stand patiently i as he was for a moment, turned and whisked inside-. He had, he only now recalled rather rue-fully, completely overlooked having his mailing address changed from here, his old quarters, to ihe new house on Si. Louis Street, when he made the move. Not that it was vitally important; his business mail all continued to titj to tin; office, as it always did. and of personal correspondence he had never hud a ;-reat deal, only his courtship letters with Julia, now brought lo a happy termination, lie would slop by the post office, on his way home, and file the JK-W delivery insiruclions, if only for tile sake of an occasional stray missive- such as this. Meanwhile she had come back v.ilh it. "Ilei;:! Ijii'i it good you ing to thrust, his hand blindly 'inU his pocket for a handkerchief. Reminded of its presence, lie rested himself for a moment by taking it out, tearing it open, and leaning back to read it. No sooner had his eyes fallen on the introductory words than lie again, puzzled. "My own dearest Julia:" It was for her, not himself. He turned to the envelope- again, loked at it more closely than h" bad on the street in presence of Madame Tellier. He saw then what had misled him. The Jittle curl. following the "Mi." so tiny as almost to escape- detection, was meant for an "s." He went back lo the paper once more; turned this over, glanced at the bottom of its reverse side. "Your ever-loving and distressed Bertha.", ------ i II was from her sister, in ,'it. for me, you | Louis. bring it out j "Distressed." The word seemed lo cast itself up at him. like a stopped | ])ain "The barbed fishhook, catch unto aiH strain at his attention. He did not intend to read any further. H was her letter. aftt-V all. Somehow the opening -.vord ; . held him trapped, he euuKl mil stop once they had seixec! Ills eye:-. with their meaning. My own dearest Julia: I cannot understand why you treat me thus. Surely I deserve better than this of you. It is three weeks now since you have; left me, and in all that time not a word from you. Not so much | ?.E the briefest line, to tell me ot ; your safe arrival, whether you met Mi. Durand, whether the i marriage has taken place or not. ' Julia, you were never like this j before. What am I to think .' j Can you noi imacjine the clisi tracted stale of mind this leaves I me in— The child is expect' ;;lter next Saturday." H was reported that the wonder drug- iriieik.' would be- used to ease tho young princess (luring her first i-.\Y>orj(.>noi- veil!.' labor pains. . A tiny nickel- plated machine, l:om wincfi tiie pniiccss will inhale the dm;;, has been tested and rc- iested. The. new-paper. "The People," said exhaustive experiments nacl "pvuveci trilene is the safest P.'IJJI^ killing rlrtj.L, yet discovered." "Rmiill doses of Ihe drug black out the memory and lamer doses the newspaper said. "At 'childbirth make tlie patient unconscious," Ibe newspaper said. "Al childbirth .,,,, ' .' "'° " tiescnbe'd by Ihe newspaper as wei^liin-; only three quarters of a pound and be- hii; so simple a doctor did not have t" be present. whiff can be taken whenever tlie newspaper said. tril people" /m- first w iU4.i at hospital:cess' doctors w; eulogist. All Bniain aside to '•'.'iien (in- m; IJit I'lV.'ns/iip belli as IKt liUHTES * MORRIS CARNOVSKY COULD BRIM® YOU THRILLS LIKE THICJ! SPECTACULAR? WITH STIRRING tOV£ STORY*!! THOSelzANlES OF MlKTH £ FUN! „ HSIR NEWEST COMEDY m&*~ -imewKiM -Vtfcs-- •*CB9' r gffjjgfc^ X5g^ r C£o Vm U TBB E0 •^ift CARTOON RIOT! ^...-„....-..,-;,.-......rv, . i- -.,,- r ^.- )f -- f : m ..y f .. [; .., f w lVKt ,_. .—.. 1r — ^.. . .. : _ ., T,.T- . _T" ^z • •

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