Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 22, 1955 · Page 13
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Hope, Arkansas
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ft URE urse the purchase of new &Wth0 ,M6chirte. ttWIMB CtNfM iittt tint.* Phoflft-7-5846 fteet NCI *$»?[* VoU wait ^ - fc :— Dirt Moving rtln«i Call TOM DUCKETT •fit W- «th it Phone 7-9794 '<',„-- MATTRISSES JS^i&fe'sfe,! U.J." ,7 " A ;;*ll ,„.•. llm ttNrt Phcn. 7-ttll WISTERN SHARIS •f Wvortlfled Income Fund aValUblo M. S. BATES H&pe ' ,.^ WELDING '-Oone-anywhere. Call us. See ui for your Car, Truck, ."I't* i J Tractpr repairs. ['We'are is near as your phone" fc.KTDiAHi 7-2/67 iviniite Control Co., JKS535ty*' •?^ i ' 'f ^-^HDl^r ;.:. •INSURED i • GUARANTEED Free Inspection coll A. D. Middlebrooki Jr. ii.Phpncs 7-2822 or 7-3791 TAILOR MADE SEAT COVERS Straw Seot Covers 3:00 $32.50 F<v s 'Most Cars GLASS Reinstalled for any make or truck, also cut ?°PS-, . Wtt» Srrf Stri^f OPEN 7 DAY? M WEEK Hope Star If, lf»f VV ^llhjd^ye^ weekdav^f^noon ^ PrMMmt-' «f | n • ")pnc»; t InTlopt an<J'n«lflhborlng i,,.;, ,28, Ffw •—•"•".•^..H.. „..,... ......... 1 3 09 In H»mpsteo<J, Nevadg. M!M«r <t»......«« ...... ,....,, .IS i „.«.." ........ . 1 .60 • Imwnh* „.,„ ^.." 3 25 »with» ,^, u ,.,. n ...,.,..., « 50 HOM IfAA, HOM,A**ANftAI nTHTf•**• **"t1 - -tnm-"T 1 tT~~"i'1iif t „- -, ;rr" •' ^'^V^p ; v*f ill. CLASSIFIED 1 ''- ' •' '' t '*'.'..:.. '...,.: £,.,'< *.< fl Adi Mutt §6 In Office bky B«for* Pubtlcattdft WANf AM Want Adi 8r« payabfci M odvane* birf odj will be accepted 6ver ttiS telephone and oceohioda- fton atbounts allowed- with -thfe urt- derstonding the account li payablt »h«n ttalcmcnt Is 1 rendered. hlutnbef Of Wor* to IS to 20 to 25 __ t6 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 4» to 45 46 to 50 On» .60 .75 .90 1.05 j.20 t.35 1.50 thrfe* Day* .90 1.2.0 . 1.50 l.ffO 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 SIX Days 1.50. 2.00. 2,50 3.00 3.50: 4.00 4.50 5.00 On* Month 4.50 6.00 J.50 900 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Political CLASSIFIED DISPLAY t tirfi« 75e p«r Ihch 3 timei , 60c p«f inth : 6 time* SOc per Inch Rotes quoted above are for eorv •ecutlve 'insertions. Irregular or skip* date ads. will take the one-day rate. All dolly classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 0. m. for publication the following day. Th* publishers reserve the right to revise or edit oil advertisements ot- tered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising sub- Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word: The Hope Star will not be respoh- ilble for errors In Want Ads unless errors- are called to our attention 1 after FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent JNFURNISHED, newly decorated, six room house. Garage. Garden. 8i2 W. 4th; Dial 7-2247. 1-tf trie Star Is authorized to atf- ndurjfce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections i P6r Maj»of „ fi. L: RJsITfid KENNETH HAMILTON By the Associated Prttt St. Louis — Johnny Lorhbarcto 151, Mt. Carmel, Pa., stopped OHi Kim, 144>/ 2 , HSrtolUlu, 8. Jo6 Mi celi. 151, New York, outpointed Lifther Rawlihgs 14fij/ 2 , Chicago 10. • .'•-.- - ; Los Angeles— Art Aragon, Los Arigetes, stopped Morris lie- viege, 140, Oakland, Calif., 7. L*gol Funeral Directort OAKCREST Funerdl Home. InsUr ance . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Ha' zel ; /. Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and; Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service. Phone 7-6570 or 7-5505. ' 23 r l Mo. For Sole SAND, Gravel, topsoO, fill dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. April 15-1 Mo. BABY CHICKS, large variety. See these chicks before buying. Dan* ny Hamilton, 204 East 2nd. April 15-1 Mo-. BABY CHICKS best grade laying and broiler type. Hope Feed Company.' Phone 7-2547. Mr. 24-lmo. HREE/room unfurnished apart- mentr private bath, reasonable rent.: 1311 .West Avenue B. Phone 7-3096. . ISrtf. P OUR room house, - hardwood [ floors, Venetian blinds,. -Phone 7- 1 4426. '20^6t' tiARGE 5 room house. Electricity, ' gas, deep well water, near cnf- ' porate limits. Phone 7-2243. 20-Gt UNFURISHEX) three room apartment,, private bath and entrance. Mr. J. I. Bowden. 321 North Hamilton, phone 7-2064. 20-3t USED Dclux Refrigerator. $50. See Mrs. Jack Simpson, 607 .North Elm. x 20-3t GASOLINE lawn mower, one Maytag washing machine, 1 8" Spar's Roebuck .table Saw, one Rubbers tired wheelbarrow, one cub,Farmall Tractor with cultivation and disk breaker, 5 miles West of Hope north of weight station 100 yards. See Jonah Terry. 20-3t MOLDED PLYWOOD boat, 10 Horse wizard motor and trailer. All in perfect condition. Can see TWO newly decorated bpdrooms. convenient to bath call 7-3277 or See 603 W. 3rd. St. ' ' '•'.'"/• 20-31: TO COUPLE, nicely furnished^ 2 room ' arid bath cottage apartment. Bills ; paid. 917 W. 6th phone 7-4345J - * • Real Estate for Salt WE SELL — We Buy — We Rent Real Estate. Franklin Company, 106 South Main. 5-1 Mo. $750.00 DOWN will buy this nearly new home. Located on shady corner-,lot. Attic fan, floor furnace, built in garage, only two ,'blocks business district. This is an exceptional offer. LTEBLONG REALTY CO. Phono 7-2228 20-3t Mole Help Wanted $450 MONTHLY, Starting salary plus bonus for an executive-type salesman to represent large National corporation. 'No traveling, established resident, 27-45, married, ambitious, capable of assuming responsibility. In requesting interview. . please include •"brief -personal'History and telephone number. All replies held strictly confidential. Write Hope Star, Box (X). 22-lt We Are Dealers of Dura Craft Aluminum Boats Mhoon's Jewelry Store TAKE HOME HICKORY SMOKED BAR -B - Q B U R T ' S ' Rear of A4.P Store at 108 West Avc. C 7-5818 after 6 p. m. or phone 21-3t FERTILIZER, ammonia, and nitrate soda. Cheap for cash. J. W. Strickland. , April 21-1 Mo. FOUR room farm house 2 miles of town 'Phone 7-2243! ; 20-Gt NEW FOUR room rhodernVtiome and 9 acres, 5 miles West of Hope on highway, 67, 100 .yards north of Weight Station, J. ferry. 22-3t ALFALFA hay, first cutting, 75o per bale on field. Will bale next week — W. L. Williams, phone Prospect 7-4349. 22-3t Awnings Canvas Awnings and metal awnings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Rug Cleaning. COOPER-BkANKENSHIP Formerly Riley Cooper 1615 Texas Ave. Phone 32-1841 Texarkana, Tex. April 14-1 Mo. Notice INCOME TAX SERVICE. Competent and reasonable. J. W. Strickland. 18-tf MOVING? Long Distance Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Preseott Transfer & Storage Inc. Preseott Ark. Free Estimate. ' 4-1 Mo. No 7730 In the Chancery Court o( Mempstead County; Afk. Williphine Perry Plaintiff vs. . . Earnest Perry ..., Defendant The defendant, Earnest Perry warned to appear ih this court' within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff Williphine Perry. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 13lh day of April 1955 Garrett Willis, Clerk By Ch'arlene Burke, D. C. (SEAL) Weisenberger & Wilson, Atty. for Plaintiff ' Talbot Feild, Atty. Ad Litern April 14, 22, 29, May 6 AMERICAN. Boston hicago Cleveland w York Washington Detroit Cansas City Jaltimore LEAGUE' W L Pet GB 6 2 .750 4 2 .067 1 .6f25 1 .623 1 .500 2 .429 2V .280 .125 5 2 5 3 Z 3 3 4 2 5 7 1 3'. 5 Yesterday's Results Washington 1, Boston 0 Chicago. 9, Detroit 1 NeW York 14, Baltimore 2 (Only garhes scheduled) Today's Games Chicago at Kansas City _ Detroit at Cleveland Washington at Baltimore Boston at New York. Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE All owners of real property within the following described' territory, to-wit: .'•••'•', Lots 9, 10. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, & 10 in Block 1; Lots 7, 8, 0, 10, 11, 12, 13 & 14 in Block 2; Lots'1. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, & 18 in Block 3; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, &• 8 in Block 4; . . . Lots 1, 2, 3, 4,-5,-fl, &-7 in Block 5; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,' 7,' & i) in Block 6; and , . That certain'tract of land marked "12E1" on that certain map of' the City of Hope, Hfempstead : County, Arkansas, dated. 10th day of March, 1949| signed: by Joe B! Wilson, ftegistered Engineer, and Lyle Brown, Mayor are hereby notified that a petition has been filed with the City Clerk of the said City of Hope, purporting to be signed by two-thirds in value of 'the owners of real prop, erty within said territory, which petition prays that a local improvement district be .formed embracing said territory for the purpose' of paving with! bitumindus- surfacing (blacktopping) all ot the following streets: • : • South Elm Street from West 16th Street South to West 19th Street (3 blocks) -....-•- . . West 18th Street;between South' Kim Street and.•South", Main Street (1 block) West 10th' Street between South Elm Street' arid' South' Wain Street (1 block) and the> cost therepf- be assessed and charged: upon the real property above described. 'All .owners ,of real property within' said territory are advised 1 that said petition will tie Heard at the meeting of- the, City Council to' toe- held at .the hour of 7:30-.p. M., on the 3rd-day of May, 1955, and ; that'at said'meeting said council' will" deterrhiiie whether those sighing; the same constitute two-thirds in.value of such owners of real property; arid :: at.said meeting all owners of' real. property within said territory who,' desire will be heard-upon the' question. Mrs. Charles F. Reynerson Clerk. (SEAL) April 22, 29 NATIONAL Brooklyn Milwaukee St. Louis 't^hiladelphia Chicago New York Cincinnati Pittsburgh LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 1 0.1,000 6 0 .750 3 5 3 .625 4 .444 5',?, .445i/ 2 " .286 GJi> .224 .000 8" 4 5 45 2 5 2 7 0 6 Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 14, Philadelphia 4 New York Weather) only games at Pittsburgh (ppd. scheduled Today's Games New York at. Brooklyn Pittsburgh, at. Philadelphia St. Louis at Milwaukee Cincinnati at' Chicago SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB New Orleans Legal Notice Services Offered • Desk Fans • Westlnghouse Alt-conditioner • Window Fang • Attic Fans JoHnion & Rettig Electric Co. 319 W, 2nd Ph, 7-2166 MATTRESS renovation and inner iprlng work- Cobjb Uattreu Co Slfl South Wuolngton. Phoh 1-2823. • Mar. 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Cui torn slaughtering. Phone 7-3361 10-1 Mo CONVALESCENT AND Nursin Hospital. Reasonable monthlj rates. Quiet Neighborhood. Cat ering to Aged and Convalescen Patients .. For information contac Ouachita County Hospital, Cam den, Arkansas. Phone Temple 6 9325. April 1-1 Mo M. K. luck Highway 97 LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. •dat of City Urnlta Wf *t 14 Qillon Water'••«••!• for Salt Ph«nf 74391 IHppa, ArKi For All Mokes and Refrigeration APPLIA'NCE REPAIR 810 E. 3rf 7-2809 WATER WBfcL Drilling any deptl or size, 0. T. Clark and Son C R. Clark, Cale, Ark., 203 Eas ( Ave. B. Hope, Ark. . . • April 18-1 Mo SEE Jqss Mprris slaughtering and for cold custom storage at Community Ice. Phone 7-2244 or 7-3478. April 22-1 Mo Business For Lease ONE SUPER-SERVICE Station. 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S, .L, Murphy for details.' 8-U Help Wonted RAWLEIGH DEALER wanted^ once in S. Heinpstead Co., BEE-T-MITE Termitt ^«inlr9l $ervie« Own^d & Qperotcd by GUY GRIGG . Strvict p«ll€f 10? Svurt. Hope. Good opportunity. See Cor win Crow, Route 1, box 30, ville, Ark., or write today, leigh, Dept. AKD-G41-105, Memphis, Tenn, BEER BUST DULUTH, Minn., (U?) Thirsty thieves stole 528 cans of beer from, a truck parked in dpwntown Dulutji police reported today. k.|T US DO YPUR i WASWIi PICK-UP ANO PELIVERY Wotheteri« 800 We»t 3rd IN THE D|S(TRIC,T CIOU.RT OF TH E U N If Eft 8tAT:E8 ; WEST. ERN^DISTRICT 6'F-ARKANSAS TEXARKANA DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF \ HOWARD BYERS Bankrupt INT BANKRUPTCY , : , , NO. 1199 NOTICE OF SALE OF ASSETS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Tljnt pursugnt,..to;:an order entered herein, Paul Simms, Sr. Ti-ustee of the above-named bankrupt estate, will offer for sale, free and clear of all liens and encumbrances, at public sale pursuant to advertisement and by way of submission of sealed bids, to be submitted to Paul Simms, Sr., of Hope, Arkansas, on or before 10:00 a. m.; May 2nd, 1955, at which time the bids will be opened in the office of Albert Graves, Attorney at Law, Hope, Arkansas, in the presence of members of the Creditors Committee and the Trustee, the following assets of the bankrupt- estate, to be bid on by separate bids, as itemized: 1. Stock of merchandise, fixtiu-es, and accounts receivable 2. Automobile This stock of merchandise, consisting of drugs, etc., and fixtures, are located in what is known as the Byers Drug Store, Hope, Arkansas, and are a part of the bankrupt estate. The automobile is one formerly owned by Howard Byers, Bankrupt, and is now a part of the Bankrupt estate. Additional information concerning merchandise and items to be sold may be secured by contacting Paul Simms, Sr., Trustee, Hope. Arkansas, Telephone 7-4515. Accounts receivable are those of Byers Drug Store, now part of buixkrupt estate. TERMS OF SALE This sale to be on terms of cash, subject to the approval of the Creditors Committee' aod' the Trus- ee. and conlirmatian, by this Court, ull assets to b>' sold free and clear of liens 8h4' tlje money •eceivtjd therefrom to be held Jn he treasury of this Court, subject p future litigation' and distribution. Any merchandise left *witK bank- •upt on consignment for sale wilj t* old free and clear of liens at this ale if oyvijf rship is not proven and h,e' property claimed by tjiie own- rs bi|ore.date of sale. Dated at Little Rock, Arkansas, his 19th d«y of April, l«5. LEE CAZORT in Bankruptcy Memphis ' Atlanta Birmingham Mobile Chattanooga Nashville Little Rock .700 .636 .583 .545 .500 .462 .417 .182 2 21/ 2 3 Yesterday Results , .Atlanta. 2, Nashville 1 Chattanooga 8, Birmingham 4 Memphis'8, Mobile-2 New Orleans 9, Little Rock • 4~ Atlanta at' Chattanooga, (night) Nashville at' Birmingham night Memphis' at New Orleans (night) (Only games scheduled IWLonf Con Keep By ED WILK Of thfe -Associated Press Porker Golfers Defeat falsa Walter Alston, the quiet- man watched passively as his Brooklyn Dodgers - set a modern majo league record by winning their 1011 straight since the start'of the sea son. Then he strolled back to the clubhouse, \vhere he fouled of third. The first was a knuckler, hard handle. "How long can yot ceep going.?' 1 j Alston puffed his cigarette The second .was a:. curve tha ! 'lung up high. "Is it the spir Is it better than last year? Alston unbuttoned his uniform shirt. "The spirit's always good vhen a team is winning." The third was a fat one. "Whals *opt you wining?" Alston loosened his trousers. "A combination. Hitting. Pitching, rielding.'' . . .. . For a guy on the spot after the Jrooks lost in '54, Alston wasnt much like a manager whose club lad just won 10. He was more, like Eddie Stariky after losing four. :Tlie rhatter-of-factness was evi dent among all the Dodgers. "I vas on a club (Chicago Cubs) -th.it n 21 straight once,' said Coach Billy Herman. "We ain't even half way "there yet." "Hell, said Duke Snider. "We still got 144 to play.' That's the way it was yester- lay after the Brpoklyns had become the first team since 1900 to vin its first 10 games. To do it, hey put the slug on Rob Roberts' mbeate'n record, pasting the best •ighthander in baseball and the hiladelphia Phils 14-4. It was the only 'National League *ame played. New York at Pitls- mrgh was rained out. In the Amer- can, Washington knocked off first ilace Boston 1-0, Chicago whipped Detroit 9-1 and New York plas- ered Baltimore 14-2. Roberts never had a chance against the Brooks, who now are after the all-time record of 12 traight opening victories by the 884'Giants. The Giants are next in Ebbets ield. Six and a half games back n sixth place, they're throwing im Hearn '• — not Sal Maglie — t the Dodgers and Johnny Podres TEXAS LEAGUE Oklahoma City 6; Dallas 5 -Fort Worth 10, Tulsa 7 Houston 9; Beaumont G San Antonio 15; hreveport ' FAYETTEVILLE W — Grey Linzcl posted the best individita score of 73 to lead the University of Arkansas golf team to a 5U-4 triumph over Tulsa University yesterday. The results: Bill Rogers. Arkansas, clef. Tom Barker,, 2. and 1. Tinker Gordon, Arkansas, def. Jim Pfeifer, 2 and 1. • Dick Ncwcomb, Arkansas, def. Dick Clary, 1 up. Grey Linzel, Arkansas. clef. Barry Carruthers, 2 'and ]-. •Rogers-Gordon 'def. Barker-Pfei- fefj."''2 and \. . tonight. ' .'' i • • Iff the game at Washington, Bob Pprterfield ..hooked : up in a pitching cjifel'With Tbni BreU'er artd finally wdnjit in the hintr) as Pete Runnels', singled home) 'the ione. ruii. Bosttfrt got just one runor as far as 'tHird against Porterfield, who save three hits, walked three and fanned seven in winning his second decision. Brewer (0-2) allowed 'ive hits. George Roll, his back troubles apparently a thing of the past, ?rand-slammcd in the third to get Chicago's rout of the Tigers start- d. The Yankees climbed within one [ame of the leading Red Sox — along with Chicago and idle Cleveand — as Bob Tin-ley (2-0) five- lit his former Baltimore mates. Very Few Font BROOKLYN (#) — What doed it take for the Brooklyn Dodgers to draw at the gate? Only 3.S74 showed up at Ebbets Field yesterday when the Dod ers beat .Philadelphia 14-4 to" set a record by winning this ] first 10 games of the seasonal Walter O'Malley, Dodger pres-; ident isn't concerned, however. ^ "It's still;-early in the year 'and 'there are a lot factors," he said. ot Manner Told to Lose Some Weight GREEN'BAY, wjs. w — mfit mfhl . University of At-kansas lihem Ddve'Hanner ha's;.siS"nfed his 195SI cbriti-act with the- Gre'e'n Bay Pack-; drs of the National • Footbal League; but he has some require-! tients to fill before he can colleetl lis full salary. Hanner weigh 280 pounds and his] veight must be down to 230 whenl training opens July 23 Hanner also fli must be down to 245 by the first! .eague game and maintain that| weight or forfeit part of his PV(A defensive tackle, Hanner has been a Green Bay regular since { 1952. M6M, AA*A*tAI POSITIONS YOU KIDS GET IN WHEN YOU PHONE KIDS t KNOW H9W . tOBE- f6MffO&tA8LE MAAABtfS PLA.V/ WE MAKE CATCH , OF OAV/ OUT OUR WAY Anliwer to Previoui PuMle Dinner Bell A& ARTISTIC AN IV SET MY LAST P6LLAR Lizards which have tails which! can grow.' again after- removal of-1 ten develop double or even 'triple] tails when a new tail grows, from I LETDUCKETTDOIT.,. THE BEST IN STEEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds — Farm Buildings '—.'Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. Can be constructed at low cost! DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. North Main Street LIGHTING FIXTURES Protect your eyesight and enhance the beaut/ of your home with cori rect- lighting flxturei. ALLEN J ELECTRIC CO. 114 S. Elm Phone 7-2629 Greatest •:• ••• '-• »<iy.j-,, ; fi n America! •THE FABULOUS STAR CHM-1?s luxury- sized. The roomy body is rrioUrited : on a 124* wlieelbase. It's luxury-powered. 'The 'Strato- Streak V-8 with optional 4-barrel carburetor puts 200 horsepower up front. It's luxury- styled. Fabrics and appointments match the Highest-priced cars. It's beautifully distinctive —way.out front for future-fashioned smartness. Arid it's a Pdntiac— which;means topmost reliability, thrift an.d, resale value. THE FUTURE-FASHIONED 8TO-Here's a car outstanding in every way. Outstanding in performance with exclusive Strato-Streak power. Outstanding riding ease with a long wheelbase unmatched at the price. Especially outstanding in the wonderful way it handles and responds with passing power. For'luxurious" driving at' modest cost you simply can't do better. THE SPECTACULAR 960 Hete's a king-size^ car with « 122" Wheelljase, and 200 horsepower, tor less th>u many models of tjie Ipweftt-prioed lines and much less, th»n ^tripped tfconomy models qf higher-pHced make>, Beauty? Just look! Ahd >e reme^i$er—yoV can choose from 4 luxqrious interiors an<J •ome 36 mciderh' color coinl|inatioii», •v- * %•- 160 2-ctoor e-pamenger Sedan iUuttraled. State' <tni total taxes, if any, extra, at it Vogue Two-Tone color. Price may •"••— in aur/vundiiiy cammunities due to freight difftrtntiifl. SKANDDRIVI / HUTOm FASTIST-SIlUNf Hppt, Ark. jfwWiRp' I IKr Im |r § 319 S, Wolnut ; I Bfiked i Virginia — «. 4 Carrots ati<l ••A; of .i» River in Asia " 15 Household 16 Solars a' : ' fboar ' :20 Eaten away - 'r State ''ttib''f ; ''<* i wife 3 Lines of longitude 4'.Of the pontift fi Give f^orth 6Stable ,'. Hercu),es, cleaned (ab.) , cake batter 25 Extract fruit 40Qctup,as/' • 9 Crazy (slang) jflice ! . " from the i. 10 Big awkward 20 dorrie in dinner table ' -boats '..,-. 27 Lack, 'as of «l.Establ|sh«| -' 11 Fpuhdatipn . ; gdod 1 food - 17Wha^stcaks .28 Italian painter43 Seth's son •/j, ••.)'. should 'be' .::-.•' 29 Russian city 44 Vipers '""•'• ul ' ;'roasWd at • ' •; seaport 47 Ireland. 'Christmas : 33 Persian prince 48 Rembv'e, . tmndest !<! fnentally •asstoat—- ,'36 Measures of <yp* ;23 Mak.e broader 38 Over ."- ' ^Machirijsts*. ^J) ornamented' union' '('ab;.^',y. : ' M, Wicked 40, Air-(prefix) I 3 . , •-J-:' 1 nickname !«2 Acquire '" • - '^'S Land measure ^ Salad—— • ' SS'Sssential being 36. .56 Bread • ''«Houidn't ^7'Jomj)ajis 'point \A ^.'-chicken ' -..-.•' CARNIVAL fi: 5. f : 7 i:. '9, ••; 10,: 29, ••a. •y Dick Turnflff m r fi ; iiv i ry day I tj-^f, •iH«9l *nd walks »fl tVw.y with mi—I VU*M fh« knowt »" ' it'» thf hooky tiMon, tool T> •^^v--- ^,«, ,. ,..«-.«..*-^>.^.,^_^ ,^._ .^ >fc ..^.,^, !.„,..,. ^.-^-w ,*»v ^"^'"- * *r^*g HE FAiWtED--VHAvE W|TH HIS Vi SUESS \ MECHAWICAL 1 HE THINKS ,. ~~-~i xi ••»*—• L ,/- fvit_ 1^1 \r- ti^it^r^u. i ric; it niyrv^ HIM-LAVIM. 1 rV TRIED VAN' BUSINESS \ TH 1 REST . OV/ECA 1 I <%M&fiLi>l BRAlM,TH'BUU.\ OFlfe COT INI \ CAS-TIW'.' TAKE rr.so EASV AROUND HERE THE FDRBMEW FALL , ASLEEP WATCHIN' FAIMTI&A FORM OF SNEAK NAF; BECAUS ITS SNORELESS.' »...•*.....«<- SUSPICIOUS CHARACTER OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople , PAT Boy, you AWT PeepeD SLAD 'ABOUT THE AVR-COrJblTlONED ' WAIT A FEW i» THE ; "I'm the efficiency expert—I want to check on your ( promptness in accenting invitatipns for dinner dates!" fWEETIFPIE By Nadme Selzer fe£»^IJlli&r W4SVU . ._ _, WITH THE eisevE&Aojp m& PMrtMses. eut AV>»C>fi HIM DO A'LOr OF e.. /V\A>0E THAt* SOT i a« wit MMttft* *« 6»y AflfcT- *Al*/W*AT A $%•/• ^<Vnf Li «.! I'sHSw WASH TUBES 15 TEMSE te THE &TATUE \& HWLEP IN, AMP A SPECIAL BOOM IM&TAtUED FOR HOI5TIMG IT ABOARO DAW50N'S> TENSE ENOUOH TO EXPLODE, LULU BELLE THERE MUST BE SOME' VERY VALUKBLB TO HIM ABOUT THW PARTICULAR r '6TMIIBI NOW TIB A SWIWfl'iR TIB A LINE FURTHER ATT, .•.-•>.).'•">.•». • X TH» * Vt'Cl ;*»T,1 ^'Mi £.<^« ^jkf't ft.J^A,«fa « jji" - -r, / ,y,j l.r'b.'dhf.yi^ 4 Mt] THMTMK. VOU WQB&LE- KNE'ED sop TIE! WE'LL t^P •OOTS AND HER BUDDIES ALLEY OOP NO.THAT BEU'S tif^ suMPiN'SO ATELLING us IT'S WRQNS ; VV(TH TH 1 ) REAPV TC> fi<3../AS READY/YOU KNOW / THyiE'.MACHINEryHPW ABOUT 7 AS WE'Ll! YTHE'MAN' StOB'li Y<?J BOYS? 1 EVER BE,/YOU'RE SOINGVeiVE US 'FORPHE'5-BMn NO ..ONE iVfTH (VSJ'WEVB Ul- COURSE,. VRRISCILLA! J ] I PON'T I, ,COME INTO LIBRARY WON'T YOU STEP TMINK I'O 'INTO- MY LIBRARY? ME FOR THE , REVERENfD PLATES SHE LOANED TO THE CHURCH FESTIVAL.' fr^L THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE IW6.WAYNE, MY W THAT MOM AND DAP ARC OP55T ANp" COytp YQJ), i WONT see YOU TOMORROWS rauNQ WE $Queyr; MIAN wpuio YOU, ASK IM;. JANICE, IU BP IN NEW VjQRK V WUt THI^?,,. \: RW.fV.IF /•"••-L^r -THAT THIS WHOLE I THAT'S dFRHOv* fe ^ wfl « T^i^i-^AflPMa >

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