Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 17, 1955 · Page 12
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Hope, Arkansas
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If ^V'\ HOPE S1TAH, 'Mtfft, ARKANSAS -. 1»t»«*i74>i1 0 BUY Used Shoes *f AVtl' iARGAIN HOUSE Aofoti from post Offlcft t n For Graduation. Gifts If-, p£(c£tlfe"'Tln l te' select Wuftches & Jewelry From Jewelry Store , las TOBELESS TIRES aKpopular prices WHEEL BALANCING tejt While you wait iAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY ' -COMPANY. r^orJXow Cost Insurance FARM MUTUAL . Contact Y „,* HQRACE HUBBARD Phonflj 7-2436 P«Whi ••'•« Into iran Day 8ervlM MM DAVIS C*. Phon« CROWN WESTERN SHARES '- «f Diversified Income Punt *r*epectue available from ,•> . AGENT , )' Phone ^-44M SERVICE Test «,f H< ELECTRIC Hy 67, West of Hope .! Don* anywhere., iCall ui. f;»«e us fw,.your Car, Truck. jt$j: n Tractor, repair*. I^We are as near as your phone" t* • DIAL 7-2767 CLASSIFIED AB* Mtilt •« (ft dffiefe D*y -1:1° •SI* Ddyi MohM 1.50 4. 2.00 2.SO 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 WANfA&feAfSS All -Wont Ad« are , payobl* «9WMrt fcot -fads • wm b* a<re*i_.._ ever the telephone and ottotMOa- . Won octountt flltewed wlfh frW tm- dersTarfding the account It poyobl* when itoterheHt [,'—-•• lii./rtttr t3r» f Wards Day Is to TS .45 4 to 20 IV M 25 j75 -1.50 5 td 30 .90 1.80 I »« 35 t.OS , 2.10 ) -fd '40 K20 '2.4C 41 to 45 1.33 2.70 46 to SO 1.50 3.00 .CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time *.mvmY»i-..v.v.-ttir.. -75c "-per Inch 3 timet 60c per Inch 6 tirnM •„ SOc- per fhetr Rate* quoted above are for con- •ecutlve 'inseVHoni. Irteftulor Or skip- date ctdi Mill take the-;one-day rut*. All dally classified advertising copy Will ' tie accepted until S p. m. for publication 1he following day. - .The publisher* reserve the right'to ,r«yl««..or adit all advertisements of- .fered for publication and to reject orty • abjettlohable advertising tub- mltted Initials of one or more letteri, . droups.Or figures tuch as house or telephone.numbers count as one wofd. The Hope Star will, hot be reipon- ijble for. errors In Want Ads unlesi errors, are' called 'to our attention after FIRST Insertion of ad dnd-theVi for ONLY.the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: .PROSPECT 7-3431 Political Armounceflttnt StaHs -autntoflled to fttt* e -that the 'following *f* candidates for public offie* subject ito the action df the Democratic primary election!: *. L. -H. M. (OLIE) OLSON TAL'BOT FEIIlD. JR. Eitote for SaU For Rent IX room unfurnished .house. .812 West 4th. ;$35 a month. Dial 72247. 10-tf &ICELY FtfRNISHED Apartment; private bath, entrance, garage. 603 West ,4th, phone 7-4374. .13-6 WE SEEL — we rent — we -buy Real Estate. FRAWKLIN COMPANY May 9-1 Mo. Yof-k Milwaukee Chicago St. txiuis P«tsbUJ-gh incinhati Pet. t!B 23 5 :S33 15 13 .536 9 1C 14 .533 9 16 15 .516 9 13 13 '.5bO 10 11 1* .379 10 18 .357 14 Re»ult* St. Louis 'B, Pittsburgh 0 < (only games scheduled) Today'* -Gamts Brooklyn at St. Louis (night) )PhUatielphia at Chicagd fPlttsburgh at Cincinnati night) •New York' at Milwaukee (night) AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. F0UR room, unfurnished house, a -'tic fan, close-in. Phone 7-3662. May 14-t j TJNFUBNISHED garage apartmen for adults Close-in. Phone 7-5551. 16-6 B|E-T-MITE Termite Control Service . ,;, Free Inspection ["Operated by GRIGG t Service policy 109 South Main St. 7-3445 or 7-2772 CRRY'S Control Co. •BONDED •INSURED •GUARANTEED / > • for Free Inspection ' call A. D. Middlebrook* Jr. Phones,7-2822 or 7-3791 . i ? **• j Hope Star SIX ROOM house, 27 acres, elec triclty, deep well, V& miles ou old 67, West. Phone 7-3759. *17-3 For Solo SAND, Gravel, topsoU, fill dirt Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. ' May 15-il Mo FERTILIZER, ammonia, an'd n trate soda. Cheap for cash./J. W Strickland. April'21-1 Mo TWO BEDROOM home l'/4 bloc from Brook wood School at 81 East 5th-. ; -Call 7,-5574., 28-t SIX BEDEOOM/i' /2 story hous with.2'/4 baths.-'Ideal for;rooniin house.,,2>blocks from town. Price- •riifht. 521^South JVIain. W: H. Fin 7-22JQ9. May. 10-1 Mo TWO FRAME., (homes, with acre nge, close-in, low down payment SAMUELS - REAL. ESTATE ;Ph one 7-'376G. May '17-1 Mo Servicot Offered MATTRESS renovation and inner- •prlnf-work Cobb UattreM Co 81fl South Wajhtafton. Pbon T-M&. Mar. 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market. Cut torn •laughtering. Phone 7-3M1 10-1 Mo WATER 'WELL Drilling ahy dep'tl or size, :O. T, Clark and Son C R. Clark; Gale, Ark,, 203 Eas Ave. B. -Hope, :Ark. . t, ,, . , April 18-1 Mo MOVING? -Long Distance Moving All Moving Rates are not th sqme....CaU. collect 592 Prescbt • Transfer- and storage Inc. 'Pres cott, Ark, Free Estimate. May 14-t Notice Jess 'Mo.r/is for custom slau'gjiter ing and cold storage at Com munity Ice Co. Phone 7-224' or 7-3478. ' ' April 22-1 Mo Funercl Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insur ance , .. Ambulance. 2nd & Ha zel. , . Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo HERNPON-COBNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association & ??'«•?'' If- Ill-ii Tfc* ft«r •wilding CM«i WolnMt ftreef Prompt Ambulance Phone 7-5570 or 7-5505. Service. 2S-1 Mo WANTED — Experienced waitress Apply in Person. Map's Restaur ant, 409 E. Third or house next door, ia BE INDEPENDENT. Sell Rawleigh Products in S. Hempstead Co. or Hope. See Corwin Crow. Route 1, Box 30 Nashvile, Ark., today for particulars or write Rawleigh's, Dept. Term, AKE-641-D, Memphis, ivm Awnings Canvas Awnings and metal awnings. Manufacture Venetian bi}n.d ? . Renovating 914. .'Wfote. Bug Cleaning. COQPEB'BI.ANKEINSHIP Formerly Riley Cooper W15 Texas Ave, Phone 32-W« , Texarkana, -Tex. ; May 14-1 Mo. Butineif for Least Station; 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for 4etalls. •• MY HOME — one mile north of Lewisville • on Highway 29. Three acres :of land, four room house -with bathroorh and fixtures. One .attic fan, one window fan, two bedsteads with springs, two .cotton mattresses, one dresser, on* wardrobe, one bedroom iheater, one living.room .suite which tson- sists of one divan, one platform ,rocker,' two 'Straight!chairs, oni» living room hater, one 17 inch Emerson -TV set, one .rug. .o dining room get consisting ot.one table, four chairs, .one • Tappan range, one GE refrigerator, one national pressure cooker, onb rug, well'hbu'se with well pump, one Day and Night hdt' water header, - one heating stove, one . washing machine, two tubs, one car house, one chicken house arid ' chickeri yardi 9 head white leghorn chickens, one . automob'tle garage good location, one rural mail box. This place is priced at $7,0000. Telephone 298-R-3, Carl WilKerson, Lewisville, Ark. 16-«t 1017 'FOSTER AVE. — Large 6 room home. Shady lot, Pavement. Ask us about this Bargain, SOUTH ELM,-800 block, corner lot, large shade-trees, 2 car garage, 6 rooms, 3 bedrooms, can ; be 'ifih j anced 'on Very ''liberal terms; Small .down payment. CORNER 16th and. Hervey Sts. -5 rooms, screened in breeyeway built in 'garage.'large roomy lot, At-tic fan, floor 'furnace. -• Close to high and JunioriHigh:School. $750 down, -FHA-GI. •.-'.. LIEBLONG REALTY CO. Phone, 7-2228 . -.'. i : ,16-3t TWO -BEDROOM.home, close-in' paved streets, $200 cash,'balance like 'rent. Phone 7-4308. : 17-3t WEUL 'IMPROVED -1,000 acre 'cattle ranch, modern home, plenty of water --and 'grass. Can -be »bou- ; ght with or without stock. Priced for quick sale. Don't miss ,this bargain. Call or, write 'FOSTER REALTY CO.- Hope. Arkansas PRospect 7-4691. 17-3t The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mist Turner at Hicks funeral Home , -Mrs. Mary Lee Louderpiilk. of Hope died suddenly Saturday, May 14. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. , Funeral service for -Mrs. -Luis McGill were.held Tuesday, May 17, at Green Hill Methodist Church n Blevins with burial in Green Hill Cemetery. Cleveland Ihic-ago New York Detroit Boston Washington Kansas .City Baltimore OB 20 9 .690 18 9 :6C7 1 17 11 iG07 2'/ 2 .6y GAYL6 TALBOT. NEW VORk I*)—The time ha? come to take a good second look at the Chicago White Sox, who move into Yankee Stadium tonight for the first time under their new manager Marty Marion. What we seem to see at this juncture is the most improved club in either league. Despite a prolonged slump by their best hitter Minnie Minoso, the Sox are clinging tightly to Cleveland's front runners—they're Indians Still See Yanks as Team to Lick By ED WILKS of The ASSOCIATED PRESS Manager A-l Lope?, still tags the New York Yankees as the team his Cleveland Indians h'ave to whip over the long haul for another the pace. .When Minoso begins toiAmerican League flag, but the flit, as he will, and such pitchers:guys who want to rassle for first the all even with the Indians in vital "lost" column — and showing no signs of flagging under as Virgil Trucks and Billy Pierce &tfike their true stride, you might see something, indeed. There appears little doubt that place here and now are the Chicago White Sox. The Sox pull into Yankee Stadium tonight for a two-game set Frank Lane made the most tellin" that wraps up their first Eastern trade of the winter when he ob' tour of lho season. It's nothing like tained first baseman Walt Dropo that fabulous swing of 1951, when end outfielder Bob Nieman from 1C 14 .533 4 id Detroit in exchange for Ferris _ . '* TPrttA ««J "J{<11_ _1 XT; . i 14 18 .437 7 11 17 .393 8 11 1'8 .379 9 920 .310:11 . Yesterday Results (no games scheduled) --i Today ; Games , -«?!•'; .Cleveland at-Boston Kansas City at "Woshingto (night) •• • . .Detroit at .Baltimore night Chicago' at New York (nighf) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta New OHeans Birmingham iChattanOQga Memphis ' Nash v 11 le Mobile Little 'Rock W L Pet. GB 22 14 '.d'll- 21 14 .'600 21 15 .583 1 22 16 '.1579 1 19 17 .528 3 1 20 -.459 5 11 23 .324 10 11 25 .306 11 Yesterday's Results Atlanta 5, Mobile 3 • Chattanooga 5, Memphis 4 ( innings) Little Rock 8, Nashville 7 'Birmingham 11, New Orleans Today's Garnet •Atlanta at Mobile Chattanooga at Memphis .'Nashville Jat Xittle ;RoCk (Only games scheduled) •COTTON STATES UEA&UE WL 'Pet. GB Hot Springs El Dorado Monroe Greenville Pine Bluff Vicksburg 12 9 :;571 41 9 .55t) 11 9 .550 10 ,9 .526 jl 10:10 -.500 1 6 14 .300 5' Yesterday's .Results- ' Hot Springs '9, 'Pine Bluff 0 Monroe :4, El Dora'cto 3 (iO inn ings). Greenville ;G, Vicksburg 0 Today's Games Pine Bluff -at .Hot Springs El Dorado at Monroe Greenville at "Vicksburg By The Associated .Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 'Charleston ; 4 Indianapolis 1 •Louisville 11 Toledo (9 Omaha- 7 St. > Paul 0 • Denver 8 Minneapolis 2 TEXAS LEAGUE -San .Antonio 6 Dallas 3 . .' :fort Worth at Houston, pos poned • Shrevepbrt 2-8 Oklahoma Cit ' 'Tiilsa at -Beaumont (2), -pos poned • • : ,, ,.,H . • • • 'I • 1' • . ' ' ,•••:•.-',, WESTERN LEAGUE LINCOLN 14 Colorado Springs 1 •Des Moines 3 Sioux City 1 Pueblo 7 Wichita 5 Aby Clark of Canfield died Sunday, May 15. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The usher board of Lonoke Baptist Church will meet Tuesday night, May 17, at 7:30. There will be a weiner roast at he home of Mrs. Persie Turner aturday night, May 21, sponsored y the senior choir. The public is nvited, Keystone Lodge No, 43 will meet 'uesday night, May 17, at the re- ;ular meeting place at 8:30. Mrs. Gloria J. MeFadden and aughter of Flint, Mich., are visit* ng their parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. . Hicks, and other relatives. Sylvester Hicks of Camp Chaffee, rkansas is visiting his parents, r, .and Mrs. R. A. Hicks. Cpl. and Mrs. D. C. Smith, form- rly of Hope announce the arrival f a daughter, Sharon Yuvone May 1955. They a usas. reside in .Wichita, of Prpfcssor Held in Sloying RALEIGH, N. C. — The 21, WonttdtoBMY TWO BEDROOM jjpme. Must close in. Write lefter giving com ear'old son of a husband • wife >am on the Harvard University acuity has been ordered held without bond on a murder charge in a 'which he contends was an accident. Richard tfluckhohn was -bound Leaders in the Major Leagues •By The Associated Press BATTING— Obased on 75 at bats. Power, Kansas City, .395 Kuenn Detroit, .388 Kfaline, Detroit. RUNS BATTED IN — Zernial Kansas City and Vernon, Wash ington, 28 Kaline, Detroit, 25 Nieman, Chicago, 24. HITS — Kuenn, Detroit, 'do Ka line, Detroit, 44 Bauer, New York 38. HOME RUNS — Zernial, Kan, sas City and Mantle, New York 10. PITCHING —Consuegra, Chicago and Wynn, Cleveland, 3-0, 1.000 Dorish, Chicago and Morgan, New York, 2rO, 1.000. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (based on 75 at bats) — Mueller, New York, .415 Virdon, St. Louis, .361 Carnpanella, Brooklyn .354. RUNS BATTED IN — Snider Brooklyn, .36 Campanella, Brook lyn, 33 Furillo, Brooklyn, 29. Hits — Mueller, New York, 44 Campanella, Brooklyn, 40 Logan, Milwaukee and Moon, St. Louis 39. HOME RUNS — Snider, Brooklyn, 11 Furillo, Brooklyn, 9 'Post and Kluszewski, Cincinnati, 8. PITCHING — Newcombe -and Er< skine, Brooklyn., 5-0, 1.000 Jeffcoat. .Chicago and Arroyo, St. Louis, 3-0, 1.000. Th* United States .acquired the Louisiana Purchase in 1803 from France at a price estimated at four cents an acre including initial cash payment, payment oi? claims and interest. the case to Superior Court. cfchobO. Described b,y. policy frfiUlwt ?t#ient «rh)» KI:^- and little else. Nieman has proved the bigger surprise of the two by grabbing himself a regular- spot in the lineup and whaling the ball as never before in his big league career. With the. Tigers last year Nicman hit only .263 and drove in but 35 runs. He is slugging at a .316 clip today and is among the league's RBI leaders with 24. His six home runs are only two fewer than he belted all last season. The huge Dropo, though hovering around .250 on average already has powdered five homers, one more than his entire '54 output, and has driven in 14 runs. Another extremely pleasant surprise has been the sudden eruption of catcher Sherman Lollar as. a power hitter.Last year, while the Sox were finishing a falling- down third for lack of the long ball, Lollar hit .244, with seven horne runs. He's already stroked that number, with the season only about a sixth gone. His average is a hot .305 and he has knocked in 16 runs, nearly half his total for last year. Chicago beqnme the first team dyer lo sweep an Eastern jaunt in -the AL, but with four victories in five tries it's not bad. That laves the White Sox a length behind Cleveland and l'/ 2 ahead of the third-place Yankees — with a three-game winning streak. After Sunday's doublehcad- ers, , no other American League tarn, has even a -two-game string working. In fact, a t lire e-gam winning combination to p's t he National League too. It belongs to the St. Louis Cardinals, who beat Pittsburgh 6-0 last night in the only major league game scheduled. The White Sox, who in vaulted into first place with a 14' game winning streak that got fat in the..East, have managed to chop £> game off Cleveland's lead on the current outing while putting some daylight between themselves and New York. Cleveland opened the Eastern invasion sweeping two at New York while the Sox were splitting their scries at Boston. Since then, - Cleveland has Cockell Tough But Rocky Was Tougher By BOB MYERS SAN FRANCISO (/P) -«- It took a lo tof chopping to cut down Don Cockell, the sturdy ok of England ors tonight, with Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. In the lone day game, Sam Jones goes against Philadelphia for the Cubs at Chicago in his first start since no'hitling Pittsburgh Thursday. • . - . . .• . By taking their three-game series with the Pirates, the Cards managed to pull within half a game o {'the Cubs. Luis Arroyo'ar- ranged last night's Victory, pitching a six-hit shutout without wallc- ing a man. Bill Sarni was 4-for-4 in Cards' 1-hit attack, which also included homers by Wally Moon an'd Bill Virdon, Ronnie Klnie was the loser as the Bucs continued-'there scoring slump. Pittsburgh • -has crossed the pinto just ^once in the ast 30 inings. but whack him down he did, and today Amrica's Rocky Marciano remains the boss of the world heavyweight fighters. Fifty-four seconds after the ninth round began, the power-punching Marciano disposed of the gallant but battered and beaten challenger. Referee Frankie Brown stopped the scheuled .15-rounder, awarding Marciano a technical knock- but. It was the tory in defense ship. 'The end was sighted in the sixth and drew nearer when the Britisher was sent ropes had first at the bell ending the eighth. The climax came, .when Cockell was smashed to the canvas twice almost as soon as the If II Fights Last Night', By The 'Associated Press San Hrancisco World heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano, 189, Brockton, Mass., stopped Don Cockell, 205, England, bout). New York — Paddy Demarco, 140, Brooklyn, outpointed Manzo, 138, New York, 10. -Brooklyn— Small wood, pointed Bob Provizzi, land, Pa., 10. , May 17, 19SS I? Chick Y«Mf DOMT CRX DEAR-JUST TAKE YOUR PIGGY BANK IN TO DADDY IF YOU MEED MONEX IT DON'T BE DADdY. YOU CAN HAVE )V SILLY THE FOURTEEN —..-^ ( HERE'S CENTS I SAVED K _£* > FIFTY IN MY PIGGX j-^^^f BANK ^t— S (\\ ?£ / ' 9 » . o DADDy MAV I HAVE A QUARTER ? THIS FAMILY AROUND HERE THINKS I'M MADE OF MONEV. OP SPORTB OF ANY KIND. PARTI CULAftLY *- TO A GROWINC3 i inl Rock's fifth vic- of his champion- OUT OUR WAY TH' STATE . — LETTING THEM TAK£ A YOUN<3» ANTELOPE TO TH' UNIVERSITY TO I'M LETTIM' 'EM ALONJE.' THEY'RE <3rTTlW IT HE'S LEARMINJ' SOMETHIM' ABOUT 'EM RIGHT NOW/ Screen Performer IP. INSPECTOR SROWL NABS ME . (>fiOWLjN& A3AIN IN ninth round began. ONLVOWE PERSOM S~Tli.il ALIV6 WHC7 KNOWS POR SURE THAT VC FUMT PIplsl'T KILL LEPTV OP THE P.fVS OWSI5, I'M - WA&H6* UP. 0UT WOTHINJ* PftfeNP . JUMP It took eight counts for the" hog ACROSS, 1 Screen actor, —*-»• Basehart 8 He has been Ih many 13 Interstices 14 Idolize 15 Slight bow 16 Worker in his forte, Miss , Gardner 17 Yugoslav coin lathe dill 20 Sea eagle 22 daze askance 23 Natural power 25 "Elephant boy" Surgical saw 31 tried 35 River, islet 36 Send in payrhent 38 Scottish sail yard' 39 Devotee 40 Playing card 41 Chemical suffix 42 He is a in his field 44 Tidier 46 Arabian gulf 48 Musical note 49 Hand part 52 Soak flax 54 Paltse 58 Run away to marry 60 Age 62 Born 63 Western cattle show 64 Ridicules 66 Years between 12 and 20 67 Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter DOWN 1 Genus of frogs 2 Press 3 Surrender 4 Chinese measure SWinglike part 6 Rant 7 Darlings 8 Exhilarated (dial.) 9 Hateful 10 Lengthy NAILED A <3ENTL£ ONE, BUT WE'P BETTEfe HELP TH self up from the set of his trunks in this bloody ninth, and down he went. He managed gain his feet after five even trying to punch back, About three out of every five Am 50 Century plant 51 Vein of ore. 53 Large,plant 55 Within (cbfftb. • form)'' 56 Observed ericans born in 1890 lived to cele- 29 Girl's name 30 Closer 32 Horse's gait 33 Facility 11 Pertaining to 34 Forest an era -creature 12 Withered 37 Written form 57 Hardy, heroine 19 Spinning toy of Mister 59 Goddfess of the 43 Moisten anniversary in «.\«.T^vi—t»fcaa« t *, r \ , 1. , HfV3'U WASH TOBBS 21 Country 24 Moved s"wiftly45 Air (comb. 26 Ameliorate form) 27 Kite part' 47 Requires 28 Get up 49 Saucy dawn . .61 Brazilian -• macaw .' 65 He—--•- .-, youthful actor OKI THM-J& \ THEY TEST 1 HK THWft.^ 4 CHORE FOR W& WH6R& THE/.IN•FACr 1 .THMXTH WMl. WEDNESDAY SPECIALS PP,AGTIC6 WITH THglA SUlPfeP 7 MI*>SIL& MW>B BV k I 1 IHPU5TBB5, I* »INfl"J. . TESTED NOW I TIDWELLS HOMEGROWN HOUOfA^N PORCB B^5& WU6TV COST HIM PLErJTy, B GREEN BEANS LIFES LON6EST MINUTE OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoopla TIDWELLS HOMEGROWN 4% TENDER GREENS / us \MITH TME KOLE FOK YEAR6 IF VOO'EE 60IMS TO PLAY SV JOMSLB - EUL6S, HOW APDOT Y<?U LITTLE MOvO. RUisI ALOM6 IKi jAKTe'6 SACK HEARD yoo UP VINE RIPENED lost two of five -while (New York has <nOTS AND HER BUDDIES i managed only a 3-3 mark against the West. Cleveland is at Boston in an afternoon game today, with Detroit at Baltimore and Kansas City at Washington in night contests. In the 'National, Brooklyn's HALF GALLON ICE CREAM Dodgers, while losing three games in seven and getting knocked off an 11-game winning streak, (title I have a nine game bulge. The New York Giarvtsi iare second, three GOOD CUTS CARNIVAL percentage points ahead of Mil' •y Dick Tynwr CHUCK ROAST waukee's Braves, who have won The Giants, who open at Mil 155% , Bro oklyn, out waukee tonigt, have won four of six in the West while the fourth- place Chicago Cubs. have the same record against 'the Eastern teams. St. Louis has the best mark, FRESH PORK °%ft» The 13 billion dollars that the NECK BONES BUGS iUNNY dropping just one game against spent for defense dollar total the East for a in 1947 was a larger the -peak year of World War I. trip. The Cards take on the Docig- fUNMX BUSINESS By Henhberg«r ALLEY OOP PONT WHV'D I FINP MVSELF IN -THERE/FIAT ON r^IV BACK WHEN I SHOULDVE BEEN ATTENPIN ...SOMEONE EN IN UKE FUNNY I 7 DON'T REtALL LEWNGTHE T. M. R.g. u. s . p.t OH. Copr. 1955 by NEA S«f,ic«. Inc j|"So glad you could come tonight, Falkner— we're having i a spectacular!" GLANCES Bv Golbral* "I never feel safe since I gave him those tools unless I ; . ask him to fix something that's 'beyond repair!" j VWEETIf PIE By Nodin. Selzer •PISCJLUA'S POP DECIDED TO MAKE SOMETHING- OP MYSELF " H*M*)r Coup*. A G.M/o/ Motor, Vo/ue. FOR THE PRICE, TOO! $2470,00 OLOSMOflLK "H" i-'OOOW.fipAN (»H9WN AT (.(FT) DELIVERED LOCALLY; »TAT» AND LOCAL TAXES EXTRA. thole, of i«d,l ond bdy llyl«, opllongl'^qulpinenl 4 nd i. frlq«i may vary " THI STORY Of MARTHA WAYNI illghtly In "attaining commu- njllf i bv bvcauit of shipping chargit. All pric.i subject la chang* wllhaul nolle*. •..ssttstsa ^ a mistake being engaged to Rolajnd for 10 on»^ the homey way he acts makes me fa«l »kt an oNmarriMl woman like you!" Fop'i got § gray h«tjr! Wi'd better get him » recking < ,«,..... .?....* stotir fo, W» MrtljjivP' » United States than it spent for military uses in ...AND YOU'LL" Has the car of your dreams always been juet out of reacli? Well, prepare for action—"Rocket* 1 •utiou! For if you can fit any new car into your future, you can take title to a dazzling new Oldu- mobile for '55! Doubtful? Juat take a look at our price . . . arid try to sit slill! This big, beautiful "Itocket" Kuginc Oldmnobile makes the low- priced line* iecm "way out of line"! That'* why you don't have to "git this dream out"! You can take command of a "Rocket 8" today! Stop in— GO AHEAD , , . DIUVE IT YOURSKLF! I\XI Yovt Car-C6 f ci IIMM. in VQUI NIAIIST OlP*MO|lll DIAlll Phon« 7-34*1 500$,Wolnut 41 IfKIHlN JUl **HHt* '«*** ». i£< < ^ „ . , , I

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