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>••<!'« *- — .'^'-y'O 1 '•*£% f 7«. t v""7* ! .X ? rr n i "* ' " '"V ~! X >. HOPE, ft A ft, HOP t, ARKANSAS Wednesday, May 18,. 19SS .D**tf Hlihw.y LUCK^S MM «f City Llmltf W*H pmMift W.tec iitrtli to i *"*— -""" H«**AHu WANTID TO BUY l.h'i U**d Shoe* HOUSE fi'b't 5 " Pb« Offlcft (Graduation Gifts Time select & Jewelry . 't Jewelry Store TU6ELESS TIRES •^ at popular prices WHEtL BALANCING I ' 'while you wait <OMA TIRE & SUPPLY : .COMPANY. IntUranee r ATE FARM MUTUAL ^Contact H9RACE HUBBARD ;«2 E. 16tty . , Phone 7-2436 Made Into lnn«ra*rta| _. Mollrau OK I •. Kim Street Phon. 74*11 CROWN WESTERN SHARES if* «T Olifirttoted income Fund' jjf Pr«*M«tue .available from K ABATES /*">, ''***"**' , Phone 7-44M 71 West of Hope If ELECTRIC <&**"**El i j)ING oUr r, Truck, .. r . ,„ , .. Jr«.\j*, ffare at near SB your phone" ' DIAL 7-2767 ...gj^ah .. ^....^ i.- CLASSIFIED Adi MUM 0e IH Diy i«for-e Publication WANtADHATfiS AT) Wont AdS Ore payable "c* but, ea« win bi "• • tfM' *'t*fXMl4£Mtt '~'I42£Jf' Tne Toiepi tune • ,ona i tion account*'allowed wlttl the un' dersfondlnfl the account I* payable .Wffifl ifiJf*WhTf«'7*ft<Hfea.. Of Wctfdr Dp to 15 le »o . Six (few 29 Day Dayi bejyl Mihffi >4S .90 1.50 4.5C ,60 J ,20.-2.00 6.00 26 to 30 fl |».3S 36 to 40 ' .90 -J.6S 1.20 1.80 5.10 2.40 ' 3.00 . 3.00 4.00 . 4.50 5.00 ,9.00 io.SO 12.00 .13.50 lI.OO CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 ; time ...,i 4 ,.„,;. 75c per (rich 3 }'*«» ...«..«»... eOc per Inch 6 flhie* ......; .;.. SOe per IncH , Kbtei AJofed bBdve on for corf- McutlVa tnsetildm. Irrejlildr br skip; date .adt will take the,one-day rate. All dally classified .advertising copy wlfl.bV accepted until S p. m. for publication the folloWiriB day. . The publishers .reserve the right to .revise or edit .all, advertisements offered tor pui)llc6?iori and to reject any objectionable advertising tub, rriitteu . . Initials' of one or more letteri, groups or•. fl&Utei fcuch ai house or teltpHonn numbers cbunt os one word. .The Hope Star will hot be reiport* ilble for errors in 'Want Ads unlesi errors are called to our attention oftef FIRST Insertion of bd and then for ONLY, the .ONE ftiebrrect Insertion PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent IX room unfurnished house. 812 West 4th< $35 a month. Dial 72247. 1.0-tf Apartment, "private" bath, entrance, garage. ". '603 .West 4fh, phone 7-4374. 13-6 Political Announcement , Star 1*. authofj*«d io an* notujcfe that the following ate candidates for public office subject to the action of th? Democratic primary election!: Mayor fiiffip M. ty. (OLIE) OLSON TALBOT FEiLD. JH: Real Estate tor SoU WE SELL — we rent — we buy ii Estate. FRAMLlN COMPANY May 9-1 Mo. MY HOME — one mile north 6t Lcwisvilie on Highway 29. Three acres of lahd, four room hottse •With .bathroom and fixtures. One attic fan, one window fan, two Leaders in the Major Leagues •By United Press LEASING lATfMftd (Battd on 75 official at bats) LEAGUE G AS fc H Pet Kuenn, Detroit 31 183 22 53 .3(98 Power, K. C. 23 89 22 35 .393 KSllrle; Detrbit 31 119 25 45 .378 Bauer, N.Y. 20117 29 38 Mantle, N.Y. 29,. 106 '30 33 NATIONAL LEAGUE Mueller,. N.Y 28 110 17 44 Campanella, ferooklyn Virdon, St.L. .323 Logan, Mil. Schoendienst, St. Louis 31 117 22 87 31 117 22 42 18 31 23 41 .400 .359 -356 .350 27 IDS 19 38 .343 HOM6 .RUNS — Snider, Dodgers 11 Marflle, Yankees 10, Zfcrnial, Athletice. 10 Furlllo, Dodgers 9 Kluszewski, Rcdlegs 9. , RUNS BATTED IN •-- Snider* Dodgers 36 , Cahipahella, Dodgers 33. Furiilo, Dodgers 29; 2ernial, Athletics 28 Verrioh, Senators 28 rtU.NS — Snideh, Dodgers 34 Mantle, Yankees 30, Bauer, Y'ah- iees 29 Smith. Indiahs 26 Kaline, Tigers 25 Aarori, Braves 25 Dark, Giants 25. Hits — Kuenn, Tigers 53 ka... .... line, Tigers 45 Mueller, Giants bedsteads with springs, two cot- [44 Oampanella, Dozers 42 Laton mattresses, one dresser, ohn gari u Braves 41. K-T-MITE " > j 1 • Termite Control Service It, /'Free Inspection Owned 4 Operqfed by GUY GRIGG Service policy ' 109 South .Main St Phonei 7-3445 or 7-2772 CURRY'S I ** rermite Control Co. •BONDED •INSURED • GUARANTEED I (for Free Inspection * coll > A D. Middlebrookt Jr. 'Phqnfes 7-2522 or 7-3791 ft 1 ' room Unfurnished', house, at '•tic fan, close-in. Phone 7-3662. ••"• ' • • • . May 14 garage apartmen for"adults Close-in. Phone 7-5551. • • • 16-6 SIX ROOM: house. 27 acres, elec . t'ricity, deep'-: well, iVfe mile's out — old-67.West Phone 7-3759. 17-3t For Sola SANTJ. Gravel, tbp.sbU, fill dirt , Plione 7-4392'. A. L. PafK. May 15-1 Mo FERTILIZER, ' ammonia, and ni 1 trate soda. Cheap for cash. J. W Strickland. AprU 21-1 Mo TWO; BEDROQM home 1% bldqk from Bropkwbod School at 8H East 5th;; Call 5 7-557J. , 28-t SIX BEDROOM, 2 story house with 2Ms. b^ajhs.;, Ideal for ropminj holise, 2 blo'cks frdm town. I*rice< right. 521 South,Main. W. H, Fin horte 7-22.09-. May lOri Mo TWO FRAME ; hornes, with i acre oge; close-in,' low down p'ayrnent .-SAMUELS REAL ESTATE Ph one 7-3766. May 17-1 Mo 120 FEET wall fixtures — fountain .; and back .bar, cash . reglstev .booths for sale at Byers -Drug Will be open Monday and Tues day May 23-24. J. V. Rogers. 18-4 BABY BUGGY, in good condition "p'riced to sell. 212 E. 16th. Phon 7-2436. 18-3 20 GEESE for said. $2 each. W Berlin Jones, 3 miles East Pat mos, Ark. -'•-,.' 18-6 •<:«• Offered MATTRESS renovation and Inatr. jprfof wortr, Cobb MattreM Co 1l9 Bout Wajhlnfton. ; Phoot T-XOI, Mir. ttr RALPH Montgomery Market, Ctu torn ilaufhterlng. Pboo* f-3M> 10-1 Mo Hope Star January U, !•« every weekday afternoon br tTAft rUIUSHING CO. ''*• .!• £sH tr ' P'«»w»"t> IW 4 ^JKSKnjKF* ^ flS-14 touth Woin u t ftreel * * Nape, Arkaniai W«*fc«rn, Editor k Publlthw ;*»*•»,- M«nagin» Mttor Oar)*' A«y«rrlilna ManaflW ••', Hvirner, Meek. Su»t. .r Hope Act ef Mar«h 1, I Ml, >f fee I Audi* •weaei >, i Cl/culoHam riMwrtptipfl Rate(payable" Cn' n$H Jo 29 1300 MOVING? Long Distance Moving All Moving Rates are not the "same. Call collect 592 Prescof Transfer and storage Inc. Pres cott, Ark. Free Estimate. , May i4-tf ~" Notice Jess -Morris, for custom slaughtering and cold storage at Com- rpuhity Ice Co. Phone 7-2244 or 7-3478. April 22-1 Mo. Funeral Director! OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insur. ahce . . . Ambulance, 2nd & Hazel ... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNBLIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service. Phone 7-5570 or 7-5503. M-1 Mo. Help Wonted WANTED — Experienced waitress. Apply in Person. Mac's Restaurant, ^09 E. Third or house next door. 16-tf Awnings r coun* 2,40 4**2&ter \ If Cahya? Awnings and metal a,Wn- ings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Rug Cleaning. CQOPERrBLANKENSHIP Formerly Riley Cooler J613 te»as ^Vve. phone 32-iHl texarkana, Tex. May M-1 Mo. -t- For lebte SUPER SERVICE Station. 3rd »tid Laurel. Reasonably priced. gee 8, L, Murphy for 4et4ils. Wonted to luV BEDROOM home. Must be }n. Write letter giving ftnfc details to 9021: "A", care of lope Star. J7-31 wardrobe, one bedroom heatei 1 , one living room suite which cott- slsts of one divan," one platform rocker, two straight chairs, one living room hater, one 17 inch Emerson TV set, one rut. otip dining room set consisting of one. table, four chairs, one Tappan range, 6ne GE refrigerator, oiie national pressure cooker, oh« rug, well house with well pump, one. Day ahd Night hot water heater, one heating stove, one washing,, machine, two tubs, one car house, one chicken house and chickert yard, 9. head white l«ig- horn chickens, one automobile garage good location, one rural mail. bp'x. This place is priced at $7,0000: Telephone 298-R-3. Catl' Wllkerson, Lewisville, Ark. 16-fit ^'ITCHING — (Based on 3 decisions) — Newcombe, Dodgers 5-0 1.000 Arroyo, Cardinals (30) 1,000 Jctffcoat Cubs 3-0 1.000 Consuegra, White ' Sox (3-0) I.OOO TUrley, Yankees (6-1) .857. AMERICA^ LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Cleveland Chicago New York Kansas City Washington Baltimore 1017 FOSTER AVE. — Large . 6 Boston 1 room home. Shady lot, Pavement. Ask us'"about this Bargaid. SOUTH ELM, 800 block, corner lot, large shade trees, 2 car garage, 6 rooms; 3 bedrooms, can be financed on very liberal terms. Small down payment. GOBNKR ieth.ahd Hervey Sts. . rooms, ; scrfeeried in breez^way buiit in garage, large" roomy .'.lot, Ai- tic .fan, flopr fUrriace. Close_ to hi^K and Junior High School.. $750 down, FHA-GI. . LlEMLONGl REALTY CO. 7-2228 16-3t BEtJR'OOM home, close-in j»?ved streets, $200 cash, balance like rent. Phone 7-4308. 17- ' WELL IMPROVED 1,000 acre' cattle ranch, modern home, plenty of water and grass. Cari be 'bought 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 BROWN BIL'LFOLID containing im jpprtant papers. Return to, R6sco Lacy at Saenger theatre . for reward. ,., 18-it H«lp Wonfrtd SALARY, car allowance, commissions and renewals io cell and train others ( to sell lifetime coverage hospital Plan. Write A. T,,Thomp son, 212 Center,' Little Rock. 18-6t LIVE WIRE salesman for local territory to sell the nationally famous Amana Freezer food plan. Plenty of prospects. Car necessary. Interview in Hope next few day?. Write in confidence to Box X, Hope Star. 18-lt FemaU Holp Wanted SALESLADY — part time, Must have car to call on prospects for the Aftiaha freezer food plan opportunity for better than average income interview this week. Box X.- Hope Star.' IB-It AVON cosmetics are" irt gb'd'd d'e- mand. We need dependable colored lady in Hope, Write Mrs. Hulsey, Albert Pike Station, Hot Springs, 18-3t 20 10 ..667 18 10 .643 18 il .621 16 15 .516 15 18 .455 12 18 .400 11 18 .379 4'/., 8'/ 2 10 20 .333 10 YftSttrday'a Results Boston 10, Cleveland 3 Kansas City 1; Washington 0 Baltimore 3, Detroit 2 New York 1, Chicago 0 Today's Game* Kansas City at Washington Detroit at Baltimore Chicago at New York Cleveland at Boston NATIONAL firooklyri f Milwaukee St. Louis New York Chicago Cincinnati Pittsburgh Philadelphia LEAGUE W L Pet, 26 6 17 14 14 13 15 14 1615 11 J8 11 id !9 19 GB .806' . .548 8 .519 9 .517 9 .516 9 .379 13 .367 IS'/j .321 14 1 / 2 Yesterday's Results St. Louis 3, Brooklyn 0 Cincinnati 9, Pittsburgh 2 Milwaukee 9j • New York 4 Philadelphia at Chicago (ppd cold). „ . Today's Games Brooklyn at St. Louis. (night) Philadelphia at Chicago 2 New York at Milwaukee (night Pittsburgh' at Cincinnati SPORTS ROUNDUP ; §y 6AVLE TALBOT. NEW YORK Wl—The One sad feature of ah otherwise surpris- Irlgly fine heavyweight fight is the fact that Rocky Marciano is being portrayed to British fans as a "'dirty fighter" who employed back alley tactics to defeat their game champion Don Cockell. D'id they wish td be completely honest with their public, the dozen War carrespondehlts who accompanied Cockell from London to San Francisco could have cabled home that the world champion fought a rough fight, as he always does. To say that the Rock is a dirty fighter is to distort the truth, ' or to display a vast ignorance of the boxing game. Over a long period we havo known and watched more than a few fighters who were mean, habits, who wants to win a fight as quiclsly and decisively as possible. But for his rushing, crowding, ever-swinging style, Rocky never could have- been a champion. With his short arms and lack of height, the bpy from Brockton was never cut out to be a faric^ dan. tja had to get in where' he could maul ah opponent ceaselessly and never permit him to rest. an instant and eventually slug him silly. By the very nature of his he^d- long attack, the Rock is alrrtp'st certain to fracture a small riilc how and then, as he did against the bulbous Briloh. But no 'ojie Who has been around the modiist champ for more than five minutes and wishes to be entirely fair, is going to accuse him of deliberate- Hurling Seems to Be Better in Majors By ED WILKS By The Associated Press From the looks of the post severi daj's, this may. turn out to be n pitcher's year in the major leagues IheTr first since 1951. •It's been four years since the pitchers got together and confronted the hitters with as many as 13 guys who won 20 or rndre. Since then the hurlers with the whamrpy h.ave .fallen off to six in '52 .eigHt'in :'53 and six again last seasoti," " . . v^ • '• i ; j « U • i t D\JII & iiiii\-i\j tj»v*fc«»**.w — Right now, 17 pitchers have won run home without a hit. four or more (a year ago there were 13) and they've had fielp from the rest to give the majors handcr for 10 hits, but when lfi<3 chios were down, Jackson went to a curve ball and found the answer. Home runs by Red Schoendienst and Ken Boyer gave it to the Cards, who got nine hits off Carl Erskine. losing his first in six de- ^ cisions, and Jim Hughes. TJb « Cards moved up from fifth into a two-percentage-point edge over the fourth-place Giants. At New York, Ford dueled with Billy Pierce for seven innings be- f6re claiming his third shutout of the season and fifth victory. Pierce blew it in the sixth when he walked Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra. . After a double steal attempt that moved Mantle-to third but nipped m, Yogi at second, Pierce walked Elston Howard. Then Eddie Robin;son's infield grounder brought the ornery and crafty, both inside ancllly cutting the corners to achieve a a total of 39 shutouts to date. In autside the ring. A few of them victory. If the British people come """"^ " f (ho "™° l <*"•»» ««..«.««.. might havn been described as'out of this believing their man vicious. Marciano is none of these. hie is a gentleman of impeccable was done in by foul tactics, they deserv better. OUT OF DOORS m Atlanta New '-Orleans Chattanooga Birmingham Memphis Nashville Mobile Little Rock 23 L Pet. GB 14 .G22 ; ?1 23 21 1? 18 20 11 24 11 14 16 15 18 .600 1 .590 1 .583 '•! .514 4 .474 5 .314 11 26 .297 12 Yesterday's Result* A.tlanta 13, Mobile 4 Chattanooga 6, Memphis 5 Nashville 5, Little Rock 2 (Only games scheduled) Today's Games Atlanta at Mobile Chattanooga at Memphis Nashville at Little Rock Birmingham at New Orleans COTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Hot Springs 13 9 El Dorado Gieenville Monroe Pine Bluff Vicksburg i'2 9 11 9 11 10 10 11 6 15 .591 .571 .550 .524 .476 .286 '/a 1 1'A The Negro Community Or brlnq Iteriii to Wlsi turnor at Hick? Funeral Homa The H6pe Civic Improvement Association will meet Thursday flay 19 at,the regular meeting >lace at 7:30 p. m. asfcing all mem ters to be present and on firne, St. Andrews Lodge No. 10 will meet Friday May 20 fit the hall :30 Q. 01. Dupos Hangs a Defeat on Ryoff . (*) JRalpiU Diip^s pi; NPS/ pr. tans 'won a Bloody 10-round split ecision in handing the No. 3 is first professional defeat last light before the largest paid crowd n New Orleans boxing history. But many of the 9.200 fans, disagreed with U Yesterday's Result* Hot Springs 8, Pine Bluff 3 Greenville 5, Vicksburg 3 El Dorado 9, Monroe 4 Today's Game$ Hot Springs at El Porado Monroe at Greenville Vicksburg at Pine Bluff By Tht Associated Pr*ss AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St.' Paul 7 Omaha 6 (10 innings) Charleston 6 Indianapolis: 4 Toledo 11 Louisville 3 Minneapolis 8 Denver i TEXAS LeAGUE Shrevepdrt i Oklahoma City 0 Houston. 8 Fort Wprth I Other games postponed WESTERN LEAGUE Des Moines 1 Sioux City 0 Wichita 3 Pueblo 2 Only games scheduled. TgCH WINl CtARKSVILLB Wl — Arkansas whipped The College of the - 6-4 here yesterday irj an as Intercollegiate Conference baseball game. Bruce Me- Council led the Tech attack with #«d ft By JOE STETSON Dog Editor- It.is a mistaken idea that many of our breeds of today'are ancient. Though there ar esome which lave been relatively, similar in. ,ype and reasonably pure in blood- ines for many centuries, the vast majority of today's "purebred" dogs have only been typed for a 'e\v canine generations. Even these ,ypes have, in many instances, changed in style. The setter, much to the surprise of many people, was used as a hun- ,ing dog before the use of firearms as sporting weapons. In fact, although it is thought by some that the breed \vas so named because dogs sat or "set" their game upon locating it, it is more probable that the name stemmed from the fact that game was caught in nets which were 'set" or . drawn over both dogs and game when the dogs located and pointed. The setter belongs to the span-el family. The long-haired hunt- ng dogs of Spain varied a great deal in size. They varied, too, in the intensity of their instinct to point. ' It is only natural that the largeiv dogs of the spaniel family could cover more ground. This made mnting more productive and the .ype of the dog began to follow the pattern of practical ,size and point- ng ability. Color varied through the gamut f spaniel coloring. There were >lack and whites, red .and whites, reds, usually' with . white chests, "eel and perhaps a white blaze with iome ticking on the head and muzzle, blacks and black and tans. _If certain individuals or fanciers in: certain localities happen- fed to breed dogs of similar coloring because of preference or convenience, color as well as conformation was typed. Upon the development of fowling pieces, the use for the pointing spaniel multiplied and its popularity remained. "high until this day. In the intervening period we find the predominantly red and the red and white setters popular in Ireland. , The red dogs, called Irish setters, became more and more solid in color until 25 years ago when only bibs, 'blazes and occasional white front toes broke the solid mahogany coats. They have been further selected so that today they are solid mahogany. In Scotland, the black and tans were typed p and the Duke of Gordon is. credited with important contributions to the development of the breed which bears his name. . The.. English setters run the gamut of coat variations with such an occasional extreme as to confirm the common ancestry of all the setters not so many generations ago. (Distributed by NEA Service) Fights Last Night By The Associated Press New Orleans Ralph Dupas, T37%, New Orleans,, outpointed Frankie Ryff, -137, Brooklyn, 10. Ocean Park, .Calif. — Ncal Riv ers, 154, Las Vegas, knocked out Bones Davis, 157, Wilmington, Calif., 7,Tampa, -Fla. '-^- Armand Savoie, 139'/2. Montreal, outpointed Aldo Mente, 139'/ 2 , Miami, 10. An estimated six million school childrbn have -uncorrected visual defects says the Better Vision Institute. Experienced Mechanics New & Used PARTS Don't Wait? Have thai" work done on your car or truck now. Have that glass installed that's broken. WYLIE Gloss & Salvage Co. West 3rd Street OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK of the past three seasons there were only 35 scoreless performances on record at this stage. Thirty-two pitchers have figured in the whitewashings, and 13 shutouts have come in the past week — including Don Newcombe's one- hitter at Chicago and Sad Sam Jones' no-hitler against Pittsburgh. •There were three shutouts last night. Rookie Larry Jackson put the collar on National League- leading Brooklyn at St. Louis in a 3-0 Cardinal victory. In .the American League, Alex Kellner gave the Kansas City Athletics a 1-0 triumph - for the New York f ankees. against the Chicago White Sox. • • . Only two other National League games were played. Milwaukee took over second place, ..eight games behind the Brooks, by beating New York's Giants 9-4. cinati made it six • straight Cinde- feats for Pittsburgh 9-2. Cold weather shelved Philadelphia's game at Chicago. In the American, Boston knocked off Cleveland 10-3 and Baltimore beat Detroit 3-2. Jackson's no-run job on Brooklyn gave St. Louis its third % whitewash victory in four games. The Kansas City managed just six hits off Maury McDermott, but got home in front on the Washington lefty's lone walk, a sacrifice and a single by Kellner in the fifth. Erv Palica, the ex-Brooklyn right-hander, gave up six hits to the Tigers, but not more than one in any inning. Billy Cox. another former Dodger, homered for the Orioles. At Milwaukee, the Giants' Dort Meller saw his 2 4- game hitting streak stopped, settling for a IJ2 for the club's record. Gene Conley won his fifth on nine hits, riding out homers by Willie Mays and Hank Thompson while the Braves pounded five Giant pitchers for 15 hits. Joe Ad--l cock had four-for-five, including a home 'run. Al Corwin was the loser. Cleveland, missing the injured Al Rosen, Bobby Avila and Georgie Strickland finally was dumped at Fenway Park after taking 11 straight at the Red Sox handout. Early Wynh lost it, his first set-back of the season, when Jackie' Jensen and Eddie Joost homered for four runs in the fifth. Bill Henry won his first with help's from Ellis Kinder. At Cincinnati, Joe Nuxhall wrapped it up with an eight-hitter and a tree-run double in the sec- Brooks tagged the young right- ond inning. how much you tan save on auto insurance! Compare and you'll find Allstate, the company founded by Sears, offers rates usually lower than those of most companies—a really better auto insurance value! At the same time, you can count on Allstate for finest protection; friendly agent service and fast, fair claim settlements throughout the United States and Canada. You can't buy better, why pay more? ,See why 'Allstate sold more auto insurance in 1954 than any other company based on direct written premiums. See or phone your Allstate Agent today. CECIL WEAVER 214 S. Spruce St. Phone 7-3143 You're In good bonds with T N * U R A N STOCK COMPANY. PROTECTION Founded by Sean An Illinois corporation founded by Sears, Roebuck ond Co. wilh 'V assets and liabilities distinct and separate from the parent company. Home office: Skpkle, III, Big features-like double safety, most room, widest vision -up Hudson sales 136% More that's new— different, better! It's Hudson with exclusive Double Strength Single Unit construction that is twice as safe —with the most seatroom and headroom and the widest wrap-around windshield in the business. 'No wonder Hudson sales are way up! Come in; see for yourself! ' "«$&•• A ' xjjir* TOU-TEX COMPANY EAST THIRD STMET HOM, ARKANSAS v m VIM •t Ctitelt Yeeiif 32ARK IRI ONE OF THESE DAYS I'M GOING TO DISCONNECT THAT DOORBELL: ELMO. IS IT A BROTHER ORA SISTERS 6V" i SIMPLY , DOING I DON'T KNOW- ^ „ ,_ IT wbMT'STOP ) \ tf AND NOBODY S(^ \ HOMETOANSWER MR. BUMSTEAR 1 CAMEOVtR' TO TELL'VOO WE HAVE A NEW BABVAT OUR HOUSE TV, KOOKJ Wl"t 50M PART IM. SPORTS.' OUT OUt WAY 6y MUK^ O'M.lky tiKl Answer to Previous Puztlt Cooking Lesson ILLER BR01 101 LO WEST WP, I'M MOT J00V*»K!*)e 2 Curved molding 3 Enforced delay 4 Horseman 5 Passage in brain 6 Critic 7 Australian ostrich 8 Flies 9 Atop 10 Dregs Essential ACROSS 1 Peas in the 4 Spanish 8 Filet of 12 Grow older 13 Ledger entry 14 Individuals 15 Uted to catch flsh lift Lays bare "18 Farm ; machines . 20 Eaten away ;"2l Correlative of J,. neither . 22 Possesses i 24 Places .' 29 Discord •!, goddess "27 Posed .30 Each ' 32 Calm : 34 Slacker Correct j 36 Country hotel. '• 37 Pot covers i 38 Chess pie?e ! 40 Mirth ,' 41 Pronoun ; 4i Musical drama 45 Holy war *' r 49 Entertainment 25 Preposition 26 Weird 27 Divides, as an egg 28 Afresh 29 Sea bird 31. Place to store wine 33 Heavy cords 38 Determine 40 Salute 41 Pursues game 42 Harem rooms 43 Heap 44 Level 46 Disturb 47 - and nut pudding 48 Pitcher 50 Observe WASHTUBiS 17 Thicker 19 Medicates 23 Shreds 24 Buddhist dialect THIS WAS CORRECTE AMP NUMBER 3 W^9l^ SUCCESS! BUT NUMBER 4-STARTED-ON COURSE,' THEN suppmy WAS u>sr BOKrJ THIRT/ VEARg. TOO SOOrJ OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoopto COULD I FOI3S5T yoO,OUI?OLD ?!S >iD i/J? J£ F OTT P|l<Ej ™ E COei I'M' HSC& TO 1<ILL THE TOvOsi' S1 6 A £M6 R< WELL ' IWE 60T A 50ME ATOMIC TV C0M&D/ 1 t TALL ^ Y<9L) ' ' F Yl9UlvjE ' ANV WiM6 IM YOUR POC^ CE ' T A COPY OF 3Oe ;' 81: Marble . •. 52 Toward the v sheltered side Ba.Revise ; 54 French ; summer > 55 Dispatched 56 French delicacies 97 Indian •weight AMD t MEED A'leaJw.'— -AMY s NeiSHBOK- HOOD LATELY, OR YOU'QUIT ., / M!LLER/ OTHERWISE I T>..l?eCT YOU TO A VERY •OOTS AND HER BUDDIES 1 Cooking vessels CARNIVAL •r Dick Turner BUGS PUNNY WHAT,'U. I D-OO ABOUT THIS T-TeAJf IN AAV PANTS? fUNNV BUSINESS By Herahbergcr I'LL RENT VA THIS FISHIN' POLE FEf? A BUCK, PORKY.' ^GUARANTEES T 1 CATCH ANVTHIN'.' ALLEY OOP ,.. IM NOT WAITING FOR THE AGREEP SIGNAL FROM THE RSHE£MEN,.,THEV'RE J? SOMETHING f- HAPPENED.IN TH,IS VCOMING BACK JUST AS LABORATOPjy'THATr J PASTAS THE KILO- CONfr KNOW ANV- WATTS WILL BRING" THING ABOUT... !"I certainly hope you're not expecting much in the way :; : ofatip!" SIDE GLANCES Bv Golbralth ... "One more, quick—the boss is coming!" •WfETIFPIE By Nadin. SeU.r *t'«»»!»«."^-. Ml»***»(** • .AND GIRLS THI $TQiy OF MARTHA WAYNf KAV? EVEK WEN SO The coUision knocked out my radio-^-mind if I listen to yours till we see how that young doctor cam* it^vOf". »**» w| «*» »*' 's-iBMawfats in thip myd! Tht dirt's just a little Witl 1 '"/ tAi « r'V . i <. *\ >Mvki.>jM , w *-«i <{ ,' *fr**rafi*

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