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"*• IAL CLOSE OUT HO PI STAR, "fTfr.M,. kHOMA Tint 4 SUPPLY COMPANY s^to-.'i'... ^« Ui hew foe your , , , ' AIR-CONDITIONER Mini Tire A Appliance Co. Sf: ; .;' ; ••'-•••-S. W*t«ut8t «D SEWING MACHINES $22.50 Up INGER SEWING CENTER "friauth Elm Phone 7-5840 ir-'--,?..*.. .' and JR CONDITIONING jyfp;--SERVICE APPLIANCE REPAIR £l.uek. -' Highway •? W«M '' ' ..i.-.. W$ED FURNITURE CO. «dO« of City Limit. Wert a»llon Water Barred for ••!• ^ : l»hbrie, 74Mt , • Hops. Ark, ||(^Y0u 'NEED LUMBER? Bn, Siding,848, flooring, boxing. C.B. WADDLE LBR. CO. :l"V.'.^v ' .^•'••*Ji _t-.-.L':'; '^'''«?»^4 ",.East... ... .< Oi" 7-4974 HlBttway 4 East "" V 7-3250 t her SP HMATTftESSES or Mad* Into lnn«ra»rta| ,, Work. auanntM* sBji.'^rr' .'On*.' Diy-.8«rv.le« ' — , *** : «'•""•••• OAVK:' •' •' & Mottrcti C*. ^,™. •. Elm Str.iH Phone 7-1211 :p!W3&*$>:•'."_• •- "•' '• •-- ' • • : IOWN WESTERN SHARES ' •( Olveralfled Income Fund <: PfMpcctut available from M.S. BATES s - AGENT Ai^c. .. Phone 7-44M *1 Wett of Hope ^LECTRIC WELDING w anywhere. C«ll ue. ui for your Car, Truck, • Tractor repatre. > are as ne,ar as your phone" f DIAL 7-2167 IEE-T-MITE Termite Control Service •'".; Free Inspection , ; Owncd & Operated by Sfryice policy 109 South Main St. 7-3445 or 7-2772 CARRY'S '•rmite Control Co. • BONDED •INSURED • GUARANTEED I* For Free Inspection A. D. Middlebrooks Jr. fPHones,7,2822 or 7-3791 —__^ ___ fe^HopeStar l|ff;>r*» January 1|, mt nft»'noon bv CO. . t, Pplmcr, ^r«vld«n» , H. Wethburn, s«rv-Tr«i at Th« S»or Hppf, Ml H. Jonni, Manantna Erfllor M. Davit, Advertlslnq W. NoiPMr, M.rh CLASSIFIED Adi Mutt Be 1*1 Office day Before Publication WANT AD RATES All Wont Ads or* poyofal* In ftdvbnee but od» will be accepted over th* telephone and oceomoda- tlon occoUntt allowed witti the un- derttanding the account, is payable When' it otsment It • rendered. Number Df Word* Jo to 15 I* »6 SO !l to 25 !« to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 One .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Three Day* .9(5 1.20 1.50 1.60 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six One bays Mon/th 1.50 4.50 2.00 6.00 2.50 7.50 3.00 9.00 3.50 10.50 4.00 12.00 4.50 13.50 5.00 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 75c per Inch 3 tlme§ 60c par Inch 6 times 50c per inch Rates quoted above are for consecutive insertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy Will be acrepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such as house or- telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Stdr will not be responsible for errors. In Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent FURNISHED 'two room apartment, newly decorated. Garage. No children. Mrs. Judson, 220 N, Elm. 19-tf Political Announcement The Star is authorized to announce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections: For Mayor B. L. HETTIO H. M. (OL1E) OLSON TALBOT FEILD. JR. Business For Lease ONE SUPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. 8-tf Help Wanted MAN" lo do custom work with a one row tractor. Contact Hunt's Red Lake Store. 30-3t SETTLED LADY for permanent saleswork. Give age, experience and . references. Address to Box 125, Hope, Ark. Wanted BEDROOM, private balh and pri- vale entrance. 319 North Elm. Phone 7-3391. 27-Gt 3 BOOM furnished garage apartment. Available June 1st. Phone 7-2205. 30-3t UNFURNISHED Apartment. Four large rooms. South side, lots of shade. 1 420 South Greening Street. George W. Hobison, Phone 74303. 1-Ct COTTAGE apartment. Nicely furnished two rooms, private bath. .Electric refrigerator, bills -paid. 917 West 6th. Telephone 7-4345 or 7-3406. 2-3t For Sale SAND, Gravel, topsoU, fill dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. -:'•: May 15-1 Mo. TWO BEDROOM home 1% block from Brookwood School at 819 East 5th.' Call. 7-5574. 28-tf AGENTS lo sell hospitalization coverage in Hempstead county. Can furnish plenty of leads. Will give restricted county to right man. Must own automobile, be bondable, have at least high school education, have desire to earn better than $400.00 per month Write P. O. Box 195G, Little Rock, Arkansas. 3Q-3t Awnings Canvas Awnings and metal awnings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating • old blinds. Rug Cleaning. COOPER-BLANKENSHIP Formerly Riley Cooper 1815 Texas Ave. Phone 32-1841 Texarkana, Tex. May 14-1 Mo. Pep Displays Sportsmanship BOSTON (m — Willie Pep the boxer today was hailed as Willie Pep the sportsman as a result of his fourth round technical knockout of Joey Cam of East Boston. Pep opened an inch and a ha gash over Cam's left eye midwa in the third round of their schec uled 10-rounder at Boston Aren lest night — then eanced awa to avoid hitting his bleeding opp nent. The 2,486 fans on hand roare approval of Pep's gesture whic was seen also by a national tele vision audience. Real Estate for Safe WE SELL — we rent — we buy Real Estate. FRANKLIN COMPANY May 9-1 Mo. A total eclipse of the,sun can occur only the moon is somewhere near its closest approach to "the earth. Bethlehem, Nazareth, Egypt, Emmaus 'ancl Lebanon are all SIX BEDROOM, 2 story house with 2V4 baths. Ideal for rooming towns in Pennsylvania, house, 2 blocks from town. Priced right. 521 South Main. W. H. Fincher, Phone 7-2209. May 10-1 Mo. TWO FRAME homes, with acreage, close-in, low down payment. SAMUELS REAL ESTATE Phone 7-3766. May 17-1 Mo. JOHN DEER-.-tie baler, side delivery rake 'and. young horse. B. E. Green, Patmos. ' ' 27-6t ALUMINUM Boat and : outboard Legal Notice NOTICE OF SALE m NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UNDERSIGNED AS MORTGAGEE IN THAT CERTAIN MORTGAGE EXECUTED MAY 27, 1954, BY .A. E. SLUSSER TO AND IN FAVOR OF A G MARTIN, . .WILL AT 'lO'OO O'CLOCK, A: M., JUNE 10, 1955 AT THE EAST ENTRANCE TO HOUSE IN THE Roberts Keeps Phils Out of the Basement By ED CORRIGAN Of The Associated Press Without collegiate looking Rbbi. Roberts, the Philadelphia Phiille could, give the Pittsburgh Pirate good run for the National Ledgu cellar. But so long as Robin persists ii mining 20 or bolter games a sea Box on, thc Phillies will stay out o 30-3t he basement. Roberts has won 2 r more games the past five ypar and 1955 will be no exceptoin ic continues at his present pace The Phillies have won just -1 lames as they ride along in sev nth place, and Roberts has \von ight of them, including a neat *six it 3-1 decision over the Chicago 'ubs last night. In fact, the Phils themselves com to be snapping out of 'Hhi oldrurhs they've won 9 of thei nst 11 games, and, although, they re just above the Pirates in the landings, they are only four ames behind the third place New "ork Giants. 'Elsewhere in the National League, the Brooklyn 'Dodgers trimmed the -Milwaukee' Braves 11-8; ;the Redlegs whipped the New York Giants 5-2 and thc Cardinals slapped down Ihe Pirates, G-2. : In the American League, the Cleveland Indians shut .out the Baltimore Orioles, 5-0; ;the New York Yankees won a doubleheader from the Kansas City A's; 3-1 and 8-1; the Chicago White Spx edged the Boston Red Sox, i '4»5*i and ithe Detroit Tigers blanked'tHe Washington Senators, 9-0. Duke Snider was the big gun in the Brooklyn victory hitting three home runs and narrowly'' missing No. 4, His fourth try hit the right field screen and he had;io settle for a double. He now has'vlS home runs for the season. ' •• .| The Redlegs got one : fof .their rare well pitched games., aid aided by home ru&s > by Ted fKJuszew.ski and Roy McMillen, had''|no trouble with thc Gianls. Joe Nuxhall held Leo Durocher's .men to five hils. Nuxhall had a four-hit shutout until Ihe ninth when Willie Mays hit a homer with Don Mueller on base. Luis Arroyo tossed His;sixlh vic- THE COURT ° F motor. See Odis Harvey at Dia- S"^. ° F ™ p ?. HEMPSTEAD mond Taff 30 ..) t I COUNTY, ARKANSAS, AND PUR- mona (.ate. rfu .n SUANT TQ TERMS OF SAID OVERHEAD garage . door, 8 by 7 feet, all • metal. Contact Norman M'oore. • ' ' r< : • 3Q-3t DINING Room Suit. 5 pieces. Yell low Chrome. Phone.7-2395. l-3t 68 DIFFERENT Daylily varieties Many blooming now. Also 50 Nev Hampshire pullets, Arthur Gray Ozan, 2-3 FOR SALE My home at 1209 South Elm Street. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, attic fan, floor furnace, partically floored storage in attic, utility room and plenty of storage space. Kitchen full of built-in cabinets, plus disposal. Will sell very reasonable if can turn in next 10 days. Shown by appointment only. Call 7-3761 and ask for Cline Franks. Offered ICATTBE6S renovation . aqd Inner- •prlng work Cobb Mattress Co. 819 South Wt«hlnKton. Phone T-2«ai. liar, 4-tf Iff* ,'jnoll . ..,..,„.,...,„...„... 13,00 Memptlwd, N»v<?dq, itul Mili«r RALPH Montgomery Market, Cus- torn «]augbtering Phono 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. MOVING? Long Distance Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer and storage Inc f Prescott, Ark. Free Estimate. • . • May 14-tf movjng, reasonable rates, Mack Hillery, Pres^oU, Phone 843-KH. ' May 23'lMo ,,,„„,. 1.10 -r- - 3,2S ft 50 13.00 Home- Insw Ha W-l Mo. MORTGAGE, SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION, TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, FOR CASH, THE FOL- LOWItyG DESCRIBED PERSONAL PROPER'TY, TO-WIT: .• 1—1947-Model Chevrolet, 1% ton. Truck, Motor Number AF 231340,1—1953-Mo*del Ford, % ton, Truck, Motor Number F 25D3U-1G585,' 1—4-Drawer, Steel, Filing Cabinet, 1—Pair *- Howe Scales, 1—Wood, Seed Cabinet, 2—UAR. Company Ticket Machines, 1—Iron safe 3—Examolites, Type C (cotton examining lights) 4—Desks , 7—Chairs, 1—"Underwood" Typewriter, 1—"R. C. Allen" Cash Drawer, 1—Electric National Adding Machine, 1—Portable "National" Adding Machine, ••* 1—"Monroe" Calculating Machine, 2—2'x8' Cotton Sample Racks, 1—14 foot Cotton Sample Table, 1—8'x.W Cotton Sample Table on casters, 2—8'x3%' Cotton Sample Tables 1—30"xl8V/' Gas Heater, 1— G'xSMi' Wood Folding pen, 1'—National Tape Machine, 1—Pair — Small Seed Scales, 1—10-Gallon, Lowell Sprayer # 6908, 3—Large Warehouse Trucks, 1—Small Iron Warehouse Truck, 1—Pair — Platform scales, ,8—50# capacity, Feed Barrels, 1—Postal Telegraph Electric Clock, 1—Automatic Calf Feeder, 3—5-Deck, Gas, Brooders, 1—Water Cooler (electric), 2—Stools w'padded tops, 1—Check Protector, 1—Model 202 Microsol Fog Generator, 2—Desk Lamps, C—Venetian Blinds, 1—2'x23" Wood Cabinet, 1—Neon "Baby Chick' 1 sign, 1—5 hole, Sack Hangar for paper bags, 1—m2-hole, Hog feeder, 1—5-hcn, size, Cage layer, 1—Tarpaulin Rack for Ford, % ton, Truck, 2—Tarpaulins 4—Large Cardboard Barrels, 1—Wheel and Tire for Chevrolet Truck, 2—6-foot, bethel? with pads, J—Electric Fan on stand, Jr-Sirtsll, Qas Stove, !—Larro lights. THIS 25TK PAY OP New York Cleveland Chicago De'troit Boston AVashingtori Kansas City Baltimore AMERICAN LEA6UE ... .W.L Pet, GB, 32 13 .711 28 IS .651 .26 16 .619 4'/ 2 ' 23 20 .535 8 19 27 '.413 W 2 17 25 ,405 13'/ 2 16 27 .372 15 . 14 32 .304 18'/2 Errors Costly, Plain Dealing Downs Hope After striving through six full innings to give the victory to the Legionnaires, the Plnin Dealing Lions caught fire, scored 2 runs in •the seventh, and one cnch in the! ^ , r . , , .,, ,,. eighth and ninth, to down the Leg- f eep ce " er , f ! eld Wlth Wayne John . " .. _ . . h son on first hn.ip a single by Filogamo, ah error, and a single by Gunler, plus another error. This gave Hope a 3-2 lead. After three scoreless innings tiie Lions tied the game and then took over the lead for the remainder of the game as they picked up two runs on three singles and two perfect sacrifices. They then iced the game as (hoy scored singles runs in both .the eighth and ninth. Hope final runs came in the ninth as Marty Filogamo doubled into ionna'ires 6-4 here last night. This Yestefday'.s Results Detroit 9, Washington 0 New York' 3-<5,' "Kansas City 3-1 Cleveland 5, Baltimore 0 Chicago 4, Boston 3 stopped the Legionnaires game winning streak. Hope scored in the second inning on singles by combined with Today's Carries ~ Boston at Chicago" Baltimore at Cleveland ' Washington at Detroit New York at Kansas'City (nlghtl 3roklyn Chicago Vew York Milwaukee St. Louis 'incinriati ' Philadelphia Pittsburgh NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L Pet. GB 33 11 .750 ' 27 18 .600 6',! 24 22 .522 10 21 23 .477 12 19 22 .463 12'/, 19 23 .452 13 19 25 .432 14 13; 31- '.295 19'/ a : Yesterda'yV; Results Cincinnati", 5,; rfewVork'•';• 2 Philadelphia- 3,: Chicago 1- St. Louis '6; Eittsburgh'' 2 :' ' Broklyn 11; Milw"a.tikee 8 Today's", Games Milwaukee *at\Brobklyn tory against no defeats for the collected 10 hit's". -ards.' Arroyo.{\yas ,.backed by. a 2-hit attack.'.' Ken; Boyer. .and '..Bill /irdon' each/ collected three 'hits or the.winners• v ' / "'/'.•'.": ••. ! ' •• The Orioles' didn't;h;ave a chance gainst Early Wyhn..>Thi| Cleye- and ace' set ;therh' down'."with-four lits. The Tribe- is' f :3y 2 ' games be- ind the Yanks.''.Cleveland /scored iree times in,.the-}first'.inriing.. and rdm there 6ri : 'it 'was'Ja' Cakewalk or Wynn, al|;hppgh^'Ar, -Smith' ,hit n insurance hpme^.Tun with • one n in : the' second.. '':,.-... , ' Johnny Kucks :Stppped 3 the .A's !n le first, game ^for (tfie ;;.^ariks, 'al- lough he .needed,.help' from Tom Toreari-'in the-ninth,,/and - Wh'itey ord went all the.\y'aj% jn !,tHe 'sec- nd gam'e. Neither':teaih : gpt;4 'hit ntil ,the sixth., inning , : bf "the' ppeh- r. Irv.'.No'ren -singled .home'' 1 Andy arey to -break it.fttp irt- ; the.!,nihth. arey had ' v a;•'; ihree-tuh'-", homer in he nightcap. .';•,...!'.-• '•-.'••• Ted. Williams /wjent .hitiegs in. four •ips to ther plate-;,jh • the Boston iss ;to Ghicagij. ;Sherman Lollar roduced the big_blow for the. Pale ose, a' ;three-r.un homer. .Bui. they ill needed a single, by Chico Car- asquel in the -eighth to score te inning run. ; ., : - : .' Lfty Billy. Hoeft tossed is-' sec- nd straight shutout' for the crip- "ed Tigers. He rield -the Senators only two ".hits•;while'-, his -mates The -Lions took over the lead in the third as two runs crossed the plate on three singles and a error. three 1 Box ' thc winnill S pitcher, gave u'p 14 runs on 7 hits, walked 2 and fan .T. Bud Thompson, the loser, 8; give up 6 runs on 12 hits, struck ou 7 and walked 4. Hope and Plain De.aling each committed seven er rors each. Thursday, June 2, 1955 """ Fights Last Night By the Associated Press Boston — Willie Pep, 129. Hartford, stopped Joey Cam, 129, Boston, 4; Manila — Casey Jones, 123; *u San Francisco, and Bill Tinds. 126'/4, Manila, drew 6 (Tinde suffered accidental eye cut and bout was stopped and ruled draw). Hope „,, , . . , Johnson, ss . ... The Legionnaires picked up two White 2b more in their hair of the third oniBeaslcy Ib ! Filogamo, cf Huddleston, If Gunter. 3b Boyell. c . ...... Cincinnati at New York St. Louis at Pittsburgh Chicago at Philadelphia (night) COTTON STATES LEAGUE, Gl- iffi". rf El Dorado Greenville Hot Springs Monroe Pine Bluff Vicksburg W L 19' 14 18 14 18 18 17 9 15 15 16 215 Pet. GB .570 .563 'i .545 1 .515 2 .265 10'':; Yesterday's Results Monroe 5, Greenville 3 Pine Bluff B, 1 Vicksburg 6 El Dorado 11, Hot Springs 9 Today's Games El Dorado at Hot Springs Pine Bluff at Vicksburg Greenville at Monroe SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB Chattanooga Thompson, p .... Totals Plain Dealing Boyett, Jb . . McKonzie. cf Glalis.'rf Strayhnn. 3b Johnson. 3b (6) McKinncy. ss Lusk, 2b Rhodes, c Kelly, c (6) Bux, p Totals AB R H ... 5 1 1 '. 5 00 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 35 4 7 AB R H 0 0 1 0 38 G 12 Atlanta Vew Orleans Memphis Birmingham Nashville Mobile Littte Rock 33 21 en Legend hns it that potato chips 30 22 '577 2 ' startecl at Saratoga Springs, iN. "Y. 27 20 574 2u! whon an ang'T cook tried, to serve 28 23 ]549 3i?J Fr . encn friocl Potatoes that were too 27 23 .540 4 2 '"' ! " 25 2C .490 6 19 29 .390 11 13 33 .255 18 thin to eat. The Ancient Greeks credited the praying mantis with supernatural powers. , I*' sgs© LICE AND TICKS "COST , STOCKMEN 'MILLIONS t) ,.-- Control them with LICE • TICK DIP OR SPRAY ' . in wcttablc Powder or Liquid Concentrate NOW IS THE TIME TO CONTROL THESE PESTS CRESCENT DRUGSTORE 225 S. Main Ph. 7-3424 Yesterday's Results Atlanta 4, Birmingham 3 New Orleans 3, Memphis 2 Mobile 8, Little Rock 0 Chattanoga 10, Nashville 7 Today's Games Little at New Orleans • Chattanooga at Nashville Memphis at Mobile Birmingham at Atlanta By The Associated Press AM.ERICAN ASSOCIATION .Toledo U; Charleston 7 llndianapolis Ef; Louisville Omaha 5; Denver 4 Minneapolis 8; St. Paul 3 , TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas 7-0; Shreveporl 4-5 Fort Worth 9;. Beaumont 3 Oklahoma Cityj 6; San Antonio 4 Tulsa 2; Houston <, WESTERN LEAGUE Wichita 11; Lincoln 16 (10 innings) Sioux City ;4; Pueblo 2 Colorado Springs 9; DCS Moines 16 Expert Repair Service—V\l\ Types Home and Industrial Wiring 'Installation—Fixtures S^J^utlets 24-Hour Service—Call any time. ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 114 S. Elm Phone 7-2629 - LEO'S GARAGE - Sub-Dealer for FORD TRACTOR & PARTS • '"Our repair shop is as near as your telephone" For AMI.. • CARS • TRUCKS • TRACTORS • EQUIPMENT Leo Harrsfield — Owner and Operator 413 S. WALNUT PHONE 7-4314 I ,„»• -^" \>t, * > *V / fair fafe beauty Mr tie new kindofh&dtop- ^ HERE seems to be some confusion about what a hardtop really is, and We'd like i to set the matter straight. A hardtop is a car that looks like a, Convert* ible with the top up—but has a solid steel /roof overhead -and no centerpost* in tkt \ side window areas, Up until just recently, it could be built in volume only with two doors'-not more— because it would take wholly new structural principles to hinge another let of doors without floor-to-r6of center posti. Out Buick came up with those new »truo- tural principles and is now building^-in volume T- hardtops with four doors. You see one pictured here, tit's the 4tDoor Riviera. And it's taking the country by storm . . . Because here, at long last, is an automobile with the sleek and sporty styling of a tru? kardtof> -"but with separate doors for rear' teat passengA-s, plus the added room of a full* Sedan. ; On top of that, this beauty is all Buick with the buoyant ride of Buick's all-coil tpringing-the walloping might of Buick's record- high V8 power -the whip-quick getaway and sizable gas savings of Buick's spectacular Variable Pitch .Dynaflow.* And it's available in Buick's two lowest- priced Series - the budget-tagged 188-hp SPECIAL, and the high-performance 236-hp CENTURY, illustrated here, Come visit us for a, first-hand meeting with the 4-Dopr Riviera--and see how quickly and how easily the last word in automobiles' can be yours. : \ *Dynafloiv Drive is standard qn Rodtfiatler, optional at \ extra cost on other Series, „.«..,..._) 6- MARTIN MIITON IEIl[ STAKf K)l I . See ih« eulck-8</l« Show Al'ttrooi* Tu«i*»y f»*<**fl Thrill of the year is Buick ~ ' - d , flltfr« for leti then yow think with WHIN IfHiR AUIOMOBIIES ARP 8UI" BUICK Will IMUP IH|M« BLONDII SIP ROGERS BUICK CO. DAGWOOD, MY DARLING S^EAK TO ME, SPEAK TO ME SPEAK TO ME SPEAK SOMETHING v ^- WHATARe X (WE GOING TO OZAfcrt tKi OUT OUR WAY AM UNDUHSTAN' YOUR. PROBLEM AN' AH WANT T 1 HELP YUH/ Biblical Bit Answer to Previout PulzU ACROSS 1 Noah's mountain 7 Jerusalem's 1 mountain 13 Betoken 14 Taciturn 15 Reply 16 Fancy 17 Extinct bird 19 Christinas 20 Diminutive of Lewis 21 Wilhdrawer 25 Orbs 28 Biblical diseased one 32 City in New York SSSultanic decree 34 Ottoman court 35 Feminine appellation 36 Greek porticos 37 Cudgel ers 39 Irregular stanza 41 Genus of meadow grass 44, 451 3 Handle 4 Tier 5 Goddess of infatuation 6 Rounded 7 Willow 8 Cover 9 Island (Fr.) 10 Calf meat 11 Grafted (her V2 Meat dish 19 Vigor 21 Lariats 22 Masculine appellation 23 Biblical prophet 24 Rate anew 25 Soaks up 26 Scheme 27 Demigod 30 River in Germany 31 Rots flax by exposure 37 Marsh 38 Lyric poems 40 Prices 41 "And it came to " 42 Biblical name 45 Italian resort 46 Drinks made with fruit, 47 Native of Media . 49 Auricle : : 50 Female saint (ab.) 52 Before 53 Decay -' I Sine 48 noisily in sleep 57 Bristly DOWN 1 First man 2 Nevada city' S 6 78 Z8 3- 10 II • z CARNIVAL •v Dick Turner Copr. 1955 by NEA 8«rvl«, Inc. t M. H,,'. 0. «. P.I 0« I am NOT overweight! It's just that according to: this ' chart I'm thrpp nr four inrlips cKnr+i" '' chart I'm three or four inches short! SIDE GLANCES By GolbrMf.1 y 6-2 T.r ~.». U.S. Patoir. !op>. J by HE* Service, hie. •Tell t .;•» what to talk about till you're drw»d—l| the nice boy or the one XQM think will rn^kt BOV, YOUR FALSE TEETH IS GONERS-- THEV WOULD FALL. > OW TH' HARP CEMENT' I'M SORRY I BUMPEP YOU UNDER THE CHIN , 'WITH TH' RAKE.' 7/N i By J. R. Wlflfatitft HOORAY.' AT LAST HE'LL HAVE TO GET A NEW SET.' Hl£> DEWTIST WAS A GREAT ADMIRER v OF TEPDV ROOSEVELT « AN' U5EP BATHROOM ' TILE-BOy, WHAT ' A BREAK.' VIC FLINT . VAIZ iNG.'YOU ^ PROBABLY OoWt *• HAVE ANY JALENT FEft ly Michael O'Molley and Ralph U*' HEPOESN'TBE- , JJEVE IM NECKIMS OM SHORT BUT HIS NOSE ANP CHIMAREPDINSITv RIGHT NOW/ WASH TUBBS NOW I'LL BET ROSE- HAS TALKEP AMP 6VERV COP IN THE- CITY ie> LOOKING FOR , CAN THINK A8DUT SHE NAM60 VC 1 PbN'T By HEEOea ARE MAPE-MQT BORM OUR BOARDING HOUSE (, OLTT5IDE IMTERFERENCE ^ ... . I' ALONE COULP'«6 PU 'THI5.MI5$ILB:$0 MR Off. COURSE .WXBT IF If WAS DELIERKT^ -if—-"1 0'SABOTAGE, WE U I WU&T ACT OM THAT 1 \A&5UIWnON T/LLIf > PROVEM WRONG! With Major Hoopfe ^ 5 DOT AS \V6 PAIrtT6D, NOW V\llLL BE TIME TO tKE TV A LI&MT rO Mb.se, UP CLOSSTO TV ^CCEENJ w/HeM PIKE AND I £TAse out? ACT/ I'VE CREATED A CISINS LITTLE DlVER^IOM TO THE THAT PKO- 6EAM WOULD A , -WITM A THS.EDS&y \ MSAT- OPA , WHARF/ HOW MANV WBN \ ONLY THRE&i^ KNEW m CORKCrlTHB.CWeP.ol^HB RADIO »6MAL.f/OUlPAMCB- 'It*,, RKCV'TALTOM,' b> HERB Copr. WOTS AND HER BUDDIES By BUSINESS — --J -W- -^ 6UGS BUNNY i By Henhberg«V SORBV, BUT! CAN'T- HANS AROUND WHILST VOU CUT A BUSJ I SOT ICE CBEAM T'SELL.' ; \ f •*-, , ; ? v V- i w '•y* •^"^ :& ALLEY OOP •y V. T. ? *&f Y'MEAN HE 1 ^ -v.vytLL.btt .MA5MT BEEN I/WHY, NO.' \ UMPA, I' WHA55A IPEA.COMIM 1 \BACK SWCEs? MY 5TAR5 J DUKJMO MERE., HGUERIN 1 LIKE_ j THEN? /OCR HA5 ANYTHING HAFfENEP TO 'IM? r *•! 1^ J V f^^MV^I *l(^ «Bir^»« THAT? YOU KNOW SUZy , WENT FI6HIN'WtTH YOUAN'TH'BOVS' "Care to have th§ floor pairjted.too, dear?" W?i$®' ^J Mtt ** *$ / .-1 rVLLWWCU' Hlia TRACKS TJLU TVIEV/Y'MEAN ENPEP UP IN A (-MY GUZZIE'5 WHaE MESS OF\ BEEN,..CHOK£OTHER TRACKS, / HE'S- . - ,AN'THEN FOUF/-JL' OH, NO NOTHIN6/ ^^^ fc-i f ; JW^ '- 1<t>'J'v'f POP ATTA BOY CARLYLEJ TEACHER SAYS THAT'S WHAT COMES OP GETTIKJS- EXTRA TWf STQgr Of MARTHA WAVNE •y Al Vi PI<SU£EWF *•'*'&&* mi»t»r, how 'bout todjng ME t«mt ptp««rft?" f ••\~lfZl 'I -ff -f-f ' ("T, A^iTRS-^ ™ ,*V ZeiWX^tXffrF JA^L :; WHY PIP YQUCOMB V VQV C0101*1181 Cw ituffmti

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