Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 17, 1955 · Page 12
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-»»*:" ,*ri < white the vlctfiity TO IUY • USED GUNS • GAS MtATtRS ._..__ lARGAlN HOUSE •ml PAWN SHOP i lit K6w for your , , » "61" AIK-CONDITIONM tflt Tiri & Appliance Co. S, Walnut St. ECIAL CLOSE OUT 2 GROUPS OF SCAT COVERS (LAHOMA TIRE I SUPPLY COMPANY REFRIGERATION and f : AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE APPLIANCE REPAIR • 210 E. 3rd V-2809 UJfc. Luck Highway tf W«tt LUCK'S FURNITURR CO. of City Llrnlta Wort allon Water Barrel! for ••!• no 7-4381 Hopo, Ark. >'YOU NEED LUMBER? fi*n«!on, Sldlrrg, 848, flooring, 'f *10"-12" Rough boxing. I. WADDLE LBR. CO. » * Highway 4 feast IPhonet 7-3250 'OP 7-4974 HO ft StAlT, HOPE, ARKANSAS , June 17, 1955 CLASSIFIED Ad« Mutt Me Id Off loft fay Sefere Publleatlen In WANT AD RATES All Wont Mt em .poyab'« (idv'incs but bdi will be, oo Ov«r th* telephone 'dnd Beta ftan etrtum* allowed with the un- derffandlng the account Is payable Wncn Number li"rertd*r*d. Six One Days MoiVh 1.50 4.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 6.00 7.50 .9.00 0.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 DISPLAY 1 tin* ........................ 75c per Inch 3 time* ........................ 60c per Inch 6 tlnrft* .... ................ ,... 50c per 'Inch Rates •qUo'ted ebove are for con- •ecutlve Insertions. Irregular or .skip- date ads will take the one-day rote, All dally classified advertising copy will be accepted • until 5 p. ni. 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 sub- faftted , Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. ' The Hope Star will rot be responsible for errors In Wont Ads unless errors Ore called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. : PROSPECT 7-3431 For R«nt THREE large furnished rooms. Private bath, upstairs. 203 high fetreet. ' 10-tf Political Announcement The Star IS feU\horfe*d to am Bounce that .the following ar« cftfWiaateS lor public office subjett Id the action of thll Dteiriocritlc prlmafy election*! tec Mayer . fe. L. feETTIO „ fl. M. "(OL1E) OLSdH TALBOT FEILD. JR. Real Estate for Sdfo WE Sell-Rent and Buy Real Estate FRANKLIN COMPANY June 13- IMo Business For Leas* ONE SttPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. b. Murphy tor details. *-tf For Hire WANT your vacant lot clipped, pasture mowed or any high grass cut? Phone 7-2204. 15-3t Notice JESS Morris for custom slaughtering and processing meats at Community Ice Co. Phone' 72244 or 7-3578. June 3-1 Mo. NICE 4 room, furnished garage a- Jjartment. Also Garage. Phone 7-3497. 13-6t I NO HUNTING or trespassing on my property. Earl Stone, Blev- CtOWN WESTERN SHARES " iff DlVorolfled Income font f*roopoctuo avallablo from M.S. BATES - AGENT Ark. Wtono 7-44M lEE-T-MITE CoMMl Sfe Five Inspection i, dpierattd lUYGRIGG '-. Service policy 109 South Main SI. 7-3445 or 7-2772 RENT or lease 100 acre farm which is equipped with modern facilities for' chickens. Range houses, brooders, feeders and lay- Ing house. References required. See £. Wright, COO West Third, Hope". Phone 7-4«26. 16-3t 2 FURNISHED bedrooms. Private bath. Phone 7-5837. 801 South Main. l6-6t MODERN 0 room house. 705 West Aye! B. W. E. Bruner. 7-4386 .. Phone 17-3t ins, Rt. 1. 16-3t The Negro Community By Helen Turner Fhohe 7-5830 Or brlhg Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Horn* For Sole TWO BEDROOM home ,1% block from Brookwood School at 819 East 5th. Call 7-5574. 28-tf TWO FRAME homes, with acreage, close-in, low dbWh payment. SAMUELS REAL ESTATE Phone 7-3766. May 17-1 Mo. Beginning Monday, June 20th BREAKFAST j f Monday thru Saturday fre:30 A. M. tu io:oo A. M. '. CHARLOTTE'S DRIVE-IN (formerly White's Drive-In) V Highway 67 East I' CURRY'S Termite Control Co. »i • BONDED • INSURED GUARANTEED , For Free Inspection ., ca " A. D. Middlebroolri Jr. 'iones 7-2822 or 7-3791 REMODELED Upright Piano, has inirrow on top. Mahogany finish. Reasonable. Phone 7-2455. 14-61 2 Bedroom frame house. Close to both, grade 'and High School. Will accept $800.00 down payment, balance on monthly basis. Call 7-3228. - 15-6t FARMERS don't get behind. Buy this almost new 'Super A Farm all. It has starter, lights, and Touch-0-Matic controls, and • :eight pieces of equipment all •bought at same time. Will sacrl fice for % Price. See it, and buy- it. L. Wright at 600 West Third 'Street. Hope, Phone 7-4626. 16-3t SEE Chater's world famous hollyhocks blooming in all their loveliness. Bring others. Arthur "Gray, Ozah. ' ' 17-6t Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and Inner- •prlng work Cobb Mattrew Co. 810 South Wuhtngtoa. Phone f-20tt. Mar. 4-tf HdoeStar " fi "••• **"' **•»* '*»' «f C«p»«tr<lt»<H» January It, 1«M CO, MOVING? Long Distance Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Preseott Transfer and storage Inc. Pres- eott, Ark. Free Estimate. May 14- tf RISING STAR BAPTIST fcev. W M. Erby, Paltor '9:45 a. hi. Sunday School Ambers Dunlap, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. B.. T. U. % p. m. Evening Worship GARRETt CHAPEL Rev. F. R. Williams,, Paitor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School L. C. Wyatt, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. B. T. U. 9:30 p m. Baptist Hour over Station KXAR. CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST Eld. O. N. Dfcnnli, factor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Mrs. Myrtle Richardson, .Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. Y. P. W. Vf. 8 p. m. Evening Worship BETHEL AME CHURCH Rev. Wlllard Leake, Pastor 9:45 a>. m. Sunday School Mrs. E. M. NelS'o'n, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship Subject "I Can't Take It" 7 p. m. . Evening Worship 6 p. m. A. E. C. League Nashville Is Smothered by Hope Team Thirteen runs crossed the plate Hot Springs Gets Amateur Meet FORT SMITH W) — Hot Springs will be the site of the 1956 Arkansas amateui golf tournament. The Arkansas Stale Golf Association, meeting in connection with the state tournament here this in the fourth inning as the Hopej weck ' nar ned the site last night fcegionnaires downed the Nashville Cubs 18-4 in a seven inning contest last night in Legion Park. This was Hope's ninth victory in ten starts and their sixth straight win. W. H. Gtmter's homcrun with the and set the date for the last two weeks in June: Jack Barren of Little Rock was Boyle Continued from Page One tolerance his parents showed him. Or the lack of tolerance. I remember a time when my dad. who now gets a wreath of flowers for Father's Day, used to like to go hunting on the only afternoon of the week he didn't work. ____ ...... ^ named president. Other officers' ^ G ' l;u ' ^ our sons anc ' t wo include Bob Tarvin of Hot Springs ! anc ' sin vice president, and Walter Davis and nf ^ ock . secretary-treasur- members are Bill Hot bases loaded was the climax of; the fourth inning outbrust. The Leg- j kmnaifes sent 18 men to the Plateip^J 1 ' j" 1 it off with a walk, Griffin singled, Johnson walked, White walked, Beasley doubled, Filogamo walked, Huddleston singled, Boyett walked. Gunter homored, Barronline walked, Griffin was hit by a pitching ball, Johnson walked, White, Boasley, Filogamo, and Huddleston all singled before the final out was made. The game started out to be a close one. Nashville picked up a Single tally in the first on three!what they've been saying about base on balls and Sonny Nutt steal- the golf course ... where the best ing home on a triple steal by the Cubs. Hope went ahead in their half of the third as two runs crossed the plate on a single by Griffin, single by Johnson and a double by Bob White. The Cubs took over the lead again in' the fourth as a hit bats- he was a family man "s all he took us all along. lie carried the only gun. Boys and dogs had the fun of Bolt Takes Lead in the U. S. Open SAN FRANCISCO I/T)—It's true Walter| sce ' n S wno c °uld flush up'the first rabbit or quail, and it wns fun. The boys got a big kick out of showing, now and .'igain. we could start up more game than those big mouthed Beasrles. But one winter clay nothing moved but us. hour after hour. Dad. who was n splendid shot, became restless for lack of targets. We started back to the car. We met a farm boy carrying a small coop of pigeons. Dad asked what he wanted for them and the boy said 15 cents apiece and Dad sai-1 go ahead and let them loose, one £,t. a lime. I stood there Jn silence as he shot and he didn't miss .many, Neither the farm boy nor Dad. man, a single by Anderson and two! he Ui ; ed it* 1 only once on each of golfers in the land are playing in the national open tournament. It's tough. Only Tommy Bolt, with a spark-i who had run a traplinc at the ling 3-under-par 67, found the " "" Olympic County Club Lake course otherwise yesterday as the field of 162 took off on the 72-hole route. Bolt, swinging a -putter so hot errors gave them two more runs. 12 tricky greens, took a threc- Their other run came in the seven- st ''oke advantage into today's sec- th. The Legionnaires other three runs came in the sixth on a double by Johnson, single by Beasley and back to back doubles by Filogamo and Huddleston. Reeder Huddleston, the winning pitcher, gave up 4 runs on 3 hits, struck out 7, walked 10 and hit one batsman. This was Reeder's second win in as many starts. Lewis Carpenter was , charged with the loss. He gave up 10 runs on 9 hits, walked 6 while fanning 5 in three and one-third innings. Jack Crawley, his relief, give up 5 runs on 5 hits, fanned none and walked two and hit 1. Dub Dildy, who came on in the fifth, give up 3 runs on 4' hits,' walked one and fanned none. Tonight (Friday) the Hope Legionnaires will travel to Waldo. Monday night they go to Nashville and Tuesday night back' in Hope for a game with Danger-field, Texas, nine. • ' HOPE AB R H Johnson 342 WWte • 4. 2 3 Beasley 523 Filogamo . 423 Suadles'ton Boyett V. H. Gunter Sarrentine Duke (5) •riffin TOTALS 5 1 3 1 4 2 2 BEEBEE MEMORIAL C. M. E Rev. t. J. Rhone, Factor 9:45 a, m Sunday School Mrs A. B. Rerger, Supt. 11 a. on. Morning Worship 6 p. m. Epworth League 8 p. m. Evening Worship. HOUSE moving, reasonable rates, Mack Hillery, Preseott, Phone 842-K11. May 23-lMo. RAJJPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. We have meat for your deep freeze. See us before buying. Junel3-l Mo. H ,»l|,14 lrtfc W.lMf ItfWl ArfcwiMf N. N. M««b. •«»». Act fl«M mattn ,r Hw*, W«rch 9, mail In H«mprt'»d<J, N»vodg, Hower* Fun«rol Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance , , , Ambulance. 2nd It Ha- eel ... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service. Phone 74870 or 7-8508. J8-1 Mo Last '. Cocfcer Spaniel. Registered Male. Answer to name of "Tut". Julia Peek. Phone 7-4376. 16-3t GJR'L Waitress, call in person at, Charlotte's Drive-In, (Formerly White's Orlve-In) Hy 67. 16-Tf. Workers WANTED MAU? * FEMALE — White • For interview see Mr. Lorenz: Employment Office M?»n. June 20 Tges, June 21 CO. MT. ZION CME CHURCH Rev. I. M. Manning, Paitof 9:45 a. m. Siinday School S. J. Johnson, Supt. U a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. Epworth League 8 p. m. Evening Worship LONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. J. C. Coby, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Mrs, Ella Rice, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. B. T. U. 7 p. m. Evening Worship The N. C. C. Club will hold it's annual trip to Hot Springs Frid June 17, and round trip is $1.50. Buses will leave the Bee Bop al 5:30 a. m. Children under 8 years of age must have an 'escort. For further details contact 'Mattie Williamson, Leroy Miller or Elbert Patterson. Pho. 7-4348. There will be a wiener roast at Mt. Zion CME Church Friday night June 17, sponsored by the building captain No. 11, The public is' vited. The Spiritual tUion Singers '< Magnolia will give a musical pro gram at Two-Mile Branch CME Church Sunday night, June 19, The public is invited. The 8th annual turn-out wf th'e Christia'n Benevolent society will be held Sunday, June 19, at Haynes Chapel Baptist Church. Rev. £. D. Dempsey, pastor. All members asked to be present Saturday, 18, at the regular monthly rh'eeUng to take care of orie buri-al assessment with their regular dues. C. O. Carrhicheal is president. R, C., J. C, and Fred Knox, Jr., have returned to their home in Detroit, Mich., elter a brie? visit with their parents, Mr. end Mrs. Fred Knox, 'Sr., und other yd, Sr., services for Y«uvl e r be held S«tur«l«X. Vutt . ieese Carpenter . Crawley Dildy (5) . Crawley Anderson Masey Castleberry Jones TOTALS 1 0 000 332 33 18 18 210 .300 210 200 1 0 0 3 1 .1 311 3 0 1 200 300 24 4 3 DANIEL IS WASHOUT SAN FERNANDO, Calif. (UP) — Davy Crockett has made a big splash lately, but Daniel Boone is a washout., D&niel Boone, 35, of nearby Reseda, was booked at San Fernanda Valley jail yesterday for violating the municipal code by swimming in a reservoir. Hill Cemetery. ond round over the 6,700-yard par 35-35—70 layout. In the runnor-up slot was Walker Inman Jr.. little-known Augusta. Ga., pro, with an even par 70. Third, with 71, was Jack Burke, Kiamesha Lake, N. Y., and fourth, with 72, came four-time titlist Bon Hogan. It was the rough the boys complained about in practice and which the U. S. Golf Assn. ordered trimmed. But it still was tin: rought— narrowing the fairways and putting a premium on accurate drives—which was tripping them up yesterday. Billy Maxwell, Odessa, Tex., pro Who carded a 77, said: "Man, if we had that kind of grass down in Texas we'd bale it up and sell it." Three players —Bill Meyers, Daytona Beach, Fla.; Mike Barbato, Baton Rouge, La.; and James Molinari, San Francisco, gave up in disgust along the way. That left only 159 still going for the gold which added up to $24,000 today as the result of a 20 per cent bonus announced by the USGA. The winning pro will pocket $6,000 about the time the sun sets Saturday. Bolt, toured the course in 35-32 for his 67, using only 24 putts in the process. His putter was as hot as those of defending champion Ed Furgol and Hogan were cold. Both veterans needed 35 putts, Furgol winding up with a G-ovcr- par 76. age of 10. thought there was anything wrong. But I had never seen my father fire at ;i sitting rabbit or a standing quail. And for the first time in my life I was against my father and in favor of something else—(he pigeons he \yas firing at. When it was over, we started on again toward the car. Always before we had brought back and eaten the game from our hunts —rabbit, quail or squirrel. The Beagles ran up and sniffed at the fallen pigeons, but we didn't take them home. I walked with my face turned away from my father. "What's the matter, son?" he asked, puzzled. "Nothing, Dad." How cold I put into words what ..I felt? He had shown a fault in my eyes, the first fault, the one a boy always remembers. He was still my dad, and because he had always was kind in a time of need later, it really didn't make any difference between us. He remained my hero—he still remains my hero more than 30 years after that wintry day in the woods—but his halo had gained a tarnish, and I found that a boy must, learn also to love his father as a human being. Friday, June 17, AMMONIUM NITRATE NITRATE OF SODA Fertilizers Sweet Sudan, Funks 6. 711 Corn, Stock Sprays, Cane Seeds, Combine Mile and Atlas Sarfeo Cotton Dusts *nd Liquid Sprays, MONTS SEED STORE - LEO'S GARAGE - Sub-Dealer for FORD TRACTOR & PARTS "Our repair shop is as near as your telephone" For All . . . • CARS • TRUCKS • TRACTORS • EQUIPMENT Leo Hartsfield — Owner and Operator 413 S. WALNUT PHONE 7-4314 Expert Repair Service—All Types Home and Industrial Wiring Installation—Fixtures & Outlets 24-Hour Service—Call any time. ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 114 S. Elm Phone 7-2629 Flaming Gas Well Is Capped RENOVO, Pa. I/PI - vnlve of a natural The capping Jas ell, be- Arkansas Youth in Final Round SYLACAUGA, Ala. W) — Alex Sheshunoff of Magnolia, Ark., today moved into the final round of the doubles competition in the Cnt- ton States tennis tournament. His partner is Ernest Cox of Mobile. They met Stan Cocke and Jack Hepting of Asheville, N. C.. in the final. , Sheshunoff was beaten C-l. 6-2 by Dayton Nabors of Birmingham inthe semifinals of the singles competition yesterday. lieved to be the nation's largest, gas burst into flame, causing injuries to 10 men. Millions of cubic feet of gas were still burning today as Paul (Red) Adair, a specialist in extinguishing well fires and recapping them, flew to this northwest central Pennsylvania area from Houston, j Tex. The well, described by workmen as a "wild one," was brought in only last week. Gas was flowing from the well at an estimated 150 million cubic feet a day. The capping valve,, weighing 2,500 pounds, flew off early yesterday. In the afternoon another loud explosion signaled the start of the five. The injured were all employed by firms working the well. One man, Francis Gavin, 32, of Andover, N. Y., was reported in serious condition with third-degree burns of the entire body. It takes 1,000 gallons of paint ev- The well is owned by the New ery four years for the U. S. Capitol York State Natural Gas Co. of dome. ' Pittsburgh. 212 Main PR-Z-3441 $159.95 SPECIAL! SAVE $30 21-INCH CONSOLE TV SET Full size, 21-inch console. Mahogany finish. 8-in. dynamic speaker gives excellent FM sound. See it on display in Wards Catalog Office today. Only $5 down on terms. 63 GH 5000R .. VHP .. WAS 189.95 .. Now 159.95 There will be a fish fry at Bethel AME Center Saturday June 18th. Sponsored by choir No. 2. The Christian Union Community club met June 6th at the regular meeting place. E. 9th. and Dewey St. at 7:30 with the president Mrs. Snow A. Norwood presiding and the song leader Mrs. Claudene Bradley conducting the opening exercises. -Prayer was by Rev. Freddie Morrison. The minutes of the last meeting were read and received. Bible lesson was taught 'by Mrs. Floyde Bradley and all enjoyed iie lesson. Menbers present 10. The next meeting will meet June 20 at the regular place. Asking all members to be present. Seed about' ready to harvest on '30 or more acres Ky 31 Feicue. Anyone interested may harvest on halves. — See Clyde A. Monts, Now if the time to Oft SCREENS Frpm GUNTER RETAIL iUMlEt CO. m i OlVltlQN sryite Winner of 36 International Awards for distinctive beauty! And Studebaker's long, low streamlines reduce weight and wind-drag . . . increase performance! MA18E* 2 ECO/VOW CA*.' Winner of Mobilgas Economy Run Sweepstakes for second straight year, with record of 27.4 actual miles per gallon! And Studebaker uses non-premium fuel! 0MHBe# 1 Qf/AlffT CAM Count on quality in a Studebaker! These cars are products of far-ahead engineering , . . precision-machines and methods . . . finest materials, all through! Studebaker wins Gold Cup in N.Y. One of 36 outstanding International Awards to Studebaker for distinctive, far-ahead styling. Commander is one of lowest price V-8s . . . Champion one, of lowest price cars! Studebaker... so much better made,,. worth more when you trade! Studebaker .first in gat saving! Studebaker's Mobilgas Economy Run Grand .Sweepstakes Winner averaged 2 7.4 actual miles per gallon* STt/OEBAKE* $TUPiUKER DIVISION OF STUDEIAKER-PHKARD CORPORATION... ONE OF THE 4 KWOR WU-WH NWNKfM 9* CIM W TIUMS ARCHER MOTOR CO. < Ifii IrdUfffH H*f<Affc. IUYERS OF USED CARSI SM our big f«l«ctlon of Certified USED CARS *•§• it Aft, neti. BLOW DIE MAKE HEADS QW TAILS OUT By Chick Young WHAt COULD * SWB POSSIBLV MEANBV i ' THAT ^-^ WORD?, I CANT PEADTHAT SCRIBBLING Nursery Favorites ACROSS i i«—-Willie .' Winkle" ; 4 "Mistress i -—, quite | contrary" 8 Smile broadly ; 12 Trouble 13 Toward the sheltered side 14 Genus of whales 15 Anger i 16 Treelesi plains 18 Scaly 20 Beginning 21 "The little red " 22 Cheerful 24 Wolfhound 26 Deficiency ; disease, 27 "There was , a crooked » 30 Not rough 32 Ridicule 34 Regard 35 Wipes out 36 Worm 3 7 Young salmon -39 Try -• 40 Ascend 41 Indian weight 42 Rapidity 45 Wrap a, wound 49 United 51 African cape 52 Operatic solo 53 Girl's name 54 "Little Boy Blue" was one 55,Reject 58 Writing table 57 Diminutive suffixes DOWN ICry 2 Ireland 3 Circus animals 4 Stonecutter 5 and alack 6 Worship 7 Affirmative vote 8"—-Prince Charlie" 9 Periods of time 10 Pain 11 Spar 17 Snoopier 19 French revenue 23 Command 24 Crooked 25 Minus 26 Greek platforms 27 Unhappy 28 Fruit drinks 29 Bird's home 31 Scabrous (prefix) 33 Graded .36 Refund 40 Give back 41 Move furtively 42 Saurel 43 Orifice 44 Where leprechauns abound 46 Attorneys Gruff" 48 Finishes 50 "Little Riding Hood" CARNIVAL By Dick Turner : "But isn't, there ANYTHING I can do, officer? Like cop aj i plea, pr something?^ , SIDE GLANCES By GalbraiFh T. M. R<g. V- S. Pit Off. Copr. 195S b y NEA Service. Inc. ; "Vou'vo been repeating a twenty-cent mistake in my j balance for three months! Why are your auditors so ' ISN'T IT DISGRACEFUL ) { WHOSE THAT A GROWN-UP <T /^ HAND- PERSON WITH A GOOD ) ( WRITING EDUCATION SHOULD/^ S IS IT? HAVE SUCH A MISERABLE HANDWRITING ?r~ *-^%jg|£& m~ J Wi> /r^-x • '"•^t//, *»/4*- ;t .--'., •*-,', I_£T7"T .v. mji tdn. *\ yfc^l OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams I KNOW WE Y I' D SLAM V HE CAN'T > JUST PUT IT ON, \ THAT WALRUsA BE SO. I BUT THIS GUV EIGHT OM TH' GOOD \ SPOILT TH'JOB (SNOOT IF HE /HIMSELF X AN 1 IT'S 6OT TO \ BROADCAST IF HE HAS GOTOTH'WELPER) A MISTAKE / TO EXPLAIN! TO PUT BACK ON I I MADE / TO THE WHAT HE TOOK A, LIKE ff CRANE MAM THAT.' OFF TOO MUCH WHY-HE MUST OF MAPE SOME MISTAKES LIFES LONGEST MIMUTE OUR BOARDING HOUSE mMZgZfZZZZZ^ y$ OUSMTA\(THE FIRST PDZZL feAWYS/^i^fm^iL SMocnrH^ GOT ME AS i/sMi-ri.. X-A.I-..IX- ^..--—.AI LY-u- you \t= / MI><£D UPAS Wirh Major Hoople I'M ^AILIM6 iMTKs PUZZLE FiEST CME 'EASILY/—— M6T£M,MEEE'5T1AE VJMAT FAWILIAR 5A.VIM6 j£STED.g/"TWO FOWLS £M?oy THE AAS DIET/" 2 A BIT/V DIFFICULT, &oi; TOO f MUCH vJiMr CHEFS £ALAD./ ~- WHY YOU DRAFT Trie OWLS TO HELP [A FESMCH IniB LMEO TK6.FIK5T ON5£?Y£ HE AMD Copr. 19',S tj NCA Et-nc*. Inc. T. M. Hig. U S. Pit 0(1. FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberger _ T. M. R« s . U. S. Pol. Oil II I fa-l ' Copr. ISSSbyNEAS.r. "It's the artist trying to impress people!" SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Selzer Copr. 1»< ly NEA Suvlc.. Int. . ., , ^ . n i i T —— — I "Wow! took at that! And you've been complaining about how much dog food Shult* eatsi" J OZARK IKE UH " STRIKE-OUT FER LEROY/ "THAT A'lAKES EIGHT STILL NO HITS/ M NO HITS " PER. EITHUH SH-M_SH-H.'N686t5fS SUPPOSED 10 MAKE, jKENtlON BALL GAM6 UNTIL A HIT . IS AAAOfe OR REACHING FORtHfc ROSIN BAS OR WALKING AROUND i ABIT? ' VIC FLINT By Michael O'Malley and Ralph Lane POM'T HAPPEWEP?THINK VQU HURT? I LOCKEP UP TH£ LAP. 5OA\EOME OUTgiPE MUST HAVE SSENJ THE LISHTS <5G OUT, WAITEp A PEW SECONDS AND THROWN A 6REWAP6 • THROUeH THE WINpOW IM THE HALL ^ILV 1 TUfJMEP 8ACK...X S<3u'V6 OP THOSE CHIMF5 WAS ) SOT TO ACflNS UP...PROBABLV PRI6HTEMEP 0V THE MOISE OP THE ISJTRUCER OLHSlpE... WASH TUBBS , ^. By Leslie Turner ! £$ YEAH«,8UT TURN BLAZES-i VOU'KE RIGHT, FKNMKl ^ NOW IT'S MUCH STRONGER IM fHI5> >/SER(3EANTl THAT PIRECTIONl T^T BIS VAM AROUK1P TH'COR|OER«.r THSMK ITO CO/v\IN(3 THERE! CRUISE A.ROUNP TOWN SERGEANT, TILL WE PINPOINT WHAiTiS REACTING OM THIS SCIMTIUATOR,.' THERE K AN0 »Hi,T VAN C01JL($ \OTHEK5.. HOLD TH' AMSSILE! JlN THE C BUT Or 'LY OMB A\^N 7 GO SEE, WAfr IN IT—' J< WRB PA OUT.O'SSH Corf'. TaSTE? NEA 3»r>lc< BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgor Martin „ ' A /i,'»'' Wf;"* 1 " 'i^"**""-^ £>'/7 1 "" Copr. I>SJ liy NJfiSnia. Inc. T. H. tftgTTwVil BUGS BUNNY DON'T TAKE IT YET, SUSS,.. 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