Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 12, 1954 · Page 13
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Hope, Arkansas
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>??fcy XWflS^ ^-'^f" ' ,, '*'*",<*• *-?$y^w?$r f fi»» fitter* Publication HOPt STAR, H6M, ARKANSAS Montloy, July 11 1$§4 ilonst irregular br skip- itdk* th* ontwlay tote. * until S p; m for llowtofc day. re«isrv« the right to ..AdVdtbementt af- |fed»l5n dhd to r«I«et adverting, *ub- ""*, frtdr* l«He«, ttich: mt hourt, er ibfefJ-.count es 6n« word. K'tMII not bs teipoiv ,lh Waht • Adi -unlett -edJ tdr our -otterttten ;ifiitf»»rt'of ad ahd thett' pNB.lneorrtct Insertion. 7-3431 1M7, Wt Sveekdoy afternoon by " ILISHIHQ CO.. , imer/" Preildent ' , burn, Secy-Tre*. . - , ' Bultdlni ' ' street <ll»or ft Fublliher r, S«\ite»nd clan m«H«r at e «t Hop*, Arkanm, of March 3, 1I?7. Audit >Bur*«u •« s (payoble. In ad- irrlef'ln Hope and neighboring* wfe&.tPWn»4TS t '* Ot&tyi&F rttt* ^ tV ** v oe ***.,M,..,»t»»,t».t««...M. .25 BiU) ........ ,.'.. >1 3.00 I'lTlnl'Werhpstead, Nevada, '* Howard, and Miller coun- " - AMBULANCE PHONE '7r2123 slNGLfifAttV feSS !of sftW. Billy Hbdge, Route l t Miheral SpHr.es, 3-6t Rolflse, 7 miles Hoifth of nie at MIS Way Oil field. • Mall bide 16 Siiftfay Oil C6rJ»of<• 'Ki W. Sliafthdn, PatfnbS S. Bidding closes ,Juty Is . t«sef ves the right to reject ahy and all bids. 3-Ot RED si>lder lily bulbs. $1 pef do?.en • postbuld- within ArkfansnS. Chen- per here.' Arthur Gray, Qfcan. 'July B-l M6hth PAIR of large mules. Just right tor logging' contractor. Phone 7-2243, Ross Gillespie. 7-Ot 12 FOOT Arkansas Traveler Alum- inuim Boat. Deep bottom and trailer. $150. See 100 South Spruce, 8-3t 1947 OLDSMOB1LE. 4 door sedan. Hydrarnatic, radio, heater. Perfect motor, tires. First $280.60 or terms. Apply 310 East Ave.'D. 9-3t OLDS Ambassador Coronet and Schwinn Phantom 26 Inch boys bicycle. Practically new. See or write Delmar Weliver, Rt. 4 Bo* 360, H6p6. - . 9-3t MY'hd'me at 916 South Elm. Call Mary Ha'mrri at 7-3584 or 7-261S. f < ' 9-3t COMPLETE stock in grocery store at wholesale price. Mrs. J. A. Miller, Bbdcaw, Arkansas. 12-6t Real Estote lor Sale FOR $3,1500.00 cash-you can buy" a v ; going , , business that has paid off as high as $700.00 profit per 'month. This price include^ Inventory, -fixtures and delivery truck. Call us for details. Foster Realty Company 8-3t For only $900,00 cash and balance on monthly payments like rent you can own this attraclive 2 bedroom home wilh carporl. Located on shady 75 x 140 foot lot. Owner leaving town and will give possession August 1st, FOSTER REALTY, COMPANY ,"' CALL-PROSPECT -7-4691 o * 21'7 SOUTH'MA*IN ' ' ,» 'r -. ,' 12-3t For Ront UNF,URNISHEfi 3 room apartment. $25.00 per 'month. Bills paid. Private bath.'808 West 4th. Phons , " , June 10-TF 6 ROOM house. Electricity. 27 acre , -posture. Near old Highway 67 'West/Phone 7-3759. 7-6t 4'ROOM house. Electricity, Gas, Good Water. Pasture for cow. Vi mile city limits, old Highway 67 East. Ross Gillespie. 7-Ct TWO roorn furnished apartment. Large closets, garage, front and back 'entrances. After 4:30 p. m. Phone 7-2119. 1002 Wast Ave. B. <8-3t GERATION FURNISHED 2 room apartment. Bills' paid. 121 South Fulton Street. Phone 7-2203. 8-3t 2 ROOMS and bath, Furnished or 1 unfurnished, 2 miles out on Spring Hilt Road. T. L. Brint. Phone 74903. 8-3t SMALL , Modern Cottage. Partly furnished. Suitable for couple. Near town on pavement. Phone 7-8071. , 9-3t UNFURNISHED Two bedroom 'apartment, Conveniently located 608 South Main, P,hone 7-3205. 9-3t FURNISHED garage apartment. Living jjoom .bedroom, kitchen, bath- Small screened porch. 805 South Main, Phone 7-2644. 9-3t ., I 'Apartmen^. Nicely fur nished 3 rooms and breakfast nook. Private bath and carport. ft block from town. .Adults only. 32} West Second street. Call 3314. 12-3t Political Announcements fh« itit ft6Mc* thit th« «ifldiditei f6f JrtlbUC jaet.to tha ietloa of th« Demo* ctfcUe Ptf 4th OUtrlct RKM HARRIS 6, w, LOOKADOO M. WARNOdft ttARRY HAWTHORim CtlFTORD BYER4 DWIOHT Odds 8 to 5 on Nationals in the All-Star ' , Pot Cdunty Clerk ABtfOLD J. M1DDLEBROOK8 JOLLY (AMONETTfi) BY ARTHUR ANDERSON f*dr Ihtrlff and Collector W. &. (Bill) RUGGLE3 JIMMY COOK ». fi. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM M1DDLEBROOK3 CLAUD H; SUTTON SYVELLE BUKKE Alderman Ward Thr«« B. L. RETTIQ A. P. ^JELONEY for Prolecutlng Attorney ROYCiE WEISENBERGEH PRESTON DOWD TftAVIS MATHIS VAN JOHNSON Alderman Ward Pour JESSE L. BROWN CHARLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYERLEY MRS. G. A. NASH Alderman Ward Two JOHN S. GREENE FOREST L. HAIRR T. O. (TOP) PORTER Alderman rWard On* MRS. KATHRYN LOU FRANKS JOE JONES For State Senate 7th District GENE LEE For City Attorney C V, NUNN, JR. COTTON STATES LEAGUE ! W L Pet. GB El Dorado Gre'enyille, Meridian Monroe Pine Bluff Hot Springs 52 24 42 31 40 35 33 42 31 40 25 50 ' .684 .575 .533 .440 .437 .324 8% 11% 18% 18% 27 Yesterday's Games Monroe 0, Hot Springs 4 Meridian 4, Pine Bluff 2 El Dorado 7, Greenville 2 Today's Games All-Star game. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta New Orleans Birmingham Chattanooga Memphis Moblie ' Little Rock NaShville W 53 37 54 39 52 50 42 40 39 54 30 52 Pet. GB .589 .581 % .565 2% .538 .462 40 43 49 52 .435 .419 .409 4% 11% 14 15% 10 By Joe CLEVELAND ij) two ilth- hour changes in the American League pitching staff have caused the odds o n the already favbfed National League to soon to 8-5 today for tomorrow's annual All- Star Gamo. tfobody here could recall, when one league f tiled such l n prohibitive favorite over the other, even during the y<?ar3 vhen the ppwei* packed American League captur'ed four straight from 1946 thrd*.if;h 1049. Now, on the eve of t he 21&t clash, the shoe is on the olher font. Not only does Hie Nalional own a four- game winning slreak but it has most of the long-ball hitters'. Until New York's Atlie Reynolds and Cleveland's Mike Garcia were declared physically unfit, it appeared the American Leagues seemingly superior pilchlng .might' offset the National's numerous home run hitlers. Reynolds begged off bectuise of a pulled 'gi;oin iriusclc and Garcia was excused because of a ruptured blood vessel in a finger. In Ihelr places, Manager Casey Slengel chose Sandy .Consuegra, crafty Chicago; While. Sox . right-hander, and Irv Noren, currently, hot. Yankee • outfielder. Noren probably will See action only as a pinch hitler Bdlh managers Stengel and rookie Waller Alslon were mum concerning their p itchers but 'the expected crowd of 05,000 iu Cle"^ land's Municipal Stadium p'roba was due to. see a battle of handers . at least' during the f: ihr'ee innings. • Based on the starling lineup^ which are predominonlly right- handed, and by process of climina*. lion, Ihe field narrowed clown ,'to Robin Roberts of Ihe Philadelphia 1 Phillies and Bob Keegan of Ihe Chicago While Sox as the opposing hurlers. Both will be well '• rested by Tuesday. Keegan has done no pilching since Friday, nor has Roberls e xcept for a brief mopup job Sunday. ,The only olher well rested pit chers arc the Yankees' Whiley Ford and the New York Giants' ohnny Antonelli. Milwaukee's Jim iVilson, who replaced the injured Harvey Haddix, does/not figure to tart.; Ford; and Antonelli arc left landers. Roberts, although sporting a ubpar , (for him) 1-1-8. record this eason, is a veteran All-Star co^n- ictilor. He was the'-'starting pitoh? r ,in three of the last four games till! winning ones for the Nalional eague. Keegan (12-3), a sopho more, is enjoying his first out* landing season in Ihe .majors. Slengel, Ihe all-Winning World ?eries wonder, who has ycl lo riumph in four All-Star games as nanager, may upsel Ihe dope and tart' Ford against Inn Nalional League lineup, which is packed vith 'left-h'and'ed'. power as repre* ented by Stan Musial,. Duke.-.Sni- er and Ted Kluszewski.' But Ford ias had a spotty season. Dean .lone of Washington, his only other wailable southpaw, is strictly amble. Yesterday's Results Atlanta 8, Birmingham 6 New Orleans 3, Mobile 1 Memphis 3-13. Little Rock 1-3 Nashville 9-3, Chattanooga 7-1 Today's Games Little- Rock at Chattanooga Mobile at Atlanta 2 New Orleans at,Birmingham Memphis at Nashville. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L 27 STORE building at Fifth and Laurel streets. Phone 7-3392. i2-8t Wanted to Buy TO BUY Men's Used Shoes. Reaves Bargain Shop, 31-TF YOUNG growth of cut over timber Jand, Anywhere in Southwest Ar- k'ansas. Will pay top prices. Phone 7.2228 or see Ralph Saun> Cleveland New York " Chicago Detroit' Washington Boston Philadelphia Baltimore 50 50 54 35 32 31 28 31 44 47 48 30 49 31 51 Pet. GB .675 .007 .034 .443 .405 .392 .380 .378 3 19 23 24 24'/i All Stengel's right-handers, with he exception of Keegan, worked ither Saturday night or yesterday: Baltimore's Bob Tuvlcy, Cle\rej and's Bob Lemon and. the. W.mt« ox' Virgil Trucks pitched yeste)?| day. Washington's Bob Poi-terfiejrt and Consuegra were on the mouricl Saturday. .Alston appears in a better way or pitching. Should Robert's start) his second p itcher, in all likelihood; vill be Anlonelli, whoso 13-2 record,: s the best in either league. Aft^.r Antonelli, the Brooklyn pilot can come back with Mary Grissoin, he Giants' ace relief right-hander; or southpaw Warren Spahn. Mil-' waukee's veteran southpaw, wh.a ders. J12-1 Mo, Noticf Body's ay new, "All air con" court. When guests or inqvire. 4 people $5.00. July 34 Mo. Strricti Offt rtd MATTRESS renovation »nd, inner- v GO, Yesteday's Results Boston 18-11, Philadelphia 0-1 Detroit 2, Baltimore 1 New York 7, Washington 3 Chicago 3-8, Cleveland 0-2 Tpday's Qarhes No games scheduled, NATIONAL LEAGUE W . New York Biooklyn Philadelphia Milwaukee Cincinnati St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh 57 51 40 41 41 41 42 40 42 29 50 27 55 Pd GB 27 .697 32 .614 5V 37 .519 .500 .488 .488 .367 .329 15 16 25% 29 Yesterday's Results St. Louis 4, Chicago 3 Brooklyn 8-1, Philadelphia 7-3 New York 13-1, Pittsburgh 7-5 Cincinnati 6-5, Milwaukee 5-6 Opportunity Mao or Woman YOUR OWN BUSINESS A new , Start in spare time. If satisfied, then wqrk full time, a and gollectino money frpm our mnphltiM In this area. JQ qual (fy yftTmyfYhUvif a ear, reference Q«$h to secure territsry " 9*X.?.*!! | yL * Jwys. A' 9? «yer ve fife Tennis Course Opens 6 p.m. at Fair Park All j-oungsters and adults Inte- •esled in taking tennis lessons are nvlted to be at the tennis courts his afterttoon at 8. The Parks and Recreation Comt mission, under the direction of dharles Cough....will, carry this raining program,as.a,riew.feature 'U-BOAT NEMESIS—The Navy's- new XHSS-1 antisubmarine 'helicopter makes one of its first flights over Bridgeport, Cohn. iBasic antisubmarine equipment in the plane is a sonar gear which !has an electric detecting device that mtiy be lowered into the i water while the helicopter hovers at low altitude. It has; an i extended range and can travel oVer 100 miles per hour, BODY BY GARY—Ready for an automobile show is two-year- old Daisy May Koemer, of Hays, Kan. Her unique vehicle was constructed by her 11-year-old biother, Gary, who is full of ideas which he thinks are all improvements on modern motor car design.; las three All-Star game perform^ ahces under his belt. Spahn; pitched Saturday. Right-hander Gene Conley of Mil. vaukee and Carl Erskine of Brook- yn, who saw action yesterday^ don't figure to b ecalled on ; unless Crackers Hope Mobile Series Bolsters Lead By The Associated Press With the All-Star game host role safely tucked away the Crackers turned' to the Mobile Bears today hoping to. pad thier slender Sout hern Association lead margin. The Crackers meel (lie Bears in .doubleheaders tonight and tomorrow V ; and a single game Wednesday ' before t.aking on the best of the rest Of the league in the annual "Dream Game" Thursday night. Manager Whitlow Wyatt couldn't have-been.happier, when his Crackers came-.frorp'~behind'- arid beat Birmingham 8-6 yesterday to sew up the All-Star.'game for Atlanta. ".That was m y biggest thrill in baseball." shid the Cracker manager," "World-Series or anything eise. That was it." Wyatt pitrhed two World Ser'^s games Awhile he was-with the Brooklyn Dodgers, winnine one and losing one. New Orleans beat Mobile 3-1 last night, Olher learns played doubleheaders. Nashville took two-from Chal- tanooga 9-7 and 3-1 and Memphis dropped Little Rock 3-1 and 13-3. ..Veteran-,'Cal Hougue gave the Pels t. hei? >-fourth straight over Mobile with his tight five-hit pitching; - The only Bcra 1 run camo in the fifth on Dick -Te'ed's homer. Bob Lennon broke a 7-7 deadlock in t he ninth to give Nashville i its victory in the first game. It( ended a long uphill battle for the Vols. wno trailed 6-0-in the second absolutely needed, pitched yesterday. Wilson also Bullfighter f Career, Her j Coveted Goal 1 JUAREZ, Mexico W) In th? language of the bull ring, former Broadway model and actres.fr Bette Ford has niuch paurage, bravery and beauly but her abil- ty is undelertnined, The 23-y e. a r-o \ d, curvaceous Miss Ford headed back to Mexico City today f or more training lo correct a trait that led her under the horns und hoofs of a vicious Mexican bull yesterday and to four narrow escapes. < Bette, from McKeesport, Pa™ made her formal bullfighting deM» in the Juarez Plaza de Toros, just across the Rio QvQn.de fron) El Paso, Indians Drop 2, Yanks Only if Ihe varied summer activities air Park. at Waldo Stops Legionnaires 6-2 in Heat The hot sun camb down, as Ihe rlope Legionnaires wilted 6-2 at he hands of the Waldo Giants yes-|' erday afternoon in Waldo. Wallace's triple .with, the bases oaded in the 8th ice the game for ,he Giants They went ahead of the 4 Game Behind By MIUTON RlCMMAN United Press Sportd Writer The once-brilliant bsttinft aver* ages of Bobby Avila and Al Rosen have come down more sharply" than pHces in a fire sale, wMdr may explain why the distance be* hveen the Indians ahcl Yankees has shrunk today like n. $1.98 shirt in the rain. • " By absorbing 3-0 and 0-2 lickings at the hands of the White Sox yeS- tei'day while Avila and RoSen wofo i limited to a single hit bctwcert them by Dilly Piet-co and Virgil Trucks, the Indians wntched 1 Amei-icah League lead dwindle'..to egionnaires in the 6th with a two run rally. Hope's Iwo runs . came in Ihe third, on consecutive singles by ough, While, and Johnson Waldo scored their first run in the ith on a walk and a double by Wallace Bill Jackson, winner, gave up 2 runs, on 7 hits, walked 2 and-fanned 9. Reeder Huddleston, loser, gave up 6 runs oh 7 hits, walked 10 and wiffed 6. Tuesday, night the Legionnaires will play host to the Mineral Sp-, rings Flyers in a Little River Valley league game. AB ,...4 ...3 ....4 alf game. The Yankees, naturally, helped mailers by beating the Seha-tbnvj gthertWstriiisehsoartinS....tPnrdei 7-3, for their ninth straight coi.i-. quest but Manager Al Lopez is, convinced lhat .Cleveland's chiefi trouble, as the learns take a breather for the Ml-slar game lomorrow,.'. is a pronounced hitting Jot-down* Proof of his point is the' fact- thai Avila was leading- the league with* a .362 bailing average- July ~ Isl while Rosen was runnerup wifh,, 3 .335 percentage. The Indians led the league by, three g amos on thai dale but since , then, Avila has dropped 21 points' 1 and Rosen 22 while the Yankees j have crept to within a half game.. Hope •W. H. Gunter While, Nix ............ Thompson Huddleston Johnson .... .Gunter Boyetl Gough ........ 4 3 4 3 3 4 Night Fishing Popular in Heat Wave** By The Associated Press Arkansas fishei men arc finding a way to beal Ihe summer hent at some of the big~. lakes in the northern part of the state. They are waiting until the sun goes down to angle .for their- fish. And not only are they cooler/but they are having good luck at catching extra big bass 4 Tom Mull, educational director of the State Game and Fish Commission, -cites these two factors thai help-.the .'-after-dark angler; 1. The fish are feeding more, which means they . arc more vulnerable to-the bait 2. A fish's vision is poor at night, too, and the fish can't see the angler. All that and lower temperatures too. - . -' • Mull says the night 'fishing 'is a regular operation: at .some of the bigger north Arkansas lakes, especially at Norfork Dam and Bull ShoalK "I/don't know w hy the idea hasn't spread to southern Arkansas," he said, "because the fishermen at the northern lakes. are having a lot i>fXluck.' Here's the way the fishermen operate Ihcir after-dark; angling: They attack a Coleman lantern to a boat in the lake, and back away fKom the boat. The light attracts bug's and the bugs attract fish. After that, its just ' a mat- Totals .; 32 Waldo AB Hefflin ...5 Wilkie 0 Breland .4 Wallace 4 Shirey : 5 Talbot ;...;:...-. ..4 McClerkin. .2 T^homas , 4 Jackson , .2 Tolals 30 R 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 R 2 3 0 1 .0 0' 0 0 .0 6 H 0 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 .1 7 H 2 0 1 2 >1 1 0 0 0 of Cleveland. . 1 lenlhs of a second. His lime was-'i ]3:32.2, upsetting I he old time ofH> 13:32.4 set by Gunder Hncgg Sweden in 1942. of ' Dublin (UP) In the Irish j Lawn Tennis, championships, Hugh j Stewart of Pasadena, Calif., beat 4 Mer'vyn Rose of Australia for the' . men's singles and Maureen Con- j nolly of S;m Diego, Calif., beat | Ginette Bacaille of France for the ' women's singles. j Sports in Brief SATURDAY NEW YORK (UPV Invigorator won the $58,600 Brooklyn Handicap at Aqueduct Park by three and a half lenglhs. Negleclecl in Ihe belling, Invigorator paid 527.80. Fine was second nnd Cold Command third. LONDON (UP) F. r e d d i c Green of Britain b roke.the world three mile track record by two- . I ... ter of casting in the edge of the light Mull says even that little amount of extra equipment is nol necessary for night fishing in small streams. The fishermen like" the night angling the cool air and the extra big fish. What about Mull? "I used to do more fishing at night than I did during the day time," he says. OCEANPORT, N. H. (UP) Three-year-old Artlsmo won the $25,800 Lamplighter Handicap at Monmouth Park. Coslal .Light wUs second and Pelouse third. LONDON (UP) Sir Gordon SUNDAY i LATIL-A Jr i;\nland (UP) John;' Landy Of Xustrdiia,- ••• the world's fastesl miler, 'ran- the il'IOOO meter race in two ; minulesj 20.-9 seconds,; a tenth off' 'the 1 v world's record. INDIANAPOLIS, Vic Seixas of Philadelphia cle-^ feated Hamilton Richardson, Tit- lane law student, to win Ins first r Western Singles Tennis championship. , BAASTAD, S w c d e n (UP) Budget Palty of Los Angeles and g Paris defeated Rex Hartwig of Australia lo .win Iho men's singles al the Baastad Internationa^. Tehnis tournamenl for Ihe third straight year. Fights Lost Night .By United Press DORTMUND, Germany (UP) Gustav Scholz, 158.1, Berlin, Ger- ; (* many, -drew/,.'with Clnde 158.4 France, (iO). Milazzoji 1 inning. Two unearned runs gave the "Vols their victory margin in the nightcap. Although outhit 8-6 in. the opener, Memphis bunched ils blows for two runs iu Ihe second and another in the third. A thrne-r'un homer by Georgo Mosko'vich highlighlod the Chicks '13-hit attack in the nightcap. ' Kelly Jack Swift muzzled • the Travs in tha second game on three hits. He fanned' nine batters. SPORTS ,99 TALiPT, Baseball By St. Paul 8-2, IndiauwpoUs 2-0 Toledo 4-1, Louisville 3 '? MU\ne»poUs 8-6, Kansas CHy 5-8 Co.Jutn.bu.9 0-3 By GAYLf TAUBOT NEW YORK:!* Everything's happening to the Brooklyns at once. Immediately after : tomorrow's '• All- Star Game at Cleveland Manager Walt Alston's . sheU-sho.cked crew must head for Milwaukee to play off 9 postponed garno the following night and the club is burning about it- There is an agreement that no games will be played in either league on the days before and after the All-Star tusslfe, but a series pjf early-season rainouts at Milwaukee has m«de it necessary to get in the game on Wednesday or risk losing it entirely, Ordinarily those players who are not chosen for the midseason fixture can luok forward to a three- day vacation, and tlw Padgers i^ tjxeir present state CQuld, use somo wa.s even t allj to . th«t they rolfiM prptest t o don't want to. We don't 'have to pay them either,' ';.'." After I he comparative, fiasco -. at Wimbledon, |t can be put down as certain that there wilj 'be no. professional tour nex;t faliJ A n ew face was needed, and that of Jarosjva Drobny, the" left-handed Czech who defeated little Ken Rosewall in the final of the" British classic, will not f ill the bjll. It was anticipated, with excellent reason, that Tony Trabert would sign a money contract if he was successful both at Wimbledon and Forest Hill? this surnmor, but his defeat by Rosewall in the semifinals washed that up. There is no other real prpspect in sight. Probny I s so little thought of on this side that it is doubtful he will be plfered. any special induce- nent to p\a.y in pur Natipns. Jt is rep,or>4 Ue wiU be offered the cus- iojnary trjw?port«(ti,on and $15 per ...by far N^w "Total Power" Esso Extra is breaking all past sales records...far outsells every other premium gasoline because it',s the best you can buy! First in safe* of both premium grtd regular qwoline in the #re<t - MewJay, July 11, ' SfARi NOMrAfcKANSAS ID BETTER STEP IN THIS PHONE BOOTH AND, REMOVE IT *^p V * ^IpW^wB* * w^^^^^p At the Zoo Answer td Previous Puiil* . ACROSS 1 1 Popular zoo , animal •. .4 Zoo wa'ter : ahimal • 8 £00 animal's .home 3 12 Good friend ,.13 Hideous 1 monster .U.State . 15 Individual i >10 Lingering > BO Nuisances !*J21;O\vnS •122 L.OVC .god -.'•^Insipid' •#6 Kind of place 10 Revoke 12 Tidier 14 Zoo deer's horn 35 Cylindrical 56 Assent \t Young lady l9.Kind of fish to Fur-bearing ('•f animal 41. Pea holder J2 Once more ("Land of the free" 49 Legislative [body 51 Slippery -. '• 'animal 52 Arrow poison 63 Stagger 54 Elders (ab.) ?5 Animals' lairs 56 Annoys £ 7 Also - t DOWN ianimal in zoo 2 Part of a window 3 Trunked zoo animals 4 Foot parts 5 Selves 6 Ascended 7 Permit 8 What a zoo keeper does 9 Strange zoo 26 European birdSS Ice glider bird, rara in the zoo's 40 Actors 10 Man (slang) aviary 41 What a ,-•.- : i 1 1 Units of 27 Mosl 'stable monkey ; does energy 28 What most to a b'anana , 17 Heroic poem zoo.animals .42Soitr .'-:' 19 Zoo animal aren't , 43.Departed, - , from India 29 War god. of 44'Prayer ;ehdmg 23Raves Greece : , 46Humble^, 24 Become 31 Zodiac sign 47 Food fish ragged 33 Vined 48 Likewise . 25 Unaspirated latticework 50 Three (prefix) 1 rz.. ? 18 Zf V) y\ 3b m 49 w 5S I IS "B 3 /I 11 9 ^ to a ifc ^ 31 5J . r » ^ ii>; M 50 5'i 56 > u n ^ » •Is --' 7 H /i •ii 3b - ^ " b . 7 LO ^ 11 6 4 • ^ Ji »:'. ' U •- • .:. /•, 51 ;••• 5^ 57 10 . H 'ffi -•;.'' kj : '*?: . •': , -. II • ; , *. w' • -'B ; CARNIVAL By Dick Turner * T. M. R«. U. •. Pit W, Copr. 1»M ty Nt« 8«r»k«. IrK. . '"I want to talk to my wife about this Indo-China business '—.uny'thing that has to do with intervention she'* a ••- _ whiz at'." : SIDE GLANCES By Golbraith JlrrfT,.,- : ~: ...•--, — - ~ - ' ' me T f 'They haven't given me a bit of trpMblf. Mr«i they've • f amufng they'rt In *vtjnjng •VVHV MOTHERS" GET OUR BOARDING HOUSE HEM HERALDIMS A-FRSSW!-* "Our musician neighbors are on ' *' PIE OtAftK IKI VIC FLINT •HB • GReiEHEN/ANcTN JoSJ'iAW 1» BOOTi AND HER BUDDIES -BUNNY , , r^t POLICH '•PULL IN ATTHfCT PILLIN'N STATION, PORKY, SO'S WE ' Jj-.C'N SET A COOL DBINK... / a'MFRVIhl 1 ' — —' ' ABpUT.THlS 51PBCAR, -rr's , BROILED BUNNY OUTA -CO^ T O^A^^ *• * / i *i^ #*'F i^*i-cr pw'^--^ r — ^ ^s' *. .V'^. OOP GADFRT, BUB,TH' 1 TOUGHER MINUTE. .YOU SURE THIS IS ) ™& TH 1 WAY TO WHERE THAT DRKGON TOOK TH'SQUIRES , pousHT TH HEAT WAVE TO CONTINUE THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNB •THIW5§ MKf TW/ if k>IKf iRiWP e©9p. !ANORDlNABV$aOA Z, MV AUNT PAULINE WAS RUNNING U. oTJWg TO FCKM, AAARTHA .THE iJCXJKWS'TOM? )_ (^9 TH61I? WW OF UFE ARE NiP ^QQP/ ^£ r 8 ^ I Wfc ••'•.£*•' - • ' ^?>•*/*r.- .a.A J.Vi ,•,, Jf.V,>- ' .,

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