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"%5»i»^T^^ HOPE STAR, H6M, ARKANSAS Tuosdoy.Jacptornbor 3, 1046 CLASSIFIED \ Ads Ilust Be to Office t>ay Before Publication Namberof One Three J?bc Worcte Ub to 15 16| to 21 Days Days Month .90 1.50 4.50 G.OO 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 20 .60 1.20 2.00 21jto 25 ... .75 1.50 2.50 26* to 30 .90 1.80 3.00 31'to 35 1.05 2.10 3.50 36* to 40 1.20 2.40 4.00 41J to 45 1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 40 to 50. 1.50 3.00 5.00 la.OO Rates are for Continuous Insertions O'.ily • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • 'Not Taken Over the Phone Real Estate for Sale : Help Wonted WAITRESS WANTED. MUST have experience. Phone 973 or Hugo Elkins, Hillard's Cafe. 29-Gt WANTED: SECRETARY. PLEASE apply by letter. Dr. L. M. Lile. Wanted to Rent 80-ACRES, TWO NICE HOMES. Two 20 acre tracts on both sides. - SighWay on Mope-SPG road. 90 ACRES NBAR SPRING HILL. 2 sets houses, gas and lights. Xfe Bottom lanfl. 248 ACRES. G ROOM HOUSE. 6 riiiles southeast of "H6pe. Gas, ' water and lights. This is extra . good land. 54'ACRES, 2 MILES SOUTHEAST of Hope, gas and lights. See Riley Lewallen. 31-31 FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR working girls. Phone 8. 3-31 For Sole or Rent SMALL 3 ROOM HOUSE, POSSES- sion 'at once. See Blackie Roberson at 404 North Main. Phone 147 31-3t Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 Bv King Feature! Syndicate., SPORTS ROUNDUP New York, Sept. 3 —I/?)— One of the cannier and more articulate golf pros (okay, its George Corcoran i picks Frank Stranaban to win the amateur championship at lilot an nil-girl team through dcm oust rations. The feminine angle ikely was arranged by Clair Bee ancl'.loe Lapchick to maxe sure t wouldn't find any good pros Baltusrol next week That's For Sole LESPEDEZA HAY, 60c PER -bale at barn.-West-Bros. Hope. .at. 3. 30-6t REGISTERED JERSEY BULL calf 10 months old. Also ABC washing machine in good condition. See Roy Foster, Blevins, Ark. Phone 2164. 29-6t New York, Sept. 2—Elliott Roosevelt has composed a book entitled "As He Saw It," described by Look magazine, which is publishing a four-part concentrate, iis "the inside story of the Roosevelt- Churchill-Stalin war meetings." The propriety ot the whole enterprise will mee't no challenge from those who, naturally or from the long process of contamination, regard the presidency of the United States as a gravy train for the incumbent and his family. A year ago, in testimony bel'ore ext>rimers of the Bureau of Internal Revenue, Elliott revealed that he was very hard up. The book and the I serial rights will relieve this condition. The material is a by-product of his father's office which his lather Coresightedly threw his way by inviting him to historic conferences which all concerned were shrewd enough to recognize as a source of future fortune. Inasmuch as ihese unsupported tattlings, sold commercially .constitute a plea in glorification of the late president and an equally unpleasant description of Winston Churchill and will be consulted not too hard, off the records, but George's reason is that Stranahan is the only present-day amateur who puts in enough practice lime. . . . "It was nothing," says Corcoran, "for Bobby Jones to spend six hours in one sand trap. (Eds Note: We quit golf when we couldn't get out of one in two hours) And when Lawson Little won the British amateur, he went over six weeks in advance and practiced hitting .against the heavy 'gales that prevail on seaside 'courses. . Francis Oulmet vould walk over a course two or three times and study it like a mariner would study his chart — and Jerry Travers, the greatest putter of all time, would don a •aincoat and putt for hours In a jouring rain to get the feel of the ;reens." ;tar football game in Chicago, some of the Los Angeles Rains' stars found themselves on the third string last week . . The Yankees have just acquired n batch of electrically heated olan- icets to drape over pitchers' shoulders between innings so they won t cool off. It would lake lightning to make them hot enough to cater the Red Sox. One-Minute Sports Page Nat Holman, City College ot New York basketball coach, leaves tomorrow for Mexico City where he'll lecture on basketball, and 1945 INDIAN/-CHIEF'"VTA".- THIS motor is lousy withi chrome trim,: " all accessories. Actual' miles 11,600. Can be seen at Hope airport. Priced right. Jim Turner. 31-3t THREE SADDLE'HORSES. SEE .H. A. Dillard, Yancey,'Arkansas ,or write Ozan, Rt. 1. 31-St Fans Flock to See Porkers Practice Fayettevie, Sept." 3 — (P) — Coach John BarnhiU's "secret practice" plans didn't pan out yesterday as. the University of Arkansas Razorbacks stepped through _ - ...their first two drills of the 1946 foot- by historians, they should be ac- ball season. . jcompanied bv footnotes and ex• The fans flocked to the practice , ccptions. ie'ld just the same. They couldn't: Look observes in an Editorial et through the locked gates but (no t c that Elliott "has had his name ned up around the wire fence sur-1 tossed about on the floor of the ounding the field and took in allju. s. Senate." Subject: his army le proceedings. | promotion.) That is an incomplete Spectators were to be admitted | reference. His name was "tossec jrough the gates today for the i about' 'in the House of Represei.t- --. nly time this fall. atives. too. and the Ways: and, ers -were killed yesterday m a six Barnhill still was looking for two Means committee made a; miserj car pile-up as their supercnaigea embers of his tentative varsity ; a blv evasive investigation of the speedsters roared into me nortn- - • — • " ' '- • ~- • '-•--- TT --' west turn of the one-rrule dirt track looping a pond at Atlanta's Lake- CANDY CASE, SHOWCASE, TO- bacco case, all glasSj two store counters, small cash register. A. 'D. 1 Middlebrooks, Jr. at 1120 South Main or call 607. 3-3i 1000 DOZ. FISH BAIT 'ON SPG highway, 2Vz mites north/of Hope on Douglas farm. 3-3t 8ft" ACRE FARM, GOOD HOUSE, barn, ideal for stock, 31 acres in .cultivation; Good land, electricity', 2 miles west o£ Emmet, old 67 highway, adjoining C. P. ArnoK v farm. - ; ;• 3-3t 1939 MODEL A FORD ROADSTER, Good, tires, good motor, new pain! job. Bob Magness, Emmet, Ark. " ; . 3-3t For Rent CI.OSE IN;. FRONT BEDROOM ' adjoining bath, Corking girls pre .ferred. Phone -583-Wi'i 31-3 lost WHITE AND BLACK SPOTTED male dog;-, bob-tail. Wearing col far with initials B.B.B. Answer to name- "Pluto". Notify Ear Stone Rt, .1. Bleyin's. , 3U3 FOR—Dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Smart • ANDERSON BROS. • necls As a result of Headache Dept. Harry Scmidt. Iowa Slate mtrn mural athletic boss, and Frank Elnnan organized a "farm bureai sports festival" to be held this week . . . Now they have to fine enough official to handle 109 soft ball and 33 baseball games 'n i\<" days . . . And one big southern col le«e is Irving to fltjurp how « keep the alumni and public happy when it has to allot football ticket to 8000 students, 2000 wives. 200( guests, the faculty and the visitinc school when its stadium seats onl> 24.000. How about playing some o those Sam Breadon doubleheaders Brazle Wins Two to Increase Cardinal Lead Barbs •" '*!»» Most people nre concerned over what to do in case of seasickness. Don't -.worry—you'll 'do it! • All men nre interesting In clinging gowns, especially husband —if they'll cling tor several yours. In Japanese cities four out of five homes have cats. There must be a'perpctua. shortage of shoes. Many women let collector Spo.ts Writer TwoTopRace Drivers Killed in Accidents By CHICK HOSCH Atlanta, Sept. 3 —(/P)—Two of the nation's top flight automobile rac- quad — Back Frank SchumchyK |ioan of $200,000 from John Hart- nd Guard Theron Roberts — as | ford, which his father helped to e planned for two workouts today. | promote and finally settled for two Ul other hands were on deck yes- • cents on the dollar. erday, with 53 reporting for the •A" squad and about 50 others or the, "B" team. Players will be shifted :'rom the Instead of calling witnesses, the committee, dominated by Democrats, relied entirely on the record of the internal revenue, whose at- 4 B" "to the "A" team and vice,, titude was expressed in an apolp- ersa on their merits. ' .... .„:_„ "Barnie" sprung a surprise in yesterday's openers. Nearly nil of . he day 'was devoted to forward aassing, which may be indicative >£ a change in the head mentor's original plans to tely almost en- STOP AND CHAT with MOLLY and BILL Famous for STEAKS and CHOPS Overstuffed Cheeseburgers and Yum-Yum FOOT LONG HOT DOGS with Chilli "CURB SERVICE" . ,-720 West Third — DE LUXE CAFE For ELECTRIC SERVICE irely upon a rushing game this all. The Razorback athletes' training able and dormitory went into operation along with the field work theii yesterday. Players are reciuirecl cal. o eat three meals daily and are prohibited :Crom doing any be- ,ween-meal stuffing. All unmarried athleties must live in the dormitory, >which is supervised by End Coach Bill Barnes. Aubrey'Fowler and Charles Gray were doing most of the passing yesterday/Hvilh Backs Pruitt Kelly, Mitchell Young and Ross Pritchard and End Alton Baldwin on the receiving end. Gordon Long, who did some fancy tossing before entering service two years ago, was due to limber up his arm today, and the sideline sweaters were anxious to see Clyde Scott, the former Navy sta.r, show his pass catching talent. . o Musial, Vernon Remain at Top of Batting New York, Sept. 3 — (/P) — Stan Musial of the St. Louis Cardinals and Mickey Vernon of the Wash ngton Senators still led the majoi eagues in batting, according to averages which included Sunday'- James, but there were signs of i ,wo-way scrap in the National anc a three-man battle in the Amer can during the final month of 'uh< season. Musial slipped off 11 points tr .369 holding only a four-point edge over Boston's Johnny Hopp at .365 Although Vernon still WPS on top in the American at .339, he wa crowded, by both Johnny Pesky and Ted Williams of trie pennant bound Boston Red Sox. Pesky ha edged into second place with .338 average to Williams' .335. — o Americans accept change a normal,but they live in terms o an ideal state of society, a dream t which they cling tenaciously, only by including other people's dreams within ours can we accept them as part of a future world.—Dr. Mar- ;aret Mead, American Museum of Natural History a>.thror>ologist. getic remark by the examining neent to Elliott at the opening of his testimony. The minority of the committee flatlv charged thnl the transaction had been flagrantly H'shop^t from start to finish .If the editors of Look did not know about this tossing about of their contributor's name in the lower House of Congress, that ignorance Atlanta Needs 3 More Wins to Take Title By The Associated Press Atlanta's Crackers needed only three more victories today to clinch the Southern Association pennant. > • ' With seven games remaining on the Cracker schedule and six left for second-place Memphis, Atlanta may be regarded as a measure o£ dianapolis lanr their fitness to edit a news period!-1 miles an nour. wood Park. The dead were George Robson of Glendale, Calif., winner of the 500- mile Indianapolis Memorial Day classic, and George -Barringer of Indianapolis. They died as their wives watched them hit a bctter-than-85- miles per hour clip in quest of first prize money of $3,700 for the 100-mile event. While a Labor Day crowd of nearly 30,000 watched, the ten racers, tightly bunched, were htading into the 98th Ian. As they approached the turn, Robson encountered old-timer Billy Devore of Indianapolis idling along at about 20 Devore .had a dam- winning three half-game margin would even National League fans long may i remember the 194G pennant race as the "buttle of the bullpens" with Manager Eddie Dyer of 31. Louis uncovering Al Brazle as his latest relief ace to mutch Leo Durocher's crew of firemen. The lean lefthander''! tfrealnst day ot the season came yesterday when he received credit fo'- both ends of a double win over Cincinnati. G-4 and 8-7, although lie. too, needed help from the bullpen in the late stages of the second game. The twin victories re-established the Cards' lead at '! 1-2 parties he- cause Brooklyn, after winning the opener from the Phillies H-2 ran afoul of Oscar Judd's left arm and dropped the 3-2 finale. Walker Cooper was the big .noise for the New York Giants in their eight-run seventh inning that earned an 8-3 edge and an even break with Boston, which had won the opener G-2. Cooper spoiled i brother Mori's shutout bid in the first tilt with a two-run double. It was the first time he had appeared against his brother since they left St. Louis. Pittsburgh and Chicago swapped decisions, the Pirates grabbing a 4-1 .opener tor Rookie Edson Bahr. The veteran Russ Bauers. a former Pirate, earned his first victory of the season on a7-3 job for the Cubs in the second. New York's largest crowd of the season, 73.551 paid, watched Boston sweep both games from the New York Yankees, !i-2, and 3-1, moving the Sox toward a mathematical flag clinching with a 151-2 game lead. Bobo Ncwsom thoroughly enjoyed himself on the holiday after- 'noon by trimming his old Philadel- iphia mates for a Washington 5-2 When traveling through a one- way street there's only one way to do it—or got pinched. ' Cattle gain weight faster if given salt. An idea for the butchei—why not season that thumb? . . Only as the leaders or_ Moscow become convinced that 'their pro.- sent expansionist, unilateral pplicy Cosmic Rays May , Produce Weapon Deadlier Than Atom Washington, Sept. 2—(UP> — Current research into cosmic rays may lead to a source of energy 1,000 times more powerful than iho :'un.'i % of ttte atomic bomb, according to Army Air Forte scientist' The AAF is carrying on extensive studies of cos mil. rays, which bombard ihe oar In from outer space, in'cooper 1 .)lion with scientists at ihe Massachusetts Institute of Technology and other scientific otg.uu- v.ations. A B-.29, equipped with Ot-eig- pr counters for measuring the rays, has been stationed near MIT to.carry out high-altitude tests. Our country is capable of mani- taininj;'an economy - free from the evils of both inflation and - 1 -"" SIMH KAiJimsiuniM, uimcui'i CM uuiiuy '-*..« *.. .-...,... .... ---•" has earned the labor-liberal forces lion.—President, t rum an. of the world will they be disposed to abandon it for a more, honest, co-operative policy. —Dr. John L. Chilcls. New York State Liberal Party chairman. Have Your Discharge Copied . for Furlough etc. 24 HOUR SERVICE Shipley Siudio 220 So. Walnut Hope, Ark. iiiu ^., x . ........ „ ..... _ ....... . _ CHICKS should take all six ot theirs. | wjn Hess jri oreSi ono C) f the better The Crackers', present four-game j | ul ,.j e ,. s in the league for the past lead was unchanged after they j montn earned his r ifth straight split a Labor Day doubleheader 7-1. lor an even break. spt a aor ay oe victory 7-1. lor an ev with New Orleans while the Chicks Hank Greenberg's - . . - . were dividing a pair with Chattanooga. The Pels won the opener 0-3 and the. Crackers took the nightcap 2-1. Memphis dropped the :'irst The article here considered contains much matter in direct quote. I find no statement that these remarks are taken from a steno- raphic record. If they are, the uestions reasonably arise wheth- the record was taken with aged drive shaft. Robson swerved from Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St Hope, Ark, ihurchill's .knowledge or tealth, through a dictograph by or ther secret device and why, be- ng a historical document and the roperty of the American people, icy were made available exclu- ively to Elliott to sell for private srofit. In the absence of proof that tie quotations are exact they are ubject to the usual doubt. Even he best reporters, who practice or years, cannot remember exact- y what two or more persons say n conversation. As an experiment you might try it for ten minutes, ising a stenographer to record 'the slurts, the half-sentences and asides. Naturally, Elliott depicts his father as the hero of the meetings and Churchill as his inferior Churchill, always a prolific boiler in the journalism of the rail , -- ,, „ , . , . game to the Lookouts 2-9 but won gt Lou j s thumped Cleveland, - homer provided the scoring punch for Detroit's 2-1 edge over Chicago in the first half of a double. Frank Papish 1 outpitchcd Al Benton to square matters, C-2. e second G-5. , , j ! on an eight-run spurt in the eighth The only double win ot the day |j ( r „ opcner nncl the teams ------- _,:,_.,.- .u_ »^u.i« QO,,., '. pot this country and his own, deserves the courtesy and justice of an invitation to reply, at his regular rate. An able man in controversy whose speeches in the war will ring and resound with poetic and dramatic beauty by contrast with Roosevelt's stilted condescension to \.hat gibbering slob of his own snobbish imagining, the common man, Churchill could be trusted to take his own part against a phenomenal tyro without the help of a gost. But the interests of fairness, public information and historical truth demand that he conquer his own qualms and report his version. We read under Elliott's name that Churchill "was beginning to oward the center of the track and vas struck by Barringer. The im- >acl sent Robson's car,a roc-out lose clamp special, hurtling end over end down the track. Robson was thrown clear, but at least two cars passed over his body as they piled up. The accident plowed up dust ob souring me vision of the onrushing drivers. Robson had two children, a 12- year-old boy and a six-year old rl. Barringer, 42, who died of skull fracture, is survived by his widow. Yesterday's Stars By the Associated Press Al Brazle and Enos .Slaughter, Cardinals — Brazle saved both games for St .Louis against Cincinnati, 6-4 and 8-7, with relief pitching; Slaughter's two run homer won opener, his two home runs decided. finale. Carl Furillo, Dodgers, and Oscar Judd, Phillies—Furillo's three hits, including two-run homer, sparked Brooklyn to 5-2 win; Judd stooped Dodgers in second, scoring winning 1-un of 3-2 margin. . Walker Cooper, Giants— opened eight-run rally with his home run with two on in New York's second game 8-3 victory after Braves had copped opener. Ed Bahr, Pirates, and Russ Bauers, Cubs —Bahr serviced shaky start to beat Cubs, 4-1; Bauers recorded first victory in 7-3 second game was credited to the Mobile Bears, wno slapped Birmingham 7-1 and G-4 to climb into fifth, place over* the Nashville Vols. The Vols hut out Little Rock 12-0 on Dutch McCall's three-hit pitching in the second game opener ,.._.,— .- innings to a 2-2 deadlock bel'ore darkness forced the second game* to be called. It will be replayed as part of a doubleheader today. their Thc difference between the twin bill, after falling be- Na >s unso uj s h devotion to duty in tore the first inning onslaughter lhc i( var and lho prescnt S cUi-sli aV- in the .opener, 3-1. McCall. be- t hude of those in high authority in GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Batteries Recharged Shop Equipment is no better than The man that uses it. For Your Repair Work, see HOMER COBB Highway 67 Phone 57 ALLGI's Interested in FLIGHT TRAINING Contact Vet OHicc or B. L. Rettig at the airport • Flight Instructions • Rides • Charter Trips HOPE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT Agent for SCAT Airline look apopletic," that he heavily" a remark about "began British NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE SELECTION OF NEW MOULDINGS CLYDE FRITZ PHone 399 AVENUE B CROCERY REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS end CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) W No Answer Phone 3158-R Get Ready FOR FALL By having your winter garments cleaned and pressed. We Pick Up and Deliver "Plenty of Parking Space" Cleaners HALLS Hatters 208 N. Ferg M »on Empire trade agreements and, in another page, that "he growled." These are the interpretations of a hostile observer to which a loyal friend of Churchill might retort ,that Roosevelt had the appearance j of one who had suffered cerebral thrombosis, that he "cackled inanely" and that he "swore with the disgusting affectation of a mama's boy who had studied swearing for a purpose." When we find Elliott renorting that, after a night conference which revealed Churchill "in :!ine form " a whole bottle of brandy had been emptied, we must analyze the passage for explciit language. We find no statement that Churchill, alone, had drunk the whole bottle of brandy, but a remark that "if anything, his mind seemed to work more clearly, his tongue more easily." I suppose Elliott meant me to understand that Churchill did drink it all, that his father and Ihe rest drank nothing. By the phrase "if anything" Elliott tells me that Churchill stood to his glasses steady where another man might have passed out, drunk. It is common knowledge thai Churchill is a brandy man but il is not common knowledge nor it true that either President Roose veil or Elliott shunned alcohol. The president drank martinis, which are much more potent than brandy :>nrl a horroi- to all well-mannered drinkers of respectable taste. i Elliott drinks as much as Churc- ihill on occasion and he would not i be the one to say whether his own I mind works more clearly and his i tongue more easily when he does. If they do he is a great drinker. If unconfirmed and unsupported violations of the code of hospitality and civilized manner are to be Ihe missiles of this unprovoked commercialized controversy, and this meeting occurred aboard the U. S. S. Augusta with Roosevelt as host, then I may say that the late Gen. Hugh Johnson told me of an all-night visit with F. D. R. during which Roosevelt emptied a stone bottle of Holland gin and got drool- ins drunk. His wife, as usual, was off on the orad. He usually tossed in three quick martinis before he made a dinner speech and the Dave Ferriss and Mickey Harris, Red ox—Ferris won 12lh straight and 24th of year in 5-2: opcner; Harris allowed only four New York hits in 3-1 finale. Hank Greenberg, Tigers — his two-run homer gave Detroit .'.-1 shade over Chicago in first of doubleheader. , Bobo Newsom, Senators, and Jose Flores. Athletics — Newsom trimmed old Philadelphia mates, 5-2; Flares earned -fifth, straight victory, 7-1. sides fanning nine men. hit homer and drove in four runs. Tonight's games: New" Orleans at Atlanta Mobile' at Birmingham Memphis at Chattanooga •LUUe,£Rock at .Nashville. ' . . o-l:—. Bitter Issues Face UN Security Organization New York, Sept, 2 — (/P)— The United Nations Security Council was headed today fior long and bitter argument before settling two hot issues raised by Soviet sources —the Ukrainian charges against Greece and Foscow's demand i'or jitformation on Allied titoops. The Ukrainian complaint that the Greek government is a menace to the BalKans will be taken up when the- council meets again at 1 p. m. C. S. T. tomorrow at its ;iew quarters at Lake Success, N. Y. The delegates hoped thev might vote at that meeting on admitting the charges to the agenda. The United States delegate, Herschel V. Johnson, and some other members remained to speak. A spokesman for Johnson said the United States would not oppose hearing the Ukrainian charges but the U. S. delegate has'not declared himself on whether he thinks the Charges have been presented properly. titude of those in high authority he Navy toward the President and the best interest of the national defense is appalling.—Sen. Lister Hill (Di of Alabama. BUTANE SYSTEMS Pttmbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope. Ark. COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. 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St. Louis 9-2; Cleveland 2-2 (second game tie called account darkness end 13 innings). Southern Association New Orleans 0-1; Atlanta 3-2. Little Rock 3-0; Nashville 1-12. Mobile 7-G; Birmingham 1-4. Chattanooga 9-5; Memphis 2-6. Fights Last Night By the Associated Press Baltimore — Deacon Johnny Brown 1G8, Baltimore, stopped Bert Lvtell, 15 41-2, Oakland, Calif., (2). Brooklyn — Morris Reif, 14G, Brooklyn, knocked out Vic Pignataro. 144 1-2. New York, (2i. Tijuana. Mexico—Enrique Rola- nos 134, Los Angeles, knocked out Joey Pirrone, 135, Cleveland, 2). COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main "Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Main St. Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repair! 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WANTS VOU TO COME TO THE PHONE OAttA* , , ) v COOK'S, GO UP PAPA'S IM AA AND ASK HIM HE BATHTU8.YWHAT THE EXACT .DITHERS rv FIGURES WERE ON THE DEAL aiiJ.- RETIRED IN iE LAST OP. £• SEVENTH/ By Dick Turner CARNIVAL By Galbraith SIDE GLANCES nwhile in Melcroft's study --\ THE LITTLE MINX/ IF I COULD GET MY * BUT MARCIA f THAT TRUCK WAS LOADED WHEN IT LEFT RAPID RIVER. BUT WHEN IT BURNED AT COLD CREEK PASS IT WAS EMPTV. SOMEBODY \ /HIJACKERS/ GOT AWAY WITH I X I WONDER IF SOON IT WILL RE TOO COLD TOR MV MORNING I 7 'MARCIA PHONED A BIT AGO, TWILIGHT, AND WAS CONCERNED ABOUT HER "AUNTY MISTRAL'; HANDS ON HER.' . WAS CONCERNED SWIM. BUT HOW RELAXING ABOUT MISTRAL. HMM' AFT?R SUCH A HECTIC NlGH'T/ [( AND MCP.CIA, POOR DEAR, SWIMMING. ABOUT HOW. I'LL BE RIGHT BACK. 50,000 PAIRS /I THOSE NYLONS WERE OF NYLONS./ ( IN THAT THYMBAL TRUCK AT MELCROFT'S GJ T NIGHT YEAH? DONT fOR- GET SHE SAW-THAT THYM3AL TRUCK AT '^•::~^-'--.A THE GATE AND HELPED '' '•' "• " s FLINT ESCAPE. WE GOTTA E CAREFUL WASH TUBBS By Leslie' furner ...WHEN MTTKCKB^ / OH,WASH'. '.'<i HIS PUEBLO/ \ PERHAPS SOMETIME ENEkMSS. UDDERS I WHERE M?E \SHE STAND IN WILL NEVER BRING' THirfA ' WERE PULLED DP, Mi\ THE TWINS? t GOOD SHAPE FOR WEWsA&MN, I'HOPF 1 ' 'CENTUR\ES...N\EBfeE n . r.. . LONec-R....SUT SEARS __, GROUND FLOOR WIX* STORE R00f.\5 ENTERED FROM' TRftP DOORS IN ROOF.., fc-—-i'Wyr-^»*«^SU( / ~^*f • \f ", j .KOWLOOKV^t^ ti> -:;•... m 1Mt BV NEA'acBVICE. INC. T. M. BEO. U. 8. PAT. OFF UUHALD UUCK By Waft Disney It's all set for Wednesday-night, but don't talk about —' COPB. 1M6 BY HEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. EEC. U. S. PAT. Off comic books—she's the intellectual type!", ..-"Bill in Japan, John in lii«li- school, nncl now there goes Tommy, the Inst of our boys!" _ _ . FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberoer HAVE I Peer/ CASTOR OIL , D.D.T., You TO GIVE THIS i WON CARBOLIC ACID, /CANT DRIP $IO IW „ I IT MERCHANDISE /FAIR. AMD By Carl Anderson '. ; OP2- PERHAPS VOU'D LIKE OUR POWDERED ALUM lf= YOU LIKE '~TQ ' WHISTLE AT GIRLS, ITLL HELP YOU To PUCKER UK' r^^ OCEAMVIEW LI6WTHOUSE ••'For Leaven's sake, turn in and ilop.walking ai-ound iu circlesl" ALLEY OOP By V. T. Homlin SURE, I KNOW IT'S DANGEROUS OUT IN THAT JUNGLE, BUT HOW COULD ILL SAY WE HAD- THIS COULD BE BAD,' SUPPOSE IT'S SILLY OOOLA AN' STONE ARE BUT — Thimble Theater P'RAPS I ORTA POOR OLIVE . BEING THE SHES WAITIN' WATER OSK.'M VEEY WELL, SIR BELIEVE THS ip^p.'r'KW^ -.<&? By Edaar.Martin I'O I VOU'Rt . VOU TO HtVP 6tT (At OUT OF >->\_L \\\\'i R16HT AOOT<=, > | •' HOV3 DO VOU HtRt OM | Ftet? r By J. R. William* OUR BOARDING HOUSE OUT OUR WAY With Major Hoople WELL, FOLKS, IT LOOKS THAT CMII^-IVV OP m HE WAS ^^7 LET'S PLUS Httv\ AUD 13? JAKE'S DOESM'T W ATISVXT ^ SEE IF HE'S RlPE.' MAKE \\\M A ,^1 SHOE EVEM )\ BUSTER CAM FAKE AM TDOCTOR IM \\.Y l<%?} VvlHEtvi He <^ APPEMDlCITIS ATTACK 80OK~~TH& y%:( ACTED )•£>} AND SEE IF DR. ONLY TSOlt^TS \2\ M/XTORAL- \&\ CAM DlAGNlOSE AMV- FAI\A\UIAP. \'-:\ -**• TW5 ^iVTHIIsSS EXCEPT A VAIM I X THREE THE \MEST ^S1 \ A N5\CKED / „ \ BlLLlP>R.D v RA7.0R „* . ls ' £?=S-r .'-'^ 4 I IKE THIS MAM WES H/V=i "' ,-~\ «•' \/\- ^COPR. 194C BY fytfA • '-By Fred Merman • RED RYDER 'H RED AND ..iTtLt 9EAVEK OEARCrt =DR Ei,.. It-' REO-KEAPE15 O\-iSOT5 , ORC'-£."•' WE'F-S H£W,t^' \ FOR , A ,i-iC=. : KCHJD'lR's —I I'LACJT' is for SAVIIGS Do you get n dividend on your fire insurance? Each year our companies return millions .of dollars to policyholders. Yo'ii can nlso save at least 20 percent by in'suring witii us! Foste^EHis MUTUAL. INSURANCE AGENCY Non-Assessable Legal Reserve 108 East 2nd Phone 221

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