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Page four H6PE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesdtav, Sonfcmlwr 4, 10/1 CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Ntifnber of -One Three Six One Wtortts Up-to 15 io;to-2o 21?to 25 aatto so 31 > 35 36,Uo 40 41»;to 45 40/lo SO »>3»*:V<! Dav Uavs Davs Month .4fi .SO 1.50 4.50 .GO 1.20 2.00 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 .tit .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 13.50 15.00 •Rales are tor Continuous Insertions Only • /AH Want Ads Cash in Advance • "Not Taken Over the Phone lp Wanted WA1TKESS WANTED. MUST have experience. Phone 973 or Hugo Elkins. Hillard's Cafe. 29-6t WANTED: SECRETARY. PLEASE apply by letter. Dr. L. M. Lile. < ' A-3t Taken Up Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Newark, N. J. — Billy Grant. 175 1-2, Orange. N. J.. outpointed Johnny Colon, 175 1-2, New York Elizabeth, N. J. — Busier Tyler. 145 1-4, Newark. N. J., stopped Viuce LaSalva. 146 1-2, Mt. Vernon, N. Y., (.Si. Manchester, N. H. — Jackie I Harris, 129, Maiden, Mass.. won by .'disqualification over Jimmy Rizzo, 136, Hamilton, Ont.. <(H. By United Press New York (Croke Park)— Billy Kilroy. 153, Patterson, N. J., out- pointed Bob Boucher, 153. -Nebraska City. Neb., ' TAKEN UP. BLUE MULE, '\Veight about 750. 11 miles south 'oh highway 29. Owner pay for ad •and upkeep. B. A. Clark. ,4-3t Fair Enough By Weitbrook Pegler Copyright, 1948 Bv Kino Feature* Syndicate. Nesv York, Sept. 4 — The memoirs of Elliott Roosevelt and of persons who held office and enjoyed social courtesies which made them more or less intimate with Franklin D. Roosevelt will call for ception if the record is to be kept ceplion if the recor dis to be kept straight for posterity. Those who honor him surely would insist that it was his desire to be known to history as the man he was, complete with his inconsistencies and faults. Yet. the' minority of the Pearl Harbor committee complained that , its inquiry was cramped by the | withholding of records Which were 'Miss America' Contest Starts in Atlantic City Atlantic City, N. J., Sept. 3 — (A'}— The 25th "Miss America" pag cant opens here today with 4fi girls from 37 slates and 11 key cities competing for glory, the title "Miss America of 1940" and $25,000 in scholarships. The contest opens with a "Mardi Cms" parade along the five-mile long boardwalk and onds '.Saturday night with the selection of the girl to succeed Bess Myerson of New York as "Miss America.' ' Main prize . f or the winning contestant will be a . $5,000 scholarship. Another $20,000 In scholarships will be shared by the 14 runners-up and the most talented contestant not appearing in the finals. CanbdaWillBe Given Chance to Play End Post r-'ayelleville, Sept. 3 — (/1'V— Bud Canada, Hot Springs, who has done most of his football- inj! as a halfback probably will fill a different role this Call. Coach John Barnhlll said today he was giving the Spa lad a tryoul at "strong" end nnd that his initial efforts at that post were very encouraging. Barnhill also reported that Center Red Wheeler was showing improvement from old injuries and probably would be available for some duty with the Porkers this fall. Bill Carkldo, 140, Youngstown, O., outpointed Eskar Moselv, 14. New York ••(•6). Scranton, Pa. — Vince Miller, For Sale vLESPEDEZA HAY, GOc PER bale at "barn. West" Bros. Hope, ;'Ht. 3. . 30-6t, REGISTERED JERSEY 'calf'TO months'old. Also BULL ABC New York (MacArthur Stadium) | deemed to be the private property of his estate so the possibility naturally occurs to mind that the Roosevelt papers which are to become a national "treasure" and a charge on the people's taxes in the library at Hyde Park may be culled and edited to the advantage, of his reputation and the distortion of history. Currently, Elliott Roosevelt is commercializing his version of private conversations between his lather, as host, and Winston Church- .11, as guest, to Churchill's detriment. 124, Elizabeth. N. J.. outpointed Walter (Cabey) Lewis. 131, New 'York.' I Union City, N. J. —Sal Richie, NO 1-2, Brooklyn, outpointed Charlie Howard. 148 1-4, Pittsburgh <8K New ,Yon> -CQueensboro Arena) — Willie Odom, 141, Chicago, out- pointed Juan Carrero. 138, Puerto •Rico (8). Salem, Mass. — Tommy washing machine in good condition. See Roy Foster, Blevins, Ark. Phone 2164. 29-6t . Greb, 135, Boston, knocked out Jean! Manners change with the times Barriere, 137, Montreal (IK :CA;N0Y 'CASE, SHOWCASE, TO- bacco case, all .glass, two store Counters; small cash register. A. B; Middlebrboks, Jr. at 1120 South Main Or call 607. 3-3t loqo DOZ. FISH :BAIT ON SPG Highway, 2y> miles north of Hope .on.Douglas farm. 3-3t 80?ACRE FABM, 'GOOD HOUSE, 'barn, ideal for stock, 31 acres in cultivation. Good land, electricity, 21 .miles west -of Emmet, old 67 Highway, adjoining C. P. Arnold farm. , 3-3t 1939JMODEL A FORD ROADSTER, Good tires, good motor, new paint Job: Bob'Magness, Emmet, Ark. 3-3t 1935 PLYMOUTH AND MODEL A Ford. See Herberx v/hitten, 705 West Division, Hope. 4-3t ONE OIL CIRCULATING HEATER good as new. Joe D. Brown, Phone 24-W-3. 4-3t For Rent FRONT BEDROOM. ADJOINING Hath, working uirl or man pro- rferred. ••••. Mrs. .Geo. Sandefur. Phone 122-W. 4-3t Wanted to Rent FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR Working girls. Phone 8. 3-3t Tiles set at a slight distance frorn exterior walls of early Roman buildings kept interiors warm and -'dry by allowing air to circu late'between the .layers. FOR—Dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No, Job Too Large or.Too Smart • ANDERSON BROS. • SPORTS ROUNDUP Cats Showing Up We!I in Daily Practice Bubba Smart Takes Oil Bclf Golf Tournament- Ei Ooi-sulo, Sept H —(/I 1 )— Ar- kmisns' ycni.thful "t'.olfing inn- L'hino" — Hiehiircl (Utifobm Ijiniui of l j lne Bluff—h;id imollicr vropiiy, the Oil Bell tournament oiinm- pionship, In his collection -today. And the title served to dispute the word of thy "experts" .who ,, , . . , .said the 21-year-old University of Under a blazing sun the Hope Arkansas student and war viilcr- Bobcats are going through two an could" shout steady, mechanical stitf drills daily and it looks likcl KO |f but not a sensational f-nmo. J. P. Moore of Benton May Join Vandcrbilt the boys will be ruady in all do partments nnd hard to handle come Kamctime September 13. Alter a hard round of running plays, passing, charging as a unit, Smart's performance in the Oil Belt finals yesterday, when Me beat Willie McCrotty of Lilllo Rock, iho defending champion :> and 1. was mediocre. But the three-time Ar- Nashville, Tenn.; Sept. 4-(UP) — J. P. Moore, pre-war star whig'' back, and now a regular armv captain In the air corps. Is exjiotli'd to be working out with the Vainer- bill Commodorus next week Coach Henry (Modi f'.andtns said he expects Monrc to arrive here Saturday to rc-nnter Vanderbih tu c'ouiploto his work toward a do- Kree—and to (jive Vandcrbilt livst; rate punlinK "Ihls .snason. Moon; is from TU'mrm. where ho won a berth on tho i"al all-star team ol tin? High School Conferonco. Forest Hills, N. .., Sept. 4 — (to last clash before Kramer went out Charley Donovan, 139, New ork (1). Hartford, Conn. — George Martin, 151,. Boston, and Patsy Gior- land a historian might not know ' lhat the unwritten law of polite hospitality guest lhat his rem conduct and thc nature and quan tity of his drinks would not be discussed, much less written about; — Tr.vgve Lie. United Nations general secretary and a real tennis fan, must have been a bit perturbed when he saw what had happened to all the other nalions who^ were challenging U. S. supremacy' in the national championship . . . Only a handful of foreign players survived the first three rounds . . . Lie. a member of the West Side club here, is thc kind of spectator who wanders around, hanging over the fences, to sec the best matches in that's quite a trick, considering his 'build' Jack Kramer, who talks 'stylos' like ne assured the. \ M We ill, though in different lan t arks and his. g ua g ei claims he's more afraid of fied, (4). , ; ° UaWa b ° th dist|unli - or P'-om,by a member of the, ' of thc , hostl J n thi , s J? s ? ccU ! to 'me, 1 Kramer claims •• • j Harrisbur.g, Pa.—Bobby \Vaters. 131, Harrisburg. knocked out Baby ArmsU-ong, 129, Philadelphia O. Legal Notice Chicago— Ramey McKnight, 104,1 Elliott may be either behind or Milwaukee, outpointed Billy Xen-i ahead of his time, but he is not gal, 167. Detroit '«>. I current. It seems almost certain. Los Angeles — Johnny Haynes, I that Mr. Churchill was not put on 223, Los Angeles, knocked out Cul-j warning that this would be done' len (Rusy) Payne, 182, San Diei/o and I 'am equally confident that lie would have expressed himself well had he been so warned. Nevertheless, Elliott conveyed an impression that Churchill, alone, emptied a bottle of brandy in one evening and that the others, present abstained. Again, in a book called "Dinner at the While House," by Louis Adamic, who is ciled forly limes in Ihe official report to Congress of the Dies Committee on Un-American Activities, Churchill gets an un-. favorable press from one who shared with him thc stalus of guest. Adamic refers to the Dies Committee as a "Red-baiting" agency, but thai may be a defense. Red-bailing is a legitimate and commendable reaclion against the Communist conspiracy against ihe United Stales. Arid I am confident that he would agree with me that the cry of "Red-baiter" often has been raised to discredit truthful revelations of organized treachery by Communists acting under . directions from the headquarters of the international organization in Moscow. "Dinner at the While House" is largely an advertisement of an earlier work by Adamic, who is a naturalized Yugoslav, Churchill wanted to invade Europe through the "soft under-belly" of the Adriatic and the Balkans. All Com- nunisls opposed Ihis and they still maintain that Ihe Normandie coasl was Ihe correcl point for the invasion although the attack there met prepared fortificalions backed by much beller communicalions lhan Ihe enemy could have had in the PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL. AMENDMENT NO. 38 SUBMITTED BY FIFTY-FIFTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE AND HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS, a majority of all the .members .elected to each House agreeing thereto: Thajt. the following is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, and upon being submitted to the electors of the State for ap- Don McNeill than of defendine champion Frankie Parker. 'Don hit the ball and charge dangerous : ... As for Parker, Jack beat him in their overseas and in their first postwar meeting in the same Southern California -tournament. I' guess 1 have Frank's number on that court.' Jack atlmits. - Turnabout J. F. McKale, U. of Arizona athletic director, has issued a call for fall baseball practice, a plan he cooked up just before thc war . . . He expects to have 30 or 40 boys drilling for three weeks and explains: 'New boys will feel more like old timers when spring training is opeil.Kl.' . . . If football and basketball coaches can stage spring drills, why not baseball in and frequent laps around Ihe field the fall? In the old days baseball continued as long as the weather permitted and there even are recorded occasions of major leaguers playing baseball on ice skates. 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 proval or rejection at the next general election for Representatives and 'Senators, if a majority of the electors voting thereon, at such an election, adopt such amendment, the same shall become a part of the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, to wit: SECTION 1. That Amendment No. -3 of the Constitution of the State of Arkansas be amended to read as follows: The county courts of the State in their respective counties together with a majority of the justices of the peace of such county, in addition to the amount of county tax allowed to be levied, shall have the power to levy not exceeding ten mills on the dollar on all taxable property of their respective counties, which shall be known as the county road tax, and when collected shall be used in the respective counties for the purpose of making and repairing public roads and bridges of the respective counties, and for no other purpose, and shall be collected in United States currency or county warrants legally drawn ori such road tax fund H a majority of the qualified elector's of such county shall have voted public road tax at the general election for State and county officers preceding such levy at such election. Piled in the office of Secretary of State on the 20th day of March, 1945. Witness my hand and seal of office on this the 25th day of February, 1946. C. G. HALL, Secretary of State May 8, 15, 22, 29, June 5, 12, 19, 20, July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, Aug. 7, 14, 21. 28, Sept. 4. 11. 18. 25, Oct. 2, 9. 16, 23. 30. Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Spcciolize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark. Balkans. Churchill's purpose was to NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE SELECTION OF NEW MOULDINGS CLYDE FRITZ PHone 399 AVENUE B GROCERY thwart the present Russian domi nation of the Danube and the Balkans which many authorities now regard fearfully as a hatching place for another war. The Communists clamored for a second front in France but the most vociferous of them never went there. They included Charlie Chaplin and half a dozen C. I. O. Presidents. Adarnic writes thai he urged Roosevelt to abandon plans for a full- scale invasion of the Balkans, proposing inslead that the United Stales send arms to Marshr. 1 - Tito, who so recently shot down five unarmed American soldiers with some of those very weapons. In the summer of 1944, Mr. Adamic writes, our OSS inquired whether he would .go to Yugoslavia as an attache of the American commanding general if we and the British should attack in the Balkans. By that time he 'had developed "a profound distrust" and, remembering the sad experiences of some less cautious men, he "stipulated such conditions thrit the ( idea of Riving me the job was dropped." Others of Ihe same po- itical persuasion were equally Dashful. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS end CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) It 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 N. HAILS Halters In this little work about the dinner party, Adamic permits himself a libe:ty which I have never allowed myself in such circumstances. I hnvo lunched at Ihe White House and attended a picnic at Hyde Park but my understanding of manners forbade me to de- sci ibe these parties or comment on my fellow guests. To ask permission to do would be unthinkable of me. Adamic tolls us that "no member of the Roosevelt family and no one present at the dinner saw any part of his book in script." He relates that Roosevelt, who certainly knew Churchill was a brandy mun, offered the prime minister an orange blossom cocktail. This is a disgusting mixture of orange juice and gin fit for unmanly hypocrites unwilling to drink forthrightly. I count on Mrs. Emily Post to support my contention that the host, in common courtesy, should have provided bruudy. The evidence of international boorishness is supported by Adarnic's report that Roosevelt presently raised thc shaker and, "grinning," asked Churchill "how about a refill'.'" Churchill declined "glumly" but otherwise held his tongue. But, suiting his manners to Roosevelt's would he not have been justified to pour the orange blossom into the fern pot or the fireplace and spit in Roosevelt's eye? As hostess, how does Mrs. Roosevelt come off in this? By her own statements, in her autobiography, her father was a drunkard repeatedly confined in sanitaria, and one of her uncles was a spectacular souse. Her own aversion to alcojiol thus may be understood but here v/e have not teetotalism but a gratuitous denial of an ordinary convenience to a man, who Southwest Grid Prospects Look Good to Mentors By The Associated Press Southwest Conference football coaches were a much happier lot than usual this morning as they entered the third day of fall practice. But, of course, there still was none willing to admit he had tho team to beat for the title. At least two of the mentors, John Barnhill of Arkansas and Dana Bible of Texas, had especially good reasons for sleeping more peacefully last night. Barnhill learned, yesterday that his veteran center, 'big Earl Wheeler, is in better condition after a minor operation than he had believed. The husky rehead played a wheelhorse role in the afternoon drill. Bible received good news from Lutabock, where All-America End Hubert Bechtol announced he would return to Texas for th-'- 1940 season. Bechtol, who* earned All- America honors with the - Longhorns in 1944 and '45, had gone back to Texas Tech, where 'he played in 1943, because he was unable to find living quarters for his wife and child at Austin, He said last night, however, that "friends" at Austin had located an apartment and that the university had promised him a coaching job. after graduation. Bible also found little displeasurl with his big squad of 135 hopefuls. One hundred and forty gridmer are working out under Matty Bel at Southern Methodist University but one of the Mustangs' pre-wai lettermen scheduled to return has decided against continuing 'his athletic career. He is E. L. Keeton 1939-40 end. Bell chased the Ponies through a scrimmage session yesterday, saying that: "We have to find out who likes the rough going because we can't waste time with those who don't." At College Statjon, the Texas Ag- gies lost three key men. Fullback Bing Turner and Tackle Sparky Eberle, 1943 stars, quit the team because they didn't want to aggravate war wounds and Jim Hill, 1942 end, decided to devote full time to track. Coach Homer Norton, however, still counted 37 lettermen among his 143 candidates. Ba-'lor -Coach Frank Kim'brough was top busy looking over his 116 Bears in search of a passing quar- leiback to supervise any' scrimmage yesterday. Baylor has 20 lettermen, including Kit Kittrell, triple-threat star of 1941. Texas Christian University coaches, working with four varsity elevens and seven "B" teams at Fort Worth, already have he- gun thc scrimmage routine—without tackling. Jess Neoly, head coach at Rice, followed Barnhill's Arkansas example and ordered secret practices for his Owls. Thirty-three lettermen are among tin; 84 Rice piny- Dodgers Clip Half Game Off Card's Lead form. Some of the lighter lads I'u I led to 'put it to the top' but their efforts were enough to down ball carriers. The boys are working hard and spirit is exceptionally high. Four teams were- put through all rthe paces yesterday and aided by hot weather the sore and stiff joints acquired the first day of praclict' are quickly disappearing. It is likely that actual scrimmage will be held in a couple of days. The team as a whole has causihl on fast to the new system's shift and on a few plays look like veterans of midseason. Coaches Dildy and Tolletl were well pleased with progress made the first few days. Visitors are invited to watch the boys workout at either the morning drills at U o'clock nr at the 3:30 afternoon workouts. equalled par figures on all olho holes. McCrotty had advanced to the .finals with a 5 and ••! victory over' Charles Wooclard, Magnolia. By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer The Brooklyn Dodgers fell on their old "cousins" from Philadelphia last,night to clip a half game iff St. Louis' lead. The Cardinals were idle, »o the Dodgers moved to within two games of the National League ead. Each has 24 games to play, iir'by Higbe, Manager Leo Du- ocher's "stopper," showed signs of wear ; and tear in earni' 1 .;; his 14th victory of the season over the Phillies <C-4. Tiie Phils spurted for three in the eighth, and Hank Behrman saved the day. For what was supposed to have Dcen an open date in both leagues,, yesterday was a busy day with six games. Lefty Bob Chipman shut out Pittsburgh with five hits, 2-0, an Chicago's Cubs continued their belated drive which probably will do no more than assure them of finishing third ahead of Boston. Tommy Holmes was the big gun in Boston's 5-4 shade over the New York Giants, the Braves' outfielder banging a bases-loaded double during a Jour-run rally in the seventh inning that knocked out starter Dave Koslo. Although Bill Lee received credit for the win, Billy Southworth used Jim Wallace and Mori Cooper to halt a Giant uprising in the late stages. Chk'ago and Detroit struggled for 16 innings before the White Sox managed a 4-3 verdict. The Tigers broke a 2-2 tie with a run in the first of the Kith but Chicago came back to score twice and beat Stubby Overmire who pitched to only two batters, but allowed two hits. Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press Tommy Holmes. Braves — Don bled with bases loaded in four-run ] seventh-inning rally to defeat New j York, 5-4. ' j Bob Chipman, Cubs — Shut out | t Pittsburgh 1 with five hits. 2-0, and i drove in second run with squeeze I play bunt. • Taft Wright, White Sox — Broke up IG-inntng battle with double that gave Chicago 4-3 margin over Detroit. Hank Behrman, Dodgers — Stopped Phils' rally when Kirby Higbc weakened in eighth inning to preserve G-4 victory. Half-way mark on the Oregon Trail was South Pass in tho Continental Divide in Wyoming. DIGGING AT YOUR SCALP WONT HELP Got real help for dry itchy swilp with Morolino Hair Tonic. Aida natural oils, helps remove loose dandruff. MOROLINE HAIR TONIC BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hops, Ark. .Cleveland • climbed into a fifth- jlace Ue with Chicago on a clou- ale win over St. Louis, 5-3 and 7-3. Lou Bouclreau had to use Bobby Feller on relief to save the opener. The New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Athletics and Washington Senators were not scheduled in the American and St. Louis and Cincinnati were idle in the National, innings. Ho fanned eight but Jet two runs come across on wild pitches . Tonight's games: New Orleans at Atlanta Mobile at Birmingham Memphis at Chattanooga Little Rock af Nashville. 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 speciali/.o in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. 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LIVING ALMOST AS LOOK, BOSS.'N THWS WOT -ENTIRES/ H ^R EE ANCIENT ^GO! yk TOES'. ':^'-l/::m:: - By. WoJt Disney DONALD DUCK OOPH. 1MC nr UFA GERVICE, INC. T. M. BEG. U. S. HAT. Orf COPR. 1D46 BY 1 NEA SVWICt, l. T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF; VAiul now we'll take up the mailer of funds for the lie detector requested by the hundicap coniniilleei'V "But, nujthcr! It must We a simply divine bargain—the r:- clerk actually whispered the price to me!" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS iN IN THE WINDOW SAYS FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberaer BERN GYPPED OU&MTA PUNCH TME SIGN IN MERCHANDISE KIND C I up rn r< Snltur * By Carl Anderson LET MH SEE MOW -THIS ,' STUFF COSTS A QUARTER A BOTTLE/ ,;"! thought the loam might as well do .something useful for their lirst practice!" By V. T. Hamlin ALLEY OOP P(,-'.y I DON'T GET IT. FCOZY.' Y LET'S DISMOUNT I'LL GO HEBE, A 1 * G'Sl SAID OOOLA /.AND LOOk.' AEi^JMD-- Thimble Theater THE POOR IS T OPING. BUT I WILL KNOCK FPIENLV PLACE.'.' <C WELL, BLOW ME POWN FOR A m^4^ .•%% .Cl^y' .'!• V-'UAV. . % >r •X..') : -!!.VV «' By Edgar "Martin BOOTS -'iMinnm—nmrrrrmni'T <5URt UOPt' n 0\J PROP \ SN'W , t*it WWV wt . OR TW o\.' PRO?r.^,votvv. i voa ?-o\,\.ovi T VOU |l 6LW VMO I! TUPTC PROfTlVU M(?.\ . -'; \<b ,\C\<^ s P,ts)D BOOT'i '? 1 I I'tA \M f\ HURRS! . ---- 1 i V-OU.OVJ "> ('. -.-£. • vou OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople By J. R. William* OUT OUR WAY YOU FELL \ . OUT OF BED? tv ' — WULL.WHUT'RE VOU POIM' K N AWAY POVWM )\ ou-0 SOU'RE A TUAcr W, ) * DOCTOR,3At<E! W AMV ORGAM coouD CALLTH V TUR.i^.'-~ ITS A OP NEURAL £>££ ~ Al-V X SOT IN) RlSWT SlOE, I'M SICK TO rAV rMhMJPUKE- KEWV'EOY IT UP 114" ©KIP/ RED RYDER By Ere4 Harmon OM THE p.' / J'y A.Fr x 'A'O NUGGET II1TU PiAVf R£J RECOGNIZE J ASK- Uf\ HER. THE NIGHT RIPER ton ,.. t t, >» anvia m T. M. nc. u. » f AT a Minutes!

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