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Dec. 3 —Life, the pictorial magazine, recently presented an article purporting to be a review of the Communist movement, or conspiracy, in the United States by an expert. The author was Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. The New York Herald Tribune selected Schlesinger to review book called man known The Plotters" by a by many names, including Arthur A. Derounian. Avc- dis Bohos Derounian and John Roy Carlson. Mr. Schlesinger thought well of the book itself and regarded the author as a sincere authority. In this latter particular he disagreed with Federal Judge John P. Barnes, of Chicago, who said from the bench, after a trial of the evidence, that Carlson was "a A Couple Of Month New York, DC. 4 — (IP) — A couple of months ago Judge W. G. Briirn- ham told intimates ilntly that he did not intend to resign as head of the minor leagues. Now lie says he expects to retire. . . Apparently th.it means he'll be tossed out on the seat of his pension. .. Purdue's Cecil Isbell quote;; the football team's trainer as saying he has seen more bad knees this fall than a fiddler at a burlesque show. That ought to qualify either as the best or worst gag of vhe season. Great Minds Just to prove that anyone can make mistakes, word has just reached this desk that one "All" team selector picked Indiana's Hob Ravensbttrg as one of the nation's outstanding college ends, although Bcb is in the Army and didn't play this season. . . And Villanova Boxing Promoter Gravely II! New York, Dec. 4 (/P).— Michael Slums (Mike) Jacobs, llic nntion's foremost boxing promoter Cor the past decade, was gravely ill at St. Clare's hospital loclny afger collapsing irom a cerebral hemorr have two blocks from Mndisor btiare Gurclen. Dr. Vincent Nardiello, Jacobs personal physician and a member of the state athletic commission's All-American Team Named by AP Writers By TED SMITS Associated Press General 1 Sports Editor New York, Dec. •! — I/I')— Glenn Davis and Fell x Blanchard, Army's irresistible backs, became today the first pair of teammates ever to achieve the All-America football team i'or three consecutive This gave Army two places on The 19-16 Associated Press team, a distinction also won by Notre Dame. Starling with Walter Camp's first All-America selection in Htfl9, --.--., j i i-,r 4i, n( and continuing through The AP - S ;^:,^ P ^ S ±,^ 1 'l f ,± t I?-™, only_ft men previous lo it' ihe liij-year-old improvement within hours of NEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIP- tions to any magazine. Order your Christmas gift subscription now. Phone 28 or 369-R. Charles Reynerson at Hope City Hall. 15-lm wholly irresponsible person was willing to say anything Notice OWN YOUR HOME. 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Shepard, 915 West ' 6th St. Hope, Ark. 30-6t Phone 704. 2-7t AUCTION SALE, December 7th. 10 SATURDAY, a.m. Furnishings of Tom Carrel's apartment house. Opposite Hope Polioe Station. Silas Sanford, auctioneer. 3-4t Lost LADIES' BLACK KID GLOVE, lost Saturday night downtown, Phone 636 for reward. I PAfR MATCHED LOGGING * mares, .coming 6 .and 7. Weighing 1400 Ibs. Complete harness ' and log wagon, Moore Bros. * . 30-3t STRAWBERRY ROAN '"'.-SADDLE 1 colt, 18 months old. ...Gentle. A ,-fIne disposition and partly bro" ken. S75.00. See Donald Moore. S 30-3t GOOD 252 ACRE FARM, DESIR- 3-3t REDBONED HOUND. WEARING small collar. No identification tag. Reward $10. Notify Roosevelt Garland, Hope, Rt. 3, Box 243. 3-6t able location, rnile northeast ' of Blevins. Wallaceburg com- 1 rnunity. Good roads. Priced for "quick sale. Eunice Stephens, Ble«T. t _ *••*-• . •" on ot vins, Ark. 30-6t IWOOD FOR SALE. GOOD StTP- ply of hickory, oak arid ash : blocks. 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Along with Kok as a returnee from last year's quinet is forward Melvin McGaha, who .is taking advantage of Arkansas' rlootball vacation to get in a few licks with the cage team. Mc- r'-t,., o^rj qthe*-, pridmen. however, willnot be available for basketball duty between Dec. 9 and Jan. 1, ,,..w.« ti.c iuuibau team will be preparing for and playing the Cotton Bowl. Back from pre-war varsity firsl teams are Forward Jesse Wilson and Guard Robert Hpnea. The transfer from Ouachita is Al (Pop) Williams, a six-foot, six-inch forward. The Tulsans are expected to prove troublesome but are the underdogs. Forward Gerald Carrens is the sparkplug of the Golden Hurricane. Probable lineups: Tulsa who for motley," and added, "I wouldn't believe him on oath, now or at any time hereafter." Of Carlson's chapter on the American Communist party. Schlesinger wrote that it was "not so complete as his picture of the Fas- :ists .largely because the efficient- y organized Communist party is larder to penetrate by Carlson's methods." he ho The meaning of that remark time, plainly is that the Communist conspiracy is more dangerous because it is less easily unmasked. Never-! theless, Carlson and, I gather, Schlesinger, too, regard "Fascism" as the greater menace. The reader with a free mind has a right to that Carlson had undisclosed reasons for presenting an incomplete picture of the Communist conspiracy. An outsider certainly would have, as Schlesinger writes, great difficulty penetrating the Communists' iron curtain in American lolitics and unionism. But a person sympathetic with most, or all, of its airms might be loath to reveal it fully and might try to dismiss it as a secondary or unimportant threat. "But the chapter," on communism, "shows amply that Carlson's awareness of the proto Fascist use of red-baiting as a means of smearing anyone to the j left of General Franco does not suspend his conviction that liberals must'nail down Communist activity wherever it is clear and probable," Schlesinger continued. I should prefer plainer Americanese, but these double-do me types do use an ideological geechee and we lave to use their own wordage or hey may say we distorted it. . "Proto-Fascist" is their way of saying "pro-Fascist" or even "Fascist." William's. Gailmor, the sni- hears that one of its former ath-] his collapse late yesterday "he'll letes, who got married during iheirnnkc- cne grade." summer and left college, was' • •-tagged for honorable mention another "All" team. Sports Before Your Eyes In his first few weeks of basketball coaching at Alabama, Floyd Burdette "screened" about 100 candidates and turned up several prospects—without scholarships. . Harvy Hester, owner of the Miami Seahawks. follows Georgia's Cahrley Trippi around to every game, lugging a check for about $30,000 he hopes Trippi will accept some time. . . Yale's Howie Odell says he offered—and paid from his own pocket—50 cents for each pass in- erccplion by his players this sea- jon. Wait until ihe Ivy League leads get to work on that Perfect Service Hotel space in Athens. Ga., :Cor the Georgia-Georgia Tech game last weekend was sold out last February. . . That didn't keep late arrivals away and many of vhem spent Friday night slumbering in hotel lobbies. . . One hostelry provided the final touch on the morning of the game when a bellboy tapped each sleeping lobbyist on the shoulder and said courteously: "It's seven a. m., sir. Do you wish to get up?" Jacobs, iamous as the proprietor on of Sl,(H)0.00()-a-year beak busting business, was reported jn a semiconscious ' condition during the night, but Dr. Nardiello said early today: Travelers Sign Agreement With Boston Braves Lllllc Hock,. Dec. 4 —(IP)— The jiltlc Rock Travelers of the Southern Association today signed a working agreement with the Boston Brnves tff the National League, according td word received by the Arkansas Democrat today from Traveler Business Manager Ray Winder in Los Angeles. Winder, who is attending ihe annual meeting cif Hie major and minor league's, said Ilie agreement wns reached after a conference with the Braves' general manager, John Quinn, and Harry Jenkins who is in charge of ihe senior league club's farm system. The connection with the Braves ends a six-year affiliation with the Chicago Whilesox. Previously the Travelers had an agreement with the Boston Red Sox. Wednesday/December 4,1946 Cold Stricken Denver Has Coal Shortage By ROBERT ZIMMERMAN Denver, Dec. 3 —(UP)— Denver Wednesday, December 4, Winder said, inj; agreement '1 think the work- will be very bcne- ficial to the Little Rock club." "Ht 1 is resting as comfortably as possible now. His blood pressure has ccme clown. His pulse is beler and lie can swallow again. These can be counted as encouraging signs. But he is in a grave condition, and it is now entirely a matter ot waiting." Just a rnonUi ago, the man who has controlled virtually every champion from heavyweight down to lightweight since he signed up the exclusive set-vices of Joe Louis the mid-thirties , suficred a thrombis — a minor incuil paralysis. That cleared up in 18 hours and no reiurnuci vo nis spacious Twentieth Century Sporting Club —which is another way of .saying Mike Jacobs was in Madison Square Garden on November M. However. Dr. Nardiello believes that might'have been a "tip off" of sonic marc .serious trouble. This overtook him yesterday as he entered the Capitol theater. He had done some shopping in a nearby men's habeidasnery in prepa- vacation trip to ration for SKmrFORD 1V 2 TON TRUCK, REI Gently overhauled. 41 motor, Good • rubbsr. H. E. Patterson, 2 miles ;; out ,on Washington road. 4-6t ""' .4'-D&OR V OLDSMOBItiE - SEA-F condition. G. B. Good- 't<F,win, 2 miles east of BodQaw, . 4-6t Carrens Arkansas Williams '{?. For Rent • FRONT BEDROOM. ADJOINING •', batH, Mrs. Gus Foster, Phono i 361-M. 3-3t " Christmas Trees Select Yours Early Monts Seed Store 110 E. 2nd Phone 64 Sewell Wilson F ..Kok Ryser Nipp McGaha G Chvoru'ster G -o- ..Honea Paternity Suit Against Henry Fonda Dropped Hollywood, Dec. 3 —(UP)— Actor Henry Fonda was cleared today of any responsibility for the fourth child of • Mrs. Barbara Thompson, 26-year-old divorcee, who dropped a paternity suit filed three years ago. She had asked S2.000 a month for support of the child, Sharon, 3. Attorney Julian P. Van Dyke, who filed notice of the dismissal for Mrs. Thompson, said he promised veling thief who lectures along the party line, once explained that he iound the device "Fascist-minded" :o be useful, as it would be pretty lard to prove what was or wasn't in a victim's mind. Canvassing Schlesinger's statements and assumptions, we find here that he does hot accuse all anti-Communists of Vsmearing anyone to the left of General Franco." But there are many Americans in "The Plotters" far to the left of General Franco who nevertheless indulge in "red-baiting. 1 'I have done it for years, even when "red- baiting" was regarded as undignified if not dirty pool. Why should the Reds enjoy, exclusive immunity from "baiting?" And, moreover, there are those who regard all opposition to Communism as "red-baiting." notwithstanding his "expose" in- life, which I thought deficient in important matters for reasons which I am at liberty to surmise, I think Schlesinger could have gone much further in "Life" without exposing himself to any reasonable charge of "red-baiting." On the subject of "baiting," at this point, I offer an independent observation of Schlesinger's which, to my mind, after long study of vhe smear technique, is a pretty example of "Fascist-baiting." To paraphrase the precocious Harvard study-boy, -I would say that he is sharply aware of the "prpto-Com- munist use of Fascist-baiting as a means o£ smearing anyone 'id the right of Josef Stalin." He speaks of Merwin K. Hart as a member of an •unattractive group who may be described as members of the proto - Fascist demi-monde," and says Hart has participated "in practically every important anti-Democratic movement in recent American history." Schlesinger thus runs over a man and rolls on. We are to take his word that Hart is a very bad fellow. But I have been observing Hart for some years only because he has been so roughly attacked, BasketbaH RssuSis By The Associated Press Last night's scores: Depaul 07; Kalamazoo 01. Chicago Loyola 84; Illinois Tech 40. City College New York 46; Idaho 35. Oklahoma Aggies 39; Texas Tech 35. Missouri 49; Dr;ike 41. Texas Wesleyan 44; Tulsa 42. Texas 86; North Texas State 40. Oklahoma Aggies "B" 35; Oklahoma Baptists 24. would select young Schlesinger, Miami and Was about to visit a chiropractor' i'riend in the building when he collapsed, -o- opposes and Blanchard won i'irsl team honors for three or more consecutive years. The last was Rec Grange,. Illinois halfback • of 1923 1924, and 1925. Never before have teammates accomplished this jeat Noire Dame's finesl were Join Lujauk, crafty quarterback, anc George Connor, towering tackle. Whereas in 1945 Army plctely overpowered competition as to place five men on Inc first team, this year found the Cadels much closer pressed. Geographical distribution of men on the first three teams reflecls a swing of football's wartime center of gravily in Ihe east towards the west and soulh. The easl placed-two men on llic first team—Blanchard and Davis; the south three, the midwest four, the soulhwnsl one. and the no- west one. Taking into account Ihe lull scjiuicl or inrue learns, Uio east had six, the south nine, the southwest three, the midwest 10, and the far west five. Standing in the front rank in the midwest with Notre Dame's Lujack and Connor are Elmer Vladar. Michigan's powerful do 'ensivc end, and Alex Agase, 'nard on a strong Illinois team. Southern Contributions The south's contributions to the firs I loam arc Dick Huffman, 330- pound Tennessee lackle; Pan Duke. George Tech cenler acclaimed by many as the greatest collugiulc center of recent years; and Charles Tripp, the Georgia back who is a worthy running mate to Blanchard and Davis. From the soulh west came Wei don Humble, mighty Rice guard rosidcnts got set today to everything but the parlor burn ____ ........ ^ _ . plnno when the 'last lump of coal goes up in smoke. Coal yards in the city of 400,000 were empty. The job of keeping war WHS becoming an "every mnn for himself" proposition. In what appeared to be the most severe local coal shortage in the nation, Denverites by vhe thousand were using makeshift heating methods. The kitchen stove became the family hearth. The nxe was sharp ened for the old oak tree in Arkansas News Items Little Rock, Dec. 3 (IP).— Sites in Ihe Lillle Rock area for relocation of Central College, Conway, are being studied by a special committee rmy so com-1 appointed by the college's trustees, all ^collegiate The truslees, mecling here yesterday, commented favorably on a 00-acre trace in Sylvan Hills, just mtsidc the city limits of North Lille ROCK, but decided to view all of- ered sites before making a final lecision. Removal of the college and its ransformation into a co-education- il institution has been directed by he Arkansas Baptist State conven- ion. The board re-elected the Rev. E. C. Brown .as its president and named the Rev. Harold Tillman, 'onway. vice president. North Little Rock, Dec. 3 —(/?)— Appointment of Robert P. Hall as ISO! Lake Success, N. Y.. Dec. —(IP)— The United States contended today tnat adoption of Polish and White Russian measures to isolate Franco Spain could lead to a bloody civil, strife which might secretary nounccd manager by the has been an- new north- side chamber ot commerce. Until recently Hall was district Ol'A director Mere. He formerly was manager o' the state chamber of commerce. Ihe back yard. From dawn to dusk automobiles loaded heavily with logs. 'enco- posls and combustible debris slreamcd into Denver from oully- ing rural areas. A dead tree was bonanza for the family man who could wield an axe. The last of the coal in retail yards was sold last weekend. Gor- . don Callbeck, president of Denver f Coal Merchants Association, said "full scale disaster" was on the way for Denver and would strike by the end of the week "unless drastic steps were taken." Faced with a dropping thermometer in the living room, many farniles set up cols in the kitchen. Gas sloves were turned on full blast and oven doors opened, while families huddled around to keep warm. More than 2,000 people in one Denver housing project have been i struggling with the cold since last ' Saturday night when the central heating unit for llic 47!i apartments ran out of coal. The only source <it neat in mosl of the rtpartmenls was ?as stoves. Georgia Tech and St. Mary's to Play at Houston Houston, Tex., Dec. 4 W 1 ).— Two noworful offensive "teams. Georgia Tech and St. Mary's of California, Little Rock. Dec. 3 (.'I').— The executive board of the Arkansas Baptist Stale convention was to hear reports today from special com- mittecis studying various phases of the board's 1947 activities. The board opened its annual promise a colorful parade of touchdowns before an expected 30,000 Oil Bowl fans hero New Year's Day. The Ramblin' Wreck in ton games this season piled u p 242 points, an average of 24.2 per game, against 109 for the opposi- ition. The California Gaels, sparked last year's All-America back, a- - -.f 13 n ic*j LII !£• 11 w j v v t .T iv * i.»M y wj \;iv;i_i.- and irom the far west Burr .Bald-;j ng the Rev. Irving M. Prince of meeting here yesterday by elect- Herman Wedemcyor, ran up 210 win, UCLA end who was such a great factor in his loam's victories. U was fitting that the 194G season, which broke all collegiate attendance records and .sent football surging back into the sunlight after being shadowed . by war for iive years, brought out backfield competition of the highest order. and the Times would select Charles | eventually Involve other nations in G. Bolte, the chairman and chief ui new war. executive of the American Veterans' Committee, to do Sunday reviews of "The Plotters" is less a mystery to me. I have been noticing this tendency of late and more markedly and more surprisingly in the reverend old Herald Tribune. Sen. TofrT-iConnally (D-Tex), sot- ting forth tKc views of the United Stales befdi-e the 54-rnembcr -ooli- tleal committee of the United "Nations Assembly, declared that ihe approval qf, either proposal would produce ncoijpositivo results bevond For a while -cnere, vhey had cutting the'lSpanish people off from Bolte writing a Sunday feature the rest 'of \ the world. about veterans' affairs and the A.V.C., a boisterous young rival of the Legion and the Amvets in the business of "capturing the veterans' mind." He never gave the A.V.C. much the worst of it. It might get around vo old man Schlesinger's political associations tomorrow. In closing today I would note some remarks by Orvillc Prescott, also of the Times, in another review printed on a of "The week-day. Plotters" Prescott f VISIT OUR NEW AND COMPLETE RECORD SHOP Records and Albums for every age and taste. MAKE THIS A MUSICAL CHRISTMAS - Shop early. The perfect Gift awaits you at COBB-TOOLEY RADIO CO Radio, Phonographs and Radio Service Fonda's attorneys "not any comment." o- to make per Married rnen puichu-.o <?•!• cent of their gifts 'o.* lii'.ir wives Catherine the Oraat was pnssion ately devoted to the amo'.hyst. Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. refers to "such seemingly respectable organizations" as 'ihe Constitutional Educational League and the National Economic Council. V/hy "seemingly"? Would the Times let anyone refer to a "seemingly" respectable woman without supporting -ihe slimy doubt? Prescott also says Carlson has "looked into the C.I.O. and labor unions generally and, except for individuals like Petrillo and Joe Ryan, he awards them a completely clean bill of health." So he does and right there he proves again the unreliability which gave Judge Barnes to say ne wouldn't believe Carlson under oath. I am willing to believe that Carlson speaks from ignorance Here, but not that he speaks from information after capable inquiry, because the A. F. of L. is still crawling with thieving rascals and there are ;io more autocratic dictators in America than John L. Lewis and Dave Beck, of Seattle. On the negative side, he said, they migKf"• well "lead vo v:.v..^ strife with" serious international complications." He added that the proposals might array various Spanish factions against each other and "enlist the support of various members of the United Nations." He referred to Poland's lesolu- ticn calling for a worldwide diplomatic break with the Franco government and the White Russian proposal asking for economic sanctions.- Connelly joined the Spanish debate after, a list of small countries had spoken for an against the various measures now before the Pnrasould as president, succeed- allowing opponents 119. ing the Lonokc Rev. W. N. Pratt of committee, including United States resolution introduced late yesterday proposing that the assembly ask Generalissimo Franciso Franco to step down as loader f the Spanish government. ORDER NOW Don't take chances on your fuel supply.' Winter is here. Hope Butane Co. Hope, Ark. Phone 188 — 554-J and I have never seen evidence that he is pro-Fascist, and he works so openly for American principles anrl against measures v/hich he has a citizen's right to oppose, that not even by rhetorical license could he be called a political prostitute. Only for the sake of argument do I take Schlesinger's word ihat Hart has been active in "antidemocratic" movements, but I would give Hart a cheer for that, mis nation is not a democracy, but a republic, and there is a great difference. "Democratic" or "democracy" will be found nowhere in either the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution and it was not by oversight that ihev were excluded. And "democracy" has come to mean many things abhorrent to believers in the true republican form of our government, including "sexual democracy" and other variations that Henry Wallace described in Soviet Russia, which his patron, Franklin D. Roosevelt, nevertheless damned as a dictatorship as absolute as any dictatorship in the world. i had hoped to review in today's discussion the association of Schle- singur's :'ather, Prof. Arthur Meier Schlesinger, with groups and purposes which the Dies Committee held to be pro, or, as his bright young son might put it, "proto" Communist. These references to trip old gent arc contained Jn the official report of this congressional committee to the Congress of Ihe United States. How young Schlesinger could have overlooked the National Citizens Political Action Committee and his father's implication in it, in his review of the Red menace ?.or Life, I cannot, for the life of me, see. 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Fayetteville, Dec. 4 — (/P)— Alton Baldwin, the University of Arkansas' great end, was named on the 1946 All-America second team by The Associated Press today and six other Cotton Buwl-bqiind Razorbacks were given honorable mention. Receiving mention .were Center Bill Thomas, Guard Steed White, Tackle Charles Lively and Backs Clyde Scott, Aubrey Fowler and Ken Holland. Baldwin was honored :!or his finest season performance of his grid career. A senior, the big, fast wingman is an outstanding pass receiver, a deadly blocker and poison to opponents' ball carriers. Going qown on punts has been his specialty this year. He has been acclaimed by many as one of the Southwest Conlerence's best ends of all-time. o The 1946 honey crop was 10 per cnt smaller than in 1945. The most common chemical wa- er softener is washing soda. .loncsboro, Dec. 3 —(fl 1 )—George W. Cobb, 78-year-old invalid burned to death about 6 p.m. yesterday when fire destroyed his home near Caraway. 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REMOVED FREE Within 40 .Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R Refrigerator REPAIRS Phone 800-J 24 Hour Commercial Service Savage Refrigeration Service Doug Bacon ELECTRIC — for — Haute Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division Si. Mechanics: CARL JONES RAYMOND HUETT BEN CAMP' • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop See Us For .. , INSURANCE Insure with the Stronger Mutual Companies. Complete Protection . . . 20% Return Dividend on Your Insurance Cost. In other Words, Maximum Protection at 20% SAVINGSI • Fire • Tornado Casualty Automobile COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore AUTO Supply Phone 174 216 3. Main DINE & DANCE 1/2 Mile East, Hy 67 Closed Sunday & Monday OPEN Rest of the Week 5 P.M. til 12P.M. Plenty of Choice Steaks Chicken Dinners Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second Phone 221 At Christmas Time There is one gift you can be sure will give grateful pleasure and lasting happiness. Your Photograph Open Sundays Till Christmas The Shipley Studio "Artist Photographers" 220 8. Walnut Hope, Ark. Real Estate LOANS Gl 4% Interest FHA 41% Interest Purchase Your Home Through Us ... Up to 20 Years to Pay! For G Quality Job ... By Efficient Workmen and REASONABLE CALL HOUSTON ELECTRIC CO. HOUSE WIRING — INDUSTRIAL REPAIR APPLIANCES and FIXTURES PJ|EE ESTIMATES ON All JOBS 228 f|st 3rd St. Hope, Ark. Phone 61 Heart and Sap Cypress Also Pine Across Street from Hope Basket Co. OPE SHINGLE CO. Phone 1000 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS By Chick Young 62'AftKlKfc By Roy Gotta - -,<) MAH BROTHERS PICKED ME T' RIDE MISS MIDNITE HERE IN TH' RACE, OZARK, BUT HI-BAWLS GONNA WIN, DINAH...AN'WITH TH'MONEY AH'M GONNA BUILD US TH' MOS' ELEGl'NT CABIN IN ALL UF WILDWEEO , RUN/ POP MB BEASLEY THE MAILMAN, IS S. 11 AT THE POOR-AND HE HASN'T GOT ON HIS UNIFORM CHAMiE MfcliT OZARK EN GRAND IT. \E TO FINANCl! TH PINE PEAK SWEEPSTAKES, I GET A MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH OF LAUGHS,,, MAILMEN RESENT BITTEN AFTER WORKING HOURS ••;£•>"•; V LOOK, HONEY... CARNIVAL By Dick Turner By Michael O'Malley & Ralph Lane SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith 8t was a cold and silent ride out WHAT V HE SAID HE WAS GOING V SV, JANET? THERE IS NO KEY TO THE LIQUOR CABINET/ to (\\eTWOSPOT with Shiv and Bubble. EXACTLY OUT DM THE LAKE IN THE ) Meanwhile Janet ,wa.s worried. DID VIC OUTBOARD ?OR HALF * LIQUOR CABINET ON THE RADIO FOR HI SAY OVER ? HOUR AND FOR ME NOT THE I, TO WORRY — OH, I ALMOST FORGOT/ TH|S WAITING/ IT'S ALTOGETHER TOO DARK AND QUIET OUT THERE.' I L PHONE? WHAT. 00 YOU SUPPOSE IS KEEPING VIC? WOR PLACE, HARDY/ > : • WEU PICK YOU .UP IN THE JANCLIP AT WUR FLOAT : WASH TUBBS By Leslie Turner I'LL TEACH YOU TO SELL V ftND POSE ftS P> ©O'OD 1 VJWIE VOU RWLROAD ME WTO ftN <^ND CUP IAE FOR ANOTHER $36iOOO! DON'T KNOW WUR OWN STRENGTH 1 . OF 3UNK FOR $20,000 \ COPR. 1946 BY KC< SERVICE! INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF By Walt DSsr.ey Oh, no, I finished my Christmas shopping last August — ' ' "I'm sorry TrrHate, Professor Jones—l_pverslept in_h|3-,' j ' ~~ I'm just looking for something for George's birthday " OH, DREADFUL! . next AorilJ PHOOllv.' I'LL OPEN THE WINDOW IN /V. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershbcraer I CAM'T RMD lRY/'MG- To , LARD, SYLVESTER/ JMAKE" FRIEMDS --.THIS IS SUP- WHERE IS HE? . ROSED TO BE DRAMA/ By Car! Anderson COMET BACK ASCWETHIMG" |M THE THIRD /TELLS ME ACT! /TMePE IS MOT SUPPOSED To COME ONI FOR- TWO ACTS / GEf OFF STAGE 1 / GOMNA BE ONE.' >• The doctor says he can't find a thing wrong with you— unless you eat all this!" • ••••• M 46 3V NEASERV.ICE, . IT. M. REG. U.'S. PAT. OFF./ ALLEY OOP /AS i WAS SAVINS, WILLIE, f OME CANMOT BE- TOO THAT OLD \VELLS-FARGO BOX OUGMTA BE WELL, GOOD MORNING YOUFl HIGHMESS ,' Thimble Theater (CAREFUL OF ONE'S ASSOCIATES.' GOOD FOR EIGHTY VES X WASN'T SAVEP HIS MONEY HE'LL WELL, SHIVER ME TWBEJZS// CLEVEg OF YA TOOKED HAVE TO PAY/ ME MONEY AN'T I WAS AFRAID STUFFEP IT INAPHE M^TERIOLJS HOLE ?z jrSTRANGEF? A8C&EP ^—^.^HT^ET IT/01 By tagar Martin * 1 . LOOK<i UMt fc WftT'S JUST \=> Rtsvavito TO W)EU.jV«W OUST THEtt HOUR'S l T. HOPt THE OtO CHtCW. GOSH', TEW O'CVOCX I 1 . 1 . 1 I'U. HWt "\0 GfcT PiM WITH ft ©RfVi'b OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople By J. R. Williams OUT OUR WAY HlA i 3UST 60 LONG AS IT TOOHOMEV.MR.PI^E. 1 . - ^ , lOLNE BEEM HERE'TVJO ^ DAVS V^IWOUT TAt<lNiG VOUR OUT OF YOUR POCHET EXCEPT TO GRAB A FORK—^-OUR ONiLV rt's A $\CB FEELING TO B& WITH A 6TACK OF 6TOVE LIDS UMDER tUe BOB SAW HER GET \ OFF TH' CAR--ASJD I I RUSHED OVER. FOR \ HELP.' IT'S A PRESEMT FROM HER AMP A / NAWFUL JOB TO GET / IT OUT OF TH 1 SPARE f.; ROOM! SO QUICK.' ^ £ )1,^ L P WHY, MOTHER, HELLO WE-UH- WE WERE ;^| JUftT TRVIKJG TO GET S. /J TH' RUG UP WITHOUT '/\ DISTURBIMS HER PRAC TlCE.TO—TO BEAT 17.' I FOUMD A THE TA8LE : 1 /ifV-Vx ^'i :\ 0 i&i&'-lbfc i .,-*vt V v\ i :((-.( fc j KtD RYDER ilisDll kViiy/sJfwl »i-^=«=--5 ;7Wv x .,i/ .,--r--.V; ^~?x: ^fai

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