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vr .- *W ':, Ff H DPI STAR, HO-ff/'ARKANS AS Thursday, July 22, Biloti t»ublietUo» KAItS ijttEl) *pttiet llty bulbs. $1 per dozen }joSlpaM wHhin Atkahsas. Chea- |$ef here. Afrthuf Gray, O/an. July 6-1 Month . ovc per tncn ; <st»o«d:dbbV« ore' fof eon« * eeoy S b. m. for (jay, Wt floht fo or Sfar""* will not'be M*poh- , ror» Iti Wont Ad» ,unl«« , colled to oQt' aOehtlon . Insertion of ad and 1h«n the.ONE Ineorfftct Insertton, jSlV|^6s^Cr 7r3431 iS »&.:.t.. F &,.H'. v.. .,,... !«•»/ -.iwr -, i«f ; ;*v«ry . 'by • tH; . WoihbU^n, S*cr-TfM. , Th«,S»«f'Bwlldl(ifl ' >.14- South Walnul StrMl , Mope, 'Arkaniai ,' H.?W««hbMrn,-fdl»6r t Manvgln* U A4v*rtliing M ,M«eh. Supf. '« ucond clan malttr Office at Mep«, ykrkoni i^Act of Mor.h,3^>«»7. '"»f[ iht A«dl»jJiur«ou of,, ' Mbicf jpHon Rates "(payablt* In "od- A^-'-^i Von,ce): ,> 'Jear'rler In Hope and ntjohborlna. h&'l?*} towni— '> i" _ ,', - iar : ....'..'..'.'iT... .7......'.',..,.... 13,00' Imall In T Hecnpstead, Nevada/ . tttt, Howard,, and Millir' court-, •"'•"•"••V< •"••V<»'!"V" ...... X i)tht ,..v..Ai..'.,........,...,..,....... 1,10 »l;month» 3,25, Tfiflth*,, ','. >••-,, ,6-50 •Of^M-; f 1 '•"•»• 13.00, '1't.AOvwtWM .R«or»i«M«Hv«i! ibi'''.Dailies,' Inc.; 1602 Sterick " *)te2, .TTenn.; 605 T«xo» <A]^i >,«f fTh« i at«d Press Is entitled ex- r the-use for (-^publication i local news printed'in this fWIWgWipVlfVp -I.IBMV uy JIUL,, KCome! to'packing.shed on ] --\y. 67., ," - idms ' PHONE 7-3369 . i-?ry,.j Vo.g| , Ark, ,.- .AUGHTERING h Jr -"" wrapped fpr tfejp 'forj D( ~ Mkt, MY hotne at 223 North Hamilton St. Five rooms with bath, glassed Jn porch, and garage on corner lot, Price $3200. Albert Robert- Son, 20-flt Blda';, Dallasf2/;Toxaj;,3frO N. ion Ave:,,Chicago ,1 (i .l||.; v '«0-E. t.;'•'New York 17, (^, Y,^ 1763 . For Solo Grofeety in ltof>e. Will sell slock, fixtures, and building, or slock, fixtures find reht build' Ing. Write Box 339, Mope, Arkan< sas. 9 HRAD good young stock cows,' 14 calves, 2 bred heifers, 1 top j-ejlsteted Angus Bull. Will sell logelhet or bull separate. Sterling doolr, Old highway 07, neat 1 fixjierirneftt Station. Photic 720-31 44 ACBfi farm, modem home, 15 ' head cattle, 1 mule team, machinery. All planted crops. Ample supply water. 714 miles South of Hope, Arkansas on State Highway 20, Price $12,600 cagh or terms Jit &$> interest. Write or come see Oren L. Harris, Hope, Arkansas, Route 1. 20-31 USED lumber, building materials for sale. While it lasts we will have,for sale at $40,00 a thousand 2 <x 4's, 2-x,0's, 2 x 8's, 1 x 8's No. 11? drop siding, 1x6' and 1 x 8's ship lap all lengths. This K IsxeSt'ceptionally good used lum •f^er at < $40.00 a thousand, at the .site...Also inside and outside fdbbjs 'and windows with excep- llonSjly 'good hardware. If you jvant*~a bargain dome to inBust- V rial t area of the old Proving Grounds. Satuiday, July 24th • call or see Arthur Martin - Phone 7-3328. 20-5t » ;FOR SALE Modern ;• 2 bedroom home on shady lot,- 1507 S. Pine. At- Inched Ravage, plenty closets, and built ins. Utility .room, attio fan, Venetian blinds, automatic floor furnace, Aluminum awnings across front. OW.NER LEAVING TOWN i' , Phone 7-2235. * Small down Payment i s Bulancc like rent, , , / 22-3't Political Announcements to tftiidldttei for imblle office tub* j«t to the ietl<m of the Cemo- eftttle tttlmifjr election!. Cdngreii 4th District ,OREN -HARRIS 6, Wi LOOKADOO M. WARNOCK for HARftY CLttTOKtt BYERS DW1QMT RIDGDILIi County Cleric ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOK3 JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYBR8 ABTHUR ANDERSON for Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGOLE3 JIMMY COOK ft, p. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM M1DDLEBROOKS CLAUD H. BUTTON SYVELLE BURKE Seattle Host to Western Amateur By DICK ANDERSON SfcATTLE. Wash., (UP! Defending chnmpion Dv'.i Morey, In- dianapolis,TTieets Ernie Tiillis, Seattle, today in second roitnd match play in the 52nd annual Western Amateur Golf Championship .over an exacting Broadmcor layout. The qualifying field of 04 WPS j sliced in h^!f yesterday in course; of 32 'matches. Morey had little (rouble eliminating -John Wood, SooilJe, G and 4. TuiOli 01- terbd the second round With a 3 arid 2 triumph over Kenneth Morine, Bufliri^nme, Cnlif. : William F. Colrn, Bakerfield Calif., scored the dny's upset when he came in with three birdies on the brick nine to talte a 3 and 2 nnd over .lolm Da\v?on. Los Angele? runnor-up in the 1947 amateur tourney. Robert Prall, 18, Snlm°. Ore., carded a )j?u- 70 to eliminate Kenneth Lindioy, Seattle, 3 aha 2. , Alderman Ward Three B. L. RETTIQ A. P. DELONEY Attorney HOYCE WEISENBERGEB PRESTON DOWD TRAVIS 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 Ward One MRS. KATHRYN LOU FRANKS JOE JONES For State Senate ,7th. District GENE LEE For City^Attorney C. V. NUNN. JR. BEDROOM with private-bath and 'private entrance. Phone 7-3391 •20-3t Real f state for Sale 2 BEDROOM house, attic fan, Venetian blinds, hardwood floors, Garage, landscappd. $050 equity. 'For Sole or Trade OWfE 3 year old registered black angus , Bull, Frank Jefferson, •Route-2, Rosston. Will trade for j, or what have you. 21-3t TO -pUY Men's Used Shoes. ^Reaves ^ BargainShop. , 31-TF YOUNG growth of cut over timber land. Anywhere in Sputhwest Arkansas. Will pay top prices. Phone 7-2228 or see Ralph Sounders. ' , J12-1 Mo. Wonted to Buy FAT. .young*-hens. See Hope Lock-* er "jirrjd Processing Company for -"delivery date. 17-Ot Service! Offered MATTRESS renovation and inner- f ipririg 'work' Cobb Mattress Co. ' 810 South -Washington. Phone """ Mar> * BAR'B'Q order Chicken ready to : qai'$[.35, Sandwiches made to tOrflpr \3,for $1.00. Fresh Ham ' l Bfif-B"Q $1.80. Burt's Bar B Q 'J£andy Avenue. 21-3t Funeral Directors OA#PRES,T ,FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . , , AMBULANCE 2ND k HAZEL . . , PHONE 7-8123 J7-1MO. For Rent ROOMS unfurnshed apartment good location - $25.00 per month Bills'paid. 808 W, 4th. Phone 73152. 7-20TF FURNISHED house, 2 rooms with bath. Utilities jrfaid. washing machine and ator. Phone 7-3103 £ Nats Pick Up Speed; Harris May Save Job By FRED DOWN United Press Sports Writer The Washington Senators, who! know a good manager when they see, one were rallying behind Bucky Harris today -vith a belated drive that may save the popular pilot's job. Detroit Boslon Washington Philadelpphia Ballimore 37 37 31 32 50 50 50 50 59 4"; 1?8 22 .425 23 .423.23 .?5fl 29 .352 30 Yesterday's Rellilts Cleveland 7, Boston 7 (called in 8th, rain) Chicago 15, New York 3 Philadelphia 4,.Detroit 1 Washington 6, Baltimore 5 Today's Games Chicago :,t New York (2) Cleveland at Bcston (2) Ballimore at Washington (night) Detroit at Wa/iiington (nighl) Ailing Snead Manages to Oudlify ST. PAUL — maneuveriti ; ; with a shaip list to statboard and a grouchy ioo!< that was the nntural result of a slit' t:eck,had tn climb a tree on Ihc 35th hole to make n TT.'isonably good score in the fir-it qualifying round of the 30th PGA pionship. Ed "Porky" Oliver. League Leaders By T^e Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting - Noren. Now York. .353; Aviln, Cleveland, .33R; Mino- So, Chicago. 330: Mantle. Ne\v York, .320; Rosen. Cleveland. .319. Runs Batted In — Minoso. Chicago, 74; Hossn. Cleveland 73; Berra and Mantle Nf.v York 70; Doby ^Cevlelaricl CO. . Home Runs —Mantle Now Yolk 19; Doby nnd Rosen. Cleveland 17; Sievers. Was-hins-tun. 1"<;' Minoso, Chicnt'o. Boonc. TJetroH. Zci'- ;.nd Verru/n, Charn-l nial, Plii!;'dclphia ; | Washington. '4. sufteriti''' StOleh Bar.es -^ Jensen. .Boslor. from a paihful kidney ailment that has forced him to drop cut of several recent tournaments, lioled NATIONAL LEAGUE New York Brooklyn Philadelphia Cincinnati Milwaukc ? S.t Louis Chicago Pittsburgh W 62 55 44 47 40 44 3 29 L Pel. GB 37 43 40 45 40 53 62 putts from all over the course for a fivp-undcr-par GO. And 28 players shot 71 or better ever the barren, un-hardonod Keller cotitsc to turn thD opening round of the nation's toughest te?t of professional golf into a race against par for the 04 available places in the mtch piay bracket. That was the story as America's lending pro golfers and River;!, Chicago. Chicago, Busby, 13; Minoso. Washington, Hope Basket Wins 1 Over Hope Auto In the Pony league game at Fair park last night Hope Basket downed Hope Auto 9 to 3. Hope Builders forfeited to First National Bank due to lack of players. pie. Cincinnnti. '12; Moone, . S'. Louis 10; Mnthows, Milwaukee .nnrl Jablonski, St. Louis, 7. '. Pitching — Anlonclli. New York. 14-2, .875; Meyer. Bi-noklvn, ';7-2 .778; WilheUn. New Yorx H-:), .'727 Mnffnlie, New York. 10-4, Iladdix, Louis, M (>. .700. J 10; Fox and Michael', Chicago. .674 .598 .506 15','. .505 15". i .505 15>... .489 17 .39f! 25 .319 32'i headed into today's qualifying second round of the PGA tournament with the prospect that a 36-hole total of 146 or better .would be needed to get into the showdown sage of rnr.tch play, slnrling tomorrow. Snead's Pitching Reynold.*. New York ,fi7fi; Cnnsucgra, Chicaco. l'-3 .800; Morgan. New York, 7-2, .77fi; Lopat, Ne\v Ycrk/ n-3. .7?7. Strikeouts — Ti'rley. Baltimore, 108; Trucks. Chicago, 9R; Wynn. Cleveland. 05; Pierce. Chicago, 82; Coleman. Chicago, 80. NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting — Snider, Brooklyn, .361;. 135 of Mueller, New York, .348; Musialj and Schoeivlienst, St. Louis, .333; still what the Pentagon call a "limited offersive," It's would but the Senators' 6-5 victory over the Baltimore Orioles last night was thei.- fifth in eight games since club Owner Clark Griffith gave Harris a vote of confidence. It's the best showing the -Senators have been able to make since they plunged into a 13-23 tailspin ' on June 3. The triump'h .was doubly important to Harris because it enabled the Senators to go into a tie With the Boston Pied Sox for lifth "place only one ivame behind the slumping fourth-place Detroit /Tigers. The grapevine insists that must finish fifth to rotam r hisfiiob and that a fourth place finish would insure his return in 1355." The Cleveland Iridiatls, /Today's Games Brooklyn tit Cincinnati Philadelphia- at Milwaukee New York at Chicago Pittsburgh at St. Louis (night) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Chattanooga Memphis Little Rock Mobile Nashville .W L Gl 42 59 41 57 45 54 48 49 50 44 59 42 61 •39 59 F.-t GB 592 .590 1/2 .553 3>/ 2 .529 G 1 '.495 10 .427 17 .408 19 .398 19'/j Yesterday's Results Little Rock 8-8, Mobile 1-4 Atlanta 4, Nashville 2 Birmingham 5, Chattanocga 4 New Orleans at Memphis' (Postponed, rain) Mobile at Little Rock Birmingham at Chattanooga Npw Orleans :|t Memphs Atlanta '-'at ; Nashvilje (2) COTTON STATE LEAGUE Bell. Cincinnati. .334. Runs Batted In — Musial, St. Louis, 87; Hodges, Brooklyn and Jablonski, St. Louis, 79; Snider, Brooklyn, "shot" from a post oak tree was the high spot of the opening round in which the pros took Keller's par of 36-35-71 tn pieces, just as had been predicted. The West -Virginia walloper, suffering from a recurrence of 'the stiffness in his neck that plagued him all through the Open championship, almost pulled out of the tournament. But he decided to give it a try and until he hit the 225- yard 15th, Sncad was doing very well. There his tee shot drifted and the ball longed in the fork of a tree some 15 feet above the ground. Sammy, stiff neck and all, had to go up three after it. lie knocked it out and got a five on the par three hole for a creditable" score of 35-38—73. The real business of the tournament begins tomorrow when 64 .golfers buckle down to head-to- head matches. There'll be two rounds of 18 hole duels Friday. Two strokes behind Oliver were a trio of lournan-.ent toughened Bell. Cincinnati, 77. Home Runs — Mays, Nov.' York, 3; Saner, Chicago and Musial. St. Hodges, Brooklyn and Kluszewski. Cincinnati, 25. Stolen Bnses Bruton, Milwaukee, 18; Foudy. Chicago, 13; Ternplayers: O.iry Middlecoff, tt e 1949 U.S. Open champion; gnarled Johnny Rovolta, a 43-ycar-olr! veteran who is rated as one of the nation's top teaching pros; and 47- year-old dcvilke White of Aiken, S. C. Just Arrived!!! Two Truck Loads | of Good : Hurry for these out-, standing money saving ? values in good used Tires. Glass & Salvage Co, West 3rd Street ; NOTICE TO MELON GROWERS Will start buying melons at Oil Mill Wednesday 21st - C. A. MONTS \ Notice VOTE Boley's all new, "All air con. dilloned," court. When guests or TouMsts inquired 4 people $5.00, tl : July 3-1 MOT TWO weeks only. 207? discount on Beauty Counselor cosmetics. Lois Purlell. Phone 7-2130 or 7-2878. .10-Ot FRANK Du Shane is not connected with me. Samuels Real Estate (Farm Bureau Agent) 101 East Front Street, 16-6t HAVE small amount of Citizen's National /Bank stock to sell around September • 1st, What am I offered per shared''Write box A % Hope Star. 20-31 while, went a half-gama a head! of the New York Yankees in the /imericn League raeo wlien they battled to : a 7-7 lie with the Bed Electric ^ ox wn ' le i he world ehurnpiohs'.<ji.it-. ref riser-' fei ' ed a humiliating 15-3 deba'cie •.I I ft the hands of the Chicr.^o, Wljito '""* fSox ' .- .-...'v'- : f.£t;$.-i Virgil Trucks gained rYis 13th vin Tor '.he White Gox behind a 9-hil assault that included fojir ills by. both Minnie Minoso ahd ohnny Groin. The White Sox rpfit- ed rookie Bob Wieslor in a fj^e- •un first inning and continued lliqir attack on Marlin Stuart and Bab Cuzava lo even the four game'?.4o- •ies at one win a piecb. . ". ! Sonny Dixon,' makinj.-; his' 'f)iJ3t tart since June, 1953. ended ' ! ;the Philadelphia A's 10-ga'mo r.lpisihu streak.with a six-hit, 4-1 triumph ver the Tigers. Lou Lirnme", Jbe DeMaestri dnd Jim Finigan hit lorners fo)' the A's nnd Di.xon;.re- ired the 1'ist 15 rr.illor.- 1 in order. Pincli-hilter Bill -Taylor's nimjh- BLACK land farm to rent for cash. One 19'46 Ton truck for sale. Mrs. Herman Stoy, Route 4, Hope, Arkansas. 20-3t I WILL not be responsible for any debts other than those made by me. Harold E. Poole. 21-3t Help Wanted ONE or two waitresses. Apply in person. Diamond Cafe. 22-31 ' :HERNDON CORNELIUS ByRiAL . ASSPCIATION '"Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 lor our agents J15-1 Mo, TOP'S Cut and Installed. Complete Repairs, New sad Used Parts, Hitjhwjiy 67 West Dial 7-2767 Hep*/ Ark; Yaw'H Enjoy Earing At TtiE OAKS Cofe & Service Station U1 .„ pemv cAMPietL Hl-Way 87 WctWQn«n 84 Heuri ::""»• j5 •*•". T ' "•-'" ~KT (W^(S"Wff ™ * I^WW The Negro Community ^r^/^r Or bring Item* to Miss Turner •t Hlcki Funeral Home Mrs. Emnna F, Glover, age 87 died Tuesday, July 20. at 3:15 p. m. Mrs. Glover is survived by one son, Rev. E. N. Glover. Funeral services were held Thursday July 22, at Lonoke Baptist Clnuv ch with the Rev. F,'"K. Powell officiating, Hicks Funeral Home in Mrs. Alma Coleman and; sot have returned home after spend ing several weeks in Los Angeles Berkeley, and Oakland, California visiting relatives and friends. Bible Vacation School is in pro Kress at Bepbea ' Memorial CMK Church each day, ' All i young people are invited. Sponsored b; the Epworth League. Mrs. Mattje Sanders, Baseball By T.h Press io 4, In4i«n^pp|la 3 as City p, ^ipuUyiUe 0 Mljwe»iJ«)}a 3-28. Culnpibu? 1-8 §i, Paijil «t Charleston, TEXAS I. e AGUE J, Hallai 7 1 El Dorado Greenville Meridian, .- Moiiroe Pine Bluff Hot; -Springs 55 48 45 38 35 25 20 as Q 7 40 4.1 57 .603 .593 C .549 9'/" .452 17'A .4Sfi 13'-o .305 29'/> ^ Yesterifay's. Rssults Meridian 19, Hot Springs .12 Monroe 8. Greenville i El Dorado 7,- Pine Bluff 3 Today's Games Meridian at Hot Springs Pine Bluff at 51 Dorado Greenville at Monroe innffig single scored; Hank Thompson! to giyo the New York Gianip a 2-1 victory over the Chicago Cubs and maintai their sevc-n- ganie strangelhold ' on first place in the National League. Sal Ma'glie pitched a four.-hitter for his 10th •win two more than he gainetd nil last season. • HOPE WATERMELONS TOMATOEf ^S ed ',b. lOc SWEET CORN ^ o«n45c Plenty of Peas RUSSELL'S CURB MARKET 901 WEST THIRD MEAT SPECIALS Beef Roast Lb. Round Steak GOOD PORK CHOPS Lb, Sirloin Steak T-Bone Steak ' L WE DELIVER SUPER MARKET DIAL 7-4501 YOUR ONE STOP STORE FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS. AIR CANDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT. ALSO WE FEED THE PARKING METER FOR YOU. MRS. TUCKER 19c 1 Lb. Can Powdered and Brown SUGAR 2 1L Bo CAKE MIXES 3 B »«- 98c Betty Crocker and Pillsbury. Chocolate, White, Spice & Yellow ICE CREAM Mellorinc Fre-Zerr Gal. FLOUR PURASNOW Pet and Carnation Large Cans Sardines 2 ' "-^Iqt-. ; 1C- Cans IDC Pork& Beans • CAMP FIRE 6 io L n bs 49c LIPTON Lb. Box PINEAPPLE Del Monte and Libby's Crushed CORN TOMATOES May Field Yellow 303 Cans * m SWEETfROST STRAWBERRIES 10 Oz. Boxes SUNKIST —Size 432 LEMONS • FANCY Lorge Pkg, HOME GROWN EXTRA NICE LARGE Lb, LETTUCE YOUR BEST MEAT BUYS AT SIRLOIN, T-BONE & RIB STEAK Lb. CHUCK ROAST Lb. STIW f huttday, July It II i i it'ltiV"*-'^ 0LON0II HOP! Sf Aft, tfttft, ARKANSAS •yCMek t *' ij , a ift* et .. 3 l_' OZARK IKE HOPE v<aj THE SHINE ON DAGWOO6S SHOES. WHV CAM't V0U BE NEAT LIKE HE IS ? OUT OUR WAY By I, K. William* World Rivers Answer to Previous Puftte ACROSS DOWN 1 Russian river j RiV e r va i leys 12 Drink made i e °j a ^Qy m * ,„ w . ith ^ alt 5 Follower 13 Storehouse 6 Persian town il ,* j ' 7 Roof finial '}25J. e J!fc w 8 Networks (anat.) 30 Exists 41 English river . 9 Prostrate 31 Three-toed 42 Approaches ; 10 Printing sloth 44 Noblemen mistakes 34 Elongated fish 45 Flood •—— of , 11 Attire 35 Famous river a river ic meters 19Obliterations of Europe' 50Scottish mels 21 Valuable 36 Ignores sheepfoid •tfi A - ee ,,^-, Jewels 37 Preposition 51 Unclose, / t—Z urriver 23 Sorrowful 39Churclv (poet.) /• •jm ^ an - C l 24 River in Italy festival 52 Air (comb. • f-M^d' 27 Distribute ' 40 Spirit . form)''* 29 Lateral part 1 i 31 Part of "be" 32 Pronoun 33,Exchange , premium 35 Australian • ,j river, . •;,'•——r-werjt 37 Winglihe part .38 Born . 41 Natural" endowments 43 Fortifications 46 Aromatic herb 47 Item of property 48 Mire ..' 49 Bearing 53,'Pewter coin •--." ofMalayia '54 Lincoln's ,"" nickname '.. $5,"Drive off - •yo&Heh product . .57 Legal point 58 Soothsayers 59 Cereal grain i °~* ' CARNIVAL \l 3t> 58 8 ZO 53 By Dick Turner • s bill—I want to'test; "Miss Wilks! Bring in Mrs. Enderby's bill—I liar roflB*l>Ci!" her reflexesl" SIDE GLANCES / _ _ By Galbralth MEAT Lb. PURE GROUND Lb. T. M. *M- M- «.?*<• P"- Cwr. t>M ft K» 9Htict, Int. .^g «P on her! Imagine a baby $itt«r wanting Nr boy >-fri«na In, Instead t>f watching ev«r littl»,Q«g8r'» «rib $very minutf I" ^-K^StS HAP A WAV WITH WfeLL.,1 (^AM'T S6ETH' \> HORSES-, BUT PUMPHOUSE VIBRATIW' H WELL.THAT'S _'M RIPIM' UPIM /( COMIM<3 tH'HiLLfe--'BUT WHEN) \( cx)Twow/y •; ' THEM PAMTS AIM'T THE . 1 HAVE TO &n BACK * AM 1 STAfeT IT AGIN/ y— , r . ^~ SHOULP ->- . .;,.,•-.-= -^^— ^=~' .- • :..o^u^s&'ii^.f V ' '' PICTURES FOR , PMAKEY'5'- NEW STORV. OUR BOARDING HOUSE •OOTi AND HER BUDDIES ' WaMiB ••^•^•••^•••^•V " ' ' •' ' "• , '. •••:." •••i^MB^illlllllllllMV :ca»». : ;1M« b»Mt«'»«r.w.'WcCT :I PUNNO, EUSTACE H055, BUT SOMEHOW THINK YOU'RE UOOKiN ''But I don't triink Dad wpMld,ljl<e;!^; If ;^;|u^fj*^p|M|:: THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE ft'« get .99,000 f«*t -n-.j- j VE "''-,.. *i* i<i.. ^ ? \.::

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