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t v tV**rf f'^;' ;«>'H ^HS *** -.5 ^1? HOPE STAR, HOPS, ARKANSAS fuetday, Au§u$t 11, ASSIFIED W* _Uf}» i*"Ttfa«fea. 5!* ,iO« M6HW 7,50 ,9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 ^ 3,00 SiUU 19.1. D, DjffiLAY ' »v.<.....i. 75c per men 88. etxsv* few- tor eon* -ttokft *hd.Sne-doV tot*. wlJied advartlSlM topy ed urttif, 6 .p;.:m.,,fbr bllawlha day. - , , reserve the fight » .all advei-tlssrri«nt» of* idn ' and to ,fe|«ct obHT r adveHIj1ha *Ut>* . os ahtf .Word. will not be tt»Mn- n' Wont Ad» uhlut 'te eUf »t«rttiert od ond »h«n fhsertlbn. DOGS caught molesting ducks on our. . farm will be killed. Ben Owens. 28-3t ' weekday ofierhoon by ».E.'Palmer, Brcildenf «7fH. WdlhburKT *««W* '" SounnWdtnbf StfMt^ Editor & t>ubllik«r ;fJone», Managing Editor Dovlt, Advcrtillng ManaaM ' W.> Hotmor, Moch. Supt. is x««eond-clan matter at ,_ it. at Hope, Arkaniot, &'ct«of March. 3,, 1897, >f »Ke. Audit,Biiitau af rlpHbn' Rates .(payable In ^'^- V6in<: * )i .-' J -' od* - Hempstead, Nevada, 'and Miller coun- , rf fling;, R<prct«ntativ«i: alltes, -Inc.;' 1602.»>Storlcki ~ Tenn,,\ SOS <T«xa«< 2,' Texas; 360.. N. ' ooj, II).; 60 E». ^ Y.; .1.763, Co» Iho Aisoclafed .Prmt j Presses entitled ex^ for republleotlon As ^printed i In this Vjel|la« all "AK-news S«mc*t Offer*! MAMRES3 MfiovatloU IRd ipflflf work Cebb M«U**»s Sitf t SWllti Wiifalftittffl, t P Maf, Directors fitttJ FtWfiflAL » » > AMBULANCE AD-I Mo. f $ C6HNEL1US SURIAL ASSOCIATION titr|[est and Oldest in South Arkansart. Call 7-6505 for our • '* ' agents A23-1 Mo. Notice PEOPLE. $3.00j all refrigerated ,air, ' Inrturspflngs, foam pillows. Ci E. Bnlcy "all new court." Trflilcr, $1.00. References, Citizens And National Bank. UNFURNISHED 4 room duplex. Private bath' fcnd entrances, Gar' age. 801 S. Main. Phone 7-5837. !"•• i 26-et 4 ROOM ' hoUsp and batlv-water, lights" and natural gas. * Experiment Station Road. Phone 7-2253. , • » , .. 26-at LARGE bedroom, • private bath, private 'entrance, C16se-irt. 319 JST.' Elm. Phone 7-3391. 28-Oj, 5 ROOM , unfurnished apartment. Available September 10. Close-in. Phorte, 7-3329. 28-3t TWO bedroom 'furnished apartment, close-in. Phone 7-332?. 28-3t ONE Wont bedroom 502 S. Hervey. Pholie''7-3710, - ' , . 28-3t UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment e--bath. Rent reasonable. i'1311'West-Avenue B. Phone 7, .«,. v 30-flt 2 1 ROOMf furnished apartment up . 'stairsp Close-in. -Bills < paidi> Mrs. •J. W.' ! TWrfieK"418 S:'Elm.* f "^31-3 SIX To^'ipyseJ-^irraTgarage,„ 4 •• blocks ^komJ < Brookw,ood-.-'sohool. Call 7-3300.•» • .' ^' • 31-3t Help Wonted ifee to work 6 nights a Week Must be at least 18 years ttf agft. Afrply 1 in frfcrson to King's firive-ltt, 30-6t For Safe CAUTION fioh't overlook the Pre-L&bor Cay TIKE SALb Gel B fifew tire & tube for less thaft the regular tost of a new lite at Qklohamo Tife & Supply PHP CM • F rvjf\ «>ALL PORTEfthELD GROCERY AND MARKET Cledn Stock & fixtures, Other Business 723 W. 3rd — Phone 7-2723 2G-6t 1940 FORD, radio, heater, airfoarri Chattanooga Sinks Nashville 10-4 NASHVILLE, Tenn. AUIJ ?0 l.fl Chattanoga jumped on Jcro Stupak for 14 hit-? in five 1 innings to beat Nashville r-ere tonight 104 Zeke eisz wertt nil the way although he. gave up 12 hits, including five to An Dunluiii who had a perfect flight at the plate Dunham's hits included a two-run homer in '.he fifth, two doubles and two singles Chattanooga 012 430 OOft 10 14 0 Nashville 000 020 0104 12 2 2eisz and Sacks; Sti.pak, Libby fi and Fogg Giant-Dodger Series May Decide Flag 6y BEN PHILEGAR Asoclatsd Pre*s Sports Writef No matter what happens now, cushions, undercoat, Phone 7-3776. iw tires, i j n 28-81 m the New York Ghtms still Will be I'M dividing my bearded iris. Choice rhizomes from ten cents to $1. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 28-61 RECONDITIONED piano. $425. $50. down and $11 per month payment. Phdhe 7-3170 before 12 noon. 30'3t ONE,',practically new inner-spring juattr'ess and springs. $25. 204 N. HerVey. Roy Johnson. 31-3t REFRIGERATOR, gas stove and Vther furniture. Call 7-4555. 31-6t Real Estate for Sale 2 ROQM furnished, apaVtment^ ,vate' entances ts 'preferred; Phone 7-2119. 1002 West Ave. B. •• 31-3t FIVE room •furnslied home. Apply( Middlebrooks' Grocery, Phone 7'37917 • ' •; • 3i. 3t "New Foil Line" Just r Arrived ' ,. See Jhe Newest in Mens Wear ,-. ,As Low as $64,50 ., Tom Wordlows Street Tailor Shop Byers Watermelon Stand ''<- S-GURVE- 4 Shovei Phllco Air Cohdition«rt On* of Arkan««i' Most , n Complete tpqir Shopf ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. Phone 7-2629 114 8. Elm Highway 67 West FURNITURE co, Edge of, City Limits West Wlfter'Barrels for Sale Phone 7-4381 ' "Hope. Ark. IN ONE of Hope's nicest neighborhoods, 1 this attractive comfortable 3 bedrObm home, is located on a spacidi!s'.90 ft. x 150 ft. beautlful- Jy landscaped ; shady corner lot. Witri large living room and dining " area, nice kitchen with builtins and -breakfast area. Big roomy closets, all in excellent condition. The screened 10 x i'G porch is just like a family room. The house is newly painted with a hew 20 year roof. An excellent buy for those who want a homo close to; uptown and grade school Liberal financing available. Located at 319 North Elm — shown by appointment only. 3'/j BLOCKS from uptown', we can offer a bargain to a big family. Nine big rooms and hall, 2M> ba' thg, screened side porch, 100 x 200 ft. lot, plenty of storage and all furnished for only $8,500.00. Could be converted into 3 apartments. Finahcing available. T 000 North Washington, thisithie'e bedroom home has a new rool and recent paint job. Located on large shady corner lot in a nice quiet neighborhood, it is a real bargain at only $3,750.00. Can- be financed; FOSTER REALTY COMPANY CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beef out and wrapped for deep fr«ie. Beef for Peep freeze 26 tp 35 cent*. Ralph Montgomery MM* Phone 7.3361 MATTRESSES Out Pay 6eryl«t PAV15 Furnlturt ft Mottrfti CRPWN WKTMNIHAMS SURPLUS m 9 «n*j Items, - JVW first place when Hie collide lead on with the Brooklyn Doclgofi n their three-game showdown ser- es starling Friday in the Polo rounds The margin might be as small as two percentage points It could be as much as 2'/ 2 games. But big or small it will bo the Giants oil op with Ihe Dodgers trying .to climb Any small boy with, cx- oeriencc on a greased pole can tell you that, going up is .the hardest The Dodders, who had been burn ng up the West like a prairie fire, afoul of an old Brooklyn killer from several seasons back last night : and dropped n 7-5 decision in Milwaukee The Giants whippet! St. Louis 4^1. With Johnny Aiitonelli becoming the first Natonal League pitch'of to win 20 games. New York is now k games ahead of Brooklyn. Bobby Thomson, tho No. 1 public enemy in Brooklyn since his dramatic homer in the 1951 playoffs between the Giants and Dodgers, showed up in a Milwaukee uniform an 1 smashed a three-run homer in the seventh inning for the winning runs. -'" > The Braves went into the seventh trailing 5-4. After one out Bill Burton beat out an infield single;' A sacrifice put mm on second, Joe Adcock walked and Thomson' drilled one of Carl Krskin's offerings over the left fielrl i'once, ,400 feet away. There were some home runs earlier too. Duke Snider hit His 34th with the bases empty in ,the first. Jack D i time r gave : the Braves a, brief 4-3 lead with a twb-on drive in the fourth ,' Antonelli. the first: Giant E hander;, to :win P 20 since '<?ar.l' ~\JySi$i bell did it 17-years ago.VpltCiietl ofW! Huddleston Hurls Legion Over Nashville the Itope Legionnaires won their first game of the playoffs as they toppled the Nashville Cubs 7-0 behind the S-hit pitching of Reedei- Huddlesloh .last night in Legion Park. The Legionnaires Will travel to Nashville for their, • second game Wednesday night and' will be back in Legion'Park on Friday night if Ujey lose Wednesday night's game. '* At Fair park tonight another in a championship series between the Little League RA's and Century Bible claiA^Will be 1 'resumed at 7:30. COTTON STATE LEAGUE PUAY-ON-S Meridian Greenville 'Cats Have GameScheciu Seven a{ Monroe El Dorado 2 2 1 ,1 007 6G7 333 .1:53 JUST-TALK AND IT'LL CO—David Lee Swindler, 17, demonstrates the radio-controlled >caij he designed and built for the Ford" Motor Company's Industrial arts award competition m New York. Panel behind Lee holds, the tape recorder*, microphone and turntable which transmits sounds through a loudspeaker to the car. PR. PHONTS 7-4091 31-3t Lookouts Hit Rocks for 10-6 Win By The Associated Press New Orleans and Atlanta launch five-game fight for the Southern ssociation pennant tonight With ew Orleans a half gnme ahead Ut Within six putouts of making l'/ 2 . Before the regularly scheduled ame gets under w,?y at Atlanta, ie visiting Pelicans will toko on he Crackers in the eighth inning f a game suspended last weuk in "ew Orleans with UK; Pels ahead 4-2. With that handicap, even the gure their favorites will need to weep the remainder of the series o win > the flag. Atlanta pulled to within half a ame last night by clipping Birm- igharn 4-1 while New Orleans ab- orbed ^a 03 pasting from the un 'i-edictable Mobile Boars. Chatta iooga clung to a faint hope of •naking the first division for the layoffs by 'thumping Nashville 0-4, Memphis held its 3'i gamo ulge on Ihe Lookouts .with a 10-6 decision over Little Rook. Hal Keller's home run with the >ases loaded sparked a six-run surge in the seventh which gave he Chicks their 13th consecutive victory over LHUa Rook. Memphis closed out its season play with the Travs with a 17-5 rucoid Ralpl Atkins homered for LHtie Rocl with one on. "'.Atlanta's chances of overtaking New Orleans appeared very if past peiforman;o ss tho guide The Crackers half failen six time tn seven outings with the Pels ii Atlanta. Their road mpik agaiiis the leaders wa§ d laspectnble 3-5 Fights Last Nighf iy THp ASSOCIATED PRE.SS NEW YORK Bob Katterfleic 17?, Chica«o, stoppoii Franki Daniels, 175, Bakersfiold, Calif, Carocas, Venp?uel4 Sendy s?d of his V-est games. He hold the Cards to four singles, walked three und struck out five. The Giants didn't pull ahead until the seventh when a pair of mn^les wrapped': around a fumble produced the tie- breaking''run; Dusty Rhodes drove home the- other pair in the nintli with a bases-loaded single. « t- The Cleveland IndiansV who put their 4VJ> games American League; lead on tho line against New York in 1 a 'three-games series starting in Yankee Stadium tonight, wound U|> the Boston end of .their season yes-: terd&y with their llth victory in 11; starts against the Red Sox at Fenway Park. 4; They came from four runs'.bo-, ind to nip the Sox 54 with a five- un rally in the seventh, Baltimore 'on its third straight from Wash ngton 3-1 and Cincinati ve in a row with I a 5-1 : triurr}gK ver Philscielphia in the only oth'|f •najor league 'action. r V 'Aging Hainie Majeski, slashed a iree-run homer during the Cleveand uprising, Five of ClevoUnd's 0 pitchers saw action, starting vith 'rookie Ray Narleski and end' ng with Mike Garcia. ,. Bob Turley of tho Orioles lo-hitter working until Jim Busby unted safely in the sixth, but iad to strike out pinch hiltei Vlaury McDermott with Hie base? oadecl in the ninth to preserve his 1th triumph. Another one of those three-run iomers that figured prominently in esterday's games came in the lincinnati victory over Ihe Phils rim Grengrass hit this one dur ng a four-run Reclleg rally in the sixth. 129 New York stopped Jack Je Blair, 131, Dallas, Tex, 1 I<Q& Angers Ppn Jordan. 13 :, Los Angeles, ouipojnted Ar wnponi>)!$%, Oakland. JO West Jprdwp, ytali Rex Layn W, Sftlt Ljjse City, • outpointet Wopdworth, }60. Provo Yi,ir AT , wta»Wy 4$ day Yesterday's Resitlts Monroe C, Greenville 3 Meridian 8, El. Dorado 7 \f Facecl with a twelve game scho- dule the Hope Bobcats entered their second week of practice sessions and the team is beginning to take shape. Twice daily some 50 hopefuls go through rugged workouts an Conches Martin and Penrce prepare for the opening same September 10, with Stamps. Downtown a special committee is engaged in selling season tickets at bargain rates. Purchase of a season book for $0.00 will allow the holder to see seven home R'nines With n reserve seat thrown in tor free. The schedule includes: Sept. 10 'Stamps here Sept. 17 DeQueeli horc Sept. 24 Smackovcr there Oct. 1 Fordycc here Oct. 8 Crossett there Oct. 15 Fail-view hero •Oct. 22 Gurdon there Oct. 29 Camden here Nov. 5 Magnolia hero Nov. 12 Arkadclphia here Nov. 19 Prescott there Nov: 25 Nashville there Today's Games El Dorado at Meritlinn Greenville at Monroe SOUTHE.RN ASSOCIATION W L Pet GB New Orleans 313 5!i Oil Atlanta 88 57 607 v. Birmingham 77 6-1 \4G 'J\', Memphis 75 71 514 14 Chattanooga 69 74 483 18Va Little Rock 61 84 421 27'i Nashville 61 84 421 27 1 /, Mobile D8 87 400 SO'/j Yesterday's Rcmilts Memphis 10, Little Rock 6 Atlanta 4, Birmingham 1 Chattanooga 10, Nashville 4' Mobile S), New Orl?ans 3 Today : s Games Little Rock at Nashviilu Birmingham at Mobile New Orleans at Atlanta (2) (Only games scheduled) CLOUSE RIEFRIGERATJON SERVICE PHONE 7-3369 Large Enough to Serve You! Small Enough to Know Youl Cleveland New York Chicago i Detroit Boston Washington^ .Ballimore yir Philadelphia HAR^M SCARE 'EM—Costumed like-a harem beauty, model Theona Bryant slops traffic as she Strolls through Washington, D. d., streets with a cheetah on a leash. The stunt, which kept the men away, was us°d to publicize the movie, "The Egyptian." SPORTS ROUNDUP .By OAYLE TALBOT. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet GB 04' 30 .723 89 40 620 4Vi 8S 47 57 72 - 50 72 52 76 : 42 044 10 4-52 36 '/L> 43i 37 406 41 -,32fi 51>/ 3 3..S 51 '/ 2 NEW"' YORK W) For/the next i ,hree ..nights and days the/eyes of! .he basebai! world will-be centered' argely on Yankee Stadium, and at .he : end of ,tha.t ..period .we may :now 'with sbme degree of certain-. :y whether the Cleveland-. Indians', are destined to snvp the Yhnks' ;tring of five straight world championships "'•-. : ' .•• ••'•••.••••:•' If • AL Lopez's vSsi.'.y improved 1 club should exceed i: even itn-most delirious prospect • and sweep the three-game set behind its "big three." 'then General Manager mk Greenberg \yi!i be safe in pracking open' the customary keg pf champagne when the. V Tribe boards^ the cars, out of here en [Thursday night for Chicago The ^Bombers' chances of recovering from such a blow .would, bo substantially nil Yesterday's Results Baltimore 3, Washington 1 Cleveland 5, Boston 4 (Only games scheduled) Today's Games Cleveland at New York (night) Chicago at Boston (night) Detroit at Washington (night) Baltimore at Philadelphia (2-twi night) •': BATTERIES as low as $9.45 Exchange' Western Auto Associate Store Watch Repair Guaranteed Pre- School Special. Bring your watch in Keith's Jewelry 31 For Complete Parts and Service for New Holland Balers and Ford Tractors Phone or Write Fallin Tractor Co. Magnolia, Ark. • • . Pho. 882, 689 & 1140-R Douglas New Line Coach at-'Villanova VILLANOVA, Pa. W Former Arkansas Razorback Coach Otis Douglas has been named lino coach at Villanova University. Douglas, who coached the Razorbacks three seasons, succeeds Eddie Michaels, who resigned last week. ' Douglas starred as a guard at William and Mary and later with the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He coached at Drexel Tech. If they take two out of three, the Indians will establish, them-' selves as strong favorites to ;go on virtually immolestod to Ihc; \vire Even a single victory would send them back West .- stjll in a very advantageous position The only thing they have seriously to fear is a complete collapsu and Ihe loss of three straight to thoir hard- drlvirig pursuers In other words, this is the show clowi) on whether tho 1H54 edition of the Irtclians is, as Hi (idmirfrs Porkerslack Experience inKey Spots By LEONARD 8AFFIR FAYETTEVILLE UKSV ' "A .hadow of despair hangs over Fay- etteyille i'or the Arkansas Razorbacks embarking on their 1954 season with 27 'newcomers leading the attack. . The Razorbacks appear destined to finish near the; bottom of'the Southwest Conference? standings again this year-,'principally because of a lack of experience and overall depth. Coach Bowden Wyatt, ex-Tennesse All-American, I'iiues th? season with the loss of 1953 standouts, La mar McHan and Floyd Sagely. With those two stellar performers, the Porkera won only three games last fall. Wyatt's best ball carrier -is Fullback Henry Mopro, a 20-yea.'-okl junior from Litle Rock Moore was second to McHan in rushing last year with 331 yards on 80 carries, including three touchdowns. Otherwise it win be a green NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet GB . HI 47 79 50 73 54 04 60 60 09 53 G9 53 70 40 83 New York . Brooklyn Milwaukee Cincinnati St Louis Philadelphia Chicago Pittsburgh 033 012 2'A 57o 'l\'* 492 18 405 21!.;. 457 22'A 411 SB'/a 357 35 Va Yesterday's Results Now York 4, St Louis'-1 Cincinnati 5, Philadelphia 1 Milwaukee 7, Brooklyn 5 (Only games scheduled) Today's Games Brooklyn at Milwaukee New York at ^St Louis (night) Philadelphia at Cincinnati Pittsburgh at Chicago (2) COOLS OFF PASADENA, Calif. (UP), man who got infuriated with his auto because it bacarne overheated in 98 degree weather, furiously Hailed it with a baseball bat until police Officer Lyle F'agan inter- ferred. The exhausted motorist put down the bat and explained to Fagan. "We got overheated at the same time but I've cooled off now." istist, an entirely different jri-opo- backfield for the Porkers. Tops on sition froiVi the Cleveland clubs the newcomer list is Tailback which have run second for the p'a&t George Walker, who Jerl the frosh thre seasons They say' there is|ln extra points, punting, passing ulso Baseball By THE ASSOCIATP.Q PRESS Amerlpan Associ^U^n SI Paul 3, ItKUaivipolis 2 JUinneapolis 10-8, Kansas City 5-8 CoUimhus 5 ( Toledo 2 Louisville M, CharU'slon, 0-0 Western League Cojojrado Springs S, Denver Vf; Pueblo 5-0, Wichita H Vj Omaha 4, Oes MoU>es 2 .$ City f- no choke in this outfit, and that is what we al-e about to i'lnd out for certain . A vast majority of, 'Ainericuii League fans will be pullins for the Tribe tp si'irviye the tost ..brilliantly There is no question >^h(U the succession of Yahkee pennants h«s long-.singe begun ' to pnll oh' the public, much as everyone was glad to nee Casey Stengel Win belated recognition as a great manager But, until tbey actually see it happen, the Yankee haters will remain highly ne k rv$us The champcons, foJliut? .smoothly behind I six-game winning streak, go into the series benefited by a day's vest »>nd with th^ir top pitchers Bob Grim, Ed Lopat and Whltey 'Foi'd ready nr>d eager They av£ cocky, as'only champions can be t and they still are completely 'confident th,at they will slice UP » sixth WuvW Series melon ' and running. The Ipyear-old Walker scored twipe? last year and passed for four touchdowns. • Ronnie Underwood, ace 'freshman pass receiver; ii anptb,ei' highly rated sophomore and will be playing wingback ia Wyatt's single wing attack. "• : . .••;;' The only spark ii],' H he Razorback camp is the middls of the line. : Here, all four tackles and thve guards return to give assistance to the tenderfoot backs. Jim Roth, Bob' Ipunpan, Eddie Bradford and Bill Fuller all saw heavy service last ye«r at the tackle posts while Budd Brooks Bobby Gilliam and V/ajland Roberts will man the guard positions. The situation at the center slot finds five graduates of the freshman ranks try for the starting position. Coach Wyatt is far from being dls ii»-be4 PYW a start at Arkansas with, 8 be^w -&Qft «wrd, 'J 4«ft't tjiaj J'ye f ver Had jnptp oro Bowden's lifetime coaching record (Wyoming and Arkansas) is commendable 42-34-1. Bee-T-Mite Settle and Termite Control Service Owned and Operated by Guy Grigg Hope, Arkansas Phone 7-3445 109 S. Main All Customer; are Insured fu£sJoy, Augusf 31, H & IP t S f Alt 1 , 'H 6 P * , ARKANSAS Let Us Install That BROKEN GLASS Have that broken auto glass replaced today. We recognize insurance claims. If you need good Used Parts for cars or trucks. See us now. Gloss & Salvage Co. West 3rd Street t!3P"W' <*' SfRVKf-REPfllR Pick-up and Delivery ONE DAY SERVICE Beat the heat •-r- have that fan repaired at JOHNSON'S ELECTRIC. We Specialize in Residence and Commercial Wiring JOHNSQN ELECTRIC Curl Johnson C. P. RetHg WANTiO TO BUY NICE, FAT YOUNG HENS We need hens now. If yoy have a laying flock why not cull them now/ and sell MS your non layers? We would like to buy several hundred at g,time, but will take what you have, Call V* tor QeHvery Pate Hope Locker & Processing Co* , .',1 i. ^,, \v imm-^^j^if•&/#, .J$ £.&, f LONDII •f ChkkY*«i 6-31 . I WAS EARLX SO I WENT INTO THIS ^ SHOP ANt> P6UNO tME CUTEST " 'ESS FOR ONLV "EVFNtEEN DOLLARS X OUT OUR WAY By J. d, WIIH««« Screen Star Answer to Previous Puzzle I0IAIRI ffTEplB T AlElU |B|S|A|V nrannHtaiEJ^aiaraQru ACROSS 3 Communists 1 Cinema 4 Tramp (slang) actress, —— jj **. * l Stanwyck, fl Chert 1-atUes 8 She is one of 7 Roman bronze Hollywood'* ?|°° th , sa , yert noted • -••- fl Pertaining to 13 Interstices ln n ti8SUe Is ducted HCeTemony IUUBB1 lElSLiOSJ ICIClfil 16 Places (ab ) lz Plant 29 Hardy .heroine 42 Step 17 Cream 19 Sudanese 32 Eat away 43 Persian, , la tinnfMsh olri ' Negroids 34 Citrus f ruits' ienthiaker II Bartered 20 Beverages 35 Bird's home ^44 Relit ;,*,' 21 Abstract beine 23 Classify, 39, Billiard shots-4BCorh bread ' 22 Ever rcontr } 2 4 Woody plant 40 Annuallncome47 Asseverate. ! 23 Fixed look 25 Wolfhound (Fr.) 48 Inquisitive * , 26 Dance step 26 Nuisance 41 She has an 50 Precious ' 27 Perched ' 2 ' Fillip interesting stone iB zz £*ver iconir.j .,«»»**,, t*» 23 Fixed look 25 Wolf hour 26 Dance step 26 ,£"? ance 27 Perched ' «Fillip 30 Shield bearing 28 Paln '31 Perfuftie 38 Motives : M College! cheers 37Number 38 Soak flax , 39 Contends . 40 Short-napped fabric - 41 Sorrowful 11 42 Puissant 45 Surgical-saw 49 Amid 50 Sticky stuff (slang). 51 Egg (comb. I form)J 52 Fencing position 53 Type of fur (Pi.) 55 Sea eagles '56 She has been in some • movies DOWN 1 Sphere' 2 Scope stone That thing 30 33 37 •W 52 40 34 3ft Ik, 36 14 31 3fc BEEF s==r=S5r IT H HOT AIR.' I WATCH tHE S TRAFFIC CAR L£FT OUT • ) \ HAT/ ) I SO 1 CAN IMTH'S-UM ^^iN- J~ — - \ GET OUT/ :F)J tf^nin £ 'e-s/^f?^^^ 1 ^ 5 - 1 ** '*. i .1 LIFE'S LONGEST MlKlUTE OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople •u CARNIVAL By Dick Turntf / A RADIO COVERED BS' -r^rr&l i =£C ,TWie<S&.' LESS MEM THAM VJE MBMT IT' £ gOTTLc COMPLETEt-Y EV./APORATSD COULD TMERc BE SOME i^iS^r-.rf -Z -. . FOR 6H05T6, FUNNY'BUSfNESS X. O QUALITY SMOPPE T. M R«I V. 6,P»t-OH. Ctpr. 1M4 by MA >«rtlM,Jn«. S'3I I- - "Where do I think I'm'going,, dear?" ._. SIDE GLANCES By Galfcraith -^ . T M II* U I M OH ^/Zt, I "• C.p. 19S< I, NIA »...kt. |M -^ *s. *-«? Mr. <te far («* *»f*», %* T. «• |M. ^ I JT*«. — .^ —^t;?/ • ! "Sally always lingers in front of hat stores at the' ( #ttd\of] ' the straw hat season! She loves those castaway^l"-T] fWJEETIE PIE By Nadine Sdjcfr , ^^^J^t^^^SxSa *i * * * & £ 3? W^w J i£ ^ <^-™L -a3h \: ******** •H? (v$ (4§r Vl« FLINT IM5IPE wow THE wste PALLS PRSB AMP fttsmv JACKET6R WJUtfeT ROARS OPr-;0fa A . , MISSION/ t .M B.< V).* },tP -~~m^ i ftw^rK • J- * 3*1 - • uft &&l#X*$W WSJ*" W ;# sBBSBiJS* WASH TUBES VOU WBR& RIGHT, E^5>•i THB. I&LAUP ^ REAL. )U7C<tr>wttbA7 i/Nnuuis ?'<•* vV llA'i, Vfe^* . m$W '/S f sags* sCBorausEHHissa BOOT* AND, HER BUDDIES '... A' T BUGS BUNNY DAVENPORT. TH-THAT'S HIS FAVORITE ALLEY OOP «a L HAIL TO \I CANT EW AJN PRINCE.HE BOTHERS'" LET THE FEA5T BE£!N! L«s®feij REPLACE AI-U PIVPTS fKff ff ,^-^^^^^^y ;' ' ^; . * •; ff TH1 STORY OF MARTHA WAYNI YOyiNTHgl «M^* • ii' ^vsij-'js.jiji. .^j..!,-:! •). .,•• t | ^, A - ( ^mfisff •?•'"' Skv f\ t V* ^ ^ ' A.-,^-i-

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