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't^lslifv-fy&c* r * "* ^'f^i •-> >' ff ' T ' ' ",*• • "•" WK.t-\ •-' - >^'t v 'j «->.'<-->_ t ' ' -" -i*t e# _ > tft>6v£ we „ Jtehi. Ifrtdute? mm* ih« Metiiaifiea a<... JurtW S copy m. lot res*rV» the fight ft l odverHsemanti of' Ifeatiort ''ortd to >6|«ct advertising -6f 6n* or rnor* Itttcrt, .?flftur**.'tuth a* hous» or tftambttt count as on* word. ~« Star Will not be respon- ttrof* In Wont. Ad* unleu . to our attention ' Irttertlbh 'of ad and then fneorrett insertion. PkpSPECT 7-3431 or .. i fn*t ittfrf -January H, 191* ,y' afternoon by TAR PUBLISHING CO. .' W«hburh, urn, Editor & PubllibM Monafllrtfl Editor lt, Advertising 'Manager I?otr»*e6nd clan matter '•! £pffle* at' Haft, Arkaniat, "«t MortH 3, 'Ji»7. fof/th. Audlf Bur*ou of - • pflon Roles (payable In od- :fel'i/>v9nee): ' L lln Hope''and nelghborlna .25 r ,,.»;.Vf-,,. ....'....I .'. J3.00 wljsln Hempstead, Nevada, x lHp#ard, an^ Miller eoun- 'JM' 'x '" ~ J t Me 1 '*•»,'»«"?**»»•*•.•».»•.••.•».».*.... *O9 ..t....*. 1 "...; 1 60 iHVwi'.. 1 ....:...,.:.'.'.: 2.60 ""' ^*v. I .. B .M.»,....'./.. f 4.50 -••• -r *~ 2-?5 Sferick ^!*^'" SOS J exai ( s*2,-;T«os; J 360 N. vB.'j''ChlcQBO>Mrill.; 60 6. : Y.; 1763 i2 / ' Mich.; -w * 6lfH'-< } I folJ;Th« Aifoetated rreit: sT Pres% Is entitled ex- heiuse,for ( republ(catron fonijevnfe '-printed irf this ifye Sskoir Ap, news ^4?Mlkw.- /•*^SfeJW llf i -*JSf c 'ii£ip..i"_',il. ? ip^e^hfty '"studio ^JElnf Street A*gj*«<«gtiz Fufierqt Directors ' irUNfiif All 'A'O-i'Mo. V- • Good Western P **^*^ *"*%&? % i*'' 4 MJ,. Ps s t»jw« HEttMDON BURtAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Atkans'as. Call 7-3505 for ouf agents A23-1 Mo For Sale Plenty of' ' USED TIRE BARGAINS ^ Exceptional values in 2 USED DETROIT JEWEL GAS RANGES Fully guaranteed Oklahoma Tire & 'Supply MAG^S RESTAURANT FOR SALE Chociest spot on Highway 67. Enjoying'top local business, plus the best in tour- i^t trade. Due to ill health we are offenng"~our~ business at a sacrifice price. Restaurant Is fully air- conditioned, tip top equipment, newly decorated, 05 seating capacity, Ideal lo- ctation next door to new 17 unit motel. A na'tural mortey maker.' vy For information phone 7-3851 6r Write - a A. MCCARTY, ?> East Third Street, Hope, Arkansas 7-Ot FOR imprinted Christmas cards see. Lois M. IPurtell at Hazel's Beauty Shop' or call 7-2156. ll-6t OY to car hop t . White's Drive-In. Phone 7-9941.' 8-tf 0 BOYS to deliver heralds on "Duel In Tt?e'Sun" starting Sunday at the Saenger. Contact Saenger Manager. e-tf MALL inexpensive business, near Hope, (Sold 'Court) Xyi'ite C. E. Boley. Hope, Ark., Route 4. 10-Gt TITLE for 19.49 'Ford. Return to Alfred 'West, 310 S. Washington for reward. ' is tTNFtlRNiSMEp 3 toom apartrheht Private bafh'. rent rea'soriable 1311' W. AVenue B. Phone t-Segl ' IB-ff fU|lNISHED home. Apply Middle brooks Grocery. Phone 7-37'6i. I0-3t FOtJR room furnished apartment. 712 E. Third. Phone 7-2329. ll-3t UNFURNISHED apartment, 3 large 1-ooms find bath. Private entrances. Phone 7-2896 after 5:30 P- m. i5-3t THREE room apartment, nicely furriished. bills pdid. 204 Bonnei'. MAN' and wif,e to collect establish, edlrputes in Hope, 'Prescbft. 'and Ourdori. Car necessary.' Qoo< commission. See Mr, Anderson a The' Oaks, Monday' ''through Thursday!' '' 13 " Moit "• Phileo One of TY ALLEN jgLECfR'lC CO. , Pho»je 7'2629 114 g. Elm "i>v - 1 - i- CUSTOM „ f SLAUGHTERINa S2Xf "M* "Ld dnpwb for deep Bsef fer to 3$ cent*, Ralph Montgomery Mkt *~ " " * or M»dfl loie InriiPfprJni Work Guarantetrf wwp On» Day ~ ^ i Top s Service *'j*i'V , r <&*l r 4'A && f.pArowFORfM * ,™ *> r «5v" I5?v> ^ ARMY SURPLUS t.MlK Mm4'»jmf9^ iiP/fiiff^tffiff^ Picm F*|» Qffict WANTED TO LEASE, Rent or Buy: Building suitable John Deere Implement business. Ray Utiey, Nashville, Ark. ll-3t Mole Help Wanted OVERSEAS Jobs. High pay. South Amdrica, Alaska, Europe. Travel paid. Self-addressed, stamped envelope brlrigs details. Dept. 44-A, EASTLANO COMPANY, Box 14(56, Los Angeles 28, Calif. 13-lt STRAY yearling in my pasture. Owner can get same by identifying and paying for ad and feed. O. p. Robins, Ozan, Ark. 13-2t Texarkana Twins Cligjblo TEXARKANA, (M The football eligibility Controversy concerning the Hyden brathei-s and Te.\-arkan'a High School apparently is settled' with these concluding develop'* menls: 1. The boys, twin junior linemen Jerry and 'Joe Myden, are back 'in Ada, Okla., with their family. 2. In a nine-hour meeting Saturday the Arkan^us Athletic Association declared the- boys eligible tor Arkansas high school football, although they no longer live here. ' 3. The Razorback Supporter's ~lub of Texarkana, which earlier condemned two official? f6r not acting quicker in duclajrlng the Joys eligible, issued tin' apology. The Hyden boys moved to Tcx- ".rka'na from Ada in July. Their 'alher, Paul Hyden, is a traveling salesman who says ho thought Texarkana would give him a more centralized location in his terri- ory. Iv '^ v ?'- ', ' ","' r , > - * ,- ^ ' J,*,/^ <is " '"' <: '* ( ' v •T" r " ' n ^' fl " ^"'"-*,'" 4 '^'^v^l^T,»"' >V} ; '""' •'''^ n V'' 1 * r '* * v " 1 '' "' **'^F*^virf^$jn ay, September 13» f*t« ' HOftfrSTAt. MAM, ARKANSAS. Yerer Opens The Negro Community By Helen Turner • Rhone '7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner ' at WlckrFuneral Home The senior choir of BeeBee Memria} CME Church will rehearse Thursday night, September 16, at :30 p. m. . 14-QDefe0t The Yerger Tigers wont down in pfeat at the hands of Prescott n the opening game of the season ''riday night l)y a 14 to 0 score, t was the first game for both earns. Prescott scored a safety shortly before the half and that nould havn won the game. But tho Nevada County boys pushed over two touchdowns late in the final quarter to make the score 14 to 0. John Wilson gained fairly con- sistantly for the Ipcal Tigers who were never able to keep a sustain- ed'drive going dun mainly to a very strong Prescott defense. Play was hard throughout but Hope failed to draw a single penalt as against 15 yards for Prescot Standouts for Hone were Dariie Martin, Wilson, Robert Tyus an Jimmie Stuart. Choir No. 2 of Bethel AME Chur- h will rehearse Tuesday night, eptcmber 14, at 7:30 p. m. IT'S ALL IN THE WATtTR—Dainell VVhitt demonstrates the effect 6f the'drought on Irrigated, right, and nonirrigated, left, corn at an experimental farm near McCredie, Mo. The corn in both cases was planted the same day and given the same soil fertilizer. Whitt towers over the unirrigated corn and is dwarfed _i by the stalks that received plenty of water. Senior and junior choirs of Garett 1 Chapel Baptist Church will re- earsc Tuesday night, September 4, at 7:30 p. m. Senior .choir of Lo.noke Baptist hurch will rehearse Tuesday ni- ht, September 14, at 7:30 p. m. Nelson-Hill Post No. 427 will meet ues,day night, September 14, at he regular 'meeting place. All nembers arp asjc to be present and in. time. 8;3(> p. no,. The Golden Sta^s of Antioch'will Ive a musical program at BeeBee Memorial'CME Church Sunday mint, September* 19. Rev. T. J. Ihone, Pastor. Mrs. Catherine Y. McKay of Detroit, Mich., is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Catherine .Yerger. Author Nelson of Chicago, 111., Mrs. Lillje McKadop, Miss Lena Mercer and Mrs. Bell Mercer of McNab were the week-end guest's dl' Mrs. Laura Sanders. Mrs. Lillie McDoe of McNab left Saturday f^r Chicago, 111., to make her home. Cleveland New .York Chicago Detroit Boston Washington Baltimore Philadelphia AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 104 40 .728 95 48 .663 CV 91 54 M 79 G3 79 61 82 48 9« 48 96 .622 12" .448 39'/ .44 40 .427 4'2'y .333 56 ,333 5C Yesterday's Re'nults Detroit 5-8; Washington 0-3 " Baltimore 4-4; Philadelphia 3-5 Cleveland 4-4; Philadelphia 3-5 Cleveland 4-4; Ne\v' York 1-2 Chicago 5-7; Boston 3-5 Gamep No gnmes schedulocK : ' : NATIONAL LEAGUE Funeral service for John Coopei were held on Sunday. September 12 at the Bethel Holliness Church in Vfashington with Hicks Funeral Ifome in charge. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday night Septembei 14, 1954 at the Hicks Funeral Home njt J;30 p. m. All members are asked to be on time. Mrs. Mary Anderson has return- HyNTING SEASON Is jqst around the c'orher. Get your Now. §tbre CLOUSE REFRIGERATION 7-3369 _^ Enough to Serve YoMl ' *t> Know Youl NOWl \yiiile you are having yogr car painted we can do that wprk an your motor, brakes or body wgrk, PXTRA 2c OFF To pgr New York Brooklyn Milwaukee Cincinnati ' Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh W 83 80 83 09 63, Qi 59 49 L 53 -Pet, .624 '7 .601 67 .593 73 .486 73 .482 .401 .410 7 85 93 .345 GB 3 4% 19'/ 20 23 30 V. Yesterd'a'y's' Results Cincinnati 11-13; Pittsburgh 5-3 Philadelphia 5-1, Milwaukee 2-2 Brooklyn 4-4, Chicago" 2-3 ' St. Louis 4; New York 3 -r " Today's Gair.fS '..•« •St. ' Louis at • New York Milwaukee at Philadelphia (n) Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (n) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION " Memphis' 4: Atlanta 3 (15 innings) (At'.anta loaU.-i best of seven 3-2) New Orleans 10: Birniingham (New Orleans leads' best of seven 3-2). • Arnerlcan By The Associated "Press Sunday's Results" Toledo 7, Charleston 5 Columbus 4, Louisville 2 Minneapolis 3, Kansas City 0 St. Paul S, Indianapolis 4 Y/estern League Cenyer 8, Pueblo 4 Colorado Springs 8, Wichita 5 Lincqln 4, pniaiui 1 DCS Mojnes 2, ' Sioux Cify 1 Filogomo Bats Oilers to Crown El Dorado "sferecj Cotton Slates League season honors with p'fiv iiarit-winning Greenville today after winning the league's pl'a'yoff title jn a shpwdown "batjle with the league champions. """ EJ Dorado defeated Greenville- i-l Saturday night in Grimvjflfi on the seven-hit pitching of Bbbb.y Brown. The v{c|oyy gavo El Dor'^'do ihe final series, foiiv gaipss ip'two. Brown struck out seven and walked four in qhaiking up the do^ding victory. 4 two-run second lining, featuring Majty pilpgarnp'§ bases-loaded single, iq^fl jHa game tor the Oilers. ' * " The victory S.aUux]ay gainpd £1 Dorado a degreg of Ri'SsfJge since ;hf Oiler lost the pennant pn, tte final qlay after ^adjntj jhp league ol l}io season, ed to hey home h} Mlndjn, La,, af,- «»' visiting Ugv Qqu,g|n $}•. and: ^ t - s . SOME PROFIT—Dr. Hann ( s R. Teichert, of Chicago, 111., admires the'"Madoniia and Child" painting ne purchased last spring from af'New York antigue dealer "for $450. An art collector claims the painting is an original by Leonardo da Vinci and is worth about ' * -. niirt million rlnllarc. one million dollars. SPORTS ROUNDUP .By QAYLE TALBOT. SAN ANTONIO, uT! At fhe fas end (they hpp v e) of a rocord heat wave that sears the .'eyeball,. 1 ?. : the youth of; Texas is sweating 'it off oh'hundreds of practice fields in jreparatjon for the football madness whfch annually besets this state to (perhaps ^ ' greater degre han any i of the other 47. It can be arguod whether they alay the best football in the biggest It's the mystery of tho local fall season. "The only thing T can figure," one writer says, "is tlvit tho boys were shocked by the rugged training and discipline that Bear hands out. I think Bear realized that his precedessor was lo soft, and that if he's ever going to get the Aggies back in the conference race he's going to have to be hard. They state. But there isn't much doubt!haven't had a really good team for .hat they play the most of it. or ;hat they go a little daffier over he sport than any comparable set of citizens. Probably nobody knows exactly low many football teams there are n the vast region between Panhandle and Brownsville, more than a dozen years." One reason the Aggies haver.'t been getting the John Kimbroughs lately, at least sinco the v/'ar, is the fact that it is one of the tightest military schools in the'nation the comparable in some respects to and arc hidden away onie idea may be aetween El Paso and Texarkana because some of them .undoubtedly ill;, gullies;^But gained from the atest official figures which,-list a otal" of 720 11-man high school lub's in the state, 'divided into ive "groups for championship pttr- jo'ses;-'. •"•' .•-''.'•• They say that Pennsylvania tanas', secp'rid, with 022 orthodox ligh"'•'sch'ql teams, and Ohio a ather surprisingly distant third vitjv"'512; Six-m'tin football also is rithusiastically played in scores f^ smaller : communiUos. and thera re sufficient college and univer- , .......... ity teams to pretty well absorb'Isn't fooling this time, West Point. The fellows who came who know they eventually - will have 'to serve a few years in the armed forces are in no rush lo get started. • Rocky Amazed " ••!-.•-' ..'*•• /• y »'*«-H-i~ •- : %t at Accusations of Joe Lou is By JACJK 4AND, GROSSINGER, N. Y.— (P) Heavy champion Rocky iyfarciano he best of talent which pours forth rom this horn of football plenty Even though the Tcxans have pt'been notably modest about tell- ig the rest tc the country of their ootball wonders we find it pos- ible to marvel a little bit even when hit in the 'ace with a ew set of statistics. Such as the let that there is no a single out- f-state player on the buge Uni- ersity o| fpxas "quad, which is xpected to be a powerliouse. In. fact,'only 32 fbreignors are aid |p be listed ainonij lire six exas''members'' of the Southwest ohferencei and only four or flye f th^m'shape'up' as regulars in ip cqmintj' campaign. We 'fji'Q jd fliat; tlie only' really good Tex ' s bpj ( 's wlio get aw'a'y :; nfe carjued Ef 'k'ickin|(" and scroanilng to 'Ok- 'and t,pui^ia|iai State. ' " 3' fellows '' doj-iV ' get s Those' fellows get so , . ny §f t|iem. b/ut -Uijj o.nes fhey ' " - o get are ' mighjy gbjad. d our ' " cpnced- We fipd |iat,' 'through some over- ight, bur old. ft'l.end' pajil (^ea'r) ' ' . ryant Jiasn't been ' provided with nywheyiB ' ne.ar 'tils siiaVe 'pf the lent crop in' bjs'jh'st' year as ' oach of the Texas Aggies'. and The boys en.' his of those are yoii' might iYave rcaql, seven i*v«anf'c i^lni/oi L * otv^v\l*r V>n*>n Remembering with a shudder that he was behind on the cards of all three officials for the. first half of his last title bout with Ezzard Charles, the king of heavies declared today: "I hope to get off to a fast start because I know Charles might try to a!o something with mo." The Rock, going into his last day of training 'befpiv Wednesday night's fight thinks he might have stayed in camp a lilUe top Ipng before the fifst Charles battle which he finally won' by a unanimous decision. "I had some dull days a week before the ,la?t night." lie said before hitting the roaU. "I think tlie tirning is just right for me this time." . Marciano weight?, 188 pounds arid has bpxed, 112 rounds' in 26 Workouts. Today vvaa to be ' de- v'pted to road work and pamu will break tprnp.vrpVy. feefoye the first Charles bout, {he Rock l^oxed IgQ rounds. .*••••• Meanwhile, the camp buzzed wi|h reports ,of former heavyweight champion Joe Louis tagging Rocky a "foul fighter." It was as goocj a way as any to Ijeep interest up, and it drew immediate retorts from Marciqno's pamg. ' "I'm su,rpr|sec! at Joe,'" s Warciano. "I d9n't know why pe'd say that." Marciano said his style was best Described as a "rough tyj/e who might Iwk Jifc? he's hitting* IPVHI-- ' '8 - Baylor Has ects of Good Season WACO, Tex. Wl That different look on the Baylor University fool- pall team is caused by (he presence' of a flock of highly promising sophomores. The 1954 Golden-Bears, picked to finish behind Texas and Rice in the coming Southwest Conference football race, are striving for more depth and defense. If some of their highly promising sophomores come through, the Bruins will add depth and defense to their perennially pnfent offense. Then they could become a contender. A stouter defense and presence of six or eight more solid performers probably would have chafed Baylor's. 7-3 record last season ir.lo a 9-1. As it was, the lightly manned Bears with terrific offensive punchiest only to co-champion Texas and Rice inside their own leagup and brought the conference added recognition with intcrseclion- al victories over California, 'Miami and Vandei-bill. Coach George Saner points out .hat at loast 'three of the sophs are so good they already are rated even with the lettered candidates at quarterback, 'fullback and 'ecn- '.er. Doyle Traylor,' ths fabulous little msser from Temple, is breathing down the neck of senior Bill Hooper, who has looked good in early drills. Roarin' Reuben Sa'ago packs such tremendous p.ower 'at the full- Jack slot that speedy letterman Wcldpn Holley is wondering whether he or thq rock'em-sock'em soph will open against University of Houston hare Sept. Ifj. And' at center. Bill Glass, v/ho carries 220 pounds on his rugged i-foot, 4-inch fraii'c, has made n setter football player out of Jimmy Taylor, who manned that spot 95 Jer cent of the 'liir.c for the 1953 ~iears. • • ' • Taylor is built along the same ines as Glass. Other highly promising sophomores include halfbacks'Dol Sliof- ner, speedster from-Center; Ronnie 3uess,'.a Traylor bnckfield mate n high school; Bobby Morris of Seymour; versatile Dick Baker of Birmingham, La., and Bobby Jones, a fine passer from Hearne. Guards Dan Miller of Port Heches,' Tex,;, Dugf.n Pcarce of El Paso an;l Willie Frpebcl of Bell •ille v Tex.; tackle Bill Parsley' of -onrox;';' ends Gcc.rgo's'tinson of Hamilton, Tex., and Tony D<; Grazer of Dallas arc sophomore ' linc- nen showing up well in the early all scrimmages. ' Baylor has "an • all-America can- didate'in the big, fast and pcwer- ul James Ray Smith and a pair of nifty pass-catching eiui's in Charley Smith and Jam-is Amyet. 'The Smith boys are- Baylor captains. , The Bears' top scorer for ' Hie past two'years is back. HJ'S L. G. Dupre, the colorful climax runner who hopes to make his senior season the best one. Allen Jones, shifted from fullback to halfback, and Hoper and Holly are other' backfield lettermen. : All told, there are 11 Bear lettermen, but the big news in the Baylor camp has been tha showing of the sophs. Saner is highly satisfied with the work accomplished thus far by his squad. Spirit is excellent, and there is every indication that some 25 or 30 players will be oaltle-teslcd in the early games. Last year, 15 players did most of thn playing until they ran out of steam in November. Fans across the country will see the Bears play Texas at Waco Nov. Hunting Accident Fatal to Men OSCEOLA UPl A prominent Mississippi County planter, Godfrey White, about 63, was shot to death in ivhat has been called a hunting' accident. White's shotgun apparently discharged and killed nun as he was attempting to drawl through a fence at his home near here, ac'- cording to S. W. Bowker, a funeral home operator. The victim's body was discovered Saturday by a son. The first free school in the New World was probably established irt Dorchester, Mass, in 163p, says the National Geographic Society. 6 in a nationally televised ftame. Advance ticket sales indicate thousands of others will nee the Bruins in person. Wqtch Repair Guaranteed Pre- Schpo( Special. Bring your watch in Keith's Jewelry For Complete Parts, and Service for Mew Holland Balers and Ford Tractors Phone or Write Fqllin Tractor Co. Magnolia, Ark. Pho. 882, 689 &' 1140-R but really wasn't. "As far as hitting after the bell (a Louis accusation)," said Rock. "Charles started it, not me. I think the picture's will show he got the last punch in, too." DISTRIBUTING <S0. Phone * 4 NASHVILLE, ARK, Bee-T-Mite Bettle and Termite Control Service Owned and Operated by Guy Grigg Hope, Arkansas Phone 7-3445 1Q9S. Main All Customers are Insure^ Fresh Coconut ' '" Prune Mince Meat PIES JOE'S CITY BAKERY 216 S. Main VINE RIPENED TQMATQfl 4 Ibs. 49c Purina Fed Cadge EGGS.... doz. 39c NEW CROP CANNING or EATING APPLES PLENTY BUTTER BEANS & SON 9QJ .West 3rd Street Pick-up qnd Delivery R^V|p the heat — have Phgne 7-2155 _ . ... . HOTEL BARLOW Welcorng To Our Air Cpnditioned COFFIiSHQP Hours ar?. ,, 6:30 q. m, to 2 p. m, 5:30 p. m. to 8 p. m, Qpen 7 dgys q week Comfortable room? for permanent guests, Rates con afford. Mftkg your home at th4 •tf&V* 4 OtAWMKI MIGHTY UNtlM T' B06t.CH GAMEFE By J, R, WMHtm OUT OUR WAY Answer to Previous ^ YDU A(2E NIC OW THE RIM OP THE GREAT J &030 PIT OP CAWYON PlABLO.' 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WASH; TUBES EA£>yi PROBABLY &:THE:LA,W WITH HIIVM Kl KWOCKfeD UKICOM5CIOU& .PAUL \ 26 Mrs. Osiris 27Weep r 30 Evades 32 Mock 34 Humped ;r beasts; 35 Revised 3$ Those in )., power-' fees in Boots" 40 "Little Bo- LIFE'S LONGEST MINUTE With Major Hoopte BOARDING HOUSE <pira^3/I?^£& WHAT A \Ml(JDFAt.L !\, 6IS1CE VOU GOT TH£-6OUT AMD> TH'5 CALL5 FOR A ESCAPED FROM TM/XT 30S ^, MAfWfAOTW- *• • , M A. 5P£ARINS: PAPER6 AND ^fcSLEBRATlOt 1 *"• 1N ^ T'TX. «*~A RO/HANi THERE'S A '«i,OO6:ReWA.RD FOR SOUPV 1M4 b« MEA SttviM Inc T M "'«• " S P»t, Oil |_ BOOTi AND HER BUDDIES 42 Wild hogs 45 Exert unduly "' ? Heights 51 Island (Frs) 'Si Century plant SnSnervates S6Dev,otees , 67 New (prefix), CARNIVAL By Dick Turner *UGS BUNNY I AIN'T, aOPTIMB T 1 GO FISHIN' AROUND IN By Herihberge FUNNY BUSINESS AIN'T SANITRARV " . J »**fLJB^»fclfc.—*~""«" ,» - A i-vT/ATl^ > 4 f 2« WHY 16 IT, WHEN ALLEY'S/ ['M NO! HAVING SUCH A TIME • '/MM- TUMINS) THE THOSE AWFUt- / TIME-MACHINE \B BARBARIC PEOPLE, ( PRACTgNdY OUT K£EP TUN!NfG'lM>s OF CONTROL.., imtmmm 'jMPJm "S6' help me, rye said -all there is" to say for Bloopies . ; .excep^hat they're ariti-Communjgt!'*' By Golbrpith Don't worry about your work at the office-^-wejbrought? V .' -• it along for you I" ; • r r PIE By Ndiine K^>^ r ^m:mw: PRISCILLA'S POP SHAME, PRISGIULAl .._... . . .^ _.ra EK5-HT TIMES ^ NINE IS... STORY PF MARTHA to tpank Wm, for 'Sfihult? s.aid a bad in Residence

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