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X-^TaoOFWG CO. PHONE 2-8807
our home with Barrett Evcr
protect y" Ali work guaranteed. 3
»jr* pa>_-_-__
AND PAINTING.
noOT hT. guaranteed. Concrete Water
' oat .'"‘ company. Phone J-2870.
'^'^eeds. Plants, Bulbs
\dd'00''-' _____
_- SPRAY MATERIALS
ctfA s- ‘ !or farm—garden—lawn.
/. d ' Co Dial 6863.
jg for every need—
, of lead, Rotenone dust, eul
M-e: a:T-k ieaf «. Etc. Also aprayera
fX pu",ers. T W Woods & Sona.
1"COMPOST SUITABLE
rCH shrubbery and gardens.
« 110 delivered. Dial 6083.
., Work, Wanted
—STTvCElTcOOK WITH HEALTH
jj ..ears experience cook
clhhT ' ^yjeiieeping, desires job in
ini aP,c s’ Tenth street.
^Transportation, Storage
-5 J HYDRICK
. r.ihoun Drive. Maffitt Village
" Moving—General Haulln*.
_ Call -
Dial 2-3322
Maffitt Soda Shop
^rrrTTvE you money on your
X . . 0r hauling. Low rates.
Transfer. Dial 2-2714,_
jTlCIWanted
MODEL 1^2 TON
'ih1-',-“ ',rucK or station wagon. No
P phone 9941.
XwOOV~ LOADED ON CARS OR
„i? Call Jack Garst and Sons.
|ftS86. ___
■^TTnCHEN OIL COOK STOVES
1 5 burner Lewis Furniture com
‘ “ 601 North 4th street
^Wantedfto Buy, Rent
''fTipDULL HOUSE OR. TWO.
"f;;,nnm apartment. Veteran and per
y-eit utility employee. Dial 4411.
0 j McDonald._
r^STTO-RENT—10 OR 12 ROOM
’*'.jse. unfurnished; close In. "NK'\
“in' Star-News.
'-T^TtT BATTERY CHARGER,
siiiaU electric drink box. Call 2-1325.
lit® 7:30 a m. to 7 :30 p.m.
riSDTO RENT, AUGUST 1. HOUSE
''.h .jiree or four bedrooms. Any
location Not over $40 or *50 P. O.
Boy 951" Wilmington, N. C.
WANTED TO LEASE PARCEL OF
ia»c 100x150 on railroad siding, within
thy limits or just outside. Dial 5707 or
till. _
mTED~^ SEVERAL COPIES
TUESDAY. JULY 2, MORNING
STAR. BRING TO CIRCULA
TION DEPT.
(ANTED TO BUY—HOUSE IN GOOD
residential section. 6 rooms, brick
veneer, large lot. Occupancy by Sept.
Write, giving details and price to
"JMJ,” care of this paper.
80.—Legal._
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED
WHEREAS, the lands 2nd premises
hereinafter described belong to the City
o{ Wiimmgton and were conveyed tc
laid City by deed dated February 24,
1933, and registered in Book 268, Fage
531, New Hanover county records, and
hereby referred to; and
WHEREAS, thereafter said lands and
premises were duly leased by instru
ment in writing to Industrial Properties
Incorporated, for a period of ninety
nine (99i years under the terms and
provisions of said lease which is duly
registered in the office of the Register
cf Deeds of New Hanover county and
hereby referred to; and
WHEREAS, the Council of the City of
Wilmington, in regular meeting as
K.r.b.eri, on June 19, 1946, determined
to advertise and sell said lands ana
premises to the highest bidder, as here
inafter provided, and sell the same sub
ject to the terms and provisions of said
lease .ar.d said Council duly adopted a
resolution accordingly and authorized the
sale of said premises as will more fully
appear by leference to said resolution.
NOW, THEREFORE, pursuant to the
terms of the resolution aforesaid and
■n accordance with the provisions and
requirements of Article VI. of Chaptei
HO, General Statutes of North Carolina,
'■■"‘e City of Wilmington will offer ioi
S2-e and sell a: public auction, for cash,
tc the Highest bidder at the Courthouse
a :: m New Hanover county, at twelve
3-lock, noon, on Monday, July 29, 1946.
--bject to the terms and provisions of
tne lease aforesaid, all of that lot, tract
°r parcel of land situate in said City
Sri more particularly defined and de
K£beu as follows, to-wit:
BE "INNING at the intersection ol the
Nnr-hern _line of Kidder street with the
f£itern line of 13th street and running
•;ence Esstwardly along said line ol
Header street 330 feet to the western
•ne 01 !4th street; thence Northwardly
a‘°“8 said line of 14th street 296 leet
1? •r‘e Southern line of Marstellar street;
nence Westwardly along said line of
-.srstellar street 320 feet to the Eastern
_',"e °* !3th street; thence soutmvardly
5Jnf Jaid eastern line of 13th street
J; :,eel to the Northern line of Kidder
the beginning, the same being a.l
• Block 548 according to the official
n..°* the City of Wilmington, North
and being the same land con
' * t° A. M. Baldwin by deeds duly
; - bed in the records of New Hanover
62 = y n Book 49 at PaSe 532 and Book
wTal p3ge 622.
ri-e City of Wilmington reserves the
'■qV,° f€ject any and all bids.
‘ed this 26th day of June, 1946.
CITY OF WILMINGTON,
-- By W, Ronald Lane, Mayor.
EXECUTOR’S NOTICE
^ Having qualified as Executor of the
Hap * of Joiln s* Divine, late of New
Is 'I *er County, North Carolina, this
igaU.n°,ufy 5li having claims
tx- hit }u Estate of said deceased tc
c 1 'em lo the undersigned at Peo
^ilmingtn!5S ..Bank & Trust Company,
dav riigT0n’ ‘N. C » on or before the 9th
plead-une’ 1847, or this wotica will be
Sons , “ bar of their recovery. All per
malip ; ebted to said Estate will please
Th s ?tKediate W^nt.
Pernih oay of June» 1946.
Pes S'vings Bank & Trust Co.
Executor* of
-— Estate of John S. Divine.
Havmo , TRIX*8 NOTICE
Estate nf S.’;J,allfied as Executrix of the
Hanover1/-'' P' Toomer, late of New
is t0 notif unJy* North Carolina, this
against a,i Persons naving claims
to the e'1ate to present the same
fore Tpn bcrsigned Executrix on or be
be pjear,e. :s’ 1947< or this notice will
Person*; e°JnL bar of their recovery. All
Please rr^Idebted to Sala estate will
\tt!c imrnediate settlement.
Evir. JULIA WILLENA BERRY,
Estate of W. P. Toomer.
Havjn„EXECLTRIX’s NOTICE
DtaiC % '•JfUIied as Executrix of the
■Clover V ' P Smith. late of New
y notifv_°Unty’ Nor*-h Carolina, this is
■aicst hi. al‘ Persons having claims
fit -»tate to present the same to
JUne !?ned Executrix on or before
Pleaded in v ’ or this notice will be
s°is inrtls.. ar of their recovery. All per
»ake in,1 jd ,0 “id estate will please
JO«t?v’a,e settlement.
b£pHlNE SMITH GRIMSLEY,
313 North Fifth Avenue,
Wilmington, N. C.
Executrix Estate
*—_W, P. Smith, Deceased.
Canadian strike
Hampton, ont., July 12—oj.r)—
san .P 'Jr-ited Steelworkers Fri
rariCa!'ed a S«neral strike in Ca.
1. lan st«el plants to start next
ondav or earlia*
1 *
SEAMEN THREATEN
TO STOP SHIPPING
AFL Maritime Workers
Begin Picketing CIO
Manned Boats
NEIW YORK, July 12.—(U.R)—AFL
Maritime workers threatened Fri.
■ a^iJ° CIO-manned ships
in New York, Boston and Balti
more in retaliation for the refusal
CI° longshoremen tc load the
Mello Franco, an AFL-manned
vessel at Coos Bay, Ore.
“No ship with a CIO man
aboard will move or work,” said
Paul Hall, port agent for the Sea
farers Maritime Union AFL.
Mass picketing of some piers
began Wednesday in New York
and plans were made to extend
operations in the harbor here Fri
day and to begin picketing CIO
ships in Baltimore and Boston.
Shipping officials were fearful
that the inter - union strife might
paralyze the American shipping
industry if it was allowed to con
tinue. With AFL men blocking the
movement of CIO- manned ships,
and vice versa, all three coasts
might be tied up shortly, officials
said.
Nine ships were held up in New
York Wednesday where picketing
was confined to piers in Clifton
and Staten island. But the union
expected to extend it to piers in
the North river today.
SENATOR TO SUE
FOR HIS SAURY
Holder Of Union Card Hav
ing Trouble Collecting
Under Law
WASHINGTON, July 12.- (U.R) —
Sen. Glen H. Taylor, D., Ida.,
threatened Friday to go to court
if necessary to get his senatorial
salary without surrendering his
cherished union card.
The one-time factory hand and
hill-billy crooner complained to his
senate colleagues that ne apnar
entlv can’t collect his pay of VO,
000 a year under the terms they
have imposed.
The trouble. Taylor said, is an
appropriation bill rider requiring
everyone on the government pay
roll to sign an affidavit that he
does not belong to an organization
which assert- the right to strike
against the government.
The rider was aimed at the new.
ly-organized United Public Work
ers of America (CIO). Bui Taylor
said he can’t s'gp such an affi
davit because he holds member
ship in the Sheet Metal Workers
International association. It is as
sociated with building trades j
unions which often have struct !
against private contractors on
government projects.
Bailey Improving
WASHINGTON. July 12— OP) —
Senator Bailey, North Carolina
Democrat, who suffered an ab
dominal attack at the capitol, sev
I eral months ago. is expected to
go to his Raleigh home before
the end of the month.
His condition is “sati -factory and
just about the same” as it has
beer since the left Doctors hos
pital after a stay of several weeks.
Miss Eloise Porter, secretary of
the Senate Commerce committee
which Bailey heads, reported.
BROTHERS DUEL
TERRE HAUTE, Ind., July 12.
—(JP)—Two brothers, who armed
themselves with shotguns to settle
a quarrel, shot at each other about
a dozen times in a tree-to-tree
duel in a woods near their home
early Friday until one of them was
wounded fatally, Deputy Sheriff
Hugh Christman said he was told.
ROBBED
CHARLOTTE, July 12 — (JP) -
Forrest Long, 24, reported to Char
lotte police Friday that he nad
been driven at gunpoint in his own
automobile to the vicinity of Fort
Mill, stripped of his clothing, and
robbed of his watch and car by
two armed men.
Child Evangelist
The Rev. La Deane Mur
dock, 9 years old, above, child
evangelist of Los Angeles,
Calif., will conduct a one-day
revival at the Church of God,
Fourth and Marsteller streets,
next Sunday, at three o’clock
Sunday afternoon, and again
at 7:30 Sunday night.
DAILY CROSS WORD ■DBtioeEE™
ACROSS DOWN 19. A foolish
1. Refuse of witty
grapes saying 20. Woody -
5. Fellow 2. Discon- perennial*
n Oreek certed 22. Loose
coTn 3. Play bois- hanging
10. Wanderinf terously P®*»t
workman <• Lucid 24. Method
11. Domesti. 5. Deeper 27. Ornaments
cat« part worn m
12. Among of a river the lip
n MMsnrpd 6. One’s 29. Trifles Yesterday’s Answer
hv the dwelling 32. Extinct bird
7. Dwell (New Zea.) 41. Serf.
,r. Fxrression 8. Seed vessel 35. Relating to 42. Topaz hum
S 14. Short sleep the throat mingbird
17 Moved 15. Journal 37. Of the 44. Southwest
swiftly 16. Musical birds by south
18. Newt drama 40. A snug spot (abbr.)
21. Mimicked
23. A church
seat
25. Gold
(Heraldry)
26. A foot lever
28. Cuplike
spoon
30. Erbium
(sym.)
31. Herd of
whales
33. University
(Conn.)
34. Tatter
36. Crushing
snake
38. River (Fr.)
39. To disen
tangle
42. Toward
the lee
43. Egyptian
goddess
45. Immense
46. Afresh
47. Crafts
*8. Headland
CRYPTO QUOTE—A cryptogram quotation
QOUZ KU-IQ NIA QBPA QOU LUE
QBI, NIA QOU LUEQBI QBPPUA QOU
GUPP-OBBA.
Yesterday’s Cryptcquote: OUT OF THE LIVES YE CAST
AWAY THE COMING RACE IS BORN—HOUSMAN.
Distributed by King Features Syndicate. Inc.
Radio Programs
WMFD Wilmington—1400 KC
SATURDAY, JULY 13
7:00 AM—News With Martin Agronsky.
7:15—Musical Clock
7 :55— UP News
8:00—Wake Up and Smile.
9:00—Buddy Weed and Trio.
9:15—The Brown Dots.
9:30—Teen Town.
10:00—String Ensemble.
10:15—Bible Messages.
10:30—Johnny Thompson—Song Salesman.
10:45—Notes From a Diary.
11:00—Teen Age Merry Go Round.
11:30—Morning Request Program.
12:30 PM—Johnny Olsen’s Rumpus room.
1:00—Chicago Serenade.
1:25—Round the Town Reporter.
1 ;30—Hill Toppers.
1:45—Melodies to Remember.
2:00—Piano Playhouse.
2:30—Round Up Time.
3:00—Duke Ellington and Orchestra.
5:00—Concert Time.
5:00—News.
5:05—It’s Good News.
5:15—Evening Request Program.
6:00—Church of Jesus Christ.
6:15—WMFD Sports Review.
6 :20—Musical Interlude.
6:25—Round the Town Reporter.
6:30—Your Richfield Reporter.
6:45—The Barry Wood Show.
7 :00—Veteran Administration.
7:1.5—David Rose Orchestra.
7:30—Famous Jury Trials.
8:00—Ganpi'usters.
8 :30—Boston Pops.
9:30—Hayloft Hoedown.
10:00—News of Tomorrow.
10:15—George Hicks Presents.
10:30—Terrace Room Orchestra.
WJNC
SATURDAY, JULY 18
6 :28— Sign On
6:30—Western Jamboree—TN
6:45—Musical Clock
7:00—Morning Headlines — Wilmington
Morning Star
7:45—News Roundup—TN
8:00—Organ Interlude
8:10—Under the Capitol Dome
8:15—Front Page News
8:30—Musical Clock
8:45—Sally Ann Time
8:55—UP Commentary
9:00—UP News
9:05—Spotlight on Rhythm
9:15—Treasury Salute
9:30—In The Woman’s World
9 :45—Melodic Moods
10:00—Carolina News
10:05—Glee Club Serenade
10:15—You and Infantile Paralysis
10:30—Your Hit Parade
10 :45—Broadway Bandwagon
11:00—Fun and Music
11:30—County Farm Agent
11:45—The World today
12:00—Checkerboard Jamboree—MBS
1:00—UP News
1 ;05—Chickasola Jam Session
1:30—Palmer House Serenade—MBS
2:00—Man on the Street
2:15—George Sterney’s Orchestra—MBS
2 :30—Dixie Ramblers
3 :00—UP News
3:05—Program of Colored News
3:15—Herbie Field’s Orchestra—MBS
3:45—Opportunity, U. S. A.—MBS
4J30—Tar Heel Troubadors
4^30—George Towne’s Orchestra—MBS
5:00—Paul Schubert Reports—MBS
5:15—Lorenzo Fuller Sings—MBS
5:30—Columbia Record Shop .
6:00—Hawaii Calls
6:15—Voice of the Army
6:30—Twilight Serenade
6:45—Sizing Up Sports
7:00—News Roundup
7:15—Teletune Frolics
7:30—Yesterday’s Hit Parade
7 :45—Village Parson
8:00—Leave it to the Girls—MBS
8:30—Jonathan Trimble, Esq.—MBS
9:00—Chicago Theatre of the Air—MBS
10:00—Korn’s A Kracking—MBS
10:55—WJNC Reports the News
11:00—Ted Streater’s Orchestra—MBS
ll:30—Sherman Hayes Orchestra—MBS
11:55—Mutual Reports the News—MBS
12:00—Sign Off
OVER THiTnFTWORKS
SATURDAY, JULY 13
Changes in programs as listed are due
to corrections by networks made
too late to incorporate.
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS NOTE—All
times PM eastern standard.
To change to eastern daylight, add
one hour; central daylight same as
eastern standard.
On the other hand, for central j
standard subtract one hour; for
mountain standard subtract two
hours.
Times listed are those supplied by
networks. Relay times by local sta
tions may vary in some instances.
1:36—The Baxter Family Drama—NBC
Orchestra from the Bandstand—CBS
Hill Toppers from Fort Wayne—ABC
Chicago Concert Orches.—MBS-basic
K'pt of The Opry House—MBS-west
1:45—Colorado Nature Sketches—NBC
Melodies to Remember. Chorus—ABC
2:00—Sat. Showcase in Variety — NBC
Assignment Home, Drama Ser.—CBS
Piano Playhouse from a Trio—ABC
Dance Band Hour in Afternoon—MBS
2:30—Laugh and Get Acquainted—NBC
Talks Time, a Guest Speaker—CBS
Roundup Time from Hollywood—ABC
2:45—Cross Sec. NAM, D. Cooke—CBS
3:00—To Be Announced (3*0 Min.)—NBC
Racing; To Be Announced — CBS
Dancing with Duke Ellington — ABC
Horse Racing; Dancing Music — MBS
3:30—Schools Are Yours, Drama—NBC
The Chicagoans Music Time-CBS
3:45—Nelson Olmsted in a Story—NBC
Opportunity U. S. A., Interviews—MBS
4:00—No Happy Ending, Safety—NBC
Dance Matinee Lasts One Hour—CBS
Concert Time for a Saturday—ABC
The Parade of Sports Guests—MBS
4:30—Tomlinson with Comment—NBC
Concert Revue from Orchestra—MBS
4:45—Tin Pan Alley of Air—NBC-basic
5:00—Racing; Rhapsody Rockies—ABC
News Broadcast for 15 Mins.—CBS
News & Comment for 15 Mins.—ABC
Paul Schubert with comment — MBS
5:15—American Portrait, Drama—CBS
Jimmy Blair and Show of Song—ABC
Radio Songs of Lorenzo Fuller-MBS
5:30—Quartet by Mariners — NBC-east
Repeat for Tin Pan Alley—NBC-west
Harry Wismer’s Sports Report — ABC
Dance Music Orch. for 30 Mins.—MBS
5:4o—The Art Of Living, Talks—NBC
World New? and Commentary — CBS
Labor, U.S.A. & Guest Speaker—ABC
6:00—Our Foreign Policy Talks—NBC
To Be Announced (30 mins.) — CBS
It’s Your Business, Discussion — ABC
Hawaii Calls Native Musicians — MBS
6:15—Broadcast from Overseas — ABC
6:30—To Be Announced (30 M.) — NBC
Tony Martin Show with Orch.—CBS
The Green Hornet, a Mystery — ABC
Arthur Hale in Comment—MBS-east
p:45—I Was a Convict, Feature — MBS
S.-00—To Be Announced (30 Min.)_NBC
Hollywood Star Time of Drama—CBS ;
Dark Venture, Dramatic Series — ABC
Twenty Questions for Quizzers—MBS
7:30—To Be Announced (30 min.)— NBC !
To Be Announced (30 Mins)—CBS 1
Famous Jury Trials. Dramatic—ABC
Juvenile Jury, a Youth Forum — MBS
7 :55—Five Minutes News Period _ CBS
8:00—National Barn Dance Show—NBC!
Saturday Hit Parade Orchestra — CBS j
Gangbusters Anti-Crime Play — 4.BC !
Leave It To Girls, a Roundtable—MBS
8:30—Can You Top This, Gags — NBC
The Berkshire Music Festival — ABC
Jonathan Trimble, Esq. Drama — MBS
8:45—Saturday Night’s Serenade — CBS
9:00—Melodies Out of Minstrels — NBC
Chicago’s Theater of the Air — MBS
9:15—To Be Announced (30 Min.)— CBS
9:30—Grand Old Opry via Radio — NBC
Hayloft Hoedown, Barn Dance — ABC
9:45—Talks Time, Guest Speaker — CBS
10:00—Variety and News to l a.m. _ NBC
News, 3 Hours, Dancing—CBS — ABC
Korn’s Krackin’ Hillbilly Show—MBS
11:00—Hour of Dancing & News—MBS
TODAY’S VETERAN
Tile veteran seeking a local job
today is married, 24 years of age
and studied two years in high
school.
He has recently been released
from the U. S. Army after six
years service during which time he
drove jeeps and light and heavy
trucks.
Prior to his entry in the Army,
he had six months experience as a
pipe fitter helper.
He wants a job as a pipe fitter
or plumber’s helper, and local em
ployers with jobs of this type have
been asked to contact Graham K.
Cottingham, veterans representa
tive, U. S Employment Service.
STRIKE CALLED OFF
SAN JUAN, P. R., July 12.—(U.R)
—A threatened strike of employes
of the government-owned electric
company, scheduled for noon Fri
day, was called off when the com
pany agreed to a 10 per cent pay
increase. Meanwhile, a strike of
bakers which has left this city of
300,000 almost without bread since
May 7 appeared at the point of
settlement today.
BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES TURNING THINGS AROUND
Pft.ttS ft BOV! OH, ft} THEM I'M ft 1
Pft OUR UTY\.E /"rapi 9vlr\
BOV fcODMEV \B V»KI-*l\iD”
fi FHTHER! __J ffVTHtR*
JSSSSW^Lf V.PPPEtE.-K,
1 GULSS I MUST .
Bt RN ftUNT NOVO 1
BUT I OONT —. _
&?K, Y“VSS^
WONOtK.,,
MAYBE
SOME
CHANGES
CRN ,
be r/
MAOEi h
I 1 W0Kl'T HAVE SOSA, HES> tiny 1 1 DON'T KNOW
1 IftAT ROGGEES I WONDER \E ABOUT THE
gUR &epROOfA 1 BABY HOWUNb HE'EE EVER FUTURE, BUT
uaM°1S Ht f ANV HE'S MAOEA
HAEE . .-1 WINDOW ALE CHANGES IN MARVELOUS
mjpr-1 SUMMER ; ^ THE WORLD’ START \ g.
T. m""rEG. U. S. P^OFT^ J
WASH TUBBS MUST YOU LEAVE SO SOON?
rpOC KAY ISN’T /if WY FRIENDS COULD
IN HIS OFFICE/ ( SEE WE THEY'D THINK
BUT TH‘ GIRL SAID v I‘P LOST WY WIND! ^
WE COULD PASS
THRU- LEWAE BOOST
YOU, AN'HAND UP
TH’ GOAT...THEN
I'LL FOLLER!
GASOLINE ALLEY n THE GO-GETTER
fl-H ^ CO AHEAD AND I'LL TALK TO JESSICA. 1 T IT WOULD BE SWELL, T IVE COT A HUNCH.
k[ WILMER HOW WOULD >OU| WE'RE IN NO V- PLAN ON IT. WE'D BUT SHE ALWAYS LEAVES WILMER. BUT WE JESSICA. TU; SEE
ft AND JESSICA LIRE TO HURRY SKEEZIX - JUST' ^ SOON 1H0SE THINCS UP T0 ME- HAVEN'T A CAR. WE IF I CAN GET UNCLE
| START YOUR VACATION BUT THAT HAVE OURS LATER ^COULDN’T GO VERY FAR
:iljHE END OF NEXT WEEK? WOULD BE OKAY.
' 1 r—jcr I, ^__ lV— . '
PR BORBS— ” by ELLIOTT and McARDLE
v' N M'ARd/K-. ....
I KNOW THAT MANY MEDICAL MEN
HAVE TOLD ME CONNIE'S CASE IS .
HOPELESS...BUT I FEEL THAT <
WE MUST LEAVE NO STONE
UNTURNED... DR BCBBS,
VOU HAVE the REPUTATION
OF BEING SOMETHING
A MEDICAL
MIRACLE
|MAN/ ■
OH, UNCLE ANDREW-]
IT'S NO USE-I KNOW1
I'LL NEVER WALK AGAIN!
Yd be unkind to give you! no., no.they cant
ANY HOPE FOP A CURE — M MAKE HER BETTER...THEY
STILL...I'D LIKE X HAVE A- MUSTN’T MAKE HER WALK..
CHANCE TO STUDY YOUR CASE HHgnnn*
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fWELL WE MADE A VERY SPECIAlYSIXTEEN DOLLARS?)- ISNT THAT A ^ ° ™°SE B°OKS -
RATE OF COURSE. TO OUR BRAVE WAIT- I'LL SET ) I BEAUTIFUL BOOK? MIND IE• . WAT
I men IN THE SERVICE-IT WAS TO j THE MONEY- f 1^ IT A SECOND t
HAVE BEEN SIXTEEN DOLLARS K,——
[when I DELIVEREDJJ^ J - 0kaT»
OUT OUR WAY By J R. WILLIAMS
/ X, TOO, HAVE BEEN \ ( I KNOW MOST WELL, VOU '
' A MURDERER/ I, TOO, \ ) OF 'EM ARE A IK NOW THEY’VE
HAVE LEAPED FOR A BOOK) TO MAN GOT A LOT O'
WEAPON TO DEFEND \ AN’ EAT BUGS TAIL, BUT IT'S
V MYSELF AGAINST THESE AN' VERMIN- ONLY A J
/ MAN-EATERS, BUT ) BUT I STILL RATTLER <
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