Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 16, 1974 · Page 7
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 7

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, August 16, 1974
Page 7
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hiday, August ifi, 1974 [SIDE GLANCES HOPfc (ARK.) By GILL FOX "Stop pouring as soon as the hostilities start!" [OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN ^PLIT AGAIN-- ^ '/ (BOKO HEAVEKJ5, YOU'RE GROW ' J I HsISIEVEN FASTER THAM VO_UR BROTHER DID WHEW HE WORE OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOPPLE EEK&MEEK STAR FLASH GORDON Page Seven By DAN BARRY Countries Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 African country 8 Mediterranean island 13 Wide streets 14 Bellowing 15 Fragrant plants 16 Aim 17 Frequent ending 18 Young trees 20 Presidential nickname 22 Eye-catching color 23 Food of Creek gods 27 Weather prediction 31 Approaches 32Candlenuttree 34 Finial ornament 35 Marino 36 Farm animal 38 Actress, Sophia 40 Fish sauce 42 British foothold in China (2 wds.) 44 "Just — told you" 46 Amalgama (ah.) 47 Make a beginning <2 was.) 51 Greek letter 54 Island in Pacific 55 Boat for two rowers 58 City in Ohio 59 Country in the Pyrenees 60 Defeats 61 Actor's replacement CARNIVAL DOWN 1 Female zebra 2 Baking compartment 3 Relax 4 Individual 5 lUiminant's mouthful 6 Desists 7 Greek mountain 8 Tree 9 Araeeotis plants 10 Meal cut 11 Pungent flavor 12 Branches of learning 19 Baby carriage (coif.) 20 Timetable abbreviation 21 Nonsense 23 Handle 24 Repast 25 Noxious substance 26 Shakespearean villain 28 Roman emperor 29 Frank 30 Organ of night 33 Seaweed 37 "Buckeye Slate" 39 Volga tributary 41 Vegetable 43 Swimming 45 Dazes 47 Brow of hill (Scot.) 48 Accept 49 Emanation 50 Poisonous tree of Java 51 Fuel wood measure 52 Spy, Mflta *— 53 Asian country 56 Cretan mountain 57 Masculine nickname ANYWHERE... WHERE 1 CAN AVOID THE SBCURITX POLICE/ AW/BE... SOMEHOW v BEFORE I CAN RETURN THIS ' SECURITY POLICE TO EGON Q309/ YOU ARE IM OUR CUSTODY/ THE BORN LOSER ByARTSANSOM ALLEY OOP Bv DAVE GRAll* By DICK TURNER B I97« by NEA. Inc.. T.M. R«». U.S. Pal. OK THOSE TWO JOKERS COULDN'T ) THERE'S SOMETHIN' HAVE BEEN PLAYING GOLF/ / MIGHTY FUNNY GOIN' THERE ISN'T A COURSE -A ON . -.. I'M GOIN' ANYWHERE NEAR HERE/jg BACK ANP, CHECK ON E'v " " • " '' '•' m > •#*^ - •• CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS &lAWREr4€i HOWS Y0UP. FATHER? KESTIM6, POOR HE MU&T COW5EKVE STRENGTH TILU THE MINE DEAL ,50 we CAM AFF0RP PROPEP2- I JU'ST PRAY ALGERNON SHAp DOE^W'T CAUSE UE0AL TRC7UBLE! . THERE- I MUSTN'T BURPEN VOU WITH AAV PROBLEMS! / WASH AWP r HAVE DECIPEP WE'LL POSE AS THOSE MINIM'-" 1 J— TO HELP VOU 6TALL OFF "How can you be so heartless? All day he slaved making -a booby-trap for when you come home ... and you avoid it! SHORTS First Forecaster The first systematic weather reports in the United States are attributed to the Reverend John Cam- panius Holm, chaplain of a settlement near present-day Wilmington, Delaware, who began making regular observations only 24 years after the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620. BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG THIS BOOK SAYS THAT MANY MOTHS ARE DESTRUCTIVE TO SHRUBBERY ONE OF THE WORST IS THE GYPSY MOTH V I WONDER HOW YOU TELL A GYPSY MOTH FROM ANY OTHER MOTH? MAYBE THEY WEAR A BANDANA AROUND THEIR HEAD y By HOWIE SCHNEIDER WINTHROP ByDICKCAVALi <£J IS?* L/ NH I(K I M heg HAPPINESS 16 A FOOTBAUL. FULL OF SAND 8-/b FRANK AND ERNEST ByBOBTHAVES CAMPUS CLATTER By LAERV IB iT'S THAT *' THt A At«. THfc AMP '*T/\-.. r.^^vrry:; BUGS BUNNY ByHEIMDAHL&STOFFEL a-ib WE WON, DIDN'T WE? LOOK AT ALL THE FREE PUBLICITY.' VES, BUT A LIAR'S CONTEST DO VOU THINK THAT WAS A 500 D IDEA INDEED I R£SI BLOOMER DEAN, DID YOU ENTER OUR COLLEGE CATALOGUE IN THIS CONTEST? PRISCIUA'SPOP COUNTING HOLUrHOCK? YOU MADE

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