Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 27, 1974 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 27, 1974
Page 6
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Page Six SIDE GLANCES HOPE (ARK.) STAK By GILL FOX Hodgepodge Answer to Previous Puzzle HASH GORDON Tuesday, August 27, 1974 By DAN BARRY "You've got to be kidding! There's no such thing as a 'Crabgrass is Beautiful' society!" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN WE'LL HAVE TO CATCHYoH.NO.' I WAS JUST } LIKEWISE.' I SOME FISH OR WE'RE \ LVIW HERE, COMTEWT/ WAS UOO«IM GOIKJC" TO RUkl OUT OF J AM' PEOWSV-UKE, ^ FOKWARP TO PB/3VIS.IOWS BEFORE 7 AM 1 HE HAD TO SHAT-) FISHIW', &UT WE <x> HOME: /—-7 TER MV FEELIM' ./ MOW THAT IT'S OF WELL-BEIKjy BECOME A 'MUST' WITH THAT.' y FOR SURVIVAL IT'S SOKJMA BEWOKK IU5TEAP OF PLAV/ ..,7^ [I 1 '?'.•_. . • .1, ^. U 1 *..-' I, ; ^ THE MOICE OF POOM ACROSS 1 Indian coin 5 Feminine appellation 12 Act in response 14 Surfeited 15 Hackneyed 16 Quicken 17 Distress signal IB Shapes 20 Pea case 21 Zoo primate 22 Goddess of the dawn 24 Texas shrine 27 Fiery 30 African republic 31 Ineffectual ,13 "Arabian Nights" youth 36 Friable soil 37 The East 38 Category 39 Burmese wood sprite 40 Brythonicsea god 41 Without surviving issue lab.) 44 Kent 46 F'ilfer 49 Three-pronged spear 51 Gardener's implement 53 Opposite of obverse 54 Roof edges 55 Scantier 56 Take a breather DOWN 1 Crafts 2 Roman emperor 3 River nymph CARNIVAL 4 Deed 5 Epochal 6 Temporary givers 7 Separate incident 8 Charitable gift (rarei 9 Kind of tide 10 Boy's name 11 Organ part 13 Time (music) 19 Whirlwind 21 Chemist's term 23 Vendor 24 Wine cup 25 Powdered baobab leaves 26 Winglike 27 Parent's sister 28 Gaesous element 29 Former Russian ruler 32 Holy Mother Church (ab.) 34 Tradesmen 35 Profoundly earnest 38 Honkers 40 Lone Scout (ab.) 41 Steamers (ab.) 42 Kind of school (slang) 43 Hindu deity 45 Biblical name 46 Rant 47 Poems 48 Finest 50 Neck (comb. form; var.) 52 Golfer's term I THE HUV\AM BOPV MUST /BECLOTHEP/ VOU / WILL BE FITTEP WITH \PECEN7 APPAREL JUST WHEN WE WERE FINALJ./, SETTING corf! WHAT IS THIS? COMPANY, VICKI/ WE'VE NOTHIMG OF W/S SIZE INSTOCK.'TSK*, TSK.. A SPECIAL ORPER. THE BORN LOSER ByARTSANSOM ALLEY OOP ByDAVEGRAUE By DICK TURNER OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE HERE IT 15,'BOVft TME MAJOR'S MV5TERy MEAL, A MARVEL FIT FOR TrtE PALATE OF THE MOST PI5CRIMINATIN6 60URMET.' you, VOU'VE NEVER TA^TEP ANVTMIN6 LIKE IT-' HOW COME TEMPLETON ISN'T PEGSIN' FOR ANVf © ,974 by NEA. Inc. T.M. Reg. U.S. Prt. (HI. WHAT'S HE WANT ) WELL, HE CLAIMS HE'S INYEN- DOC T'DO FOR ,/TED A REVOLUTIONARY NEW HIM, ANYWAY? 7VEHICLE THAT COULD EVENTUALLY REPLACE THE AUTOMOBILE/ -" N m* w \ :^ IP fa 8-2.7 "Ti74 by BU. Inc.. rlTfcc. U.S* fil. 0*. ^* u)>,,. ri WOW/ THAT'S \ YES IT IS... / SO WHAT'S \ HE NEEDS SOMETHING/J IF HIS IN- I HIS „ IA PLACE VENTION IS x . EVERYTHING )w ^/ IT.' HE SAYS/ CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE CAN'T HOLP HERE ALL 1$ RIDICULOUS, "I've stopped writing home for money!" A three-alarm fire is what one experiences by not turning on the clock three nights in a row. Getting a dog to learn to sit up is much easier than teaching him to shut up. 'I get better results with a personal appearance!" BLONOIE I SU66E5T yOU'P LOOK A RUPPV •SIGHT MORE RIPICULOU£ WITH Pi 44- MASNUM HOLE BETWEEN W/NP AHO WATER!... '...TO AN APT NAVAL. © .1974 by NEA. Inc.. T.U. Rig. U A pocket watch is what the frau keeps on the money you try to scrounge from the budget. IT'S CALL-EP ^! ''MOW TO AVOID ) CONJFUICT IM n MARRIAGE" < S I AMD IT REALLY WORKS, TOO BOUGHT ME By CHIC YOUNG \\'f WHENEVER WE HAVE M 1 > A RGMT I JUST HIT HIM ] ^-t WITH IT ^^_^~S, 0 EEK&MEEK By HOWIE SCHNEIDER WINTHROP ByDICKCAVALLI AJO, I MEAU DGPRESSED' DUCK HE COMMITTED SUICIDE ! FRANK AND ERNEST By BOB THAVES CAMPUS CLAHER HARD Fog Mi TO VISUALIZE HOWARD RUNNING , MAY6E, BUT NEVER SENATOR. 8-*7 1974 By NEA Inc I M ««J U S Pil OX By LARRY LEWIS ARE YOU UP FOR HOME ECONOMICS? HEY SHARK, VOU NO... HA, HA... SIGNING UP HOME ECONOMISTS 1 IN THE WRONK3 LINE; BUGS BUNNY By HEIMD AHL & STOFFEL PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER HOW'S THAT FER A „ RggFECT FIT, FUPDSY? THIS JACKET MADE PER YOU 3U^J WHAT HAPPENEDJO HANDS? I CAN SEE YA GOT A QUESTION... WHAT'S ON YER MIND ? WATCH ME SEMO JENNY LU UP THE WALL! PRISCILLA! YOU'RE QETTINCSr YOUR ^FIGURE-' HOW DARE YOU GET YOURS FIRST WHEN/ I'M THREE MONTHS OLDER? IM WEARING- MY BROTHER

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