Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 28, 1974 · Page 6
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Wednesday, August 28, 1974
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Page Six SIDE GLANCES HOPE (ARK.) stAtt By GILL FOX "Marcia takes the game pretty seriously. She can play a par-three hole in 25 words or less!" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN WHAT ARE VOU WVEAH- W kEVER MIKJD-- GO BACK TO SLEEP/ ROIM6 DOWKJ <W WHAT'S II TH' PO6 WAS HOLLERIW TO GO . THERE, 6EAM-Jk6O1W(3jA> OUT AW 1 WOKE WE--BUT HE < >»_ DAiii? —-rfrflMltr OKjTjfl)' CHAWGEP HIS MIWDWHEW HE \ SAW IT WAS RAIMIMG.' I DIDKTT COME DOWW HERE FOR W0THW; SO JUST FORGET IT UP THERE.' THIS IS A MATTER BETWEEKl TH'MUTT AW'ME! !L Kff GRAM PAW OUR BOARDING HOUSE B Y MAJOR HOOPLE BETTER \fAP/I WARN 5TART ON JOE5 WNER 16 STILL OPEN ANP HARPLV ANVONE'6 BEEN SICK SINCE HE CHANGEP HI* C00KIN' OIL AFTER THE 5000-MEAL CHECK-UP.' BREACH . CONTRACT.' PREPARE TO FACE THE PISHES, MAJOR-WE A6REEP TO WASH ' (5IA1ME A 6LA5i OF WATER— MEAL WOULP6A6 A VULTURE.' AFTER WE ATE ATTORNED AND WE DIDN'T EEK&MEEK Visiting Hours Answer to Previous Puiile ACROSS 1 Pay a visit 5 Visitors 11 Willow 13 City in Tuscany 14 English novelist 15 View 16 Thus (Scot.) 17 Benedictine title 19 English cathedral city 20 Hansoms 23 Went on horseback 26 Modern art trend 27 Burmese wood sprite 30 Bias 32 Parties 34 Red and black butterfly 36 Spanish name 37 American author 38 Greek love god 40 Roman love god 41 Assail (2 wds.) 43 Eat with spoon 45 Scottish river 46 Procured 49 Guest 52 Storehouse 54 Repeat 55 Specks of dust 56 Dead Sea hermit 57 Confined DOWN 1 Food Fish (pi.) 2 Away from the shore 3 of the party 4 Sign of zodiac CARNIVAL 5 I5r«*h 6 Swiss canton 7 Sea birds 8,Navigate 9 Birthplace of Aeneas i myth.) lOSaintlSp.)' 12 Advise i.Scol.) 13 Four words of invitation . 18 Strange 20 Chateaubriand hero 21 Former name of Tokyo 22 Billiard rcxl 23 Answer please (Fr.;ab.) 24 Medley 25 Cyprinoid fish 27 Bihlical town FLASH GORDON Wednesday, August 28, 1974 By DAN BARRY HE'S JUST SORE ENOUGH TO M<E IT BACK WITH THE 28 Singing voice 29 Russian aristocrat 31 Perennial § lant lavic man's name 35 Food leaving 39 Secret afienl 41 Coil 42 Town in Utah 43 Is seated 44 Customs 46 Fence opening 47 Frank 48 Examination 49 Contend 50 Yellowish brown 51 Suffix denoting origin 53 Highest place HOW yOU DOING WITH FLASH, VICKI ? THE BORN LOSER ByARTSANSOM STOP BOTHERIKV^A ^- I OUTHG BOOKS'./ ALLEY OOP ByDAVEGRAUE By DICK TURNER IS 1974 b« NEA. Inc. T.M Reg US. fll Oil SOMEPLACE WHERE NO ONE COULD * ON HIM,IU BET/ LURCH WAS LOOKING FOR A PRIVATE SPOT WHERE HE COULD TEST HIS NEW VEHICLE... WWY...YES, THAT'S rr EXACTLY; ANYWAY, HE HEARD THAT DOC COULP FIX HIM UP WITH OUST THE KIND OF PLACE HE WAS LOOKING FOR / OUR OLD FRIEND/ BARNABY WHO TOLD HIM THAT? CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LA WRENCH IP ytfU'RE- ©owe TO KEEP US HERE ALL NK5HT- AT LEAST YOU CAM'T OBJECT TO TO THE "Calm down, Conrad! When Junior said Parson's toy store was topless, he meant they didn't have any tops for sale!" ...WHO^E HEART, INPEEP, NOT LEAPT AT THE SltfHT OF "AN EXALTATION OF LARK^' -••-•••- IWTO THE AKJP OF ALL OUR FEATHBREP FPIENP5 IfJ TH/£ "SCePTEKEP ISLE" WHICH MORE BELOl'EP OF BIRPWATCHER5 THAW OIJR ENGLISH LARK...? Getting in bad with the boss is something that occurs the day you're hired. The most dangerous thing about plane travel is the drive to the airport. BLONDIE The best thing to do for a black eye is to avoid getting it. Hearing complaints is a lot different from listening to them. HAVE A NICE TIME AT DANCE, ALEXANDER THAT'S Atsl AWFULLY BIG GANG FOR JUSTONE CAR •--—- ^- -^ 'c'^fi'L ^ (in By CHIC YOUNG DJC^f \A/P ) _t_ THIS 'S NJOTf-pislG.' WE < STILL HAVE TO PICK UP ) -—' THE BAND /••——^ By HOWIE SCHNEIDER WINTHROP SHOULD BE FOR PRISOJ REFORM TODAV.' THE UJ/V THIWC.S HAVE GO/AJC LATEXY... ...THE SMART lOHQ LOCKS TO -cioc*-/ IU//YM HOUSe AND WATZ^H 'AAAJOR MUMBLES. » KICOIMS-/ PEOPLE? ARE STARVING ALL- OVER THE W2RLC>, AND YOU WANT TO WATCH "MAJOR ^8 ByDICKCAVALU TTHAVE THE STRANGEST ) V^^^ FRIENDS. / B-1& •SAVAU--I I FRANK AND ERNEST ByBOBTHAVES CAMPUS CUnER By LARRY LEWIS FALSE ALARMS _ \ ® 19;<oyNt» Lie '(I fl«j -ui Pil COULWe) NOTE ADDITIONAL CHARGES? IN CLASSROOM -$ 5<xtra per credit IN CLASSROOM -^'O**^ per credit WINDOWS IN CLASSROOM -$15extw per credit HEAT IN — ' COOLING IN ASH TRAYS IN e-ze BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL & STOFFEl PRISCILLA'SPO, / OUR. COMPLIMENTS TO THE I, CHEF/ WHY DONT YA / COME OUT T'TH; KITCHEN AN' C TELL HIM PERSONALLY? BEASTLY SNEAKY OF YOU, GUV'NOR,' I'M WAITING FOR 1 "ONE MAM'S FA'/llLV _TO COME OM 1 -— 'C- TOLD YOU OVER AND OVER . V 'A/OtJi D rvlfc V t" f • T"S NOT COMIN<5- ON.' ^ ^» NX \ .a \ \j ' ] ! > ' fiO V -- irl / • > 3" -/- -, H' -i--' f,< j^.\ L •^-o ,i \ x - \,.- ...'• |i ^.. 1 -. 3 iWiiA: J ^L '

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