Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 20, 1974 · Page 10
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 10

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 20, 1974
Page 10
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t'age ten SIDE GLANCES HOPE (ARK.) SfAft By GILL FOX "Good heavens! This stuff contains 'artifical NATURAL additives for health food users'!" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN AN IF HE POESW'T KMOCK HE'S AFRAID TH' BULL WILL CHEW HIM OUT LATER FEE 5OMETHIM' OW TH 1 DETAIL PEAW- IM' HAS THAT FOREMAM STUMPEP.' IF HE KUOCKS OM TH' DOOR HE'S AFRAIC? HE'LL <3ET CHEWEP OUT BY TH' BULL WHO'S IS) COWFER- AMP DOESM'T WAWT TO BE DISTURBED.' DLJC.TIOW.' IT'S A DILEMMA; DECISIOMS, DECISIONS.' OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE I'M WARNING VOL), JN4E HOOPLE, IMPERSONATION FOR PURPOSES OF 6MN OR EMPLOYMENT HKPPENS TO BE FR/XUP.' 6IVE ME PR. POWER'S PHONE NUMBER OR I'LL CALL THE " AM05, y<?U COULPNT BLUFF ^ PI6EC7N WITH A PASE0A.LL BKT! BUT FOR YOUR INFO, IF SOME GUY WALKS IN HERE VsllTH A SOFT TOUCH, JAKE HOOPLE AIN'T RUNNIN' A6EI6ER COUNTER OVER THE PICE.' // <A\)A»WNG IT ' PERFECTLY CLEAR- t Inc T"M_Hij US Pit I EEK & MEEK Soups Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Liquid often used in soup 5 Ilearly soup 9 Usually pureed soup 12 Biblical garden !3 Unfasten 14 Compass point 15 Unaspiraled 16 Koman ruler 17 Army officers (ahi 18 Kemain erect 20 Prepare for piihlicatinn 22 Kaslern state lab) 2,1 Master of l.iterarv Science<flb ' 24 Small fish 27 Letter 29 Organic compound 33 One discriminated against 35 Bear conslellation 36 Kip 37SoupscrvinR vessels 40 Kail flower 42 Anecdote collection 43 Observe 44 German article 46 Took food 48 Clear soup 50 Feminine name 511 Constellation 54 Amphibian 56 Soup dish 58 Varnish ingredient 59(iiris name 60 Native metals 61 Follower CARNIVAL 62 Wanl 63 nireclinn DOWN 1 Iloneyfpharm. 2 March date 3 Church fasting pt-rirxJ 4 MtxdouKh • 5 Small hales 6 Mariner's direction 7 To the matter at hand (Latin) 8 Often used in chicken soup 9 Animal skin 10 Superlative suffix ipl.) 1 ! Homan hrfinw? lit Feminine 21 FLASH GORDON .*. Tupy IN REACHING THEIR CENTURV, THEN OTHERS WILL USE, THE TIME-HOPPER/ Friday, September 20, 1974 By DAN BARRY 24 Greek letter 25 Membership fees 26.Slate <Fr.) 28 Maiden's name 30 Very (Fr.) 31 Slave 32 Demolish 34 Belief ,38 Not totaled 39 Evaluate 41 Heed 45 Glistened 47 Arm joint 48 Unruly child 49 Speed contest 51 Learning 52 Astounds 53 4th Islamic caliph 55 Chemistry suffix 57 Kind of boat (ab.) UNLESS WE STOP WOUL'P BE if FLASH sorrow MAN6LEP' ,.s> NOW/ THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM SOUR -30U5AAM PROMISE ALLEY OOP ByDAVEGRAUE By DICK TURNER 1974 by NEA. Inc.. T.M. Rtj. US. Pat. OH. WHY'D YOU \ BECAUSE YOU'RE /...AND IN 1794 THE PICK PENN- )<30INSTO NEED ( PHILADELPHIA AND SYLVANtA? j SOME KIND OF AI LANCASTER TURN- SURFACE TO RUN V PIKE WAS THAT THING ON, ALLEY... COMPLETED/ ,„ IT WAS 62 MILES LONG, MADE OF / W*«T, wn^. STONE AND / I SOT TH.' GRAVEL, AND,,, \. PICTURE/ ^ - GOOD-' I'LL TRY OKAY, OKAV!^ AND PUT YOU - TWO DOWN RIGHT ON .TOP OF IT/ J/7 CAPTAIN EASY f VOU IVOW'T MIWP IF I GO TO . THE WASHROOM r I TRU^Tf 1974 by NEA, Inc., T.M. Beg. U.S. Pal. OH| By CROOKS & LAWRENCE MT "Janie certainly has been quiet lately. Have you noticed?" There's a wacky switchboard in town where all you get from the operator is a dizzy signal. "Yeah, I've been docking her allowance every time she says 'y'know?'" BLONDIE HEVl WHV \S> THE TRAIW STOPPIWG? I BELIEVE IT'$ BECAUSE- THE LOCOMOTIVE PKIVEK. APPLlEP THE v By CHIC YOUNG A pedestrian is anyone with a teen-ager, a car and lives more than three blocks from the high school. Beneath the falling leaves you're apt to step on some kid's roller skate. YOU KEEP OUT * OF THIS/ 1-T-rf V? HOW CAN I WORK WITH ALL THIS COMMOTION! I WISH THEY'D QUIT USING MY OFFICE FOR A RACETRACK DOESN'T V ANY8COY By HOWIE SCHNEIDER WINTHROP Her, f-toto COME HALF A 5AAJDIAJICH. DID YOU HS^R THAT CRUNCH DES/AOND CLAIMS TO BE THE MEANEST KIP IN TOWN? 1974 Dy HEA. \w T M Btg U S Pal OH /CRUNCH DE6MOND IS A V RANK INTERLOPER/ ByDICKCAVALLt SOMEWHERE PEEP POWN INSIDE, THE OLD NASTY M<=NARF ©TILL. UIVES. FRANK AND ERNEST By BOB THAVES CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS J \ t\C<, . J •'•!' J" CHEC* THfi AUPIO-* SOUNDED OOOD LAST NIGHT BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL&STOFFEL LOOK,SyLVESTER, I'LL GIVE YA ONE o 1 MY PAINTIN'S IF YA'LL PLAY YER SQUEEZEBOX SOMEWHERE _ , ELSE' YA C'N SELL IT A>j' KEEP TH' MONEY/ JT'S SeAUTlFUlJ ) ( MV LECTURE IT'S BEAUT/FUL' y v RIGHT ON SLACK CHALK ByALVERMEER t KNIOWJ \ /^ OH? N, LIKE MY V ( S HE UNCLE / A WOOD- JOHN.' •Z'Z HE'S AN EAR/ NOSE AND THROAT ^SPECIALIST.' OUR PULP MILL MEANS WORK FOR MANY PEOPLE, ' PRISCILLA.

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