Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 27, 1974 · Page 10
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fen SlDt OUNCES By GILL f OX "I wish you'd quit worrying about the fact that we have no pension plan, retirement pay or Social Security!" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN /ARE vou VVBAH-- T CLEAMIM"EW OFF JUST OR AIKJ'T U JUST A \ TO PUT 'EM BACK IM VOU GOWMA) SECOWP J MORE GREASE.' THOSE > GIVE ME i A LIFT ^ HERE? YEAH--WAITIM' FOR HELP FEOM EITHER OF 'EM WILL MAKEAUOLP /VAN OF VOL) BGFO)?E YOUR TIME.' s^k OM AW TAKIW' OFF GLOVES: OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE INCIDENTALLY, TH0USH I'UL BE OEKN HOOPLE TO THE STUPENT RENTEP SPACE FOR THE HOOPLE CAMPUS OF LEKRNMORE INSTITUTE! OUR FIRST WRITING COURSES WILL USE. VIPEOTAPES FROM ELMER KORPIAK AMP 0WE.R i BOPY I'LL, ,«r.. ^ STILL' BE 'T FAME CAN'T 5POIL A HOOPLE CELEBRITIES —PURELY AS SUPPLEMENTS TO /V\y OWN LECTURES, OF COURSE/ <0 !«;< by NEA. Inc.. TV Bio U S. Pll. Olt EEK&MEEK HOPE (ARK.) SfAR Alaska Answer to Previous Puiiie ACROSS 1 Alaskan river 6 Alaskan highway 11 Flower part 12 Town in Ontario 14 Biblical mountain 15 Keeps for sale 16 French name 17 Charge 18 Aware (slang) 19 Three-banded armadillo 22 Greek letter 24 British air group (ab.) 27 Unkempt one 29 Jason's ship (myth.) 32 Winglike parts 34 Donkey (comb, form) 35 Den 36 Medical suffix 37 Japanese outcast 38 Amorous look 39 Ibsen heroine 40 Beget 42 Certain railroads (coll.) 43 Tramp (coll.) 45 Biblical country 47 City in Oklahoma 49 Ever (poet.) 51 Impressed with reverence 55 Musical composition 57 Alaskan capital 59 Foot joints 60 Portuguese seaport 61 Stage remark 62 Anglo-Saxon slaves CARNIVAL DOWN 1 Time lnn« pasl 2 Monitor lizard 3 Asian country shoestring 5 Burmese wood .sprite 6 South African fox 7 Subsequently 8 Blood money 9 Alaskan city 10 Greek goddess of victory 11 Vehicle 13 Poisonous snake 17 "The State' 20 Postscript (ab.) 21 Medicinal plants 23 Nimbus 24 Precipitation FLASH GORDON Friday, September 11, 1974 By DAN BARRY ClU S T|E|R A|S T UITIE UEO3I3 HKI13 scan Eisra EHEI HBHHEI csaa tssmia tSQ AWFUL FEELING SOMETHING WENT WRONG... 25 Singing voice 47 King of Judah 26 Town in east (Bib.) central Alaska 48 Spanish 28 Slab of wood feminine title 30 Fish organ 50 Alleviate 31 Natural 52 Existed resources 53 Consumes food 33 Jacob's brother54 Group of two (Bib.) 56 Arab name 41 Daybreak 57 Masculine (comb, form) nickname t»L> LAINIX IN me , . T""™; — ,,, RIGHT PLACE, VICKI/ A AS WELL./ THE BORN LOSER ByARTSANSOM 44 Distributed 46 — • Lescaul 58 Times of success (coll.) ALLEY OOP ByDAVEGRAUE By DICK TURNER S) 1974 by NEA. Inc., T.M. B«j. U.S. Pal. (M. WELL, IF THIS \S A ROAD IT AIN'T LIKE ANY I , I WANT TO MAKE SURE DOC PUT US DOWN ON THAT TURNPIKE LIKE HE SAID HE WAS <3O- WAIT, ORVILLE.' DON'T START THIS THING YET/ EVER SAW BEFORE CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE .7 . \ .-? Mrs. Howard started me in the kitten business. How many do you want to buy, Mrs. Brady?" BLONDIE OH.PE-AR.-.I'M AFKAfP LOf?P VULE NEVER ARI£E5 BEFORE SEWTLEMHN- BUT YOU'RE WELCOME TO WAIT! WE CAW SEE THAT... WHAT WE'P BLAZED THAT'S STRANGE!.,.! YVOWPER WHY THAT CABBV SE-EMEP ANXIOUS TO eer FROM HPRE? Beyond the blue horizon lies the usual smog. It's very easy around some shops to get fired with enthusiasm. By CHIC YOUNG We know a sneaky bartender who saves on gin by serving king-size olives. Smile; As transparent as the cheese slice in a stadium sandwich. THAT'S RIDICULOUS.' EIGHTY CENTS A POUND FOR GOOD IDEA ITiLL GIVE YOU SOMETHING TO DO IM THE EVENINGS I'M GOIMS TO START CHURNING MY OWN BUTTER/ BEFORE VOU SLOP YOUR PIGS By HOWIE SCHNEIDER WINTHROP ByDICKCAVALLI (F THERE'S OWE J R£AUY CAMT-STAWD ITS A &W <OHO POeSUT HAVE AW WKATSTHAT HANOI NO IN THE WINCOW? 5EE THAT TOP WINDOW? THATfeAAY ROOv\. 1974 liy NEA, Inc.. T.M. Reg. U.S. Pil. OK. A "ROOM TO LET 1 SIGN. AND r HAP A DISAGREEMENT: FRANK AND ERNEST ByBOBTHAVES CAMPUS CUHER By LARRY LEWIS Frank & Ernie's Driving School TODAYS TMOHPUT, YOU TO TOW T(lUCIC. I'M fcfAPY FOR MY EXAM } YOU'VE ONLY IN UNVIRONMENTAL J STUPIBP FOR 10 MINUTESJ YEAHj LUCKILV PRQFiSSQK KATZ NOT ONLY J HAVE ONE OF LAST SEMESTgR'S EXAMS] ^ BUGS BUNNY ByHEIMDAHL&STOFFEl PRISCIUA'S POP ByALVERMEtR POOR LESTER!> HE GOT CREAMED; ~ ' THREE LINE-/ BACKERS! / vV .-•. ^ ^ * ^vv%. HE CHIPPED TWO \ TEETH, SPRAINED ) HIS ELBOW AND / DROPPED THE; ' BALL! LUCKY \ IT WAS \ ONLY A • i \ PRACTICE I

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