Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 7, 1974 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, October 7, 1974
Page 6
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Page Six SIDE GLANCES HOPE (ARK.) STAR By GILL FOX 0 1 f BT«==*^-"- -•• /^Z v? / ""•• f^/1 * JlrAj » £ !IM by NU. Inc. 1 U BtJ U5 fll On. |o-7 "I didn't get the raise, but he told me where I could buy some very nice soup bones!" OUT OUR WAY By NEC COCHRAN VOU WAMTED MB TO HOLD X &OOO.' I'VE BE6KJ PRACTICIW 1 .' TH 1 Ml RROR FOR THAT T.' ) THAT TOUGH ICIP POWM THE WHAT GOES OW ? THAT'S N STREET \Z> A PRETTV OOOP C OWE OF TH' WORST FACES J SCRAPPER-AM' I FIGURE j I've. EVER SEEWJ i—-t THE ONLY WAV I CAW GET TH 1 A BEST OF HIM IS BV MAKIN' ^ WORSE FACES AT HIM THROUGH TH 1 SCREEKl THAKJ HE CAKl OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE POC POWE(?5, BETTER KNOWN AS BETTER START PKCKIN, JAKE TWIS65 5/V/5 LEARN MORE IN5TITUTE OWN<5 ONLY A FANCV LETTERHEAP AN' 0ROHEN-POWM W.T PUPE FROM "THE START/ BUT >tJU KKOW YOU CAN'T TEACH HIM NO MORE TRICKS T^N A STONE . CHNRUE,WILL BE 6IVIN' HIS BACCALAUREATE APPRES5 UP THE RIYER.' AKE PLAYS IT COOL* 10-1 EEK & MEEK Influence Answer te Previous PutUi FLASH GORDON Monday, October 7. By DAN BARRY ACROSS 1 Strength 6 -— strings (influence) 10 Brazilian macaw 11 Musical instruments 13 Spanish province 14 Move around 16 Morsels 17 Home-school 18 Distant 19 Within (comb, form) 20 Worry 21 Postwar organization (ab.) 22 Two-edged sword 25 Attention 26 Containers 27 Analyze grammatically 28 Shoe items 31 In a short time 33 Scent 34 Amoretti 36 Good (Fr.) 37 Female horse 38 Spigot 41 Choose 42 Exist 43 Power to control 45 Smite 47 Sea fish 48 Painful spots 49 Having animate existence 50 Not so much 51 Diminutive endings CARNIVAL DOWN 1 European capital 2 Public speaker 3 Salary 4 Greek god of love 5 Operated 6 Doorkeeper 7 Wartime sea menace 8 Building site 9 More foliate 12 Intent looks 13 Presidential nickname 15 Wear away 17 Impelling force 20 Fish organ 23 Maple genus t>Jlm J Lir.ie.i _ tirii j I:H IR i WRITyou, ; g^Sip^HE IARTH ROMANS.- Jk WlTHTHEPII^EOPTHESUN..* rosin 24 Dance step 34 Affectionate 25 Upper —- gesture (controlling 35 Tried hard influence) 37 Produces 27 Hawaiian food 39 Land measures 28 Timber wolves40 Legume 29 Takes as one's 43 Hal material own 44 Leave out 30 Means of 46Choler restraint. 47 Sail yard 32 Open (poet) (Scot) tfiL 7W TO ou* CAESAR IF you ffftKE THE BORN LOSER ByARTSANSOM By DICK TURNER 1974 tty NEA. Inc., T.M. Rlj. U.S. Pit OH NUMBER,., I'M By DAVE GRAUE ALLET OOP YOU MEAN I PEN-SILL-VANE-"L'KE I10UD THIS ISNT S VUM? NO, MV XOU PENNSYLVANIA^ PRKND... CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE EV/BNIN0. YOU HAVE ALREADY NOTEP tM CONWECTlOW BY NAME T • DRACUL4 AW THE V ER-ACTLJALUV, LORP DRAKE YULE. WE CAME TO FINP OU5IN y PIRK PUYBP.1 Hl$ BOX ARRIVEP-- &UT HE l£ MOT HERE TO OCCUPY I UNT/J, HE TURNS UPI SHALL BE PEU0HTEP TO HAVE VOIJ 5TAV HERE AT VULB CATTLE " /vsy "I'm stay in' out here until Mom finds her patience!" The boss grumps that he doesn't begrudge us wasting time — it's the pencils, pens, typewriter ribbons and doodle pads we use up. It's very easy to take a light hearted view of problems — those of others. BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG Second-story men are fellows with two alibis. It's a sure thing — take a chance on the lottery and you'll blow a half-buck. HE HAS NO FAMILY AND THIS IS THE ONLY MAIL HE GETS BUT THAT NOTE IS TWO PAGES . . LONG IM WRITINIS A NOTE TO THE MAILMAKI By HOWIE SCHNEIDER WINTHROP ByDICKCAVALLI HEV, DOLL , CAA.I i PC v VtX>< A DRIMK^ I COJ'T HAVE MUCH TIME / nr" HAVE YOU SEEN WINTHROP TODAY, FOSTER^? NOT ALL OF HIM... JUSTTHETOP OF HIS HEAD. ® 1374 ty KEA. Inc. TU mg. US. PJ. Oil. ASTRONAUTS HAVE A VERV PECULIAR SENSE OF HUMOR. PlOt to-7 FRANK AND ERNEST ByBOBTHAVES CAMPUS CLAHER By LARRY LEWIS X THINK I'M GETTING TO AM AMTI-6&AVITY DtVICfc I FOR VOU, BIMO... ZIS MEMENTO OF, A\V HOMELAND j HBV, THANKS, KLAUSJ, IT'S A >?/////£ CASTLE AUTUENTICALLV REPRO£>UC££>... DOWN TO ZEE LAST DETAIL j BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL & STOFFEL PRISCILLA'S POP ByALVERMEER STOP IT..-C06<S»V '.-GASP./ THAT DUST IS SETTLING ON MY FOOD/ OKAY x SYLVESTER, KhJOCK IT OFF/ 3ZZZ. AZZZ. AN' V FATHER! WHATEVER I MATE 3 <3O FORMAL WHEN MY TIME BURY ME IN MY SPORTS SHIRT AMD WORK "——i PANTS.' iti t. KJA. IK. iH. mg us. m on.

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