Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 11, 1974 · Page 8
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 11, 1974
Page 8
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fciftht •%-r?.-' , . . SIDE GLANCES By GILL POX IO~il O IIM bj n*. int; T Mnn u s. nt. <*. "What time do you want to start snarling tomorrow?" OUT OUR WAY By NEC COCHRAN JUbT WAIT TILL 1 GET MV HANDS ON YI THIMK THERE'S , HIM--IVE TOLD HIMTO SHUT DOORS//A f ^LLAR WlWr 7 1 I'LL SHOO THESE OUT--yOU RUM UP- ^DOWOPEM-WEP STAIRS AND SHUT THE BEDROOM If BETTER CHECK WINDOWS BEFORE WE HAVE TO X] OM RABBITS ANP CHASE OUT THE NEIGHBORS' < fe^ CHICKENSDOWKJ •-d - V !J. YESTERPAYS OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE OBVIOLJSLV. JM<E 5IMPLV BORROWED A. FEW ITEMS , AND LEFT SECURITY) PONT MAKE 50METHIN6 SINISTER OUT OF IT. 1 JAKE WENT OVER HE WALL IN WONG SPORTS COAT! BUT IF i\/E LOCK POOR IT MAY 5E WORTH ^ I FOUND HIS WIG ON MY BUREAU WHERE WATCH USED. TO BE. 1 BY THE WAY, HA* AxNYONE SEEN MY CUFFLINKS?' FLC0ME TO THE CLUB, MAJOR* lo-n EEK & MEEK IIOPK (ARK.) StAK Friday, Octobef 11, 197* Answer to Previous iPuziie Finances ACROSS 1 Types of income 5 Payable 8 Amounts of money 12 Talented 13 Timetable abbreviation 14 Dash 5 Bell sound 16 Flower 18 Close (poet.) 20 Negative correlative 21 High mountain 22 Farm animal 24 Ethiopian prince 26 Bustle 29 Church vestment 31 Be right for 35 Fixed remunerations 38 Narrow road 39 Conceited person 40 Ecclesiastical living 42 Follower of Zeno 44 Margin 45 Operated 46 Exclamation o surprise 48 Place 50 Word of sorrow 53 Masculine nickname 55 Gannet 59 Lender's profit 62 Payment for work done 63 Overhead item 64 Health resort 65 Nights before 66 Epochs 67 Target center 68 Remainder CARNIVAL DOWN 1 — morgana 2 Black (poet) 3 French pronoun 4 Psalm word 5 —— Hammerskjold 6 Monitor lizard 7 Blunder 8 Bishopric 9 Arm bone 10 Defensive armor 11 Break abruptly 17 Dull 19 Lion's forte 23 Fluent 25 One's own person 26 Vipers 27 Arrowlike missile 28 Medley HASH GORDON , > '-..&IC>''OF-THE TALL'FAIRGOD 30 Alcoholic beverage 32 — Deal 33 South American Indian 34 Adolescent year 36 Exchange premium 37 Cut 41 Australian birds 47 Corpulent 49 Lofty structure 50 Telegram 51 Spectacular act (coll.) 52 Sicilian volcano 54 Catch sight of 56 Wash (poet) 57 Gets older 58 Cozy place 60 Diminutive suffixes THE BORN LOSER ByARTSANSOM 43 Do small jobs 61 To (Scot) By DICK TURNER © 1974 bi NEA. Inc.. T.M. Reg. US. Pal. Oft "Young Senator Smith isn't acclimating too well in Washington:. He believes everything anyone says... no matter which party they belong to!" BLONDIE Finding a needle in a haystack is much easier than finding a piece of pork in a can of pork and beans. Any parent who can translate teen talk could crack straight-A in Greek or early Egyptian with no trouble at all. WMAT'S THAT TERRIBLE RACKET By HOWIE SCHNEIDER WHAT KIND OF HELP ARE VK>U FOR, A SKSM 10-11 FRANK AND ERNEST By BOB THAVES ERNIE NC ...HE THfc BALI. WHEN IT GOfei IN SACK OF THE BENCH. 10-11 BUGS BUNNY THE MENIAL PERFORM ARE IN VIVID CONTRAST TO YOUR IMPORTANT WORK 1 KNOW CAN'T AFFORD MY RATES, BUT I LIKE YA, SO I'LL GiVE YA / >ME U FINANCIAL ADVICE PER, FREE/ GO AHEAD, ASV< ME SOMETHIN ' ByHEIMDAHL&STOFFEL •HI II II I "I " DO YOU THINK THE FLUCTUATION OF INTEREST RATES IS INVERSELY PROPORTIONAL TO THE INCREMENTAL, VALUE OF THE AVERAGE COMMON STOCK. 1 ? 1974 by NE». Inc.. T.M. KM. US. P»L 0)1. ALLEY OOP ByDAVEGRAUE Y'MEAN GOOD \ YOU HEAVENS '\KNOW I WONDER HIM, '-HE'S ORVILLE! «tfWBSiw>8»u« SMITH • OF YOUR FORMER RULER? THE SAME ONE?/ NO, ALLEY...THE ADAMR,, SMITH I HAVK IN MIND WAS A BRILLIANT STUDENT WHO DISAPPEARED IN FULL VIEW OF A DOZEN WITNESSES IN THE SUMMER OF I ,,.ANO WAS NEVER SEEN, OR HEARD CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE NO NEED TO WOfSKV, Ml^? TIPTOWi EASY AWD rUBB^ ARE JU5-T THBV SAY—TWO VAWK EMPLOVEP BV McKEB M0ANWHILE.THE VILLAGE POLICE STATION SETS A CALL FROM VULB CASTLE... OF COURSE, V" JIK-- r cjuire \ UWPEK5TAMP YOUR BEN 6 I A TRIFLE / UPSET... / By CHIC YOUNG THAT'S ALEXANDER PRACTICIMG HIS GUITAR BUT IN HIS HANDS T'S A DEADLY WEAPON.' WINTHROP ByDICKCAVALLI THE TROUBLES OF THE V/ORLD BEQAN WHEN MAN LEARNED HOW TO WRITE. WHERE ©ETASIULY IDEA LIKE THAT? 1974 by NEA. Inc.. T.M. Rtd. US. Pal. OH. . MURPHY. 6AIO GO. CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS WHY WON'T VOU THE ASSIGNMENT, MISS j SIZBMQRE % LAST EVENING MV POO&LE WENT TO SLEEP ON MV BOOKS, SIR... ,,.ANt> I'VE ALWAVS HEARD VOU SHOULD LET SLEEPING DOGS LIE. 7 PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER OW, BOY/ SMOKED OYSTERS POLISH 5AUSAS-E/ MY FAVORITE.' C Id W4 > NL. M Btj US Pit Qlt WENT OVER YOU BUDGET AGAIN/

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