Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 23, 1974 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 23, 1974
Page 6
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Page Six SIDE GLANCES By GILL FOX Gather's Works Answer to Previous Puzzle "I haven't had time to have an opinion for seven years!" OUT OUR WAY ACROSS 1 "A - Lady" 5"— of Our Own" 8" — Song of the Lark" 11 "Death - for the Archbishop" 12 Morning moisture 13 Operated 14 Greek goodess of peace 15 Mother of mankind 16 Stir 17 Hourglass feature 18 Constellation 19 Roman date 20 Certain railroads (coll.) 22 Consumes food 24 Heroes of "O Pioneers" (var.) 28 Curt, brittle 29 Canadian province (ab.) 30 Winglike part 33 Cereal grain 34 Greek letter 36 Estonian island 38 " - Bridge" (poss. word) 40 Salad green 42 Chinese dynasty 43 Pasturelands 44 Town (Cornish prefix) 46 Clip shorter 50 Swiss canton 51 Constellation Lion 52 "The Professor's — 56 Sigmoid curve 57 Raise a question 58 Anglo-Saxon serf DOWN 1 Girl's name 2 Sign 3 Dispatchers 4 Mao tung 5 European river 6 Man from Reno 7 Female sheep 8 Barter 9 Roman lower world 10 Biblical patriarch 11 On this side (comb, form) 18 Beast of burden 19 Elected ones (coll.) 21 Coat parts HOPE (ARK.) STAR FLASH GORDON Wednesday, October 23, 1974 By DAN BARRY 23 Chant 24 Military abbreviation 25 Epoch 26 Bridle part 27 Win over by pleading SOPeerGynt's mother 31 Brythonic sea god 32 Chemical suffixes 35 Canopies 37 Newspapermen 51 African worm 38 Roman bronze 52 Possess (Scot) 39 Profound respect 40 Roman goddess of farming 41 Precipitations 43 Evangelist 45 "Shadows on the-—" 47 Destroy 48 Two words of understanding 49 In the middle (comb, form) HESPFAKS TRULX LET US FREE HIS HANPS.' THAT IS AN ACT V/0RW ONLy OF A BUTCHER/ A 07WARP/ WOULD you RUM A MAN THROUGH WHILE HIS HANRS ARE BOUNP? CENTURION/ } WHERE IS YOUR HONOR?/ /OUR PRIPE? THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM By NEC COCHRAN ByDAVEGRAUE ALLEY OOP ou DROVE YYEAH-- "\ ( IT BROKE POWM ANP i HAP IT THIS MORM- 1 WHERE? ] V TOWEP TO THE GARAGE.' GOOD HEAVENS.' ( GADFRY.' 53 Cognizance 54 Grampus 55 Constellation Ram THERE, Y'ARE.' HOW MUCH TIME , / IT WILL \ WHATCHA \ BOLT tXVDU FIGURE WE'VE ( BE SCON,) GOT THERE,) CUTTERS! GOT BEFORE THEY >OOR,. J ORV1LLE? / HOLD SETTHAT THING OFF?/ VERY, SOON/ LUCKV FOR ME WE POW'T HAVE TWO CARS-'I'P BE THIRP OM THE POPULAROY LIST/ STILL, CUBBLE By DICK TURNER CARNIVAL By CROOKS & LAWRENCE CAPTAIN EASY &KEAT- BUT TKV T'MAKB ANVOWB BELIEVE .._. „_ SAY LOKP VULe 16 JU5T A HARMLESS ECCENTRIC! HOW PO WE KNOW IT LORD VULE? MEANIN'WOT? LOOK IM THAT CRATE KIKK VAN SHIPPED H6KE1 THE SPBARl THAT'S HOW THE STATUS WA$ PRIED OF \T& MICHE- 50 IT WOULD TOPPLE OM U£ HEROES ARE /V\APE-MOT BORM By MAJOR HOOPLE OUR BOARDING HOUSE I'LL BE GLAP SHOW VOU THE BRIGHT, AIRY R0CW, MR. SNERK! RIGHT AWAY. WA5 VERY INTERESTING, NEVER eXPECTEP TO MEET 5UCH A KEY PEPSIN IN ACTUALLY MY MAIN OFFICE 16 ABROAD' WHEN I'M HOME IU6E MV5TUDW FIND 6OLP STABILIZATION! INFORMALITY / RELAXING.' --' © 1974 by NEA. Inc.. T M Rej. U.S. Pal. OH CAN! £,6E THE ROOM Boy! I hope no teen-agers are on the line ... I'll never get through!" BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG A young man who smooches with his girl while on the road is a buss driver. LET ME SEE J "" HEY, DILLARD, I FOUND YOURSPOMSE/ WELL, ANYWAY, OUR DISHWASHER ISSONNABE HAPPY ABOUT TWIS ^^i^yj THIS CAKE IS. TERRIBLE.' J I CAN HARDLY CUT IT/ / Chicken in a bank vault has replaced chicken in a basket. HE'LL HAVE TO An old-timer can remember a steak. A wise man knows which side his bread was once but- WINTHROP By DICK CAV All I By HOWIE SCHNEIDER EEK&MEEK OUGHT TO TRY A LITTLE HARDER IN SCHOOL, Wl KITH ROR. WHATfeTHE STAPTINO SALARY? ... PO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'LL BE WHEN NOJ GROW UP? A NLWAB6KUL-L./ ,CAJJ I OH/P-OJ TOUARD W6XT DR/AJ/t? IF YOU KEEP ON THE WAV YOU'RE (3OING... By LARRY LEWIS CAMPUS CUnER ByBOBTHAVES FRANK AND ERNEST PROBABLY JUST \ SOS? ANOTHER SOS FOR US LOOK, DEAR, WE GOT A LETTER FROM BlMO SHELL OUT SAVINGS J LIKE TO TO THE WEAKEST LINK IN YOUB ORGANIZATION A&OUT 6ETTIM6 A JlXABli IOAN 8UGSBUNNY CAN WAID MV it THERE HE GOES. ^_ II pWETENDiNG TO BE ^\ I ( SLEEPWALKING SO HE ' (S "W^ HE'S COMING 6ACK/ I x- FlOUKED ME L WOULDN'T 6E GONE IF VOU WEKE LCX3KINO THAT POT- VVOAST TViAT WAS LEFTOVER EKE ^ . FOR p By HEIMDAHL & STOFFEL PRtSCILLA'S POP ...IT'S HERE, UNDER. MY PILLOW/ AND MOW DID IT G-O } I LOVE IN SCHOOL/SPELLING, TODAV? REALLY? \ I THOUGUT VOU HATED SPELLINS I DID. BUT I LOVE By AL VERMII8 IT'S OUR LAST SUBJECT BEFORE SCHOOL r LETS OUT/ j ^

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