Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 26, 1974 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 26, 1974
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aturday, October 26, 1974 (IDE GLANCES MOf*E (ARK.) STAR By GILL FOX JIET, PLEASE! Your father can hardly hear himself complain!" IT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN PON'T START AWy-/ 1 WOULPW'TMINP IF HE WORKEP iHINie/ HE WOULPN'T ^OKI THEM/ HE HIPES SOME OF THE OM YOUR JIG - \ PIECES ANPTHEN PUTS OMTHE IN-' PUZZLE IF YOU blPM'T CALL HI5 AT- rEMTIOMTOITWITH THAT SI<5W.' JUREP IWMOCEWCE ACT/ I'M 6OWWA COOL OFF THAT HOTSHOT THIS TIME IF HE SO MUCH AS TOUCHES OKIE WHY MOTHERS GET (SRAY ^^ * ll " *t «> w -i6 tu *, us P« o )UR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE , , HELP? 5. HOOPLE.' 1 MUST MEAN HOW CAN you "\ THAT ICOOK ANP RUN \ CHRISTMAS Trtl£> 016 PLACE? ) WHEN MV I MUST HAVE / COUSIN PNSY HELPEP •WITH THE PISHES.' EXCELLENT PET, HOW •you PO EXAS6ERWE TriW PIP IT! THE MMOR'5 MORE 5HOT5 THAN A HOCKEY 6OALIE WHO FOR60T TO CUT THE, EYE 5LIT5. 1 EK&MEEK Canine Caper Answer to Previous Puzzle [ZHJK? FLASH GORDON Page Five By DAN BARRY ACROSS 1 English -— dog S —* terrier 8 Lap dog (coll.) 12 Cry of bacchanals 13 Beofre 14 Soviet city 15 Masculine appellation 16 Courtesy title 17 Pig cry 18 Most domesticated 20 Herons 22 Pester 24 Bed canopies 28 Parts of churches 33 Idolize 34 Thing found 35 More uncommon 36 Liquid measure 37 Violin maker 38 Tentacles 40 Patterns 42 Coheres 46 Everlasting (poet) 51 Be borne 52 Timetable abbreviation 54 Diving bird 55 Bustles 56 Muzzle 57 Uttered 58 Shed feathers 59 Summer (Fr.) 60 Strays DOWN 1 Cincture 2 Iris layer CARNIVAL 3 Take shape 4 Unaspirated 5 Ulcerate 6 Boundary (comb, form) 7 Sherry 8 Needy 9 Great Lake 10 English shire 11 Members of a fraternity 19 Piloting 21 Kindest 23 While 24 Ancient Irish capital 25 Kind of cheese 26 Rail bird HK1HH (Ilin [ ILlfJ ««-"*• an nnuini-1 E-jn til JI J umraw w I II5II < 27 Allowance for waste 29 Seed covering 30 Cast a ballot 31 At all times 32 Indian weights 38 French (ab" 39 Issue forth 41 Siouan Indian 42 Stuff 43 Italian resort 44 False god 45 Bird's home 47 Otherwise 48 Bellow 49 Black (Fr.) 50 Terminates 53 Rodent THE BORN LOSER 'HELLO, ByARTSANSOM •SENT ME A BILL FDR O A SUIT By DICK TURNER ALLEY OOP THERE Y'AKE, LINNETT.' IT'S OFF/ AHH.' WHAT A PLEASURE TO BE RID OF THAT AWFUL CARD.' TELL ME SOMETHING, CUBBLE... By DAVE GRAM ...WHY HAVEN'T YOU TWO EVER HAD THOSE THINGS REMOVED BEFORE? BECAUSE NO ONE IN NEW? IS ALLOWED ACCESS TO A MAR- , VELOUSTOOL LIKE THIS/ CAPTAIN EASY STILL CMMdlN<5 "V RK3HT, THOSE 5WIMPLER5? / INSPECTOR! WE THINK 5H/AP By CROOKS & LAWRENCE HE'S IW A CRATE HERE AT YUJ.B CASTLE-APPARENTLY DRUcSdEP! BUT AAEANWHIIE . SOMEBODY'S SEEM T0 Wit us; "Well, you said nobody should play out in the rain, and when it rained there were six of us!" I'LL CHECK CUSTOMS-- AWP SEE IF/WY SUCH ENTERED THE COUNTRY- HAVE YOU PICKBP UP HIS TRAIL? MOKE THAN HIS TRAIL! NAMEP DIRK. VAW Some people never touch a drop. Who wants to waste the stuff washing one's hands with it? If you can't think of where to go — just ask our boss. BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG There's nothing like good, hard work to make a fellow wish for an easy job. Play the piano by ear and you're going to get an awful crick in your neck. Jf THAT'S RIDICULOUS/ THE PRICE ALONE COULD KEEP YOU AWAKB AT NIGHT/ By HOWIE SCHNEIDER WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI <D 1974 ty KEA. Inc. I M B<a U 5 fit on V&RY NICE...QUITE BECOMING. EVERY TIME HE GETS A NEW HAT, I HAVE TO ACM IRE IT. ANK AND ERNEST By BOB THAVES CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS KEEP THIS UP END DOM /WAN, WHAT A NlGHTJ FOOD, BOOZE ANP DANCiN<? AT THE BEST CUUB IN TOWNj III. NEVER FORGET NEITHER WILL I j IT COST ME $ 39.75 J JGS BUNNY f SiKE, I DEMAND A RAISE / ) ByHEIMDAHUSTOFFEL PRISCIUA'S POP ByALVERMEER THINGS ARE REAL- T10HT S'POSE I SPRUCE UP VER OFFICE...MAKE IT MORE ATTRACTIVE T' WORK WELL, THAT WOULD BE SOME- THINS/ HE'S OUT BACK DOtKiG HIS HOMEWORK WALDO? HE'S ' OUT BACK CARLYLE DO H\S KIOMEWORK ^HWm?;^&?s£ t< £

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