Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 4, 1974 · Page 10
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 10

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, November 4, 1974
Page 10
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len HOPE (ARK.) STAR SIDE OUNCES By GILL FOX "My compliments to the Arabs and ask them whafs the going price on camels!" OUT OUR WAY By NEC COCHRAN YEAH, BUT WHAT S VWROWO WITH GOIN' OVER TO CHEER HIM UP? BESIDES, YOU CAN'T UWBAKE A CAKE HEV.' WHAT'S THE IDEA OF GETTING ALL CLEAK1EPUP? PIPW'T 1 TELL you TERRV'5 WOTHEC CALLEP AND HAD TO CANCEL HIS BIRTHDAY PARTY BECAUSE HE ISM'T FEELIWG WELL? KIT ICE CREAM BACK TO TH 1 STORE, CAM YOU ? THE WORRY WART OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE YOU KNOW ABOUT BE.IN' AN INSURANCE BIC6IE M0VIN' IN-TOfT(3WN? WELL, ITif PHONIER THAN PANPRUFF OH MT RU5HM0RE HE'$ JUST A DRIFTER: L/SST JOB HE HAP WAS FILLIN' INKWELLS AT THE BANK. 1 TdAT^ HI65TYLE! HE 6Uy WrWTMJfiHS AT''t'rlE ' MC'5 J0KE5 ON THE MIPNI6HT TALK 5HOW! EEK & MEEK Secretive Answer !o Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Detective 7 Sherlock 13 Variety of cinnamon 14 Arthurian lady 15 Parts of sonnets 16 Climbing plant 17 Very little 18 Spread hay 20 Possessive pronoun 21 Fashioned 24 Bishopric 25 Halting place 28 Greek war god 30 European songbird 31 Red-bellied terrapin 35 Saint from Avila 37 Life principle 38 Adam's son (Bib.) 40 Ethiopian ruler 41 Obtained 44 Follow closely 46 Sign 48 Artificial language 49 Roman bronze 52 French painter 54 - — agent 57 Secret service employes 58 Strong- scented bulb 59 Most recent 60 French historian, Kenan CARNIVAL DOWN 1 Boat used as a lighter 2 Intertwine 3 Italian ducal family 4 Employ 5 Small bird 6 Expeditious 7 Cattle keepers 8 Palm leaf (var.) 9 Thin strip of wood 10 Small coins 11 Finnish lake 12 Meaning 19Guido'shigh note 21 Secret operators 22 Verb forms 23 Presidential middle name 25 Superlative FLASH GORDON ClAIUS ALI IS LOATHE TO PUT AH UNARMED MAN TOOEATH... Monday, November 4, 1974 By DAN BARRY suffix 26 Golf peg 27 Arrival (ab.) 29 Tendon 32 Work with spade 33 Australian bird 34 Ethiopian dignitary 36 Eagerly desiring 39 Owned 41 Asian goat antelope 42 Greek letter 43 Article of belief 45 Cunning trick 47 Not a single one 49 Competent 50 Men of Yale 51 Religious group 53 Possessive pronoun 55 Boat paddle 56 Footed vase IT MAV WIN YOU A PARDOM/ MAKE A FI6HT OF IT, CITI2EN... m-fits™*^*^ THE AFRICAN \ 8 ° r W STALLS/ > THE BORN LOSER ByARTSANSOM ALLEY OOP ByDAVEGRAUE By DICK TURNER 1974 by NEA, Inc., T.M. Rn. U.S. Pit. OK. &LLEY OOP AND ORVILLE LURCH HAVE BEEN SENT BACK THROUGH TIME TO CONDUCT ROAD TESTS ON ORVILLE'S INVENTION, THE LURCHMOBILE.... CAPTAIN EASY ...BUT A POWER FAfLURE DURING TRANSMISSION CHANGES OUR FRIENDS' DESTINATION. INSTEAD OF LANDING ONTHE PHILADELPHIA AND LANCASTER TURNPIKE IN rm, THEY FIND THEMSELVES IN A VERY STRANfiE PLACE... M-H WHERE ^ YOU'RE IN ARE WE, THE LAND, CUSBLE / OF NERR.' OUR COMPUTER SAYS THEY NEVER WENT ANYWHERE, ^--— , OSCAR.' /^THAT'S .. IMPOSSIBLE.' vll ...WHICH POSES A PERPLEXING PROBLEM FOR DR. WONMLU5 . <*far,,- w WHEN HE TRIES TO LOCATE y^fWb'yfc:. HIS TIME-TRAVELERS.' ^/>V.M. r%u.s.pat.(m.| £'£ THE CASH ADVANCE \J==^-/ HAPPILY, FROM LONDON FOR THE ""^ ^ MflKKiuv, By CROOKS & LAWRENCE S05HJ IF POPPER'S TOO DIM'X WAIT A MINUTE! SI6HTEP TO TELL WHO'S WHO-)HER ADVAMCe WOT'tL TIPPY TIPT0N PO JPAVMBVT TO ABOUT— ^ LORP VUL-E-SO THAT'S WHAT THIS FLIMFLAMS ALL ABOUT! "She finally decided to clean up her room! Her telephone rang and she couldn't find Ul " Bookkeepers never get volumes lent to them by us. Don't say there aren't zombies: think of all the people who walk around with their brains in a portable radio case, and plugged into their ears so they can move. TELL ME, MR. SUMSTEAD, ' DO YOU LIKE'WGOLETTO 1 '? SHE'S PRESIDENTOFOUR OPERA SOCIETY DAS WOOD, THIS IS MILUCENT PEOISREW By CHIC YOUNG ||( NOT SINCE THEY TRADED ^.MIMTOTHE VIKINJGS By HOWIE SCHNEIDER WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI ft MY WIFE JUST PA/0 OFF WITH MV I BEST FRIEND/ THERE-ARE NINE SETS OF ) TWINS IN CADiS B^MIL-Yl >/ C I»M m NEA. toe.. TH »»1 US, HI 0», THE NLJRee TOLC> CAD HE WAS THE BOTHER OF TWINS... . HE VEL L FPAT HER FCR WAKTIN© HIM OR li-H FRANK AND ERNEST By BOB THAVES CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS HOW HAVfc VOU BI6N WITH US, NOT TOMORROW f BUGS BUNNY ByHEIMDAHL&STOFFEL SO, OUT OP 100 STUDENTS IN THIS CLASS, WE HAVE 33 &BMOCRATS f 33 REPUBLICANS, 33 INDEPENDENTS... UNDECIDED PRBCIllA'S POP THERES THAT BUM —; FRIEND O 1 VERS SNOOZlN 1 ON A PARK BENCH... AS USUAL/ DESIST IN DEFAMATION / CEC?K1C IS A. KECOO-NIZED AS \ A BRILLIANT ANALYST IN THE BUSINESS WORLD.' HE NEVER SLEEPS UNDER ANYTHING BUT THE RNANC1AL SECTION V OF THE NEWSPAPER / I'VE TOLD HER TIME AND AGAIN)... - _ _ NCDT TO GET Y INTERESTED iM BOYS } TILL SHE'S 3S ' J O 11-4 WHERE WOULD YOU BE NOW IP MY) FATHER HAD SAID THAT? ByALVERMEER

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