Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 6, 1974 · Page 7
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Page Eight SIDE OUNCES HOPE (ARK.) STAR By GILL FOX i .'I 6* HI A !M L ! U H>g I)!, f'jt Ott "A clean sweep! Instant oatmeal, instant coffee, instant rice and instant poverty!" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN TO WHOM IT MAY A HEAP FOR MOVIKJG THE DOG'S WATER DISH WITHOUT A Vv/ARKJINJG.' /DQW'T SAY A WORP--IT'LL JUST SET HIM OFF FOR THE REST OF THE EVEMIWG.' HEROES ARE MAPE-MOT BORM OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE BOY*. WE'VE 60J TO CONTROL MR. 5NERK BEFORE H£ PE^T(70 U$! HI5 LURIP TALE5 OF THE JOV5 OF VJORK HWE TURNEP MARTHA'S HEW? TILL NO <?NE 15 5AFE.' HE NEVER BOTHERS YOU 5URE WE'RE T/M.KIN ' ABOUT TME COLLECT UNEMPLOYMENT THEY'LL WANT* KNOW WHV FREP K.5NERK 2 OTHER' FREP K. 5NERK EEK&MEEK Garden Answer to Previous Puzzle FLASH GORDON Wednesday, November 6, t»74 By DAN BARRY ACROSS 1 Tube for conveying water 5 Stretch of cul grass 9 Medial estimate 12 Late Soviet statesman 13 Pattern of excellence 14 Gardens of delight 15 And others (Latin, 2 wd.s.) 16 Jacobs son (Bib.) 18 Coterie 19 Greek goddess of dawn 22 650 Woman) 24 Public vehicle (coll.) 27 Avian home 32 Cotton fabric 34 Malaysian canoe 35 African lake 36 Malls 39 Elm, for example (2 wds.) 42 PeerGynt's mother 43 Australian bird 44 Shade tree 46 Deep respect 49 Secretive group (ab.) 51 Grocery item 55 Fence of bushes 57 Hoses or tulips 60 Discuss 61 Natural gifts (pi.) 62 Useful insects 63 City district CARNIVAL DOWN 1 Wife of Zeus (myth.) 2 Fanon 3,Droop 4 Freudian term 5 Conducted 6 Greek war god 7 Alcoholic beverage 8 American caricaturist 9 Mimic 10 Large tub 11 Conclude 12 Body of judges 17 Subjoin 20 Japanese sash 21 Transgression 23 Canter 24 Wagers 25 Western slate ATP HG2D taaa 26 Capital of Yemen 28 Raise 29 Constellation 30 Drunkards 31 Leisure 33 Manufactured 37 Enclosure (Scot.) 38 Electrical unit 40 Program VIPlcoll.) 41 Parson bird 45 Grasscutter 46 Biblical king 47 Have existed 48 Kim 50 At the stern 52 Allow use of 53 Urge (Scot.) 54 World War II group (ab.) 56 Masculine nickname 58 Jurisprudence 59 Palm leaf (var.) THE BORN LOSER ByARTSANSOM ALLEY OOP ByDAVEGRAUE By DICK TURNER IB 1974 by NEA. Inc.. TM Bea. U.S. Pal OH NOT FAR, _\ IS THE CASTLE ; BUT YOU — FROM HERE, yCANNOT LINNETT? . WEARING WELL, IF HE'S THE ADAM K. SMITH I THINK HE IS, ...BUT I HAVE AN IDEA 'S RIGHT, \ HOW VOU CAN SET INTO THE PLACE/ NOU SAY THIS EV- YES, HE'S PRESIDENT OF \OURS, \ BEING ADAM R. SMITH, IS /HELD IN OOP/THE GUARDS WILL TAKE NOLI . PRISONER/ CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE ER-HEH.HEHl YOU'VE-^-HTTLE SECRET" EXPOSEP IM LITTLE/ FOOT'. WITH 6LA5SES, SECRET: r WEAR / HE^ "R.j.Roe"--THAT A HAIRPIECE-i ^ PHOWY WB MET OSJ THE PLANE COMING OVEKJ MISS TIPTON HgR£J AND NEXT YOU'RE SOIM6 TO COU&H UP OUR &O.OOO1 6HAP"-- DEVON'5 COM ARTIST PALJ "Nerves are something like a lotta wires that people are full of... especially mothers!" BLONDIE Underneath the falling leaves is the snowshovel you left in the yard last spring. Our secretary takes shorthand 120 words a minute — and 120 minutes a word to figure out what she scribbled. I I'M PUTTING .' WHAT A ARE YOU DOING J HERE AT THE ") BANK ? / -^ V MONEY > IN • - ^ /"I'M > TAKING ( MOMEY OUT By CHIC YOUNG 1 SEEMS LIKE WE COULD VE HAMOLEO THIS AT HOME By HOWIE SCHNEIDER WINTHROP ByDICKCAVALLI IT WOULD APPEAR TO BE TRUE.. f^.-THB SEPARATION / Of FOMJER CDRRECT-S. n-i, r ...AKJD THE ABSOLUTE SEPAEATIOIU OF RDMJER ABSOUTTELY ! WHEN WE GRCW UP QOIN© TO MARRY IDENTICAL- TWINS... ...ANDUVE IN IDENTICAL- ...AND HUE IDEm-|CAl_ IIWCOAAET/AX RETURNS. /l-b FRANK AND ERNEST By HOWIE SCHNEIDER CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS X THINK WE SHOULD ^ NEXT YtAR i9-'4 D» SU Inc IU RHJ U S Pi! BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL & STOFFEL DON'T NEED TOJ I'LL NEVER FORGET MK. AREN'T VOU TAKING WOTE5 PRISCIUA'S POP YOU'VE FOULED UP ' THIS WHOLE FRAMITZ CORFDR- AT1ON PAPER CUP v ORPEF!./ YOU'RE THE STUPID, MOR^OMIC, LAZY IMSECIUE I'VE EVER HAD WORKING FOR ME / LOOK, PR isc ILL A; N MORE INVITATIONS PROM LIBRARIES.' , lt-6 By AL VERMEER HOW MANY GIP5LS MV AGE ARE SELP- -x thanks the libraries op B^<< U., Milwaukee Area Technical , and Louisiana Stale U. ^ ,^, . '!: c

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