Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 26
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 26

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
Page 26
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HU.MBOUJT STANDARD Thursday. April 5. 1962, P. 26 CARMICHAEL TO THERE ON|E IM CROV\|p-- LADIES DAY "You said he bad to have new shoes today, and the blacksmith is on holiday!" The secret of keeping solvent is to live os cheaply after payday as you did the lost few days before. e NEA » All-Slurs SPRlNGTEAtNJNSj UHtf-iw) "They diiln'l raise the fence, "You're standing in a hole!" "My prnyiT is that every person on earth will go Into orltit snon!" LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE By Harold Gray THE FLINTSTONES By HANNA-BARBERA AFTER WHflT WE FOUND If I THftT.OLD PIWSTH TREASURE 'VAULT, IT IS CERTAIN THAT ANNIE DIED THERE! THERE IS NOTHING TO KEEP US HERE flNY LOH6K. IT GEEMS THEY DO INTEND TO LEfiVE THIS ISLAND TILL THEY VE FOUND VOU THEM THEVU. BE HERE FOB fl LONG TIME! BUT I SEE NO REAGON FOR US TO STflV HERE . fit IV LONGER! HOPS VKNOW WHERE oivBE GOIN'.I OUCH! THIS MANSROVE THICKET IS |-iSS.-=TM.?457-"-·: NO JERSEY TURNPIKE, EE IT W«S DAYLIGHT! MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs IMW HAVE DOME SOM6THIU6) AMD VOBZE FOOLISH USTMBHT; i AMSWKED CUE OF MY / THAT YOU DID, HUSBAWD'S LETTERS.'/ MK.WEST? YES. HOW JIM WILL ffitOUBLS HIS EFFOrTS TO PERSUADE ME TO VISIT HIM--AUD HE'LL PK5BABLY SUCCEED/ THEM HE'LL TALK ME wo TAKIWS HIM BACK.' AMD THEM WHAT, UK. WAYU6- WILL HE BE A8L6 TO STAY OUT OF JAIL? Y O U R B I R T H D A Y and Tomorrow THURSDAY, APRIL 5 - Born today, you have a firm v.'ill and a determined desire to fight For what is right no matter what challenges your decisions. One 'esson you must learn, however, is to distinguish between solid determination and obstinacy. The lirst has a definite objective; the second, the desire to contradict or to be opposite of anything for no reason at nil! You have an impulsive, quick nature and will often act before considering all sides of an activity. You arc also too quick sometimes o prejudge others. You al tribute to them motivations \vhicj do not exist, except in your vivid imagination. Put this ability to work for you in some constructive manner ,nd you will profit thereby. Ai- though very critical, you criticize yourself as well as others. You arc a perfectionist and must have everything exactly right if you arc to be completely happy. Slill -- and this is a strange contrast -- you dislike an argument or a fight! You will often go the long way around .0 avoid coming to blows on an issue. II almost as if you care only that you believe. Whether others follow is beside the question! Your intuitions are exceptionally keen and you are the typo to ac first and think about the results later. Science, in its practical ap plications, interests you. and youi excellent business ability will hel| you commercialize on new ideas. Among those born on this dale are: Jonas Chickering, manufac lurer; Spencer Tracy, actor: Win chcll Smith, playwright; Lincoln Filene, merchant; David Burpee horticulturist. To find what the stars have in store for you tomorrow, select your birthday star and r?ad the corresponding paragraph. Let your birthday be your daily guide. Friiiay, April 6 ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 20)--Wind up the week's business affairs on an optimistic note. Get lots o ·ork accomplished. TAURUS (Apr. 21-May 21) - i'here could be considerable con- usion if you are not careful i) plan everything adroitly. GEMINI (May 22-June 21) -- Look before you leap into anything .oday. A bit of caution will serve you well just now. CANCER (June 22-July 23) --: Mot a good day for speculating or .aking a long-shot gamble. Play it safe for the best results. LEO (July 24-Aug. 23) - Catch 1 up on routine, but avoid starting anything new until later on in :he month. Play it safe! VIRGO (Aug. 24-Sept. a) -Occupational matters will take up the major part of your time and ntercsls just now. LIBRA (Sept. 24-Oct. 23) If you are practical in all that you undertake, nothing can pop up to surprise you. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 221--No! a day for popping off. Walch what you say and do, for it can start an argument. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dee. 22) --A day for treading the middle of the road. Look out for question- ible tactics this evening. CAPRICORN (Dec. 23-Jan. 20) -Not a day for counting chickens before they are hatched. Be suro you know the score first. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-rcb. 19) There arc tensions implicit in this day, so be on your guard againsl jany unforeseen disturbances. PISCES (Feb. 20-Mar. 20) -You may meet minor adversities which you can easily overcome if you are smart and on your toes. "No-let's waif 'til he hoots one at Icait over eight inches! THERE OUGHTA BE A LAW By Fagaly and Shorten iNP THAT TKY1NS-TO GET HIM TO 'CLOSS IT-- AFTER THEY'VE GOME I 'J.iK'S ONLY ONE THINS TOJSHEE TW TfcYlNfi TO GET VOliH. YOUNGUN TO OPEN W$ YAP FOR COWANX,.,.., Z-' O TO /IfuHPSRSTANP IT/f S'uJRS HE'S -": vir? W HE HAS SX« A I.INTELLISEN- :l TALKING: M\ttGOING CARNIVAL By Dick Turner (I kj IrEA. Inn. T.H. ttf. US. fa. Off. y-s "I'm not watching any show! I'm putting one on!" SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer /HMMMM-A1-M', / AN F IN 'ARITHMETIC AN? 1 ANOTHER p IN AKT...XW ^ -,- POSSH'T ' ~ TM ' ALLEY OOP By V. I. Hamlin THEN WELL UUST THE VIEW- \ HAVE TO GO SCREEN IS ) ALONG WITH- STILL OUT.'/C OUT IT! BUGS BUNNY PSSTi HEY.ELMER ...I THOUGHT I HEAKPA BURSLAK POWN- STAIRJ!, BLOND1E By Chick Young D PUT-ON MAKE-UP - AMD EYE SHADOW AND -j- MASCARA AND LIPSTICK;^ \c SHORTR1BS By Frank O'Neal 1 CANT REMWBffi A SINGLE 5RECIAN SUMMER WHEN WE'VE HAD SO MANY INSECTS. r viK0sr , WHKTS 1HW? t.iwi ei NW. u. JM. R^. UA TA o d-JEAL HTiM'lt-1/1 DON T THINK Y". HE IS REALLY DUMBIWIXJlKT THE OTHER DM I WA5TELLINS HIM THAT HE WAS 50 DUMB, HE DIDN'T EVEN KNOW EN006H TO COME IN OUT OF THE / O H , I I I OH,tiHL...IFYOORE60MSTO 60 AROUND WATCHINS ettSi WORD yXJSMAU.THETIME.VOU'LL NEVER G£\ MUCH SAID! LI'L ABNER By Al Capp TH WORLD'S NUMBER'ONE JINX.!! WHARHEGO£S DAVY JONES By Leff and McWilliams PAW JONES DEMONSTRATES VARIOUS VISUAL SIGNALS TO SUMMON AID WHEN IN TROUBLE UNDERWATER... i!'»7i'w^'i««vi r »*,;i«! ABBIE and SLATS By Raeburn Van Buren "How's your business shaping up, Mrs. Folllo?" ^f IT'S A SECRET RECIPE HANDED DOW wuaT^^iru'r/viruA iuc^C FWW WTHER. TO WOSHTER IN MY WHAT [COUGH, COUoH.) ARE /. ,-v-- , FAMILY FOR VOU EMAL/VUNS ON THAT' f /f^\(^p/ i i ffl[^ i '6ENERATIOrJS STOVE, /VWY I ASK Zj-fc ^^l-i^^f^K. LAW. IT'S ULlA FRIED PISASTER IF YOU CAN'T BREATHE) IT-HOW CAN YOU (6ASP) )- ~~ EAT IT.'/ - -^ ~

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