Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 9, 1962 · Page 18
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 18

Eureka, California
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Monday, April 9, 1962
Page 18
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UVMBOLUT STANDARD Monday, Apri THE FLINTSTONES By HANNA-BARBERA By Harold Gray LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE JU5T GOT TO GST BOVJUNS 0A9 YOURS KNOW HOW MUCH I ENJOV 0OWUNS WT CAKKYIN THIS B4LL. B4CK 'N' RPKTH IS NO PICNIC, EflCK «r THE IBLftHD, AN! HE AHD HER FRIEHDS ARE VERY MUCH ftUVE .-..HO FAR, THAT lei HE MUST HAVE BEEN TH'GUY WHO OWNED THIS CAVE I IT'S A CINCH HE WflBN'T ONE O' .THEM! SHOT! BUT WHO DID IT-AMD FROM WHERE? CARMICHAEL BY OYEBWHELMIHO EVIDENCE tHAtr AHNIE.SAIW AMD ELWOOD HAVE . BEEH BLflSTED To MOTHIHGMESS, WfWBUCKS, THE ABPflllD PUHJAB MEET THE DAWH FAR. FAR FROM THE OLD PlRfil'E 1SLAMD. ALLEY OOP THEY SET A FEW BUCKS \ AM' ALL AT ONCE TH 1 OLD I EQUIPMENT'S NO G00t ANVMORE...THEY 60TTA ) HAVE ALL NEW STUFF 1 PONT YOU THINK THEY KWOW MORE ABOUT TUBE SCIENCE BUSINESS THAN YOU PO? By Wilson Scruggs Y'KNOW. OOOLA. I'M OOMMENCIN 1 MARTHA WAYNE TO THINK THERE'S A LOT TOP, WHY ARE M3U 60IMS TO ALL THIS TROUBLE FDK- ME? WHAT'S IU IT KK YOU? OKAY, SO IT WILL TAKE TIIAC--AUD THAT'S WHAT WE'KE cane.' WHEM I A«KEt SAWW TO TAKC BACK, SHE SAID SHE'D THIHK IT OVEU--BUTSH6SOUHDSO SKEPTICAL.' BUGS BUNNY MAV8E YOU CAKI PICK OUT ONE THAT YOU THINK SUITS HIM!, HMM. Y O U R B I R T H D A Y and Tomorrow LAO^iS DAY firmly on domestic affairs and ties them into public matters with jfoclay vuu are ambitious and i'ear- lless wiien it comes to hewing to foresight and acumen. -V\ l -L'/l=73=^ \\*°\ inc of departure winch you TAURUS (Apr. 21-JIay 21) -This can be a very special day have set up. You know what you if you Uike that calculated risk jxvant and you intend to get it, eventually -- even if you are to win out over competitors. sometimes a little slow in making BUBEEINfiS Finances are expanding. See Lha By Chicle Young Emotional in your personal at- you develop Ihe success potential fairs, you tend to be hot-temperas quickly as possible. WEUL.VOU HAVE TO STAMP ON THIS CHAIR AND LEAN WAY OVER TO THE · LEFT I CANT SEE IN THEIR WINDOW WHEN I STAND HERE ed, impulsive and. at times, torn- CANCER (June 22-JuIy 23) THEM WHEN I STAND HERE AT THE SINK" DO YOU WANT ME TO STARE AT THE FLOOR,3UST TO AVOID SEEING | THEM ? pestuous. It is these two differing GoQ(i fortm) e smiles at your suc- sides of your nature which are cess and there is well-planned ac- vyiug for attention in your life. Until you can get them adjusted LEO (July 24-Aug. 23) - Han- and begin living in accordance die legal matters in the most ben "Don't any body leave me ·--· my shorts have split." ticial way. Get the public to; vou may have many problems to agree with your personal pians. solve. You are apt to fall in and VIRGO ( A u g . 24-Sept. 23) -out of love with alarming sud- A good business day in which omestic and office affairs can be bers of the opposite sex, you will brought together successfully. have considerable difficulty in se LIBRA (Sept. 24-Ocl. 23) -- lecting your marriage partner. You women, especially, are very Take a calculated risk to win a special advantage in your work strong in your personal likes and By Frank O'Neal ichedule. Moke a profit, dislikes and you will make up your mind at first sight, loo. Vou By Dick Turner ISITWORrHAU-THEfFfWr arc very rarely mistaken in your Deal with the public in handling i BE ABLE TO TAKE UP TO ·ZOVMVTeSCALPSADAY. SHU, GOING TO SCHOOL? first judgment. Both,you men and women have great executive ability and know how to manage people and place your affairs. Interests of in-laws I at a distance is indicated. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dcc. 22) -- Prospects are excellent for them in the correct jobs for which vou to attain your major objective Ihev are best suited. Vou will do well in work that calls tor leadership. Just make sure that you always set a good example and lead in the right direction! Among those born on this date CAPRICORN (Dec. 23-.Jan. 20) -- Partnerships, either business or domestic, are highly favorc at this time. Forge ahead now. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Fcb. 191are: S. Hurok. theatrical producer Handle home affairs adroitly and aim impresario; Vladamir Lenin, Russian revolutionary and statesman: Paul Robeson, actor-singer; Charles Pierre Baudelaire, French poet; King Leopold II of Belgium; Olin Warner, sculptor. take care of business matters which concern the public interest. PISCES (Feb. 20-Mar. 20) A good day for important matters. Handle only those things which HAVE TOJ EVERY NO, i CAN'T THOUGHT ABOUT REALLY SAV THAT,CHARLIE/ THAT I BfltXON? yv HAVE... VOOI?E SONS TO HAVE TUMBLE WHEN /OU6ETTO COLLEGE! NO MATTER WHAT DAVIT 15, SQMEBOW IN THE WORLD HAS THAT DAY FOR A BIRTHDAY! STOP TO THINK THAT EVERY DM 15 SOMEBODVS BIKTHDAV? need dispatch and decisiveness. To find what the stars have in ' store for you tomorrow, select your birthday star and read the GLOUCESTER, England (UPI) --Judge Stable spoke thus Tmirs-j day to silence a talkative woman thday star be your daily witness: "Please slop. This is the; only place in the world where a ARIES iMar. 21-Apr. 20) -- Act'man has the last word." BUT AH GOT A I -^ STRONG STUMMICK.'.'V AH KIM STAND ANYTHING--- ??-lAARRVlN'SAM DONE FA1WTED,WHEN HE LOOKED IN AH MEAM"ITS PORTHOLE/.' "Another thing I'm getting pretty tired of, Edgar . . your saying 'yes, dear' in that 'no, dear' tone of voice! By Nadine Seltzer Leff and McWilliams DAVY JONES "Oh, we have our slack periods-it all depends on how f ha fisharo running!" BUT I DON'T HAVE TO ASSOCIATE WITH YOU OTHERWISE. LOOK, MISS BEN AY... IN THB WATER, WE'RE BUDDIES.' WHY DON'T YOU CHANGE YOUR DIVING BUDDY .BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE, SUZY J NO, BETSV. I'M SEEING THIS THROUGH...COME IVHAT MAY." OH, LI?...LET'S CHECK OUT EACH OTHER'S GEAR /^ FOR THE D1VEJ THERE OUGHTA BE HEM WHEN Hm CAVE TOWS HE? VOKS THE KIP fW U"AN EVSN BIGGER. SQU/W/Z Vi V.Vf WEK TM-j S70« W/S,.CHLO2AP!N5 V " '"i-v;.r'.A5 / ,UT MO/.U1V WAMTS TO . _,,.,.- ,,,,... HOV= TO «E£ « oi W»I PONT W«\ r.'.-r "-'··'·'·'-'- f- RUSHT; DACK.,.^5 e""X ' By R a e b u r n Van Buren ABBIE and SLATS . ,,,,.-.,· -..,. ' - ' - tVWivfe.V}--," L-." iBK=s"^.-'i ,i'-.^ v/"i r *%·/ Y - ' ( Vc\---^^^ ^/r^/'V/ite^.-'-^i^

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