The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 19, 1976 · Page 43
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The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas · Page 43

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X JUS 1 -DOESN'T UNNERSTAN'.' HE HAS A PROBLEM ...HE'S SITTIW ON HIS THINKIM 1 •ROCK.' ' Lit BOVS QUESTIONS IS AN APOPTER/ VOU IS PAPPV'S SWELL, JOS.'.' BLOW ME SOWN.' WHV DIDN'T VA ASK ME • SWEE'PEA MUS' HAVE A VA THINKIN 1 SEARCHIM' SERIOUS PROBLEM ss HE'S ABOUT ?yFER SOME ANSWERS SO BEEN SITTIM' ON MIS THINKIW ROCK PER HOURS .' I WILL. UNNERSTAN' 1 DIDN'T WANT TO BOTHER VA .' BUT, POPEVEs.vI DIDN'T) ASK TO 6O FISHIN' . ASK VER Y WHAT IS THE QUESTIOMS. 1 y CONTINUUM „. THE FOURTH DIMENSION... P. EL ATI V IT V AN 1 THE SUBATOMIC MATTER CONSTRUCTION OF THE UNIVERSE Our Storu: AS WINTER NEARS ITS END THE MINSTRELS PREPARE TO LEAVE CAMELOT. A CONVENTION ANP ELECTION IS TO BE HELD IN . POITIERS TO CHOOSE A "KING OF MUSIC." SIR DINADAN, THE COURT JESTER, SIVES THEM A FAREWELL DINNER. W/V, I WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND THEIR FESTIVAL. WOUiP YOU LIKE TOJOIHME?' 1 KINS. ARTHUR GRANTS THEM LEAVE OF ABSENCE AHD SIR LAUNCELOT OFFERS TH~EM PASSAGE ACROSS THE CHANNEL. "IT WILL NOTB£ A PLEASANT VOYA6£ IN WltfTER WEATHER, BUT YOU ARE WELCOME. 1 WIND AND SEA BUFFET THE STOUT VESSEL IN ANGER ANP ALMOST CATCHES SIR DINADAN. •O LORP, SAVE ME." HE PRAYS, TOR I AM NOW A eOOP CHRISTIAN, yOU HAVING SCARED THE DEVIL OUT Of ME," KINS BAN OF BRITTANY WELCOMES ' HIS SON AND HIS GUEST AND THEY REST FROM THEIR ORPEAL. O K«i< P«*lufM SynthCM*. kw . 197* World n«MI -*-w*5""V '^f^^^'^^-T -^ \\ V»-^ — _5— J *^'_^ ^-j ^£'*?Z. •^X ^..>^^-^ THEIR PATH LEAPS ALON6 THE CLIFFS. BELOW, THE SEA SPARKLES IN THE SUN, WHITECAPS SPANGLE THE BLUE, ANP THE .TIDE WHISPERS AMONG THE ROCKS. "HOW CAN ANYTHING SO BEAUTIFUL BE SO CRUEL?" SHOUTS DINAPAN. "YOU ARE LIKE A LOVELY WOMAN WITH A MISERABLE DISPOSITION!" _, „ . ^ . 20BO NEXT WEEK-The Jester lousBalot n .^

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