'; HVMBOLV'f STANDARD Saturday, April 14, 1962, P. 15 I" CARMICHAEL LADIES DAY "Isn't that sweet! That Iiorse you liked so much likes you too!" U.ITTUE UI3E ! The world is beset with space problems -- parking, apartment and clothes closets. t NEA Â« All-Stars 4-I4- "Do I make you nervous, dear?" "So far she's had 118 children and every one has made her nervous!" LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE By Harold Gray THE FLINTSTONES By HANNA-BARBERA HOT EVEN A WHISPER OF A BREEZE!THEY HAVENT SPOTTED US VETl DON'T CWE START TH' NOISY MOTOR! THIS SITTIN' DUCK ACT . SURE IS NERVE-WRACklN'.' $\o ANHIE TWUKS -/HRE WORRIES, EH? THE LAUNCH AND TWENTY MEN! I TELL YOU IT ATE THEM IH ONE GULP.' X IT-ITS IMPOSSIBLE! IT'S A SEA MONSTER/ AT LEAST A I SEA MONSTER . CAN'T COME ASHSgE! THE BLAST THAT DESTROYED KttRBUCKS' SHIP MUST HAVE AWAKENED IT.' WAS eotte PA9S\Â» THRtfUSH TOWN WANTING MAMMOTH CAVSS ALLEY OOP MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs By V. I. Hamlin IT'S THAT NEW STUFF Y'SOT THERE; i DON'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT AN' YOU T DONT EITHER.' IF IT. REALLY WAS TH' ' SAME MACHINE, YOU WOULDN'T A-PUT THAT i SIX-POUND WORD IN THERE T'TELL ABOUT BUGS BUNNY YOUR B I R T H D A Y and Tomorrow SATURDAY, APRIL 14 - Borr oday you have a very high de gree of determination which car ries you on toward your ultimate pal. You never seem to knov vhen you are licked and you wil persevere against all odds to win out. You have a gay and vivacious personality which belies Ihe sei ous nature that lies not too deeply underneath. Music and the arts are the fields in which you wil e happiest and here you are able o allow full play of your imagin ation and rapier-like wit. Affectionate and loving, you wil! mdoubtedly tfave more than one omance before you settle down o the serious business of mar- iage, buying a home and raising family. Yet, this will bring you xceptional happiness and joy, 'ou women, rather shy and relir- ig, will awaken the protective nstinct in those of the stronger ex. You will have many admirers nd it is up to you to make your election before you are conaid- red romantically fickle. You men make excellent busi- ess executives and you are able put over a project with great ase. A new idea is your greatest [easure and joy. To promote nd ultimately have it fully ac- epted is the top of your dream, ou will make fine promotional nd advertising administrators, as 'ell as doubling in the idea class s well. Among those born on this date re Thomas R. Woodford, Vail nedal winner in 1961; James ranch Cabell, author; Sir John ielgud, English actor; Justin mith Morrill, Vermont legislator; unius Spencer Morgan, financier. To find what the stars have in ore for you tomorrow, select our birthday star and read the orresponding paragraph. Let your irthday star be your daily guide. Sunday, April 15 ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 201--Aftei your morning devotions, spend thi balance of the day in a friendly social manner. TAURUS (Apr. 21-May 21) -- A fine Sunday, for a change. Gail inspiration and joy from you; devotional exercises. GEMINI (May 22-June 21) -Beginning a period of much bet ler good fortune than previously so take full advantage of it. CANCER (June 22-July 23) - A day when yoi can bring togethei relatives and friends in a singli community to advantage. LEO (July 24-Aug. 23 -- Avoid all business matters if at all pos sible and concentrate on spiritual and intellectual interests. VIRGO (Aug. 24-Sepl. 23) Your day to make a fine impres- lion. Put your best foot forward, Seek spiritual encouragement. LIBRA (Sept. 24-Ocl. 23-Join 'riends in quiet, Sunday activi ies, beginning at church service and ending, perhaps, with a social] evening. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Combine social and domestic in erests in a fairly sensational manner. Entertain with a flair! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 22) --Take time today to make a Â·areful plan for next week when r ou can accomplish much. CAPRICORN (Dec. 23-Jan. 20) --Face forward and take a new ook at life! You can mold your ife successfully, if you act now. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Feb. 19) -- oin others in a program of church and community affairs. You will gain public stature. PISCES (Feb. 20-Mar. 20) There is a chance for romance oday. Take a good look around Â·on: make a selection. THE STRANGE WORLD MR. MUM OUIMHAWvSAMD THIS DRAWING 60 TO ELWOOD GARY NEW IBERIA, LA. (ULP!) ARE YA SURE TH' BRAKES ON THIS LI'L 8U6 WILL HOLP _ON THIS HILL, ELMER? $ H/MAM...!'M NOT . TAKIN' ANY CHANCES! BLONDIE By Chick Young DO YOU REALLY THINK Â·fOU .CAN STRIKE OIL VJITH THAT LITTLE }-; DRILL ? ] -"- 7 I . % ( DON T \CARE CARNIVAL By Dick Turner SHORTRIBS By Frank O'Neal OPEN SEASON "Will you shut off that rsdio?-you're scaring all the fish away!" YMOA! DURN.I MISSED RIM. WS WHO LOCKS LlkÂ£ HE'S iREAUVSOINS: SOMEPLACE.. WHOOPS! HE STOPPED., NOW HE'S 60IN6 BACK LIKE tiÂ£'6 FORGOTTEN SOMCTHINS,. AND NOOJ HES TAKIN6 OFF AGAIN... IT JOST KILLS ME NOT kNOuJING DJHAT A BUG COULD POSSIBLE HAVE TO FORGET.' LI'L ABNER By Al Capp D'IS GONNA GIT KISSED, V/HUTEVER , VO'IS --WHETHER ,, YO'LIKES IT OR NOT// "Same old thing, M a b e l . . . I'm watching a 15-year-old movie, on a 10-year-old set, in a 5-year-old dress!" Â· Â· SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer THERE OUSHTA BE A LAW By Fagaly and Shorten WHY, CHOLESTUA.YOLI V COLLY. VWULP YOU V.ORK SO FAST.' ONl/A LiT THE SEAMS OUT YESTERCftY IT VMS y ^ OF THI6 SUIT FOR CLOTH AMP TOR4Y f ^-^- 7 /HE Z YOU you've ALMOST Sf ^7 ^\~\ HMS GOT MY VKSTJ A 5FAU.Y /A SUCH A FW ^- PI ^$ffifr\$ffi, WOULPNT Â£5E ANY \ NEEPLB TEOUBLe TO CHANGE Kl JJ THE BUTTONS ON THIS BLOUSE, 1VOULP IT/ PEARS yUP! SHE WRKS JSHS COULPA )SH6 SETTER USE BAST BLfT ONLV \ MAPE A / HEK KNACK ON FOR THOSE SWEET I FORTUNE- \ MY WNTS SOON TALKERS'. SHE \ WITH HEfc I. OR I WON'T STILL AIN'T HENKP\ THIM6LE M WEE SHOW UP MV LAST SUMMER'S; BUT SHE l^, AT SCHOOL: 'ATCHING MOM GATHER BOUOUETS FOR HER NEEPLE- \vORK WHILE HER FAMILY WLLS APART AT THE SEAMS,' BUREAU OF INCOME TAX AH'LL MANAGE IT; THROUGH YORE. PORTHOLE .'. r CUSS YO'.'.'-VO'LOCKED IT ^ FUM TH' IMSIDE, WIF VORE LI'L S TEETH, NO DOUBTA' -- OH, WHY IS^O'SHY?- ,- ^ DAVY JONES AS LIZ BORDIN HOVERS NEftRBY, SUZY BENAY'S MIND BEGINS PLAYING TRICKS.' SHE SEES LIZ AS A MONSTER OF THE DEEP CIRCLING ITS PREY... INSTEAD OF A DIVING BUDDY. By Leff and McWilliams SUDDENLY-UNCONTROLLABLE PANIC SEIZES SUZY AND SHE DARTS BLINDLY AWAY FROM HER TORMENTOR...INTO A HORRIBLE TRAP.' ABBIE and SLATS By Raeburn Van Buren "Shouldn't you be horns recuperating? Pop said you 'iad a hard heart!"
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