Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 13, 1968 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 13, 1968
Page 6
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TOM(I», FrtfMfJ 13, SIDC GLANCES By GILL FOX CARNIVAL W« (Mf) STM, *W*i * Off$« By OICK TURNER PUSH GORDON 2.-I3 'fi Hlllf MW, bt. f X. N. Ul M M. « t«U H NU. W m I*. ttl'M OH, AtAXf? 1 tflOUGHt fCU HAP WtHW «*!»*. » 100*10 AS ff* 8H6 WOH't WWW ME/ THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM "I get $1 an hour, but if t chase him all afternoon I'll have to charge extra for mileage!" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN 'But, Dad, Jimmy DOES look to the future! Why do you think he always looks so depressed?" QUICK QUIZ BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG HE NOBS• * ( A LOT PA5TEP THAN MB T CAN i eoppow ittKk Five DOLLARS? JF 1 / I'M JUST ABOUT FINISHED ~ / WOW--TH6Re'S OMLV OWE — •/ THING \VROWG>,THOUGH--1 _J HAPDA GIVE TOD YELLOW HAIR, OO VOU HAVS AMY* MONEY OMVOU 0— What mayor o/ Ncto York CUy once read the comic strips ouer the radio? A— D u r t n g a newspaper strike, Fiorello La Guardla gave a Sunday morning radio performance of reading the comic strips for the children of Manhattan, V <3M ACCOUMT OF ALL I COULD / P PIMP WAS A VVHlSK BROOM.' - 1 1 HOPE VOU \VOJ'T MIWP r- X. HAVIkl' BLONPE HAIR.' Q— .Which president uww honored by the first equestrian bronze statue in this country? Andrew Jackson. The statue stands in Lafayette Park, Washington, D.C. Replicas of the statue are in Nashville, Tenn., and New Orleans, By V. T, HAMLIN ALLEY OOP WC V/ONT ABOUT TW' , ANV\WW, THAT DIP KlWPA P1TO6LEM MY OOSH, UMPA, AINT WU GOT \hW6OW3 GONNA WHATCMA MATTA J OU-t MB ANY HrT by Kate Osonn A couwrKY wnviou s, AMY PBQPtB IN IF By MAJOR HOOPLE OUR BOARDING HOUSE HEH-H6H/ VOU SHOULDN'T BE-SO SURPRISED, TIM/ YOU'RE FORGET- SAY.YTHE WAYTHI^ <. I Loo«s)\-nN6 1 OMB THE MAIM ADDRESS WI6 AoME FILLED WeV LIKE ( AT THE SILVER ANNIVERSARY SN'.T J Uf? $OMEOM6 % 6 (\ YOU'VE Jl DIMMER OF THE CMEF'6 AM APPLE IM r WlNMER,f)THEY'6AVe ME A MV MOUTH// V MAJOR.// \OVATIOM FOR OME OF MY RECIPES /> By LESLIE TURNER CAPTAIN EASY WB- POH-H-. - / WONOBR WHV HE DIPM 1 T TURN Ps-s-s-t! Dee Dee, your blouse is showing!" By RALPH HEIMDAHL By AL VERMER PRICILLA'S POP I COULD BE A BEACH BOY M//YOU'D BETTER CHUCK THOSE DUDS AND TO I'VE GOT To <50 BACK! < JOB IS MY ISLAND!CALLIN CALLING-TIDO.BOTTS! BUGS BUNNY WMAT VOU /WHAT VA DO>N"N BUGS, WILL VOU GIVE ME A PUSH TO THE HILL 50 I CAM START CAR? AS A BULL TODAY— V S'POSED T' BE \^IN TH \fA /^ UPSY- DAISY! SURE THIWS, PETUMlAi BUT I JUST REMEM&ERE&, By WALT WETTERBERG THE WILLETS By HENRY FORMHALS H-^ll 'I I " .' ttf, DOMT -'.U^e A^4 s r' Y<?U MEAN YOU 60T PROTO STC?CK ? 61VE /i^f TME KEY TO ( AENiE. JUST SERVE A mp BOY WHEN YOUR ARMS HAVE BEEN 5TRETCMEQ EWOU6W, TIAEY'UL PUT YOU IN I THINK, I5SIT STOMACH By OICK CAVAUI By HOMER SCHNEIDER RUTIWONPEEZIFHE LIVES «A) BRCOKLVA) OR KMM. ITAPP6AKS THAT 6PME OTHER KID ' TC? PBOSLEM 16 DOWT UJ5 OFF TOO MVtH . ITS JUST ROTTPW!

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