Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 19, 1968 · Page 7
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 7

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, February 19, 1968
Page 7
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f, frtrultf 19,1968 ilDE OUNCES By GILL FOX CARNIVAL By DICK TURNER FLASH GORDON By BAN IAMY HIRE JU§T f WSJ 8«>Kf S JOI TOOK •He tells me he doesn't want to get into the mainstream of life because it's polluted!" "I'd say the best thing to do till I arrive it go out and borrow some money!" OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN / WOW LISTEN) A MIMUTE BE/ FOfcG YOU START TO HOLLER I --1 MEAMSAYAMyTHI 7 AS SOOM AS 1 GET THE / REST OF THESE JARS V FILLED I'LL GLEAM UP THE FLOOR AND... "MC S&te m^& ItXX WHAT •rtXJ'LL DO IS TAKE THAT LA7Y FRAME OF N9URS RIGHT OUT TO THE aARASE AMP 6£T ANOTHER ASH CAW/ JUST BECAUSE I'VE QUIT PUTTIM6 UP FRUIT FOR. THE WIWTER DOESWTMEAW MOU'RE GOItiO TO PUTUP.4SHES FOR THE REST OF THE WIWTER/ •?^S ~ .*•. f vTV- 5? QUICK QUIZ Q — Has our national goo- ernmenl ever been debt-free? A—Although the national debt has never been actually liquidated, the Treasury had sufficient funds in 1835-36, during President Jackson's second term, to meet all outstanding indebtedness. Thus, the government was out of debt at that time. Q—In what year did Jack Dempsey attempt to regain his heavyweight boxing title? A—In 1927. (Newspaper Enterpriu Auoclolion) TIZZY BLONOIE By CHIC YOUNG THESE BIROS- APIS THEV ^-*S LOVEBIRDS ) * '_ **~^ - TW6N WHY A£*E THEY SITTING ON OPPOSITE/ ENDS OP TWE PERCH? \ \ byKotcOsonn ALLEY OOP OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE , YOU'LL N TO TAKE AND / TW& BACK LOVB.THERES NO NEED to DEMEAN THE MANOR FROM A FALSE OF FIN AT-Kl AL DI4.TRE^.6 / IT 4O HAPPENS THAT MV — 6K, A— Dl^OVEPW HAVE PROFIT / UM-UAK .'—I WAS PLANNIN6 TO T.AMOS YOU.' Koorv\/Vou / ^OWEP ME ' D\JEART6 ARE- e IHI k, HU, Uc. TM. t.| Ui >•>. ON. By V. T. HAMLIN . WITH MOO OCCUPIED BY MUST NOT BS SUCH A i TW SOUINKS, TWERE'S / BAD PLACE, SaEIN*3 GCMN'TO_) MOWHERH ELSE V MOW SO MANY Of OUR YOUTOP1A? L_ TO SO/ ^r-J PEOPLE WENT TWERE; CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER Q ft fi U 0 tf g Q 1 it t fi fl 0 0 (JO 0 Q O BUGS BUNNY "What my father can't understand is that when I discuss my financial problems with him I don't want advice, I want cash!" By RALPH HEIMDAHL WHY. 5HOKCI UWHOOK TH f LL'» OWNSR MAY MOT HIM ORAIIW 300 MU.B5, FROM HOMBi JAke..ANO PAY DA / AHtL PRiVft LCAVB RAM>e» WIP U5... TO AVOIP TO.TOWN.ANP CALL HIM 1 . IF HI* ATTITUDE AIN'T rrt> *AVp 70TIN' WATER A»f TO GET INJIPfc ANP HIM Tilt PRICILLA'S POP By AL VERMER GOT ITl *^_ THANK GOODNESS! IT'S BWAND NEW I NEVER TOO BUSY T' HELP A FRIEND! I WAS RUNNING- DOWN TME FREEW/^C AMD <ALL TWESE BLONDES WERE CWASINS- ME! ., . I WAD '•' (THAT CRAZY DREAM AGAIN- OW, WALDO! I WISM VOU'D STOP/ OR STOP RUNNtNO- ff? FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS THE WILLETS FUNNY THIN&; ALL OF A I 6ET THI& UR6E TO GO MORTM WHERE IT'S C0LP J TD GO THIS URGE 16 . UNCONSTITUTIONAL / •.AMD NWEM SHE SAID * WHY DON-T YOU CO^e By WALT WETTERBERG IN5TINCT 15 A HARP TASKMASTER • Ml* W I» I.) v 1 »« Oil UK I MEEK By HOMER SCHNEIDER WINTHRQP By DICK CAVALLI THAT'S SPOILED B>V A*J TQQTH I f I'P T<? FLYAWAY THINOTWAT ?e _r\

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