Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 20, 1968 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, February 20, 1968
Page 6
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lOPf fAHR Sf Alt PfWrt Ijf WfiMt By DICK TURNER FLASH tut torn t THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM It's called going-through-a-phase. What do you say ' . we try If?" You'll find that I, too, like to keep thing* 'turned on'! Especially the front room llghul" 4 win ****** **•!!*** OUT OUR WAY By NEC COCHRAN By CHIC YOUNG QUICK QUIZ BBTWeEN A ASNIT J AND A <1 / HERE'S WHERE WE BEAT X / WRON6/ VOl/RB FO*<56TTIM<9 f our doLPiE WITH THE GIRLS/ ) [ ABOUT SYMPATHY FOR. THE IWE'RE CUTtlW A FEW FANCV ^\ UNPERPOiS/ HE'S BOUND TO ft CAPERS, AW' HE'S HAVIW TROUBLE ] <3O DOWM, ANP WHEN HE D6E6 "JUST kEEPIN' C5N HIS FEET/ HE 7 THEVLL BE OVER THERE TO MAY IMPRESS TH 1 LAPIES ^^/ HELP HIM UP-'AWP WHEN WtTM HIS <SLIB TON6UE, I i TH4fT HAPPENS WB MlSHT BUT HERE ON THE ICE J f AS WBLU SKATE OFP INTO THE W1LP BLUE VONPER./ OM.CJASWOOO, Q— How did (he channel in the Bast River between Long Island and Manhattan Island 0et the name of "Hell Gate?" A— The general belief is that the name came from the Dutch "Hellegat" (beautiful pass) by which name the whole 6f the East River was once known. t NCVEP. WHAT YOU GALLED IT Q— What is meant by the expression "retreating into an ivory tower"? A— Figuratively, an "ivory tower" is a place of escape from the reality of the outside world into a world of one's By V. T. HAMLIN ALLEY OOP by Kott Oionn JUST Y«H, A MBOrrATING ON COULD ) TV* BEAUTY Of* BE... 7 TWEJR IDYLLIC PARADMtEf ORSITTIN ALL ASLEEP AROUND 60MKWWERB STUFF1N' THEMSELVES WITHQOOO1ESI THATW WHAT TH'SION SAYS; LOOVi! ARE IN VOUTOPIAl By MAJOR HOOPLE OUR BOARDING HOUSE U4/WE'RE EVEN OLDER)!,AW.I'VE ) vtHAN YOUR 5OKe6.f> <5OT CIO\N THAT AtAOS FINALLY HAS) |- 3AK fe / BUT WOW FEW'BUCKS ITHOU6HT ^\COfA6 YOU^E WITCH-IN IN AE'D. $AVE TME SPO0K4 FOR MlKlN' AKOUNP i'AliiOVJEEI'J'/^fl^W-H'A^/^ I WON'T READ (. ^9i THE WAY/HOW COW^/V'A SAjLBKEAK^r-' -\ HAVEN'T BEEN By LESLIE TURNER 50MJ L»T HIM OKAZB WHILB HB 3 STOP 0ROW9 ft 1-4 j, HUi i^. TJ-I . l^. Ui frf, 0*. "I ought to get rid of this on*— it givtt ME headacht!" By AL VERMER PRICILLA'S POP By RALPH HEIMDAHL T^IT'e THE HALF ( HE M6AWS TMAT \J30THERS ME/ DON'T JENNV LU! CARLYLE DOESN'T MEAN HALF ME SAYS-' r-r KNOW BUGS BUNNY NOW BEAT IT AND ' ^- *' KNOW WHAT ARE"? YOU'RE A PEST/// PO I WIN ANVTHING? SYLVESTER/ By WAIT WETTERBERG THEWILLETS By HENRY FORMHALS QUG6TIQU ABOUT WAV v' /r- — /va? <S<?r 4 1 6 V /M$r//VCr , I'M A HOMING IN- *3 WARPIN6ER FUMCTIONIN6/ ^§PRIN<&, AMP INTiR6TATgyWA$ WHAT A&OUT MQPTH ** By OICK CAVALLI By HOMER SCHNEIDER Ht' KJP TOOTHLESS AMD TO A CHIU?-.. PAIK7EQA

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