Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 21, 1968 · Page 5
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March 21, 1968

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

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Thursday, March 21, 1968
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Pit* Sit SIDE GLANCES By GILL FOX CARNIVAL *)« (IMW) Sf M, By DICK TURNER FLASH GORDON THESE 8UAR8S IN SudH A DUMS PUtMEDWI, K5UMA6HAN/ YOU MWf/f THE BORN LOSER HBUO, By ART SANSOM WHAT A PLEASANT stwu/se, I AMP VDU TAUGHT "Rita had surgery, Paul asked Carla for a divorce, and "When I «§!d I correct you because I love you I didn't June was accused of shoplifting, Then the tube went mean I hate you when you behave!'* pflooie and spoiled my whole afternoon!" BLONDIE OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN By CHIC YOUNG WORRIEP ABOUTX yBS.THAT SELP-IWPLICTCP VOUR SRAWPFATH6R \ WlSERV TO PEMOWSTR>^r6 siwce HE ourrsMOK- HIS WILL POWER ISSET THE MAILAAAW'S / TIMS TO BE TOO MUCH MEVER WITHOUT HIS \ FOR HIM.' HE'S EITHER PIPE, AMP QRAWPPA'S \<3OT 1O STARTSMOK- LOOKIM6 MORE &££>•) IMS AGAIW OR STOP PERATE EVERV /<30lM6TDTHe DODRTO PAV.' r-^l OREETTHE MAIUMAM/ WAIT A MIWUTE, C3RAMP-" I THIWK THERE'S AMOTHER LETTER FOR SOU IM HERE SOMEWHERE.' QUICK QUIZ Q~,How far can frogs jump? A—Frogs, with their well- developed hind legs, are able to make tremendous leaps. Even the small cricket frog, whose body Is only an inch long, can jump three feet, while the American bullfrog has the reputation of making leaps of eight to 10 feet. Q —What is the profession of a demographer? A—Demography is statistical study of population and a demographer is one who does research on the subject. TIZZY MIIP OAQWOOO, I'D UKE "( TO oer vouc* OPINION ^-» ON SOMETHING s > * ABOUT GETTING RIO OP THE -/ AND 'II I'D am-HR. GET ONE MOQE OPINION BEFORE t DECIDE ALLEY OOP ByV.T.HAMLIN by Kate Osann OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE HE -SWAPPED FOR MV IMPORTED MUST HAVE HITCH - HIKED)/ 61LK .' I'VE ' - A -' n " ^ FEWER I COAT/ THE THREAD^ H B LEFT/f -STAINS OM A LOOK LIKE BUFFALO glLL v 5 JlDlNNER MENU/ : IR-5T 6AODLE- BLANKET/ I LEFT IT THERE IN AM EMPTY CANDV 0 0000 0 9 00000 09 O O TH' COMPUTER ANSWEREP TH 1 PROBLEM,, ALL RIGHT?. . AS HOW TO AMASS SUFFJCJEMT ...BUT HOW 7 THAT'S ALMOST ...IF THE EARTH ANP THE ASTEROID NAVE LIKE / THAT'S POLARITY, THEY'LL TEND/ ALL TO REPEL EACH OTHER. '. I VERY ENERSV TO OVERCOME THE ASTEROID'S ORBITAL VELOCITY.' AS GOOD A QUESTION... DO VOU DETERMINE THEIR POLARITY? CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER THE ANP THE VAN ROLLS POWNHILLiOUT OF BUGS BUNNY 'Why don't you spring clean in the WINTER when the weather isn't so nice?" By RALPH HEIMDAHL 1 IT MAY BE A MITE CROWPEP IN HERE UMLE55 WE THROW OFF A CHIFFONIER OR TWO 1 . HOPE HB POM'T &U5T PAT CUT GLA55- OHiOH! MOW Y0UPOW6 IT, JAKE! UNK5 50 HEAPSTRONGiSON, WE O NUTTIN' BUT STAMP &V ANP FROWM ON HI& SH6NAWIGAN& PRICILLA'S POP By AL VERMER /THE ONLY WAY T 1 GET A BETTER JOB 1ST' HEV, MISTER .SCMNOOQte, HAVE VAGOT A NMNUTE- URKt BUT, HONEV/ OUR AREA IS ZONEp AGAINST I WANTED A HORSE. 1 -i T DIDN'T WANT A PIANO! WE WOULDN'T WANT OUR NEIGHBORS TO COMPLAIN, WOULD WE? FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS THE WILLETS By WALT WETTERBERG A IW ki Ml*, he. TJli. ••! VS. rit. OM. S WHAT WHEN YOU *,- eR YOUR V APIUITY TP PAY ^•- YOUR EEK I MiEK By HOMER SCHNEIDER WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI

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