Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 26, 1968 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, March 26, 1968
Page 6
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, Mrtk M, IMS SIOE6UHCES By GILL FAX CARNIVAL By DICK TURNER FUSff GORDON If DAN BARRY • ~~~~,,miMwmi» JKUSie.lDtHM.'IP «us. mfHeuf PUfflBft e* .' I tfe RUM tWAf, IWPf/ HAS A HOLD OVtR THEM/ THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM "If you don't have TV at your house, what keeps you quiet?" OUT OUR WAY ByNEG COCHRAN QUICK QUIZ BIONDIE "This mutt se«m pretty crude to you, Senator—using a gun, I meant" By CHIC YOUNG NOW WAIT A MINUTE, WART/ HE'S A LITTLE TOO M3UN6 FOR VOU TO TEACH HIM TO BOX, ISAJ'T HE * VEAH.BUTMOTTOO VOUWC) FOR MB tO BREAK HIM OP SUCKIM' HIS THUM6/ Q— Does the President of the United States ever wear a uniform? A— The President is a civil* ian, although he is commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces. Tradition forbids his appearing in the uniform of the military or naval services. OAGWOOD/ I'M GOING TO ( NE6O A LITTLE X MOftS MON/6Y V, POQ MV SHOPPtNO TftIP MONEY MONEY THAT'S ALL I HEAR I GAMY EVEN KEEP A LITTLB OP IT WMILC I'M MSRS OONT QBTSO UPSET Q — Which 's 'the one popular sport play ed in this country which.. is truly American in its origins? A— Basketball, invented in 1891 by James Naismith. (Newspaper Ent«rprlt« Auoclallon) by Kate Osonn or TIZZY By V. T. HAMLIN ALLEY OOP OOO00000000 090 BK3 BOCK COULD MB9S US UP W.BNTY, BVBN WITH * NEAR MISS) MIGHT BCSMAAT IP TV* BRITISH CUMULATIONS SEEMS WE MIGHT AS WEU. GtVC UP ON OUR SAVe-THe-VMDBLD PROJECT I THE-WORRY WART By MAJOR HOOPLE 'OUR BOARDING HOUSE NONE OF OUR NATIONAL MY-WORD, MOW CAN OR P60PPIN6 OUT OF OUR/ CUJ.OFF NATIOKIAL •OR6ANiZATIOM 1 NATION) At KEAD- WHAT VVpULO. BECOME OtO+IL ANt> ' 'SHOULD' PRESS FOP! PYHAMlC y By LESLIE TURNER CAPTAIN EASY JOVE. LULU 8EU&...V0UK KNACK OP 5K>niW« BUT I CAMC TO A LlflHT L.UUI 5UKB ON THE HOLI BU81 LCMMfi 9« YOUR PA5> AUILPIN'I « IHI k, MA, W. TX !•» B.J. »rf. Ml "Our family tree go«t buck a long, long way! Would you b«li«v* my paternal grandfather was born in th« fat* Nineteenth Century?" 1JHE NICATION6 By AL VERMER PRICILLA'S POP By RALPH HEIMDAHL BUGS BUNNY NOT ONLY THAT BUT SHE'S REALLY BEGINNING TO IMPROVE! LISTEN! HER HOUR is UP AND SHE'S STILL Pf?ACTIClN<S.' HIRING VtX/AS CASHIER FISH MARKET HAS GOT ' LAUGH OP TH'YEAR, ' SYLVESTER! " I HAVEN'T TOUCHED A HALIBUT SINCE I STARTEP WORKING! MY EMPLOYERS HAVE COMPLETE CONFIDENCE HOWEVER, IT IS QUITTING TIME AND I MUST RUSH TO CATCH MY BUS—URK1 fiW flSH "•iirJiT/" 1 ' P^ii*. w«<« ***». t iT Vj»' *v" By WALT WETTERBERG THE WILLETS By HENRY FORMHALS OK AX THEN TWE wny CANT we \expecr TAlVfAgoW «v NOW?// OPNTTEOU THe By DICK CAVALLI HOMER SCHNEIDER ECK i MiiK A C0UDJTIOU THAT TO UJHAT CALL THe OQQQ — I F££L- WHY I SHCXP / THAT MOUTH i% ©pew WAY, ;

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