Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 27, 1968 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 27, 1968
Page 6
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By BILL FOX CARNIVAL I*DICK TURNER Q MM H Hi*. I*. tM. W U J. M. OK UH*6W f W3 WSSSSJ Iff SQUAB 1$ STIU DANOM6ife THE fc HIs Atttif out OP m m* COME.,. «t WAY IfAYt A Kfllf TW/ JWBI THiyUfi euro* *aeii,i!oe,wffi«uf TNI BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM "If JJm'i caught in the final, complete traffic tle.up, h«'i not going to lit there and starve!" "Use the word Income in * sentence? Every tfme we have something I likt for dinner in comt the relatives!" IT, rc SAWD," T«U SAID! OUT OUR WAY By NEC COCNRAN , WO -lOL) ODW'T-Y HAH.' ALREAPV V THE AUTOMATIC P>SH MDU'RS HGAOED / RDR6OT ABOUT \ WMSHE« PlDAWAV / THE TABLE ANP \ <iou, EH r UNHAMD NEVE* se A TRUE ~ NOTSWEAK-J ME AKT LET ME / PEACE AR0UWP HERE REFRESH -/OUR / UWTIL IT CAN COME IN AWD PICK UP ms, into our ON rr/ QUICK QUIZ <^— What is the fastest* growing tree? A—Discounting bamboo, which is not botanlcally classified as a tree, it is the Eucalyptus saligna which, in central Africa, has been measured to grow 45 feet in two years. , Q —Why are certain shrimps called "ghost shrimps"? A—Because of their whitish-yellow color. Since they spend most of their life below the surface of the mud, no protective coloration is needed. TIZZY BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG OAGWOOO 1 JUST HAD TME MOST I OA6AM.6D VOU RAN OFP WITH 1 DONT 6V6N LIKfi THAT MAkBfl rf •*/ OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE M THAT WORKED N -we CHY ELECTION/ AFTER 1 HOW C^N WC SHAKE UP, THE OWL9 NATIONAL ? <TTHE DISTRICT \ RUN SNUPFY ON tHE |Tf CLOSE, VJE .</ COLD DRIVE A (E l«a V, MU, IN. TM 00000000004 byKoteOionn ALLEY OOP By V, T. HAMLIN I'D MATH TO RISK suooe OP POWER IN /:.,rr Mxawr CAMAQE TUB r«OM THB SUN wrrHOinY BARTH EVEN MOW THAN ACWQUATH MGAMfl OT I THAT AffTEROD W«t WC«E (TON BY... X TRYING TO Wve«T/ WHETV4ER WE (TORMOT1 ?!);• •'f- V>»?': CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER WITH WASH PfOJBCT WO WOWPBK «cX£fi T If SHOOLP SOEMTI5T* 9TUM8LEP RfVOLUDONIze ON A 5UPBR LA58R/ ' W. EA5YI ; < BUGS BUNNY 'If th«y had no television when they w*r« kidt, I wonder how our' parents got their homework done'? 1 ' By RALPH HEIMOAHL ^ fTLL BVBW TRAW57 J WH(CH R0M/WP* M* TO MIT M1LLIOW5 Of! CALL MB PIANCS MOT TO PHONB CAI.L* AlA WR6ftT OUR P/XTB TV PHOCiRAM* IT TONlflHTS A fwsusH a«wr< WITH CULTURC! HOP* H« PON'T T M»TO ANOTHER I'LL STICK AROUNP WITH TH' 5CI8WTWTS 4 PRICILLA'S POP By At VERMER 'THERE'S COBWEBS^ IF VDU NOTICE \ ANYTHING ELSE, LET ME KNOW I I'M BU6V XTHA'S CLEANINQlOKA/i I'LL UNLAV. ON VER COUCH TILL PORKVGETS HERE I HIVA,PETUNiAl I TOLD I'D MEET 'IM HERE 1 . ONTH'CEILIN'.OUST ON 1 TH' PICTURE FRAMES, AN',,, By HENRY FORMHALS 10U MAY HAVC CUT' By HOMIR SCHHf IOER WONDER V-/ HAT'S ON TV-' THERE'S A NSW MIT ON TICKETS ARE GOING FOR <?75. I HAVE TO ENTERTAIN SOME IMPORTANT CLIENTS' ANY GOOD PLAYS IN TOWN THE WILLETS By WAIT WETTERBERG WMENTME OF A EVE- FINALLY ,., AMP A FEY/ HOURS OF RELAXATION) SEEM AT A AN P. WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI

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