Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 5, 1968 · Page 6
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m . ,-, Jt f '£«£ Friday, April 5,1968 SIDE GLANCES By GILL FOX CARNIVAL HOPE (ARK) STAR, By DICK TURNER Pfinim By Ottsit FLASH GORDON , ' , , rift By OAH MWY I <S 1«« l|r HU, IK. Ul. I., US, M. Oil 'I don t think you're seeking inner peace at all, Leonard. I think you just don't want to put up the screens!" NOW, MY FAITHFUL, 1 WANT BRINS HIM HfR£ 76 TH6 6EIL TOWER/HIS l?E6tlLION IS OVER/ WHAf'STHAflHeAfftHAt *~~ UNMUSICAL SOOND? HAS S6fl»N 0t/f ftASH'S . WR A tttf stAVts SWIU* 1** TRANSMlTTBffS? SET HIM/ 66T HIM THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM INS HEARD OF SpUMY, OFPINg ff l«l k| HU, Inc. TM «•«. US. M. Oil. OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN WHV DOES A LUNCH BOX TOMATO ALWAYS MAKE you PEEL MORE iKE THROWIM' IT THAN EATIKJ' IT ? WELL, NOW WE CAW SEE WHICH IS TH FASTEST-"KUNNIN' I WAS SCAIRT ONCE AN' FELL IN A ROUNDHOUSE PIT AM' THE GUV CHASIN' ME FELL RIGHT ON TOP OF ME.' "KUNNIN' WAD " ' "He used to be an executive here—until he decided he needed more money!" BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG QUICK QUIZ Q —Who is the only person to be honored twice with the Nobel Prize? A—Madame Marie Curie. Her family is the only one to have three members as winners. Q — How many West Indian- Atlantic hurricanes occur in a year? A—The yearly average is from eight to 10. The largest number of hurricanes in any one year was 21 in 1933. OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE LOOK HOW k 600D FOR ABOUT £6AD,KHE ARE TIED UP WlTW CAM PHONE THAT 4HOW BUT THEY SAID YOU COULD A 6POT AWMOUMCE- ANNOUNCEMENT MAJOR PROGRESS HOOPL&/ KINS TH MEDIA* THE PHONE HASMY ALL MORNING MAY3E IT'S BECAUSE THE COflD 19 TWISTED SMS SAVS THINGS THAT OONV MAKE SEN8E 8UT THEY ALWAYS OUT THERE/ MOW- • -* I STftAlGMTENED ByV. T. HAMLIN ALLEY OOP by Kate Osann « 9 9 MEBBE THIS DOESN'T LOOK WILD T'VtXI, BUT THERE YEH,SOPID HEY/ /:..! HEAKD \ I/ LAY THINGS IN" IT YOU'LL NEVERf WHWSI SOMETHING \ LOW... SEE MOVING AROUNP IN V THAT?\. MOVING/ EVERGLADES PARK YEAH? WHAT IS IT? CRITTER ON EARTH. 1 By LESLIE TURNER CAPTAIN EASY Of COURSE. HERS! T» FEWER KSVft THE if$9 PAN6ER Of ONE FALUW6 WTO THE WRWfi HANP51 HAVE A COPX RETURN MINC1 WHATl ?E R WA9H* ' CAN'T FAU. INTO THE OF SflS9 FOR RIVMt. FIRM^? POSITIVE J BUT I BORROW TH' OTHER LAJ TOOPEW UP TOMORROW! HOME TONIGHT; MR.McKEEJMV WALLET AM 1 KEV5 WERE THROWN POWW TH'5EWER, • INCLUPIN 1 MV KEY! 9 ItW kj NU. IK. TJi l<| US. f.l. Off. "I tell you it'* all over between us—and all you have to tay is 'okay'????!!!! BUGS BUNNY By RALPH HEIMOAHL PRICILLA'S POP ByALVERMER GOODNIGHT Y IT'S BEEN AGAIN, J LOVELY... PETUNIA 1 . /GOODNIGHT, PORKY1 0 SEE YOU Y'NK3HT, Y IT'S LATER 1 . PORKYl JTAK1N 1 PETUNIA, PROMISED I'D BE THROUGH BAkJV-SITTIN' WITH CICERO BV NINE SO'S I C'N GET SOME SLEEP FER WV RSMIN' TRIP T'MORROWl HMAAl THE MAGIC NUMBER IS IS, SON-' I<S YEARS OR HAIRS... FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS THE WILLETS By WALT WETTERBERG f PUT NO MATTE 12- MOW ( MUCH ATTENTION] I \ ATTRACT, X FULUV INTEND TO WEAP MY LALIC6LS / WITH BECOMING MODESTY/ ! ^.> y t> > /' I'LL BE THE ( TAIL DO you SUPPOSE Alt. OF THE V ,\ BOME// WATER. 15 INTENSELY INTERESTING AS WELL AS INTENSELY WET,... Y0UU- NOTICE THAT WATER MOLECULES T&NP TO TOGETHER, ANP THIS INVOLVES A PRINCIPLE,,., TWO ELECTRONEGATIVE, ATOMS, SOCK AS OXY6EN, ARE OFTEN MELP TOGETHER BY A HYDRQ£EN ATO/A - A HYPRO6BN BOND EEK & MEEK By HOMER SCHNEIDER WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI tu.rc MAve TO KR6pAfttD TO Lie ACC DAY 1 ^ M ^ l )!> v '^ J> f(\ * ;> IV" WITHOUT GUI LTV ABOUT IT NO AVAIL FDR WINTHROR.. D/DHE67DP WRITING TOALLH(6 PEN RAL6? Y£€; —HE -SAID WITH THE MEAGER ALLOWANCE H^ GETS HE CAN T/ARFCeO TO RNI6H THATCALL TO EAT VOU6 LUNCH, i

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