Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 18, 1968 · Page 6
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April 18, 1968

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

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Thursday, April 18,1968 SIDE GLANCES By GILL FOX CARNIVAL HOPE (AM) st MI, tmti By DICK TURNER FLASH GORDON f 1 _ Q2^% -— <£ <f--'8 "That's typical with this channel! Even the weather man .s editorializing!" 'yoU'REA5tUSeoi?N MAN, EGON/ YOU £OUIP HAVE SAVet? YOURSELF THE BORN LOSER ByARTSANSOM L+-I9 "But, Dad, I can't be rude and hang up on Jimmy right '- the middle of the new album he's playing for me! OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN OH.THAT'S FUMMV/ I'VE KNOWKJ YOU TO COME UP WITH SOME GOOP OKIES, BUT THIS HAS CaOT TO BE VDUR GREATEST. VES, I THOUGHT SO,TOO.' THAT SHOULP 5ILEWCE YOUR SNIPE COM- MEWT5 ON "THIMBLE"ASH TRAYS AROUWP HERE, SAVE YOUR SHIRT FROM BECOMING AN ASH PUMP-- AWD IF YOU'LL JUST GIVE THAT STO6IE A TAP MOW AMP THEN YOU WOW'T EVEU HAVE TO REMOVE IT FROM VOUR FACE. HEROES ARE MADE-WOT BORM QUICK QUIZ BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG Q—How many times has the United States been without a vice president? A—16 times — eight times because of a president's death, seven times because of the death of the vice president himself, and once because John C. C a I h o u n resigned to take a Senate seat. Q—For how long have awards been presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences? A—Since the 1927-28 sea- TIZZY MR. DITHERS OUR OPERATION HERE IS BEHIND THE TIMES WITH MY ABILITY I COULD BRING THIS BUSINESS RIGHT UP TO DATE IVE GOT MEAD POR THE SPACE AG£ •VELL, I'LL ADMIT? FOR YOUR AGE THERE'S A LOT* OF SPACE IN YOUR HEAD.' " O by Kate Osann ^TBTT ALLEY OOP ByV. T. HAMLIN OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE ' PEK£0 BY PETTY FINANCIAL DETAIL'S/ U BUT IT HAS TO EGAD. TWI66S. IN THIS AS& OP % CAMPAI6NIN6 I'M THERE'S HO GOLDR'SU ! THIS POND, MASOP / I'M NOT TRYING TO TAKE IT WITH ME, WE MODERN. CANDIDATES LIKE TO 6ET"A-PFtoHUE: OPTA& VOTERS, THEN MOLD OUR IMAGE FOR MAXIMUM IMPACT/ — UM-HAK/-*— WOULD 5E A -START/ TILL. I ffl IB 1*1 ki NtA, IK. TM lt« US r.l. Oil RIPING TOO CLOSE TO THE EDGE WHICH CRUMBLED... JOE WAS SENT TUMBLINQ DOWN INTO THE BIS SWAMP CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER "I'll have to hang up — my back is killing me I" AFRAIP TO ADMI VOU (WWT LEAWT MINE WA* TO WALLET TO PINP TH' NEW TO TH 1 VAULT JOTTEP DOWN I TUAT THUS THREW IT AT ONCE- AND POWN TO' ! 5eWER ] RURNT TH' PAPER BEFORE t COULP MEMORIZE IT 1 . IWTO OR. ROHATCH'5- OFPICE-i McKEE'D $KIN ME'. NOW I \ HE ' ' BUGS BUNNY By RALPH HEIMDAHL PR|C , LLA . S POP /ARE YA SUR.E ALL THESE ( PACKAGES WILL PIT IN VER CAR .ELMER? " CER.TAINLV I KEEP. PILING THEM'INI HERE'S TH 1 LAST ONE,DOC 1 . FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS so — AND THF MAN PUSHED ME" INTO THE \ THAT'S STREAM AND MADE ME FETCH T^E BONES yJ^riERE THOSE THRipry S^VIPEP FROM TME AAUSEUM/X g,oN£5 CAME 1!— \ FROM ( LITTLE KNOTHEAD f EVER BRIMS ANOTMEJ2. IF A 006 15 A MAM'S HE'S PUTTIN6 AN AWFUL STRAIN A PEMJT1FU WILLET s ByWALTWETTERBERG 2 " ,/^ EEK & MEEK By HOMER SCHNEIDER WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI r^ O - ^ID n i I PIP n! pkJORLD HLP 1 A f\?IAJT FOR I' 7 f THINfei CHJF6 JU^T 3{ N£'< HlOH B H

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