Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 20, 1968 · Page 4
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Saturday, April 20,1968 SIDE GLANCE By GILL FOX CARNIVAL HOPE (ARK) STAR, Printed ft Offset By DICK TURNER FLASH GORDON -"I'm sure, sir, a man in your position can fit this baby in under his debt umbrella!" * 1*1 If NEA. Inc. TM. l,g US. P.I. Oil THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE "Oh dear! This time I was hoping you wouldn't start the Presidential campaign so earlyl" BLONDIE © <e S>8ie& IW h MU, K TU. lt< UI M. OH. 4--"20 By CHIC YOUNG 6OOD GOSH, MOTHER, EVERY TIME HE DOES A WIMDOW HE LEAVES STREAKS AMP SMUPOES OW IT AMP WHEM I CALL IT TO HIS ATTENTION HE IWSISTS THEY'RE ON THE IN5IPE AMP THEM I HAVE TO SO YOU ALMOST HUGSEPAMP KISSED HIM WHEM HE ^ OFFERED TO DO THE OUT SIDES FOR YOU, SO DON'T COME TO ME WITH YOUR A TALE OF WOE.' AWYWAY, *jfl|| YOU'RE GETTING SOME THING FORMOTHIMG.SO DOW'T KMOCK IT.' OUT AMD fROVE HE'S WROUG.AWP... QUICK QUIZ Q — why does the moon have more influence on the tides than the sun? A —Tides are caused by the gravitational pull of the sun and moon upon the water. The moon, being so much closer, is the principal cause of the tides. Q—Who won the 1967 Nobel Peace Prize? A—For the second consecutive year, the Peace Pme was not awarded. (Newspaper Enterprise Association) TALK A90UT A ftSAL I JUST SAW A ORE3S THAT I CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT/ DAGWOOD, QUICK.' 1 NEED TWENTY- DOLLARS/ GOOD CLIPPING/ I JUST WANT A REAL GOOD CLIPPING / --i AROUND THE eoees / by Kate Osann ALLEY OOP wmr»To By V. T. HAMLIN OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN H9'5 WASTlM' HlSJ/tfAGUe \$ SCREAM- CLUB flW FOR RE5PON- < POLITIC6/HE TME NATIONAL HEAR HE MIS-SED WAVIN' Hl^ MA6IC SHOULD PAV FOR THE MANY MEET- WAND OVER TH& INTHB : COCAL 1NI65 HIMSELF HE- FOR60T THE 6KIP/ CLUBS /AMD HE WANT6 TO WIPE OUT LL DUE'S WA6 AWAY CAMPAI6N- IN6 SOUNPS LIKE JOE «re.s££rfgr; -&F&S? ^— ^ ' THAN OWE SLUG TO STOP A „.._ GROUND W\fV) *Cd D UNDER PINNY A { I T^Mi, CRUMBLED ANP ' M w **» IN THE SCRAMBLE, ! l \\ \ JOE KEENO LOST . \\\ . HIS BALANCE AKJP\J &.£-&( / TUMBLEP INTO Wl^. O // **'•**-, o THE BIG SWAMP HOLYCOW!! I CARE HOWGOOP SUMPIN'S WRONG.'/ I eOTTASO FINP our/ CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER ^ BUGS BUNNY "Once the football season was over, I thought TV would be more interesting—but now it's all baseball and politics!" By RALPH HEIMDAHL PRICILLA'S POP „„„. .. , RISHT, EA5yS 5AV$ SHE MAY ELOPE- LULUBELL& ( ON A HONEYMOON CRUI5E AMY PAV.., u, N f e SHE'LLVWHEN MERVYN FIMI5HE* 50K\B JOBl. 500N QUIT HER JOB i WA?H? ^•Z^T/-/ /^/r_ / / 5HBS TOO STARRyrBVBP TO THIMIC, STRAIGHH TOPAV 5HE 5WTINK OM PR.ROHATCH5 HANPS...AND 0OT tif STEPPBP OW. TRYIN 1 TO PICKUP HIS PRINKIW CUP I OH, MERWN»,t BLEW EVWYATTEMPT r TO SET THEM FIN6BRPR1NT(5'. AiAV/ THENII EVf M HME AROUSED HI* SUSPICIOUS/) MUST ACT 1&EFORE 'E SKIPS TOWNi ^•rxrwBi ToJreim" _ » it MU. Uc. By AL YERMEER BUT BOYS ARE MADE OF LIZARDS AND SNAILS AND PUPPY DOG So that's j V/here it went/ <3tRLS ARE MAD OF SUSAR AND SPICE AND ( TELL AAE IF I 1 /A GETTING CLOSE \ r TO THE DONKEY 1 . ^ NOWHERE'S IT! SURE \ POR.VCVI (CMOMP:)J WALT WETTERBERG THE WILLETS By HENRY FORMHALS COME RI6HF ,, ., D c^y EEK & MEEK By HOMER SCHNEIDER WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI I HAVENJ' A VUOf^O TO HER MOPJOIKJG! WKO SAVS 1 OAKJT IGNJORB INTO THE TU6/\ VtXlNGMAKI/ I'M (3^1 NG /

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