Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 20, 1968 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

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Saturday, April 20,1968 SIDE GLANCE By GILL FOX CARNIVAL HOPE (ARK) STAR, Mid By Offset By DICK TURNER HASH GORDON Hti. l«. T M. 1,, u.j. f., .-.-"I'm sure, air, a man in your position can fit this baby in under his debt umbrella!" THE BORN LOSER By ART SAHSOM OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE "Oh dear! This time I was hoping you wouldn't start the Presidential campaign so earlyi" BLONOIE 1M * HIA, U, TM. By CHIC YOUNG &X>& GOSH, MOTHER, EVERY TIME HE DOES A WIMDOW HE LEAVES STREAKS AMP 5MUR3ES OM IT AND WHEW I CALL IT TO HIS ATTEUTIOW HE INSISTS THEY'RE OU THE INSIDE ->l AWP THEM 1 HAVE TO SO OUT ANP f HOVE HE'S WROWS.AMP... VOL) ALMOST HUGSEPAKlP <ISSED HIM WHEW HE < OFFERED TO DO THE OUTSIDES FOR YOU, SO POW'T COME TO ME WITH YOUR TALE OF WOE.' ANYWAY, YOU'RE SETTING SOMETHING FOR MOTHIWS.SO DOWT KWOCK IT/ fiRAMPAW IHI * NU. W. TM Uf VI M. OM 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 Prize was not awarded. (Newspaper Enterprise Association) ^ I JUST WANT A REAL GOOD CLIPPING AROUND THE EDGES TODAY DASWOOD, QUICK.' I MEED TWENTY-PIVE DOLLARS.' 1 JUST SAW A 0«69S THAI 1 CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT/ TALK A3OUT A REAL OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN TIME IM CLUB //IN" FOR RE5PON- ( 5MILIN' 4MITH <SAYS ") (POLITICS / HE //SI0LE MEMBER- ,1 THE NATIONAL A] OU6WTA, BE- If -5HIP/ SOT 1 SHOULD PAV FOR THE 1 WAV IN' Hl£ MA&iqi HEAR HE MI4-5EP MANV MEFT- WAND OVER THE- IN69 HE- FOR60T THE CLU6S/AMD H& • WANT6 TO WIPE OUT ALL DUB <•>> NATIONAL DEBT.' WAS AWAV CAMPAI6N- IN6 = by Kate Osann ALLEY OOP ^S ByV.T.HAMLIN © IH4 k r NU, Inc. TM. li|. US. F.I. 0«. THAN ONE SLUG TO STOP A, PINOSAUR.' GROUNP UNPER PINNY CRUMBLED ANP IN THE SCRAMBLE, JOE KEENO LOST HIS BALANCE ANP TUMBLEP INTO , THE BK3. SWAMP CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER "Once the football season was over, I thought TV •would be more interesting — but now it's all baseball and politics!" y/HATit 7 KISHT, EA*VJ 5AV? $HE AWV ELOPe LULLTUELL& ( ON A HONEVWOO_NI CRUJM AMV PAV... «lfjr5 ?HE'LL\JVHEN MBRVVN 500N QUIT HE(Z OOBi WA?H jS_~~£~j£~7~_ ^~s / /T ~sl ^S S S S S >*/~Z^ ~7_/ / / ~7 / TOO 5TAHRVrBVBP TO THINK STRAISHTl TOPAV 5HE 5PILT INK OM DR.ROHATCH* HANP*.»AND GOT «1S? 5TEPPBP ONt TKVIN 1 TO PICKUP. \5 PRINKIW CUP I i OHt MERWN..I BLEW EVH»y ATTEMPT TO (^ THEM RNSERPRINT^J AWV IE^HWE >SSu«ED HI* suspicio»J5V)MUST ACT "TfeEFORE & 5WP5 TOWNi MV LUVJ., l», *J BUGS BUNNY By RALPH HEIMDAHL PRICILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER TELL ME IF m GETTING CLO5E TO THE DONKEY i SURE TMIN6; PORKY1 # \ NOWHERE'S ] IT! ^rr!S— FRECKLES H^P'gM' ^^ i^mr ^ __ By HENRY FORMHALS THE WILLETS BUT BOYS ARE MA OF LIZARDS AND SNAILS AND PUPPY DO<Sr TAILS By WALT WFTTERBERG AWO SOME PLAMTo HElSfA ^(ifeci BUT I'M GETTING SUSPICIOUS JUST THE SAWE / \H» »i KU, l« TM. l.| US f* QU. \i f •' EEK & MEEK By HOMER SCHNEIDER WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI > H^ 1 - TO HER ALL MOFUOINJ& ! O _.—^< A GCOD / ^X/v 6C»JSSING. / V <(' X K ex*. . Av-U^l LJLJl—17 WHY ARE

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