Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 22, 1968 · Page 6
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day, April 22,1968 IDE GLANCES By GILL FOX CARNIVAL HOPE (AW) STAR, Printed ft Offset By DICK TURNER FLASH GORDON fir DAM BAWY IKI k. NCA. 1f.c. T.M. «<|. U.S. M. Oil. MAY6E OUGHf f0... BUt I CAN 1 rJUSf LlAVt. YOU THE BORN LOSER ALL R16KT, YOUU& MM, MOW. »TO By ART SANSOM 'Does he know any WORDS? Madame, he spent a year "Qh, I don't have any trouble getting Junior to wash «* M +1% A D MB>L«A|AIJ .-V « KA M • • M I f t ._., . I.I l__Lt.-l..L. A.L..«Xui,>feL»l«k4y« «VA4* on the Berkeley campus!" OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN off the ring around the bathtub — the trick is to get him to leave one there in the first place!" C t«« t, HU, W. tM. I*. US. M/CW. 4- -22. COME OM, PAP, BURN IT ISJ.' I MEEP PRACTICE IN HAKIPLIWG. THE HOT ONES MOT THOSE SLOW LOBS YOU'VE BEEK) TOSSIMGJ LET'S SEE WHAT YOU CAM PO, EASY DOES IT, SPOR7--DOWT GET \ CARRIED AWAY YOUR FIRST TIME OUT/ A FEW FAST OWES AND YOU'LL HAVE YC/UR WIM(3 IM A SLIM.3-- SO COOL IT, AMP MAYBE WE CAM A SKIP THE RUBDOWMS AKIP n\f\\ • —-, RESRETS THIS QUICK QUIZ BLONDIE Q — Hoio keen is a dog's sense of hearing? A—Tests show that dogs can tell apart sounds which are so close in pitch that the average human being is not able to tell the difference. Experiments conducted on dogs show that they can distinguish between musical notes one-quarter of a note apart. Q~W h a t U.S. president proclaimed the first Mother's Day? A—Woodrow Wilson in 1915. (Newspaper Enterprise Association) TIZZY By CHIC YOUNG OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE A COPY Of MY ?L06AN 10 EVERY }/ CALENDAR O'A \ CLU£ IM THE r^fLUMlNOL^ OV-A6 : NDTHIN6 LIKE- A V( BUT I'VE- 60TTOy POSTCARD TO PUT ADMIT IT'£ <^ IM A PEVEft Si SETTER THAM PITCH, MAJOR / I iL AST ^OPPOSE YCU'LU FOLLOW IT UP WITH A poifKErTr-^ PM^MIN' '£M ALL COLLECT/./ M [ I WAS HOPISK3 YOU COULCJ 9ECAUSS i OH, DA<3WOOD GU6SS WMO CALLED VOU TOOAV 1 CAN'T euess IT'S ME, I'M HOME/ By V. T. HAMLIN by Kate Osann <JTB ttfSIS^A r.,^v^A mE v TIME ALL THIS TO POC ... SONNA DO FOR AN ENGINEER TMELP "EM STOP THAT ASTEROIP FROM BUMPIN 1 TH' EARTH NEXT JUNE? AN' OSCAR... CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER I COULP Y BUT FIRST WE MUST STOP THE KICK ME^gUF ROTTER PROM SKIPPING TOWN FOR TIPPIW'V ...PBRHAP5 WITH RESEARCH OPF KWATCH ~~ THAT HI? REAL. /PfiNTirV IS 5U5PECTEpi BUGS BUNNY GIMME A DIFFERENT ROOM'. THE LIGHTS ON VER SIGN KEEP WE AWAKE I/? ^ SORRY 1 NOTHING AVAILABLE 1 . "You'll find my father lives in a little world all his own —Vietnam, the Arab-Israeli conflict, taxes, school strikes, the national debt, elections, political graft..." By RALPH HEIMDAHL •• • o LATEi WA5H. IU * "" DRIVE SOU . LULU BELLE ^^^^KSSl « |j^^^ ROHATCH'5 ™^^ -i»««v « WIGHT!' CAR... HE'S WORKIKI LATE AT A WcKEB t-ABl I'LL POP VOU OFF THERE AMP GO FOR A BOBBV TO 'ELP MAKE THE ARRE&T. IF'ECOMH? OUT, STALL Wl TILL WE ARRIVE! Y ROOMS OP PRICILLA'S POP By AL VERMER I WISH VDU'D SPEAK TO MV HUSBAND, , REVEREND WEEMS. 1 THE WAV ME PLAVSj MRS. BOTTS... S ISN'T IT A SIN .-IT'S A SIN ANY DAYY (TO PLAV GOLF V ON SUNDAYrX.o *, N — __—---Zft<l \Jf-. . - i«u k, NU. ix Yu >«. us r.i OH. i t i FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS THE WILLETS By WALT WETTERBERG Tue^ PLAM To IM ,/' '^$X r otTAVJAYCAP. 7 VJHEPE" \ \A)lT*4 THE EM6IME 1 APE THEY " _ . WOW ? AMD I WA>NT TO OVE V-IP5 Pi AM NJ I TO POP A PAN) THF ^ x GETAWAY CAP. < DOWN THE STCEET, TO 6ET >T \ STAPTEO/ 'M AFRAIP I'M BEGINNING IQ-9-8-7-6-5-WELU, I DON'T f*\ A A CTJ I ^^\A/ T V A //*^C"Df"^W t ^ * ^* x-i/—»v ^^ A r~*.^^t »•** »*^ P—vy A^>«^iw^f TO /MELLOW—I WORRY ABOUT TRE OLDER JU5T WITK ABOUT IT, EXACTC.V-4- ALARM AMP LET IT 60 AT I **W 1"^ fl^^ i I >4 «v« i t A. *••> i 1 A » t pfc J . »•• •»** J t *••* t««. us. tt» OH EEK & MEEK By HOMER SCHNEIDER WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI OH, BOY! I ^^ OH, C'MOM' THE SfcASOM THA I HOPETHEr ci&coe. i a IN TOWN/

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