Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 4, 1968 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

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Saturday, Miy 4,1968 SIDE GLANCES By GILL FOX CARNIVAL HOPE (AW) STAft, Printed fit Offset DICK TURNER FLASH GORDON Ail Mf m WltH (WAPf 10 S IT CAME COMPUTM THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM "Remember me, Linda? Bates elementary school, 1963 ... 25 per cent fewer cavities?" M can't wait for the day when they take guns away from irresponsible people like you, who don't know what they're for!" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN QU'CK QUIZ P | ONP | F By CHIC YOUNG GOOD GOSH, I'VE GOT A JOB, HAVEN'T I, ANPAPAV , CHECK COMIW? BIS WHEELS IM BUSINESS AWPlNPUSTRV BORROW VIONEV, DON'T THEVTALL 1 WAMTI5 Yi A MEA5LV TWO BUCKS. CtA5.' VtXJ'P THIKIK j \ WAS STILL A LITTLE KIP.' WHEW YOU WERE A LITTLE K.IP\ YOU WERE MORE PROSPEROUS >, THAKI YOU ARE MOW.. .MORE CAREFUL OF VOUR MOWEV BECAUSE YOU HAP NOTHING TO BORROW ON/ HERE'S OME WORE POLLAR AGAINST VDUR RETIREMENT * PENSION/ J| T Q —Who owns the Garden of Gethsemane? A—Friars of the Franciscan order have controlled "The Grotto of the Agony" since 1392, and the garden since 1681. Q—Which was the first state in the Union to official- I y proclaim Thanksgiving Day as a holiday. A—New York in 1830. The first southern state to do was Virginia in 1855. Q—Who first translated the Bible into English? A—Miles Coverdale. (Newspaper Enterprise Association) TIZZY OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE AND I'M THE THE GUY DID YOU HEART AM' t<ASLE 14 DONE/V WHO THE NEWS?THE\THE BOYS FOUND HPHONED HOTEL BOUNCED^ OUT WHY HE (4MITH.KOK- // WANTED, r KU8BEK- \/ TO 60 WIFE WAS WRITIN 1 MIS BAXTER TIP f DOES THE MAJOR 5AID WIN/ HECKlN 1 ENTERTAIN- MENTTAg/ CANT BE FORESEEN SUT WITH MV DON'T Ml SUCIPQI960 WHEN VOU OATMEAL WHY CANT 1 HAVE A STEAK: WITH MY AS A WOLF 1 TMIS MORNlMG BREAKPAST ByV.T. HAMLIN Kate Osonn mva tow HI WELL,NOW, THAT WAS A PRETTY PROFITABLE ENCOUNTER... ONE , SPEAR AND A RRE/ STILL WANT TO PLAY ROUGH, NOVV'S I'VE GOT THE SPEAR? COULD DO WITH A DASH OF SALT AND PEPPER. THOUGH.' By LESLIE TURNER CAPTAIN EASY THERE'S NOTHIW6 OM AAR.IVSe.KEEi PON'T 5EE HOW HE CAN BE A SECURIT/ ' THREATS I PON'T PIS THIS SCEWE MAN,,.BUT SC? AHEAPI YOU 60IN& TO LET ME SEARCH OR SHALL I. TAKE YOU TO TH6 5TATIOW? SOME CAT SHOVEP ME IWTO TH' FENCE LIKE1 I HIT HEAP ANP FAPE-P OUT'. I'M BACK IN TH 1 GROOVE NOW! SO A PRATTED HIPPIE- WITH A BIRPCASE OFF-THAT ALAKM! YCPU PRUNKi FELLA? TM. U*. VJ. M. OH. BUGS BUNNY "Your little boy and I didn't get along TOO well, but we negotiated a cease-fire before he went to bed!" By RALPH HEIMDAHL PRICILLA'S POP By AL VERMER THINK NOTMIN' OP IT, DOC.' THERE'S THE LAMP YA ORDERED! HERE,WOVER! .' WHEW DID ELMER 7^47-MAN-EATER f.' SOWWV HE FWIGHTENED YOU,BUGS! FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS THE WILLETS By WALT WETTERBERG PADDY; we COPS ARE PIWMS TEAR GAS/ WHAT AR& WE 60MNA DO WH6N IT" FILL'S THE M\ND BEING — A/C? ONE RE6EN4T HAVING TO £TART AT TAE BOTTOM i \VWEN T^EV UOWER TME BOTTOM, TAOU6M TMAT , HURT5 EEK & MEEK By HOMER SCHNEIUtK WINTHROP By DICK CAVAUI

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