Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 7, 1968 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 7, 1968
Page 6
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[Tuesday, May 7, 1968 SIDE GLANCES By GILL FOX CARNIVAL HOPE (AN® STAR, Mitt try Offset By DICK TURNER PLASH GORDON (t IMI ky NU, IM. T.M li| US. >«. Oil "It's amazing how much your disposition has improved since I've been taking these tranquilizers the doctor' gave me!" "He's working on a string of two straight scorelMi innings!" OUT OUR WAY By NE6 COCHRAN i TOLD *?u you WO-ILPU'T BE ABLE TO HELP ME WITH THIS MEW MATH, GRAMP/ TER STICK TO HIM A WITH HIS ™ THE OLD MATH? WASN'T ANYTHING WROMG WITH THAT.' QUICK QUIZ Q—What - U.S. territories now operate on Atlantic Standard Time? A—A new U.S. time zone- Atlantic Standard Time, an hour ahead of Eastern Standard Time—has officially been established to cover Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. No other U.S. territory is included in the Atlantic zone. Q— The likeness of what bird appears on the mace, symbol of authority in the U.S. House of Representatives? A—A silver eagle with wings [ outspread sits on top of the globe. TIZZY BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG I'D LIKE TO SPEAK TO SOMEONE IN THE BANK ABOUT STRAIGHTENING OUT MV WIPE'S CHECKING ACCOUNT WWAT IS YOUR NAME/ ' PLEASE? BLQNDIE BUMSTEAD/ WORSE THAN , . I THOUGHT/ ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN by Kate Osann OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE S'L™; yrHAT4 A) I DON'T WANT TO SAY 4TUPID // VTOO MUCH RI6HT NOW. POYOUfl QUESTION , BUT MY SUP- 00 YOU HAVE A PORTERS PLAN tO SEND CHANCE FOR THE PLAN AN HE "SURE OWLS PRESI- ACTIVE CAN'T RUN A TASK PORCE AMP MOBILE L)M\T / 60 IN MOONEYE HEARSED S-7 <C IHI k f NU. l«. TJ*. l.| US fit 0«. A COUPLE NIGHTS OF THIS SURE OUGHTA TAKE THE STING OUT OF FAYING AD VALOREM TAXES HOPING I COULD ...BUT I GUESS FOR TONIGHT, I'LL HAVE TO SETTLE FOR THE DUBIOUS SAFETY OF A TREE SETTLEMENT CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER BUGS BUNNY "Sylvester's hobby is the stock market—he's made four million dollars on paper!" By RALPH HEIMDAHL PROB'LV HURT... WANPERIN 1 AKCUNPIW A CDMA! reOTTA HELP FINPHIM- MERWM CHAW6E9 FROM HIPPIE CLOTHE* WITH EA^Y AT" LA$T'. HE MAY HAVE QUE5TIOM5 FOR YOU! D I»M k, NtA. l«. TU. In US. ta. OH NOW TO RECOVER THE FILMS FROM MV " PIS5ONSI L WON'T K 5POTTEP IN THE5B CLOTHES, WITHOUT MV SLASJE5 ANP MUSTACHE! PRICILLA'S POP ByALVERMER OWE AT SCOTT! YOUR CAB SHOULD HAVE A GWEASE JOB, NEW SPWINGS... 5QUEAK ... SO I'M GONNA KNOCK HALF A BUCK OFF YER .. NEW SHOCK ABSORBERS., VA ALWAYS WAS ONE T' EXAGGERATE, ELMER, BUT I DON'T WANT ANY DISSATISFIED CUSTOMERS... 5-7 I'll never learn to do it H<$ht, I've foudjht a battle. Instead of punching all those keys I -should be A . . punching cattle/ FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS THE WILLETS By WALT WETTERBERG Hes |(OHALEDToo L CARRY BAZOO OUT FOR FfZfS AIR.TELL PUf OUT THOSE SAVDKF BOMBS HE ASPHYXIATES MRS. MOSS, DO you HE'LL w HE'LL BE ALL CAM HIM . ^ STOP 0REATHlNa( t ! 1MI Vi KU. Ut. TJd I**. \«. t«. Ott EEK & MEEK By HOMER SCHNEIDER WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI

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