Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 9, 1968 · Page 11
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 11

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Thursday, May 9,1968 .SIDE GLANCES By GILL FOX (km Sf Aft, Printed ft Offset By DICK TURNER (El 19U b r NIA. Ue. T.M. >«« U S. Nil. OH "Get up, Charles, for goodness sake! This may hot be the day they'll raise taxes!" OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN [GO AHEAP,TAKE THE PLUWGE AMD PICK OUT V ( A BOOK WHILE WE'RE VllKJUS THE TVSET' < \ y<3U POM'T REAP A THIW<3 WHEW THE BOOB ) V TUBE'S WORKING, SO MAKE HAY WHILE J THE SUM SHIMES-- IT MAV WOT HAVE TO \ ^60 OUT FOR REPAIRS AGAIW FOR MOUTHS') HEROES' ARE MADE -WOT BORKI "I'm going to quit this job and get one where I can meet people who do something besides watch television!" QUICK QUIZ BLONOIE Q —7s it true that a blond person has more hair on his head than a brunet person? A—Yes, a blond person has an average of about 140,000 hairs on his head; a brunet has an average of about 105,000. Q— The portrait of which U.S. president appears on the $100,000 bill? A—Woodrow Wilson. The bill is for use in transactions only between Federal Reserve System and Treasury Department. (Newspaper Enterprise Association) By CHIC YOUNG WOW COME A MEXICANS WAS AUUTWAT HAIR? WWAT KIMO OF A OOG IS THAT? ALLEY OOP by Kate Osann ?! ByV. T. HAMLIN OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE IP WE WEMTj/OOM'TWORF^V ft\ AMV YOU'D B£ /( COULD EXPLAIN THAT PRESIDENTIAL CANDIPATE^ I'VE 60TTOB&CARE FUL ALOM6 HERE/IT'4)/ IN MO Nl TICKETED A TEMPTATION TO \(pAN6EK,b FOR OPEM H&R UP, BUT I W gU^./ (( PARKIM6 WEAK IT'6 RADAR AY MACK l.i OH THE CAM'T £f) HI6M- PEDAL ANV TIME OM THE ROAP X "^^ORRY YCXJ' MENTIONED IT, >• BUSTERt,:, ^\ '& TOO BAD AUU THOSE WHO'VE BEEN WRITING BOOKS ABOUT APES AREN'T HERE WITH ME! MAYBE TH WHO DONATED EASY By LESLIE TURNER' LOOKS LIKE A PISEOW L - V THAT HIPPIE WHO FEAf HER 1 . • BUT THI$ FLOOR WA& WOPPEP ROHATCH ANP I LEFT TONleHTi 5ET OFF THE ALARM . OUT5IPE THE FENCE,,, Ci IHI fc, NU. l«. T.M. ».,. U.S. f.l. Oil. JUUUWAJUlV BUGS BUNNY 'Margaretha has decided to stop going steady with Brad—right after her birthday!" By RALPH HEIMDAHL PERHAPS WHEW THE GUARD Y AMP §07 OUT ANYWAY, HOW'O LEFT THE DOOR SKIEFLV TO VIA THf ROOf HELP HER COLLAR ROHATCHl AND FEMCE.« FOUWP WOTHIW6 THE ALARM! 'CMOM1 PRICILLA'S POP ByALVERMER- HEY, ELMER.' I'tA HAVIN'A CLOSIN' OUT SALE... A DOZEN DISHES PER SAY NO MORE/ I CAN ) USE SOME EXTWA < DISHES AT THAT PWICE! HERE VA ARE...ALL PACKED IN / A BOX! COME BACK HERE, VOU WABBITWASCAL! FOR \ ONCE I GOT A SOOD DEAL FWOM J THAT PEST! MAYBE .-IT WAS THE POPULAT\ON EXPLOSION FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS LADIES WE'LL HAVeTO INTeRRUPT OUP. PLAY UNlTlLTME SMOKE WOULD VOJ JNP YOUfr. TUe LET PASSED our/ THE WILLETS ^SUPERMARKETS HAVE AAAPE VEGETABLE <SAR- DEN6 C>06OLETE, WIUUET, AND THEY'RE By WALT WETTERBERG OF COURSE, I AWAIT HOME-GROWN VEGETABLES AAVE THE BEST FLAVOR .FOR, INSTANCE... A3QUT WHEN WILL, YOUR REAPY TO EAT f BQTUEB; C 1«M W KU. I*. Tii IM. U.J. Nt OK. EEK & MEEK By HOMER SCHNEIDER WINTHROP By DICK CAVALU

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