Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 30, 1968 · Page 6
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May 30, 1968

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

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Thursday, May 30, 1968
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y, May 3ft 1§68 SIDE GLANCE By GILL FOX CARNIVAL HOPE (AfW) STAR, PfUrtttf ft Offset By DICK TURNER FUSH 5-50 <t> 1H1 Vy NtA, IK. T M. t.| Ui r.l. (HI. FLASH... YOU ARE AGAIN IN PARIS? TO UPONTHEPID INSPlCfOK? AMD THE OLD FOX THE SIDELINES/ AMY GLUES THE BORN LOSER ™* P^Rl wMR^N^^V "Louis is knocking himself out on a contest—trying to say what's wrong with the country in 25 words or less!" OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN HIM ABOUT WEARING HIS OLD ARMY UNIFORM IN THE PARADE, BUT HE WOULPN'T LISTEN.' HE WAITED TILL THE LAST MIMUTE AND 1 PIPM'T HAVE TIME TO LET IT OUT/50 THREE BUTTONS POPPEP--ANP BV THAT TIME HE WAS TOO STUBBORN TO DROP OUT.' WHAT'S WITH HIM? DA6WOOD, I WANT YOU TO CHECK OVER THIS SIXBY CONTRACT IMMEDIATELY I-—" "I CANT concentrate on my homework! With the hi-fi broken I don't have anything to drown out disturbing noises!" BLOND1E QUICK QUIZ Q —When was overseas telegraph communication inaugurated? A—On Aug. 5, 1858, the first cable across the Atlantic Ocean was completed. Eleven days later, Queen Victoria and President Buchanan exchanged messages. Q — What yearly obligation is required of all aliens in the United States? A—In January of each year aliens must register their address at any of the 32,000 post offices across the country. ByCHICYOUWG as it &* -T§ *i OVf 1 i '* •a OS '<«0 i «t jrfl too .m JUST KEEP OM THAT CONTRACT.' VDU UNOER3TANO TME TOUEMSANNS OP A COPPEE 8(56Ak/ byKateOsann ALLEY OOP OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE AND THE I) HOW J ( A SOLD NEW TUNNELS/ ABOUT \j IDEA LIKE THAT J COULD BE-// WIM6LE4S/1 NEED£A NEW S EXTENDED )( PLANJE<D C\ NAME / N\AVBE UMTIL THE i} TO CUT THEl NOD COULD IT A. •'. BEYOND THE I/C06TOFTHE * CITY LlfAlT£//l TUNMEL'S 5 WHAT POVOUTHIMK OF BUILOIM6 AIRPORT RUMWAV'p BELOW COULD LAND AMD TAKE OFP TMROU6H •7OUNDPROOPED - DEATH OF AKHDEA=j., 8 1HI kr NtA. l«. TJ>«. I,, US. M. Oil. By V.T. HAULM 31 I OKAY DOC~m. CRANK UP THEOLP MACHINE IT WOULPNT DO ANY GOOD NUTHIN TO YES, BUT \\VORRV IT HAPPENS \ ABOUT ONCE IN I THOUGH A WHILE... WITH THAT ASTEfOID CLOSER ALL THE TIME, THIS WOULD BE A BAD TIME FOR THE TIME-MACHINE TO CONK OUT I THINK ITS TIME WE GOT OUR ENGINEER ON THE JOB CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TWWER wonder what it would cost to rent a computer to handle my algebra?" THEN HOW CAM > J NOR COULP I BEAR TO FACE THE W0N5TRO£ITy FROM NOW OW BUT VOU ' 7 I CAN'T SEE THEM CAN'T 5NEBR, I VICTIMIZED BV THIS ATTHISfcSiOOOlcHARLATAU! TOKEIO OF VOUR.NOT A PORTRAIT! LOOKINVOUR MIRROf?? sweMwrr TO WT EFFECT AMP! I'LL POR4BT FEE! A9MrriT (PRICILEM! WR.KOOMTZ. WAS HIRED TO PAIWT ITI HE MI6HT SUE! U JJ Y/ BUGS BUNNY By RALPH HEIMDAHL PRICILLA'S POP ByAL / FASTER^IRE 1 . IT'S ALMOST^ / QUITTING TIAAE AND WE V STILL HAVE TWO MORE V SIGNS TO PUT UP I ^S^ | T— I'M DR1VIN' FASTER 1 N I SHOULD NOW...WE'LL PUT TH' NEXT SIGN UP JUST AHEAD! ' LEAVE US HOPE- THIS WILL SERVE AS ^WARNING TO O77V5RP WOTORlSTS t) SOMETHING PL.ONELY Y I NEVER HEARD OF THE WORD rj-lATS WHEN VOU'RE HOLLYHOCK PRISCILLA P LONELY P LONELY UN W tMA-'lK, Til. Iw U-i.te.Od. S'lO :s »w- FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS THE WILLHS By WALT WEHERBER6 YOU PROSABUY MAVE TKE WRON6? THEY APTITUDE, PER50MAUT/ AWD APPUCAMT, AKJP PO VOU &XMJ WJHO OUR LWES ARE RUKI IDIOTIC R5AOW , ' dl» AH 5 b 6 ,U3 1 b j 38 T .it EEK & MEEK HOMER SCHNEIDER WIHTHROP By DICK CAVAOI IIM ki NO. i., iM «.. us r.i oil. i 3 I

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