,. Jii;./. .JO, H O P t H t , AKKANbAS CARNIVAL Sports Review ACROSS 1 Used in hockey 5 Tennis term 8 Presidential sport 12 Soon 13 Hail! 14 Arrow poison 15 Clock a race 1C Espouse J7 Playing cards 18 Pittsburgh •>A ,., 50 Motionless 21 Boy 22 Mr. Carney 23 Renovate 20 Hold the chair at a meeting 30 Debtor 31 Departs 32 Man's name 33 French sea 34 Buddies 35 Demigod 36 Advertise a sports event 38 Containers 39 Hole in 40 "Stan the - ' in baseball 41 Stage whisper 44 Pets 48 Iniquity 49 Owned 50 Be defeated at sports 51 Soviet city 52 Exist 53 Sea eagles 54 Robert Stack's IV role 55 Assent 50 Watches DOWN 3 Strikes lightly 2 Distinct part 3 Arrive 4 CJenuflecter 5 Cut C Always TIZZY fr Baseball's Williams 8 San Francisca baseball players 9 Formerly 10 Eye suggestively 31 Slug 19 Statute 20 Angers 22 War god of Greece 23 Cavort 24 Pitcher 25 Fiddling emperor 26 Kind of vault 27 Roman date 28 Venture 29 Seth's son (Bib.) ; Answer to Previous By Dick tuffte* 31 Where a horse race starts 34 Corribread 35 Manages a prizefighter 37 Patterns 38 Is able •40 Styles 41 Stratford river 42 Father 43 Chills 44 Money for passage 45 Learning 46 Hireling 47 Soap-making frame 49 Uace-horse food NEWSI^VPEK ENTEKPK1SE ASSN. W -i •M $fy That old Mr. Green is almost as bad as Mom when it comes to interrupting a person when he's talking, isn't he, Pop?" SWEETIE PIE By Nadinc Seltzer By Kate Osann © 11X11 by NEA. Inc. T.M. Roc. U.S. Put. OK O^5 I Irnl I , ,rX °~V^ (11 1961 by NE*. Inc. T.M. R.j. U.S. Pat. Off. 7-/0 "_Well, we attracted their attention, didn't we?" One thing I've learned from baby-sitting is that Vbu rips - -, ^.^ and Mother are very lucky parents!" SIDE G«-ANCES By Golbrairh FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser 6OSH,1 DOM '; NEEO TO 6O DAD/JUST FIVE BUCKS UNDERTHE (c 1961 by NCA. Inc. T.M. Ri;. U.S. Pit. Off, T-io MORTY MEEKLE IT DOESN'T COMMANDS? FAMOUS... Hl<5 NAME HAS B6COMEA HOUSEHOLD VyORD, "I'm not even SERIOUS about Ted, and Daddy keeps handing him the help wanted section of the paper!" THE PRESIDENT BOUGHT HI/A LUNCH AND GAVE HIM A MEDAU THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Dick Cavolli WHILE!, WHO WAe UP HER6 BEFORE H6 HERB ALONE. UNNOTICEQ, IGNORED... DIO-^ / (3VJALU I'M THE T®==*J FORGOTTEN AAANOF OUTER 6WCE. By Wilson Scruggs IF I WAS YOU, MISS I'D STAY CLEAR OF MU. HARPER/ 5£vf WHV AW I SHAKIWS? I 1 * 1JOT AFKAID OF HIM...OK ' Poyc PLASM GORDON THANKS, ... JU6T S3 6OODBYE MY FOLKS. By Dan Barry IF POC 5AV5 T vVC'p Ml'"'l roil TINA' OXAY.' NOTH^ifJ I YOU 6RI-W ~ MORE TO KKGf A HF.KF. WltH By V. T. Hamlin TH' FIRST I KNEW THEY \ WERE FLYIM' AROUND NOU'VE RUM INTO \ WAS WHEVJ WE THOSE MOON MEN ) DUG UP TWT OXV , -nvENTV-fOURSUY.' totr m '/yoo_ '/ wit CAPTAIN EASY THERE'S MORE OF "EM AROUND SOMEWHERE? AMY LUCK MMsINO ,- COMT-NCT WITH ,--" YES. I'M OUR OTHER / GETTING COLONIES? / THROUGH TO A 1 ! 'E BEE ONE C'."y$£*%. N |NE TUO.' OH, SURE... AN 1 WEIL V^Jft \IM';: ... PROS'LV HEAR FROM EM, TOO, WHEN THEY Kv FIND OUT WHAT WE TO THAT SPACE /•> . CRAFT CREW OF ' By Leslie Turner •$K BLONDIE As THE TRUCK LEAVE? W THE STATION ONE OF THE REBELS FOLLOW* lU THE LOCAL POLICE- CAR.. I LOOK MORE LIKE AW \ THE. AIRPORT OFFICER, SO I WILL WEAR) AT CAYO MftWSI I'HE WIMP IS FROM THE WORTH. AMP THEY'LL LAMP , , , . INTO IT...SO DRIVE TO THAT L. -• : -->-.;^ ; '-.>- = . EUP OF THE RlWWAVl '" x ' Jl ' / COME.ELfMER, V_ Sir UP-7 ELMER, V SIT UP / ROLLING OVER- V. JUST TRV IT •>'' ^~^f ONCE l. I'J-H 1 "*'.'".'-''.'.' 1 ' 1 .- (••«.. uiBTfll.™" .' . B PRISCILLA'S POP -10 COULDN'T MOVE ' „ ^ANOTHER "'//•^S-STEP. SHORT RIBS WEY, HONEV/ HO\M ABOUT DINNER OUT AND A MOVIE TONIGHT? By Al Vermcer By Frank O'NeaT HARDWARE ^ li 7-10 THIS MUST BE THE WORST EVER HAD. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople MOMEMTS VVE'P LIKE TO LIVE OVER-- 'Mil" HAMe you PARROTS C/.ANCV 60U6IAT I-' •ONELlKEWlS, Tl-lAT CAM TALK SAMSSTL. CHATTGK.OCMOB LlMGO • X'LU BUY OME. IF YOU HAS/e/ (EGAD, OFFicet?,-rMATWA ; sVri — & OI-JLV PARROT x HAD] COULO 5P£A(<!fHe| OP TUB I •SELL Vou FORL -if|5 .. THAT INCLUDES 12 LESSOMS .-/ VERMACOLAR v^lls^4^\4e TEH RM. AWE> A COOL BREE2E. BUGS BUNNY WHY ALL THIS IMT6K6ST? PWAT! MV HAT BLEW OFF, BUT POG WILL CATCH IT! NATURALLY T VER WOVER WILL/ WRONG.
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