The Kingston Daily Freeman from Kingston, New York on September 28, 1966 · Page 33
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The Kingston Daily Freeman from Kingston, New York · Page 33

Kingston, New York
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Wednesday, September 28, 1966
Page 33
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THIRTY-FOUR THE KINGSTON DAILY FREEMAN. KINGSTON, N. Y, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 28. 1966 THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM i OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS BLONDIE Registered U. S. Patent Office n \ •ttSSSTl BLltr- M THE TUB * n&l~Up * HtV POP--KNOCK OFF THE NOiSS * vVE'RE tqvin C t O DO OOQ HOMiWOf?< FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS THERE'S A MEET)M€f AT4.50, TO HELP STAMP OUT TEEfsU A&E freaks / pass me Hrp wow>/ is lW ••••PASS vS*o/ By MERRILL PLOSSER J YANK., GO HOME! PRISCILLA’S POP r\® *<25^ Throe-times -three is hard to do, THE FUNTSTONES Harder yet than tvMo-times -two. What a monster they've be^un n-xt By inventing one-times-oner. Hanot-Barbera THAT^ eTRA,NG^.. I'M SURE. I HEARD SOMEONE KNOCKING fff EEK & MEEK By HOWIE SCHNEIDER IK) THE IJJTERE5T OF PUBLIC SAFETY YOU MUST ELECT ME TO OFFCE... war IBc _3 OR ELSE X CAWT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR WHAT HAPPENS I KNOW lOHAT I MEAN CHUM ? UKT ©I**'' OKUCE CAT B| Jumua lead* Mark Keg UiJn/UUStuf- CARNIVAL By DICK TURNER ROBERT MILLS A native South Carolinian and well-known architect, Robert Mills was the designer of the Washington Monument as well as a number of other works throughout the country. In 1836, Mr. Mills was appointed the first federal architect and engineer >y President Andrew Jackson. Narrowmindedness and thick­ headedness go together. Unbilt highways serve no one and only make matters worse on the congested traffic arteries chat we already have. Every minute you are angry, you lose 60 seconds of happiness. Invariably a week chinned man is attracted to a strong chinned woman and in no time at all he's wearing a nose ring and thinks it’s grand. TENNIS TERM: We use the word 'Move" to mean zero in a tennis match. The term comes from the French word "I'oeuf" meaning egg or zero When tennis came from France to England the term was introduced but spelled "love." Then there was the sad case of the actor who fell off a ship passing a lighthouse. He drowned swimming circles to keep in the spotlight. rose from his aisle seat raised a restraining hand. Critic (loudlyi Wait! Women and children first! A doctor was called by another to make a fourth at bridge. Doctor — I’U be- right over. Weary Wife — Do you have to go out? Doctor — Yes, it sounds ser- i ious. There are three doctors there already. There is no index of character so «ire as the voice, once said the British writer, Benjamin Disraeli. The new play was a failure. After the first act, many left the theatre; at the end of the second, most of the others start- td out A cynical vitic as he I Two cannibals, a mother and son, were stalking through the I jungle. Suddenly, there was a | roar in the sky, and the child i ran to his mother to receive her ) protection. Mother — It’s all right. It’s J an airplane. Boy — What’s that? Mother — Well, it’s a little like a lobster. 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