Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 3, 1947 · Page 12
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By Galbraith CARNIVAL SIDE GLANCES By Dick Turner By Michael O'Malley & Ralph Lane SIDE GLANCES *' "' By Galbraith CARNIVAL By Michael O'Malley & Ralph Lam? By Dick Turner gjext we paid a call an Connie. t ADMIRE YOWt-ER-FORTITUDE THAT'S FLINT DISTRICT ATTORNEY PROBABLY TRY YOU OUGHT TO KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A DRUNK AND A DEAD MAN. WHAT DID THIS OTMER MAN LOOK LIKE ? LIKE A FIGHTER? LIKE BA1TLFR DENVER. FOR IN5TANCI? ? . IT WAS PRETTY DARK, t COULDN'T > SEE HIS FACE GOOD—' BUT HE WA5 BIS. FORGET IT. NIFTV THEN'fl&AT ' IT OUT OF TOWN TILL I SEND ! MR.FLINT ENCOUNTERED A MAN WITH MIGHT HAVE BEEN PUT T NtVER 1 / GANTHON. I TRUST YOU RE NOT TOO .BROKEN UP OVER THf DEATH OF NIFTV FELIX TO ANSWER SOME QUESTIONS, MISS CAROLINE. NIFIV FELIX EARLIER TONIGHT,; A MAN OUT OF THE WAV BV THE I MENTIONED) II WELL, I DID WAIT A MINUTE. VOL) HEAPD THE MAN TALK, DRIVER. DID HFTALK SORT OF FUNNY? THINK HARD WHO LISPED. THE SAME MAN PUT GAMBLERS HE WAS MIXED YtHEM TO J U THAT JOB NIFTY IN A TAXI AND GAVE =THe UP WITH. ARE YOU SURE ME. I DRlVER'VOUR ADDRESS. WHO WA5HE? ;CVOU DON'T KNOW ANY/1 SWEAR IT. DON'T KNOW ANYBODY WHO LISPS. BY THE WAY, I APOLOGIZE, MR. FLINT, FOR, LYING.ABOUT YOU TO BAT DENVER. LOPR 1947 BY NEA SERVICE INC T M REC U S PAT OF By Leslie Turner VYASH TUBBS WASH TUBBS By Leslie Turner ?«^ B ^°5SiS!. Ki^^^^m^ |-^^«-^T&sp.r,»i?^ NAME 15 CAPTAIN DOM'T SEB EASM. I HAVE \WPOP.TANT J W W NEWS FOR WISSTSKE /THKSE'5 . COULD SOU-^X STANWM6 BH Ttt' . BUT TODfW IT'S WORE Y IT'S THOSE- ! TOM) THAT'. I WAS BORN ) TWO ftCCIPENTS M A CIRCUS, TOO...TRAItOEP / THIS WEEKi VANAS A TENT TEOUPER /ANOTHER'S BOUND LIKE IVW KIPi BUT —/ TO FOLLOW. YOU'RE ' TENSE-LIKE. ALL'OF US, WONDE.E-INS \F IT'LL BB YOU! . I STILL GET A. BIT EKCITEP VJHEM BE6IMTQSPQT TH' WikSQ'HS FOR W <aZtW SPECTACLE. •/* BECAUSE KRINGLE SO^P ISLOOfelMS COMRRM ONE THIN6... ME' WORMING OKI THE SAM6ER CIECUS LOT.S.THB SIGE.KS is UP.... 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