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PVA YOGI BEAR 15¢c 
hi HANNA- BARBERA 


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FIGHTING AMONG GOVERN- 
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I WAS ONLY SCRATCHING uct YOU'RE A POOR 
YOG''S BACK...LIKE SO! STITUTE, BOO BOO. 





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BUT OUR CAVE 
HAS ONLY OWE 
PUNY STALAGMITE 


WE LOSE MORE Wow THERE'S 
STALAGMITES NOT EVEN A 
THAT WAY! PLACE TO 

HANG MY HAT! 


GETTING PRETTY BAD 
~ WHEN EVEN ITS SA7S 





THE RANGER'S 
IN A RAGE: 


I SEE YOU THERE: AND T 

ALSO SAW YOUR FOOTPRINTS 

IN THE. “OFF-LIMITS -70-BEARS 
FICMC GROLINDS 1” 


ONE MORE OFFENSE AND T'LL 
SHIP_ YOU OFF TO _A NEW 4 
PARK IN ALASKA! 


BUT SNORING (N A TOTALLY 
EMPTY CAVE 1S ANOTHER THING. 


HIDE? BUT 


WHERE, 
YOS|I?! 


a0) 


iW) S-Sorey, Sim! I WAS 
TEMPTED BY A POT 





OUR CAVE 
Is_ JUST 


OH, YEAH? WE 
CAN STILL 
SLEEP HERE! 


UGH! YOG''S 
SNORES 
ECHO ALL 
OVER THE 
WIDE-OPEN 










WAKE UP, YOGI, BEFORE You |i 
| ORIVE ME OUT OF MY HEAD! 


HUH? ER... THATO BE yee 
A SHORT DRIVE! J 


LET'S SNOOZE OUT 
THE NIGHT _IN 
ANOTHER LOCALE! 








HEY...WE CAN SLEEP IN 
THE ENTRANCE TO THE 
PARK MUSEUM! 


YEAH! IT'S 
SOMEWHAT 
UKE A 





WHOoPS! AND Rar WELL... MADE 
SLIPPERY, TOO! IT USED TO (T AT LAST 
BE FLAT 
OVER HERE! 








CEMENT WAS STILL WET! 


38) 5 
PARK 
colpee peo 





WHAT'S WRONG, SOMEBODY WALKED ACROSS THE \f 
MR. SCULPSCAPEP Lg RELIEF MAP OF UELLYSTONE I 
a PARK THAT I MADE WHILE THE Je =e22—) 





L...1_CAN EXPLAIN... IN 
ABOUT A MILLION 














LON fs 
DON'T HIDE BEHIND THAT SACK OF } 
CEMENT, YOU...YOU MAP-WRECKER! / 

7a a f 


en CEMENT |" 
& ae aS 





HMM... L'VE JUST GIVEN 
BIRTH TO A BRAVO- 








YOU'RE GOING TO 
FIX THE MAP? 





WS 





LOOK! LET'S RESTORE MY RANSACKED 





OH BOY! Yo AWH...THE ER...BUT WON'T FOLKS 
HEADQUARTERS ARTISTIC BUST THESE OFF FOR 
WILL LIKE 74787) \_ CHALLENGE! SOUVENIRS, TOO? 


EEK! NOT MY 
WORKS OF ART! 


DON'T PANIC, PALS.. 
OLD yoo! HAS sree SOME OF 
ANOTHER IDEA.. THAT 
— CEMENT! 


A HEH! WITH THESE S74L4G6-SPO00KS KT THE ENTRANCE, 
) OUR HOME WILL REALLY BE OUR CASTLE! 





‘BEr ROTATING RANGERS 


BOY, THAT SURE THERE'S PLENTY \ (NEVER FEAR! 
WAS A DELICIOUS LEFT OVER, TOO! T | \ YOsI'S HERE!” 
PICNIC MEAL! ‘SURE HATE TO RE Ny 
‘ START PACKING IT 
ALL UP ASAIN: 





(MUNCH! GULP‘) WE TAKE CARE OF ALL | |(SLURP! MUNCH!) NO NEED TO 
YOUR CLEANUP BOTHER WITH MESSY LEFT~ 
PROBLEMS! JUST] | OVERS AND ACLUTTERED ICE- 
ANOTHER - 
VELLYSTONE 
SERVICE! 


E I SUSPECT YOU'RE GOING TO GET A GOOD 
THIS IS WUST A PUNCH IN THE NOSE UNLESS YOU LEAVE? 
GIMMICK To GET nase 
A FREE MEAL! 
{ are vag 





(SIGH!) THAT'S WHAT YOU GET FOR TRYING To } | HERE'S SOMEONE WHO KNOWS A LOT 
HELP PEOPLE! THEY'O KNOW I WASN'T JUST BETTER, AND I THINK 
TRYING TO FILCH FOOD HE THINKS TI 
IF THEY KNEW ME " 
BETTER! 


ER... I WOULDNT 
SAY THAT, YOS! 
S 





IT'S TOO MUCH FOR BELIEVE |T: THE 
A BEAR TO SEAR: RANGER DION'T 











WE BETTER SEE YEAH: HE NEVER PASSES: 
WHAT'S UPL THE UP A CHANCE TO GIVE US J 
RANGER MUST BE, Sy ONE OF HIS 
% YELL 
SPELLS: 


mad CY 1 eae 

"MN GOING ON TO ANOTHER, 
NATIONAL PARK: ane 
y) roy 


eal 





[ THAT'S RIGHT! IM A 
FAILURE HERE! I’ 





cA GEE, 1'M KIND OF SAD 10 SEE THE\/ I'M A LOT 
q Soi. RANGER GO! SADDER 

> THINKING OF 
HIS REPLACEMENT! 


MUST BE THE 
NEW RANGER | 
BRACE 
YOURSELF, 


NOU: MUST BE YOG| AND BOO BOO! I'VE 
ra HEARD A LOT ABOUT di 
. you! 


DON'T BELIEVE 
A WORD OF IT! 
LIES! ALL LIES: 
’ 


[/VippeE! THE PARK COMMISSION MUST'VE 
FLIPPED ITS LID, SENDING A FEMALE 


RANGER OUT 
HERES ‘SHE DOESN'T 
LOOK LIKE THE 
YELLING TYPE, 
EITHER! 


WHEN THEY HEAR THAT THE RANGER HAD TROUBLE HERE 
THEY'LL PROBABLY SEND SOME BIG, TOUGH, ‘ 
MEANIE- TYPE RANGER OUT HERE TO 

KEEP US IN LINE! 


(GULP!) TAKE AT 
JACK. I WASN'T. 


TEE, HEE! I'LL BET: ANYWAY, I WANT 
TO GET THINGS IN ORDER AROUND 
HERE AND THEN WE'LL ga 


COME ON, BOO BOO! WE 


CAN GO GOODY GRABBING 
\ WITHOUT FEAR OF BEING 


CHASED BY A BRUIN~ 
BRUISING RANGER, NOW! 





GREETINGS: WE’ Re CONDUCTING A CONTEST TO UH, UH, UN YOGI! YOU KNOW YOU Sua are 
SEE WHAT TOURIST 
MAKES THE BEST 


THE JUDSE + 


IT WOULD JUST MAKE ME CRY TO SEE 
AY LITTLE BEARS BREAKING THE RULES | 
YOU MUST PROMISE NOT TO TAKE THE 
- TOURISTS’ FOOD WHILE I’M HERE! 


WE CAN'T HURT 

HER FEELINGS | , 

THAT WOULON'T / Sime OS? BUT THE 

BE POLITE! - RANGER 
ALWAYS DIP y 


THATS 


7/You DON'T EXPECT A WOMAN TO 
© AROUND AND DO THAT HARD, 
‘MEBY JOB, DO YOU? 





‘A FEELING 
HAVING A 





A Few pays Later... WHEW! THESE Lacr’ 
FEW DAYS HAVE 
BEEN THE WORST 

OF MY YOUNG 
LIFE! NO 

MOOCHING AND 

LOTS OF WORK! 


SHE'S ADDED THE 
WOMAN'S TOUGH 
TO OLD JELLYSTONE, 


(SIGH!) I'D GIVE ANYTHING TO 
GET OUR OLD RANGER BACK... 
YELLING, FIGHTING AND ALLS 


NOU THINK YOU'VE GOT IT } 
SHE'S USING ME 
FOR A CLOTHESLINE: 


TOUGH ! 


/ We're NoT 


ME, THREE! 
SWEEP UP, AND I JUST CAN'T SAY NO TO A 
LADY 


ama 


THE 
ONLY ONES: SHE'S Way’ AND THAT'S NOT 
MAD ALL THE 
FELLOWS IN THE 
PARK WORKING! 


SHE EVEN MADE US 
PUT CURTAINS IN 
OUR CAVES 5 


THE NEW RANGER ASKED ME TO 


SAME WERE! I'M 
DUSTING OFF ALL THE 
ROCKS IN JELLYSTONE. 


THAT DOES IT! WE'VE 60 TO 
GET TOGETHER ANO FIGURE A 
WAY TO GET RID OF THIS 














SURE,YOG!, BUT HOW CAN “ SAME GOES 

ONE OF US GUYS ASK HER FOR ME! THE 
TO LEAVE? I MAY BEA b GENTLEMAN 

BIG MOOSE, BUT I’M PART, I 


THAT'S THE DAN- DAN~DANDY PART 
OF MY SCHEME! NONE OF US WILL 
10 THE TELLING | 





GENTLEMAN + MEAN! 















HEH, HEH!) 
SOUNDS 
JUST LIKE 


‘SURE!-WOMEN CAN "TELL WOMEN WHAT TO DO 
WITHOUT LOSING THEIR GENTLEMANLY WAYS! 
MAINLY BECAUSE THEY AREN'T 
GENTLEMEN, ANYWAY | 


BUT HOW DO. 
WE GET THEM, 
‘TO DOIT? 





OH, I THINK SHE'S: 
JUST FINE! T HEAR 
SOME OF Y'ALL AREN'T 

\. SO PLEASED WITH HER, /ff 
THOUGH! TEE, HEE! 4 






ARE YOU KIDDING? WI 


THINK SHE'S GREAT! SURE! AND SO NEAT AND EFFICIENT, 


(D0 YALL REALLY TOO! IWISH SOME OF THE GIRL BEARS 
THINK SO? IN THE PARK WOULD BE MORE LIKE HER! 







/VES, SHE YOU JUST DON'T FIND \I I'M NOT SO SURE I LIKE THE 
SURE IS A MAI NEW RANGER ANY MORE! JM 
SWELL 7, GOING TO CHECK AROUND AND 
GAL! ONE é SEE WHAT THE OTHER GIRLS 
INA $ HAVE TO SAY! 
MILLION! ) ant 


SAME WITH THE MOOSE 
MEN | THEY DON'T PAY 
E ANY ATTENTION TO US 
MOON OVER THIS ANY MORE! 
NEW RANGER 


I THOUGHT GIRLS 
WERE SUPPOSED 
TO LIKE MEN IN 


UNIFORM «46 
NOT VICE 
VERSA! 





t 2+, AND IT JUST SEEMS LIKE THEY IGNORE 
COME ON! WE'LL —" 4 \_LI'LOL'US SINCE YOU CAME! : 
GO AND TELL HER —$$—<<. 

HOW WE ALL FEEL! 7Sk,75K) IM 


VERY SORRY 





AND THIS JOB HAS BEEN A DISAPPOINTMENT TO 
ME, TOO! I USUALLY WORK IN THE OFFICE OF THE 
PARK COMMISSION ,BUT WHEN I HEARD ABOUT 
JELLYSTONE AND THE YOGI PROBLEM , I 
VOLUNTEERED FOR THE JOB! 








BYE-BYE! COME BACK AND. 
WONDERFUL! &R,,,/F SEE US SOME TIME! 7 
YALL KNOW WHAT I i 

MEAN! 


WELL, HERS COMES OUR NEW RANGER( 
I WONDER WHAT HE'S LIKE? 


THE GIRLS AND PRAISING THE 
ate te Sr ate SOMETHING 
WwW 


THE OTHER PARK I WAS AT SEEMED 
MIGHTY DULL WITHOUT YOUR PRANKS | 


DON'T WORRY, WE'LL 

MAKE SURE THAT 

DOESN'T HAPPEN 
HERE: 


WOW! LISTEN IT MAY SOUND LIKE YELLING TO YOU, 
TO THAT YELL ¢ SUT IT'S MUSIC TO MY EARS! 





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"Fellows," said Top Cat to his friends one 
day, “tour cupboard — like Mother Hub- 
bard's — is barel” 

“Barel’’ echoed Benny, his face falling. 
“And I'm so hungry! can eat a — a steak!"’ 
Then he laughed weakly, ‘That's a joke.”” 

“Some joke,"' said Top Cat. Then, see- 
ing an advertisement saying BENEFIT PER- 
FORMANCE TONIGHT TO SERVE COM- 
MUNITY CHARITY, he exclaimed, “That's 
it! It says the performers will haye a ban- 
quvet after the show!” 

“So?” prompted Choo Choo, 

"So," said Top Cat, ‘we'll performl”’ 

“Some joke," retorted Benny. 

“No joke," said Top Cat. ‘'We can all 
sing, can't we? And Benny plays the yio- 
lin.” 

“Yeah,’' agreed Benny, liking the idea. 

“All right,” said Top Cot. ‘*We'll serve 
the community . . . and ourselves, too!" 

“But we need to practice,” said Brain. 

“Right,"" agreed Top Cat. ‘'Need a 
name, too. How’s ‘Top Cat and His Five 
Meows’?" 

“Great!” chorused the others, and 
everyone cleared his throat for practice. 

For the rest of the day, they harmonized, 
while Benny accompanied them on his yio- 
lin. Then Top Cat and His Five Meows pre- 
sented themselves to the benefit manager. 

“We're reporting for the performance, 
sir," began Top Cat. 

“Good, good,"’ replied the manager, 
“I'm glad someone is reporting!” Wiping 
his brow, he explained, ‘'So many have 
dropped out, | was beginning to think | 
Wasn't going to have any performers at 
alll’ and he hurried off to other pressing 
details. 

“We're in,"’ grinned Top Cat. 

As time for the show drew closer, ex- 
citement and tension mounted backstage. 
In the confusion, no one questioned the 





presence of Top Cat and his friends, and 
they were scheduled as the third act. At 
last the theater filled, and the perform. 
ance began. 

“Give it all-you've got, fellows,” sald 
Top Cat as their turn come. He led them 
onstage, while the announcer boomed, 
“Presenting ‘Top Cat and His Five Meows'!”” 

“One —two—three," counted Top Cat 
and they all lounched into loud song, while 
"'Screek, scrawk,"’ went Benny’s violin. 

The audience howled, to Top Cat's joy. 
However, the howls were not those of de- 
light .. . they soon turned to unmistakable 
boos, as people held their ears in agony! 

“Stop! Stop!" shouted the manager, and 
he quickly whisked the cats offstage. 

“You — you —”’ he sputtered in anger. 
“Get out! Out! OUTI"” 

“But, sir,"’ objected Top Cat, “we were 
only trying to serve —"’ 

“Serve?” interrupted a man near by. 
“Did you say serve?” With a.gleam in his 
eye, he continued, ‘‘Come along with me, 
1 have just the spot for you.” 

“Oh, thank you, sir," answeredTop 
Cat. “At least, someone appreciates our 
efforts," and he shot the manager a dart- 
ing look. 

Several hours later, Top Cat and His 
Five Meows trudged home wearily. 

“Some way to serve,"' muttered Choo 
Choo, ‘'waiting on tables at the banquet."’ 

“Yeah,"’ grumbled Brain. ''My feet 
hort.” 

“My back aches," complained Fancy. 

Benny staggered and moaned, "'! ache 
all over! This violin case is heavier than 
ever!” 

“Of course," answered Top Cat. "It's 
full of goodies... banquet left-overs for 
tomorrow! Yessir," he laughed, Top Cat 
and His Five Meows served the community 
well tonight... including themselves!" 


PIXIE, OIXIE.avd MR. JINKS 


SPOT THE SPOTS 


OUT, You PESTY MEECES! 


OUT! 
mech T HATE You HEECES TO PIECES! 
[oon | pp TOUCHE! TOUCHDOWN: p-— | 


























om 
ABIG CAT Z| | 


+..WITH 
MEASLES! 

















I'M NOT A CAT! I'M SUPPOSED TO BEA FEROCIOUS 
LEOPARD, BUT I'M REALLY AGOOD GUY! J JUS 
SNEAKED OUT OF MY CAGE AT THE ZOO WN 











I'M LEO! 
{ PLEASED TO 
MEET! CHAT 





AIR AND I DIDN'T 
Veosy ! 


GO BACK! 
REAL i we 
LEOPARD } 



























iF I 


PLEASE HELP ME GET RID OF THESE 
THE ZOO WON 


SPOTS REAL QUICK-LIKE! OR ELSE 
THEY'LL SPOT: MY SPOTS! AND IT'S 
BACK TO THE ZOO FOR ME! 








DON'T HAVE ANY $PoTS, 
'T THINK IM _ 44am 
A LEOPARD, AND ELL 








FREE?! 














ATTENTION! A LEOPARD 
HAS ESCAPED FROM 
Ly n THE ZOO! 









FOR HIS. 
CAPTURE! 





THERE'LL BE A 
m BIG REWARD 











TILL LOOK FOR HIM AFTER Ji 
T TAKE MY NAP! pd 















GEE! WE HAVE y 


TO THINK OF 








SHH! THAT TAKES CARE 

‘OF IT. NOW OL! JINKS WON'T 

BE ABLE TO DO A THING 
ABOUT IT! ag 


COME ON. 


PIXIE! LET'S 
GET OUT 
OF HERE! 





WALP! 1 HAVE SPOT FEVER! J 
S0 


ALL ISEE ARE SPO7; 


















* pe: oe 
=a ue must ee 
BA CRACKIN uP! 
ee 4 
ae =| 











MMMM! A CAN OF WELL, BACK TO MY, 
PAINT! THE PLOT CAT NAP! $0 LONG! 
. THICKENS} 





I/THose WISE GUYS THINK THEY. q NEXT TO MEECES, IHATE WATER WORSE! 
CAN PULL SPOTS OVER MY EYES I'LL SHOW THEM A FEW TRICKS OF MY OWN! 
ose rele WOOL OVER UP 





ER, HELLO, 200? THIS IS JINKS! I CALLED 1 HURRAU! I'M INTHE MONEY 


TELL YOU I WANT THE REWARD MONEY IN 


{ NOW! LET'S SEE, SHOULD I GET 
AND 100's! THE LEOPARD = 5 


A BLUE ORGREEN Je) 
CONVERTIBLE? 4a 








SO LONG! AND WRITE! 
LOTS OF LUCK, LEO! 
- ADIOS: 





wan bee fined \s eS TAROLYE 





ig Ti 


Byineee 





yoo! BEAR THE UNBEARABLE BEAR 


REPRINTED 
BY POPULAR 
DEMAND 





HEY! WE BETTER THAT'S NOT THUNDER! 

| HEAD FoR OuR cave! IT'S MY STOMACH 

} I HEAR THUNDER: COMPLAINING ABOUT 
BEING EMPTY | 


EVER SINCE THEY PUT THESE Ney! IyUST NI 
SIGNS ALL OVER THE PLACE, INSPIRATIONAL ~ TYPE 


F US FREELOADING BEARS HAVE | 9 IDEA TO LATCH ONTO. 
HAD IT 7OUGH,! : SOME FOOD: 


DOZENS OF BEARS BEING |] 
FED BY TOURISTS! CANT J 
THEY READ THAT SIGN? 





i 


OK, IT'S Yous I 
MIGHT HAVE KN 
] YOU'D HAVE 
SOMETHING To 0 
WITH THIB! 





GET YOUR FOOD LIKE THE REST OF 
THE BEARS! ANY MORE FREE LOADING} 
AND OUTOF THE PARK YOU GO! 





HEY! A BEE MAKING : IM DROOLING 
A BEELINE FOR THAT ALREADY: 


SO, WE BUILD A THEN WHEN THEY'RE 
FIRE AT THE GONE, ALL WE KAVE To 

BOTTOM OF THE: | 20 is CLIMB UP AND 
WARVEST THAT HONEY! 





YESSIR: THERE'S 
SOMETHING 
BESIDES Ue 

UNDER THIS KAT 

OF MINES 


SNASTOOTH 
RIDGE: 
BETTER CAL 





WEAKENED THE 
TREE! ITS 
FALLING! 


WELL, YOU SEE, IT BON'T YOu KNOW fi 

WAS THIS WAY... THERE'S A RULE 

TWAS AFTER SoM \ AGAINST OPEN FIRES? 
HONEY, AND... - : 


NOT TO MENTION WRECKING GOVERNMENT J 
PROPERTY | GRRR! I'VE HAD ENOUGH OF 
YOUR SHENANISAN 2 WANT YOU QUT OF 
























B-BUT YOU CAN'T 
DO THIS To Us: i 
WE'D STARVE! WE'RE 
NOT USED To. 
SHIFTING FOR 
‘OURSELVES! 


AND THERE'S RULE 88 4/8, 
WHICH STATES CLEARLY THAT... 





ALL RIGHT! ALL RIGHT! YOU CAN, 
STAY IN THE PARKS .. TLL FIGURE 
QUT SOMETHING TOKEEP YOU OUT 
OF MY HAIRS 








NEVER MIND! 
I KNOW Ace 
ABOUT ITS 


















[x uke HASH: TRoUBLE 

| 15,2 LiKE WARM HASH, | 
| NOT COLO; 
RANGER SMITH, 
YOU'RE 4e2 








WA-A-AIT A MINUTE! 
I KNOW HOW WE CAN 
HEAT THIS STUFF: 


JELLYSTONE PARK'S FULL OF GEYSERS 
AND HOT SPRINGS: WE'LL JUST DUMP THESE 
GANS IN ONE OF THE GEYSERS! 








YOS!. YOU'RE 
AkL BRAINS 





OH, NO! IT WON'T 
STOP SPOUTING 
| FOR AWEEK, AND 
WILL FILL THE 
WHOLE PARI WITH 
STEAM! 





TLL UUST SLIDE THIS: 
DOWN AND COVER IT Ove! 


NOW HERE'S A LIKELY-LOOKING POOL 
OF HOT WATER! OUR HASH QUGHT TO. 
IE COOKED IN NO TIM 


DON'T DUMP ANYTHING INTO "OLD TOUCHY"3 
IT DORSN'T TAKE ANYTHING TO TOUCH ITOFFE) 








NONO! IT's AGAINST 
THE RULES To DistURB. 
NATURAL FORMATIONS# 








DON'T 
we Cai YOU DOWN: 


WORRY, ANGER ee 
A brats TER OR Sone Wa 


“NEVER MIND? JUST 
ME A ake ANP A 
ff 


en ) 
HAD IT $0 RESTFULL” s SURE eas an 
ul ~ KINDS! 


‘AGUYY Want. 
SPEND A WEEK ON 
TOP OF AGEYSER? 





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for professional recognition, a one-year internship is recommended. 
You must have an aptitude for the sciences, particularly chemistry 
and mathematics, and be able to organize and manage work programs. 

Because of community health programs and a greater use of hos- 
pitals, many dietitians will be needed. Experienced dietitians in hos- 
eas, earn around $1,000 a month, while school dietitians earn a 
little less, 


As a VETERINARIAN 


Animal antics and the health and care of pets and livestock will occupy 
your time, if you choose to be a veterinarian, As a doctor of veterinary 
Medicine, you will treat diseases and injuries of animals, performing 
‘surgery when necessary. You will also use medicine and vaccines to 
keep diseases from spreading to other animals or humans. 

Some veterinarians specialize in treating small animals and pets. 
Others specialize in the health and care of cattle, horses or poultry. 
Others work in public health programs inspecting meat, poultry and 
other food. Still other veterinarians carry on research in the prevention 
and treatment of both animal and human diseases. 

To become a veterinarian, you must have at least two years of 
college followed by four years of study in a college of veterinary 
medicine. Good health and an understanding of and a genuine affection 
for animals are very necessary. 

With population increases, more veterinarian services will be needed. 
The veterinarian in private practice generally earns the most. Those 
employed by state governments average around $12,000 a year, while 
those working in universities average about $14,000 a year.