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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, November 18, 1962, Image 142

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to say t v
g—i 1/ WASHINGTON'S
<* x » TT 0 THOSE aspiring to success
x. lYl' I I in the comic strip world, an
\r ’•x'XX I i artist who has *nade it has this ad-
'x ’5) / i \ I v * ce: 'Don’t take any advice.”
~ I J Bob Baldwin, creator of “Fred-
\ X dy,” says advice from well-meaning
(fl -X? 1 Ml “experts” would have killed the
Yr'fj Ax J* ))■ ill-tempered moppet before
k ’X' S he got off the
J was lucky>
X I AR says. “I was in Okinawa working as
/ / V an art * st for the Defense Depart-
| /\ >. I ment 1 had been out of the country
I .Jx [t for three years.”
i * You see ” explains Mrs. Helen
Baldwin, “if we had been in this
country everybody would have told
■ ~ FREDDY'S FATHER
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Mjf I 'H?
B°b Baldwin (left) turns out
another Freddy strip in his
Northwest home. Above, he rli ‘
<’ works in his portable studio, ’BJ
the family bus. At right, he
y shows some new strips to his <l I . W B/
w V\\. family - Mrs. Baldwin and Annie ' BflkJl
Marie (seated) and Tommy, Joel
W' absent when picture was taken. J -
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SUNDAY MAOAZINK. THX WASHINGTON STAR. NOVKMBKR 18, iMg

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