One of Fred Rhoads' cute girl characters (Sweetie Sack) is introduced via a thumbnail.
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Cartoonist Fred Rhoads weaves a compelling story about how time spent on vacation in nature with wild animals is more enjoyable than with humans. This story could quite possibly have been inspired by a rare vacation from his job as a 'Sad Sack' cartoonist for Harvey Publications which--according to his late wife Mattie Louise (Poston) Rhoads and in trial testimony during his 5-year court battle (see Rhoads v. Harvey Publications, Inc., 700 P.2d 840 (Ariz. Ct. App. 1984), 604 P.2d 670, and 124 Ariz. 406 (1979))--Fred Rhoads was kept busy nearly seven days a week writing stories, penciling, inking, and lettering 'Sad Sack' artwork for timely mail submission to Harvey Publications' New York headquarters.
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