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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa PEANUTS NOK) ON MIS MIS 5TCWACH, NOU ON HP5 HE LIKE HE'S KlN6 BASTED! SURE SEEMS T0 RESTLESS BEETLE BAILEY THEY'D INVENT SOME TIMES A PAY, AND PAY OUT, YOU NEED MOKB WHILE THEY'RE AT rr THeY CAN INVENT 60ME PIFFEKENT PIKT MARK TRAIL MBS. HARPER, TOU CAN'T MEAW WHAT YOU SAY.. MUR SOW WOULD BE TORN TO BITS IF HE GOES IW THAT CASE.' HE WOW'T BE ...LET HIM IW THE SORRX MBS. HARPEc I CAN'T TAKE THE CHAWCE. I CAMT BE CESODMSIBLE.' I'LL SHOW YOU... RUFUS, IT'S By ERNIE BUSHMILLER DURING THIS OIL PATRIOTIC---CUT DOWN ON THE USE OF ALL OIL AMANDA PANDA The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., Jan. 26. ____ UARCIA COURSt AMP TURN THE PROPELLERS ON A HELICOPTER ARE ON TOP... THIS n TO GO UP... AMP ALSO STRAIGHT POWN.' STEVE CANYON AFTER MY BIO AWENTURE, I FEEL VERY OPEN I'IKE HOIIOK TONIGHT BUT 'HARAl'TAKB DIFFERENT FORMS...AND IN A LAW OFFICE MILES AWW... 8-EFALL ME! I HAVE OIN6P WELL: THATS WHAT THE MAN 5AIP- UNTIL WE CREDIT CARD CHAR6K CAME THE NEXT MONTH STEVE, LET'S HAVE COFFEE AT HOME NO WONKR. WE COULPNT FINP SUMMER SMITH OLSON r CANYON! MARY WORTH By 5AUNDERS AND ERNST HARP TO GET ONE AT THIS (PI I -TELL VdJ WHAT.' illPfWE YOU HAVE PIHNER WITH US, THEN I'LL I WIN TOU INTO THE CIH MVSEIF. THEN WEIL STOP NOW- UV> tn BACK TO THIS KOMCfflOW! .'IT'S AFTER fc O'CLOCK Will 7011 CAUME ATWI.MR. FMRHOPt MOOSE Read Dennis fhe Menace Daily in The Gazette Classified Section BY BOB WEBER I HAVE 50 MANY JOBS TO DO I CAN'T SEEM TO SET OC6ANIZED MOOSE! PAINT THAT SHABBY PO WHAT I DO.... MAKEALIST...THEN CROSSING OUT EACH JOB YOU FINISH WILL SIVE YOU A SENSE OF. lOA-M.-MAG-Mea NOON 2'RM. MAS M005E 4PM. HAG MOOSE 6 RM. MAS MOOSE BUZ SAWYER v ROY CRANE HE TOLD ERWtE HET5 THE LIBRAKV DOOR UNLOCKED FOR HIM ID EMTER. 60 I'M 60ING TO WHAT HE TOLD ERWI5" TO DO, to Prev ous P R A ACROSS 35 issue Y A Lake 39 Ship's spar 8 Vessels for 40 O E S liquids 12 Native melal Unil of 13 Martian 42 Western E comb, lorm 45 3 14 Continent 1 S 15 Bridle part 49 16 Those who Toddler i heed 51 Boy's Indian boat 29 The ontinued 52 Utilizes 31 stories 53 French Funeral fire 33 Sa 20 Biblical 54 Louse sp. l 38 lawgiver 55 Back talk 40 21 Also 56 coll. 41 Ceramic 22 European Symbolic river 57 Aeriform 42 24 Agreement 26 Aquatic Bury 43 Anatomicn 23 Inland bodies mammal 1 Steals water 44 Goddess 27Winglikcpart 2 Great Lake 30 Hold in regard 3 Took Nuisance discord 25 Fictiona 46 32 Valley in 4 Dinner 47 Palestine 5 Seed Struck 34 Breast 1 comb. 6 Tenant Adjusting 48 Roden form 1 Fireplace 50 FINCH WILL BE" WATCHIH6 THE; DRIVE FOR 50 I'LL SO THRU THE- WOOP5, WALT DISNEY'S SCAMP By WALT PISNEY "Let me know if your psychiatrist agrees with ray diagnosis that you're a bit on the balmy side." DICK TRACY HUMANS ARE SURE NUTS ABOUT TENMlS! WELL, THERE'S ONE GOOD THING ABOUT IT. I-Z6 THEY'RE ALWAYS TALKING ABOUT LOVE' IV CHESTER GOULD LAB TO TRACY: PRECIPITIN TEST COMPLETE. RECORDS VOUR RESPIRATION. THE ARM CUFF, YOUR BLOOD COMING RIGHT UP, JIM. AND AL HANDLE THINGS, IT'STH WAV AH KIM GIT INTO TH' BAD PLACE- WHERE. THAT ROTTEN LI'L PAPPY IS-AM' STOP HIS ROTTEN! LI'L SCHEME''' AH GOT A GOOD REASON FO'IT, SON.V HOKUM'S GONE. GRIN AND BEAR IT By Lichty "It's nice of you to cull me a quack, Mr. Figby but I'm really just an BLONDIE ON STAGE By LEONARD STARR By CHICK YOUNO DO YOU MAKE ANY PROFIT OM THIS "ALL YOU CAN PAT FOR A DOLLAR TEN" i IN THE FIRST PLACE, WHAT WE GIVE YOU DOESN'T COST) MUCH IN THE SECOND PLACE, NOBODY EATS MUCH OF IT.' MEANWHILE... i EUJOYED IHEN DON'T MYSELF, XSAV IT YET.' COOKIE.' I HATE TOSAYycOME SEE THE APARTMENT I'VE SUBLET AMP HAVE, A NIGHTCAP.' r- NOT ME.'... BUT CONSIDERING THE STRANGLE-HOLD IT HAS COMEDY' ARE ACTUAL 11 ARGUING WI1H WHILE PGWN THE HALL... WHAT HAPPENS WHAT'S Y YOU RfHT TO fit- COIU60H7 1 nRTAIHCKS! IT'S AFTER MIDNIGHT AMD SHf'S _, BROUGHf A v MAfJ HOME i win HER! iSl 7
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