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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa the Cedar japlds Gazette: Sat.. April 20, 1974 PEANUTS Joe College was getting on in years. it was hard to believe that he had a son old enough to graduate from High School. Where had the time gone? BEETLE BAILEY IP THERE WERE ANY MOKE DAYS N E WOULD GIV'E on THEM, TOO. IT'S SATUKPAV AT LAST MARK TRAIL WORRY ABOUT ANDY DRIVES SLEEP AWAY AND MARK TOSSES IN HIS BED AMANDA PANDA 000PBN' 8r MARCIA COURSE MOOSE FORSET THE FOKER PARTY, TRVTO'RNOA NICE HOME FOR THAT SHHHHHH! THE BOYS ARE STARTINS TO ARRIVE... By BOB WEBER MUCH OB THAT lT s (111 HOW WAS YeREArTr THE POKER ICLCeBERED PAPJTY? VMOOSE ON THE LAST HAND AND LINED MY POCKET WITH SILVER... M TLLSET VOU--A SOWL, IT SEEMS I HAVE A NICER PVW WHEM A FRIENPLS WOKP STARTS M6 OW WAV STEVE CANYON r euess HE CANT COPE WITH yes, SUMMER, "M YOUR NEW ,MCK- S7EVE VOUINrEERSD Sta' POT.' TO OO OUT ON THE OIL JOB... I TOIP HIM ACCEPTING HANG IN. THAT INHERITANCE WOULD) SUMMER OMNSE OUR LIVES-ANi> NOWrTHASHAWENBPM WILL AND IT IS ABOUT TO MARY WORTH By SAUNDERS AND ERNST I CAN DO IT NOW oirriNS SOME CORNERS ON MV HOUSEHOLP ALLOWANCE.1 IF you MEAN By PUTTING US ON A PlEr1 Of- HOT POGS, 7HATS OUT' THEN I CAM THINK OF A BETTER SOLUTION-IF YOU'LL AGREE TO IT; IT'S TOO SAP you PIPN'T mv FOR THEM THEN.' I THAT BILL FROM BARTON'S 6 FOR SHOES I BOUGHT BEFORE WE WERE CARRIER WHEN I WAS STIlt WORKING FOR MKHAM. INC..' Read Dennis the Menace Dolly In The Gazette Classified Section NANCY BUZ SAWYER BV ROY CRANE SLUGGO, YOU'RE MY BEST FRIEND, SO I'M GOING TO GIVE YOU SOMETHING f I FOUND A I TICKET FOR TODAY'S BASEBALL GAME--- I'LL GIVE IT TO YOU THIEVES? MOW, HOW DO VOU FIHD THIEVES...; WH AT MAPE YOU S1CK7 DOW'T KNOW. HAVE BEEH CAREFUL OF .MY FOOP AMP DRINK. CAN'T UNDERSTAND IT. By ERNIE BUSHMILLER 1 CAN DO FELL HE'S REALLY POOPED.' NANCY-- YOU'RE A REAL PAL UNLESS CAN FIND WHO STOLE THE C01M COLLECTION FROM SMOW MUSEUM WAIT DISNEY'S SCAMP PONY EXPRESS PASSED THiS Answer to Previous Puzzle AGAIN WOLF-DOG IS SETTING OUT TO FACE (THE RIGORS OF THE ACROSS 1 English dog 6-----terrier 11 Intrepid 13 New York village 14 Dog breeder iDObfiterator 16 Sea eagle ivar.l 17 Further 19 Plant ovule 20 Rid silk of sericin 23 Tatter K Railroads lab.) 26 Revolving part (mach.) 28 Deposit of loam (gcol.) 30 Musical syllable 31 Gibbon 32 Lamb (dial i 33 Girl's name 34 Explosion 36 Pertaining to whales 39 Farm (owl 40 Command to a dog 42 Medicinal .quantities 44.Operatic solo 46 Recent (comb, form) 48 Separate column 49 Given at a dog show 51 Malayan dagger 54 After ends of. ships 55 Sharper lo the taste 56 Region in Germany 57 Billiards stroke DOWN 1 Fragment 2 Listener 3 Sea holly plant (var.) 4 Goddess of the dawp 5 Pastry 6 Armed conflict 7 Guide's notes 8 Defeated ones 9 Manifests derision 10 Groups of cattle 12 Weep 13 Made of metal 18 Comparative suffix 21 Absolute 22 Swamp 24 Prodded 27 Ravings 29-Muse of poetry 34 Reprove 35 Combines 37 Small isles 38 Stops 39 Unduly rigorous 41 Symbol for tellurium 43 Cubic meter 45 Ventilates 47 Month (ab. 50 Compass point 52 Male sheep 53 Epoch "These are positively the last groceries I'll pay for out of my DICK TRACY By CHESTER GOULD GRIN AND BEAR IT By Lichfy FOLKS. WITH THIS GEK3ER HEAR THOSE COUNTER YOU CAN J CLICKS? ACTUALLY HEAR THE POWER OF THE HEALTH RINGS. r THAT5 FOLKS, THATS ATOMIC! OKAY, BIG BRASS, PULL YOUR SLEEVE DOWN, YOU'RE ON. 6 7 89 10 12345 DIDN'T KNOW WE ,X WAS ENTITLED TO 1 A RETURN OOR MOST SET DOSPATCH OUT WORKERS HAVE OF HERE.OR IT'U- BECOME I ALMOST FOKGOTTO HIPB IT' BIS, THICK, JUICY BOLOGNA AMD CHEESE AND EGG SANDWICH OM RYE WITH MAYOMNAISE LITTLE LOV-CAL GET THE JOB DONE
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