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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa PEANUTS The Cedar Haplds Oafelte: Sat.. May 4, Gentlemen, 1 am submitting a story to vour magazlno far cuiisiueiutioii. 1 have been a subscriber to yxir magazine for many If you don't publish my story, I am going to cancel my subscription. AMANDA PANDA AFTER FRIDAY COMES SATURPAV, THE PAV THAT WE By MARCIA COURSE STEVE CANYON MARY WORTH So BEETLE BAILEY now ARE THE BEETLE? MARK TRAIL KlP BARKER HUKEIES TO j, BUILP A FIRE ANP DOESNT HAVE TO STAKE OUT HIS DOSS Aw caowLea SEES HIS CHANCE TO JUMP AHCV OUT OF THAT VOLS ARE ODST PLAIN L-A-Z-E-E' LAZEE.' GET DICTIONARY AND LOOK IT UP, BUI PI pow'r you LOOK BUZ SAWYER SEE MAN-SHIP HEY, is M.V WHAT- YOUR WAME? I TOLD YOU TO STOP AND PRACTICE'" YOUR PENMANSHIP I LOME TO DRAW WALT DISNEY'S SCAMP PREFABRICATED LET'S SEE IF AM EGGS GOT By MILTON CANIFF SAVED BY THE A CIRCLE WITH THE BELLE, FAT WAGONS, OUR oAU HAS WURCURB? I WAS WAITING FOR VOUN6 WOMAN, VL POTEET CANYON TO WOUUP VOU MINP RETURN... NOT SITTING ON MV CURB ...BUT UNPER TIIE FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES ACT I THINK I'LL BUCK TOR WUR DOOR J05.' I AUREAPY HAVE A FUNNY HAT ANP AN INSUFFERABLE MANNER' SEEN SCAI.PEP- ANP 40ME- By SAUNDERS AND ERNST FRGHTENEP ME.' 1 WASN'T EXPECTING YOU TILL THE BUS' VOUR. TABLE SET EVERY NISHT WITH SPARKLING CRYSTAL ANP GLfAMING- SILVER-- Read Dennis fhe Menace Daily In The Gazeffe Classified Section 1 TELL HIM VOU WAHHA .SHOW MUSEUM COLLECTION, NO QUESTIONS, ASKED. DON'T DEAL IN STOLEW -GOODS, By ROY CRANE BUT I UNDERSTAND THAT THE COLLECTIOH IS HERE IN ISTANBUL AND 1 THOUSHT MAV15E VOLl MIGHT HAVE AN ACROSS 1 Capital of Idaho 6 Twin-----on the Snake River 11 Command 12 Constellation 13 Papal capes 14 Short Urea rm 16 Digger of a sort 17 Conical heap 18 English lab. I 19 Term in bowling 23 Whirlwinds off the Faroes 24 Require 26 Peer Oynfs mother 27 Present month (ab. 1 28 Atmosphere 30 Demented 32 Heart lanat. I 33 Gold (Sp. I 34 Masculine nickname' 37 Over I poet. I 39 Permits 44 H'ealing devices 46 Sign of (he zodiac 47 Silver was found at Coeur in 1884 49 Coronet 51 Explosive noise 53 Maker ol head covers 54 Television's forerunner 55 Welcome 56 Manifest derision 57 Pithy DOWN 1 Chemical compound 2 Citrus fruit 3 Indolenl 4 Soothsayers (NEWSPAPER EN RIGHT, AM INCH. GOOD. NOW THREE INCHES TO THE LEFT S .UP A BIT..NOW STRAIGHT AHEAD! 5 Bitter vetch 6 Coxcomb 7 Get up 8 Speech impediment 9 Medicinal -wash 10 Sleeper's sounds 13 Presage 15 For lear that 20 Brazilian macaw 21 While 22 Drag 25 Cynrinoid fish 27 False god TERPR.3E ASSN 29 Moth 31 Like Isulfix) 34 Fruit 35 Lamprey fishermen 36 Surgical saw 38 Half-em 40 Puffs up 41 Cylindrical 42 Fly aloft 44 Weird 45 Fixed look 48 Protuberance 50 Passage in the brain 52 Craggy hill 53 Height-lab. 1 "He'doesn't have to give his report the company's financial standing is written all-over his face." DICK TRACY GIMME KIP, I'LL ASK AROUND. Bv CHESTER GOULD VOUR CEAR IS ALLSET.MR. SMITH, MONITORS, TAPES, DIRECTIONAL FINDER AND.COMPUTER GRIN AND BEAR IT By Lichty LIL ABNER WEISSOHAPPV SHARIN' VORE. LIFE IN (HVIDEELSPORT-- LI'L ABNER IS MICELV CLEAN IW OUT VORE STABLES- 'AH'LL BE THROUGH V BUT HOMESTABEGOr IM HVIDEELSPORT EVERYONE IS HOPEITDOM'T SOUND PUSHV, BUT ISTHAR AMV MIZZUBLE LI'L 5POT ON VOP.E 6OO-ACRE ESTATE WHARHEKIN PLAV? PLAV WITH ON STAGE "Considering what it costs to feed him, I'll thank you to quit telling me your father's bark is worse than his By LEONARD STARR BLONDIE Dv CHICK YOUNG proj' DAGWOOD, AMR. RETURNED YOUR CAUL -.TODAY f I DIDN'T CALL, ANY MR. SHOULD CALL-HiM 'V- MOW HE WAS NICE EMOUSH TO RETURN A CALL YOU DIDN'T -J' THE LEAST VDU CAN DO IS RETURN ONE THAT HE )...ITS IS or possiae AT WE JAMMING OMENT, PEAR... HA9 HAPPENED TO I SPEAK TO BOOMER PLEASE? T'S RATHER IMPORTANT.' NO-1 THINK ...THEN YOU THINK THE THE CHANGES ARE NEW SCRIPT CHANGES ARE ALL RIGHT, POH'T OBJECT? ANP YES- 1 OBJECT.
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