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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa PEANUTS J&Slojl Soctsi, Ofauj! JJt ku o Jill JU*™A CAU .fal'Ki.d. J? ani Atc^dtul tuu<i jjj. atejuWy. arith hi . 01'U.tiAK A A* !it JUi heJvn Tia bail wiuj WUt J* S CML ? ti* * duU ! ii mea Ut Am/r UH TKC NUfcE SAID, the^ll Pierce (MEALIE (DE GET PARENTAL PEK,minion J f THAT'5 PERFECT, LUCILLE.' IT SOUNDS EXACTLY LIKE A , FED-UP MOTHES' THAT'S NO PROBLEM BEETLE BAILEY YOU'RE A Lousy cook Y'KTMOW tm at ? ^ yOJ'RE NOT -WEKy ISMARj J TO SAY \ THAT WOULD / you BITE f THE MAND \ TMAT PEEDE YOU? > By ED DODD I'M SO GLAD YOU CAME BACK...I WROTE THAT NOTE BECAUSE I / WANTED TO GET / AWAY FROM MY ^.k ll UNCLE / t C-v WELL, HES IN JAIL NOW... HE STOLE THE SHERIFF'S OOO... BUT I STILL HAVE A PROBLEM/ MARK WHERE IS HEP MOOSE By BOB WEBER BLlPk SCIENCE TEACHER ASKED HIM TO KEEP THESE PETS PURINS SOMMER _ VACATION .....rkjJl X'M AFRAID Read Dennis the Menace Doily in The Gazette Classified Section BUZ SAW TER (REJECTED, PEPPER SITS IN THE HOTEL LOSBY. Bv ROY CRANE 7AND WHAT MAV I TELL THE ^ ^SHEIK IS YOUR BUSINESS, MR. /HE'S ABOUT T0\ ^ AWYER ^ ^ BE FLEECED IN 7/ I BUYING A COIN / / Collection.y / I / U I ( help Iii Bv ERNIE BUSHELLER HEY/ IS SHEIK AU STAYING IN THIS HOTEL? JM| HE AMP IC ENTOURAGE HAVE ijjj ■■ SUITES ON THE fig, NINTH FLOOR. FIRST I WANT TO CHECK ON WHAT WE'RE GOING 1 TO EAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO STAY FOR DINNER ? ^ I'LL TELL YOU IN A MINUTE Answer to Previous Puzzle Variety WALT DISNEY’S SCAMP AC HOSS I Feminine appellation 9 Hodgupodgo 13 Branched 14 Scepters 15 Assam silkworm 16 Compass |iomt 17 Narrow aperture 18 Fast T i I 19 Kncou ntered 20 Playthings tor girls 21 Roulette wager 22 Scottish alder tree 23 Purloin 26 Reply (ab i 27 Obtain 30 Formulate 32 Possess 33 Nervous malady 34 Minute 36 Egyptian god of Pleasure ’nutlike part 38 Approaches 39 Fthiopian prince 40 Dower property 41 Delicacies 44 Franklins nickname 45 (iold (Sp I 48 (ireat I.ake 49 Kceentric wheel 50 Shakespearean river 51 Grant ase temporarily 52 Estrange 54 Pillars 55 Tradesman DOWN 1 enfettered 2 Gibbons 3 Leave out 4 Narrow inlet 5 lieder 6 Baseball learns 7 Penny 8 City in the Netherlands 9 Masculine na nu* YIPE/ IT's THAT TIME I OF YEAR/ ^CAA1/C> .CAMP 31 Roman date 32 Hurries 35 Presently ii? Hance step 39 RambouliKe grasses 40 Abdicate 41 Prison room 42 District 43 Mw 44 Cotton t>u (Hi Ic 45 elliptical 46 Surf sound 47 Heavy blow 49 Vehicle 50 Cuckoo blackbird 53 Babylonian deity 10 Lounge about 11 False god 12 Hops kilns (var.l 19 Masculine 20 I foetors 'ab 1 21 Sponsor 22 Dill 23 Kschar 'mod 1 24 Heavy volume 25 Son of Seth (Bib) 26 Greetings 27 Fiesta 28 At all limes 29 Scatters, as hay (NI ASP API. R EM LRPH.SL I in. I .at.rn S*n&r.t., Inc.. IV74 World ugh*. “How can I be a successful leader when I have to deal with that simple-minded bunch of followers?” DICK TRACY Bv CHESTER COULD IM PROUD OF MV MAT! PUT VOUK MAT IN THIS BAG SO YOU ^ WON’T BE f RECOGNIZEDJ I GRIN AND BEAR IT WMILE I PAV TNE BILL AT TNE DESK, YOU GO TO TNE CAR AND WAIT.v Rg; ma UL ABNER I WILL RETURN THEM TO Y YOU'RE YOU, FIEND. THE PENALTY ) A FOR ATTEMPTED MURDER J TRUE IN THIS STATE IS 59 V BLUE VC A AS. I WILL FILE )( BRITISH NO COMPLAINT// </> SPORT JI BURSTONE OMLY ONE.'' TWC BLOOMER FIEND/'/ f YOO ROBBED MEOF THE BEST 59 YEARS x* OF MV , i LIFE.'.' //Hm.?-what n Bitter little MAN WOULD < WANT TO CUT MV THROAT? ??-THIS LAD^ L -" HAIM’T NO LADY'' ITS A BITTER j f LIX \ "I think Junior hoi what it takes to be President someday. . . . You should hear the language he s been using lately!" LOOK!. I THINK IHE LEFT ^UH... ^ MAVIS... , OH IT IS/... BUI I THOUGHT. WELL, I WON'T EVEN TELL YOU WHAT I THOUGHT/ ...WHERE'S THAT OPP ^ PBUVERY PER50NT JU BLONDIE Bv CHICK YOUNG I NEVER HEARD OF ^ AN 7T-WHAT DOES IT MEAN i A ^ I JUST GOT MY REPORT CARD . I aumoJlfPw COMPART SUHM 1 out! or ill STIR. YOUR Yr EMBERS/ j OKAY, AMSTER I -LAST CALL! POKER TIME! 77-AHO NOT N J according \ TO HOYLE ! IM GOING TO AKRON ON BUSINESS/ WHEN I COME BACK, IU STAY 1 AT THE COMMERCE . hts CLUB' yA MATT! ) WAIT CY MY ATTORNEY WILL BE IN TOUCH WITH YOU/-ABOUT THE DIVORCE/ GOODBYE PEGGY! AMANDA PANDA The Cedar Rapids Gazette, Tues., ieee 4, 1974 By MARCIA COURSl I FOUNP Aul these Brushes WHEN CLEANING OOT THE PRAWER. Thev're all usep in Different waws. CAN TOU TELL WHAT EACH ONE IS USE? FOK ? _ STEVE CANYON Bv MILTON CANIFF BV SAUNDERS AND ERNST ON STAGE .IT SURE WAS NICE OF BOOMER ..BUT IF HE GAVE MI THE RUG IT CAN'T HAVE BEEN THAf IMPORTANT TO HIM... I PO THINK IT'S QUITE VALUABLE, ATAVIS...
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