Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 4, 1976 · Page 113
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July 4, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 113

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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 4, 1976
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'Must be the Yaqui-Yaqui tribe." 'This is the point where he always goes to the phone and gets an estimate ort artificial turf." "Ever notice that as bikinis get smaller, men's eyes get larger?" don't think it's fair if the crowd at the game doesn't have to wdtch commercials, too." 1976, Tht R«git«r and Tribun* Syndicate "Of course I believe in sharing -I've only claimed this lawn chdir, while you have the run of the whole back yard!" ANDV CAPP NIGHT DUTY'S A REAL tRA6,EH,TO/K? TELL YOU te;ts WHAT, LETVAVEAWALK fcSTTHECAPPS -THEY'RE M ALWAYS G O O ~ ^ ~ ' - ACT ONE, SCENE ONE THESE DAY? STEVE ROPER arid MIKE NOMAD by SAUNDERS OVERGARD WAS HOPING A LOCATES TRUDY HALFS APARTMENT, AND A HANDSOME YOU LOOK JUST FINE-BUT IF I'M IN THE WAY HERE,IU LOOK HUMAN WHEN I SAW YOU STEVE-/MOVIN6 IS NOT A BEAUTY TREATMENT.' WOULDN'T MESS -DISPLACE WAS IN, ICOULPNE^ER HAVE MAPE IT LIVA0UE ALONEf -MVE ALMOST NEEDEP AC(PTOSETTHE6REy OFF THE KITCHEN WALLS, NIGHT- DON'T BE SILLY/ BfclCEANOIAREJUST TRYING TO BRING A LITTLE ORDER OUT OF THIS CHAOS! -- PUT THE BOOKS OVER THERE,DEAR.' WHAT5 V9N6Z I CAUGHT MY NA^ID UNDER BRICE? y/THAT PUNCH OF BOOKS- V. , ^ \ PlNCHEP MY FINDER; ANP V ^ NT MY rs.-;-v,T I'igT fflH-i RIN6/

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