Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on May 4, 1973 · Page 36
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Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 36

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Uncom, Neb. Journal, Friday, May 4,1973 TME GlRLS IISJ MY CLUB VOTED t$ ME CLUB -£ MI$TO«IAN R3R THREE PCASOMS- r MAVE A C33EAT WELL, WMAT ABE THE OTV4ER --*r\ TWO R6ASOMS ? BELIEVE IT OR NOT SCHMIW I eorwfc ·' SURE, y jbbfA/ tftU/ snovwsee potfr yew* srone, nemtip MR SCHMIDT Me \ UMT WTO KHW1 SUfHXT W. I KMMS -THffr, B.O.. tow. oem IDMfHE COM** TO - CHfHtSe ftSUSUM? Ill, / S O MUCH FOR \ V^eHER THOUSHT/ BLASI HOFFMAN d7651643) A RICH MISER of Borken Germany LOCKED HIS MONEY IN A SAFE IN HIS ROOM EVERX NISHT AND SLEPT WITH THE KEX UNDER HIS PILLOW- AT THE MOMENT HE DIED OtJ THE NIGHT OF JULY 9,1843 THfSAK DOOR FUU OP£N/ ! BAPTISMAL FONT OF THE CHURCH OF RAMPONIO ITALY COMPRISES PARTS OF PILLARS FROM 2 OTHER. CHURCHES COff 06 AMONG THE TRIBESMEN OF NEW GUINEft, ARE HUNS FROM THE BEAMS OF THE DECEASED'S HUT * PACKAGED IN WRAPPINGS OF PALM LEAVES AMY "Oh, hi. Daddy! Did you dream you were hungry, too?" THE BETTER HALF f N /wiz BITSV BeEK.-WAN WIU. FLY OUR WHEV PAY WINNERS TO THE KOCH IF-AH- CONCERT' UPIES ANP GENTLEMEN, THIS IS THE HIGH POINT I MAY USE THAT WORP IT IS A TRIUMPH OP fAIR PLAY ANP THE FEEE ENTER PRISE SYSTEM THAT ROCK LOVERS /WAY--- BETTER 6ET THE Wgf HEEE COMES ROCKET OFF THE f^\ 6ROUNP CONTROL/ PAO' IT'6 MOT FAII2/ A SENSITIVE KID Llk MB 00J2IO IM TW5 ALL P50PL6 TALK ABOUT 15 WAE, P/K-, IM SAFg wp w«y 5-f F20M MOW? ROLUO, HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE SO RICH [ IT'S KIND OF BORING, \ EVEN THOUGH I HAVE ( PONIES, BOATS, BIKES, V A POOL, , FTC :f n*~~'li.tx. A i n I'M GIVEN EVERYTHING I WANT---SO NATURALLY 1 PONT GET A KICK OUT OF ANYTHING j-- I THOUGHT I'D DROP \INON MY PRESIDENT \«-WHILE IT'S . I ' M HERE TO TAKE (OVER THE REINS OF f qOVERNMENT flNP- . WHAT flCE YOU DOmq I STILL A FREECOOHIRT,. HERE, TOO GOOD- i QUEEN! 7 fDg-NOJHINQ S.AVEY//? I'VE MADE THE NOTE, YOUR HIGHNESS' |f MOW, MR. EX- \ THERE flRE fl FEW PRESIPENT, IF YOU'P ) PETAILS THflT MUST MWTE THflT SEfff / BE SETTLED BEFORE ^ flND LET ME TBKE / I HflND OVER THIS OVER- J\ CHAIR, YOUie HIGHMESS! f^KTll "Must be rain coming. The boss's arthritis bothered us all day." CITIZEN SMITH IF YOU MAKE NOOACKS ABUT PRICES 5-i *U*VL0U|, IT LEAVES NOTHIN6 1 TO THE YOU LOOK POSITIVELY IT'5 PI56WCEPUL! Be6lDC6, WHAT J NHSTflVOtt r IT UEAVg POR- A WHO WANTS MHsmsy ?! MOMMA, THESE PAYS THE WATCHWORDS ARE LIKE TRUTH... HONESTY.. REVELATION... "TRUTH REVELATION..* WHOEVER DffEAMED WEP HEAR SUCH LAN6UA6E FROM OUR MM6HTER? GRIN AND BEAR IT H/M / I HATE ID PI5IU.USJON YOli RUNT, f«ITWEARENOTHOLPINA FOX HUNT TOMORROW J . ^-* WEARE60M60NA E HOMTiTOOPfAINMAI ANPfOOPFOROUKSURvKfAU S-t Briefly, «ny wrfe turned mto o 'Ms " . . . and then I met o 'Mi»i'»" 8IETTER CHECK TME CLUB.SAM.TO SEE IP NBUTTON* STILL TAKES ( - -- -- i - -- j , , WHAT PUBUCPLACE OF HONOR WILL THS MONUMENT I TO LAW AMD nanco *fffm*9^^ ' BY AVJONMAID.WILL OCCUjV ONE OF THE AT THE *EVB*WBr CLU6." JIF PARENJS r BY r MARY r BRYSON r Give your baby the attention he needs, but this not mean you must have no life beyond him. It will him no harm if you pick up some of the interests pleasures -- bowling, hiking, dining out -- you had Before you became a parent. It will make you a happier, more relaxed mother. There is no greater advantage a child. Jeane Dixon Vour Horoscope SATURDAY, MAY 5 Your birthday today: Dramatic events sprinkle the calendar, centered mostly on your efforts to overcome natural limitations Today's natives often hold secret ideas and methods that would be profitable and helpful if put to general use. Aries [March 21-April 19]: Mark this as a day for insight, successful solution of intellectual puzzles, productive study in your chosen field. Taurus [April 20-May 20]: Short-term money can be a nuisance depending on what you've done lately. Early hours are one way, later hours are altogether different. Gemini [May 21-Jnne 20]: Y o u r sates capability is again at peak. Think success, personal independence, feeling the eternal light of the soul shining. Cancer [June 21-Jnly 22]: Be alert, willing to enter fresh contacts on an even, give-and-take basis, and not' overly serious. Leo '[July 23-Aug. 22]: P u r s u e business dealings that you can't perform easily daring the week. A bit of luck on financial details may add to your resources. Libra [Sept 234fct. 22j: Morning presents a hard choice. Count relative merits, choose quickly and get on with whatever it is. Scorpio [Oct. 23-Nov. 211: Once you get the day's early chores out of the way it's: picnic of a day, for any sort of fun, games, or your favorite sport. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21]: Speaking your true feelings brings an agreeable echo, comforting companions h i p . While cooperative moods abound, enter a joint project. Capricorn [Dec, 22-Jan. 19]: Open your eyes to the beauty of your surroundings --there is something great, even in the worst of places, and surely you are not there. Aquarius [Jan. 20-Feb. 18]: Go it alone, in pursuit of your own creative projects. Your attitude stirs others, and for the moment leads more to talk than cooperation. Pisces [Feb. 19-March 20]: Take a deliberate pace with routines, so there's athoro job with time for odds and ends to be handled. Virg* [Aug. 2Sept 22]: Spending for its own sake defeats its purposes. Career and commercial activity must not encroach on the tender care you offer loved ones. c WI, TM~C*Kifl* CfOSSWOrd *"swer to Yesterday s Puzzle Puzzle ACROSS 1 Opera by Verdi 5 Pierce 9 Food fish 12 Killed 13 Carry 14 Greek letter 15 Gratify 17 Conjunction 18 Lubricate 19 Doiphmlike cetacean 21 Dart(coiioq) 23 Shams 27 Indefinite article 28 Girls name 29 Three-toed sloths 31 Mans nickname 34 Pronoun 35 Let fall 38 College degree (abbr.) 39 Soak 41 Posed for POUrai! 42 Body o? water 44 Sun god 46 Laiely 48 Fe'ony 51 European 52 Mischief (coitoQ) 53 Rupees abbr) 55 Sell lo consumer 59 Devoured 60 Identical 62 Rise and fall of ocean 63 Things m law 64 Prepare for Qrint 65 God of love .V 19 DOWN 1 Snjkf, 1 2 Sic*3 River m Scolland 4 Was ready for 5 Beer mug 6 Preposition 7 Indonesian tribesman 8 Girls nickname 9 Sings m Jow voice 50 A state 11 Stupid person 16 Scoffs 20 Made suitable 22 Symtxilfor calcium 23 Couple *24 Ceremony 26 Drink slowly ' 30 Calm 32 Son of Adam 33 Girl s .iame , 36 Paddle 37 Small dining room 40 Clans 43 A s«a!e (abbr) 45 Part o f ' to be; 47 Proofreader s mark 48 Scorch 49 Repelilion 50 Gaelic 54 Moumlul 56 Ventilate ~ 57 Afljftciai language 58 French obral ~- arjicle ;" 61 NoteoJ sca^e r: *T« 22 14 18 43 ir ^WSPAPER!

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