Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 5, 1975 · Page 20
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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 20

Lubbock, Texas
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Saturday, April 5, 1975
Page 20
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10-C—LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL—Saturday Morning, April 5, 1975 Jack Tippit CROSSWORD PUZZLE ' ACROSS 27. Venerable 29. New star 30. Spelt 32. Russian plans I. Publicize 5.Tavern B.Taropaste 11. Counter-tenor 12. Mark aimed at 34. Totem pole in curling 35. Greek poet 13. Mr. Linkletfer 37. Receive 14. Heathlike So. 39. In the future African shrubs 41. Saltpeter sano 33H ana B0QQH aaa saa SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE "It's kinda funny ... he always catches the chocolate-covered peanuts, but he somehow manages to miss all the raisins." 37. Curt ISJapanese Buddhist. • monastery 19. Ballad 21.Wireless 24. Equivatencs 45. Sect 48. Rainbow 49. Armpit 50. Incase 51. Wither 52.Catnip 53. Celtic DOWN l.TimeRone 2. Leather flask 3. Headliner 4.Trunk S.Japanese . admiral FUNNY BUSINESS By Roger Bolfen CARNIVAL By Dick Turner " 30 35 SI 25 46 20 39 27 iO 52. 52. /I J? 47 53 For lime 24 mitu j\P Newsfeoturej -4-5 6. Salamander 7. More recent 8. Self-contradictory statement 9. Morsel 10, Possessive pronoun '15. Go over again 16. Algerian seaport 20. Shade tree ' 22. Herb eve 23. Cereal grass 24. Exclamation 25. Bother 26. Novel 28. Delve 31. Resort city 33. Cheek 36.Styleoftype 38. Name 40. Cleopatra's river 42. Row 43. Betsy — 44. Grafted: Heraldry 45. Father 46. Biblical character 47. Pile By HANK KETCHAM DENNIS THE MENACE "Men are all alike! They buy you a hamburger, take you to a movie and Ihen expect you to do their homework for them 1 ." NANCY THATS wr VERY FUNNY/ 'You SAID IT WOULD By ERNIE BUSHMJLLER I'M MAKING- A ' TOSSED SALAD FOR LUNCH — -, OKAY ? CERTAINLY I THINK I TOSSED THE SALAP A BIT TOO MUCH — WHERE PID YOU PUT THE BROOM? B.C. By JOHNNY HART THE WIZARD OF JD By PARKER AND HART x f&e&gp AX ^ tSH-nxew&L- WlfflKM ^f^m 'i 5 .: 1 '" ''if'M NOBOPYCAN ROB AN ENTIRE HOTEL/ //' ^ m \ iJlW^ ^ V/HAT Tri^ COf^. P..TO TH&H c?N A EEK AND MEEK By HOWtE SCHNEIDER / ..AWD SfcOR ISM'T CRUMMV... I'LL WtVER CAU. YOU HOTSHOT AGAIU...AWD AX>T OKAS, HOTS HOT. (OAJOT TO &6T R\ID FOR. THAT CRUMMV COME /VJD FKSffT K<? IT '. /WHAT AM | I DOIN6 HERE? AAU6H!i \ TKATSTUPIOI \ I CHICKEN, > /NICE CATCHi I HOPE^ ( THERE WASN'T A FLA6 THE PLAV! TANK McNAMARA BY JEFF MlttAR »Bia HINDS OF VICTORY, ^EY.IJU^TGOTMY •FIR$T'hl£TW FRE.E-LANCE IT> lP >A IMVlTAT/ONAL By ALEX GRAHAM FRED BASSET GREGORY? WHO'S HE? ISNT IT PA SILVA WHO'S MA50UECAPIN5 AS THE POUCE INSPECTOR? IT C^NT &£ PA SILVA/...HE WAS SHOT WHEN HE &R0KE INTO THE I KNOW WHO IT 15 JTS C8EGOCY / It's certairuy not Greory.,. H« NO, NO, THAT WAS CANNING These , thriller serials get us a Uta« tcnFusei/ ANDY CAPP By REG SMYTHE / I'M MY ) ( OWN < A. WORST \ COULD NOU PUT ME UP FOR THE NIGHT, MOTHER-IN-LAW : ICAME'OMEA BIT TIPSY, SAID SOMETHIN^ I SHOULDN'T, AN* YOUR DAUGHTER THREW ME CUT- NOT WHILE I'M ALIVE, YOU AREN'T' THE BORN LOSER ART SANSOM BEETLE BAILEY By MORT WALKER HOW PIP you TMH 3ETTEK THAN BETTER: TMAM A POKE JM THE EVE WITH A ANP HALF A WORM A piece OF UNCOOKEP •SPA&HETTI JUDGE PARKER ' By PAUL NICHOLS WHEN I MEET 'M A LAWYER!) I'M A HUMANIST, VHAT'S YOUR /MR. DRIVER.' DO LOCATION? ^YOU KNOW WHAT THAT IS? I THINK 5O... WT BUT IT'5 NOT BUT I DIDN'T Wf NECESSARY FOR ME REALIZE THAT ^^TO MAKE A LIVING.' ONE COULD MAKE) I HAVE A MOST A LIVING AT IT.' A) ADEQUATE NHER1TANCE-.' DID YOU ASK WHAT MY \ SOMEONE, I VOCATION IS? WHY-WOULD) LIKE TO PLACE YOU WANT TO KNOW THAT,/THAT PERSON PERSPECTIVE; REX MORGAN, M.D. By DAL CURTIS CHRIS HOLDEN IS ON THE PHONE .'5HESAV5 SHE MUST TALK TO YOU/ YES/OF COURSE/ 1'U.TAKE ITAT TOUR DEStf, JUNE/ BRICf ? I JUST FINISHED TALKIM& 70 CARL A FEW MINUTES AGO./ i THINK HE'S ON HIS WAV DOWN EXCUSE M£, DR.AtMM / MAVISEE YOU FOR A/MOMENT, PLEASE? \ TO SEE YOU/ HE'S VERT UPSET BECAUSE I WON'T FLY WTO NEW VCRK WITH HIM THIS AFTERNOON/ CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & MY5OM--TO WHAT DO VOL/ ATTRIBUTE YOURI MIKJP TOrALLV BLANK ? SEE FOR YOURSELF, MASTER i ABSOLUTELY WOTHINS!... NOT A TRACE OP ANV BKAIW WAVE ACTIVITV1 OUH'H-H... WJ:LL, I EAT* OAT5IE5 ABILITV TO ACHIEVE A STATE OF UTTER. MENTAL 2BKO7 WATCH LOT.5A ALLEY OOP By. DAVE GRAUE WE ASSEMBLED \ WELL, OOf? \ CAN WE THE WEAPON, BUT) WHAT CO ) USE rr DION'T CONNECT J YOUTHlNi<?7 WITHOUT THE FOWEf? r^Xr— —r^i SOURCE/ ](» ^ TZ fOD THING ONtT? OKAY IF ITRY IT? YES, BUT I WARN vou, rrte VERY , HEAVY' 7H' CASTLE TOO

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