Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 7, 1975 · Page 14
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April 7, 1975

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 14

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AvALAiN^rit-Juvji\NAL— ivlonoay Morning. April THE BITTER HALF By BOB BARNES Greatness _V£b Answer to Previous Puzzle "I call my wife 'Blue Monday 1 , because I hate to face her too!" ARCHIE By BOB MONTANA. ACftOS» l and mighty 5 Colossi! 10 Ancienl city in Holy Land 1 \ Beaver lur 12 Piece ol land 13 State without proof 14 Hawaiian greeting 15 European river 16 Marry 17 Japanese verse loim 19 Which individual? 22 Edible bulbs 23 Avoid 24 Allerer 27 War event 28 Church calendar period 29 Member of the wake 31 OMice item 32 Army division 33 Fixed 34 Course to follow • 35 John (Gaelic) 38 Highest parts 39 Kitchen stove 41 Intellectual giant 44 Talisman 45 Juicy fruit 46 Bristles 47 Indian tent 48 Be aware ol DOWN 1 the Great 2 Skin irritation 3 Most prominent 4 Man's nickname 5 Roman emperor 6 Small island 7 Supped DUIi DICK TRACY By CHESTER GOUIO QC2U UUU rana UUL3C1HB cia EJHQ AI&IS1E 8 Wooden peg 9 Town (Cornisn prefix) 10 Ashen 11 Plugs up crevices 12 Fool ol quadruped 15 Immense 18 Uletime 19 At what time? 20 Very large 21 Unique entity (coll.) 22 Not well 23 Polite titles 24 Vivid hues 25 Fencing sword 26 Extensive 27 8eings more than human 30 Food scrap 32 Thicket 34 Pigment 35 Relative 36 Ajar (dial.) 37 Seine 38 Harrow spike 40 Self (comb, form) 41 Received 42 Before 43 Siesta 44 Inquire /I CANT GET BEHIND ( WITH MY STRIPS. HURRX SPARKLE' MILE VERA FUMES, THE LAW GRINDS ON. EN,PREPARATIONS TO RESTORE NUMBERS RUED OFF -fch« DEATH WEAPON. BRING ME DRAWING PAPER AND INK- .DRAWMV CARTOONS RIGHT RE IN JAIL? BULLET COMPARISON TO IDSriTIFV THS PCATH GUN, STEVE ROPER By SAUNDERS and OVERGARD fcoULD BE/ BUT THE /GAMS DON'T KNOW « THAT/ MAYBE f CAW PULL OFF SLUFFA „ YOU KNOW THE WDRDA FIREARMS ARE MR. C. -AND I'LL S,K.LE<5AL BLAST THOSE PWKCM E R NJE.' WE'RE KID? INTO THE NEXT/ IN A SAME COUNTY/ «. ...A REFUSE/ ITS $O OLD AND RUSTY I DOUBT IF ITU EVEN SHOOT/ HfiiZf COLLECTING TRIBUTE FROM THE VILLAGE MERCHANTS, MIKS AMD "ST£M" HAVE MADE A DISCOVERY- HE'S OUT RIGHT 56789 Bur WE HAVE All OUR SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO IMPROVE CONDITIONS IN SCHOOL / WHERE'S WEATHERBEE, 1 NOW/ Miss PHLIPS f BOUGHT IT AFTER] WAS HELD UR /5EE THAT MR.C/X. RELIC/ BUZ SAWYER By ROY CRANE DOM'T' HETOLPME YOU'D 8E HERE, ARCHIE/ HE SAID TO LEAVE THEM ON HIS. DESK/ WHERE ARE YOU? THAT'S MV HUSBAWD. VOU'Ve BLINDED HIM WITH THAT CACTUS. "PON'T DOXNY-' • THING ELSE CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS I SOMSTIMBS WONDE* PJi.D Cleaners Ph.D GARBAGE SERVICE IF AN ADVANC50 OESR5E By CHIC YOUNG CAN YOU T6LL ME WHAT'S WROMS WITM MY PLANT? TMIS IS TERRIBLE.' YOUR PLANT IS INFESTED WITH HAYCOCK WEEVILS WHAT CAN 1 DO ABOUT IT? FOPGET THE PLANT AND START RAISING W1NTHROP By DICK CAVAU! Hi, CHIPS/ ) Weu_,THE ANIMAL I BEHAVIOR PEaOPLE f ARE WROH&... PO©5 CAN CLfAAB TREES. By AL CAPP OUR MARY \AN'5HENEWAH LADYLIKE ) MfcVAH / LETS ON WHEN HURTS \HfcR FEELIW TANTALIZIN'r.' NOBOOV5 } IS HURT POWM TH' T&ARS- STARVIM' IM r. DOOLEY'S WORLD By BRADFIELD -ITS NATURES WAY OF LETTING YOUR MOTHER KMOW IT'S TiME TO DEFROST THE TV D'D IT AGAIN ' ME MADE SEMSE! YOU WERE SAYING ? BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH By FRED LASSWELL VEP-HEUSES I HEAR TELL VE \ IT OUTDOORS BOUGHT TATER OWE | FER O'THEM THflR . PLRSTICflL POOLS INDOORS FER EftTIN SHORT RIBS By FRANK ONEAL ALL VvE DO iS ADMIT 5AUDIA2ASIA, KUWAIT, IPAQ TH'EEB PLEMTV OP srAes IN OLD 61ORYAND A FEW (CAMELS IN THE SENOTE Ry?<IN6 LOT. TELL u5 OF >ou.t? PLAN MARY WORTH By SAUNDERS and ERNST IT'S REALLY QUITE SIMPLE, KEEP THE SMALL SHORT- OVER. WITH THE 6NP ON EACH SIDE-" THEN AROUNP AMP V KNOW, YOU'RE PRETTY ClEVERf OTHERWISE THEREMISHTBE COULD YOU SHOW A SURPRISE GIFT FROM ROSE, SETH MADISON TURNS TO MARY--- ME HOW TO TIE A WINDSOR KNOT; MRS. WORTH?- IV£ NEVER LEARNED.' OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN I,SIR, AM ROGER iDLENOT TlNVES-AWX.' NOT RIP PROCTOR PROCTER m, TRUE FRIENP V HIMSELF. WHO FORceD THE OF THE CONSUMER. ANP // OIL BARONS TO REFILL FOUNDER Of PROCTOR'S ) (, WELL AFTER BEING PROTECTORS' I TH'S ) { C16ARETTE LIGHTER MANS WILD CLAIMS J \ REFILL? THERE ARE CABBAGE TOMATO ANlD> PEPPER. WHICH MEAWSVWHICHMEAUS WE'P > MORE PICBGIM; \ BETTER aoBEFORE MORE Pi-AWTWi PLUS I 'LAW TO MAKE -RPEW MUCH LAR6 fZ. THAW LAST YEAR'S.' AAORE WATERlkJ BECOMINJ'A COUPLE OF FARM HAWPS-- J DON'T TRUST THAT C3UY WITH HiS> SIFT OF £3A8: IN.' I PEMANP JUSTICE STEVE CANYON By MILTON CANIFF "REST IN PEACE".' TH£ TRACKS OF \ W£'L-U 5AD GUYS HEAD ) TRAIL- 5NOWCAT VV1U-U CATCH UP FOU.OW WITH HER/ START, AFTER pflav. eyr rwe TRAIL fADES UNDER THE IVWITE DRIFTS SSYOND THE R REAL INSTANT PLAYIKJ 1 IT SAFE

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