Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on July 7, 1969 · Page 6
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 6

Brownwood, Texas
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Monday, July 7, 1969
Page 6
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«M t, MA. |... TM «-, U! Ft. Depredators ICt-fr* 3 Baking (coll.) 6 Sea felon 12 Pirate ship | Absve~(P^t) 13 Useless 5 Strong p«p*f 15 Musical 6 Weapon composition 7 Daughter bf 16 Signal of Cadmus distress (myth.) 2B Solar disk 17 Australian 8 Cattle thieves (*8f.) 45 Man's bird 9 Near 2B Layer of iris nieknahie 18 Writing 10 Bound (anai)- 46 Kind 6f exafn implement n Patron Saint 2$ Irish Mian's of sailors , nafrte •'! think I love you, Ridiard, but I'll have to check my horoscope! SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox 59 £ a{S ood lsumcdl }9 Corpulent „, »,,..«,» ..-...21 English royal 14 Continent 30 Entreat family (ab.) Si Merfy 23 Idle walks 20 Constellation §2 Plunderer 25 Feline animal 22 Pronoun §4 Pismires 27 Medicinal 23 Daze plant 24 Nautical 28 Cherished record r ~.. monogram 25 Set of rules 43 200 (Roman) 31 Rose (2 words) 33 Sepulchers 35 Handsome lad 37 Mean person 38 Desire (coll.) 39 Jump 42 Skirl coloration 43 Red table wines 45 Puccini opera 48 Somewhat (suffix) 49 Raven's cry 52 Anger 53 Aeriform fluid 55 Old Latin. Bible translation 57 Feminine name 47 Blood fluids 49 Rom art moralist 50 Malted drink* 51 Lack ~».,.,.....-., 54 Up (comb. 36 Body 6f water form) 40 Ascended 56 Sailor (coll.) 41 Footlike part 58 Military rank - - - - {a b.) as food 60 Brigand 61 Winter phenomenon (Ntwtpoptr Enterprise Assn.) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "It looks like the merger is off. Our computers are exchanging insults!" CAMPUS CLATTER By Larry Lewis "Poor fellow! Trying to escape he made the mistake of crossing their picket line!" I DON'T IMPRESS us PRESIDENT/ TRUSTEES WITH POMP. A YOUR AUTHORITY MATURITY AMD DIGNITY. AND 1 REALIZE YOU SOMETIMES HAVE TO PROJECT AN ENTIRELY PlFFEREMT IMA6E TOTHE STUDENT BODY. BUT THIS IS I RIDICULOUS/ ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin SUMP1M TPO WITH >• X ME, NEITHER, BUT SUMPIN TH' INTERPRETAnON/ NEVER\ TELLS ME THEY'VE COME OF PLANETAKV 7 HEARP UP WITH A PRETTY INFLUENCE/ >J-*\ OF IT/ / HOT PROPERTY.' ...TAKE COP AN' OCOLA FOR EXAMPLE M.THF/'VE GONE/ WHATJS TH' ASTROLOGY i THAT? BUSINESS/ 1 SWEAR UMPA, I THINK <3ONE BALMY. THE BORN LOSER By Art Sansom CAPTAIN iASY By Leslie Turner W$FWL : ,AHfMS*rfY' M KS WCH LOWSBgl V&f m JLL P B tpy THE TRACT fO«, A ' JRvr^ WHd'P L<3vE fO COOL fi^F SMCWLC? Hrr -tMS MAMfe THE EEK & MEEK By Howie Schneldet BUGS BUNNY By Ralph Helmdahl HOV C'M I GET A DECENT PICTURE OF vec POG WHEM HE LOOKS LIKE ~~ " WAIT, I'VE GOT AN I PEA! HOLP THIS UP AMD CALL TO HIM WHEN YOU'RE READY TO SHOOT: I ANY- WOVER JLOVeS HIS WUSBER BONE! PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vermeer WEDNESDAY WE WON MOW ABOUT WEDNESDAY WE WENT To THE RACES TUESDAY, THURSDAY FRIDAV AND BERNARD (S &ACK TO HIS OLD HABITS AGAIN. 1 SATURDAY/ U'L ABNER By Al Capp -AMD THAT MY FEE HAS E>EEK1 PAIDINADVAWCE BYACERTAIW SV/EET SOME- OWE- FORGET CM THE WORLD'S MOST EXPENSIVE DIVORCE, »„.„ (LAWYER .7 MEREL.V ^ / WE'LL NCVAH REMEMBER, \ ( N EED VQ, F. LEE JV MAKE MM FELEL I'LL BE HERE WHEW VOU KEEP ME.'/ FRECKLES & HIS FRIENDS 'y Henry Formhals itt-Fl^ttJ^FWAK^Srj TRIEP AMP T \V^" PlPW*" EVrM A PCOP Or Tp SIT OT4THF STOOL/ 7 ' 7 WINTHROP By Dick Cavalll I THINK ITAU/ 16 ^— —. f WHATAVM^S J \ VOLITH/NJ< / ( THAT? / ^—< SHORT RIBS By Frank

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