Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on July 8, 1969 · Page 5
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 5

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Tfll¥ BUuJETiM Tuesday, Jufy 8, Maf§ Daily CrOBSWOrd P022/e Cwhmn Scrambler Achoss fiatioh "How come nowadays you only get half as much dress for twice as much money?" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox * i»*» kr xu, W..TJJ i* 7-8 13 idolized 14 Har*atef 15 Separated and classified 16 AHfted fleei 17 Upjpte* liihb 18 Sacred song 20 Cehlurieter- gtaJh-secoftd (ab.) 21 Sncxtfe 23 Pronoun 24 Article 25 Peruvian animal 28 Tiny 29 Freudian terrn 30 Female fowl 31 Social beginner (coll.) 32 Man's name 33 Lifetime 34 Adolescent years 36 Native metal 37 Symbol for barium 38 Three times (comb, form) 40 Equal parts (Latinab.) 41 Grain to be ground 44 Color 46 Bring into syntony 48 City's law enforcers 50 Teeter .51 Oleicacid salt 52 Assaults * 53 Suit maker 3 Analogical 4 Craft 5 profound « Puts to 7 Papal cape 8 Buratkm of Hisjgir-ira ^ nsm issrai 9 Scottish cap 10 Athapascan indlan 11 Piece of tapered wood 12 Brazilian •macaws l§Candlenut tree 22 Guaranty 24 Occupaftt 2t tfftfuly ctowd 39 flight-hand 40 Spanish 30H&ite« 33 Rugged 41 Srhall insect Jtiountaih 4a&lemish erSStS 43 Hindu weight 54 Oriental £6fgy 45 forest 35 ddniiftued ct-eaturfe Story 47 Employ 36 Made of oat* 49 Hawaiian 37 Makes beet garland cusset" SACfc THE tn§ toR weft, AwbfALSd ^i 'MOT fAis/wSwy ^ILI/*)VA/ f'Jt/\ >A"VT '" " . .- . s --H | lfc> USE It/ c &j*&& mt> THE EIK & MEEK By Howie Schneidei (Htvnpoptt [Mttprlu AssrtJ t mi V? Ntl. lot. TM. t< f . Ul f«*. OH. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner BUGS BUNNY By Ralph Heimdahl "'If you mean our Monday night bowling sessions, Junior, I suppose you could say your mother and 1 lead lives of heedless pleasure!" CAMPUS CLATTER By Larry Lewis "Look at it this way, Pet! You haven't lost a daughter , . . you've gained two members for the Establishment!" WITH SO MANY FELLOWS CONE FORTHE SUMMER I*/," ,'' I'LL BET fT WASNT EASY ARRANGING A BLIND ALLEY OOP By V. T, Hamlin HI, OOOLA,OOP; THOUGHT J FINE,MXIR HIGHNESS..., I'D TRY A SAMPLE OF / WE'RE ALWAYS SLAP Y SHALL THAT ASTROLOGY ^f/ TO RECEIVE THOSE / WE START . "ytXI'VE GOT.' t^l WHO SEEK / WITH SOUR X.^— ' ^ ENUIGHTENMEMT/ 1 HOROSCOPE WEU.,YES, I SUPPOSe NEVER MINP, . SO...ONLY I PON'T ) JUST GIVE US/ TH* _ JUST KNOW WHAT / TH 7 DATE OF { tV^TE? Q3NDIT1ON ITS IN / 'TtXJR BIRTH. AT TH' MOMENT YEH,YOU KNOW... 1 PAY, MONTH AN'YEAR.' THE BORN LOSER By Art Sansom rrs- CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner cope ICK wwisHep owce BEFORE, IRIS,,,WHE« WBfjr PUT T£> StpP THE HP65J TH' LAZV FELINE'S SMOOZIN1' OM TW'JOS A&AINil'M SICK O' VELLIN'AT HIM HMMM1 PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vermeer I'M SO WORRIED ABOUT MR. ANJD MRS. BOTTS.' SHE SAYS WE SPENJDS EVERY DAY AT THE RACES. 1 IT WOULDN'T BE >—• THE FIRST MARRIAGE BROKEN UP BY <3AMB LINKS-.' BETTER COUNT ME OUT OF THE BASEBALL POOL, FELLAS/ LI'L ABNER By Al Capp -ASSOOMASl ) f- CUTQFF THOSEiuxu/v£s" )^^^.^^ THELUXURIES yOUG/V£H/M HOT FOR you -THERE IS A LOOK OF LOVE IN HIS EVE.~~ WORRY-IT WILL BE FORME- FRECKLES & HIS FRIENDS By Henry Formhals COULD YOU PLCASC ) A SPECIALIST AMD I <5OrTo us HOMJ To / CLOSE To !tie PHOME IM CASE r. 5, MILK A cow? .X^LSET A CALL Ftzo^Tne CAVAURY. / ^feKSCSKW &*&*&&<*& V > WINTHROP By Pick Cavalli SHORT RIBS By Frank O'Neal

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