Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 26, 1968 · Page 8
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 8

Brownwood, Texas
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Tuesday, March 26, 1968
Page 8
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-&6dWNW666 lULLEtiN Tuesday, March $6, 1968 TI22Y By Kate ©sann Daily Pu2$l& auT @UR WAY gy Nfifl . C6e!imfl I WfeMfw a -:•-• rnrfrhr^«ffi=a?i7gaii"rfr-rTrTr r^-^-^^-—^-.. •- --•-----,• ^,-tt,-.i-fitvir "Our family tree goes back a long, long way! Would you believe my paternal grandfather was born In ths late Nineteenth Century?" ACROSS i Mulcts SLayir of , laminated fat* II rsftcy 13 Play part* 14 Masculine n«me 15 Eltpuftges 18 Worm J7 Female equine 19 Chemical tufti* 20 Laconic 23 city in Montana 26 Certain Polynesian* * Plane surface* 31 Internal decay ^in fruit 4 32 Ocean ,. Ingredient 33 Biblical appellation (Douay) 34 Slumberef 38 Feminlh* nickname 59 Visionary 41 Distress ifgnal '44 Further 45 Equin 48 Lalided trfopWty SO Withdraw B3 CIlck-beetK 64 Lessens 65 Flowing garments 66 French seaport ixnw 1 Certain office equipment 2 Roman datd 3 Promontory 4 Consume food 5 Female saint (ab.) • Sharp, *brlll cry 7 Meadow 8 Handle $ Adolescent year lOEfsential being 12 Girl's name 13 Syrlac cursive Script lil Art (Latift) 20 said 21 Footllke part 52 More illustrious 23 Fish 24 Soviet stream 25 Far oft (comb, form) 27 Dismounted 28 Arboreal homft 29 Hindrance 33 Compass point 35 Prattles 36 Lamprey fisherman 37 Short-napped 45 Ceremony fabric 48 Angers 40 Tree of Trinidad 47 Exploit 41 Soothsayer 42 Norwegian capital 43 Pierce *ith * knife 49 Goddess ftf infatuation 51 Recede, as i tide 52 Pitch CARNIVAL By Dick Turner (Ntwtpoptr Inttrptist Ann.) SIDE GLANCES . KllwmNIA.lw.TM. t,, IH. >•>. Off By Gill Fox 1«» fcl HU, IK. T.M. I., U.S. ta. OH. "This must seem pretty crude to you, Senator—using ttu . , . * aun i mean'' 1 If you don't have TV at your house, what keeps B ' ' .you quiet?" ROBIN MALONE By Bob Lubbers MISIMESS comimsurs, PWMIW6 FOR R?e ON TMg FCMOCRATIC TICKET ALLEY OOP (0 IMI b; NU, IK. By V. T, Hamlin t£ MIGHT AS WELL GIVE UP O E-THE-UORLD PROJECT! WHAT IT I W1TW THAT TWO- MIGHT BE SMART IF THE BRITISH CALCULATIONS WERE OFF A YEH...THAT BIG ROCK COULP ESgS&5aa MESS US UP F1ENTY, EVEN WITH A NEAR MISS. 1 THE BORN LOSER By Art Sansom FORGOT TO PAY THg CAPTAIN EASY By 'Leslie Tvrner '•" ~' ff lf~7/ NOW WAITAMIWUTE, WART.' Y VEAH, BUT NOT TOO^jlj '. ilf' j HE'S A LITTLE TOO VOUM6 J V£UMG> POR ME TO VET POR. YOU TO TEACH r^ \ BSEAK HIM OF HIM TO feOX, i -^ 7-7 SUCKIM' H(S ISW'T NOUS! §y Bill AN' L£t'TE«4 V NO 6000 / MY WORD, MOW C*/M YOU WEM EVfMCOViPAMV < ( NONE OF WiNK OP PROPPIN6 OUT NATIONAL OR6ANIZAT!ON ? WHAT WOULD BECOME OP <9WL PRESTI6E AMD STATUS INSTEAD OP WITHDRAWING PRE^^'KJK NEW PROGRAM'S/ NATiOMAL < CAM {THE MICATIOM6 EEK & MEEK By Howie Schneider OUR RECORDS SHOUU THAT THE AMGRlCArO MOUTH is* opew THESE PAVS.,1 (t mi fcr NtA, 1«. T.u I., Ui. foi. 0«. A GOOD DEAL THAW IT TO A OOUDITIOfJ TMAT LEADS TO UJHAT (JJ6 DEfJTISJS CALLTH& M-THE-MOUTH' SViUDRO\AE I 3-24 BUGS BUNNY By Ralph Heimdahl HIRING YOU AS CASHIER IN A PISH MARKET HAS GOT T. 1 BS 'LAUGH OP TH'YEAR, SYLVESTER! MY EMPLOYERS HAVE COMPLETE CONFIDENCE A HALIBUT SINCE I STARTED WORKING! HOWEVER, IT IS QUITTING TIME AND I MUST RUSH TO CATCH MY BUS-'URK! «, IMfti Wetinr lisi. 5.«.ArH.i.c. . T.kl. It) US, fa» Oil. (I PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vermeer LISTEN! HER HOUR \s' UP AND SHE'S STILL PRACTICING.' NOT ONl^ THAT BUT SHE'S PEALLY BECSINNINC5- TO IMPFPOVE! LI'L ABNER By Al Capp CHUCKLE.'-IT'S THE HAMMUS ALABAMMUS- YOO'RE IKt THE GREAT SOCIETY. BOV — THEY'RE GONNA,BOY. f ." TH' GREAT SOCIETY HAS A SURPRISE. FOR THEM TOO — OH, IF ONLY MY RUMP-RELISHIWQ PEOPLE COULD SHARE THIS MOMENT WITH ME// IT IS A HAMMUS AUABAMMUS// FRECKLES & HIS FRIENDS Henry Formhals , Bggpur, EVEN. IF You HAVE SArOD&A6S TO GONTEObTM? LAW TO USE 'PVNAMlTE IN A . TALK ABOUT If LEAVING MERE" WINTHROP By Dick Cavalli J'M THRONE WHO SOTTH5 SHORT RIBS By Frank Q'N§g!

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