Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 29, 1968 · Page 6
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 6

Brownwood, Texas
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Friday, March 29, 1968
Page 6
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-6ft6V/NW666 Friday. By Kate Osdrm Dally Crossword Puzzle our eu» WAY ******* t ou« IOAMW HOUH •^ *•" * • Jr *"• » ^* •*•»"•»»•• ./• «.- - m lATinSJ rAM \ I \A/PI i WUAT fv-> \ „„_„,._ /....'. 1 • " s v^_:> i tftM**^- , ,W) , , Nocturnal Sounds Answer to Previous ACROSS 1 Yo*l!r>g - fiizhl 4 Hoot of an — — 7 rnpbriaterl husband's loud »2 canrllcnut tree J.t Fish rcgs 14 Pushed, as a boat 'Your little boy was very, very good, Mrs. Travers, I think he has the measles'," 17 Whirling molion ]S Feminine name 19 - chatter on plionr 21 Rustic 23 Garlic 24 Fully icrmtr.) 26 American illustrator 2fl House iSp.) 32 Most arid 34 Cranial skeleton .15 (Jrerk goddess 3*5 Savored 37 Longings if land ,18 Aroma 40 Harem room 41 Domestic slave 4.1 Indistinct 45 Run 48 Hawaiian root stock 51 Place of confinement 52 Told 53 Leaning, as a cask 56 Kqual (comb, form) 57 Cyprinold fish M Ancient Persians W) Coterie ISO Mrightesl star In a constellation DOWN 1 Mohammedan judge 2 Afghan prince 3 Australian from Hnbs'rt 4 Mouths 5 Gained victory 6 Kpistlft 7 Church parts 8 Dress types (2 word si B Dorsal bones in Ice floe II Unoccupied IB Small child 20 I "nit of energy 22I,arissan mountain 24 Whirlpool 25 Iroquoian Indian 27 Preposition 2fl Self-acting 30 Snow vehicle 31 Operatic 44 Greenland soprano Kskimo 33 Complete 45 Bang costume 46 Adducft .14 Red chalcedony 47 In the midst 6! 36 Toward 49 Fix again 38 Number 50 European rivet' 39 East Indian vine 53 Compass point 42 Blots 54 Land parcel IT CARNIVAL By Dick Turner (Newspaper Entcrptiie Ann,) SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox m&K^ m ? <?%?9^ 3-29 g I»U fcf NO. Inc. T.M. In. U.! f«l OH. "Which Mary do you want to talk to? Dreamboat or Tugboat?" ROBIN MALONE 'Sing the one about the maiden who rejected her lover because he was losing his hair!" By Bob Lubbers IN CASE X HAVeWT/MADE?/WSeLF UNEGUIVOCAi-LY Ci-^P, VICTORIA SPOUf THAT HOSWA5H AT ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin . .SO WHY DON'T / YEH, JOE... >- N DEPENDS ON MDU GO PLAY f OR LET'S GOf HOW ] HOW BIG YOU SOLF...OR MAYBE! HUMT SOME! BIG? J WANT IT.* DO A LITTLE V BIG 3AMEJ FISHINS? YES,I UNOW WE'RE AHEAD/ BUT THERE'S / AND THAT'LL OF SCHEDULE. BUT WITH NOTHING TO I BE AT LEAST THAT ASTEROID BEARING V PO NOW TlU\ TWO WEEKS,,, DOWN ON US, WE CAN'T S THE TOWERS AFFORD AN^ SLIPUPS I ARE SET > 9 l«« ki NU, l«< T.M. »n US f»l OH THE BORN LOSER By Art Sansom CAPTAIN EASY rpo*VOJTWALK* I. By Leslie Twrnff UP WITH THEM HAKP&i AMP ~ 3UI&T..0R yoU'Rft A P£AP PUNK, I WCN'T/ SHUTUPj eer AWAV I Eycxgt WHV.VOU C\ WITH THIS, \ KUWn,.. t OUSHTA FIL(, FULL A KJO SITUATION CAN MAKE A GLiy LOOK MORF. STUPID THAM A BOSS WHO 15 WELL, WHAT DO YOU TMIWfeT Of TH' OWE WHO'S LIFE TO BE A =/ CROWD6P OUT OP A BOS&ES'HUD&LE.' K BODVfHE WON'T HEAR OR A THIKIC3 .' \y WORD, I'M HOMOREO BYTHI4 ixpRE^sioN OF- CONPIDE-N/C&/AND THE BOy^YTHE OTHER TWohoUR NATIONAL ORSANIZATlOM OP (3Liy5 f^UNNl^' NjOWLS DOES ^6EP A PRESIDENT TO RUM n A^E PU5HOVER^ft w '" T W 6OLI3 AMD IMA6IMATIVE DISTRICT \\ YOU'LL PUT 'EMY BUT OF COURSE I'LL MAVE TO 6 LECTION, j DOWN LIKE THE^ COM5IDEP; MY OTHER A*,A3o^y I FIRS' BEER.'/\ RESPONSIBILITIES/ ——^ ~*^ ^V EEK & MEEK By Howie Schneider WHAT TH5 GREAT AMSRlCArJ MOUTH MUST STRIVE FOR II. OK. IS A TH6 UPP6RT66TH THe /J3UU5R ITS THev MEET MJ HARMOUY I THAT TAKES TUJO TE5TH TO KAAKG A BITE.' c t I/ BUGS BUNNY By Ralph Heimdahl -/THAT'LL BE ,I , TWO DOLLARS lP FLOWERS WILL MsLP: PETUNIA'S MADMTMEi V/MV DON'T THAT GIMMICK 0' TH PETALS? GOOD IDEA 1 . SHE UOVES ME/ SHE LOVES ME MOT... 7 SHE WON'T IF VA SHOWS UP WITH THOSE ABOUT ANOTHER BOUQUET? 3-29 PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vermeer VOU AND > LIBRARY; ...WALKING TO THE LIBPARV WITH MY TWO DEAREST FRIENDS.' 1-3 WHAT a LIKE BEST, PRISCILLA... <t> 1M» kr Nt*. Int. T.U. f«j U.S. tel W LI'L ABNER By Al Capp OLE.'.' - OUR BEIJOVED HUMPELMVER IS GOING TO GET THE ROMP OF /I 1 1IIC r>BBALAC. // ^^ N TWO-WAV TV-THE ROAST RUMP RELISHIMG ' LITTLE ISLAWD REPUBLIC OF BOTTUMALA -THE WHITE HOUSE [ ^ WAVE// FRECKLES & HIS FRIENDS By Henry Formhals WeREVOUUSNO WAMlTe t^T M16HT? WINTHROP By Dick Cavalli « M« k» Kt*. te. TJit. In. US y. Off. SHORT RIBS By Frank O'Neal

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