Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on July 13, 1969 · Page 20
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 20

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46 Sunday, July 13, t$s Daily Crossweft/ Pusi/e L ®tjToyEvwf ByNIJc^m OUEW^ jlsww «>ci*««t oraa® AtRtSSS ! Old coift of "Johnny Watkins has a simply marvelous new hobby —girls!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox 6 Old coin of England 11 Idolized 13 tntersticft 14 One who runs awpy to wed 15 Stair posts 16 Permit . 17 ttealh notice 19 Harden 20 Makes corrections in 23 Embroidery material 26 Mimics 30 Sanctified person <31 Sleeper's sound 32 Gegree of progression 33 Weird 34 Essential being 35 Took into custody 38 Bulwark 40 Habitat (comb, form) 43 Male sheep (Pi.) , 44 Mariners direction 47 Russian coins 49 Spanish silver coin 52 Low, moaning sounds 53 Fixed looks 54 Girl's name 55 Expert DOWN i Qtiosl 3 fiueklike bird * Afraid jrt*eautieni (sb.) 5 Southern gefiSfal 6 Rugged tfWuhtaih crfcsi t Recent fc Depart* 9 Frenth pronoun 10 For fear thai 12 Collection of caul* 13 Aromatic herb 18 Storage box 20 Fof-est warden 21 Italian city 22 Most rational 23 The caama 24 Rodents ratanira C3iiC3 ranmn J? Mai-bof 28 tfoquoiaft thdiftii 29 Ovuiri 31 SoothsAyef together 36 Motof spefed (ab.) 37 Grates harshly on 39 Sphere of ftc«6fi 40 Units 6? energy- 41 Remedy 42 Attciferit Grsek fcoift 44 Withefed 45 ^scg 46 bifectiofi 48 Escape (slang) 50 Greek letter 51 Sorrowful '/£p%) % wi ft -• v ^^^ zfss^ ,7^ /s-v.- v »/ MW« J5 (W kt Nil, ' money of account {Newipopef iie Ann.) CARNIVAL "All this concern about poverty Is fine, but sermons were a lot spicier when preachers socked it to sin!" CAMPUS CLATTER By Larry Lewis 'Oh, we've reached a verdict. . . we just can't decide which segment of society is guilty!" YOU RAISED YOUR HEAD ' iV MOW MANY TIMES DO I HAVE TO TELL. YOU? KEEP YOUR HEAD DOWN' MY BEARD ] TICKLES/ KEEP MY HEAD COACH ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin APRll. SHOWERS SWKJG MAY FLOWERS... ...HOW MANY >" XTHERE YOU ARE,OOOLA,.. R.OWERS DO { THREE) ) WHAT'S TH' SIGN FDR YOJ SEEP L ^/W THIRD OF MAY? THE BORN LOSER By Art Scmsom CAPTAIN EASY By Uslte Turner t Yl BfBBt YWH& If WW I -fHlC PlSC HAVE vuggep MB?. * AfcP. EEK & MEEK By Howie Schn§idei By Dick Turner BUGS BUNNY By Ralph Heimdah PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vermeer YOU ^\ COULD'VE \ SQUASHED) HIM.'/ J —\T NO, NO! DON'T DO IT/ CAPEPUL, U'L ABNER By Al Capp ORDERS OF A"CERTAIN SOMEONE 1 EV'RVTHING )/ HOT AH LOVES /( EV'RV- BINTOOK ) I THING, LI'L FRECKLES & HIS FRIENDS By Henry Formhals SSZ5 MOT CUTOUr Tt> PO VJORK, So YOU'D BoW BE- cti YOUR ^., /YOU TO FEEDUS-AMO ALL WEASK.EP FOR. WAS A QDUPte or SQ^e MEAU?, WINTHROP By Dick Cavalli WAITT..WHV H ON ACPMX) JV A<yefiAND- SHORT RIBS By Frank O'Neol

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