Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on July 14, 1969 · Page 6
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 6

Brownwood, Texas
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Monday, July 14, 1969
Page 6
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£_BR6WNW6SP lULLltlN Monday, July U, 1§6§ T12-2Y By Kite Oiann Dolly Crossword Pu«/e our ©UR way ^|^ crr ACftOSS I Australian teirlike 'The only generation gap in our family is the distance my father wants between me and the telephone!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox 6 Australian J-atite biM 9- — trees •12 Of the pelvic bones 13 Dispossess 15 Capital of Australia 17 Sliced cabbage 18 Ktwt as ih tree trunk 19 Grand time division k (geol.) 20 Sumfnoft > 21 Ovum . 23 Freudian term 25 Forurt platfofril 28 Peruse again 32 Before 33 Aged 35 Commonplace 36 Make into law 38 Grain of cereal grass 40 Body of water 41 Units of gem weight (var.) 43 Sang cheerfully 4n Pithy saying 46 Frozen water 47 Medicinal quantity 50 Consumed food 52Ballarat field 56 Persian poel 57 Australian marsupial 59 Maligner 61 Storehouse CARNIVAL 63 Fuss 64 Burrowing Mammals BOWK 1 Strike by foot 2 Pearl Buck ' heroine 3 Indigenous Japanese 4 Savage's lip- tfrhamerit 5 Malt brew 6 Spanish fiver 7 More ignoble 8 Abraham's birthplace 9 Festive 10 Grapelike 11 Whimper 14 Accompany 16 Royal 22 Cave 24 Consisting of ._ testures 25 Fume 26 Trieste ifflM measure 27 Gtihlock tatch 29 Direetibrt 30 Toward the Sheltered side 31 Defunct 34 Accomplish 37 Photographic appliance 39 Stranger 42 Marked limits, as of a mine 44 Sfneolh 48 Foretoken 49 Secut« vegetable 53 Verbal 54 Easy gait 55 Female deer (pj.) 58 PffeciouS stone 60 Mother (childish) "J don't like the way Junior is shaping up! He's beginning to refer to us as 'the other side'!" CAMPUS CLATTER : 'Since when have YOU been wowing?" By Larry Lewis PRESIDENT POMP, HERE. TROT OUT THE TROOPS' DETER THOSE DASTARDLY DEMONSTRATORS' SINCE WHEM ISA COOKIN6 DEMONSTRAT/OM A NO, NO? DEMONSTRATION ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin ALL RISHT, YOUR HIGHNESS, ^~^\ WHAT WNP \VOUK SIGN ' .^o^S!^™ I GOOP '') Of= A PAY ) INWCATES YOUR HOROSCOPE/ ^ J/AM t SONNA / A VERY HAVE?* ALLEY. \ OF MAY...WU CAN'T// TAKE IT FROM ^ A CRYSTAL BALL A LITTLE FAR OUT? THE BORN LOSER By Art Sansom OUR SQARBIN© WOUM mm, mm, BACK ID LAf fe SHOW, idt yjf mfe BLEW tHE WHlStLfe DW Wti> By Howie Schneidet If, 1M« 1,1 Nil, I.: TM I,| U! f.l. Off. By Dick Turner BUGS BUNNY By Ralph Heimdahl CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Twrnsr BAKE? P/6$.^NP*WM& 5 A6AIN5T HER ABU&E 1 ." W THE/ AMP Ler'ERePi 1 AMP FgATH£Rltj0 tVITHoaTA Y LAPX, t AWT ear A CRITICAL &ONE w MY CPSPl POPy,..8UTdHe'& TH6 APPLE- OWCE, WHEN SHE WA* HELP FOR THgyp TURW 'ER LOPSB socierv...TH' CHlPPEP W TQ HEY, SYLVESTER, COME SIVE ME A HANP STACKIW THESE SIGMSi SORRY/ GUVNOR, CAN'T DO IT RISHT I BETTER FIND? OUT WHAT JOB TH' SILLV FELINE IS U/ORKIN' < ONJ THAT'S SO URGENT.' PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vermeer PRISCILLA, YOU'VE- BEEN AT THAT RENT-A-HOPSE- HOW KNOW HOW DID YOU KNOW? LI'l ABNER By Al Capp THETSARTIN SWEET SOMEONE"MAS TOOK AWAY IV'HYTHING THAT MADE MAH LIFE GLAMMY-RUSS- ^^ FRECKLES & HIS FRIENDS -CEPT MAH SWINGIM' HAIRCUT??- HOWDY STRANGER- HOLD STILL, PLEASE/ NOW,YOU'RE } OH;SARTIM SWEET SOME- HAS AH LOST §ILF r<T^)/~^=L VORELOVEP By Henry Formhals 50MEeoPY5 To CY/JTHIA 0, PAMHAcia BEH/A/zp,« WINTHROP By Dick Cgvallj SHQRT RIBS By Frank O'Neal

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