The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on July 23, 1969 · Page 24
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 24

Des Moines, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 23, 1969
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,Tlie Family DIM Moinei W«<J.. J«ly ? 1-Z3 • l*#», flrt Ntflritr • nil TribOM SyndiaM "I don't* need one of those, but some of the others might." Ca// vUiLon Uiucnunble theit four Jumble* one IctUr to etch •quart, to form four ordinary word*. HAGUL NKVV YORK, N.Y. - Ix;« Durochcr chose as his Cubs' bathoy here the teen-age son of Jilly Rizzo. The boy's friends. ail Met. fans, kidded him, and he said, "Well, when the Cubs go up to bat, I cross my fingers" . . . Magda Gabor, at Joe's Pier 52 with actor Gar Moore, showed off her big engagement ring. THE JAMES Farantinos (actress Michele Lee) have an infant son. . . Former Dead End KANET RUSSED GATNIC WHV THB TYCOON NEVER U6EP THB PHONE PUWN* PAVTIME. Now arranft tht drelod letter* to form the aorpriM amwer, as •uffiwted bjr the abor* cartoon. HE PRIFIRRED-ril T X111 Vetlcrdty'* HUSH CIMT MAITCD IEHIND orraM) MIT BY "CHANTS" Tell II Like It IK Michele Lee Kid Huntz Hall says he'll make $60,000 for one TV commercial, more than he ever got for a film ... Cyril Ritchard led the applause at "Jacques Brel." BURT LANCASTER, with the Ray Millands, watched the disco scene at Nepentha. . . Romy Schneider, who posed nude for Playboy, refused similar shots to promote her movie "Hush- abyo." THE TROUBLE w i 1 I) TV', notes Rodney Dangerfield, is tJiat the peep' 6 wll ° see ^ new talent insist on well-known new faces.—That's Earl, brother. ^opyngni- 194?) F* F° Li* COMTFOU?' Adult Crossword Puzzle ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE ACROSS 1 PflStfl SllflCl'V 5 Society affair. 10 Chaum: Colloq. 14 Conversational gambits 15 In high spirits 16 Famous nom dp plume. 17 Little Margjret. 18 System of protocol. 20 Phenomenon of our lime 2 words. 22 Children •. nWQic word. 2"i ' Do —' ' 2 words 21 Poetic conlract'Oi' 25 Armstrong, to his pals. 27 Unusual one 2 words : Lsl. 32 Defeat 33 Kind of candle. 34 Have being. 35 Church title 36 Phenomenon of our time 37 Ice nuss 33 Louis Qinn/r 39 Flower. 41 Anidiqaniaf 42 Alienate. 44 Two on tne i'-:if ; 15 One, in N.IJJ'CI 4 1 ) Bran old sly!* 48 Cueis 51 5i'in of fl one- track nimd: 2 words Fr. 55 Made i bridge hid. 57 Girl s name 58 Branches: Zool. 59 — a manger. 60 Greek group of W. W. II. bl Electric: Abbr. 62 Foils. 63 Laboratory procedure. DOWN 1 Port of 2 Desist 3 Poetic pieposilion. 4 Quiet --: 3 words. SiElC|0|N|D|T|HIEIM|0|T| I|0|N 5 Solve. 6 Type of resin. 7 Beaumarchais hero: 3 words. 8 Indian. 9 Paint used by Artists. 10 Kinds. 11 Inter —. I m 17 20^ 2 3 12 Prejudice. 13 Bazaar. 19 City In N.Y. 21 Young herring. 25 Western wolves. 26 Path of a kind. 28 Chinese seaport. 29 Gentleman's gentleman. 30 Items ''in the fire." .31 Plant. 32 Merchandise. 33 Rounded rod. 37 Pawment- pounder'i problem: 2 words. 39 Lose one's head. 40 Octahadrite, t miner*!. 41 Part of N.8. 43 Red letter, in early books. 44 Materials. 47 Girl's name. 48 Term in dressmaking. 49 Grandparental. 50 Same: Fr. 52 That: Lat. 53 December time. 54 Bridge player 56 Circuit. Senifor Soiper Sayt: YOM ?iow« fo b< core/wJ what I/OM »oj/. CrWcfee pesticides and word will get around that yon art pro-bug. The Wizard of Id Judge Parker ^j O, JUP66 SOME INTERNAL INJURIES /AS SAVEP BY HAVING THROWN FP r PIP YOU KNOW THE MAN PINNEP ) KNEW ^W6VE NOTIREP THE COKOM6R* OFFICE! THEY'LL HAVE .A TOUflH TIME IPENTIFYIN6 THE BOPY.' Ilex Morgan, M.D. £ IMC HlfiMT ON MELISSA? 1 r WHEN vm JUNE X?U KNOW 5HE WAS COMIN6 f Illondicv f VCH/D BETTER V START TAKING YOU SHOU-DNT UBTTWIS UPSET AND CONFUSED n ( AU.I1MAMT J^ 70 KNOW. IS Alibic An 9 Slats THAT OLD ROCKER SHOULD 6ET US LOTS OF LALK5H5 BACK HOME. JUST IN CASE I LOCATE SO/WE OTHERS WHO MIGHT WANT A COPY..? C5UES5 IT'LL HOLD 'TIL YOU GET BACK WH6RE YOU'RE l fiLJESS WE WHOMP UP A MORE. T«. l» r U. «. »«. CW.-AH • IM» t» U«M««I >«.!».« LEE , 6XACTLV. A P/Vff YOU'RE A Steve Canyon wow, BITSY- AT THE £16NS.' AS TRIAL BECOME* TRIUMPH *0ft POTEET ANP &ITSV...WE 60 TO STIVE, The Better Half Cltlxeu Smllli *T£V£ , WHAT DO YOU pJoWAw*rr THE 'TOCHKAREft' 1 &IR.' WAV? SDS "Would you let me up long enough to check whether th«t thiaf it • Ucenw or • learner'* permit?*' "On« thing »ur«-*it'j cool, tconomical and rlaht inityltl" *

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