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ffhe Family (Irene Thuri., July », Perkins Stnator Soiptr Says: Be th« /irst person in the office in the morning, and you get a squirt of warm water out of tht drinking fountain. /OJHATAMI60IN61 TO W,UNU5?THAT UTTLJEREP-HAIREP . Ill IF'SHE WBtt HERE. I COULD mi AND WE COULP BE FRIEND AND PO THINGS TOGETHER, ANP.,, The Wizard of Id f* . m 7-2? t«M "NOW I 'member where my bathing suit is! Is it very far back to the railing outside the motel we stayed at last night?" 6001.0 A 6AMB OUT J; - 0 . V :•*. iV. -'** ^fej on .1*^...—* —~. OaiJ— Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. DEWCN Q NEW YORK, N.Y. - Pianist j REWK Joe Bushktn, opening at the Plaza 9, explained his beard: "I always wanted one — but I think I overshot it." (Noting-all the electrical equipment on the stage, he kidded, "I'm afraid to take a drink up here — I'd electrocute myself." ACTRESS Peg Murray of "Fiddler" was asked if she'd •ppear nude onstage. "I would /have," she said, "—ten years •go" . . . Debbie Reynolds or- YURLOH GOOLIG LU. JJJ ^ > I I |P|l~ Wiiwni PE m& LJ I ..UENEKAL'S HEAPQUARTERS «Iudge Parker I'LL PICK UP MY CAR LfXree. SAW! YOU'P BETTER TAKE ME HOME TO SEE KATHEKINE! YOU KNOW, JUP6E..THAT LUKE LARGO COULP MAKE A PERSON BELIEVE ALMOST ANYTHING! FRANKLY, I WAS ALMOST CONVINCE? YOU WERE SEEING ANOTHER WOMAN! KNOW WHETHER TO BE FLATTEREP OR INSUITEP : COULP THINK THAT YOU'P LOST MINP.' NO SANE WOULP GIVE UF KATH6KIME Rex Morgan. M.D. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, at mf tested by the above cartoon. ][* I to form the surprlu answer, u MrtfliSWKEIIMWBhn (AMIM» tomorrow) ilAUOH TAKIN DURISS AaiNO MMffbaftoM iionum* Tell It Like It Is Debbie Reynolds dered 26 original gowns from Helen Rose; she'll wear each for 20 seconds — to say good night on her NBC-TV series. G/EORGE HAMILTON is working on a cafe act ... Author Sherman Yellen, who wrote one of the "Oh! Calcutta!" sketches, makes his Broadway bow with the Bock- Harnick musical, "Rothschild." A BARTENDER suggested a customer use an icebag for his hangover. "Don't be silly," moaned the patron, "—how'm I gonna get my head into THAT?" — That's Earl, brother. (Copyright, 1969) 7-14 %fH6H I 5AID I WANED TO BE VW6RE THE ACTION 1$, THIS ISMT DCACTLY WHAT I HAD IN MIND/ I LEAKNEP A LON6 TIME A5O THAT ONE CANT TELL HOW ARE BY THE WAV THEY SOUNP / I KNOW VOV HAVENT SEEN JUNE YET Birr PIP 6HE AU. RI6HT OVER THE PHONE JUNE WAS NEVER ONE UKJLOAP HER PROBLEMS A FRJEND / PIP SHE 6AY WHY SHE'S 60MIN6 BACKf <MAYBE SHE'S JUST ANXIOUS SEE >OU ONCE A6AIN—BEFORE s. 6HE MAKES A FINAL PECISION A90UT WtLUIE .' I ONLY KNOW ONE THINd / IF I WERE HER. A6E ANP HAP THE CHANCE -~_____— r TO MARRY WILLIE Blondle DID voo MISS MB TOOAV FORMsNEP TOMGHT 1 WHAT WAS *^ % THAT CAST THINS \ VOU SAO AGAIN? 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DOWN 1 Storage: Abbr. 2 Concern. 3 O'NejII rol*.- 1 4 Tramped. 5 Combined action. 6 Energy. 7 Nevada city. 8 Egyptian heaven. 9 Type of athlete. 10 Southern istate. 11 Captk character. 12 .Not —: 2 words. cnr/p p nnnn LKLtU LJKI^UO L1QB t!LI 11 L'lUl'i UUMH IHtU LDUUO IJnNi:iQ BKULiClJMli UUUaJQ DUU ULIl'JGU NOT ONLY THAT, OLD- TIMER.-THEY SAID THEY COULD BE WMNTING MORE — ISA WONDER O* WONOCR5— WHAT PEOPLE WON'T DO WITH THEIR MONEY.' WELL 0 , THERE'S PLENTY MORE WHERE THAT CAME PROM. ' ISNT THAT * A UTTLE STEEP DON'T BE NAIVE. SELL IT FOR ££55 WE LOSE CASTE AS ANTIQUE Steve Canyon QCOQQCOQOQ OOQQ 13 Verdun's river. 21 Girl's name. 25 Pretty — picture: 2 words. 26 Singing star. 27 Cunning as —: 2 wprds. 28 Promenade. ULUJU 29 Before 1941: 2 words. 30 Basque headgear, 31 Primates, 33 Regrets. 34 Book of Norse myths. 35 Send out fumes. 36 Hiciendi room. 38 Pub, eld ttylc. 41 Ttltphont: Afcbr. 42 Great English •Vinutlit. 44 Macaqut. • 45 Tropical lizard. 46 Christmas song: Arch. 47 River of Burgundy. 48 Viper. 51 First-rate. 52 Joint of a stem. 53 How surprising! 54 Vow. 55 Mountain: Prefix. 56 Derivations: Abbr. DON'T LOOK. Y THEY DONT -,, NEEPV30 OM THC /MOON... THAT SOMETHING HAP BEEM APPEP T& THE TH£ 'ibJKCHKAREfS'^ CONTROL MECHANISM — NOT UNLIKE THE TAPE (5IZ/Vto U$EP ^1V TO AUTOAAATICALUy ANSWER PIXles The Better Half Citizen Smith this egg had been allowed to hatch, we'd have a pet pigeon on our hands." "Instant potato*!/ Instant coffet/ in$tan.t soup.,' | think that's what's causing my instant indigestion 1"