Page 26 article text (OCR)
Fnmilv Circus Moinss Register d,, M«y 6, 1970 Robert P. Cuthbertsori M.D'. Senator Soaper Says* Shotgun Schulti is in the doghouse. In a late night ice- bssrraid he mistakenly<'We his daughter's science jair exhibit. _TI ','"»i ONE OF US ALWAYS STAYS AWAKE IN CASE OF VAMPIRES The Wizard of Id 5-6 J978, and Tribune SyndieaU •^^•••••^^^^^^ "I wish our debtor was Dr. SEUSS 'cause we might get a story instead of a shot." 4c*6mll»J Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. a Judge Parker PHOWO o ® )tnbrTiweMMf«TttaM W«fMRI|ht«Pwtr,*a /^"S \ / ' > s > NEW YORK r N.Y---<5toTge Peppard turned down an offer of almost a million for his huge west coast cattle ranch . . . Elliott Gould will film "Little Murders" for four days in June at the Concord, where he once romanced Barbra Streisand. RUDY NUREYEV was at Dionysos with Heather MacRae and designer. Dimitri Kritsis NORST (I ) .. . . BLABED :> WURCEF ^ N s, J ( \ \ J Print the SURPRISE ANSWBi hen \VHAT THE TRAFFIC COP TURNEP DOCTOR 1 WARNEP HI5 PATIENT TO PO. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise uuwer, u suggested by the above cartoon. ABBEY, <PIP I HEAR PIP THAT BARRAGE OF WORP5 COME OUT OF THAT ANGELIC MOUTH? *^ RIGHT?) T THEY PIPNT 'COME OUT OF WINE, SAM! OVER HERE ANP SIT \ LET 60 POWN, FRIENP! I THINK WEy OF ME, BETTER GET TO KNOW v< KNOTHEAP EACH OTHER! NOT UNTIL YOU TELL wTjGO FLY A KITE N A FEW THINGS.,. LIKE <IN YOUR MOTHERS YOUR NAME ANP WHERE } KITCHEN, PIG! YOU CAME FROM.' Rex Morgan. M.D. L ^ ^A^ y^ ^ f ~\ k. J f ~\ ^ ^ r ^y -\ k. ^. J Yeilerdiy's Jumblcii GRIEF TWEET DAMASK (Auwert tomorrow; NIPPLE Aiuwert How women art after shopping V ree*-TIRED—AND SPENT Tell It Like It Is Lee Remick . . . Lee Remlck's Manhattan townhouse is up for sale; she'll settle in London. THE HERSCHEL Bernardis split after he signed for "I Don't Want to Get Married" . .. .Mike Bursten, who plays Roy Cohn in "Inquest," is a big star in Israel — where he has fan clubs.- • ••• " • •- LYRICIST Sammy Cahn was asked if he wore glasses all the time. "Oh no," he said, "I only need them for little things, like reading music—or finding the piano."—That's Earl, brother. (Copyright, 1970) ' THANK VOU, MELISSA/ VOU WERE JUST V\ONPERFUL TDNI6HT •SUSIE/ V0U HAVE A 6REAT PUTURE A* AN WILL THE PLAV BE HEKE BE 7- FORE >OU HEAP ' VOUlL BE ABLE TO TAKE MELISSA H0ME IN VOUE , WiPMT VOU, JUKJE I'LL PKIVE 6U5IE TO HER HOTEL/ MJ LS ,| tx- ^JUiiin iy s A I OIDN'T BOTMER TO I RON YOUR PAJAMAS/ ;PEAR tOU'VE WORfJ THEM ONCE, THEY LOOK UKE VDU'VE SLEFn" IN THEM, ANYWAV ^VOUCAMTARSUS V WITH LOSIC J Abbie An 9 Slats IT WONT LET US THBOU6H.' Adult Crossword Puzzle ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE ACROSS 1 With: Ft. 5 - — -al-Arab, river of Iraq. 10 Pop. 14 Fashionable • .*esort. 15 Quantity of paper. 16 Who: Lat. 17 Kind of sleeve: 3 words. 19 Indians. • 20 Historical signature. 21 Provide more room, in a way: 2 words. 23 Break. 25 Pacific, for one. 26 Raw. 30 Not coastal. 33 Go away: 2 words. 34 Factions. 36 Chou En -—. 37 Norse king. 33 Wherewithal. 39 Opera performer, 40 Alternate: Abbr. 41 Light device. 42 Kitchen gadget. 43 Amassed: 2 wqrds. 45 Tolerably. 47 Endings with song and gab. 49 Setting of popular musical. 50 Feature of old Christmas song: • - 2 words. • •- 53 Newsman's goal. 56 Misdoes. 57 Aloof distance: 2 words. bO Planetarium feature. 61 Opera star. 62 Intimate. 63 Suburb of Paris. 64 Cum grano ;. 65 Session: Abbr. DOWN 1 Without exception. 2 German numeral. 3 Extremity. THE/ DECIDED TO USE THE OLD FLINT /MANSION AS THE MAIM BUILDIN6 AND ADD SOME DORMITORIES FOR THE STUDENTS WHO'LL BE FLOCKIN'T'CRABTREE- CORNERS U./ I UNDERSTAND THEY'VE SENT OUT WORD THAT ANY MISH-A-MA-SHUNA INDIANS IN THE STATE CAN COME H6RETTOITION FREE' Hj,»»-»l S TAXI !! HEV, WHERE PO YOU THINK GOING, CABBIE TO COLLEGE > Steve Canyon ^ ^BIT^THIS^ 4 Calms down: 2 words. 5 Eerie noise. 6 Dwelling of sorts. 7 River islets. S Turning: Prefix. 9 Determination. 10 Blab. 11 In danger; 4 words. 12 Mon —I 13 Assistant: Abbr. 18 goodwill: 2 words. 22 Centuries: Abbr. 24 Wherewithal, In Montevideo. 26 Sub. 27 In the: It. 28 Symbolic emblem: 3 words 29 Star In Cygnus. 31 Orange. 32 Log. 35 Largest asteroid. 33 Snares. 39 Baseball fields, 41 Tabulate. 42 Evidence. 44 Fabric for ^ uniforms. 46 Auditorium features. 48 Sawlike part. 50 Foot: Prefix. 51 Son of Ares. 52 Ludwig. 54 Molding. 55 School groups. 58 Science: Abbr. 59 Hours: Abbr. Art 7 KAY, h$ YOU KNOW ^ THE PEOPLE UP THERi HAVfi £ - IT'S THE CENSUS OOSEP THE $Wl£ TJ2AIL,.. COUNT IN UONS-eoNE SINCE THE BOULDER. FELL VALLEY THAT WE'RE . ON THE INTERNAL REVENUE POTTY, MAYBE \ THE THERAPY If } YESTCRPAY-AFTER YOU SAVE MB THE SLEEPINfi Pill! THINWN0 OP ST£VE CANYON •2 INVESTIGATOR/ MOSTCONCERNEP WITH... The Belter Dal! "How did 1 get to be a star? . . . Well, I tried to be an actor, but I found I didn't nave the talent." "I've often wondered if those are worlds which ultimately had to be abandoned!"