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The Family Circus D«s Moin«$ RoqUter Thur.., May 7, 1975 Perkins Senator Soaper Sayss . The man at the next desk Says he starts each day with the hope that it 'will bring enough small worries to keep his mind off the big ones. '"" \m/ "'"\IH/ MII/ Mil/ *"" V |,, Ml " Ml./ ,„„ MM/ M», "* Mil/ »"" MN/ Mil/ Mil/ ,„„ MM/ ... MII/ \m/ «H' Mil/ Mil/ V "" ^/ % " r/ ,.,„ M< " >«« M,,, ... \lll/ V Ml,/ PEANUTS SURELY VOOAW5T REALIZE THAT A FEAR OF VAMPIRES. 15 REALLV A PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEM,, F-f FRANKS, I DOUBT IF EITHER A VAMPIRE LOOKS LIKE,,, IT ' The Wizard ol Id 5-7 1970, Th« R«(ist«r tad Trfoun* SjmdlaU "Can I lick your FINGERS, too, Mommy?" *a/*J tttat 4CMUfAita tMta GQtttt ^ I>V Hf NMl AflfMOI O ,M>d HOfl LFI Oa^d— Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. -NEW YORK, N.Y. - Joan Hackctt, who made her Broadway debut in "Park," didn't volunteer much for her Playbill biography, which says only: "She wouldn't tell us anything but we found out she's married to Richard Mulligan" . . . Jim Nabors is dating model Shirley Gray (at George Lim's, in L.A.). INA BALIN's role in "The Projectionist" is entirely without dialogue . . . Tony Award winner Blythe Banner's hus- DIMON MAROA ^ s ' PITTED LAFFEB CQtttSAs^. ^_^/ r ^ <^) . / \ s. J V, ' / f\ \ N( to IU Prill to SURPRISE AKSWB ten Judge Parker I'M BEGINNING TO THINK THAT THE ONLY WAY TO IPENTIFY THIS CHARACTER IS TO SENP HIS FINGERPRINTS TO THE F.B.I. IN WASHINGTON! WHAT AWW WASN'T. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, M suggested by the above cartoon. YOU SLIPS OFF THE SIPE OF THE EARTH, SQUARE? ' ALL RIGHT, LET'S GO GET \ YOU SOME PINNER-ANP THEN TO BEP! SAY GOOPNIGHT L • f TO MR. PRIVER.' PIP YOU HEAR WE? SAY GOOPNIGHT TO MR. PRIVER! Ilex Morgan. M.D. feilerdijr't (Aiunen tomorrow) JamblM, WHOOP SNORT DABBLE CURFEW Aniwert What th* traffic cop turned doctor warned hit patient to do-SLOW DOWN Tell It Like It Is Ina Balm band, Bruce Paltrow, will produce the off-Broadway folk-rock musical, "Whispers on the Mind." SECRET STUFF: Princess Saroya may get married . . . Fred Briison is excited about Roz Russell's film "Pollifax, the Unexpected" — so's United Artists David Picker. It got a G rating — maybe Hollywood's returning to family pictures. JOHNNY CARSON described Las Vegas: "Where else can you see a woman in a mink coat, sitting in an air-conditioned Cadillac, counting nickels? "-That's Earl, brother. (Copyright, 1970) 73*n*/m r-7 PERHAPS/ INCIPENTALL^ 6IVE5 WITH REX SPENP1NS ALL CAV WTW HER HE FELT HE HAP TO TAKE HERT HOME" TONI6HT./ PIP I HAVE AN ATTACK WHILE MEUSSA WERE IN MV WAS PROBABLY JUST Pf?E- OCCUP1EP/ WANT VOU 1C? STOP M-/ AT NOON / WE MUST 6ET >OU 5TAKTEP ON A PRC0KAM OF I THOD6HT5L«I6 MITCHELU WAS KATHEK RUP6/ A5KEP HER ANP SHEC^MPLETELV IGNOREt7 M JUNE Blondie DXGWOOCJ I'D LIKE TO BORROW TEM C3OLLARS I'LL PAV YOU BACK ON TUB Jl I 1 • -1 QM.VCB.PLAKJ . * OONT HOLO VOUR BREATH- Abbie An' Slats 'IT HAS EVERTHIN5 — EVEN. A -SEPARATE COMPARTMENT FOR NBSOWIN& STRIKE SETTLEMENTS Adult Crossword Puzzle ACROSS Calif. 6 Envoy. 12 Something to be breathed in. 15 Source. lb Passageway. 17 SI let of bacon. 18 Novelist Bagnold. 19 Set straight 21 Tramp. 22 Traveler's choice. 23 Study for inother exam. 25 Sabbath: Abbr. 26 Natives of Tallinn. 29 Join the snow bunnies. «•'•30 — nous. 32 Continue. 34 Be many for: 2 words. 36 Certain working hours: 2 words, 40 Wisest. 41 "And what Is 2 words. 42 Dated. 44 Spanish title. 46 Home furnishings. 47 Especially: Abbr. 48 « pirtlnj guest: 2 words. 51 Color. . - 52 Colonial patriot,54 Desolate. • 55 Thomas or Horace. 56 Something unusual. 58 Example of a performing art: 2 words. 60 Pertaining to a rainbow. 61 Gun part. ' 62 Fasten. 63 Cup: Fr. DOWN 1 Yuletldt cbeert ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE I A|V|E|CBS|H|AlT|TBSIo1blAt I L|E|G|0|H|U(TIT 01N HU IT IE IS I EIDDQ ODD 2 Pie Ingredient. 3 Caliph's name. 4 Detecting device. 5 LIzvdL 6 On* of the Doones, 7 Aflt. 9 riantt In theater lore. 9 Certain adds: 5 wordi. uaaaa L'JUJU 10 Mark used In printing. 11 Clothe. 12 Kind of lettuce, 13 Abstainer. 14 Slogant for Halloween: 3 words. 20 Pulverlie. 24 Orderly . arranfltment. 27 Oldest news agency In Europe. 28 Blockades. 31 Black: Fr. 33 American humorist. 35 Feminine suffix. 37 item of value. 33 Defeat: Colloq. 39 More calm. 42 City on the Illinois. 43 Suddenly. 45 Dextrous. 49 Psychology: Abbr. 50 Kipling's wolf. 53 Large genus of tropical shrubs. 55 " inhuman^ ity. . ," 57 Obsession. 59 — Plaines, 111. YOU 1 LUBE THE BE5T HEAD HOUSEKEEPER. IN THE COUNTRY, AUr4T ABBIE// WHEN THEV OFFERED ME THEaOBO' BEIN 1 HEAD HOUSEKEEPER AT THE UNIVERSITY, I GRABBED IT,~SLATS. THE PAY'S GOOD, AND VDU KNOW I FAVOR YOUNGSTERS CFMBTREB COPNWS UNIVERSITY I BE<5 YOUR \ V/ELL, SINCE /Jit THE TA\Y NAME 15 y PLEASE T' MEET >. P/»ROON,BUT J STUDENTS ^ReKBV,>| HIAWATHA r "~"-"• ««*•«-« «•" ^ CAN YOU TELL S, I'D SAY IN-THIS *\i AAARK. MB WHERE NEVV \BUIUDIS'-AN'THAT'S STUDENTS BUNK?; BECAUSE IT'S TH£ E T 1 SLEEP IN,SOM. ABBIEr SCRAPPLE, HEAD HOUSEKEEPER AT CRABTREE CORNERS u./- Steve Canyon I THINK I' A 5HCK-I MEAN -AN AN6EL- ALON& WHO CAN FLY MY ROATPLANE/ ...MR. \NR\Ml£, IN0 THE CENSUS- TAklNl? PROBLEM ON eoNE MOUNTAIN,,. IN OL-' HOT PIPE FIVE NINE SIX £OMEO.' APE YOU AUIVE? OVER? REPEAT COMB iN'Attye FAlTHFi/I.'.' SIDE 9ANP RAPIO PIXies The Better Citizen Smith ''Would you prefer the regular old bard sell, or would you like a little bit of Jutcby-kitcby-koo?" l-ry/e're finalJy first In something. We've got the highest tax rate in the state 1"