The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on July 28, 1969 · Page 24
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 24

Des Moines, Iowa
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Monday, July 28, 1969
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Tlio 1 ninlly rirrus De« Moinet Register Man., July 28, I9&9 4-S Senator Soaper Says: The tourism commission of the old home town to trying to wipe out the rumor that it's sale to walk the street* there at night. Perklna The Wizard of Id •7-28 • 1069, Th« R •nd Tribune Syndimt* All Right! K*«emd ^^••^•••1^^^^ "If we don't look very good to you, Grandma it's because we've been traveling a lot." da on With EARL WILSON On Broadway NEW YORK, N.Y. - "I like singing to the living every night better than burying the dead every Sunday," was Roger Berdahl's explanation why he gave up studying for the ministry to join a singing group. Roger, 20, was a student at Waldorf College in Forest City, la. He has nine aunts in the In- Judge Parker l»y MEMMt AflNOlO .<M<! BOB LSI Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary .words. YENEM HIWSS BIATUR f~\ > s— > f "\ v, ) ) FLOSS/ s V J tu u_ i^aii IMUIUI 1 1 1 A WHAT SHE PIP WHEN 6HESAWHERHU9BAMP Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. u Salurda/i (Aniw*rt tomorrow) Jumbtei: ABOVE ROACH FAIRLY PIVERT Aiuwen What happen* after you beat iMT'S "FLOORED" Tell It Like It Roger Berdahl wood area, including Mrs. Floyd Holman. "Last summer I played with a group called the What Four," he said. "I liked it so much I left college." He and the group are currently making their New York debut at the plush Royal Box of the Americana Hotel "Roger is a tenor and they're hard to find," said one of the pretty girl performers. "He also plays the guitar. He was the answer to everything we needed." VETERAN actor John Anderson was stopped by a fan who said, "I don't know your name, but I'll always remember you— you kicked Jim Arness in the face on 'Gunsmoke.' " — That's Earl, brother. (Copyright, l'6'l *py THE WYROCKT, GROMW0 ASKEP IF ^U C0ULl> Go ON A LITTLE TRIP FOR HlM-lNT0J?ED CHINA," Adult Crossword Puzzle ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE I il*lwl'i^B'i|i li li'Bi'li lull ACROSS 1 Dance music. 5 Christian and others. 9 Symbol of avarice. 14 Nautical word. 15 Challenge: Fr. 16 Excuse. 17 Activities at Cape Kennedy. 19 Encircled. 20 Piqudnt. ?1 Annul. 23 "Cakes and —." 24 Certain p';nts 26 Raw materials. 27 Florida: Abbr. 30 Military precept. 31 Scale lone. 33 Sermons. 35 Sports site. 33 Puzzled: 3 words. 39 Well. 42 Eel: Dial. 43 Pupil of a kind. •14 Word of assent. 46 City of Ha.v,iii. 47 Senator: Abbr. •18 In vogue. 51 Co:ns of ancient Greece. 54 Kind of pan/. 55 Ihfd up. b6 O'.ier.iiinq 2 words. 60 Aspect. 62 Remain neutral: Colloq.: 3 words. 64 Hurry: Colloq. 65 Dial sound. 66 Lithuanian. 67 Apportions. 68 Miss March and others. 69 The women. DOWN 1 Boxing maneuveis. 2 To the: It. 3 Enthusiasm. 4 Adds piquancy. 5 African language. 6 Arbiters. 7 Brawls. 8 Coi-d material. 9 Confusing place. C H E R C H EJZ LIA F E MM E 10 Labor group: Inlt. 11 Oriental coin. 12 Poplar tree. 13 Agrees (with). 18 Study of symbolism. 22 Govt. group. 25 Large bird. 26 Popular garnish. 27 Govt. agency. 28 Pieces of land. 29 To — (everyone): 2 words. 32 Musical work. 34 Of. a bone. 36 Negatives: Abbr. 37 Swiss artist. 39 French region. 40 Heavy, for one. 41 Desire: Colloq. 43 Ghost. 15 Psychic phenomena: Initials. 48 Abyss. 49 After now. 50 Steel mill item. 52 Seed coating. 53 Acts haughtily. 55 Places. 57 Where Provo is 53 Menu entry. 59 Salamanders. 61 Relative of "luv." 63 Word of assent. WHAVIE PRiTTV NO! SHE STAYED IN HER CAR! I TALKEP WITH THE CHAUFFEUR.' PIP YOB TALK WITH WOULP ABBEY SPENCERAN ATTORNEY \& SPREAPING WANT YOUTO S INTO THE HINTERLANPS OF CALL HER, SAM? 5H£ WOULP LIKE YOU TO CALL AS SOON AS POSSIBLE! As 5AfA PRIVER RETURNS TO THE LEGAL AIP OFFICE FROM COURT, HIS SECRETARY GIVES A MESSAGE! Ilex Morgan, M.I). YES—PUT I TJLP WM I HAP 1O C0ME BACK HERE BEFORE MAKING- A DECISION / LET ME HAVE M3UR BAS6A6E CLAIM TICKETS, JUNE.' WAS WILLIE UPSET BY XX* LEAVING JUNE? PIP HE ASK WHV VOU MAP TO COME BACK HERE ? MO.' I THINK HE KNEW.' AFTER AN AS5EMCE Of MORE THAN A YEAR, JUNE- 6ALE, REX MORSAN'S FORMER OFFICE WUR5E, RETURNS ID TOWN AMP 16 MET AT THE AIRPORT BY MELI66A AMP REX.' Blondle TH6VKESP StMPtVSETALX. THE OPP1CE CLOCKS 8ACKT6N MINUTES • i I HAVE AN IDEA V. HOWTOGETTME UNDERSTAND OPPCE FORCE Abbie An 9 Slats f THEM CITV FOLKS HE CALLED UP FROM THE ,OLD-TIMER, /AND SAYS THERE'S FIVE BUCKS IM THE MAIL FOR VOL!. THOSE VOXELS ARE AS EASy TO SHILL AS A BAB£ff ye TELL ME THIS CITV FELLER WAMT£»WI0rAtfi? ONE O' MV ROCKERS, Caiiyoii fVQ I PETBCT A OH-I WAS JUST RECALUNd \ THE PICTURE* OP NEVlttE I CHAMBERLAIN RCTURNINd FROM VISITINfl Hm.ER-WITH THE NEWS THAT THERE WOULD, BE "PEACE IN OUR TIME*/ WE SHAKE THE flNDINCS 0FTHEA6ENCY—AMP EXPECT OTHER NATIO TOPOTHESAM6 STEVE/THE NATIONAL ANPSPAC6 ADMINI5TKAT10M 1$ A , WIDE-OPEN OPERATION. «TEV£ CANYDN 1$ IN HOUSTON BRJEPEP ONTME/VtANNEP SPACE PK06RAM Citizen Smith The Bettor Half "You know the rules- this is a no-parking tow- away zone from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m." "It cost just a littlt bit lass than my housf cost 10/tors ago I*

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