Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 13, 1967 · Page 63
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 63

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POTEEN YOU'RE SHOOK, AREN'T YOU, 9U6AH? NO WONDER THE LITTLE POA6IE ORPHANA6E WENT OUT OF ...IF THEY COULDN'T AFFORP TO REGISTER THE/R STRWS THE COUNTY WELL, PONY T A:L!TTLE T0UOJ FRET, PET. 1 WE HAVE PATES WITH THOSE £OTC INSTRUCTORS AT TEXAS - POLY T OF COLLEGE PROM WILL PO US BOTH SOME 600P/ ::·£-$. ...7596 THIS IS THE TOWER.. YOU ARE NEXT TO LAND, BUT ON YOUR . THE TOWN ^ ·IS BOOKED SOLIP BECAUSE OF REQUEST FO£JgT£L THE SPKIN6 REQUEST PERMISSION TO PARK AT ENP OF RUNWAY FOR TEMPORARY. . REPAIRS/OVER:: MAY PARKJ OVER... WONPER WHAT 60ES WJTH THAT TRANSIENT £!RD ..aiRL's VOICE ON THE CALL-UP/ SHE'MI6HT HAVE .'·FAINTED IN THE HEAT/ T TWO 6W4 WAITING ' ON THE RAMP --TH£V SAY /HEIR DATES ARE DUE.IN .; HERE/ TAXI EMERGENCY ? A ^ OVER... I, SAY A6A1N, W* WELL, SORT ,DO, tpe/foWE.R... AN ; L 1967. Publiahera Newapaper Syndicate ...BUT WE FOUNP THE PACKAGED PRy '* BATH JUST · IN TWE WELL-KNOWN NICK! OttV btOrgt REYNOLPE IS PfSAPPOINTED TO LEARN THAT HE CANNOT ENUST AS A KNISH' OF THE ROUND TABLE BUT MUST WORK HIS WAY UP. THEN WHEN HE |S ASKEP TO FJSHT A x PRACTICE ROUND WITH A MERE BOV HIS PRIDE IS HURT. MORE THAN PRIP6 IS HURT FOR THE BOY IS AS ELUSIVE AS THISTLEPQWN, SHARP AS A SVVOOP/NS FALCON. AS ANSER RISES HIS BRUISES MULTIPLY. "/MV COURTESY /S AT FAULT, * EXCt AIMS VAL/ RISING. "I HAVE HEGLECTEP THE CHARMING YOUTH. WHO./?OP£ WITH ME. I GO TO F£TCff H/M. * VAL FINDS REYNOLDS IN THE PRACTICE COURT BE INS SOUNDLY WHIPPEP- BY HIS OWN SON ARN.' *HALT.' fMOUGH.f'CkllSWt DRILL SE.RSEANT, . *YOU, BE HERS AT£AWM. YOU W/IL HAV£ TO STAKT W THE ££G!NMEKS' $ IS .THE FINAL BLOW TO REYNOLDE'S EGO. . . ' ;' ' .-.:. *HB.LO t SIRE," CALLS ARN ANP *HEUO, SOU, 'ANSWERS VAL. *50 THIS 13 THE SON OF P/?MC? YAi/ANT/1 A"/r HAVE WOWV tT* Am, NODDINS TO ARN, REYNOLDE SAYS: "Tf^i.K YOU FOR SO 7HO*X*;Ht.Y WHACKING THE OUST fKOM 11 AlETA FINDS REYNOLDS CHARMING. HE IS SO FULL OF BOYiSH PSEAMS. OMLY WHEM HE · TALKS ABOUT HORSES DOES HE COME DOWN FROM THE CLOUDS AND SHOW THAT HE HAS A FINE KNOWLEDGE OF HIS SUBJECT. *THER£ GOES A, TtAGEPY, * REMARKS VAL *7HAT IAP tS SO HIT A HAYSTACK COt/fAGEANP M MS WAST MTTLE. * 1570. ANOTHER MOUTH WHO WILL NEVER BECOME THE WARRIOR HE HAP HOPED TO BE 15 SAILING UP THE CHANNEL TOWARP CAMELOT, HE HAS BUT ONE LEG. NEXT WEEK-Jfce Arrival of (Seef f mj

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