Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 4, 1960 · Page 68
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 68

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ANKLE GRANDFATHER HAD ONE IDENTJCALTOITON ANKLE. . OH, SHE'S SO T ARC \OU NUTS?" fOJTEf AND THEY'RE ) OH, BRU-THiR? TRYING TO FIND / I'M MARRIED HER PARENTS AND-- TO A REAL, THANK YOU. I'M BOB KRAUSS ^ AND THIS IS WES VGUNG OF TIC | HONOLULU PAPER. HAVE YOU, ' ' ' »ISCOVEREDTHE IDENTITY? ·y. PERHAPS. AND IF LITTLE PINEAPPLE HAS ANY LIVING RELATIVES TOO, WILL HAVE THIS MARK A PINEAPPLE.' VOURBTOO FAT! r IN HIS HOUSE WE FOUND THIS FADED LETTER SENT HIM YEARS AGO BY A MOVIE COMPANY WHO HAD USED HIS, HOUSE AS A SET.' THEN YOU RE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WITH THE FAMILY NAME OF HALAKAHIKI WHO HAS A TATTOO.' RIGHT-AND WE ALSO MIGHT BEGIN TO WONDER ABOUT THIS KID5AGE. r DONT [WORRY, I TRACY. THEY. ALL HULA IN HAWAII. CRIMESTOPPERS OON'T (HfifMlT WUPC TO CHOW ON _ YOU* pROPirry CWMINAI* oouua · HIP! IM THEM ANpAi«*m.T · ' ' ' ADDRESSED TO JACK HALAKAHIKI. HALAKAHIKI MEANS PINEAPPLE. THE GIRL SEEMS A UTTLE CONFUSED ABOUT HER I FykRENTS. WERE INCLINEDTO BELIEVE HER FATHER AND MOTHER ALSO PERISHED IN THE TIDAL WAVE. AMD MCK Oti THi MA1NLAMO- SPOTS-HAVE ' .. _ , . . _ . . OGDENGETME / READING-THE^ MORE LATE I DRIVEL! ABOL NEWSPAPERS. Jk THAT UTTU ·"" - -^ HAWAIIAN?. 1 ·' LOOK! SAY, IN MV BUSINESS. Y'CHEgK YOUR HEART, TILL THE JOB'S DONE? SUPPOSE VQU DO THE SAME, PODNER.' Y'BROKE POOR MftRlA'S HEART, AND Y'DONTEVEN ^IMPOSSIBLE TO LOVE AND" TO IE ft *7o HAWK HADE TOR LOVE." OVE'S LAW K OUT OF PULE'.'-JOH« oowt«. YOU HjAgD HIM OF 'EM! A BIG TIME HOODLUM! QOT , HIS oum RACKETS! HE SAID SO! AW, SHUCKS, MAYBE IT'S NOT AT ALL TH' WAY IT SEEMS! »!»_· I ^^--^^M^ TELUN SAM AND HIS QORILLAS HOW TO MAKE A DEAL WITH SOME MURDERER CALLED SENOR. SCAR, TO RUM DOPE IHTO THIS COUNTRY' SHOOTIN' OFF BIG? /' I KNOW HOW BAD HE IS, B^B-BUT \ «TiLL yi-lJOVE HIM! NO MATTCR ! OH, YOU r anrir J BUT TH' 'CM HAVE A HEAVY ONE.SEfiOR /?,? HE MOW TO iY U_STTEN ! HE'S A TO Pl DEADER! A B1Q- . 9HOT MOOD I WELL You WOULDN'T WANT HIM T'BE A'SMAji-TlME. HUSTLER, WOULD YOU? IT,.. IT IS THE MESSENGER} VQU SENT TO SELL THE PHONY; STUFF TO THAT BIG SAM! YEAH? MAYBE ME'S NOT SUCH A FOOL AS I PIQURED! . SH? A LETTER! LIVE TO F'ND OUT IF I'M ALL BAD, EH"?--AND HOW MUCH, IF ANY, I CARE FOR THAT SIS OF YOURS! BUT IN THE MEANTIME, KEEP THAT BLABBER LIP OF YOURS SNUG! Y'UNNERSTAND? YEAH! I READ Y'GOOO, PODNERI FOfcQET HIM? THAT'S TH' TROUBLE! i -i CAN/T FORGET BUT IF HE'^ so ROTTEN BAD, JUST FIGGER Y'MADE A'MISTAKE AND FOI?GET HIM!

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