The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 10, 1964 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

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PAGE 4 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Saturday, Oct. TO, 1964 'STRICTLY BUSINESS by THE GIRLS By Franklin Folger ' By Franklin Folger "I regret this committee doesn't have the courage of my convictions!" KERRY DRAKE "I thought sure now that we're having SIMPLE weather I'd be able to understand him!" WONOERFUlf tM DADDY IS GIVING ME ONE.' AND HRP- LESS LITTLE ME.. I DON'T KNOW A DOOWHISTLE FROM A WHATZIS?.. WON'T YOU SHOP WITH ME.. THIS AFTERNOON? SAY HEY/ THAT'D BE FUN/.. BUT I'M I DUTY YOU'RE OFF DUTY IN AN HOUR, COLT.'... SO AHEAD AND HELP THE LADY.' GOOD WORK, INCA.' PUMP THE ^ KID.' FIND OUT-WHAT HE KNOWS .. WHAT DRAKE KNOWS.. AND : ^WHAT THEY SUSPECT/, I THINK I'LL RATHER ENJOY THIS CHORE, DARLING' STRICTLY BUSINESS; b y '"Henry, all I want for Christmas this year-is some small, inexpensive gift — just so you hand it fo me in Bermuda." MARY WORTH REESE'S ~T "HEALTH SOMEHOW, TONY, I CAN'T r WA5 c 0 C: RTAIM THINK OF A DAZZLING - j 0 RJA S' OAM" WAS MODEL A5 A YOUNG MATRON BIOBING ASAIN3T ME -AND MOTHER OF THREE! , NTHE AUCTS3H F0 •\ YOUR HEART! . JSWJPl'yS* \ "KOW Hf. TELLS ME.'- T 'l". A WEIL, MiLAMM*- • lr i-.^nLO .j, t\ YCU HAVE 0.\" 1 EOT YOU NEVER /-:\ >-« nrtww..... HAD A RIVAL! /: ' -—— •l!-'rr / yiEr.CW UCA31T CCSMSTICS ? THIS HAS BEEN H08BY,, HOME AND FAMILY FOR ME, TONY!—DO YOU EXPECT ME. TO GIVE IT UP? I MADE "A'5" IN SCHOOL WORK. BY eiVINi IT AIL I HAD —EVERY HCL'ROr- EVERY DAY! I WADE AN "A" IN t -US,i;ES5 HE SAME WAY! — NOW I'M GOING AFTER AN "A"'IN MARRIAGE! f AfiD IU °'-7 I f '.AKE A TERRIFIC ' FR-J:JE:!T S:M- DAY—O? THE SCHOOL M3TKEA5' CLL5! 1W- . I /# L ( ^TAN AUTO . AGENCY JOHNNY IS BEHIND A CAR WHEN A BYSTANDER RECOGNIZES INCA STARR! DON'T HIGH-HAT .ME, )V SHUT UP AND INCA.' IF IT WASN'T FOR GET OUT OF GUYS LIKE US, YOU WOULDN'T V HERE.' r BE BUYING $\0,000 IMPORTED J^y s-mc-^f' ' BUGGIES'^* ~^J£^(\&£\ COME ON, OFFICER COLT.' LET'S LOOK ELSEWHERE/.. THESE CARS HAVE LESS STYLE THAN ONE OF YOUR PATROL WAGONS/ /THE WOLVES HAVE 1 FOUND A NEW W THAT SHANNON fS CRAWFORD LIEP « WHEN HE SAID MRS: BROGGLE WAS AFRAID TO GO NEAR THE FISH, CHIEF/ HE AND INCA STARR ARE HIDING SOMETHING.'THE AUTOPSY MAY GIVE US A CLUE.. OR JOHNNV COLT MAY LEARN SOMETHING- A WHILE HE'S WITH THE CJ I'M GOING OUT TO STAY WITH A YCUKS RELATIVE IN THE MIDDLE- WEST!— IT'S HER FIRST BABY! TODAY, MARY WORTH B0ARD5 A TRAIN TO VISIT , A [FAVORITE YOUNG RELATIVE -F ' T\ I-.-I BEG YOUR PARDON!—FOR VT^? ' f V A MINUTE. I WAS SURE. YOU WERE/tf^ SOMEONE I KNEW!

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