The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 17, 1964 · Page 4
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 4

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Saturday, October 17, 1964
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PAGE 4 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Saturday; Och 17/196*^ STRICTLY BUSINESS ****** STRICTLY BUSINESS byMcFel* I "Ten minutes to twelve! Doesn't the zip code mean anything to you?" KERRY DRAKE WITH WHAT NATURE SAVE HER TO START WITH/ INCA SHOULDN'T NEED THIS LONG TO AVWE HERSELF PRETTY.' AW/BESHE WALKED OUT AND LEFT ME HOLDING- THE CHECK? , IT'S LATE .JBUTIVH THE GIRLS J- By Franklin Folger THE GIRLS -^%mm~ B)f Frankl!n Fo,9er 1 m "I think just because THEY'VE suffered, they W aat us to!* MARY * WORTH "Henry wanted me to go to the football game with him today. Can you imagine — in that awful crowd!" PLEASE DONT PUNISH A I'M GETTING OFF 500N-BUT YOUR PET, MI55 MEADOWS.') G1VE ME ADDRE5SJ.-IU THE DAMAGE BNT £3^l!lXg!,5ftr£ l h SERIOUS' J^faA CAN FIND ANYTHING THAT S . s~.-^C • \ NICEINJENNING5,0HI0.' :4f IS WE WEREN'T )©\ INTERESTED i FCOR MR. CRAWFORD.' "~^^s—r IN HIS HE TURNED CHALKY WHEN V BUSINESS, YCU DETECTIVES QUESTIONED V, INCA/ I HIM, JOHNNY/,.DOV'OUSUPPOSE /V_^^/ HIS INVESTMENT SERVICE IS (U% ^ -r A TINY BIT.. SHADY r "^.^fe'ii^g^^fe^ - THE LONE BANDIT AS IKCASTASR TRiES TO TiASE INFORMATION FROM JOHNNY, A NEWSCAST COMES ON... WAS WAITING FOR AMSS BLACO IN THE ENTRANCE TO HER APARTMENT.' THE LOOT, VALUED* AT $50, OOO, WAS NOT INSURED, MISS 3LACO TOLD 4p?^ POLICE.. SAY HEY.' THAT'S THE SAME DOLL WHO SAT NEXT TO US AT THE RESTAURANT.' (f HOW ABOUT THAT, C JOHNNY/.. SMALL T WORLD.' . PLEASE.' SIT DOWN, JOHNNY'/.. YOU WERE ABOUT ' TO TELL ME HOW DETECTIVES IT REMINDED 1] ME THAT I'M A COP, INCA.'... THANKS FOR. A CORKERINO ,' WORK, WHEN THAT NEWS- /-KNOF AN EVENING.' " NICKY THE NOSE'/.. HE'S TIED IN WITH INCA STARR.'.. TRIED TO TALK TO HER IN AN AUTO AGENCY.. THEN SHE MET HIM IN A RESTAURANT.. AND LATER A DIZZY UZZIE WHO SAT NEAR US WAS ROBBED/ YEAH.' SHE COULD BE THE FINGER-WOMAN FOR A HOLDUP MOB.' MAYBE SHE SPOTS THE VICTIM5AND NICKY STICKS 'EM I WISH I COULD QUIETLY SLIP INTO TOWN AND RELAX — WITHOUT HAVING TO BE STARED ATI— OR FU55ED OVER BY FLUTTERING H05TE55ES! THE FOOTBALL FANATICS HAVE 'A THERE S^EMS GONE, MRS. WORTH!—I DON'T MIND | TO 6E0NLY0NE GETTING OFF NOW!~I MEAN-NOW/ CAB LEFT, ; ICANSUPIHTOTOWNQUIETtYi /Mitt MEADOWS! VOllSAY YOU'RE ' \ 60 0D' 5HALL VISITING HILDY BRENT? I^ RIDE IF5HJ STILL LIVES IN JTOGETHER? THE SAME H0U5E, ITS / ,wucmc ^- NEABJ MY AUNTS PLACE.'

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