The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 14, 1964 · Page 4
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 4

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1 PAGE 4 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Saturday, Nov. U, 1964 STRICTLY BUSINESS VMC ^* THE GIRLS By Franklin Folger mm /• ^ v \ I "Jso, you've got it wrong — I paint the floors, HE paints the ceilings!" "Go-now-pay-later doesn't sound so wonderful anymore!" KERRY DRAKE LEAVING THE PUZZLED INCA STARR, JOHNNY PUTS IN A FAST CALL TO HEADQUARTERS/. SHOOT A PROWL CAR TO THE PARK AND YOU MAY STOP A STICK UP.' LOOK FOR A BRUNETTE IN MINK WITH A STONED ESCORT.' SHE'S WEARING A ROPE OF PEARLS AND A DIAMOND BRACELET/ HE HAS A FAT WALLET.. WELL, NOW TO FIND SGT. DRAKE AND TELL HIM I'VE GOT THE GOODS ON INCA.' AT THIS MOMENT- POLICE.'.. SGT. DRAKE/ I'M ^7 HERE TO INSPECTMR.CRAWFORDSl SUITE AGAIN.'COME UP WITH ME AND UNLOCK IT PLEASE.' STARTING HIS INCH-BY-INCH INSPECTION OF THE CONFERENCE ROOM, KERRY PAUSES SUDDENLY IN FRONT OF THE BAR CABINET/ OH- OH.' WHAT HAVE WE • HERE? THERE'S A LOT OF DEAD SPACE BEHIND TH05E END PANELS.' As THE WATCHMAN CALLS TO WARN HIM,, KERRY IS FELLED BY A BLOW FROM BEHIND.'.. SHANNON CRAWFORD SEES CALLERS By APPOINTMENT ONLY, SGT. DRAKE — AND THAT INCLUDES COPS! A LOT MORE THAN I CAN LET HIM PUT INTO A REPORT.'.. SORRY, OLD MAN— BUT ' PRICE TAG FOR TWO AAURDERS IS THE SAME AS FOR ONE/ , THE MAP SHOWS THE ^TcLEVER, EH?.. LOCATION OF EACH GEM WHAT A PITY "D4"-A FOUR-KARAT YOU'LL NOT DIAMOND/.. *R - A RUBY- J LIVE TO TELL ABOUT IT.' A SIZEABLE FORTUNE, KNOTTED) . IN AN.ORDiNARY HANDKERCHIEF < WHICH I CAN CARRY WITHOUT ) EVEN CAUSING A BULGE IN NOV/, WE ARE GOING FOR A RIDE.. WITH YOU'AT THE WHEEL.' I NEEDN'T TELL YOU, OF COURSE V ..WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF YOU 1^ DON'T CD-OPERATE.' STRICTLY BUSINESS by McFeatters MANAGER THE GIRLS \ r ^frH%^,??P "The boss not only fired me, he fired Albert j ^or recommending me, and Henry for hiring Albert!" "I spend all my summers here. This rugge^ outdoor living runs in my blood." MARY WORTH I THOUGHT MAYBE IF YOU A VACANT PERIOD, WE COULD ABOUT OLD TIMES— LIKE [YOU GOT CHEWED OUT PRINCIPAL FOR CARVING 'OUR INITIALS ON A DESK! _,'f^>\ s IF YOU'LL EXCUSE/AE?... I . HAVE A CLASS / V WAITING, MR./ I'M AFRAID I'D BETTER' GO WITH YOU, MISS FINCH .'—THERE ARE—UH — SOME FLANS FOR THE HALLOWE'EN DANCE WE HAVE " TO DISCUSS! ^^?r" TELL ME, AUNT '\ "MOUSY"? . • ^^J^^STI ELAINE FINCH?...I ^^,^, £ ?I 0 J ^ T /TH1NK.5HC5 RATHER M 2^^u L iI T , LE LATIN 1 PRETTY- IN A TEACHER? ^ ouiETWAY! ~^ HER MOTHER WA5AHAWKIN5—ONE OF ' THE HAWKINS GIRLS—MARRIED A MINISTER OVER BY EUZAVILLE... ELAINE WENT TO STATE NORMAL- CAME HERE LAST YEAR- ROOMS WITH THE GREGORYS— SHE—UM---- WHAT WAS IT YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT HER, DEAR? OH,YES!-ABOUT MISS FINCH!— 1 T JIK- T \ HER AND MR.CLAY!-. WELL, NATURALLY, I WONDERED, X HECOULDN'T—UK— SPARK. ONE / AUNT'"' OF HIS TEACHERS- PEOPLE WOULD ' — REALLY TALK,MISTY!-- BUT I 'VE HEARD THAT THEY DON'T, YOU MIGHT 5AY, HATE. EACH OTHER!WHY f •MI5S MEADOWS, YOU MAY BE A DREAM DOLL TO MILLIONS OF MEN—BUT YOU'RE A DOG TO A HICK TOWN te: HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL!-MAYBE YOUR DAZZLE 15 DIMMING!? igr3> HEY!- MI55 MEAD0W5!—CAN I--MAY I—THAT 15—1 WAS SENT TO I .3> TAKE YOUR PICTURE"-FOR THE f' 5CHOOl - FAPEK '" IF "" YOU ' GEE.M-M-MI55 MEADOWS!— I NEVER TOOK A PICTURE OF " ANYBODY BEAUTIFUL BEFORE! GUE55 I SOUND fcv KINDA FRE5H, HUH ? it YOU SOUND KINDA REFRESHING, ELBERT! WELL---16-G-GOTTA 60 NOW—BUT— { FIRST— I WONDER I KNOW, JUNIE.' j —YOU WANT A " PIECE OF MY FAMOUS SPICE- .CAKE, r N—NO,THANK YOU! — I— THOUGHT MAYBE' MISS MEAD0W5 WOULD AUTOGRAPH MY SWEATSHIRT^. lb ^ W \4 THE THINGS JUNIE NORWOOD I t HOPE 50, AUNT • SAID TO YOU, MISTY!-1 / MILLIE! — I WAS , , DO DECLARE, I THINK HE'5 A BEGINNING TO SWEETON YOU' * ;\"^\ OPINION MAYBE I SHOULD STILL 5E WORRIED! AFTER. ALL — IT WAS ONLY ONE V > FUZZY-FACED B0Y5 J^~^f '

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