Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 19, 1964 · Page 48
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 48

Publication:
Location:
Lake Charles, Louisiana
Issue Date:
Sunday, July 19, 1964
Page:
Page 48
Start Free Trial
Cancel

BRENTS, DO NOT PERMIT *XJR VOUNG CHILDREN TO TODDLE AROUND WITH A SOFT DRINK BOTTLE IN MIS HANDS OR MOUTH. IT CAN BE FATAL. MOON MAID BECOMES THE OF INTEREST IN COLLEGE SEMINARS FROM COAST TO COAST— vSES^?*^ I™*"* **, MR. TRACY? VERY CLEVER. J THE STRIPS SUCCESS — VA WAS BE EN PHENOMENAL. . GHTING CRIME GOES ON AS USUAL " DICK TRACV AND SAM CATCHEM, CHARACTERS MEAN JUST SPECIAL DOTS. , NO-WORK AS SOU) N'T IT, JAPE? ••'/ PERSONALITY OUR REASON FOR CALLING ON YOU IS THAT YOUR RATHER ONCE OWNED THE AREA WHERE THIS SKELETON YES, IT WAS FATHERS CUSTOM TO MAKE REGULAR TRIPS TD SOUTH AMERICA SEEKING NEW SPECIES OF TREES FOR MIS NURSERY. YES, FATHER OWNED IT WITH A PARTNER— A MR SMITZ. HERES A PICTURE OF FATHER AND MR. SMITZ IN FRONT OF THEIR OFFICE IN I9IO. A U-BOAT OF WORLD WAR ONE SURPRISED THEM. THERE WERE NO SURVIVORS. MY STAFF SPENDS WEEKS IN TRAINING JUST TO DRAW LIKE THAT. r, SAW POLICE OF COURSE, THAT CARS OVER THERET A SKELETON S BUT I DI*T *. JADE," SAYS TRACY, "WAS YOUR FATHER A DRINKING MAN?" , WTHER? HE NEVER TOUCHED A DROP. NEVER ALLOWED IT IN THE MOUSE. WHY DO YOU ASK?" INQUIRES JADE. AVERTS SUSPICION FKQM HIMSELF gX THAT THE "NUCLEAR MAJOR LEE, IT'S M> PLAIN PUT/ TO INFORA THE POLICE OF THAT WOMAN'5 6O55/P- IT ; S PO55I9LE CONNECTION WITH TWO STUPENTS L05T, 5TRAYEC7 OR STOLEN. AMP IU APMIT THAT THE /PEA OF A PATE WfTK AN ATTRACTIVE HOME-STYLE MALE APPEALS TOME^MY PURSE IS IN MY PE5K. YpUHAVEA, YOU PIP YOUR PUTY-CHARMINGLY TERRX-i I SUPPOSE TO PROJECT WHATEVER'^ SO HUSH-HUSH AT YOUR RAPAR STATION, PUT IT HELPEP ME MAKE UPMY M/MP A50UT YOU PISAPPROVE- SO YOU'RE ABOUT TO *5 PISTRACT ME PY TURNING MY GlPPY LITTLE HEAR RIGHT, MAJOR?_^/|^J'LLAPMIT THAT SEEING THE SIGHT5 WITH AN ATTRACTIVE OLP HANP STRUCK ME AS A GUNG-HO ^ MISS HAVEN. THE MESSAGE ON MY PESK WAS FROM MY^ PEACE CORPS £O5S. 1 HAVE TO GO TO A VILLAGE UP COUNTRY,.. SO I HAP TO KNOW IF I SHOULP TRUST YOU- UNTIL J GET BACK / THEN, UNLESS THOSE MISSING 5OYS ARE SACK ANP TELL ME I'M WRONG ABOUT BAROQUE TELL ALL TO THE POLICE/ OKAY?

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free