Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 21, 1949 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, September 21, 1949
Page 12
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12 Logonsport Pharos-Tribune RIP KJRBY— By Alex Raymond KERRY DAKE— By Alfred AndrioU 'Wednesday Eve., Sept. 21,1949 PACK THAT BOTTLE C4«6FULLy. I THINK IT'LL PROVE TO BE THE MURDER WEAPON-WITH MISS HAVS YOU SEEN A LITTLE SiRL? NAME IS VHLERIE STONE... AS A MATTER ) YOU OF FACT, W=y MISHT HAVE... / LOOK IN THE BACK-OF THE CAR.. I M DRAKE, FROM THE -*T THERE'LL BE NO MATINEE D.A.'S OFFICE ' WILL VOU VeNNESSCE^S BE I IMS HELD TELL MISS LANE t MUST _/BV POLICE-ON OKAY, MERE X AM! BUT I'AA NOT SOiNG SACK TO* THAT OLD (BE HER BEFORE THE MATINEE? BEX MORGAN. M.D By Dal Curtis MICKEY FINN— By Hank Leonard JUDITH IS SOING FOR A CANOE RIDE WITH STerAN/ YOU CAN ST1U. STOP THEM IF VOU HURRY. JERRY. OH, THATS ALL RIGHT, MRS. WESCOTT..J CAN SEE JUDY LATER. HEft ENJOY HERSELF.' NOTHING .'...I... IT'S THAT JUDITH CAN'T SWIM ...AND IT WORRIES WELL, J HAVEN'T ANY RIGHT TO BUTT W,MRS.FINN-BUT I THINK YOU COULD 6EABISHELPTO THEM WRL, A SWELL NEW HOME WOULD HAVE TO HAVE SWELL NEW FURNITURE.WOULPN'T IT? AND YOU KNOW HOW PHIL HATES TO SPEND MONEY' INDKP1 KNOW! HMM.' WHAT YOU MEAN ' AND 1 WOULDN7 WAOTE AMY TIME EITHER, MRS. FWN/ I'D START WORKING ON HIM TONIGHT/ I BELIEVE i THMIC T*m BE ABLE ~\ THAT'S THE . TO GET WIL SO CONFUSED I ;P£A , THAT HE'LL BE GLAD TO < FLOSSIE/ NtSET THE WHOLE THING -ISTHATir.URS.FiNN? BOBBY SOX. By Mai tin Links BUZ SAWYER— fiy Roy Crane STR1CTL1 BUSINESS— By McFeattw* Con«olldat«d News Oiturea, IDC. T X Rlf. \J. 8. Fat. OKIn TJIEN 5ETUEO? MJEYOU WITH US, 6000! AMP VOU CAH COUNT 1 BAWTA1N CAM ON »MTiTWN. / COUNT ON HIS Oil CONCESSION. SOMEONE'S F DOOR'. iOYll I HAVE RADIOGRAM FOR BARSTAIN. MARY WORTH— By Dale Allen yOU MAY FOLLOW M 'jl66ERS,KIDS!--IT'S- THE JL'GOERNAUTj -?> U YonB^MJ PLEA5E DO , N ' T BLAME *f?-S$£\*J> THE6IRL5!--I ACCEPT ALL OF YOU! A FULL RESPONSIBILITX.' E .. w r WER c lUST HAVINtb A LITTLt RHYMI NO CONTEST "You were saying the Gruesome Grappler is a creampuff? B* E. Si nuns Campbell "I don't think I should ^tudy top much, Mom . . . Men hate intelligent women." LITTLE ABNER— Bj Al Capp GBJN AND BEAR IT- PORE (•""'W? RUPKRT BUT A TRAQEDV ISYCr-rCOME.rT-ABOlT O' LK3HTNIN' HIT A LtFT-HAND BRANCH OF A CRABAPPLE TREE, V/HICH LANDED ON A BULL-SK.OIMK, WHICH BCFORE MIDNIGHT ONE. YOKOM WILL. DtE/f THEN GOT UP AN SLQVIM 1 WALKED AV/At", "•WING LOW ' ARYO' ^»OS^(V (?re> ELLA CINDERS— By Charlie Plumb DOC, 00 VOU Y^ , 6UPPOSE AUL / WE'LL I OONT K.NOW, TOOTS, BUT VVHgN HS CONN6S OUT OP IT, IT'S MY TURN NBKT. AMSS CINDERS WOULD LIKE TO VOU OUft \VOPST < KNOW FEARS VNER6 } IN A, CAUSED BV />\O\\eNT OR..CBAVNE FAINT 7 CASE OF MISTAKEN DENTITY/ "It leaves my hands free to AM! tn« worfcw* in America hav* no hop* of getting out of rf«*t AfraaoV tn* 1950 cart arc on tht marltvt... and they haven't paid for their '49 mwMi yet..." DOTTY DRIPPLE— STRICTLY RICHTER— By Ruford Tun* HORACE, WILL YOU HELP ME WITH OUR BUPGET? I'M STUCK/ 10 * IN THE THIS -H= W6 BUV ANOTHER BOTTLJE, WB'LL BE 5*INTHC RBP AKJP YVOKfT NEEP TH6 »LACK INK/ IT'S AFTER MIPSJ'.GHT, DEAR— WHY POKl'T YOU COME TO BEP AMP TACKLE IT AGAIN TOMORROW pushed the Legion's fight lor more veterans hospital facilites. Vet Hosoitnl Facilities The AYorl11 War " veteran from TBr nospirui raCIIITieS | Brazil, Ind.7 asked President Tru- WASHINGTON (UP) — George j man's support in restoring 16,000 beds to the Veterans Administra- Craig, national commander of tion hospital construction sched- American Legion, ule. After the conference with th«j President. Craig told newsmen there was an overflow of veterans into private hospitals and only one hospital bed for each 152 veterans. When reminded that the President recently said th«rc were 5,000 empty beds in veterans hospitals. Craig said that probably was duo to a lack of doctors and nurses. FA5HXY 3UTTE11 •TORT WORTH, Texas (UP)—Tt was a family matter vhen Detective C. D. Bush was assigned in a ! burglary case. The victim was his | son, C. D. Bush, Jr., whose home was burglarized. By George McManus VOU MSAM TO SAV NOU'VEGOr A SCHEME FOQ KS Tt3 GIT OUT NIGHTS ? HUU' I GOT AS FAO AS TO HOL.O WEC WA,KJD - -TMEN SHE WIT ME WITW TME OTl-iSS THAT'S AUU I -BOUND Sl.V.PUE- TOO -ALL. NOJ'VE GOTTA DO IS R_ATTS!2 NOUCJ WIFE-TEU.L. ME SHE is -AMD MOW NOLJ LCWE YOU3 MOMH--HOUD HER HAND--THEN KISS WEK—r TOLD Iv'.USGV O'CLAV THIS- SCHEME- I WE WENT WOWE I i rr SOUNDS TO TRY IT OUT- L_ GOOD// WJGQV I ^_v_ O'CLAV? " Cej-r 1m-', Kia^ Ftarurcs Svn-Jic«c. Inc.. VC'oMJ 115! "My compliments to the dishwasher'."

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