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PAGE TWENTY OUT OUR WAY THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER », 1S«. By J. R. Williams SUSAR MUST'HAVE A^BOTTLE AROUWD—HE' SAIP HE WAS <SOIM<5 TO ; > KMOCK OFF Afl AWTELOPE FORA CHAMSE OF-DIEO; AND LOOK WHERE HE'S GOIMS —THERE SO "^ THE AWTELOPE/ THET'S TH* TROUBLE WITH BREAKIM' TH' LAW, WES-^ WATCHW FEPTH' SAME WARPEM ISSECH AVITAL FACTOR THET HE'S FERSOT TH' CAME AMP IS HUMTIW 1 BELIEVE HE'P SHOOT OWE IF HE COULP FINPAUV/ TheyTLDoJt Every Time LOOK WHO'S WAV DOWN FRONT.'.' AMD , HER HUSBAND!A .230 HITTER-.'/:-;? M' CERTA5NLY GOING TO SEE TO IT THAT , MY OTTO SETS ME. Kb- BETTER SEATS TOMORBOW/7 AND CASSIE LAMEW1NS NEXT TO HER// HER HUSBAND HASN'T LASTED MORE THAN THREE; INN1NSS SINCE APRIL 21 ST.' r FROM WH«T X HEARXTHEy GET JEALOUS IF SHE'LU.BESACK INTHEIONE. PLAYER HAS A CUBES LEASUE WITH ./LOWER NUMBER ON HER OTTO NEXT vriTHIS BACK THAN THEIR OLD MAN"- j— rT$.lHE6AME:|M EVERy"RACKET~My . DOLL KICKS BECAUSE t HER MINK HAS SHORTER SLEEVES THAN. : MV • PARTNER'S •• BARRACUDA/ IF VOU TT-llNKTVltS CAUSES HEADACHES, HOW ABOUT WHEN THE SALS READ ABOUT WE BLOATED SALARIES THE OTHER 6UYS ARE SUPPDSED.TO GET- D iaM,Kln't TMata Sm'd'in'lA I«L.'wSriJ root HAPPY DAYS AT THE WORLD SERIES—OR WHO'S SITTING WHERE? THAN* AND A 77PQPTME ^ ///TOO HAT TO MIKE CHAPPED, , COLLE&B, 10-10 < OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hooplt HAVtNSt CrtALKr >MeM(AED-|M 8Y5I*TACKLERS ANO TRAPPED IM /AYOYM E'MDZOfle' ONLY FIVE SECONDS E- SAMB, T HAD MO. CHOICE- BUT TO ATTEMPT TO WOPKlCK A FIELD -A HUSH THE STA-Dltl/V\"AS T---STRAiSRT- ARMED -wo TACK^LBRS POSITIONED MYSELF -—> DlM^5ER^TAL«. / /SoyJ-~-L> A L L 8ALOrtEYAWE'RE -V ScT- <3UT ]\TIN6 BREAD/} \e ' - y 'TA& HIS CHALK FOR BILLIARDS =vo-/o STEVE CANYON By. Milton Caniff THE TWO HAVE'NOW-"?' GOOD.' Y PON'TWU KNOW"" AN OPERATIVE CANYON THE INFOEMATIoN AEEIV6P ON DUE UAIIT6P SREA7 CIEO.E ' < S.TATK SOURCES WAS AIELINES puaur WHEN A EESSeVATION IN THAT NAME WAS STEPPED W= ANP SPOKEN FOR AT THE INWTEP THE HOTEL AT 1206 AMERICAN to -^ PIPE1D5HQBI AIR. BAS6... ENTEREP A TAXICAB DRIVEN BV ONE OF OUK. SETTEE .THAN TO SUSIE" "I SPEAK MVNAME WILL' OVSE.TH6T0.E- &E AT THE EENDEZVOUS BE . | ' ; PHOWE ? POINT IVITHW wo HOURS.' \PLSASEP POTEET HAS .COMBBD CM- OP I WTO W£K HA1K TO WOIO KINS x'vjt" IHfcW 1 CbUtSS "SJLL fi'RWB"« BEETLE BAILEY ByMortWalkcr WHAT po you \;/ r MEAN,yOU'RE If MUST THE BSST HANPBAM PLAVER IN CAMB. HENRY By Carl Anderson MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavalli /""^ • " / ALL. BUMMER I'VE V BEEN PITCHING-AT ~S- LA^rrssrA III CHANCE TO BAT/ J 1MO by HCt, Inc. f.M. MI. U.S. P.I Off. BOY/WAS THAT A ^HORT-SUMMER ALLEY OOP B> V. T. "hamlin THIS IS ROBBERY.' / NO,ODR..Wf RE HONEST MEN, DEDICATED TO A DIRT^Y/CROOKEP .V?'. CAUSE THATS\ TO BE JUST AMP WHATS HONORABLE, ITS NOT ABOUT .STEALIM* J THEFT, A MILLION IN ^flOP, IT'S CONFISCATION WU FANCY | ALLEY. TINHORN BLONDIE By Chic Young ( i DON'T owg > YOU TEN-(. YOU OWE ME • FIFTEEN DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney MY NUMBER SEVEN IRON.' THIS CM-US FOR A WOOD.' " iD-10 MANDRAKE By Lee Folk and Phil Davis NQlKARE-BRST-LANO- SPE&K1M6TOME"IP i'M^la^DReAMl^4 MUST HWEOXYe HAU_U<3!MATiON AUrMAL-TD-COME-TO-US (MPERS7AMD 1T45ONE— AMI?— LAWSHIM& AT HIS JOKE*? iNIHEWST IMPB5VMTB? OW/ERIJ— —TOHAVEASENSE OFHOMOKJ OKTHEBEMPS- 1'M IMAS1WIMS ALL THIS-- Bea i( manof the world." Seelateststyles& fabrics Bailey's INTERNATIONAL FAIR. CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner . IT WA5 HIGH. AgOVE AN/ WEATHER. THW COULP ALTER WE MW WWEK. \ IT5 COURSE, ANP MU5TVE KNOW WKK6 THEVaOTTIW ACHOi* CHIMA! •a CW»HH:,BIB. IT ' IN CHIW*, < HAVE HEARD 1WAS 5TUPIPTO LBT WILLIE FLATTER MB WTO TALKING TOO MUCH I WE WERE LUCK) TO ESCAPE A SERIOUS INTERNATIONAL IMCIBSWTl I'M GUP, TOO, THE JAPAN- E5i 5ECURITV POLICE- RO\JN060 UP THE FANATIC5 WHO TRIEO-TO IU STOP IN HAWAII FOR A FEW/ DAVSOF INTENSIVE LOAFWe'.y WETOJOKJ HIW i THERE. BPLWN VWVi WI5H you WERE W-5KAPE TOX PO IAE A FAVORi START HOWIE WITH ME TONWHT. PAL 1 . LOOK UP A POGO By Walt Kelly 5COTT5 SCRAP By R.1 SCOTT

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