Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 21, 1962 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

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Monday, May 21, 1962
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Monday Evening, May 21,1962 Logansport, I Indiana Pharos-Tribune Nine RIP KIRBY THEN I'LL LOOK FORWARP TO SEEIN& YOU TOMORROW, TASHIA. MY PEAREST FRIHNR HMM, A VERY PRETTY I HAVE A PHOTOSRAPH I'P LIKE. TO SHOW YOU TONISHT, RIP... YOU RKOSNIZE HER, PON'T YOU? KERRY DRAKE As KIMBERLY WALKS TOWARD THE JEWELRY. 1 SHOP DOOR, A CAR PAUSES AT 7HECURB AND ' ONE OF THE PASSENGERS LEAPS,OUT... .„ TwO SECONDS AFTER PRESSURE IN IS REMOVED FROM THE HANDLE, ' A PI ATE SPRINGS UP TO PUT A VICE-LIKE GRIP ON THE BANDITS FINGERS/:..' FRECKLES HOW ABOUT .$25 93 .LET'S SEE WHAT WODLP BE 'A FAIR. PRICE REX MORGAN RECOGNIZING THAT . THE WTIENT Hi HAS.BEEN .CALLED • TOSEE !3 MENTALLY ILL, DR; MORGAN RECOMMENDS 5TATE HOSPITAL CARE- BUT HIS SUG6ESTION BRINGS A TIRADE FROM THE Y01JN& WOMAN'S MOTHER/ HO ONE CAN FORCE YOU TO SEIID HER...BUT If YOU WANT HEP TO GET WELL, YOU HAD BET TER SEE THAT iHE GETS \A* THE, CARE SHE NEEDS/ SHE'JUST NEEDS A REST... AND SHE CAN GET IT RIGHT HERE/ I'M NOT HAVING MY DAUGHTER. SENT TO A DON'T YOU LET HI* TALK YOU IHTO SENDIN6ELSATO THAT PLACE. MENTAL, HOSPITAL/^ "' ff'i TIZZY "My mother defrosted the refrigerator today, and I had to get rid of seven of. my old corsages!" GRIN AND BEAR IT s-z &ii''"' I think we ye come up with a sftarp wage formula, men!... A wags raise based on the price increase the company would announce if they dared to!..." MR. BREGER 'Incredible—to think that it's seventeen years since I looked like that in uniform!" THE FLINTSTONES ITALIAN WHAT \ <&R4<SHETT| H/AVINS I AN^ MEAT FOP PINNSK; /^ &ALUS •* CHINSSE UNe<ARI, HAVV/MIAN PIPH ANP» RPl'i wis? .SFTE/SI IPISH' STEW MARY WORTH inMF niff T'iT\ NOT MERCENARY ME, DARLING! INVITE ALL MY FRIENDS I'D ACCEPT THAT-IF I DIDN'T UNDERSTAND NATURE'50 WELL! LOVE K LIKE MEA5LE5—IT HITS THE— UK-MATURE ADULT iUDD'EMLY AND VIOLENTLY! A5 JANICE RAEBURN DINES WITH NEAL HER ATTORNEY AND' LONG-TIME ADMIRER- A5 IVE TOLD YOU MANY TIMES, NEAL—I PLANNED ' MY UFE!-WHEN I'M READY FOR MARRIAfit, WU'LL BE YOU TO A MAN YOU'VE KNOWN FOR ABOUT A MONTH! BRIDES IN THE PAST IS YISARS! YOU KNOW SOMETHING, JAN? IF A L THE FIRST'TO £AW-5UIT TOOK THE PERSISTENCE OF THE- SUIT FOR. WUR HAND, I'D HAVE SIVEN UP MY PROFE5HON YEARS A60! LI'LABNER HAS/AS PIE"— BEINI'LI'LABNEzR'S TIME IN AL.L A, BE/N^A VORE- A MAH LI'L. ^-' ° tW ' NANCY (l D/DN'T MEAN/ YOU STRICTLY BUSINESS "My, we're all business this morning, aren't we, iDaddikins?" STRICTLY RICHTEK © Kins Features Syndicate, Inc.," 1862. World rijihta re« "I like him. He's a, good lisfceiaer." CUTIES 'Tin sorry I'm late for our wedding, but my manager kept me an extra hour punching.-,the bag." • DOTTY DRIPPLE LET ME SET MV T I EYE . PWC'V- MAJ4 V CAN PO WOTHINS )\ BUT WAIT- i-p THIS !S T14E RP5ST TWE KNEW THERE WERE 2,<;»eO BRISTLES IN A.TOOTHBRUSH/ ARENTVOi) FINISHS? VET? BUZ SAWYER TOSHIO, CHIN HAS CABLED FROM HORSKOHSTHAT VOU ARE TO PICK UP A CHESS SET FROM /I MRS. SAWYER AT THE CHERRV BLOSSOM INN. FALSE .BOTTOM OF THE CHESS CASE CONCEALS ASHIPMENT OF THE WHEN YOU ARE CERTAIN VOU CAN DO ITSAFttY. REMEMBER THAT -W POLICE-SEIZES THE LAST SHIPMENT-I HAVE •• RE5ERVEPAROOMFORVOU WMEMDOI PICKIT-UP.' AT THE CHERRY BLOSSOM. . OOK.'T APPEAR TO A!>K QUESTION'S, LOCATE MRS, SAWYER'S ROOM O.U1ETLY ANOSOTO IT ONLY WHEN SHE l!t ALONE.

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