Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 4, 1962 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

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Monday Evening, June 4,1962. Logansport, Indiana PIliaros-Tribune Nine RIPKIRBY EVENTFUL EVENING; TASHIA, (SOOPNISHT. NOW, ANP SET SOME sieep. 0UT,RIF? HOW ARE WE KENTON—THIS POET-CROOK OK CROOKEP POET OR WHATEVER HE IS? YES, I. KNOW WHO CAN FINPASHApV CHARACTER LIKE- KENTON.IFANY0OP I HAVE A RAN. WE'LL START IN LONPON... FRECKLES IT WOPWS BOTM WAYS/ FAIR.T& PEEK AT TV WHILE COINS- HOMEWORK? I ALSO PEEKTAT HOMEV\ORK j ^ WHILE WATCHINS-TV/ ' " C *RY DRAKE CORRECT.'SHE'P BEEN, LIKE, BEFORE THE COPS LURrcsUI; *ynt~ is osi-n, Mr\b. i i ni-rik-'-' v..* FONP OP LEFTY BEFORE HE < OF HER OLD COULD HANS A RAP->PANCER FROM THE SKIPPED.'.. BUT THE WORD IS FLOOR SHOW HERE ONLEFT/SWANTON . SHE FOUND A BETTER-HEELED PUSHING MARIJUANA, HE j HAD LINED UP A BEAT IT TO THE CITY, OFFICER MUSICIAN, JOHNNY COLT HITS A JACKPOT OF USEFUL INFORMATION.' REX MORGAN MEANWHILE, ATSINDOOS REST HOME.., NOR FOR ME/ THAT WAS Tl'D BETTER CALL NO, IT DOESN'T RIN&lf LARRY WHO CALLED/HE THE MEDICAL SAID HIS MOTHER-IN-LAW SOCIETY TO SEE IF T WHE N DID YOU FIRST WAS TAKING f;L5A .A. THEY HAVE- ANY IMFORMATION/ RIGHT AFTER NOTICE THE BRUI5E5 ON II GRIP LEFT HIS THE OLD MAN? ^JillL ROOM/ HAVE YOU HEARD OF A DR. SINDOO'S REST HOME, JUNE TIZZY "Never mind 'the three bears'—tell mo about your dates!" GRIN AND BEAR IT "We've got a big stake in space exploration, gentlemen! If life is found on of her planets think of the rush to install automation to replace it!" MR. BREGER "Are you aware, Professor, that what you're translating are instructions for cooking frozen TV dinners. . ,2" THE FLINTSTONES EVERY TWE i eeroor HEKE,^O^EONE COM£ TC> fSSTSfZ MS FOK MARYWORTH YOU ON THE RAEBURN? ABOUT ASTEADV JOB? ARENT YOU GOING TO ANSWER MY QUESTION, VITO? 1 NEED 50MEOME TO DRIVE ' ME AROUND!-. AND OCCASION* THERE'D BE WORK IN A 7V OOy,MERCIAL"-OR. SOME ' MODELING-. UKE I TNO W>~ h WMJK IN-gg J^™ ' : GET A CHARGE OUTA ^ I* EyEN.MO.RE^Q!.; LI'LABNER PERFECT ARMS— .X 1.EGGO O HER// PERFECT ANKLES. 1 .' ) SHE'S MOT A GOLDMINE. 1 '.'' SHE'S A MAMMY'.' VOU'RE A . GOLD MINE.'. 1 NANCY ( LOOK WHO'S TALK ING- DON'T YOU EVER THROW ANYTHING- AWAY? Boy— WHAT A SAVER YOU ARE THIS IS THE OLD HAT FROM MY PARTY LAST MONTH STRICTLY BUSINESS "Don't bother me! I have to design 'the product our publicity department just announced!" STRICTLY RICHTER 6-4 .,> © Klnn.Fcnturcfl Syndicate, Inc., 1062. World rlfihts rcoc"\cd ^ * "He is tall, daxk, handsome, and has a violent temper." CUTIES •"... . And when you said, 'Oh, yeah! You and who' else?' he said, .'Me and my four brothers!'" DOTTY DRIPPLE OH, HORACE-POUT GST SO WHY POM'T VOU POSE WITH VOUE FOOT OM WS CHEST *?^r > UKE GRI=W HUMTEES PO? BUZ SAWYER VES,MyrRIENPTOSHIO,H BROUSHTA'OHSSSSKT. ' WE'RE HAVIH6 A SAME. ' WE ARE THE POLICE SAWER- SAN, ARE EITHER OF THESE MEN THEOhlEWHO WHY NOT? THE CHESS SET IS MING/ COMETOVOUR HOUSE WITH A

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