Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 11, 1962 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

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Monday, June 11, 1962
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Monday Evening, June 11,1962. Logansport, Indiana PIiaros-Tiibune Mne RIPK1RBY "PRRY DRAKE THE SHELTER HOUSE IS MPTY AT NIGHT/.. I'LL Bg WAITING INSIPE ..TO USE THAT EQUIPMENT/ WHEN I CHECKED IN HERE UNDER THE NAME OF "PAN DAVIS I BROUGHT CERTAIN..UH... EQUIPMENT IN Mt LUGGAGE.' - IT'S THE ~"^T KEEP HIM WALKING YOUNG COP WHO \ UNTIL WKK..THEN UNKNOWN TOJOHNWCOLT, WASCASINGTHE I LEAD HIM OUT TO THE POLKA HAS SEEN THROUGH I DANCE SCHOOL.' /SHELTER HOUSE IN CASINO OFFICIALS HAVE ASREEE7 TO HELP ME IN A PLAM TONIGHT. PESMONP IS 6ETTINS READY NOW,.. YES, TASHIA, OUR ONLY REAL CHANCE IS TO LURE ROSS KENTON BACK TO THE STATES WHER5 HE MISHT RETURN THE MONEY TO AVOIP ARREST. HIS MAKESHIFT DISGUISE- AND SLIPPED INTO ft BOOTH.. THIS WILL TAKE PRACTICE. THE OLP RNSERS MUST REGAIN THEIR:. DEXTERITY... REX MORGAN BUT, DR.SINDOO...MY P/- APPARENTLY OAUGHTER. NEEDS y7 YOUR SON-IN-LAW YOURHELP/ r-£==( DOESNOTTHINK 50, MRS. KRONE' ^ HAVEYOU NO INTEREST IN EISA'S GETTING WELL1 LOOK, I ONLY ASKED HW. IF HE COULD HELP EL5A/ PLEASE...1F LARRY SAID ANYTHINQ DISRESPECTFUL, I'LL SPEAK TO HIM... " " I'M AFRAID cUT'STOO LAW NOW WHERE IS TRAT LETTER-? WATS ME,siK-- NEATNESS IS MY MIDDLE NAME/ HMM---THIS BMF>LOYEf» WAMTS A VERY NEAT WHENSINDOOIS CHALLENGED CONCERNING HIS PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS, HETELLSTHE PATIENTS MOTHER THAT HEWILL NOT ACCEPT HER DAUGHTER FOR ADMISSION/ STRICTLY BUSINESS THE FLINTSTONES WELL, I KSAF IT I THINK 19-M\9 WOFTTH MUS&LEff //V 72/V U IF MARY WORTH COULD YOU EXCUSE YOURSELF FOR. A. MOMENT?—I'D LIKE TO DISCUSS A RATHER UR&EKT PERSONAL MATTER WITH YOU 1 . HELLO, JANICE! CHEE, MI55 RAEBURN! — -\ |r IS PART OF MY ...VOU SWIM LIKE ATROUTl-l ^EEP-FIT PROfiRAM, 6UK5, WITH YOU, IT'S 50RTA / VITO! Wt'LL BE LIKE WEteHT-Ur-TIN'15 _V COMING OUT HERE WITH ME2^BB»tr \ OFTEN DURIN6 THE 5UM- by NEA. !no. T.M. R«ff. f.3. P«t- Off. ^-/' "Business rather dull, I gather!" 'No, i'm not doing anything—I'm helping mother!" STRICTLY RICHTER LI'LABNER GRIN AND BEAR IT .' POLICE GAZETTE/X ONEO'THESE IN l9lfe. r . r "MISS BEER FESTIVAL!, / DAVS,I'LL MAKE IN 1917.7" OH THEY DONT MAKE MODELS LIKE ME, THIS IS MV STUDIO, AND THIS IS MV / CLEAN-UP ) WOMAN— / EX-MODEL. Vi LILLIAN T , | MUSCLE SHE'S .' TOO MANY/=LASt-f •&ULBS w&vr VOU REMEMBER ME,DON'T VOU, HOMEV? A COMEFJACK.V- ALL I HAVE TO DO IS HAVE MV HAIR DONE, AND LOSE A POUND ORTWO f NO-—THE RUBBER BAND ON MY PONV TAIL. JUST BUSTED ARE YOU THAT SCARED ? HELLO, INEZ DID YOU HEAR ABOUT THE ROBBERY ON OUR STREET v_ LAST NIGHT? fte a// owr arfvert/smg, the administration claims that American youth isn't pthysfcaf/jr /'<•'... TWs ;s a /oirf /niu/f •io ffte breakfast food industry, gentlemen!" "Will you marry me, Miss Wilson ? My parents approve." DOTTY DRIPPLE MR. KREGER SORRY, PRIPPLE- ON ACCOUNT OP WORK/ BUZ SAWYER I WAS TOLD ^ AH, SO, SAWYER-SAN! VOU WANTED ME . MflWV THflNKSTOYOUR AT THE POLICE I CLEVER WIFE, W£ CATCH NARCOTICS TRAFFICKERS. BUT V ONE OF THOSE WRETCHES ALL PIO \ TOUNP AND fiflSGEPME NOT SO SO UNO RAN OFF WITH THf WELL/1SWE L NARCOTICS. PLftN. PICKIMfiSMARTWIVES REJOURCIFUL.l WOU19YOUR 5HEAWKE BIS CAREER BE NOISE, WE COME, WITHOUT SIVECHOSE... CATCH NOT ONE, BUI-THREE. STATION, LT. KAWATA, "Smartest secretary I've ever had. Traded a catcher and an outfielder for her." ' "Beds?—Seventh floor, madam

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