Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 14, 1962 · Page 16
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 16

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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune RIPKIRBY Thursday Evening, June M, 1962. BY PRSARRANeeMENT, A CASINO OPERATIVE AH, HERE SHE IS.' A LITTLE SKBNP-PEAUN& AMP MISS RAMBSAU WILL SOON HAVE A FICTITIOUS FORTUNE., THIS HAS TO WORIOANP I'M SURE WE'LL SOON BE HEARIM& PROM MR. KEMTON. FOR TASHIAAT BLACKJACK. FRECKLES WEU-,WMEM 1 WAS A Bor 1 DIPNT SIT AROUKP STARIM&" ATA'TVSETV HUH AMD I CAME ACROSS SOME op Youe OLD TMIN6S--- — I GUESS TPeSE WERE \ gETTERTHAN STARIM'AT TV- J WMAT WITH WO COMMERCIALS T AND ALL/ >- - ——- / \ "*RRY DRAKE "PAINTV'AWBE WAITING FOR HER IN ONE OF THE SIDE ROOMS' REX MORGAN TIZZY "Saturday we're all going for a picnic in Herbie's car. I'm supposed to bring the potato salad and a bumper lack!" THE FLINTSTONES MARY WORTH WHY!—YOU'RE SHAWN'.'-NOW IOOK. HERE!— YOU'RE A NICE DAMES--AN' IF YOU WANT " SHOULD SO BACK AN' BU5T THAT OLD'CRAB IN THE. KI55ER-7 STOP AT THE. FIRST RON55IOE — >. HAMBURGER. JHOP! I'M SURE. WE \ CAN 6ET SERVED THERE WITHOUT 5HOWIN& A LISTING IN THE SOCIAL / REGISTER.! ' THW DINING-ROOM «"l SOME HEAD-WAITER 1 ; ARE FOREMAN LOOKED AT U5 • A \ IN5 4ff, a ^5. l ; E ^SS s i, mo LIKE WE WERE POLECATS AT) "A 17 5 THEIR DEFENSE A «N, C . M,« RAE5.RN.' /^WNg A^EP-ROOTED, STRICTLY BUSINESS "On the bright side, I was on a 'Travel Now— Pay Later' plan!' GRIN AND BEAR IT LI'LABNER STRICTLY RICHTER RIGHT.'.' THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD.'.''SHE'S GOING TO AV,'ARD HER ANNUAL &2,000,OOO CONTRACT, TO ONE OF THOSE PHOTOGRAPHERS, NO-SOMEBODV MUCH MORE. IMPORTANT// SONYA 5WAVBACK •2 KENNEDV IN THERE? NANCY •"... And capitalist sneers that only 5% of our citizens is in Communist party is proof of our glorious democratic principle •that a minority has rights.'... OUR BATHTUB LEAKS A LITTLE—THIS PAN WILL CATCH ANV DRIPS WHILE I TAKE] MV BUBBLE BATH/ ^ 6-14 JTsyilrtic', !"=•. li" 12 - WorH risMsTcscrv«t. "To avoid misunderstanding, Misu Martin, kindly let ME scream for help. • MR. BREGER CUTIES f, "Beady, dear—I've got it all lined up..." "Well, here I am! You said you'd only marry a knight on a white horse." DOTTY DRIPPLE . _^, I'M Y HE'S HE5APE37 WEST TO LOOKIMS FOR'/ WC«K OM A RANCH-- y &STTBK. HUFaZY IP •—' VOU WANT BUZ SAWYER , WERAIPED THflT FISDWfl JUNK. CAUSHT TH0 FISHeR*MM,UNfl TO WITH H6RDIN HIDDEN IN A qSH BASKET, A JUMK FROM REP CHINfi WAS SIIPPIN4 IT TO HIM. FIN*.'THE JAPANESE POLICE HAVEOJcftNEOUP WAIT'l!.MJU HEARTHf NEWS', CHIEF. Wf— ^OTOE JUSTIN / TWlE.SUl, I FROM |NSPEClOa.fiECfFR6Y X. IN HONG KONS. SOOD SHOW.OIP BOY/JUST WANTED TO THANK VOU O.N.I.CHAP5FORYOUR6XCEU.ENT COOPERATION, AMP MY liPCCIAL THANKS TO SOUR WIFE FOR HERSPlENDIPASStSWNCe, TEU HER I'M SENPINd HC^ A UrTl.E MEMENTO.

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