Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 26, 1962 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

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i LIBRARY Tuesday Evening, June 26, 1962. Logansporfc, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune, Eleven RIP KIRBY JUST KNOWINS- YOLI HASSIVEN ME, 1 NEW INSPIRATION. I'LL WRITE A SONNET TO VOllR EYELASH,, AN .OPE TO YOUR EARLOBE... IF WE CAN SET HIM BACK TO THE STATES HE'LL CJO A STANZA IN STIR, TOO. WIS POET'S FOR THE POKEY/ I MAY SEE YOU AGAIN, MAYN'T I, TASHIA? WHY, IF... IF IT MEANS SO MUCH TO YOU, FRECKLES MUST BE MORE CAEBFUL-AROUMO UNINSULATED- WIRES, SMHH/ I GUESS I CANT DO MUCH ABOUT THE WIRES--. HMM.' GO i SAID, wr NOT jusr "*RRY DRAKE THANK YOU,' NURSE.' THANK! YOU VERVWUCII/ .WHATROOMPOESHEHAVE? "K HE'S IMPROVING PAVIS.. BUT STILL I SEE. THEY .BROUGHT-:. '^'UHPER .HEAVX THAT YOUNG POLICE OFFICER >= SECWTION, WHO WAS 5TABSED TO THIS HOSPITAL, HLIRSE/..HOW is THE .POOR CHAI»'.* I',0 LIKE TO HAVE SOME R.OWBW SENT TO HIM.'.. IT'S THE LEAST / A'GRATEFUL CITIZEN REX MORGAN IF I COULD GET MYSELF ANOTHER JOB, :l'D QUIT THIS RIOHT MOW/ TREATING A BUNCH OF NUTi. IS MY IDEA OF MOTHII46.' JMS& <y WELL, IT'S NO SKIN >/ OFF MY. BACK/IF YOU -3. DON'T WANT TO EAT YOU •^ v CAN LEAVE IT/ EAT YOUR FOOft DO YOU HEAR ME? WEDONT \ LIKE NOBODY TO STARVE / . TO DEATH HERE/ "Baby sitting is O.K., but it doesn't include old age pensions or sick leave or travel time ..." GRIN AND BEAR IT \. ,,. Is inevitable, comrade capitalist!... Some day ourPsxc Corps will bury your Peace Corps/" COIN OPERATED LAUNDRIES 'The Wash House' 923 N. 3rd St. 210 W. Main The Laundromat 24th & Market St. Delphi, Indiana THE DELPHI LAUNDROMAT CAMDEN LAUNDROMAT CAMDEN, IND. WASH 20c OPEN 24 HRS. A DAY RAIN SOFT WATER DRY lOc WE NEVER CLOSE , Facilities For Starching EXTRA SERVICES Dry Cleaning — Shirts Finished Drop Off Laundry Service Counter Service 7:30 to 5;30 Monday thru Sat. Plenty of Free Off Street Parking THE FLINTSTONES MARY WORTH SHE SIGNED toJEMARV WAK.FOR / A DETER.&ENT COMMER£IAL"-ONIY/ A YEAR AFTER R05IE DID THE < SELL FOR. A RIVAL SUDS-MAKER! ) IF YOU ASK ME, MM MEBUW H «2i wL <uin HA5 HER MIND SO MUCH ON ONE > YOU ' »EA."SHALL OF THE. HIRED HELP-"A GUY YOUN6 ENOUGH TO BE HER THERE SHOULD BE IB MONTHS WAIT 6E.TWEEN PITCHE* ON A SIMILAR. PRODUCT! ,-p LI'LABNER HOW ARE VOL) GOING TO DO THE JOB, BIG STAM BLOUSE? A BOMB? T5Kr-TSK. r - LADIES!! THAT'S ALL EARLV EDWARD G. ROBINSON TUFF'' TODAV, WE USES THE MOST DEADLIEST WEAPON — PSYCHOLOGY'.' SHE GOT A KID, . AIKTT A SUBMACHINE GUN? SO, DON'T WORRV NANCY GOOD OLD FRED IS ' MOVING- WHATCHA COT THERE? WHE'RE AREi\ you MOVING I TO, FRED ? / 7 FROM THE F/RST "D THE THIRD FLOOR STRICTLY BUSINESS 'Those who weren't at the office picnic will learn who " won the Miss Acme contest in the company STRICTLY RICHTER © KirR Features Synrticut!>, Inc.. K'(12. World "Why be upset, darling? The tine to worry is when you're kicked downstairs." CUTIES 6-26 "Great day for golf I We've got the links to , . , ourselves]" . : . OOTTYDRIPPLE IT'S A SET OP SCALES BOUSI-VT— TO MY WIPE, MER BUC5GET IS BA,I_A,NCEP WWEN THE UMFWP BIL.US THE SAsME AS TWE RWP BILLS/ BUZ SAWYER FORTBEJWIPLFV JME'SAtJNITEDNATIONSINtERPRETER, CHARMIMS, C*PABI.e,AliP HAS SPENT SEVENTEEN YEARS IK THE U.S.S.R. FOREIGN SERVICE WITH OUT EVER Kim "CAU3HT." SUSPECT TIWTTHI5 IS ONE WEMISMT AL50,THAT PROPOSEP "CAMPINaTRIP" V WITH-HIS SISTER AND HERTEH-YEAJ?-OLt> BUT . PAUfiHTER APPEARS JUST A BIT TOO COMf, INNOCENT.. .* THEV' S°° N

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