Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 14, 1957 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

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Tuesday Evening, May 14, 1957. RIP KIRBY •AVE SWEEPS ACROSS THE CIK£, CARRflNG TO TH&R. DEATHS ANO SMASHING THE WHSELHOUSE. STORM'S MAPE IT SO \ ALL RISHT, PILOT. PARK WE COULDN'T SEE ISUESS THERE'S A THINS, ANYWAY, MR- / NOTHING- ELSE Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thirteen KERRY DRAKE BUNNY/ NO.' KEEP HIM COVE REP/ WE'RE STILL GOING TO SET THAT POUSHj' ANt>, WHEN I PRODUCE PHOTOSTATIC COPIES OF YOUR CRIMINAL RECORP, THEY'LL LAUGH YOUR " HEART- BALM" SUIT OUT OF COURT/ YOU AND YOUR PRECIOUS BROTHER WOULD DRAW ABOUT FIVE YEARS APIECE FOR ATTEMPTED EXTORTION / NOW, UN BIND MY WRISTS AND LET ME OUT OF HEI5E.' I THINK HE'S scn- us- EVERY PERSON ON THE JURY WOULD KNOW THAT WIRE RECORDINGS CAN BE" DOCTOREPJ CHARM / MICKEY FINN REX MORGAN, M, D. SEE? HE POESN'T EVEN WANT TO PUT. IT ON THE GROUND! THE SAME OLD THING —HIS LEG! ONLY THIS TROUBLE?; TIME IT HASN'T BEEN RESPONDING TO MV r- TREATMENTS! r THERE'S NOTHIN' THE MATTER WITH HIS HEAD! . LOOK, %> REMEMBERS ME! SSSis COME ON, ADMIT IT.' YOU'VE WORKED UP THAT CASE AND YOU DON'T NEED MY MEDICAL OPINION, PO YOU ? •re %, I'VE COM E TO AN OPINION, KEITH/ HOWEVER,! WOULD LIKE YOURS ! I COULD SB WRON&.' THAT MAY BE TRUE--BUT WU'VE MADE THE DIAGNOSIS HAVEN'T YOU ' WELL, IT PRESENTS AN INTERESTING DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS—- REX, I APPRECIATE WHAT YOU'KE TRYING TO DO BUT DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME ON ME .' I'VE MADE UP MY MIND.' I'M GETTING OUT OF MEDICINE / EMMY LOU "Adele's diary and mine have the same cast and plot, only hers has a different ending!" GRIN AND BEAR IT ' "There's no excuse for such o mistake, Mr. Truffle!... When you had no trouble paying your tax you should have immediately suspected GO error in your tax'figures!..." MR. BREGER "I passed my driver's test!" BUZ SAWYER /THEN HOUR \ / NO, I'M SAWVER, IKE NAME MUST I/OTHER INTELLIGENCE Mfl BE FOX. J\ FOX COULDN'T SLIP AWW I FROM 70RKA WITHOUT \WOU5INe SUSPICION. WHY HASK'T VLOOK, ZORKA THE NAVY | RUNS THI5 INTELLIGENCE ISLAND.,. RECEIVED A INCLUDING REPORT FROM THE POSTAL HOI FELLOWS / SERVICE, IT'S LATELY? J TOO RISKY TO-SEND ANYTHING COT... EVEN IK COPE. The Long and the Short of it, Bailey's SUMMER PJ'S, Short or Long Sleeve. STRICTLY BUSINESS MARY WORTH YOUR MONEY AND NAME DON'T MEAN THAT TO ME! SOME DAY MINE WILL BOTH BE JUST AS IMPR.E55IVE1IF YOU BELIEVE. THAT,WEO\N GOON---BUT IF YOU JUST WANT TO SHOCK YOUR JUNIOR LEAGUE FRIENDS.DEALMEOUT RIGHT Mr-IUf f YOU SAY YOU TALK STRAIGHT, U GODDE55! WELL, SO DO I! I LKE YOU!--OH,SURE! I FEEL I'D RATHER KICK.THAN KISS YOU ATTIME5I---BUT X LIKE. YOU! FAVORS GRUDGINGLY GRANTED, STAN! LITTLE ABNER AT LAST WE CAN FIND OUT THE TRUTH ABOUT THIS INCREDIEN-E LI^ZARD OF OOZE.'.' INTERVIEW THIS GIRL!?' GET IT, CHIEF.T- IF SHE'S A PF«DFELSSIOMAL MODEL, THAT'LL. IT'S — THE GIRL is POUMD —- SHE'S THE POLICE CHIEF'S DAUGHTER-AMD SHE TEACHES SUM DAS SCHOOLW ALL R-RIGHT.':''—IT WAS REAL— T-TERRIBLV REAL. 1 ?" NANCY 80 "I find it gets better-results!" STRICTLY RICHTER "On second thought I think I'll get her something else mstead of a hat for her birthday." tf CUTIES "Then one day my husband just left, and his last words to me were, 'Cats—cats—cats—'" DOTTY DRIPPLE HI, PRIPPLE/ REMEMBER ME ? Q'WAM— PON'T EITHER.' WHO AM I SURE T DO — ANP I ALSO REMEMBER X3U OWE S-M- f MM—HE DOESN'T ' RECO6NIZE ME— f. I POW'T OWE HIM ANVTHIN6.' THAT STOPPEP HIM WHOEVER GRANDMA T LOOKED LIKE ONE O' GRANDMA'S PIES// BOY, HE WAS EATIN' FRESH RHUBARB PIE// Sx-WsT OEE.THANKS, -3S&" GRANDMA/

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