Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 1, 1957 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, July 1, 1957
Page 21
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Monday Evening, July 1, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune) Twenty-t KERRY DRAKE RIP KIRBY OKAY.' SO THE MAN X O3MANCIN& A LIBRARIAN ANP" BOHiroWINO' HER LIFE'S SAVINGS, OWlN.' THE HASHES KSLAX EHKOUTE TO BIG-TIME GAMBLINGMSCCAS WITH DESMOND'S SAVINGS. HERE'S THE QUICK REPORT YOU WANTED ON THOSE IT'S YOUR IMP, PESMONP. X ITJUSTAMS YOU'RE ENTITLED TO LOOK I TO BE GOOD AT iT FIRST,,. A NEWS... YOU WANT HAS A SCAR ON HIS THUMB, jSER CCANT.'i. A SQUARE WHEN I COULD GET A (SAL I START TO TUMHJI DETECTIVE'SERSEANT KCRRT BRAKE ASP HIS ROOKIE PARTNER, . FRANK MALOKE, LISTEN mTIENTLY AS A SUS PRO- TESTS HIS INNOCENCE.. ON OUR WAY TO EASY STREET, I 6UE5S YOU WON'T QUESTION MY JUDSMCNT NO' MORE; EVERY WORP STICKS IN MY THROAT, BUT I'LL MICKEY FINN REX MORGAN, M D '•LEST YOU FORGET— THIS IS THE SECONP PATE FOR YOU TO REMEMBER.' ' I'M SORRX } WUVE CAU50D NONE^ FOR THE 21 f°R ME — BUT IT TROUBLE UNLOCKS LIKE IOU'VE BKOU&HT A HEAP OF fT OW VCUKSELFi BUT NOW—HOW ABOUT 60ME BREAKFAST? AS JUNE ENTERS THE OFFICE. ITS CERUINLV TvKX) SAID IT! KIT, GOIN'TOBEA yOFCOWSE, THE PLEASURE <NG THINS IS THAT -HATCWN 1 \ ITU BID HIS POFFV PIH HIS) BRAGOIN'-K* EARS BACK! £i EVERMORE! THEN YOU DON'T WANT . ANY SUPPER, ^NO! AND PLEASE ItWWERIFPMIL HASHEARPHOW HE PROBABLY HAS BY THIS TIME-BUT IT WON'T MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE! HE rVOUlDN'TMHE TKV TO BACK OUT OF IT NOW! WE HAVE A TEL.E6RAM FOR PR. KEITH CAVELL.' K HE THERE? , ... . NO, BUT HL.TAKE IT FOR. HIM.' I'M PERFECTLY ALL KISHT NOW/ JUNE .'LET ME SO TO THE OFFICE WITH CANCELLED THE APPOINTMENTS, KEITH,' PHIL HAS .4GBHEP TO (HE MATCH \ JATURMY-AT WITH wiFpyJJ OOH CLUB! ICAN ,— . . -J UAOmVUfAITI I'VE OUSEP you, MELISSA GAME HAS IMPROVE?? STRICTLY BUSINESS BUZ SAWYER EMMY LOU BUNGLING FEMALE YOU SAID YOU COULD HANDLE HAPPEHED: THERE'S SAWYER; CURSE HIM PROBABLY TO SHORE BV NOW NO ^HiT THEN HE MUST BE BOAT W SWIMMINC ASMOKE.' is W LAUNCH A LIFEBOAT; MISSING, AAFTER HIM, QUICK! iley's ARI10WMESH Shirts and you've put your Summer on ice! MARY WORTH "I've been eating Marilyn Monroe's favorite fruit salad for three days .". . Notice any difference?" "Hard day at the office, dear?" GRIN AND BEAR IT STRICTLY RICHTER LITTLE ABNER - THEMOh ' s ' TEf ''S YVJJHERE V ITSINS1DES IS DEFLATED LIKE A - INSIDE TH'-' RIGHT.?-BY USIN'TH'' MOST INHOOMIN WEAPON KNOWN TO MAN AN EMPTV BALLOON.'.' WHAT DO YOU MEAN, NANCY? MR. JONES — YOU MADE A MISTAKE A FEW MONTHS AGO GARDEN SUPPLIES I ORDERED PETUNIA SEEDS' FOR -MY WlSJDOW BOX l*« our btijy Hoton, doctor! . . . With icJwo) wt fer Hw >mMncr parents suddenly got problem children!.., CO' >5!', Kin; ftiwn Srnjii.lt. Int., W«U ri|k'i impel "Wow, has THIS been a day!" give farmers better predictions am help through information abou critical points such as the lack o moi.sture or possible low temper nture.s which could harm plan growth. A program ol thi-s.lype is alrcatl; underway in the north centra slates and one is being consiclerei for the 'northeastern part of th counter. DOTTY DRIPPLE f HM--HE TAMES HIS SOOP 3 f OLP EA3V TIME—I'LL HM/E TO BE PRASTrC— f HORACE, VOW f PONUT IS PONKEP/ Inilonualun Volcano Erupt* JAKARTA, Indonesia (UP) — Mount Merapi, Indonesia's mos dangerous volcano, spewed ou tons of hot ash and lava this week forcing the evacuation of 4,0,00 vil lagers, reports from central Java said today. The delayed reports said Mera] rained ash on Magclag City, cov erlng trees and buildings with ! ihick coat of black cinders Streams of lava spilled into near by rivers, the reports said. GRANDMA GRANDMA,THIS IS BILLY/ WHAT WAS IT YOU WANTED WELL, GEE WHIZ, BILLY, I WROTE OUT AN'QAVE YOU A BIG.LONG LIST// YEAH, I KNOW, BUT NO ONE HERE AT TH 1 STORE CAN READ A WORD OF IT/ ME T' GET FOR YOU AT r" ?r : —) r TH 1 STORE? "Thii book it entitled, 'How to Concentrate' . . . but •omehow I can't keep my mind on it!" Better Weather Forecast's for Farmers ' MADISON', Wis. — Weathermen •nd agriculturists held a three-day session on agriculture weather problems here and now feel they can do something about the weather — so far as farming is concerned. The meteoroloKi-sLs promised to ^xxw •" Enjoy It After Every Meal Helps keep teeth clean. Freshens mouth. Sweeten* breath.

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