Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 31, 1957 · Page 13
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 31, 1957
Page 13
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Friday Evening, May 31, 1957. RIP K1RBY SeiSHR COUNTERS.' I SAY, ARMED WITH ONE OF THOSE URANIUAVDETECTINS (3APS6TS, I MISHT MAKE ft\Y FORTUNE WELL, I'VE SOT 7«E TICKETS PRYSULCH. NOW A LITTLE SHOPPING- ANOMR, KIR3Y ANP1 CAN HEAP FOK THE SLAMOROUS WEST... WHAT'S THE MATTER, STOGIE? FIRST YOU SNEER AT THE LANG> I INHERIT, AMP NOW YOU'VE FUPPEP... I'VE SOT AN IPEA, BELLE,' I'VE THOUSktt OF A WAY TO UNLOAP THAT DUMB PRY SULCH REAL ESTATE ON SOME SUCKER.' MICKEY FINN GOOD GRIEF! HE'S GOING TVEAH! BUT n's CERTAINLY . OVER AGAIN! HOW MANY < VERY COMFORTING —TO SEE HAS HE HAD NOW-SIX? | THAT A GOOD PLAYER CAN DO IT, TOO? CAN you IMAGINE! A NINE OH A PAR THREE HOLE! MINTMORE ONLY TOOK EIGHT! 1VELL, If JUST SHOWS THAT IT HAPPENS OCCASIONALLY TO THE BEST OF YEAH! AND THE EIGHTH HOLEISAVERYEASy PAR FIVE! HE OUGHT TO GET AN. EAGLE THERE! OH,HE'LL STILL HAVE A GOOD SCORE! HEU . PROBABLY BIRDIE THE NEXT ONE! Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thirteen KERRY DRAKE I'VE SOT TO SET OUT OF THIS TOMB ..BeFO I BLOW MY STACK.' POPE IS ON AM OUT-OF-TOWN ASSIGNMENT, KERRY.' ENJOY YOUR VACATION, JUST THOUSHT I'D CHIN A WHILE WITH DUDE,CHIEF.' ) TILL CHECK-IN TIME TOMORROW.' REX MORGAN, M. D. 'SET ANOTHER POC7OR) TO SEE THE CMILP.' I--I PONT LIKE TAKING CAKE OF CHILDREN / THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE IS HIS WHOLE LIFE.' HE HAS NO OTHER INTERESTS' KEX HAS ALWAYS BEEN THAT WAY.' EVERYTHING HE DOES HE POES WITH AM INTENSITY THAT TIRES ME OUT JUST WATCHING HIM .' OKAY, SLAVE PKIVER--TELL MB ABOUT THE HOUSE CALLS.' NEITHER OF THESE PATIENTS HAS BEEN SEEN BY KEX BEFORE/ ONE IS A MAN ABOUT 5IXTY-- ANP THE OTHER A FOUR YEAR OLD CHILP' WELL, VOtl'RE THROUGH fOU THE BW-- EXC FOR A COUPLE OF HOUSE_CALLS / . / I'M BUSHEP! HOW POES REX TAKE THIS PAY EMMY LOU BUZ SAWYER "But, Taffy, you ARE making progress—at least you can see he goes lor blondes!" GRIN AND BEAR IT * "It's so okMoshioncd it's positively ridiculous?•... Imagine anyone in tliii ago wanting to 'pay now and vacation latnr 1..." Monkeys Fly High In Cosmic Ray Test MADISON. Wis.— Two irumkoy.H rcucliod an nltitiiclc nf 90,000 loot recently in a G2-hour bullonn rule as poi'i of an experimc'iit lo lutirn •liout tho effect!: of co.Hinlc ruy.i. Univornlty of Wisconsin scion- Satisfies Between Meals Yet never rich or filling Enjoy Daily . . . Million* Do lists wild tho ride left no visible effects 011 the uniimils. In fuel,' tests sluiwed thill thulr behavior am' lournlnK abilities were us good, li not bolter, thnn those of two monkeys Ihul. slnyotl behind The scientists! lire now sltidylnj, the effects of brain injuries by 1m- pluntlnji rudiouclivc cohnll seeds In the monkeys. The «ecds seem l< ciuiHO a total loss of memory, np- puronlly bucnii.se they send ofl meaningless liraln waves tluil. disturb Ihu rest of the bruin tissue, Ihu selenllsts reported. Ho.'ildos rnonkuys, the resetirehers are usinc mice und Liny frull flies to slucly tho effects of radiation. VLV IN JAI'AN TOKYO 1—Asia's Influenza op. identic Jins stricken from 110,000 to 100,000 In Hie Tokyo and Kyolo areas, forcing !.Ki schools to closo. No dcalhs hnvu been roporled and cuses were reported mild, lasting only three or four days. / THE GREAT ALEX, 1 6EE, ( IS TOO SHREWD FOR ME. BUT SURELY YOU WON'T i \BUMEMEFORTRYINa! DOLT? IMBECILE! TRYING TO SELL ME YOUR WORTHLESS OIL CONCESSIONS! GET OUT; WftIT! I ADMIRE THE SEMTUEKIAN'S HSRVE, ALEX. HIS DAR1NS SHOULD BE REWARDED. PERHAPS WE COULD HELP HIM SELL HIS OIL COHCESSIOMSTO FRIEND'... SOMEONE" WE'D LIKE TO 'HELP". BEFORE I HAVE" YOU WH1PPEP OUT. Bailey's featherweight fine cotton ARROW Summer Shirts are sheer delight. $4 MARY WORTH WHEN THE CAR.SPUN, IT THREW ME OUT--JUST BEFORE IT WENT OVER! TYPICAL OF MV WHOLE , BUNGLINC LIPEI---I EVEN "I I BLEW THE SUICIDE BIT! LITTLE ABNER NANCY WHY NOT BE FRIENDS WITH SPIKE ?--• OFFE'R TO SHAKE HANDS I'M AFRAID TO GET THAT CLOSE TO HIM STRICTLY BUSINESS "That's not the total I g(.«t!" STRICTLY RICHTER "Elaborate signals, aren't they?'! CUTIES ICATK. l«, wnNLD RltitlTI m«VMA, "Now, when we pet married, darling — let's get ONE thing settled about these relatives of yours ..." DOTTY DRIPPLE AMP HfeRE'S A PRESEMT FOR YOU, TOO, HORACE.' GOOD/ I'LL HIPE IT UNTIL HIS PARTY NEXT WEEK- HE'S INVITEP AT LEAST A DOZEN CHIUPRGM, VOU KNOW-- ( VES — /* EAR (PLUGS/ LOOK, POTTV-- BUDDV'S BtRTHPAV C5IFT/ GRANDMA LETTS HOP OVER) TH' FENCE AN'J FILL UP ON C GRANDMA'S ' , STRAWBERRIES/ HECK, LET'S FILL/1 UP, BUT LET'S _J I GET PAID FOR ' ' DOIN' IT/' SURE, BOVS, I'LL BE OLADl TO PAY YOU FOR PICKIN' STRAWBERRIES// WAIT , TILL I GET YOUR EQUIPMENT..// GOSH , GRANDMA IS JUSTGETTIIM' TOO, BLOOMIN' SMART/

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