Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 3, 1957 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 3, 1957
Page 12
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Wednesday Evening, July 3, 1957. RIP KIRBY A1Y FINE PREA/HS ARE IN THE PUST. THAT'S WHAT I SET FOR THINKIN& OP MYSEL AS A URANIUM TYCOON.' HAVE NOT DCSERTED HIM. I'M SORRY ABOUT DESMONP'S UNFORTUNATE PURCHASE, RIP. CAN ANYTHING BE DONE? I'M MAKING A COUPtE Of CALLS TO POLICF OFFICIALS IN WASHINGTON AMP OTHER CITIES. JACK. I'M SUSPICIOUS OF THIS NA9H COUPLE WHO SOUP Hlfi\ THE LAND... SURE, WE HAVE A F.LE ON 'EM, RIP. LON6 RECORD Of PETTY VIOLATIONS. A URANIUM .f 5WIN9LE WOULD BE KI6M UP THE!!? ALLEY... MICKEY FINN J GEE,MIC«y . -HE'S WORSE \ HOPE IT'S THE NEW THAN EVER.' ) CLUBS-IHATHE'S NOTOSEPTO'EM YEr! AREN'T WE T LOUIE SOLP THAT RANGE COIN'TO THIS SPRING, UNCLE PHIL LOUIE'S I -IT'S A BUILP/NG RANGE ? / DEVELOPMENT NOW! WE'LL GOTO NICK DEMAWE's! M GUESS I SHOULD AT TMAT,/MICHAEL! LOOK.ONCLE PUU.-YOUVE GOT JT 1-1'VE NEVER EVEN TOCO THROUGH WITH IT,SO \SWONGTHOSENEVV INSTEAD OF LYIN' THERE WORRYIN,' I CLUBS THAT MINTy »U SHOULP 8E OUT HITTIN' _^< GAVE ME ! T-TOEY PRACTICE SHOTS! >£M/MIGHTMAKE AUTHE DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD! Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Elevel KERRY DRAKE OKAY, OWIN- OR WHATEVER HJ'RE CALLING YOURSELF TO I THINK THIS WRAPS IT UP.' I FOUND THIS IN YOUR 7RESSER DRAWER, HARRY/ . ONE DAY WHgN I WAS . SORTA LOOKIM6 AROUNR. REX MORGAN, M. D. NOT ESPECIALLY-' BUT rM MAKIN& i FIRED, APOLO&IE5 TO NO ONE ' WHY PONf WU TELL REX THE TRUTH, JUNE WHAT SHE MEANT TO TELL YOU IS THAT I SOT A SIT INEBRIATED LAST NISHT-- AND HAD A HANGOVER THIS /HORNING J ESSS? I'M 50KKY TO ^3 I'M SURE HEAR THAT KEITH X ITS NOT/HE'LL ISN'T FEELIN& I BE BACK AT WELL, JUNE J I HOPE IT'S NOTHING SERIOUS,' YOU SOUND OUITE PROUD n lliwi V OF IT, KEITH.' THE OFFICE TOMORROW' EMMY LOU "I made a new siyn i'or your room, dear! GRIN AND BEAR IT "Wtiy can't you simply occept lh« rol« of 'fallier', Ambros«?.., Why mutt yo4i try to bt a 'Mmebody' around here? . Gasoline Sration Bandit Gets $100 MA'KTINSVII/liK (Ul 1 ) — Two gunnibii licld up a service 1 .station attendant Monday night and CH-| capcd In a shiny car with about j The attendant, Dalla Murliiwvlllo, .said Play Safe While You Drive! drovn in and told him to fill Uiclr HUM tank. Ho suid unit man wcni to a rest rouin mid came out with a pislol. Tlicn the two mnn forcud Umo lo open Ihi! cash rcgistur. "IINI,OADEI>" GUN' VKJTIM MUNI!IK (UP)—VlfKil Hay H<:i Mas I ano of' 1 """' z!) ' M "" c '°i vv '" s WilU[i da<l the iunmenif" 1 " 1 '!' Salurduy nlgJH while piny- IniK Ilusainn roiilotLc witli an nn- | loaded" pi.stol. lleilman vum plny- iiiK with what he thought, wa.i an unloaded Kim at the homo of his brother when it went off. He died in Hall. Memorial l^o.sjiiUiL a sinni time lulor. Keep alert-chew gum Avoid traffic jitter* and driving drow»in««*. Chcwgumwhileyou'r* behind th« wheel. Ch«wing help* relieve (train and tension — helps keep you feeling fresh and alert for safer driving, Chew any brand of Hllll l''ull of KlKht NKW YOilK (UP) - Mart'nret Fl.fliur and littr older, sister, Ann, put up a linttld Sunday when two ix>l)l>ers' invaded Uielr home. The robbers were able lo subdue Ihn sisters and fled with $1(00 In cash mid jewelry. Mai'Karcl Is 02, and her niftier !C2. gum you like but chew while you 'drive. Naturally, w* r*comm«nd refreshing, delicious Wrigley's Spearmint Gum—for lively, satisfying flavor and real chewing enjoyment. BUZ SAWYER I i.SEE HIM! STRAIGHT AHE^D.' HAVE YOUR OAR READY.' Summer's a breeze for feet that walk in Bailey's 'open-window' CROSBY Shoes. MARY WORTH I IWAiAT ROCKPOR.T) WE CL05EO IN FOUR j B;6 THEATER ON THE WEEK'S! NAD A ^ LAKE - TIII5 YOUR FIR^T YCAK IN SUMMER l"-tMEANT."UH'.. THE OTA&a MAMAGCR HA' CALLED AM UNDERSTUDY CiLADTO. t'MCOVCP.IN6 IHC JUVCMLE LEAD! •IOPE HE BREAKS LITTLE ABNER LOOK/y-THH INSlDESOFTIIE SO.VrTHE WEAPON ISA J. JIM-UAML>/ VACUUM CLEANER.'.' I'LL STAMP IT TOP SECRET.'.'- LIZARD ARt. STILL. OF NATURAL HISTORY. AMD TEI.LTWEM TO STUPF IT.'/— NANCY AND NOW FOR THE $£,OOO QUESTION---'WHO CROSSED THE ALPS ON AN ELEPHANT ? NANCY--- HOW DID YOU KNOvV THAT ANSWER STRICTLY BUSINESS "The buss IB ]<iyin«-w, wnitinf,' .for you, Mervin! STRICTLY RICHTER "I don't know when I'm licked—Am I?" CUTIES ALIMONY JAIL "As long as you like it so much hqrc, I'm going to ask the judge to change your sentence to six months AT HOME!" DOTTY DRIPPLE PO VOU FELLOWS HAVE TO RUN THROUGH THE HOUSE?/ GRANDMA OEE.DOM'T SOME O'THOSE YOUNG KIDS SCREECH AN SQUEAL... ...WHEN THEY GUT THEIR HEALTH SHOTS.THOUOH..?

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