Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 5, 1957 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, July 5, 1957
Page 11
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Friday Evening, July 5, 1957: RIP KIRBY I REFUSE TO BE 5WINPt£P -BV PETTV . CROOKS' I PON'T KNOW HOW, BUT I'M- GOING TO SET'THAT I'M WITH you, PESMONP. LET'S SET SOIN<5 THEIR T-RAIL COOLS WELt, THEY DIPN'T TAKE A ) WITH BUS OR TRAIN OUT OF. _/ /MONEY.' OH, TOWN... BUT THEY'RE \THAT .REALLY . MUST HAVE TAKEN. A PLANE. MA CASINO'S. I CAN «ARPLV WAIT TO HIT THE GAMBUN&V TABCES WITH THAT SUCKER'S ROLL/ Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven KERRY DRAKE IH rue. HOME OFMJ?, ANDMR5. FRANK MALONE, TODAY CKWNS LIKE ALL OTHERS HAS OH, SWEETHEART/ WHV lfel>;-- PIP VOU WAKE ME UP?.. •I WAS DREAMING IT WAS VOUR DAY OFF/ PAKLIN LIKE BOUNCING OUT ANP SCRAMBLING IME ESSS T MICKEY FINN REX MORGAN, M. D. V-VEAH TO MIT TMATMANVJ PRACTICE SWINGS PHIL-TOGET XLOOKEPAS STIFF A GOOD ONE!-; AS EVER! waist's JOIN'TO START tlTTIN'AT LAST SO NOW WE'LL SEE! 6-G0006RIEF, MICHAEL T COOLP BE IE BUCKETS! < UNCLE PHIL 1 . P-POWOTHINKHE . ALWAYS HITS THAI MAW? 1 STRONGMAN* KEITH, 1 KNOW THERE'S SOMETHING BOTHERING WU / IS THERE ANYTHING I CAN DO J I THOUGHT I WAS TREATING VOU LIKE AN ADJLT—BI/T I MUST ADMIT VOU'V£ BEEN BEHAVIN6 LIKE A FIVE \YEAR 010! LOOK, KEX-- STOP TKEATIN6 ME LIKE A FIVE YEAR OLP.' TELS6KAM CAME T WHY PONT KM ANP FOR 10U TODAY AMP / THAT PEVOTEp NURSE JUNE TOOK IT OVER THE PHONE ,' OF WES KEEP YOUR NOSES Oyj OF MY PERSONAL AFFAIRS?.' EMMY LOU "Well, my folks approve of Donald . . . Now he has just me to convince!" GRIN AND BEAR IT i asking mo what I do with your money! Do I hear you , caking HM government what they do with your faxes or your union what th«y do with your duds?" Air Force Awards Missile Contract WASHINGTON (UP) Force Tuesday announced its first large production order for inlor- tonUnonlal guiclod missiles. The service saifl it has ordered 7.1 million dollar* worth of Sna-rk jiilotless bombers from Northrop Aircraft IDC,, Hawthorn, Calif. The Smirk i.s a swopf-winx, jet- propelled missile Ihal can fly ahoii' The Air |use miles an hour and travel over I Add to Outdoor Enjoyment 8 You'll get more fun out fi of luramer activities by g chewing cool, delicious S M Wrifley's Spe»rmint Gum. inlorcnnlinenlal disUinccs. It pre sumably can be armed with •hydrogen warhead. The Air Force said Hie missile: will be delivered to "operational units" of the St/ralen'ic -Air Com- mam), Thure was no announcement K to when Uie firat SAC Snark unity will be organized or wJien the first missiles will be delivered. JUST DROPPED IN BRYNSCIBNCYN, Wales (UP)— A Royal Air Force helicopter hovered over town Tuesday and lowered mi airman to the street. He unhitched, walked Into the Mermaid Inn, came out in a few minutes and was' hauled back aloft. The mission: Ordering dinner for an officer's birthday party. BUZ SAWYER Tropical Heat Rave! Free-flowing air sifts thru Bailey's Dacron-Cota Cord Suit. MARY WORTH 1 OID APPRENTICE ONE 5EA10N IN BUT I NEVER HABANYTHIM4 EXCEPT WALK-SM5.', I BLUFFED MV WAY INTO THIS JOB- -AND I'M SCALED GREEN:. .PLEASE HELP ,. ME GET AWAY WITH IT ' LITTLE ABNER \tttAtfff-. VVG EXAMINED THE ) TT^I I.', - LIZARD'S SKIN rr- s ITS A MECHANICAL, COKTRAPriOMff i BEEN SOMETHING ) n'\NlAS-IT SURE ISN'T /•ALIVE IHSIDC.TD _/ ALIVE, NOW A' WUM / , CtPtRATE IT// fZ\. DUMPED IT INTO < V :—//!» THE EAST WVEK!?) NANCY HURRY--- WE'LL BE LATE FOR THE BALL GAME OH, WE HAVE PLENTY OF TIME SEE" ?--THEY'RE JUST NOW PLAYING- THE NATIONAL ANTHEM STRICTLY BUSINESS "How they biting tonight,?" STRICTLY RICHTER -. .. », „«„ ,„„,. "I brought my psychiatrist, dear, to explain why 1 stay out late." CUTIES ft/ "I wish she'd hurry up and 'dive . . . she's been just standing tber« for live minutesl" DOTTY DRIPPLE IT'S MR6, NEWLVWEP FROfA POWN THE •< STREET POTTY-- WANTS\>'ES~SHE CAN TO BORROW A CUP/ HMtCU' FIX A , OF SUGAR OR TrMEAL WITHOUT I SOWVETHIMS/ A BORROWING' GRANDMA I BOUGHT A COAT, COUPLE O' HATS, FOUR DtJESSES AN' TWO PAIR O' SHOIS.' O'COUPSE, THEY'RE A BIT OUT O' STYLE, AN' NONE L ARE TH'RIGHT SIZE, BUT... ...OOLLY, WHAT BARGAINS// ]

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