Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 19, 1957 · Page 17
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 17

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 19, 1957
Page 17
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Wednesday Evening, June 19, 1957. RIP KIRBY IT'S AMAZIN&, MS. NASH.' LOOK AT THE PIAL ON THIS GHS6K COUNTER.' WELU, SHOOT MH I THERE MUST BE FORA COYOTE IP /AN EXTREMELY THE NEEPLE /VALUABLE URANIUM AIN'T'WAY rvSgjvPEPOSIT HERE... OVER... (5OOPNE5S SAKES, I YOU WON'T BELIEVE IT, BELLE. WHAT'S ALL THE / BUT MR. DESMOND'S EXCITEMENT?. /V TOUNP URANIUM.' MICKEY FINN •I SORE WISH \WELL,I CERTAINLY you COULP STAY (APPRECIATE YOUR DOWN HERE, PHILyASKIH'ME.MOOMEV -ANPBEW /-BUT I SIMPLY HAVE REST MAN! J TO FLY HOME TONIGHT! ANPTHATBKIN&SME TO w«y i CAME OVER! you MEAN \ YEAH! WE KEEP THAT HORSE I HIM OUT IN yOU HAVE A ^\PALLyPALE IN-HEAPACHE"?/THOUGHT WMJ W6HT LIKE TO DRIVE ME. OUT THERE! WELL.I COULDN'T TODAY, PHIL! I'M EXPECTING j SOME FRIENPS OVER FROM T«E SURF CLUB -FORBRIPGEiBUIAGNeW WILL PRIVE you OUT THERE! MERE HE COMES NOW! VEAHlIMBREAKINS HIM IN FOR MYJOB! Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SevanUao KERRY DRAKE THE SAVINGS OFil "HENRY SAID I WOULDN'T NEED THE DEGREE, „ 13 YEARS, AT >. AFTER OUR:. OUR MARRIAGE,SGT.DRAKE.. AND YOU SAID HENRYOMEtA $12 A MONTH.'.. 1 ) TALKED ME INTO LETTING HIM.TAKE THE MOUEY TOOK * 2020 FROAWU,) WAS HOPING TO < ..>TO INVEST'/... / NEVER SAW HIM AGAIN...'" MISS RANSOM? r _-- / STUDY SOME DAV \ . FOR MY MASTER'S j \ DEGREE .' •* CAN YOU DESCRIBE HIM FOR HE..HE WAS VERY HANDSOME../ HE REALLY WAS.' REX MORGAN. M. D. GOOD NIGHT, JUNE ! „,. I'LL SEE YOU /*T THE 922 » OFFICE IN THE MORNIN6.' EMMY LOU 'It's our answer from Guy Madison, sort of— it's returned for insufficient postage!" GRIN AND BEAR IT -"You'll find the best of everything at this ranch, folks/ in addition to having the lowest radiation count in the entire golden west!. ..*' U. S. Supreme Court Sets Aside Firing Of John S. Service WASHINGTON ttJP) — The Supreme Court Monday sel aside the 1951 loyalty firing of John Stewart Service, vetoran career diplomat who has been fighting to clear his name and get his job back. Justice John M. Harlan spoke for the court in an 8-0 decision. Freshens Your Taste Helps keep your mouth , and throat cool, pnoist, comfortable. Justice Tom C. Clank did not participate. Service was cleared several times by the State Department's own loyalty security board. Bu later the Olvil Service Commis sion's loyally review board, now defunct, found reasonable doubt as to his loyalty. The court did not rule on the loyalty question, but based its decision on what it called pro cedural flaws by then Secretary i State Dean Acheson in firing Service. It was not immediately clear whether the present Stale Depart ment regime would take any other action to try to make the firing slick, or whether Service woulc try'In get Ills old job back with back pay. Gomiillui Visits East Berlin BERLIN (UP) — A Polish delegation hraded by Communist Parly loader Wlndyslaw Gomulka came here today to make peace with the East German Communist "Stalin ists." BUZ SAWYER YOU HAVE YOUR TALENTS, YOUR LITTLE SCHEME FACB5 20KKA VIITH BANKRUPTCY AGAIN mo WAY SOFTEN HIM UP FOR POINS OUR; BIDPING WITHOUT ASKING TOO MANY QUESTIONS. OH, \\0i 20RKA DROPS 4 750,000 FOR WORTHLESS OIL RIGHTS. AND IS NOW INCAPACITATE 17 FROM REACHING PARIS TO STOP PAYMENT ON HIS CHECK. After plimge or shower nothing feels so 1 uxurious as Bailey's soft TERRY ROBES. MARY WORTH NEYER"MiNa&EAR! I *EEM TO HAVE BEEN Lime GIRL,CAN YOU TELL ME WHERE THIS HOWE T LITTLE ABNER WHAT WON ACCOUNT ARE YOU V IT HAIN'T NO • WAITING /EMERGENCY, TMASS ,\WHUT RDR HEAVENS SAKE, USE. THAT SECRET WEAPON. 1 :'' NANCY STRICTLY BUSINESS "I've Heard you say it's impossible for YOU to save money —so how do you expect little inexperienced me to do it?" STRICTLY RICHTER ) 15J7, Kinj; lTJtur(7S)-i»di«lr. li*., Vt'orid lijjhti i«trvcJ. "Dad, may I have the plane tonight?" CUTIES * —And no matter what my family says about your wishing to marry me — the answer is YES!" DOTTY DRIPPLE THE MEAT WILL I ) I THOUGHT VOU. BE READY IN v^S WERE HAVING CUTS/ GRANDMA AH,THERE : GOES GRANDMA •T'TH 1 MARKET/ I'LL S'PRISE HER ON TH' WAY BACK../' THOUGHT YOU KIDS SAID I GRANDMA DIDM'T MINDr^ HAVIN' JOKES PLAYED/' ON HER //

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