Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 6, 1976 · Page 181
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June 6, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 181

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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 6, 1976
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HEY DUKE...HEY ROSCOE...ARE YOU WAITING FOR THE MAILMAN ? THAT'S RIGHT, KELLY PADDY ARE YOU EXPECTING A LETTER? V NOPE THROUGH THE AND RAIN AND DARK AND NIGHT AND CORK AND BUN1OM . WHY? BECAUSE THE POST OFFICE USES, FOUR IVNUUON DOLLARS A by JACK MOORE WE'RE WAITIN' FOR TH' MAILMAN 'CAUSE WE'RE GONNA FOLLOW HIM -ON HIS APPOINTED ROUNDS SO IF WE FOLLOW TH' IWMUNW^... \ WE'LL BE TRERE WHEN HE LOSES SHARE f DICK TRACY by Chester Gould -SO I ORDERED HIM TO SPIT OUT HIS DENTURE GUN. HE NUDGED THAT GLASS ASHTRAY TO THE FLOOR AND FOQLEP ME. .-_ HEN THE LIEUTENANT STARTED TO SEARCH PUCKER PUSS, THE CRIMINAL GRABBED-te. LIEUTENANTS .38 WHILE STILL RETAINING HIS MOUTH WEAPON- AND HOLDING LIZZ HOSTAGE. FORCED TO THE FLOOR OF THE REAR SEAT, LIZZ ri BIDES HER TIME. N DESPERATION, AN I PEA IS BORN., AS SHE DEPRESSES THE CIGARETTE LIGHTER. HOLDING IT TO PREVENT A NOISY SNAP- SHE LETS THE COIL. GET RED HOT? __ PUCKER PUSS DIRECTS THE CABBIE, LIZZ BENDS A LITTLE CLOSER TO HIS GUN HAND- YOU HEARP WHAT SHE SAID NOW, TAKE OFF! DO AS HE SAy5,CABBI HE'S AN ARMED c? «eifc 1 fe? toa. by mort walker

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