The Herald-News from Passaic, New Jersey on August 6, 1957 · 23
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The Herald-News from Passaic, New Jersey · 23

Passaic, New Jersey
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Tuesday, August 6, 1957
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23 Passalc-CLfton, N. J. THE. HERALD-NEWS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1957 BLONPIE By Clue Young MUCGS and SKEETER By YCplly Bishop f r KNOW SOVE3CCV 1! f A-OLL PAY you 40 sr-jLs' f FC v.CiVjsIS 4 LaN.? y t 1 - r i By Russell Ross I ETTA KETT THE PHANTOM WHOA V.E CAN'T JUST K1Cfy ChAUGE DOV.N INTO THAT i VALLEY! ALMOST fGC By Lee Falk and Wilson SIcCoy ILUAET THIS HANDKERCHIEF FORA MASK PUT ON YOURS YOU FELLOWS STAY UF HERE I CAN'T HAVE YOU FALLING ASLEEP DOWN THERE, TOO IT'S tpAWN? THOSE WARRIORS ! WILL SEE I'M NOT THERE THEYlL ATTACH OUR CAMP WHERE EVERYONE'S" ASLEEP M3 MARY WORHl By Saunders and Ernst DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney - yt-EVEVTy-ONH ""f ,'3-"TtL'v NT'Tvv'0 , r AJ ZlOPtf'T' It u- TIPPIE AND CAP STUBBS By Edwina I DIDN'T SAY ANYTHING T HIM!! 1 'tA4 SAYIN' T NOUR MQTTHCR- g VN ".vLsiC -FOR 6000NESS' SAKE- DO SUE (SO AN BUY ANOTHER. HAT! I STEVE ROPER I AW THAT YOUNS pieces WAS REALLY BATTY ABOUT JAJA, 40 I BROKE OFF WITH HER, STEVE BESIDES, SHE HAD IDEAS ABOUT SETTING MARRIED By Saunders and Woggon Mrum'py Ive sot it I should cut ropers ' SALARY FOR TAKING OFF ON THAT LAST WILD GOOSE CHASE BUTJNSTEAD, I'LL TURN FAYME CYEIUD HIM, . LAREDO CROCKETT SO YOURE Htrn' fsHE'S A Fine' D INNER WITH SALLY) YOUNG GlKL, . ROWEn! YOU SURE J LAREDO! SHE'S WORK FAST WITH GOT ft SENSIBLE HEAD ON THOSE PRETTY SHOULDERS,. By Bob Schoenke SHE'S GO, N'T) A WISE ME WHERE I SHOULD INVEST MV MONEY. SHE KNOWS MORE ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITIES HERE THAN IPO, DT YOU VONT iv THINK SHE'D WANT YOU TO GO INTO THE LADIES 'DRESS BUSINESS! DO TIP?.,, LAPSES' PRESSES fjTHPTS THOUSAND MS? WHY. P PONT) DOLLARS MOULD KNOW ANYTHING MAKE THAT LITTLE ABOUTmOH.yf CRESS SHOP THE r i see. r' biggest in Tprwv. MIGHT ST ft GOOD investment; tp.) 1L ,x rFa sr tweces GOT TO BE MORE CO-OPECATION AMO SENSE OF DUTY- 1 f j -AMO CONTSIDECATION for others im the FAMILY SSQINMIWCJ fsJOVY- UNDERSTAND ? By Paul Robinson BUTT6ES, NOSOOY'S PECFECT-'-MOM AND 1 LOVE YOU JUST way you ) DIXIE DUGAN By McEvoy and Striebel HALF ACRE CASTLE By Morris 3E THESE MOTELS ARE THE NUTS- ALL THE COMFORT5 Of HOME J KF I TV., AlRCONDmONINL) STALL SHOWER, FOAM RUPPEK PILLOW LITTLE NAN HILL OF SNYDER, TEX SAYS AFTER xxj've mot MUO PIE5 Rinse the extra mu? off YOUR HAN05 WITH LEAR VATEf BEFORE washing with soap... rru KEEP YOUR SOAP AND TOWEL CLEAH CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1. Nominal value 4. Coasted 8. E. Indian chick-pea 12. Exist 13. Tapering solid It List 15. Army officers 17. Above 18. Lubricates 19. Geological epoch 21. Pondered intently 23. Sea eagle 24. Norwegian counties 25. Last week day 29. Recline 30. Measures 31. Wrath 32. Sdter 34. Profit 35 Persia 36. Tibetan monks 37. Kind of hound 40. Long stick 41. Sin 42. Worker 46. Darnel 47. Highway 48. Greek E 49. Drinks 50. Oriental weights 51. Propel a boat Solution of Yesterday's Puzzle TIIE GIRLS By Franklin Folger f 3 O o AM DOWN 1. Lumbermans boot 2. Constellation 3. News gatherer 4 Burn with water 5. Girl's name 8. Tavern 7. Renegade 8. Dealer m foodstuffs 9. Wander ' 10. Sun disk 11. Female horse 16. Binds 20. Burden 21. Chums 22. Leave out 23. Devoured 25. Legislators 26. Distance through 27. Operatie melody 28. Jap. coins 30. Mud 33. Passageways 34. Festive 36. Noblemen 37. Beet genus 38. Grand-parental 39. Father 40. Fruit 43. Parson bird 44 Siouan Indian 45. Uncooked A 85 LETS EXPLORE YOUR MIND Would you mind turning around? I forgot to say good-bye to my box elder. JUNIOR EDITORS QUIZ By VIolit loor Hifilai i- UCWTOWRONCD 2. WHO HAS T-S . 67Z0NCE2. CHARACTER? MEND WOVEN L "Two can life a cheaply ae . Right - Wrong Wrong. Economist wish all lover well, but they atiU haven't fgured out a budget where two people can life a a cheaply as one! Let's use I some common aense. People eat as I much sfter marriage as before. And while the rent may not be doubled. I landlords do charge more for two In Ian apartment. Also, one ault of clothes or one pair of shoes Just won't lit both parties! So. there you I a re I All Is not hopeless, however Two people can live together cheaper I than the combined etpetua of living laepsu-atelj. 2. Who has the slrongrr character? Mm 1 omen .Men do But only because they tend to adhere better to their trait of character. Women, being more emotional, aren't a constant as men are As a result, they fluctuate .easily almost to the point of seem-ing weak and frivolous Vet It must be said that, $o start .rh. both men and women aie equally endowed with such traits a honesty, loyalty patience, self-sacrifice etc. But the male will stick to these trait longer than a woman will And because he will, a man will always be coiysLd-lereq the stronger character. QUESTION: Which has more bones in its neck? ANSWER: Tha sparrow. Like most mammals the giraffe, despite its very long neck, has only seven neck-bones, or vertebrae. The sparrow has 14. The giraffe is the tallest of the mammals, growing up to 18 feet in height. It lives only in Africa and, of course, m a lot of zoos, where this handsomely spotted character is a major attraction. A giraffe is very fast and can outrun mot horses. If you can get a good look at his eyes, which is rather difficult, ou will see that (thev are strangely beautiful brown, with long lashes. In the middle ages, the giraffe was known as the cameleopard, because 'people thought he had the characteristics of both, a camel and a leopard. One striking thing about the giraffe is that he's absolutely mute and can't cry out no matter hov much he feels like it. FOR YOU TO DO 'Color this picture, paste it on cardboard, cut it out for jour animal collection. ' i If vou have a good suggestion lor Junior Editori, aend tt to The Ijcrald-New. It may win flO for youi j

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