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The Herald from Jasper, Indiana • 5

Publication:
The Heraldi
Location:
Jasper, Indiana
Issue Date:
Page:
5
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Wednesday, July 9, 1947 The Daily Herald PAGE 5 "Discs' Put Hoosiers In Jail, Insane Asylum THE DUBOIS COUNTY DAILY HERALD (Successor to The- Jasper Herald) Wealthy Indian Huler Reported Improving London, July 9 lNS)Reuters re Published fcvery afternoon except Sunday in Jasper, Indiana siglit for about 10 minutes." AnQther resident, of South Bend, Kenneth G. Merrill, president of the M. B. Skinner Manufacturing Company, offered the following explanation for the aerial stranger; "I think that what appears to be flying discs is the result of radio transmission of enormously potent electrical energy." Mark Purcell, noted -Rush ville weather -seer, said-JiefearecLtnat the "saucers" were related to the atomic bomb and the destruction of Indianapolis, July 8 (INS) The saucers" were in the center of a number of developments in Indiana-today. Joseph J.

Kuritz, of South-Bend, who was arrested for speeding, said the German arsenal at Heligoland, and that they were playing hob with the weather in general. An Indianapolis woman was sent to the mental ward of the city hospital when she was found hacking holes in the sidewalk with a hatchet. She explained that she was trying to xlrive the away. Kenneth Stanford, of Crawfords-ville, declared that he had seen five "discs" moving in northeasterly direction at a high speed Entered as second class matter at PostOffice-at Jasper, Indiana ported- from Lausanne, Switzerland that the- Aga Khan, fabulously jvealthy Indian potentate, now is considered out of danger. Earlier reports said the Indian" multi-millionaire was critically ill and possibly The latest-cuspatch said he now is out of danger.

he was pursuing JASPER jlERALD COMPANY- Publisher -It was a low-flying, fiery, copper- colored disc and was going about 200 miles an hour. 1 had it in (6.00 a year in Dubois and adjoining counties. $7.00 elsewhere 2Jc per week by carrier. WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1947 BLONBIE- THEPE WAS NO Mililll. MM I USED fc TOOTH PASTE SOAP UP THERE- WHAT DID YOU USE TO WASH THEM WALTER Yl IkieknanI inGfJ aw- -k I Sihp I WASHED JLV'I 1 OUT.

SOME OP V. MY SOCKS rS Cfl 1947, Kinf ftttuits iuiur, Im fitMi Kmri mm 1J attributed by hteroethnd News Service It is surprising to find Petrillo still fchaping the musical future of the nation. thought he was re -pea -Hby -the last Congress. SNUFFY-SMHH- little Caesar now is fighting chain broadcasting of He wants to fix it so that Toscanini can visit every local station in a station wagon. 1,..:...

SNIP- SNIP BLESS YORE DURN YORE I'LL TIE VG IN A KNOT IF VG DON'T GET OFFN SNUB-N05ES P0E bones; MA'AM MV PETOONIGS 3 S3E Ill I .1 l-i The present schedule reads: DecemberMusicians stop making records January Musicians top making chain broadcasts February Musici-cians stop making money. Fortunately Jimmy has no control oer soap opera or John would have to have another wife in every broadcast city. Twenty years ago the AFM leadership was fighting talking pictures. demonstrates that he Is the logical sucessor to that brilliant leadership. Somehow he's got the idea that If the Boston symphony could be held to Boston there would te a brighter future ahead in Peoria for Willy Kiddle mid his six Fiddles.

DONALD DUCK- tJ JSX60 jT Ill HOLLYWOOD 5 Cof IW Di fiefcaio" SECRET AGENT-9- 27 Meanwhile, cmaiwaine and lnerups- rt 1M C0UNTIN NOW, D0NT PUT TUE CARTE BEPORE ALL THE OWR-M4 WAIT NO B1N6.DOV0U AlEAKl 1UE HOR 00UVRE I ABOUT UNDAJ iMORE THAN FAIR TO WARM TO TELU Ml "THAT Wu'vE GRAPE-EYES THAT I'M JUST MET THE 6IRLBUT I CUTTING OUT ON -HIS LINDA HOT-CAP mi I'll 1 i By John Todd International News Service Staff Correspondent Hollywood, July INS) Gregory Peck has a unique method of building a bank account for his two sons, Jonathon and Stephen, to use when 'they go to college. Every dajr he works in a picture, Gregory adds a dollar to the fund. By the time he completes his role at 20th Century-Fox in "Gentleman's Agreement," he will have saved approximately $720. Dana Andrews will wear as elegant and expensive an outlay of clothes as any male star this season. Andrews plays a wealthy tycoon in "Daisy Kenyon" and the studio has dressed him to look like a Wall Street broker.

He will sport 27 suits, with hats, shoes, socks and ties to match, He will not appear on the screen twice in the same outfit. I Incidently, Peggy Ann Garner worried today about her role in "Daisy In the movie, she plays Dana's 14-year-old daughter. "What will my boy friend say?" she asked. 'Playing a 14-year-old kid. That's terrible.

I want to play mature, sophisticated girls." Peggy reminded producer- director Otto Preminger, too, that she was now the romantic -type. couldnt help her. he made her older than 14 in the script, moviegoers might wonder-since Andrew couldn't have a daughter older, than that. Jap Control Council Meets For 38 Seconds Tokyo July 9r-(lNS) The thirty-sixth-regular meting of the four-power Allied Control Council for Japan ended today in thirty-eight seconds. The council's previous meeting June 10 lasted ony two minutes.

Reason for the short meetings wa3 that the council had no items on the agenda nor any business to dls-rtiss. Its prime function is to "advise" General Mac Arthur on the ocupation of Japan. Neither Russia's Lt. Gen. Kutma Derevyanko nor Britain's W.

Mac Mahon Ball attended today's meeting. Only the Americn and Chinese council members put in an i-1 BUZ SAWYER- THEN LETS A OH, iT'5 LIKE I WHY, BUZ-SAWYER! 1'AA 5TCP BEATING PLEASE DON'T ASK TOLD MDU ONCE SURPRISED! 'AFTER FIOAT- IN CENTRAL AROUND THE THAT. IT IT BUSH. WILL YOU OUST WOULDN'T ING DOVN A IOVELY CWEI? WITH A LUSCIOUS BLONDE HAVEN'T MARRY ME, A WOKK. VOU'RE THE ONLY irN- VOL) DIDN'T GET A PICTURE CHKI5TY.P GIRL I'VE EVER: LOVED AND I i r-'frT'i) jf NOT EVEN HAVEN'T CHANGER i I' Hi til III Wf i 5 i fLA.

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