Friday Evening, May 17, 1957. RIP KIRBY ITS BURNING:.. THE FLARE'S BURNING.' OH, REASE LET IT BKIN& HELP... THAT'S NOT FIREWORKS, ROCKY... IT'S A PISTRESS SIGNAL.' HOW ABOUT A aOSER LOOK, PILOT? MICKEY FINN J IT'S A LITTLE Y YOU DON'T HAVE ROUGH TODAy,SIR ! ) TO WORRY PON'T CO OUT -S ABOUT ME, SON! TOO FAR! TV. I USED TO BE • ALIFEGUASP WSELF! HE'LL BE ^.i SURE.' HE JUST ALL RIGHT A SWALLOWEPA IN A MINUTE! ) LITTLE WATER! LET'S BRING HIM IN! IMIGHTASWEU.GOIN! MAYBE I CAN WASH *v BAD LUCK AWAY! Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune TtLrteas KERRY DRAKE WE'D MERELY HELP )\ AN ACCIDENT TO "H, HAPPEN, CALE, DEAR .' ..UNLESS YOU SISN THIS/ LISTEN, CHARM, THE CHECK WOULD NEVER. CLEA*.' YOU DON'T DARE HARM WE... REX MORGAN, M. D. HOW ABOUT GOW6 OUT ID DINNER, JUNE 7 J PON'T KNOW, REX—-I DO HAVE SOA\S THIN&S TO DO AT HOME TONI&HT / WELL, IN THAT CASE, KEITH ANP I WILL HAVE DINNER ALONE ' U FINE EMMY LOU "Now that Alvin's got the paper route on this block, you'l be getting it right on time every evening!" GRIN AND BEAR IT "... And while my foreign policy may sound scnsolcs!, gentlemen, so ore the world problems It is designed to cope with!..." Say Detergents Cause Stream Pollution, Sewage Plant Trouble LAFAYKTTO (UP) - Synthetic dulcrKcnt.s most housewives use for dishes and laundry arc causing trouble in sewage Lrentrnent plants and arc polluting streams, an ex- Satisfies Between Meals Yet never rich or filling Daily... Millioni Do pert said today. Prof. D.W. Kyckman of Wa.sh- ington Unwcrslly in St. Louis, told the 12th arinuai industrial waste conference aL Purdue University tliul detcryenta may cause serioLis foaming at treatment plants. Hyckmnn said if tlie detergents pass uiirough the Ircalmenl proc e.ss without being removed they may cause foaming in streams and undesirable conditions in downstream water supplies. Jtyckman said synthetic detergents make up about (15 per cent of the cleaning compounds used in this country. He said experi- rt.ents at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found that some detergents puss through the sewage treatment process without being removed 75 to 90 per cent cf the time. He said the problem gets worse because use of the detergents ir.creases. BUZ SAWYER rouz FLIES HIS li> BEARDED BOSS TO THE ISLAMD OF MAJORCA. 1FHEV ENGAGE ROOMS IN ft HOTEL. '•I'M LETTIN3VOU SERVE AS (W BOW- 6LWRDONTHISTRIE SAWYER. VOU'LL OCCUPY THE SUITE WITH ME. A MAN IN MY POSITION Hftlfl MANY SNEMIES, SO KEEP YOUR. EYES OPEN. (3XACTLV WHAT BUZ, WORKING FOR NIWY INTELLIGENCE, PLANS TO DO...KEEPHI5 EYES OPEN. So light, so thin, so cool, so little wrinkle worry, Bailey's 1ROPIC-TEX Suit. MARY WORTH C WILL HAVE TO 5AY, THOLiaM, THAT, SINCE WE'VE BEEN GOINfi TOGETHER, HE'S BEEN DARNILD NICE TO ME! DO YOU MIND IF I DROP YOU HERE?-.. I JD5T THOUfiHTOF A REAWN WHY I SHOULD CO STRAIGHT HOME! STAN, WHEN YOU TALKED TO FATHER,SEVERAL WEEK5 ASO, DID HE- •• PROMISE you THIS PROMOTION ? HEDIDNOTlHE PRACTICALLY POKED FUN AT/HE... FOR GOING TO NIGHT SCHOOL! LITTLE ABNER HE'LL. SUDDENW COME UP OUTATH' SEA, AT TH FULTON FISH MARKET. 1 /" WE CAN FIGURE AT LEAST SO SHOCK CASES THERE—NOT COUNTIN' FISH / TURNIN'THE LIZARD LOOSE IN NEW VORK'tL GIVE US V SENSATIONAL. SCENES.?: ^ TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, AND, IF VJE'FyH L.UCKV — SOME SUICIDES.':''— THEN, HE SLITHERS ALONG WAUL STREET CLIMBS THE. EMPIRE STATE BUILDINKS.ANP LEAPS INTO THE MIDDLE O'TIMES •SOUARE.! r . r THEREll &EA HOT TIME IN THE I OLD TOWN . TONIGHT NANCY LIFE IS SO BORING— SAME OLD THINGS DAY AFTER DAY --- NOTHING DIFFERENT EVER HAPPENS--- NO SURPRISES — STRICTLY BUSINESS "We're having a special sales contest — the whines keeps his job!" STRICTLY RICHTER CUTIES "The answer is NO! 1 If you've waited THIS long, you can wait another twenty years!" DOTTY DRIPPLE JiOKAY, BUT \At\TCH- HE'LL 6CT TIRED ~~, AND WANT ME TO CARRV I HOME/ WE'RE BOTH TIREP WILLVOU DRIVE OVER AND PICK GRANDMA BITO'SOMETHIN' REAL SWEET./ SHUCKS,TH 1 KIDS ATE TH' LAST PIECE O' CAKE THIS MORNIN ...ANTGAVE 'EM MVONLY. CROCK O' COOKIES T' f TAKE T' TH' SHACK..// MAYBE I CAN GET THERE) BEFORE THEY'RE .-—1-=—: ALL. GONE/''
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