Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on January 13, 1935 · Page 14
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 14

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Sunday, January 13, 1935
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r FAR BELOW THE SURFACE .OF ..THE OCEAN; THERE LIVE. STRANGE. CREATURES THAT- NEVER-SEE THE LIGHT OF DAV/ .CURIOUS AND" AWFUL, THEY GLIDE. SILENTLY ABQUT, UNDER A WATER, PRESSURE OF MANY TONS ON EVERY SQUARE, INCH OF THEIR, FLIMSY BODIES'. I/ACH INHABITANT PREYS UPON OTHERS SMALLER, THAN ITSELF/ SOME, HOWEVER,, HAVE ELASTIC STOMACHS AND CAN SWALLOW NEIGHBORS SEVERAL TIMES THEIR. .OWN SIZE. MOST FISH LIVING IN THESE INKY DEPTHS ARE GAYLY ILLUMINATED WITH LUMINOUS SPOTS AND LIGHTS OF BRILLIANT HUES/ HERE ARE SHOWN TWO TYPES OF DRAGONFISH, IN PURSUIT OF A MEAL. LARGE-EYED SQUIDS, CARRYING ORANGE- COLORED LANTERNS ON THEIR, LONG ARMS, ADO THEIR ! BIT TO THE GROTESQUE PICTURE. V ONE STRANGE DEEP-SEA CREATURE IS FURNISHED WITH A FISHING ROD ATTACHMENT, WITH .WHICH IT LURES SMALL FISH WITHIN • REACH. THE SILVER. HATCHETFISH HAS ELONGATED, TELESCOPIC EYES,- FOR. USE IN THE PERPETUAL DARKNESS OP ITS HOME. . SLOWLY, MAN IS UNRAVELING THE SECRETS OF THE DEEP .... SECRETS THAT HAVE KEPT THEIR, SILENCE SINCE THE WORLD BEGAN. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosser SHUCKS.' DONT BE SCARED,TAG...BE 'FEARLESS, LIKE ME ...AND DONT LET ANYBODY TELL ItiLi WHAT ALL RIGHT, MRS. /AROUND (| PLETZENBAUM... AGAIN, ,'K; I'LL GO OVER HORACE.' VvY OWTHe SEE! ALL VA HAVE TO DO, TO KEEP PEOPLE FROM RUNNIN' OVER YOU, IS TO TALK UP TO 'EM..... LET 'EM KKlOVv' YOU'RE TOUGH TOO.' GEE IMAGINE POING THAT TO DAVIS THAT WO'S DANGEROUS r.D LEAVE HIM ALONE, IF 1 WERE GWAN...JUST LjY A FINGER ON ME.' I'M'NOT AFRAID . ffaU, OR ANYBODY YOUR SIZE... I'M WORSE'N TWENTY V/ILD-CATS, ONCE I GET MY PANDER up.' PO SOMETHING, IF YA HAVE NERVE ENOUGH! . YES.,.I'M LOOKING FOR OSSIE...AND WHEN' 1 PIND HIM.WILL I GIVE IT TO HIM!! \AOHO..,WILLYOO GET FOOLED .'V4AHAHA vv;? Y'SEE, HIS MOTHER SENT HORACE TO BRIKKS HIM HOME / TO HAVE HIS NECK AND EARS. WASHED-' ALL RIGHT-ALL RIGHT--I'LL GO!! OH .'A SISSY, AFTER ALL... I SHOULDA KNQV/N HE WAS JUST A •BIG BLUFF.' SEE THAT ,YOU DO...AND GO AS THE

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