The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, April 13, 1955, Page 8, Image 8

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OUT OUR WAY
Is
' GOOO GOSH.'
WHY PIPMT WE
LOOK
A LITTLE 'FORE
we slept in
TH' HAV ALL
k NIGHT?
w
WE'LL HAVE
TO KEEP IT
QLHfc'T ERWS
WAV BE
3UAI?AUTINEt.
we'p be
AVOIPEP Llk'E
SNAKfcS
TELL PEOPLE
WE CAMPED
OUT, IS. ALL"
I WOWDER
IF A ITCHV
FEELIM' fS.
II THSTACTIN'
HOG
C HOUR A
iifl
by J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople RefuSe Problems
Go Down Drain
Bocn THiprry vfacs too soow
Boots and Her Buddies
WELCOME PACK, JAKE
ALL HAIL TO A TRUE
6P0THER. AKD A REAL'
CHAMPION, FOR PERSUAD
INS TWATWiMDLER TO
PESTORE MV INNENTIOM
TO T$ GiSHTFULOxOMER.'
-LET'S CM AT ABOUT IT
ER A POT OF TEA
MAY 1 TAKE
EA5V THERE, PAT STUFF DCK"L
SIT MTIMENTAL.' THl;?
MERE'5 STRICKlV A gUSik!E$T
DEAL.' -I 6CT ALL KISHT6 TO
THAT AIR-CONiOlTlONED CrIAlK,
INCLUOIM Th.' 6CAk.DinA!AnJ,
Kl&HT HK5 IN WW KCCKET
THE HULL VMCSJKS la IM
MY NAME,
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IT WILt BE PWN ROTOFP. LE'5 TW f
I IM LE&S THNJ THREE $0)1 A6IN!
Vic Flint
rS .. .-, ,. .... v ( HW6 THE FREIGHTER OUT)
..OF&isHr By PAyusHTi
STRT'erV&irJ1 MS Oft i" -SL '
TH' SCH00WER ifT'rJ??. . .
60.CK WHERE IT t&f fcffi-;' 'a'ViV
WA& ANCH0R6P S8 llfe;f 8fir V-S?
MBW STJLL
TOO 50RE PiLL
OVER TO SLEEP
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JS HEy, WR..rAEEK.U&TEN!
Ef HEA.R THW &SUEAK.ING
1,'M ON PECK.... tIKE THB
f A CWSTM MA.KE5 WHEM
ifrwTHB ANCHORS RAI5EI!
LOS ANGELES (UP) Some
day we may see many of our
nmwnl mftiaa rlitrunl nhiUnmp I
go down the drain, according to
a man who has made a study of
such problems.
Albert Bush, of the engineering
department of the University of
California at Los Angeles, points
out that garbage grinders have
made considerable inroads into the
garbage disposal problem.
"With further developments in
the use of water transport we may
be able to get rid of olhor house
hold rubbish in a similar way,"
he added.
"Disposal of all refuse at the
household level would appear to
be the best solution to both air
pollution and economic aspects of
the problem, if such methods can
be developed."
His studies have indicated that
present municipal incinerators ap
parently don't solve air pollution
problems, "while collection is ex
pensive and merely transfers tne
problem to another location.'
DELEGATE PICKED
PORTLAND (UP) Stewart
Hodgson, vice president of the
British Columbia District of the
International Woodw orkers of
America union, will represent Ca
nadian and United States loggers
at the spring meeting of the In-
ternation Iibor Organization in
Geneva and Vienna. The announce
ment was made here today by A.
F. Hartung, IWA president.
PORE. HAVEN'T VOU.BEIsl? HI5 OLP STQWlW' 6R0LNCSJ
: OWCS, WITH VOL! AMP KIM9ALI.I
A AUV AMD C&LPBRATlW'AT
J
Vfag. r 7- V77
BET THE MUKPEREB WOULP KM
A BUNDLE FOR THIS hJESATIVB.
I COULP OUT W0BKIM6 WELL,
IT'5 BACK lO CLICKIM THE,
CASH CUSTOMERS.
EANWHie, AT THE P.A'S HCWVS..
SO A SUV HUNe A HOT INSPECTOR 6ROWL, SU5-
FRAMB OH) ME-. PUT VCUPENP HI5 INVErTI(3A'uR 5
KNOW I PIPM'T KILL S LICENSE ANP SUN PEfi-
KIMPAU. AMP IM 60NNA 1 MIT. HE S OUR CH6F
pick up the crump -ksuspect. he'll have to
THAT PIP IF IT5" iSV 6IT THIS ONE OUT.'
Martha Wayne
WHY, YES, AFTER JANICE PUT
THE NOTES DOWN, THEN fcwSt
WAYNE SHE RUNS THE SIFT
MRS. ROBERTS DID MEL HIM'
SELF WRITE THESE WORDS? J SHOP-TOOK THE SON5
TO THE HOSPITAL'
W&W Iff f
s if
R1IT W1TU WUAT WAV rc tuc t
kEY TO THE B'GGEST SECRET
SINCE THE A-BOM8NEVT Ji
.UlRTUittiVNF'?'
Buqs Bunny
1S
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I OON'T 'ANT ANY PART OF THE J ONLY WALKED )J )f -V
( SONG ,M NOT IF IT MEANS JANICE J OFF WITH AN Jjl T
I Wia BE HURT..NOT FOR ALL THE 'OSCAR'FOR JTjf2 'X ST
t , woney in , uctin3 to m;y.m - -
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Alley Oop
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WHAT
CLAVORS
Yl GOT TlREO 0'
S BElN'ASKEO THAT,
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Ml'IHINu 1U IT. 1 I UV.AY, I'M N MAM, AkE Y'CHJ
I T.I rVFiT THE AIACT iKrV N. r I V
Freckles and His Friends
SSSJJSjj I SAT Hiicf twri'ivtWJi s Kv;oo PotiS isT iV v' I ITp BE A BARGAIN if Mb "Wv .
Il1' ( WOKI.No A HA.IKON MAKK.-A NLW CU PRrw.Ntf TONIS )hjj WATCWnS TV WHILE HC fWCO '
' 1 S2S5-i r iiAA.wulf , for a dime .fiSjt ' ir-n- --tit r , r
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ELECTROLUX
Authorized
Cleaner Sales & Service
PHIL PHILBROOK
1304 E. Third Phone IJ65-J
Btgiitcred U.S. Pat. Off.
Father Makes
Son Toy Tractor
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass.
(UP) Necessity is the mother of
invention they say and Ray
mond J. Kotleski agrees.
Because his young son wanted a
toy tractor, Kotleski was confront
ed with necessity. The invention-
or adaptation took shape out of a
discarded lawn mower, scrap met
al and a number of angle irons.
The end result was a tractor,
capable of carrying a 200-pound
load at six miles per hour for
about eight hours on a gallon of
gas.
The vehicle, built ovr a period
of six weeks, is four feet long!
and 28 inches high. It weighs 100
pounds and is powered by a lawn-
mower engine which is started by
a rope and controlled by a throttle
and clutch.
The hood has been cut down
from a 1910 auto and the wheels
are of the stock- wagon variety
1 two in the rear and one in front,
! Central Oregon ; " , 15 Hi L "" -' Kilocycles
TONIGHTS PROGRAM
8:00 Gflbrfel H Patter
6: lf Dinner Melodies
6:30 lit-hinJ Hie Story
6 :46 Sam Hayes News
6:55 SonK of the hay
7:00 Crime Kifi titers
7:80 Hend Curate Newi
7 :45 Remember When
7 :R0 KvenitiK Melfnhe
8:00 Kizinu Up Sport
8:0 Senator Wayne Morse
8:45 l'anKirt to Dreams
I j 00 Wewg
9:15 Pultun Lewis, Jr.
9:30 Off the Record
0 :30 Hqusdrootn
1 :00 Sikh Off
THI'ltSDAV, APRIL II, 1955
6 :0O Triple T Ranch
S :45 Farmer Reporter
7:00 Frank Heminiovaj Now
7:15 lire k fast Ganti
7 :30 Mornintc Melodies
7 : 40 News
7:45 Morninft Roundup
H :im t'liff Kmrle Ncwh
8 :20 Northwest News
j:l!5 Kraft 5-Star Newscast
:H0 Haven Of Bert
:( Mitlo-I.and Itutletin Board
9 :05 The Mornintc Special
J: 15 Kruft fi-Star Ntwscant
D :i!0 .Morninir Special
::.o The Sonn & The Star
):45 Top Tunes
0:00 New
):40 It's A Woman World
0:45 News
0:f.O Mim Ahnut Town
0:55 Northwest Newt
1 :0A Flori.U Culling
I :V!5 KrHtt 5-Stur NwsrHt
2:00 Noon Tim Melodic
1:80 Queen For A Day
12:10 Today's Classifieds
12:16 Sports Review
12:20 Noon Time Melodies
12:30 News
12 :45 Farmer's Hour
1 :00 Hed.nond Digest
1:15 Realty News
2:00 Platter Preview
2 :15 Rend Ministerial Assoclat
2:30 Platter Preview
3 : 15 Northwest News
3:20 Central Oregon News
3 :25 Kraft o-Star Newwaat
3:30 You Win
3:45 Tello Test
4 :00 Popular Demand
4:15 Frank Hemingway News
4 :30 Here's the AnBwer
4 :45 Sara Hayes Nws
6:00 Sgt. Preston
6:30 Melody Way
5:45 Bill Brundigo, SporU
5 :55 Kraft 5-Stnr Final
6 : 00 Gabriel Heatter
6:15 Songs of Our Times
fi::t0 Behind the Story
6 :4B Sam Hayes
6 :fi5 Souk of the Pay
7 :00 Music for Powerland
7 :30 Bend Garage News
7 :45 Remember When
7:50 Evening Melodies
8:00 Camera Club
8 :nfv Passport t Daydreams
8:30 Eddie Fish Show
8 :45 Musical Portraits
9 : Ofl News
11:15 Fulton Irfwis Jr.
H :ii0 Island Serenade
9:45 Off the Record
10 :M Official Detective
11:00 Sign Off
2a The Bend Bulletin, Wednesday, April 1 3, 1 955
SWEETIE PIE by Nadine Seltier
ttpt. 1MB b WT 9wm. w.
"I don't think she's got a cold at all! I think she's just
trying to get out of going to kindergarten!"
MACHINE AIDS BLIND AND DEAF A tiny typewriter that
allows a normal person to communicate with the blind and deaf
is demonstrated in Manchester, England. When the operator, left,
strikes a key on the pocket-size machine, a set of small pins forms
a letter in Braille under the fingers of the blind person, right.
.THE FORWARD LOOK
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CARTOP SIX
of the loiv-price 3!
BIGGEST SIZE, SMOOTHEST PERFORMANCE, HIGHEST ECONOMY
Take a turn at l!ir vluv In-hind Plymouth's
new I'imciTliiw 117 .-nuiiii' si-r why il's
tin smoothest, lliriiiicst i. in llic lnol
price fu'M. II. '. icr nr all driving
lll'C.ls, plus til." Mipr silMnlllll;. of llic
rowcrMowV Cliremr-S.-.ilrtl - tinn. o
itllu-r lou-pii.c ..u lui- il. ,uitl il's vour
pu.iiiinlrc of nioti r.n of j:io.-ain
mmoiny and IrouMc fu-r " i niiiiaiic-.
Taxicah oicral..r. d'-prud on cir;
for a livinc. luiy mote ' il lo (' th.m
nil other iiiiikf comhiiM-d . . . llirv av the
1'ourrf'low 117 i). l'ir n'"-l rmnunii' ..I.
inot clliik'iit 0 nrr I . 1 1 1 1 ! lis L hc.id
di-Micn mean? fewer working parts, less
frii lion. Its automatic choke meters each
drop of fuel. lis In pass cooling system
pvos you ipii. k vaini-up in cold wealher;
doens of other cVliisic ft-aturrs prumi.--c
)ou mui li lower opcialing cpcnc.
The I'lmcilTow 117 rnuinc is one big
riM-nn why the bis swinj this year is to the
fnritiinl lookinp riwuoulh. Another is the
new ll7-bp 1 1 y -1 ir- i-npin.', the in.it
powerful standard " in l'lunoiilh's field.
Plan to diive a lib, beautiful Plymouth
with eillier of the-.- two great powerplanl
soon how ahvut "..; ?
r
1
your
Plymouth
dealer
A
Best buy new; bettor trado-in, too
OUTH
ALL- M EW