Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 7, 1976 · Page 41
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 41

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Saturday, February 7, 1976
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WHY DIPN'T YOU WAIT UNTIL YOU MET LU ANN'S FR1ENP5 BEFORE CONTACTING JIM 6RAPY ABOUT THEM, ADMIRAL? / B E C A U S E THEN A ( I COULPN'T BE J OBJECTIVE/ / IT'S QUITE POSSIBLE,^ EVEN, PROBABLE,THAT WHEfo I SEE THEM TOMORROW, I'LL LIKE JHEM / 'WOULD BE WRONG WITH THAT? NO ONE CAN MAKE JUPG- MENT ON A PERSON'S MORAL CHARACTER BY MEETING HIM ONCE/AND THERE5 NOTHING WRONG- IN HAVINGA PRIVATE DETECTIVE , AGENCY CHECK THEM OUT/ I THOUGHT I HEARP YOU COME HOME, PROFESSOR/ 15 ANNABELLA WITH YOU? WILL IT BE CONVENIENT FOR, YOU TO GO WITH LUI5 AND ME TOMORROW MORNING TO MEET ADMIRAL POWER5 I'P BE , DEL1GHTEP 7 PLEASE, LUIS-DON'T LOOK SO TROUBLED/I'M SURE THE ADMIRAL DOESN'T HAVE A GUILLOTINE HIDDEN IN HIS HOME/ TVE 0EEN TKYINC5- TO REASSURE HIM TOO, ANNABELLA/ 6UNPARHARL LOOKS AT ALETA'S SAILY- COLORED RETINUE AMP .GRUMBLES: "£4£V/ -O4X /W/ SHIP OF WAR LOOKS MORE ANP MORE LIKE CLEOPATRA'S BARGE. " ALETA PUTS DOWN HER WORK. "·WHERE IS VAL? HE HAS NOT MADE LOVE TO ME FOR PAYS. I HAVE NEGLECTEP THE DEAR BOY AMP MUST MAKE AMENDS." HER THREE HANDMAIPENS SO TO WORK WITH A WILL,FOR THIS IS THEIR FIRST OPPORTUNITY TO PEMONSTRATE THEIR CRAFT. VAL AND SUNDAR WATCH AN APPROACHING SQUALL. ORDERS ARE SIVEN TO SHORTEN SAIL ANP PREPARE FOr x A BLOW, "/r WILL NOT LAST LONG BUT IT W/LL BE VIOLENT," GUNDAR OBSERVES. ANP NOW ALL PERFUMED, COMBED ANP DRESSEP IM ONE OF. HER NEW SOWMS, ALETA PREPARES TO REKINDLE THAT LOOK IN VAL'S EYES. ALETA ANP THE SQUALL REACH THE PECK AT THE SAME TIME. THE DOOR SLAMS SHUT. © KIMR Fe«turs» Syndic, at ft, IMC., 197B. Worfri rfchU re*ery«d. VAL APPEARS OUT OF THE MIST: "OH, HEUO, PEAR. WHAT A/?£ YOU POING OUT fN THE RAIN?" HE A6KS CHEERFULLY, "WON'T YOU GET WET?" "SO W£ IV//WP 5Z£^ 7///E POOR SHUT/ LAUGHS VAL. "OH THAT WAS FUNNY.'" *ANP A HA-HA TO YOU," SNAPS ALETA. "JV//fiV I RESUME THE THRONE. I'LL MAKE YOU CHIEF JESTER, FUNNYMAN.'" 2035NEXT WEEK-"BitterSUJCct 2-8

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