Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 4, 1960 · Page 71
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 71

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Saturday, June 4, 1960
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III2 SECTION TWO TUCSON, ARIZONA, SATURDAY JUNE 4. I960 gss ' OUT StOPU · WHEN PRINCE VALIANT CAME AT LAST TO HIS KING, THERE WAS THE DUST OF LONG TRAVEL ON HIS CLOAK, NEW DENTS IN HIS ARMOR. "JHAVe COMPLETED THE GRAIL QUEST, SIRE.' "f/VTf^S/ff VALIANT, AND SIT.HERE BESIDE ME,» SAID ARTHUR. · ' ' _ THEN VAL TELLS OF HIS FINDINGS. OF HOW THE GRAIL IS A SYMBOL OF FAITH AND HOPE, AND THE KNIGHTS WHO TOOK THE GRAIL QUEST SPREAD CHRISTIANITY BY THEIR EXAMPLE AND NOBLE DEEDS. AND HE TALKS. PAP IDLY AND EARNESTLY WHILE THE KING SITS QUIETLYi AND WHEN THE TALE IS FINISHED, THE KING SPEAKS: "IS THEKESUCH A THING AS THE GRAIL?" THERE IS A TROUBLED LOOK IN VAL'S EYES AS HE ANSWERS, "THERE 1$ NO GRAIL, SIRE " FOR HE CAN- NOT'LIE TO HIS KING. "THERE'MEYER WAS PPOOF /TEYER EX/STED, " CONTINUES VAL IN A PUZZLED VOICE, "YET THE LEGEND GROWS, AND MEN W/LL SEEK THE GRAIL AS LONG AS FA/TH L/VES. WHAT W/LL YOU DO, S/RE?" , * ANSWERS ARTHUR. "EVEN THOUGH THE QUEST VEW EXISTENCE Of Stf/PO? TABLE ROUND, WTO* HH£R POWER.' /" SO VAL LEAVES HIS KING, AND HALF IN DREAD, HALF IN HOPE, TURNS WS STEPS TO WHERE ALETA WATTS/ ALL HIS FUTURE HAPPINESS IN HER SMAU HANDS, BUT CAN A MAN WHO HAS SPANKED A QUEEK' EXPECT FORGIVENESS ? fw*t m. . NEXTWECK-Thtlut* . Ire

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