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WEBB ubject to Preferential Election July 29, 1952 "Don't tell me you had to buy all that stuff to wear off that «pring feeling! Couldn't you go out and pick dandelions?" HE HAD OTHER'S WOCHIN6 WITH 4 EOCKET 4H1P I* LAHCXH6 on THE PROVING eeouwp! WHO ALSO DIOAPPgflEEP— AHD A CIVILIAN EN6INEEE NAMED RAD RUNE—IfJFACT.rVE Altonutlc Flood Gates Concrete & Metal Septic Tank! Sewer Tile Beit Prices Wt Deliver COLONEL EL5ON? In the Middle Ages, toys included carved crusaders asti'iae their war horses. In the fiscal year 1949, 188,317 Immigrants were admitted to the United Stales. Highway El >t SUU Line Phone 714 Television- Guaranteed Watch Repair Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 4 WEDNESDAY NIGHT, MARCH 26 HOLLYHOCK IS SICK IN BED SO I SPENT THE AFTERNOON WITH HER' THAT'S NICE... AND EDUCATIONAL -— ' BUT SHE FINALLY BEAT ME^ !""• ' WITH THAT WORD HER DOOR) 6:00 Kukla, Fran 6:15 News 6:25 News About TV 6:30 Those Two 8:45 Rebelatres 7:00 Kate Smith. 8:00 TV Theatre 9:00 Pantomine Quiz 9:30 Alan Young 10:00 Lights Out 10:30 News 10:35 One Man's Family 11:05 Meet the Champ 11:35 News 11:45 Sign Off THURSDAY, MARCH ITovr watch !• cleaned, plToti p«lishe4 and hair • prints adj**ted. 3 Day Strvice Thompson Credit f SHALL I ANSkVEK VDLJIt TELErHOM6 FOR WU. MO OME ' . SCMEOSE /VMJST HAVE A /WSTAVC6 IM A\A£7AAA TDR'SO HA^ HEAJJI7 THE CALU YA GOTTA CCVWB PDWN HERE TO THE OPPICE wei-rr ^wsiAM i CAN'T TELL YOU WHY IT'S AM For Circuit Clerk QERALDINB LISTOtJ For Slate Senator SEN. LEE BEARDEN ARKANSAS BLUE TAG CERTIFIED COTTONSEED 80-85-91% germination, delinted and treated ARKANSAS CERTIFIED BLUE TAG OGDEN SOY BEANS 80-85% rermlnfttiDn CORN AND HAY FOR SALE EARL MAGERS, Phone 2811, Dell, Ark. 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XIII ITT could have been that a second I* tragedy had only barely been I averted a few short moments ago 1 Perhaps the unknown had snd- Idcnly become aware of my own [•presence. Perhaps, tor>, without I palling myself on the hack unduly, I my coming had prevented him I from striking in Die mist and dark Presently Eve's voice sounded I low, clear and umvontedly ani- I mated. "Darling, we simply mtisl I go back." The rest of it was lost to me I because I ducked behind a con- I venient bush. But they appeared moment later, two indistinc I shapes moving slowly and rcluc- itantly out from under the trees. \ "fljk^ tn^ni at a safe distance .^7 parted a hundred yards from •_ i* house. Kve ghosted away in!( I the darkness. Eve, thoifgh very at- Itraclivp, wasfi't my pigeon. I le I her go and kept Cravath in sigh luntil he had gnne around to th* 1 front and into the house by the I main door. I storxi there a moment trying Ito decide what to do. A piano flev • in from over the Sound, danger Iously low, interrupting m; | thoughts, ] then rn-itle a laudable gestur Itoward seH-discipline. The mis lhad definitely turned to rain arn It would have liked to call off thi • peregrination of the premises. Ididn't immediately, for I thought i I just possible that bv ricingin I around outside 1 might get th jidentily nf that fourth party. No I that Kve and Cravath had gone. Ipetmed likely that he or she mich I also be ready to slip back into the inte<l to flnd ovlt who he .jnted th« lawi for an- nntei. For thfe dismal nore I goj nothing, except a con- slctit wettiftS*^No one tr^ed, sur- eplitiously or otherwise, to gel •i by any of the entrances I could ec. But I couldn't cover all sides f the place at once. When frotn vithin I finally heard the sonorous of Manila's gong, I gave it up ^s a bad job. ALLY CRAVATH. slill in the glen plaid of Ihe afternoon vas crossing the lower hallway vhen I arrived, dripping. "So -ou're another one," she said. 1 stared at her. not getting it. "Another rat who seems to have decided that the ship isn't going o sink jusl yet. And come bac] on board." I shook my head. "I gues* I'm (isl dumb." "That doesn't make you uniqu [niii(;ht So was everybody else Except me. \Vherc. my pot, migh you, for one. have been?" I told her about my desire for ivalk in the mist, but nothing els' "Well, well," she said. "W =ecm to have become a hotbed o hikers anil fre-sh air fiends here And what a lovely night all of yo picked for your rambles." "All?" I felt my brows go lip. "So far as I can see. I came dow at the usual lime for drinks an found precisely nobody — excep Manila." "Where were the others?" I In quired. "That, my dear, is what I'm ask ing you. Apparently they wer outside. Every last one of the Then, a little while ago, the started pounding in. Single ft and A few minutes apart, throug every door in the place." "Did you sec them when lha. came in?" It had occurred to me that, po tibly, one of the rctutnine part mi?ht have looked a little , I well, agitated. M Do you th i nk I r u sh ed from irtal to portal like a one-woman | elcoming committee? 1 did not, just listened to slamming door* .d feet tramping on the stairs. hen Manila beat his tom-tom and was just starting up to dress hen you came." She grinned. Running far out of the money." I was down again in around a unrter of an hov.r, reasonably ell-groomed. At that, though I'd een, supposedly, the last to come ,, I was among the first to fore- ither in the living room. Only ravath and Dave SI ad en were icad of rne. As I entered Manila also ap- eared, like a light-tan ghost, on he threshold of the room. Pal- ably something had upset the (tie man. He teetered in the door- ray, trying to catch Cravalh's eye vith gestures. Cravath finally noticed him. Well, come in, come in," he said. What's the matter now?" Strangely, Manila didn't obey. ind the movements of Vns hands eckoned Crnvalh, definitely. "I thought I was his boss. Seems 'rn wrong." Cravalh got out of s chair. • * # f SAW Manila's hands, a little A frenzied now, urging him into he hall. Then came C r a v a t h's voice, raised involuntarily and carrying a distinct note of shock. Cra va th rea ppea red, H i s normally-florid face was the color of cigarette ash. He gave me a quick ook and jerked his head slightly. I sprang out of my chair. But I had no more than joined Cravalh and Manila in the hall before we got what, I soon discovered, was an unfortunate break. Jack Dumonl CR-me running down the stairs, lightly, swiftly, for such a solidly-built man. "Oh f Marnoy," he began, "have you seen . . ." He stopped short, alert brown eyes sweeping Cravath's'unwont- edly-ashen face. Cravalh stepped over, laid a hand on his arm. "Jack," he said quietly, "there seems to be some trouble. I don't know exactly what. But . . . you'd belter come along." (To Be Continued) 6:45 Test Pattern 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 Weather 8:00 Today 8:25 News 9:00 Breakfast Party 9:30 La.ngford-Ameche 10:30 Strike It Rich 11 :00 Storyland 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 'Morning Meditation 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 1st 100 Yeara 1 12:45 Garry Moore ! 1:15 Gnyelord Hnuser ! 1:30 Komemakers Program 1 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Bill Goodwin 3:00 KtUe Smith 4:00 Hawkins Falls 4:15 Gabby Hayes 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 News 5:05 Prize Party 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Wild Bill Hickok 6:00 Kukla, Fran & O1H« 6:15 News 6:?5 News Ati out TV 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Groncho Marx 7:30 Boston Blockte 8:00 Dragnet 8:30 James Melton 9:00 Martin Kane j:30 Godfrey & Friends 3:00 Racket Squad ):30 News 5 Feature 2:05 News 2:15 Sign Off BUT VOU CfSN'T GO* YET, EfcSV. WWT'U «U HEAR WHM KAfVENEO FOR SALE Concrete cnlTcrU, 1Z Inch to inch, plain «r reenforced. 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TO LET VOU GO FEELS BETTER ^1 ^TT~T ro PRISON! WWIE you WERE P.VJM! I'LL LEARN THOSE HMRY- HEY,WHAV5 IM A-SITTIN' WITH YOU, \ HERE TO MY- FOOZY? YOU SELF, I THINKS LOOK6O«rA/THI5 MINE OF DOWN! ^C OUKS, PHEW.' IT STINKS! ...FORTH'S1ZEOP THAT HOLE, WE LABORED TO DIG OUR REWARD IN GOLD 15 NOT VERY DIG.' YEII ...LOOKS LIKE \ TH' WAY WE'RE DCHN', WE'RE GONNft. BE I IT SURE WILL, SON! FACED CLUNK6 MOT TO SO WE'RE GO1N AFTER IT BY A. LONG TIME ,1 G6TTIN' RICH.' ) "WET PAINT" ON ( FAN/OK IT E 9ENCH ^ SNOOZE IN TH' PACK, PUT TH'
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