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It 6:00 I Bonino 6:30 Ted Mack 7:00 Show of Shows 8:30 Lone Banger 9:00 Ramar of the Junglt 9:30 Super Ghost 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Tonight In Sporta 10:30 Wrestling 11:30 Talent Scouts 12:00 Sign Off SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER SO 10:30 Previews and News 10:40 Film Featurette 11:00 Hippodrome 11:30 Frontier of Faith 12:00 Zoo Parade 12:30 Mr. Wizard 1:00 Burns and Allen 1:30 Beulah 2:00 Roy Rogers 2:30 Ethel and Albert 3:00 Sunday Musicals 3:30 Range Riders 4:00 Meet the Press 4:30 Slim Rhodes , 4:55 News 5:00 Paul Wtachell 6:530 Mr. Peepers 6:00 Big Payoff 7:00 TV Playhouse 8:00 Stu Erwin 8:30 Favorite Story 9:00 Racket Squad 9:30 News 8:40 Weather 9:45 Toast of the Town 10:46 Your Playtime 11:15 News 11:20 To Be Announced 11:50 Sign Off "Oh, it'» nothing strlout! H« lik«« th« Latin typa—-and both my parents com* from Mlnn»oot»l" f RICKLIS AND HII PRIENPS Ml, THERE! >OU LOOK AU. SHOT RAISE f_|SO, DEDUCT THIS bor OF TOUR FUTURE pop; NOW i aw AGWN/. HI ,OL' PAL.OU'FAL, OU' BOSOM PAL.'/ You SEE, CM A MAN OF DIGNITY CMC* MORE, S06AK/ IIP MUST UAVE UXEOiouyEBYir BLAME--i WAS CRAZY MUCM...ENOUSHTOWLL *J ABOUT HIM/IOft.. W6 FORX3u!TB.LME,OtOVOU \TU.KEPOFUS6ETTIN6 KNOW HE MATED ME WAT M PIVQKCE. BUT NEVER OF TM»T'S NO WAV TO TALK, MISS KELTONlVOUR JOB NOW IS TO SET MUCH? IK NOTHING OF IT UNTIL JUST BEFORE THECRASH...THEN HETO1.0ME,JOA«! Otl,WIWAR>OU'V6 BEEN! i WISH i WERE DEAD! A VALENTINE? TOR ME? -" IT MAY SURPRISE YOU TO LEARN TMAT VALENTINES SHOULD BE &IVEN IN FEBRUARY AND IT MAY SURPRISE TO LEARN WHAT THE GIFT SHOP IS SEPTEMBER! V THE SIKL 5HELTON WHITE WANT6 TO tf\ Q'l SOUNPS LIKE «l' r 'VBU.BN HALE/ WRITER WHO AU40 RSW6 HER WORK, ROSE'S £a$tSummer by Margaret Millar THB BTORTl Taer* wa. B« radlcatloa ml rloleaee l» tae ' death ml R..e French, forgotten • ainTle Mtar, tat .u.plclona etr- enmii^inc» aa1a« when It ap- r ear. taat Fraak Clyde, a wel- • rc worker, recelred • phone i cull frofti Rove .ome aourn after Rk« wan .nppo.ed to bare died. . RoHe'a bndr WAK fonnd In the. . jrnrden of a home oecnnled ml the Willett r.oodfleld Innillr. • , • • . X .TJOSE'S funeral—paid for not by Willett or the County 'Administrator, but by Dalloway —Was held in Malgradi's chapel •on Friday afternoon. No one knew what minister to ;»sk to conduct the services, since •Hose's attendance at church had been limited to getting married. The Reverend Pickering was selected because Pickering was the •'•name of Malgradi's mother-ln- '•i The choir turned out to be '•somewhat unfortunate. The Reverend was quite elderly, his eye. tight was poor and the lights In .'Malgradi's chapel where Rose jwas resting were dim and flat- "termg. Through .this combina- .._.. of circumstances. Pickering "got the impression that Rose wa» a young woman, and having no time to prepare anything new. he "fell back on his cut-off-in-the".. flower-ot-her-youth eulogy , Dalloway remarked sourly to the man sitting next to him that the whole thing had been a farre. rThe man next to him happened to be Willett. 5 He gave Dalloway a cold look. 1»"A farce, sir?" « "You're Mr. Goodflcld, aren't ' you?" "1 am." "My name Is Haley Dalloway. 1 I wa« hoping I might meet you ,* here today " i "You were? Well—that Is— * this It my wife, Ethel. Ethel. ".'Mr. Dalloway." ,? Ethel parked her gum deftly » beside a molar, and acknowl- k . edscd the mtroduc.tion with a . ' dreamy smile She Knew who j D.llowaj wai and aba Mad *»' C.,lil,ln ntt tr M-t— M 1-J-M-w.te. UMMJ t, NU hi** warn Willett by kicking him quite smartly on the left ihin- bone, » gesture that produced no reaction from Willett except pain. "The fact is," Dalloway said. "I'm not satisfied with the results of the inquest Are you?" "I—well, I haven't thought about it I mean to say, it's not my business." "I have a strong suspicion that there's foul play Involved and that it's being hushed up." rjALLOWAY spent a restless night. In the morning he phoned Captain Greer at hii office. "This is Haley Dalloway, Captain." "Yes, Dalloway." "I may >l well lay it before you do—I have this Goodfield family on my brain." "I hardly envy you." "Call it a hunch, if you like, but I have a strong feeling that at some time or another Rose had a connection with the Good- fields." "What if she had?" "They deny it That's fui- picious, U there wai a connection." "My own opinion i< th*t the Goodfields are exactly what they seem. The mother's a tyrant, Goodflcld 19 a mouse, and his wife has 48 cards in th« deck. If 1 Investigated every family like It, I'd be working 72 hours a day The Goodfields are more along Clyde's line than mine." "You Intend to drop the case?" "Officially it's dropped." "What about unofflctallyf" "Some time it I ever fct up to Frisco t may drop In to we how dolls arc being mad* theaa days' No pun Intended." Th«r» was a pause, and • rustle of paper. "We've had no word n far on your daughter Lori." "I didn't expect any." "To be perfectly realistic about It. ihe police don't break their Mdu • IkMM TUuatifj «t- appearance cases unless a minor Js involved. When a girl's old enough to vote and earn a living, she's old enough to leave homt." Dalloway digested this, then said: "By the way, I would like to look over the things Rose left behind in her room, but I was told by Clyde that it was sealed." "Not any more. One of the boys from the County Administrator's office made a routine check through everything in case any money or valuables were hidden around. Nothing was found." "I suppose they checked thoroughly?" "That's their job. They examined every feather in the pillows, every book, magazine, pic ture, mattress, letter—" "I get it You wouldn't have any objection if I went and took a look around myself, though?" "None at all Just square yourself with Mrs. Cushman. It's her house, and if she doesn't want to let you in, no one can force her to." • • • the moment Dalloway introduced himself at the front door, Mrs. Cushman had viewed Rose's husbands as legendary creatures who might or might not have really existed. "My land, I've heard Rose mention the name of Haley Dal- loway t hundred times." Mrs. Cushman's tone implied that each of the mentions had been flattering. Nothing could have been further from the truth. "It's nice to know that Rose didi\'t forget me," Dalloway said. "Oh dear no, she didn't forget you, I should say not" Mrs. Cushman paused, trying desperately to invent something pleai- ant that Rose might have said, but the task was beyond her. "She spoke of you frequently. She wai • great talker, Rose was. I bet the talked your arm oft." It wit at this point that the noticed that Dalloway'i arm was Indeed talked oft, or at any rate missing. Dalloway touched his artificial arm, casually. "Rose didn't talk It off. she merely tried." "1 dldn'l mean—1—" "Please don't be embarrassed. <tel MONDAY, SEPTEMBER M 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 Meditation 8:00 Ding Dong School 8:30 Film Featurette 8:45 Arthur Godfrey 9:00 Hawkins Falls 9:15 The Bennetts 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Shopping At Home 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Arthur Godfrey ll:00~«toryland 11:15 Guiding Light 11:30 Qarry Moore 12:00 News 12:20 Farm News 12:30 Homemakers Program 1:00 Kate Smith 2:00 Welcome Traveler! 2:30 On Your Account 3:00 Atom Squad 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Berl Olswanger 4:30 Industry On Parade 4:45 Hartoons 5:00 Flicker Comics 5:15 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Bob and Ray 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Name That Tune 6:30 Howard Barlow 7:00 Cisco Kid 7:30 Robert Montgomery 8:30 Who Said That 9:00 This Is Your Life 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Tonight In Sports 9:55 Weather 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 News • 11:00 Man Against Crime 11:30 Suspense 12:00 Sign Off When its time To Repaint Toa'll me mney food paint. 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