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''' ••"•' two HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Saturday, July 5, 1947 icctal an I and Persona I J»hone 768 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. I Colendar ... 5 of the W.S.C.S. of Methodist church will i-jMonday evening at eight Oick^at the home of Mrs. Vic- Wwith Mrs. LaGrone Wilas associate hostess. No. 1 of the bf the First Women's Christian llfrwill mept Mortday afternoon 8(I in the Service Class room liij No. 2 of the Women's Coun|the 'First Christian church set Monday afternoon at 3.30 i'ncfne of Mrs. Cline Franks, 8uth Elm street. , ' Central Stadard Time Now York, July 5 — (/P)—On Saturday, night list: NBC— 1 Life of Rilcy; 7 Flit Parade; 7:30 Can You Top This; 8:30 Grand Olc Opry. CDS—5 St. Louis Opera; 5:30 Oklahoma Roundup; 8:30 Harry fames music. ABC—7:30 Famour Jury Trials; 9 Prof. Quiz; 10:30 Rent Legisla:ion Roundup. MBS—5 Hawaii Calls; 0 Twenty Questions; 8 Chicago Theater con [e> Business Women's circle of Si Baptist church will meet ./'flight at 7:30 at the Ed* Si Building of the church in- iadfof the regular meeting which Billet/ With the training school on July 14. postponed. The .,..,„ of the First fcaptisl iron Will meet Monday aftcrncfon 1 ttttf-*'Educational building. All abers are urged to attend. f ,$ iltcle-No. 2 of the W.S.C.S. of 'frst Methodist church wil* (Monday afternoon at lour .,,jfc f i i at the home of Mrs J fifibvision with Mrs. R. E, Cam -fSsociate hostess. Mrs. George f, iS v circle leader. phgele No. 4 of the W.S.C S. of first! Methodist .church will .xMonday afternoon at four k^at the home of Mrs. Eari Sf&JlS Mrs. Leon Bundy will pre- INtKe prpgram. fitcilj'No. 1 of the W.S.C.S. Methodist chui ch as associzJU iieet Monday afternoon at the te of Mrs. Jewell Perkins with rjSV. Annie Erwin Hostess. gaming and Going T ;ffto and Mrs. K. J. Caplin^ei Sand Sons, Kelsie and Tommy Kay "~S t l^prdyce are here for a vlsi' yltlv.Mtrs. CapHnger's patents, Mi HJdiftyfrs, J. W. Turner. it 5* \ ' ! ' —————~ viJMrvWan'd Mrs. Paul H. Jones hac fffts*v]?jiday guests, Mr and Mis. KK^yt ' Glaze, Miss" Ellen' .Jane l/eiaafejih'd Miss Mattie Bradley of Top Radio Programs of the Day News of the Churches GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST North Ferguson Street D. 0. Sllvey, Pastor The Rock of Ages Broadcast over KCMC, Texarkana, and from the church auditorium, 9 to 9:30 a.m. Sunday School —10 a.m. Worship Service—11 a.m. B.T.C.—7 p.m. Evening Worship—7:45. Auxiliary Monday—1:30 p.m. Prayer Service, Wednesday. Young People meet—7 p.m. Bible Study—7:45 p.m. Choir Practice, Friday — 7:30 p.m. The public is cordially invited to worship with us. 'Razor's Edge' Is Star-Studded Film. Treat Sunday at the New Sunday . . . NBC—1:30 Genevieve 3owe .joins Melton concert; 2:30 and 3:55 Tarn O'Shanter golf; 6 Alcx.Templeton. CBS—1 CBS Symphony; 2:30 Phil Spitalny girls; !i:3U Blondie; 0:30 Crime, Doctor. ABC—10 a. in. Fine Arts Quartet; 4:30 .Counter Spy; 5:30 Greatest Story; 7 'Detroit Symphony. MBS—7 Exploring Unknown 1 ; 8 Sabriel Hpatlcr show; U:15 All- Star baseball preview. Monday .'expectations: NBC— 11 U. S. Navy Band; 4:15 Serenade to America; 7 Voorhees concert, Nelson Eddy . . . CBS—9 a.m.-Arthur Godfrey; 1 p. m. Double or Nothing; 5:30 Bob Crosby show . . . ABC—1:30 p. m. Bride and Groom; 7:15 Bobby -Doyle, show.. . . MBS— 7-15 a. m. Shady Valley Folks; 0 Did Justice Triumph; 9:15 All-Star baseball preview. for Next week in preview: Monday — 8:15 new time I. Q. Quiz. ' Tuesday — MBS 12:15 All-Star baseball, game. Wednesday — ABC- 7:3 0 Bob Burns guest of Paul Whiteman. Thursday.— CBS C Gloria Swanson in Suspense; NBC 7 Music Hall and Nelson Eddy. FIRST CHRISTIAN North Main at West Avenue B Wm. P. Hardegree, Minister Sunday School —9:45. We have classes for all ages. If you are not attending any other Sunday School, we invite you to visit ours. Morning worship, Communion, and sermon—10:50. Special music will be an anthem by the choir. Christian Youth Fellowship meeting has been cancelled because of our young people going to conference. Evening worship, Communion, and sermon—7:45. Monday July— 7. The Women's Council! will meet in circles at 3:30. Circle 'No. .1 will have its meeting in Fellowship Hall at the Church. Circle . 2 will meet at the home o.f VIrs. Cline Franks. Regular monthly meeting of the Official Board—7:45. All members are urged to attend. Tuesday, July 8th— 7:00—The Service Class will observe its monthly meeting with a picnic at Fair park. Everyone is asked to come and bring a picnic .unch. Thursday, July 10— 7:45—Adult and junior choir re- aearsal. U- Dan,Green and Master Bill _. s , hav? returned from a |it";vyith relatives and friends , and children Arizona arrived Fri>a -visit with Mr. and Mrs R. Herndon had , John O. Rogers o£ New Mexico, ';' i f t~ ifJHospjtjal Notes of Mr. J. W. Turner will know that he i£,a patient a Chester hobpita,! where iqrwent a major operation. i O •• glasses and sun dials were "- 1 ,by the ancient Egyptians. . o 7 2000 inspections 'accom- 4 manufacture of (the average Here and There in Arkansas Little Rock, July 3 —(/P)— Prospects forb ringing in a producing oil well in St. Francis county are "good", State Geologist Harold Foxhall said today. The, state geologist, who has been working closely with the oil pros- pecters in the area, said he based his statement personally." on what I have seen The well is the Petroleum ' Product Corporation's Engler Brothers No. 1 wildcat three miles north of Wheatley. Foxhall said the well was drilled to a depth of 2,294 feet and that there was a good show of oil and gas at 1,070. "No .drill stem test has. been made and no casing has been set and it yet remains to be determined if the well will be a commercial producer but prospects are good," he added. DOROTHY DIX How to Treat a Husband! Althoug'.i practically every wo-, • j-,,noi- mrtv n<sl«>d him .an wants to get a husband, and who at ad.nnei part..asked him Tyrone Power, in his triumphant return to the screen, finds Gcne^Ticrncy's love easy to lake in this scene from "The Razor's Edge." a part of a growing, going, glowing Darryl F. Zanuck has transform- iunday School housed in a building Lhal is cool physically and warm spiritually. Sunday School —9:45 a.m. Morning Worship —11. C. A. Services— 0:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service —7:30 p.m. Monday through Friday: Prayer Service —7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Prayer and Bible Study —7:30 p.m. Thursday: Women's Missionary Council —3:30 p.m. FIRST METHODIST Rev. J. E'. Cooper, Pastor Church School —9:45 a.m. Morning Worship—10:50 a.m. Special music : "Shepherds with Our Tenderest Love" (Huerter) Mary Louise Keith, soloist. Sermon by Dr. E. T. Wayland. The Board of Stewards will meet at the church Sunday afternoon, July G at 2 o'clock. All members House Receives Flood Control Recommendations Washington, July 2—(IP)— Several proposals to increase commiUec- recommehdcd funds for navigation and 'flood control confronted the louse today. • Totaling $253,000,000, the funds, were carried in the War Department civil functions • appropriation for the next twelve months. As - debate opened; yesterday Rep. Engel (R-Mich)i in charge of the .bill, found himself in a figllt against efforts to- restore at least part of the'$38,000,000 slashed from budget /estimates bjj the House Appropriations Committee. Rep. Hale Boggs (D-La), calling attention to this year's floods in the middle .west, .criticized a .slash in rrioneV for continued work on flood control in the Mississippi River Valley. The bill carries $24,000,000, less thaii half the sum appropriated lor the year ended Monday. <••'• .Rep. Engle stood his ground against important changes in; the bill; although he expressed sympathy with those who contended that '.many smaller projects were at least as urgent as some of the big flood control, navigation and power works, designed for completion over the years. The House also heard opposition to projects whose costs have skyrocketed since their authorization by Congress. CHURCH OF CHRIST 5th and Grady Otis L. Rowe, Minister Bible Study —9:45 a.m. Worship—11 a.m. Young Peoples Class—0:30 p.m. Preaching— 7:45 p.m. Monday—Ladies Bible Class—2 p.m. Wednesday Night Bible Class— 7:45 p.m. You are invited to attend any or all the services of the Church of Christ. HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE H. Paul Holdridge, Pastor The member and friends of the Tabernacle have been called to "40 tJays of Prayer" for revival, beginning wjth.July 1. Sixty persons pledged .themselves to ,pray 'daily, earnestly during', this 'forty d.a,y. period. In the inl,erest of this special prayer program, ,;all Our members and freinds rare.asked?.to join, us lor prayer each:'evening next week, Monday through Friday! at the church at 7:30 o'clock lor ja :time lof 1 'prayer and waiting upon 1 the Lord. This Sunday begins our new quarter with' a new Sunday .School uota of 272. Our average this uarter was the best in almost ve years. You 'are invited, to be m I'SUN. - MON. - TAf ES. -— Features 1:18- 3:46 - 6:14 - 8:42 are urged to be present. Vesper Service—5:30 p.m. Special music: "Awakening Chorus" b_y choir and Youth Fellowship Group. Sermon: "Secret Prayer" by Pastor. Youth Fellowship Group and Intermediates will meet at 6:30 p.m. Executive Committee of. W.S.C.S. will meet at the Parsonage at 4 p.m. Thursday, July 10. Choir Practice, Wednesday —7:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST S. A. Whitlow, Pastor Sunday School —9:30 a.m. Morning Worship Service —10:50. Sermon by the .pastor. Training Union —G:45 p.m. Evening worship Service —7:45 p.m. Sermon by the pastor. Fellowship Hour, Wednesday — 7:45 p.m. The public is cordially invited to worship at all services at First •Baptist Church. . ' ed W. Somerset Maugham's "The Razor's Edge" into one of the finest motion pictures ever to reach the screen. The Twentieth Century- Fox picture starring Tyrone Power, Gene Tierney, John Payne, Anne Baxter, Clifton Webb and Herbert Marshall, opens Sunday at the New Theater, and provides a rare and wondrous film experience. As all who have read the book must know, "The Razor's Edge" is the powerful and deeply probing story of one man's passionate | search for true peace and inner contentment, a search that tore him from all love and sent hii»i plunging into strange places halfway across the world. And, too, it is the story of the woman who loved him, and of her desperate arid ruthless plot to save him from himself and for herself. Tyrone Power gives the finest performance of his career in the role of the sensitive and introspective Larry Darrell, Gene Tierney tops all her previous portrayals in the role of the love-mad and spiteful Isabel. Each of the other stars is equally superb in the other important roles: John Payne as Gray Maturin who vies with Larry for Isabel's affections; Anne Baxter as the tragic dipsomaniac, Sophie; Clifton-Webb as the supercilious sophisticate, Elliott Templeton; and' Herbert Marshall as the author Maugham, himself. Through the thrilling portrayals of the stars, Zanuck's supebrly- Little Rock, July 3 —(F?)— Three visiting days will be oserved at University of Arkansas branch experiment stations during the remainder of this month, university extension officials said today. The rice branch experiment station, Stuttgart, will be host to members of 4-H clubs July 18. From July 23 through 2 54-H'club groups will be guests at the cotton branch experiment station, Marianna. The livestock and forestry branch experiment station, Bates- vine, will observe the annual adult visiting day on July 31. inost women do get them, it is the fewest number of wives who know how to treat a husband. Yet the solution of the problem stares them in the face from their wedding days to their funerals. It is to treat Friend Husband the way he wants to be treated. The average wife entirely ignores her husband's desires in the matter and proceeds to put her own theories into execution. Sometimes she treats him like a little tin god. Sometimes she treats him like a moron child. Sometimes she makes a doormat of herself for him. Some- ties she bosses the life out of him. Sometimes she gives him stomach ulcers with her cooking. Sometimes she starves him to death on a diet. But she seldom asks herself how her husband wants to be treated, or what he craves in marriage. .,, , She forgets that wives are a mat-jA) the wife and kids, and go to ter of taste, and that whether hcrToed early. But people aren t going to tell again that perfectly corking story that amused everyone so much. And finally, husbands like wives who drive with a light rein. They like wives who don't boss them m public. And, above all, they like wives who show them affection and appreciation and gratitude. There would be very few divorces if wives would treat- their husbands as they want to be treated. (Released by the Bell Syndicate, Inc.) Daily Bread Continued From Page One have advanced justice and the public welfare. Furthermore, the normal is not always news. Millions of John Joneses may live uprightly, perform valuable duties, be kind Little Rock, July 3 — (UP)—The public will have, to wait a little longer for an explanation of the "long range plans" which are said to be before the State Hospital Board of Control. The board met yesterday in.Lit- tle Rock, most of the time in executive session. Afterwards- the hospital's new superintendent, Dr. George \v: .Jackson said that .any announcement of future plans, ;at this time would 1 -be "premature^". The board acted on the 1947-48 annropriation by not granting the fall salary increases authorized to hosnii-al personnel, The members- said by not granting the full in- uruasiib mere will oe a margin fo" incpntlve for present emoloyes. Board Chairman Faber White of Osccoia explained that further adjustment in the salaries of lower bracket employes probably will be made after the board has selected a personnel manager. wrought production, Edmund FIRST PENTECOSTAL Four.th and Ferguson ; T. F. Ford; Pastor Sunday School —9:45 a.m. i Sunday Worship —11 a.m. ; Sunday Young Peoples Classes — 0:30 p.m. Sunday Evangelistic — 7:30 p.m. Bible Study Friday —7:30 p.m. You are always welcome. DCOTH oF a DOLL © by Hilda Lawrence; Distributed by NEA SERVICE, INC. Goulding's sensitive direction and Lamar Trotti's screen play, which so brilliantly etches every facet of the unusual and tensely dramatic Maugham story, "The Razor's Edge" achieves a terrific emotional impac,t. It is, indeed, a motion picture experience that will take its place high among the screen's greatest triumphs. o Ginger ale is the drink of the senses— it can be seen, heard, smellcd, 'touched, and tasted.; " Little Rock, July 3 —(IP)— State Treasurer J. Vance Clayton yesterday issued checks totaling $556,973 to Arkansas counties for the quarterly turnback of gasoline taxes and oil inspection fees. o : Comments Continued From Page One Brothers- circus. 'The owner of the circus presented him with a. toy elephant and in years since; other friends and customers have added to'the collection'."-!'ji. He has, most of the'. | .tuskers packed away,.'bat there '•. still, .are an even dozen scattered around'the •office.. . . . - - ' husband goes through life believ- to buy ing that his wife is a paragon does them, not depend so much upon her yir- ues as upon her knack of keeping him pleased and satisfied with him sell!. It is not the Other Woman that wives have to fear. It is their own stupidity in not finding out how to r.ub hubby's fur the right way. Wives' Grouch The common grouch among wives fov instance, is that their husbands ake them for granted. They never ell them how young and beautiful .hey _ are, or express any apprec- ation of anything they .do for them. But wouldn't the average husband drop dead with surprise if his wife told him that he was handsomer than Robert Taylor or more fascinating than Clark Gable? And how many wives ever bother to even say "thank you" to the men who spend their lives toiling to support them? Yet husbands have just nv, many sweet teeth as wives have and are just as anxious for a little flattery. Every man has the head-of-the- house complex and would simply eat it up if his wife would make the gesture of kowtowing before Win and making him think that he is the grand supreme ruler of their home. She doesn't even need to take husband's advice unless she wants to. All he wants is just to be asked. Every man who fights the battle of life gets many a hard knock anc comes home bruised and bleeding, and he wants a wife who will bine up his wounds and pour over them the healing oil of her sympathy anc her faith in him. In his hour oi need, no man wants criticism. He wants a wife who will mother him and kiss the place and make it well Every man wants a'wife who wil" be his : press agent. He can't go a round "blowing his own trumpet anc boasting of his achievements with out making himself ''ridiculous. Bu you never heard of a husband who forsook ,the wife who was a gooc showman and who'was always art lessly telling about' what .a big dea her John had just pulled off, o what a big case he had won, or to buy newspapers to read about The commission advocates mut ual criticism and repeal of th "unwritten law" whereby newspapers ignore one another's errors, misrepresentations, ond lies. Well, we don't think they do ignore them. If one newspaper reports the truth where another errs ml lies, the shortcomings are not eing ignored. Errors and misrepresentations re not always malicious. Would it elp, when' they occur, for a rival aper to come forth with an edit- rial saying, "The editor of the VIoming Bugle is a liar" or ontemporary, the Evening Breeze, s staffed by fat-headed executives and lousy reporters"? Newspapers used to do that, back n Horace Greeley's time. They don't today, for the same reason hat other professions don't. Constant mutual criticism would cast loubt on the good faith of the cri- ,ics, and undermine public confidence in an honorable calling made up in the great majority of honorable men. The newspaper profession is by 10 moans perfect. It has its share of publishers and editors of low taste and low standards. But we think they are the exception. Perhans the commission missed bet: by not taking a tip from iournalistic practice and putting a finger on specific evils. If it had named name's, cited'cases, and said "Such things are an affront to the public and a neglect of duty," any dangers to press freedom might be averted more readily. New York City contains Irishmen than does Cork, Ireland. Layman's League COME HEAR OUR PREACHER PREACH First Christian Church MERICA'S >^ STEWART . DONNA-REED WONDERFUL SUN. - MON. - TUK — Features 1:00 V She found the switch and turned t. In one of the two beds a small girl sat up in a welter of blankets, rubbing her short, fair curls and yawning. "Hello, she said. "I had to RO sack to work after dinner, did you?" "No, I went shopping." Ruth hos- tated. "I'm sorry, but they didn't ell me your name. I'm Ruth Miler." The small girl laughed. 'I know ;hat. There's not much I miss! I'm April Hooper. I work around the corner, In the drugstore. Where do you work?" Ruth untied the string on the suit box. I work at Blackmail's." "Like Moke and Poke. Have you known them very long? You do know them, don't you?" "They sent me here." She held up the suit and shook out the folds. She was tired, but she knew she had to be polite. She needed April. "Look, April," she said. She held up the suit. But April had no eyes for clothing. She rattled on. "Moke and Poke are nice. Some people think they're fresh, but I don't. When the weathers bad and there's ice on the payment, they call for me. Even when they have dates, they call for me. They take the time. That's nice, isn't it?" "It surely is." Ruth hung the suit in the closet and closed the door. Chatterbox, she thought wear. "I think they're pretty, too, April said. "Their hair is so soft, and they take good care of then- skin. It's like velvet. I like to .ouch their -faces and they don't mind. It isn't often that you find a nice person who's pretty, too.. ..What do you look like. Huth?" Ruth looked aghast at the small figure huddled in the middle of the bed. Why, the child's feebleminded, she told herself with horror. Why didn't they tell me about her. Feeble-minded. A cloud came over April's face. "Oh," she said. "I'm sorry, Ruth. That's a shame, that's what it is. Nobody told you about me and I've scared you. But you're not to feel bad about me because I don't miml at all. I'm blind." Ruth went slowly to the tumbled bed. Her hands automatically smoothed the covers and rearranged the pillow. April's hand found one of hers and held it fast. "You're not to feel bad, do you hear?" she insisted. "When you're born that way, it doesn't make any difference." When the lights were finally out, Ruth lay awake for a long time. She had promised to breakfast with April, in the dining room. There was no help for it. She had no choice. come over herb!' April led Ruth proudly a paradox that brought smiles to many faces. "We fixed it," Moke said. "You are going to eat at out table. One big happy family. Hey, Clara, two more breakfasts." "Miss Brady's looking for you, Ruth," Poke said. "She wants to tell you about this afternoon, at least that's what she said." "As if we couldn't tell you just as good," Moke jeered, "and no fancy lies thrown in. Its about the tea. We have a tea every Sunday, but this one's different. And worse, We got to make masks for the costume party . . .House birthday party. House is five years old." "Got all our teeth and can wo bite," Poke,said, "Let me tell it, et me. Now get this, Mrs. Marshall-Gill, head of the Board, dreamed up a costume party, everybody dressed alike, rag dolls with the same old false face so nobody knows who anybody is. Rag dolls, I'm not kidding, with rag laces and holes to see and breath through. Shu's even got a prize for the girl who guesses the most other girls. So we're going to make the masks this afternoon, in the lounge. It'll be a scream. With bought refreshments." The breakfasts came on two trays. Ruth pushed hers aside. nine o'clock. The lobby had been full of o'clock. Tje lobby had been full of people when she and April ewt people when she and April went through. She had walked with her eyes lowered. People had crowded about them, jostling. She couldn't do that again. ' "1 can't go," she said suddenly and sharpjy. Even April looked surprised. "I can't go," Ruth repeated, bill she spoke softly. "I'm expecting a call, i may luivc to go out.' bhe put her elbows on the table and shielded her face with her hands. Moke frowned aud her shrewd young eyes moved about the room. Girls, coming and going, House girls, the regular gang. Nothing to make a person hide her face and turn while. She looked at Ruth. Not eating, either. Sick and no fooling. Sick or something. "Okay," she said lightly, "but you got to come for a minute anyway. It's a —what do 1 want to say, Poke?" "An obligation." Moke grew uneasy. She felt re- Moke and Poke screamed across the crowded dining room: "Hey kid 500 WOMEN WANTED spon&ible and helpless. Maybe Ruth really was sick. We got her in here, she argued silently, and it's up to us to see she's okay. .She fell back on her ow|i neverl'ailing panacea. "Listen, Ruth, why don't you go back to bed? Poke and I always do on Sunday. Go on, it'll do you good." Ruih left the table hurriedly. But not until she knew there was no one between her and the door. (.To Be Continued; 1. We prefer particular housewives who demand best in laundry service. 2. If you have small children so much the better. 3. If your husband is cranky about his shirts we will like that too. A 4. If you prefer your bath towels "fluffed" and your sheets and pillow cases snow-white, by all means we want you on our list. if you meet any of the above qualifications, then by all means CALL 164—MONDAY MORNING The N'ew and Modern HOPE STEAM LAUNDRY 406 S. WALNUT • Saturday, July 5, 1947 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS By Chick Young OZARK .IKE WILL you BURGLARS PLEASE STOP MAKING SO < MUCH NOISE, SO WE CAN SLEEP?! THERE.' I HEARD J IT AGAIN/ ) IILDASVyOOD! A 'GET UP AND PAGWOOC", I HEAR A DOWNSTAIRS! AlNt NO ON FUSJ BASE WHEN /V.AH : ; DINAH/S IN TH^ DU60W f\ l GREAT GATE ATTRACTION, IRENE...BUT THE BUT, ^t MAIN REASON ISTO V\ft,MORAN...\ BREAK O2ARK'S 6LUMP/ WHY A 1... AND WHAT BETTER GAT GIRL? I WAY THAN TO HAVE UM-M-M...MY KISS /MAY NOT HAV£ MAt>E AN IMPRESSION ON OZARK, BUT- THERE ARE OTHER WAYS/ A DO SOMETHINS V- ABOUT it.' DINAH NEAR » s . 07 ARKS fc S STEAL!N' I; TH 8A.WL IS GO-IN BUT YOU FORGOT 'THROUGH... By AtkicKael b'Malley & Rolph Lone SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith CARNIVAL By Dick Turrter THANK YOU, MR"..FLINT. NO FINGERPRINTS. Hl& ASSAILANT PftQBABLY jWORE-.6LOV.6S.'..' CLEVER MURDER... THE KILLER HAD A MACABRE SENSE OF HUMOR. DON'T YOU THINK" HIS VICTIM INTO-A CAB AND H^Vll/lG RIM DELIVERED 7 VE;i. FEU* WAS STRANGLED. Ht HAD BHEN DEAD LESS THAN AN HOUR '- WHEN THE-TAM DRIVER GAVE THE; ALARM. VOUD THINK WHO! LISPED WdOiB ^ ENOUGH WHAT ABOUT FIN&ERPRINTS ? WASH TUBBS " HeYta MR.'p'wppi THIS IS Ef\SY. 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