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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 5, 1948, Mason City, Iowa June 4 1948 City CWTto HAMILTON fry tffe FMtaTM SYNOPSIS Depression clouded Paul An drew DeUeourts during the readinr of his late rrandfath ers will As the last of the Del acourts the huge fortune would now be his and he would never know freedom from his responsi bilties He recalled his lonely childhood shortly after his par ents death when ill health had made it impossible for him to at tend public school as his beloved grandfather had wisely planned Instead there had been private tutors school in Switzerland and later college where he had stud ied architecture At the conclu sion of the will however Paul sat in shocked silence for under its terms he received only while the bulk of the estate went to charity of the will ol course but there wouldnt have been that many H they hadnt scented something But Ill settle with them dont worry Paul Andrew sighed Free Not as long as the wolves of the press were on his trail Free No not yet The rain fell in a determined drizzle and the air was pene tratingly cold The young man standing beside the edge of the road thrust his hands deeper into the pockets of his windbreaker and turned his back to the wmu facing hopefully toward Hanover Surely someone would be along soon The snap brim of his hat was down and he had been standms there so long that drops had were dripping oil His suitcase wa CHAPTER 3 THE quiet figures around the table moved got up began to talk to one another Paul Andrews sat still numbed He saw Mr Had ley coming toward him and made a great effort His customary poise clothed him once more as the lawyer spoke My boy I cant tell you how this has weighed on me I want you to know that your grandfa ther did this against my express advice There hasnt been a sin gle time since this will was made when we came together lor busi ness that I have not urged him mans profile was very most masklike Then abruptly ie turned and smiled That s right he said with disarming candor This is my fifteenth hitch And Id made up my mina to settle wherever my fifteenth hitch landed me Why Lose Your job I didnt have one to lose the young man said with some bit terness Not since the war was to reconsider But even formed and occasionally deposited in a sheltered spot un der a bush Perhaps he would have been more sensible to hav stayed in Hanover he though nowat least there was traffi he had been sure the competition from the Dartmouth boys would be so heavy that he had hoisted his suitcase after his last hitch had dropped him there and had walked a good halfmile out of town A truck came lumbering down the road The young man stepped forward his hand upraised thumb out in the immemorial gesture He didnt really hope al 111 though trucks were apt to hVblandTmanner failed and he kinder to Wtchhikers than pti hook his head yate You havent done anything fishy have you The police arent after me if thats what you mean No it aint and you know it I asked you if youd done any thing fishy The drivers eye rested on him briefly but with stern insistence The young man said hurriedly I havent done as you call it There was a si lence He began to wonder if he might be put out before they go to Branfield He had already made up his mind for Branfield He liked the sound of it He said Whats Branfield like It it a big place The driver was shocked Don you know Branfield Why its right important little town Shop ping center for miles around go factories and a goo a lot of the Whit mountain tourist trade in sum mer You never even heard or it He seemed incredulous and pointed Five thousand was just a village For the first time he began to feel a little uneasy What could he do in a town of 5 000 His training seemed more suitable in a larger place where there might be more opnoctuni ties My names Joshua Beadle the driver volunteered suddenly The young man had a feeling that this meant he was accepted This is my own do general Ive been down to White River Junction today to get a new plate glass window for the Chester shoe store Thats why m driving so take hances with plate glass you The young man felt it was his urn He said Im Andrew aulson I come from New York m an architect A what Beadle seemed star led An architect design louses Beadle frowned Now look here whatd you ever leave the city for if thats your work No Dody somewhat indignant Never the young man ad mitted But then that doesnt mean anything Ive never around much How big is got uses an architect around nure Except the summer folks of course but they mostly hire somebody from Boston or New York or one of the big places Andrew Paulson sighed inis was confirmation of what he had already suspected Who does the he asked Beadle laughed Say Paulson he said with a shake of his head our houses are mostly old any how But whatevers new am t just built By the contractor To Be Continued Takes Husband With Her Lynbrook N Y Ann Deor Rockwell 33 waited unti her war veteran husband Albert 40 went to bed Then she stuffed rags under the bedroom door t nrotect him before she turned on ii T the YEAH BUT THE STRANIP HAS THE BEST POPCORN PECULIAR M0710M OF Me Mfl WOMM OLD LIKE its tKwio SKI IF 17 DOESitT ffiO TOO SOOU me I shall be only too slammed behind him and The question which had been were off pounding in his brain broke into He turned to look al driver rwer Pretty near 5000 the driver said with complacency The young man waS SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK Sow I Wmw were old SLfffi SL but all he would I say was that you going my way the young e as to him as his grand hesitated for lack of young com ir hf knew now He was free for in his lifefree nf the necessity to live an unnat ward the road echoed Why thats exactly where Im heading Thats mj stopping place Free To live as he chose Bigelow was talking heatedly with Jessup He knew what was being said as well as if he were there beside them The butler was reprimanding the secretary for not having prevented this appal ling thing Appalling m Bige lows eyes at least And Jessup was defending himself truthfully no he had tried without success to sway the old man A young footman came into the room touched the butler on his shoulder He looked very much distressed The butlers face set in belligerent lines and he strode toward the door then swerved toward his former master Nevins says there are at least a dozen reporters outside he stated with a grim look They say theyre here to get the terms DAILY CROSSWORD 4 Liberates 5 Crushing snake 6 Father of gods Babyl 1 Rub hard 8 Plague II Impudent 13 Guided 15 PJg pen 19 Roman money Thailand 22 South America abbr ACROSS 1 Young cow 5 Fibrous inner bark of trees 9 Smell 10 Atone time 11 Money wagered 12 Of the ear 14 Eagles nests 16 Employ 17 Biblical city 20 Monetary 18 Pierced as unit with a sword 21 Receptacle for sacred utensils Gr antiq 24 Afflrtnative vote 25 Periods of time 27 Not long 31 Over poet 33 Woody perennial 34 Monotonous 38 Exist 39 Sayings 40 Author of Pilgrims Progress 43 Move sideways 46 Implements 47 Verbal 48 Seize 49 Tidings 50 Leanto DOWN 1 Aaocialset 2 Jewish month 3 Teutonic god of evil 23Stepped 26 Varying weight India 28 Gold Heraldry 29 Baled again 30 Years between 12 and 20 32 Polish 34 Owns 35 Combina tion 36 Mother Span 37 Mongrels 41 Builder of the ark Alt m 4 2 2fe 31 24 40 TT cryptogram quotation PBFGQA GURG BYLNDGGWY ORU TZ LUDPU GUW HWQHOW SWWH WKWY SDYMF DY RLW JRKWYRYG Cryptoquote GETTING PATRONAGE IS THE WHOLE ART OF LIFE A MAN CANNOT HAVE A CAREER WITHOUT Distributed by King Inc ITS DID YOU LISTENSNOT PLEASANT SEEING AUNT WHIPLASH MARKS ON A I ASKED YOU SOULBUT YOUR FATHER 15 4fe TODAY THAT5 A COINCIDENCE LL BE 46 NEXT 5UNDAY MVJAYS WONDERED WHO IT YOUREMINDED CONTRARY MOTHER YOURE NOT YOURSEIF TODAY BEVERLY i TRUST ONLY REMINDED ME TODAY 15 MY FATHERS BIRTHDAYHIS 46TH THERE WAS NO BAD NEWS IN THAT LETTER FROM HOME YOUVE SAVED BEVERLY FROM A FAR DEEPER WOUND i THINK ill gas in the kitchen stove t commit suicide Her efforts to sa him failed Police found them bot dead she in the kitchen and he in the bedroom ANY WAY HE SAID TO SURE TO TELL YOU IT IMPORTANT IF YOU CANT YOURE TO CWL HE WANTS SOMEPLACE 7 WAS IT FIVETHIRTY MINETHIRTY By R J SCO SKEETER DID I HAVE ANY PHONE CALLS THIS AFTERNOON BELDEMOR SOMETHING LIKE OH YEAH A MR SHELDON SOMETHING NIME THAT CALLED FOOT m Ht HO PULIS OH MY GOODNESS YOUDOKT IM Sof HlilS WORRVi NOI MEAN MO IF I LOOK ABOUT HM ANTIQUES AND i Xi GUESS WET THOUGHT MS WAS A HAVE A LITTLE CURIO SHOP OF BOTH NDEED ID BE GLAD TO HAVE VOU 100 YEARS OLD CHINESE DELICACY CORKr RUBBER KtVEB WORRIES FA1LURE LEATHER K JET BLACK AMD o PRE5t IS KWOWH By GENE AHERN BOARD AND ROOM HOWEYLAMBHOkJEYPIE WILL YOU BE MY FIFTYSIXTH SAY PUFFLE OF YOURS OVER HERE IS TAKING UP tW PLANTING HATE TO CUT IT OFF BUT CAWT WE COME TO AN AGREEMENT ON GROUND RENT BEEN WAmNG FOR A CHANCE TO KID THIS OLD WIND TUNNELAND HIS WATERMELON GROWING THRU FENCE KNOTHOLE INTO MY YARD IS A PERFECT WHERE YOU YOUR WOTTA WOTTA JR HiGHMESS 5IF OAKY DOAK5 CM GUIDE US ACROSS THE MOOR WQTTA TOMATO WS SHOULD SOB WELL VJONDEO WKATS IS A SUBTLE ARE GETTING LICKS DATING WHILE SOME MODEST MAIDENS Rtjisltrtil U S BACKYES BUT WHOS US INAS IF I DIDNT J 15 CAPTAIN UtLL FLX THE PLfxME AFTER WE REACtt THE cSOODBY SIRAMD DOKT BRING APRIL f BACK AND SASSV WE WILL SOON BE OVEK TUE SUEZ CANAL WE SHALL CUMB MKAW BY MY CALCULATIONS SOON BE OVER THE SUEZ CANAL I HOPE THE BRITISH HAVE SOME SCOUTS UP WILL INVITE US TO COME TO EARTH My dear its a divine portrait it doesnt look anything like you his passenger a frankly suspi cious one now But what he saw seemed to reassure him a little The young man had taken off his hat to shake the moisture from it and his dark hair lay in crisp waves along his head The side parting gave him a boyish look though it was obvious he was near 30 A cleanshaven face in nocent of guile though reserved in expression was accented by a thin rather hooked nose and a strong lean jaw His clothes were good too the driver noticed although they looked as if they could stand a good pressing And the suitcase was of excellent cowhide He saia suddenly How come you picked Bran field Just because I was going there There was a silence The young Yesterday Answer 42 Couple 44 Mandate 45 Elevated trains short ened 20
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