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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 26, 1934, Oakland, California OAKLAND TRIBUNE MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1934 BOBBY THATCHER Into the Night Copyright1934 Storm tar The Tribune J T WAS MIDNIGHT MORDAN PACED HIS STUDY AVOIDING THE STILL FORM OF THE INTRUDER WHO HAD BEEN SLAIN BY CAPTAIN BOTTLEJOHN IVE BEEN OVER THE GROUNDS SIR AND ITS PLAIN ENOUGH HE CAME ALONE ILL SEARCH HIM FOR MARKS OF IDENTIFICATION I KNOW WHO SENT HIM CAN YOU MANAGE TO DISPOSE OF HOUR LATER THE M1GHTV CAPTAIN EMERGED FROM A SIDE DOOR BEARING A SACKED BURDENIN THE DARKNESS THE NIGHT WIND SOUGHED EERILY AMONG THE GAUNT TREES THAT SURROUNDED THE BLEAK OLD MANSION HAROLD TEEN Man About Town Cocyrieht 1934 tor The Tribune Carl Ed HAOoU W NEH HE MR AND MRS A Man and a Mirror Copyright 1334 tor TheTribune1 Hx LooK AT AREKT WE EVER GoiMsTo GET Any NEW FURNITUREf Xou GOING Ti BE CONTENT luffo Ko TffAt oUEE HopELESS XoU DID But ADMIRE IM TALK ABOUT LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE Her Daddy Right or Wrong Copyright 1934 for The Tribune Harold Gray KNEW 1 COULD GET A JOB IF I REALLY WAS WILLING TO TAKE ANYTHING OF COURSE ITS THE HARDEST KIND OF MANUAL LABOR BUT ITS BETTER THAN CHARITY OHt KNEW YOUD LAND Is SOMETHING OF COURSE DOCK HANDS DONT GET MUCH WHY WE WONT EVEN BE ABLE TO AFFORD THIS LITTLE APARTMEMT ITLL MEAN MOVING TO ABOUT TWE CHEAPEST PLACE v WE CAN FIND THATS OK YOU RUN ALONG TO WORK MUSTNT BE LATEYOUR FIRST MORNING ILL FtMD US A PLACE TO LIVE DOWN NEAR THE WATERFRONT LEAVE THAT TO ME WHAT A REAL PARTNERTHE LITTLE DARLING SHES NOT ASHAMED OF ME I REALLY BELIEVE SHES PROUD OF HER OLD DOCKHAND DADDY A THATS LOYALTY FOR YOU JANE ARDEN Monte Barrett and Frank NAPOLEON AND UNCLE ELBY CConyright I034 for The Clifford McBride AN THIS TIME IM TO HAVE VICTORS HE HAS CeH MAKTlMG CAW WO DOUBT OP IT I STILL DONT THE TT2UTHy BUCK ROGERS 25TH CENTURY A D Resort to Strategy IConvriShl 1031 for The Tribune By Phil Nowlan and Richard Calkins WLMA AND BLACK BAR NEVt WAGED A DES PEPArE TO BLOCK THEPLANS OF TO LAND ON KAGTH A PLANETOID AS LAPSE AS A MOUNTAIN AND PACKED W1H DESTRUCTIVE POQCZSPPgreHDlNG TO APDA LA CAME ABOARD OUQ SBACESHIP AND DIS TRACTED OUP ATTEN TION MSTAS ATTACKED AND ED THE CONTROL ROOM ONLV WAS IN THE CONTROL ROOM WHEN XANEO3ASHED IN HUERMM GOING TO BLAST NDU INTO A LlTTLfe CLOUD OP PROTON6 ELECTCONS AND NEUTRONS HELP BUCK 7 HANZS TAUNTING HELP BARNEYGRAB AROXLA WILMA THROUGH A 5TEQN HATCH BUT WERE NOT GOIKG TO XKHfe FROM SHE IS UOYALTO rME BUT SHE YOU THATS SHE ACTED SO SUSPECTS AHj YOUte MY POSITION DIPP1CULT OMUV R IS VOUAMOTD BS I TEUST YOU rCEAUZE YOU AK1E HIGH LIGHTS OF HISTORY At Loganstown ConvriEht IBll for The Tribune J Carroll Mansfield 2ACK IF WE 01 PUT HAVE TO HURRY SO TO GET THIS POWPEP TO 1t THAT CRA2V FQENCMMAN 1 LOOK FOQ ANOTHER PILOT BUT EVEQVMINUTE 550 HELL I HAVE TO DO I DOwT LlkE MJS LOOKSy I WELL kEEP AM EVE OW HIM ANYWAY WELL MUST BE GOING CAST OFF GET UMPEP WAy AT WAIT A A CANOE JUST CAME ALOW35lpey A MAM COMIN A60AQC THAT WAKJTS TO 5EE IM THE PILOT BILL ME NYME MOONS BEEM HURT SOE SEMTME YOU REALIZE JUST MV IS ICooyrlcht 193V for Trtbune TAILSPIN TOMMY The Mystery Is Solved Glenn Chaffin and Hal Forrest Of THE COiOMEL CAMG TO TO PAY OFF AS REAL VALUES I TABLE and CHAIR Set 95 YOUNG hostesses will set many a tea partyon this greenenameled table with its two matching chairs All hardwood Basement Stofe Oaklands Finer Store ;