Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Aug 27 1967, Page 42

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 27, 1967, Tokyo, JapanWritten and ulu Strat a our Loi in All her seventeen years Ann has never known such misery. She has been As Nice As could be to Reynolds but he has rebuffed her. His coldness has broken her heart of revs. In Peep despair Reynolds gazes to the Moonlit Garden Vav Ann he moans How can you Ever look at me again when i fall so far below your peals then he remembers haying said the same thing to lady Aleta and she had said that s simple ask her. Why not he seeks her out next morning and in a Dull discouraged voice says it love you Ann. Have1 your permission to ask your parents for she yells grabbing his Arm. His rival sir Bala Llan Wyn is there for the same purpose and an argument begins. Ann s Mother favors Reynolds As being More 5enteel and schooled but her father holds out for Bala. A we have to put up with a son to Law it is better. To have one who can fight a Case of the argument goes on far into the night but no one knows How it came out or who won. Though the voices Are loud the bedroom doors Are thick. 9but one of us can we we our apy Ann. To nonce Vable that the other would wish to live without her. " How happily you solve these pxo8lems, answers Reynolds. return in two weeks and by that time my Shl up Arm should be Mendez a sword sharpened Reynolds continues on his Way to dim More through forests made Bright with autumn colors. Avann dreams pleasantly of the pay when Reynolds will be hers to guide pet bully care for love and make Happy. Even the noise of Bala whacking a Dummy in the practice Yard in preparation for the coming Duel cannot disturb those dreams. Next week the #0ui\

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