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Strange Suspense Stories #72, October 1964, Charlton Comics

  1. 1. — I CAN'T s-rop w- WHV AM I PMNTING HELLO JAKE! :~r's rams §EIl. :.1'_’I MUST THIS? WHO /8 /7'? FOR u. <'. TO HAVE A LITTLE J""": . . Nyl/ V/_-/ A7 WAS 7/xr S7;{fANGE POWER ’ or. .. A =
  2. 2. NEVER AGAIN ALL ONLY $1.00 You an 20 DIFFERENT rovs, emas AND MAGIC nucxs ALL IN om: mansunz cmzsr . . - . - - . . . . . . . . caucus. n-uou-----nu. n§~uoQ~nnuu€nou‘ RUSH ORDER NOW! wonu: WIDE SPECIALTIES. on-*r. BC.564 P.0. IOX 151. otnnv. couu. Gentlemen: . -.--. --51.. --. ... ... -. Plelse Rush me . .. Treasure (‘hes-I la! 1 I I I E : Encloud In S. .. ... ... .. (cub. check. In. o.) : 5 $1.00 elch plus 25¢‘ posusre & hamllimz. E I I I I AUTHENTIC SHARK TOOTH. Those giant raiders of the deep with their flash- ing teeth and sleek bodies give us these co| |ector's items on sturdy chains. Get your Shark Tooth today. Amaze Your F rie Flnclosal ns 3. . ... ... ... ... . . . (cash. rhock. m. o.) No (‘.0 D's OE”. gC_564 WORLD WIDE SPECIALTIES PO. BOX 151, DEIIY, CONN. STRANGE SUSPENSE STORIES VOLUME 1. NUMBER 72 OCPOBER. 1984 'I‘ubHshe¢‘i Bimonthly liy Charlt_on Comic_s Group. Executive offices and office of publication. Charlton Building. ,. D¢l'b! . 001171» Second _(»13_53 M3-MR8 privileges authorized and postage paid at the Post Office at Derby. Conn. Price rger CODY 126- Subscrzpuon 6 issues 70¢. International copyright. secured. All rights reserved. Pm. Masulli.
  3. 3. UFIHIILIUN liUII*'III. iD IIIIIII. ‘IUU I'w’E'UI‘i: '2! FRANK WILTON WAS A SIMPLE MAN WITH SIMPLE TAsTEs! WHEN HE BOUGHT THE SMALL. ONE—MAN COAL MINE IN THE HILLS. HE FIGURED IT wouLD BRING IN JUST ENOUGH EE- NENuE TO suppoar HIMSELF AND HIS WIFE: yur HE NENEE DREAMED THAT IT wouLD LEAD HIM INTO A STRANGE AND TERRIFVING WORLD! A WORLD WHERE DESTRUCTION WAS THE BV-WORD. AND MADNEss WAS AT THE CONTROLS! V DI2. NORGO. vou cAN"r HOLD THE WORLD RESPONSIBLE FOR voua DISAPPOINTMENTS! vou CAN'T so THROUGH WITH THIS! IT'S WRONG! As A scIENTIsT. WHEN I PULL THIS LEVER. STRATEGIC CITIES AND IMPORTANT LOCATIONS ALL OVER THE WORLD WILL CEASE TO FUNCTION! WITH ONE GESTUREI THE WORLD WILL - FREEZE IN ITS TRACKS; AND ALL MANKIND «WILL HENCEFORTH DO MV BIDDING! I SHALL VOU SHOULD KNOW THAT BETTER BE KING OF THE WORLD. AND ALL WHO LIVE I THAN ANVONE! PLEASE! I BEG §m_ IN IT WILL BE MV LOVAL SUBJECTS! ___j___ vou. IN THE NAME OF ALL _ I_, ‘ MANKINDI! ,_ I 3? I I I I H_4j§l! E®" , , Wr’L7'fl; L “ fs ‘ I “. §%)* I ' I ‘f“VWV" , ' 5) “I _ . ‘V THIS FAN- I-I I HOW Do vou LIKE IT'S FINE. FRANK! TASTIC 5~, I* E-““ T. .I I1. DEAR? JUST WHAT I HOPED srozw BE- -_“. : . -k~vv, A _ IT WOULD BE! GAN IN A A" -I‘ f.5'“‘ I 2 , * MOST o2- DINARV WAY! I I . FEANK ' ‘ '3 3 I . 5 , ’ 3/ ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ : I’ , . __, . ‘ I -_-, - WILTON PUR- Is’ . ’: - VI II I : ;»H~~ . .; . v . .-H; -, E ; » cHAsED A E. I vs ‘I ' — A-"3 ~--~ SMALL COAL MINE! THIS “AS TO BE THE HOME ’ . , AND WORKING ; I I*_~“ ~“~. w- ‘+ 5 ; _ Vi I F A PLACE FOR - : _ AI * ~. A, . I‘, ; THE C°NTEN- “ ' -. ' .1 f I TED COUPLE! ‘ '3 PEAcE, AND QUIET: ENOUGH KNEW TO ‘_ , . ~ . LIVE ON. “‘ ' I ~. ' ”“ ' H AND NO _ ~~ I . . H WORRIES. . . ", = ~L-.
  4. 4. STRANGE SUSPEIISE STIJRIES LIFE WAS GOOD FOR FRANK! THE MINE THUS HE AND HIS WIFE LIVED. ALONE GAVE HIM COAL. AND HE GOT A GOOD AND CONTENT. .. PRICE FOR IT IN TOWN. .. HOW DID FINE! JUST FINE! THE MINE THERE'S ENOUGH COAL GO TODAVI IN THERE TO KEEP US FOR A GOOD. LONG THIS IS THE LIFE! HARD WORK: PEACE AND QUIET. .. WELL. I'LL BE. ./ IT'S A IVETAL PLATE OF SOME HMMM. ..'rHAT's A I<IND. ..NHAT's IT DOING FUNNV. ..THE WALL _ I . WAV DOWN HERE. ..! GOT so A" MUCH HAEDEE ALL OF A SUDDEN! IT--IT'S THERE'S LIGHT COMING FROM THE MOVING! MAV- OTHER S| DE. ..MAVBE IT'S A SECRET BE IT'S A MILITARV BASE. ..BUT I CAN'T STOP DOORWAV OR NOW. ..GOT TO FIND OUT. .. SOMETHING. ..
  5. 5. nflfll-IUII UUIIIIUQD “IIE IUU IIIIIIIEE FOR A SANPLTKE IT--IT CAN'T BE! OR FOR ING! IT'S SOME ANV MAN, KIND OF LABORAT THE TORV! auT WHAT s 5,GHT IT DOING HERE. THAT HE UNDER THESE HILLS? ALL THIS EQUIP- MENT! MUST HAVE AND UN- cosT A FORTUNE! BELIEVE VOU ARE A8- UH! ! WHA--? WHERE I. DR. NORGOI NORGO? NEVER SOLUTELV COR- ARE VOU? HOW'D KNOW EVERVTHING! HEARDIOF VOU! RECT. MR. VOU KNOW_MV NAME? MOST ESPECIALLVI WHAT S THIS WILTON! I KNOW ABOUT VOUI ALL ABOUT? MV NEW NEIGHBOR! VOU ARE THE FIRST RIGHT NOW I'M MR. WITLON. PERSON EVER TO SEE JUST PLAIN FROM THIS I'M GOING TO RUN MV LABORATORV! VOU CONFUSED! ROOM: I SHALL IT FOR VOU! NOW SHOULD FEEL WHAT IS THIS SOON GAIN WHAT'S REALLV HAP- HONORED. .. CONTROL OF PENING DOWN HERE? THE ENTIRE VOU WORK FOR THE GOVERNMENT ON A SECRET PROJECT? / ‘f| I?ILIII: f' AZTZB = fl IMIILII: QA-
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  7. 7. 'so wou Do NOT as- I DON'T KNOW WHAT'S GOING ON HEREi BUT IT'S MIGHTV STRANGE LIEVE ME? COMEi I WILL SHOW VOU! MV OWN EQUIPMENT. WHICH I HAVE DESIGNED AND ' BUILT ALL BV MYSELF! VOU SEE THAT MAN WALK- ING NEAR THE EIFFEL TOWER? W I DON T BELIEVE! IT MUST BE SOME IEIIHIILI UII UUMIU5 V 'sAv/ IBV USING THIS EG- IiIVI IUII MUI'II: ! ALL THOSE 1»: sers IN THIS ‘ one zoom; AND LOOK HOW vou PICKED up THOSE are CITIES so FAR AWAV! vou MUST as WORKING WITH THE COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE. .. UlPMENTi I CAN TRANSMIT ANV THOUGHT COMMAND TO THAT MAN: AND MAKE HIM CAN MAKE HIM THINK HE'S A DOG OR COME ON: DOC! WHO ARE VOU TRV ING TO KID? PERHAPS ANOTHER DEMONSTRATION WILL‘ CONVINCE VOUJ AS VOU NO DOUBT HEARD ON THE RADIO. THE PRIME MIN- ISTER OF GANDU IS SCHEDULED TO AR- RIVE AT OUR NATION S CAPITAL TO- DAV! IF VOU LOOK ON THE SCREEN: VOU CAN SEE THAT HE IS ARRIVINO AT THIS VERV MOMENT! .. AND I “I suppose vou
  8. 8. STRANGE SIISPENSE STORIES - suppose WE : rusT VOU CAN'T no V NOW ARE VOU HE---HE on: IT! THOUGHT-COMMAND THAT. ’ IT wouua cowuuceo. we. ‘ HE SLAPPED HIM! out DELEGATE To START AN m— WILTON? SLAP THE VISITOR TERNATIONAL ~ ACROSS THE FACE. ’ '0.. . INCIDENT! UP TO NOW YOU HAVE ONLV SEEN IS- ” THAT'S WHAT VOU I M AFRAID THAT ISOLATED LITTLE BITS OF MV POWER! THINK! I'M GOING H WOULDN'T DO: SHORTLV I WILL PULL THIS‘LEVER AND TO TELL THE ” MR. WILTON. .. THEREBV TRANSMIT A MASS THOUGHT- ' COMMAND TO EVERY HUMAN BEING ON THIS-EARTH! u n A a u 4 I VOU HAD BEST STAV ‘BUT VOU STILL 'I WOULD PREFER NOT TO CAPTURE VOUR WHERE VOU ARE. MR. NEED A SIMPLE MIND BEFORE VOU HAVE WITNESSED WILTON! AFTER ALL. WEAPON LIKE A ” MV TRIUMPH! VOU WILL BE THE VOU ARE ABOUT TO . T”AGUNn EH? ,1 ONLY OTHER HUMAN BEING WHO WITNESS MAN'S . ’ ' ILL KNOW WHAT IS GOING GREATEST EX- PERIMENT! “ -‘. ‘~‘~. ~¢. ':~ '. §‘
  9. 9. IJHAIILIUII UUMIU5 GIVE YUII MUHEI WHAT ' I'VE WORKED BELOW THE I SHALL GO THROUGH V HE 'S DONE ‘ IS GROUND LONG ENOUGH TO WITH MY PLAN! THERE! FOR! I'D HAPPENING? KNOW WHEN I HEAR A . IT IS DONE! I--- BETTER TRY CAVE-IN STARTING! AAAAHHHHH! TO SAVE WE'D BETTER GET OUT ' ' MYSELF! OF HERE! V ' GOT TO MAKE IT! BUT I WONDER IF FRANK! I AND SHE HIS PLAN WORKED. ..IF IT DID. THEN WAS SO WOR- SEEMS NORMAL! I GUESS EVERYONE IN THE WORLD WILL BE RIED! ARE DR. DOGRO'S PLAN UNDER HIS SPELL. AND HE PROBABLY YOU ALL DIDN'T WORK AFTER ALL! DEAD! SO HE WON'T BE ABLE TO BRING RIGHT? WOW! GOT OUT OF THERE THEM OUT OF IT! JUST IN TIME! EXPERIMENT? IT'S GOING TO BE ALL AGO I HAD THE DID WORK! BUT THE EXPERIMENT? RIGHT NOW. ANNIE! STRANGEST FEEL- CAVE-IN MUST FRANK. WHAT I'LL TELL YOU ALL ING! SUDDENLY I HAVE DESTROYED ON EARTH ARE ABOUT IT. BUT FIRST COULDN'T MOVE. HIS EQUIPMENT AN YOU TALKING I'D BETTER TELL THE MY MIND WENT AND STOPPED THE ‘ POLICE. ..IF THEY'LL BLANK! BUT IT REACTION! . BELIEVE ME. .. PASSED VERY QUICKLY!
  10. 10. Slflflfllit SIISPENSE STIJRIES HAL. PLEASE LISTEN DON'T WORRY. HONEY! ‘ TO ME! DON'T DRIVE NOTHING CAN HAPPEN TODAY! I HAVE A TER- TO ME TODAY. .. RIBLE FEELING ABOUT TODAY'S RACE. ..! HAL ASTOR DID NOT FEAR-4! DEATH! ..HE KNEW HIS NUMBER WASN'T UP! ... WHEN I WAS A LITTLE BOY MY MOTHER USED TO TELL ME I wouLD NEVER HAVE A FEW MINUTES LATER HAL ASTOR'S CAR WENT OUT re ON THE FOURTEENTH DAY OF "‘ THE MONTH! I KNOW IT SOUNDS SILLY. BUT I BE- LIEVE IT. . HAL! I Y NO oNE couLD WAS AFRAID or POSSIBLY WALK" THIS HAPPEN- AWAY FROM THAT 1 ToLD vou NOTHING COULD ING. .! ALIVE. .! HARM ME TODAY. MoNA! IT IsN'T THE FOURTEENTH OF THE MONTH! .. ,
  11. 11. UIIAIILTUIII IIUIIIIIJS GILIE ‘IUU I-IIIIIIEI _ IMPORTANCE. ..THE TRAD- ELWIN HANSON WAS A QUIET LITTLE MAN OF NO REAL AND “DST ITIoNAL CHRISTMAS oFFIcE PARTV WAS A GAY EVENT FoR EVERYONE. .. PEoPLE DIDN'T EVEN REALIzE ELWIN WAS THERE. .. H MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE! MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR. ..! / /// I ' ' ' II « "“III , . , .. . ‘ ~__A€__' 7.? .. .. 1»: ;». , - . -. I . 5, kLu§. .glI’z{X > - C‘-" "*5. . I <_. _.;9-~--; ;--—-‘‘4a.4.-. g4't= ::-i; s‘ ‘ ': T' AH. TO BE A HANDSOME YOUNG ‘ COME ON] GRANDPA! "IT'S NICE OF YOU TO‘ LAD AGAIN. ..WHEN I WAS THEIR ‘ WHY DON T YOU THINK OF ME. CHILD! AGE THE GIRLS WOULD NEVER L JOIN THE PARTY? BUT I'M AFRAID I'D LEAVE M ALONE. ..BUT ALAS. -—- I _ ONLY BE IN YOUR THE YOUNG WAY! IT'S TIME I WENT HOME. .. TAKE NO NOTICE OF THE
  12. 12. STRANGE Sll5I’I: flSl: alumna ON THE WAY HoME. ELWIN DECIDED ELWIN DIDN'T REALIzE IT. BuT uPoN EN- To MAKE A SToP. .. TERING THE BooKsToRE HE HAD ENTERED AN . F-» ENTIRELV NEW WORLD. .. PERHAPS I LL PICK up A BooK To READ oN A LoNELV CHRISTMAS EVE. .. GOOD DAY. MR. HANSON. ..? EXPECTING MEP? HOW 3 CouLD YOU? ?? » zrmomsy W1 ' -/ I» '1 "" ‘ I -‘ V 7, . 5; '$? "'4 I . A '1 , , ', ; N WEREN'T I KNOW MANY THINGS. MY TO THE RIGHT LEM? WHAT YOU THINK- FRIEND! YOU WOULD BE SUR- PLACE TO ARE YOU ING JUST A PRISED TO LEARN THE SOLVE YOUR . TALKING SHORT TIME THINGS I KNOW. .. PROBLEM! 9 ABOUT? ? AGO HOW NICE a, IT WOULD BE IF ALL THOSE . YOUNG AND AT- J ’ TRACTIVE GIRLS ‘. WOULD BE INTER ESTED IN YOU AGAIN? BUT HOW ON EARTH DID ‘ YOU KNOW? ?
  13. 13. CHARLTON COMICS GIVE YOU MORE! 7 VOU'RE TAKING ADVANTAGE 0: AN ‘%%? I HAVE SOMETHING OLD MAN WHOSE MIND IS NoT WHAT / ’ SPECIAL FOR vou. .. IT USED TO BE! I'M AE2AID. I , DON'T uNDERsTAND WHAT'S GOING . on; .-g ~ HIS BOOK HOLDS THE THE ANSWERS TO HERE! SIT DOWN AND ANSWER TO VOUR MV DREAMS. .? REST FOR A WHILE! READ! FONDEST DREAMS. .. AND SOON VOU'LL DIS- COVER WHAT I MEAN. .. THE OLD MAN BE- GAN TO READ. .. SOON HE WAS DEEPLV ENGROSS- ED IN THE THIS IS VERV I'M ALI. ALONE. ’ HE WAS INTERESTING. BUT * HERE A MINUTE AGO! WHAT'S I DON'T KNOW GOING oN HERE? ?? WHAT IT HAs—-- WHERE'S THE STOREKEEPER? WHERE ARE vou? ??
  14. 14. ELWIN HANSON DID NOT HEAR I'M AFRAID I cAN'T THE BELL RING AS SOMEONE HELP VOU. MV DEAR! ENTEREo. ..HE STOOD EEEORE I'M NOT THE STORE- THE MIRROR AMAZED AT WHAT - KEEPER! HE SAW. . . I'M A VOUNG MAN. AGAIN/ I'VE GROWN VOUNG AND HAND$OME. ..! / ‘ = =* II»= T—= =3[ I ANVTHING ; NO! IT'S -- IT'S . JUST THAT Vou-RE ‘THE HANDSOMEST MAN I'VE EVER SEEN! .. . x-. .-. ... ... ... [7] “WT' - - ~Q v . ~z' I 3 r 5 5 L WAIT! DON'T G0! I DON'T EVEN KNOW VOU'RE TOO VOuR NAME. ./ _, . GOOD TO BE ‘ TRuE/ I MUST LEAVE! ..
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  17. 17. COMMONWEALTH VERSUS | .C. M. 521 Chief Justice Mergerson: The fact in this case are simple and I see no reason why it ever came before this court. The Circuit Court of Appeal gave its decision and I feel definitely it should stand and sentence should be carried out as provided for by Section 2350 of the Revised Code. On April 16, 1985, John Harrison was a card sorter in the marking division ‘of the Civil Service Division. His duties were merely those of a routine nature. He carried the examination punch cards from room 21 to room 35 where they were then fed into an l. C.M. 621 computer machine. At noon on that day of April I6, 1985, John Harrison was approached by one Carl Thief, who had taken the examination to be a second grade clerk inthe State Department. Carl Thiel said he knew something about the operation of an l. C.M. 621 computer machine. And furthermore he also knew that his code number on the punch card was A-K-52. His proposal was illegal. For the sum of two hundred dollars John Harrison would punch three‘ extra holes into the examination card and this Carl Thiel would pass with a high mark instead of failing. John Harrison is open court admitted his part in this terrible crime. He punched those three holes into the card which he had taken out of a batch of one hundred examination cards. Those were then fed into the | .C. M. 621 computer machine. With the result that Carl Thiel passed with the grade of 98.2 and was given an appointment two weeks later in the State Department. John Harrison then sought out other candidates for different examinations. And for a cash consideration punched additional holes into their examination cards. Seven other candidates paid money to John Harrison. They could not withstand the call of temptation. But the eighth one Fred Resniclr, immediately came to the proper authorities and told of the ‘offer made to » him. As a result he was told to go ahead and thus John Harrison was caught red- handed as he started to feed an examination Card with three extra holes into the l. C.M. 621 computer. He and the other men were all sentenced to long terms in imprisonment. But what about the l. C.M. 621 computer machine? Without its help this terrible crime of cheating could not have been accomplish- ed. The charge against this computer was based on the grounds of Conspiracy. At common law, a conspiracy consists not merely in the intention but in the agreement of two or more persons (not being husband and wife) to do an unlawful act or to do a lawful act by unlawful means. So long. asl the design rests in intention only, it is not indictable. When two agree to carry it into effect, the very plot is an act in itself It is beyond any dispute that what we had here was a Conspiracy. Both l. C.M. 62l computer and one John Harrison did conspire together to have cards with" additional punch holes marked at a higher level and thus enable the eople so concern- ed to obtain passing marks and positions. Therefor it is my opinion and judgment that the verdict of the Circuit Court of A pool Stand. And that execution be carri out against l. C.M. 621 computer machine in that it be melted and the parts thrown into the scrap heap of disgraced machines. Justice Frank Merriworth: I find that I, must disagree with my learned brother on’! this bench who is also Chief Justice of the’ highest court in the land. Whenever I am told that the facts in any case are simple I‘ at once exam them with exceeding care. Andi: I can state that the result generally is that which looked simple somehow turns out to? be rather complicated. Because it is my: opinion that the case against l, C_M_ 62]" computer should never have gotten into any court at all. As a matter of fact there should never have been any indictment. '1
  18. 18. Learned counsel, Walter Patterson, For the l. C.M. 62l computer has pf€P°'°‘l W‘ an able brief for his client. He has Called attention to the fact that Section 2350 of the Revised Code applies only to those machines which are capable of doing think- ing on their own part. in other words, unless a machine can -make either an intellectual or moralldecision, it does not come under this section of the Revised Code. He has submitted with his brief, statements from the Engineers in the Los Angeles Plant of the Sclamper Manufacturing Company. This particular machine must follow directions of the controlling tape. Furthermore, the Engineers all admit, that hither to nobody had ever figured that some dishonest person would punch extra holes into the examination record cards to be fed into the l. C.M. 621 machine. The new tapes may warn the machine of this danger and now it is impossible for this type machine to be fooled by a dishonest clerk. ln order for the charge of Conspiracy to stand against the l. C.M. 62l computer you had to start with an agreement between this machine and John Harrison. But where is the agreement? .ln order to have an agreement you first must have a meditation upon the situation, with a choice either to do or not to do a given action, and then with the exercise of free ‘will that decision. And after the decision had been made there must be a carrying out either of an unlawful act or the doing of a lawful act by unlawful means. The l. C.M. 621 computer was incapable of coming to any such agreement. Or in other words, it had no volition of its own. It had to follow orders as iven to it by the controlling tape. And urthermore it was incapable of distinguising the holes made by the examination machine from the holes made by John Harrison. Therefore it is my opinion and judgment that the verdict of the Circuit Court of Appeal be reversed. And that l. C.M. 62l be freed and permitted to carry on its assigned task of sorting examination cards. Of course with a new tape in its control unit. Justice Alexander Tanner: .I find that I must agree with my learned brother on this bench, Justice Frank Merriworth. Sentence should be carried out on the culprit, l. C.M. 621 computer. But I must disagree with as to the low to be applied and his reason- ing thereto in the application of the law of Conspiracy. I do not wish to be an alarmist. But we are facing a terrible situation in today's world when we permit more and more of our activities to be regulated and handled by thesemachines. Need l remind my brothern of the terrible events of five years a o? When eight Robot Guiders. |. T.K. -l 's- seized control of the arsenal at Springfield? They wanted to take over the country and make us human beings subject to them. Many lives were lost in that bloody battle before those Robot Guiders were finally subdued. There was no necessity of apply- ing Section 235a of the Revised Code to them. Under the Police Powers of the Federal Government they were tried, convicted, and sentence quickly executed. As a warning to anyother Robot Guiders who might get the same idea into their transistor brain, we still have the junk heap outside the arsenal at Springfield. The motive or the use of will power or even the lack of will power on the part of the l. C.M. 62l computer is not the issue. lt is the action that counts. And since without the action of this computer it is evident that the plan of one John Harrison could not have been carried out, it follows logically that this computer is guilty. And hence it is my opinion and judgment that the verdict of the Circuit Court of Appeal Stand. And that execution be carried out against l. C.M. 62l computer machine in that it be melted and the parts thrown into the scrap heap of dis raced machines. Justice Dorothy Sullivan: What has happened to my brotheren on the bench? Where is the ounce of mercy and compassion that should be in their hearts and souls? Here is a young l. C.M. 621 computer. Just three months old to be exact from the records supplied to us. And we wish to execute this machine? if a child under seven is incapableof committin afelong-and when I say under seven l a not mean months but years-what about a machine? A young tender innocent machine of only three months existence in our world? How cruel can you be? It certainl deserves a chance to grow up in our world and perform good services to the community. Hence I find I must agree with my brother Justice', Frank Merriworth only insofar as he says that the judgment and verdict of the Circuit Court of Appeal be reversed. And that l. C.M. 621 be freed. Clerk of the Court: Since this is an evenly split decision, wherein two Justices want the verdict to stand, and two Justices want it to be reversed, the law in case of such 'udicial ties must be followed. And the ru e is that the decision of the Court of Appeal stand. Wowit, that l. C.M. 62l com- puter on the 24th. day of the year l886 be taken to the arsenal at Springfield. And there, in the presence of legally appointed officials, be melted and the parts thrown into the scrap heap of disgraced machines.
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  23. 23. STRANGE SIISPENSE STORIES rrvs VERV LATE. .. . I'M TIRED. .. J i SOON IT WAS FINISHED. .. NOW WHV ON EARTH WOULD I WANT TO PAINT A PORTRAIT LIKE THAT? I DON'T EVEN KNOW SUCH A PERSON! VET I FELT COMPELLED TO DO W I ~}-“ . ‘.“I$: . . ,.~'-. .II*-‘-“. .«. II uu-tr JAKE: THE TIME THAT VOICE! ' NO! ..B--BUT IT'S NOT % HAS COME FOR US WHO'S N THIS HlDlNGi POSSIBLE! I MUST BE CNER TO HAVE A LITTLE ROOM? HERE , JAKE! EXHAUSTED! MV IMAGINA- TALK! ARE VOU HIDING? I'M TION IS PLAVING TRICKS RIGHT ON ME! HERE! THINK WHAT VOU WILL. WH--WHAT VOU CALL VOURSELF AN JAKE! BUT I AM HERE DO VOU ARTIST! VET: VOU ARE NONE OF NEVERTHELESS. .. WANT? WHV AFRAID TO FACE THE VOUR ARE VOU WORLD WITH YOUR WORK BUSINESS! HERE? AND LET THEM JUDGE IT!
  24. 24. STRANGE SIISPENSE STURIES IF I'M WRONG: WHV“'LlES! LIES! I DON'T VOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO DO VOU GET SO UP- IT--lT: S JUST HAVE TO SILENCE ME TEMPORARILV: SET? VOU KNOW I THAT I M NOT LISTEN BUT VOU CAN'T ESCAPE SPEAK THE TRUTH! READV VET! TO VOU! ME! NOT AS LONG AS VOU VOU'RE A COWARD! SOMEDAV I WILL THIS WILL RUN AWAV FROM THE WHV DON'T VOU BE! I SWEAR IT! SHUT VOU TRUTH! GOODBVE FOR ADMIT IT? UP! NOW. .. I ‘MV PROBLEMS JAKE DECIDED TO EARN SOME MONEV EV ARE GETTING - PAINTING PORTRAITS OF ANVONE WHO THE BETTER OF WOULD PAV HIS PRICE! THE WORK AN- ME! I--I MUST NOVED HIM: BUT IT HELPED TO PAV MAKE SOME THE BILLS. .. MONEV TO RE- . PLEASE SIT LIEVE MV MRS. MORTON TOLD ME STILL: MRS. TENSION! A. vou no WONDERFUL KAPP! I'M THAT-s IT! _ . WORK! THAT'S WHV I ALMOST BUT I WON T , .~-/ . CAME To vou! i FINISHED! BE FORCED ‘ - . ~» '1 INTO AN Ex- HIBITION! THERE ARE OTHER WAVS. .. DON'T TouCH THAT 1 ONLV WANTEDI‘ BUT WHEN HE WAS ALoNE. JAKE COULD CLoTH! IT-s NoNE To sEE THE NoT RESIST UNCOVERING THE SINISTER OF voue BUSINESS! PICTURE! vou PAINTING! AND EACH TIME HE DID so. ~ DON'T HAVE To THAT FACE WAS THERE To To2wENT sHouT. MR. HIM. .. I TAVLOR! I M STILL VOU'RE DRIVING HERE: JAKE! AND ME CRAZV: DO I'LL STAV AS LONG vou KNOW As VOU CONTINUE THAT? WHV To HIDE FROM WON'T vou REALlTV/ COWARD! LEAVE ME ALONE?
  25. 25. ._: . -» I x, .- “ . UHIIHLIUIII UUIVIIU5 liIIIi: YUU IIIIIUIIE: JAKE COULD CONTAIN HIMSELF NO THE PAINTING WAS DESTROVED. ..THE LONGER. .. VOICE WAS SILENCED. .. v 1 'I KNOW HOW TO GET RID VOU CAN'T I MUST BE HAVING OF YOU! VOU WON'T GET RID OF ‘SOME KIND OF NIGHT- TORTURE ME ANV ME so LONGER! EASILV! HA! I ‘ - Pr 9 . .)§: .‘. -‘: .‘: ' —. -.-- .2,’ THE MORNING PAPER BROUGHT FURTHER HORROR TO JAKE. .. THUS BEGAN JAKE S STRANGEST AND MOST EAGER ATTEMPT AT CREATION. .. IT--IT'S H I M! THE FACE IN MV PAINT- ING! BUT IT CAN'T M TO LIFE AGAIN! THAT MAN *. IN THE NEWSPAPER ‘ MUST BE SOMEONE JAKE'S FALSE Egg; PERHAPS THIS GUILT FEELING IRE TIME I WILL DO CAusED HIM To ,4? IT. ..I MUST! 1 EMBARK UPON A V I cANNoT srop MISSION WHICH WOULD TAKE - HIM THE REST OF HIS LIFE! WEAR AFTER VEA2 I HE STRUGGLED TO RECAPTURE THE FACE OF THE MAN HE HAD PAINTED. IF HE COULD DO THAT. THEN THE FACE wouLD AGAIN TALK«TO HIM. AND JAKE WOULD BE ABLE TO I FREE HIS MIND! BUT ALL ATTEMPTS I WERE FUTILE. .. 3'
  26. 26. DIIHIILIUFI UUIVIIUD l: III; Ifi WUU FIIUIIEI FOR THE FIRST TIME REX'REFUSED TO OBEV HIS MASTER. ..HE WOULDN T CROSS THE STREET. .. *’r"; P-"-F-I"‘v I’ rr’-. ' - ' ". 74.3 . ’. ,_ MANN THINGS IN LIFE ARE TAKEN FOR GRANTED. ..AMONG THEM IS THE FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN MAN AND HIS DOG. ..IT TOOK A STRANGE INCIDENT TO PROVE THIS TO DAVE DANFIELDL. COME ONI REX! THE STORE WILL CLOSE SOON. .. WHAT'S WRONG WITH VOU. REX? WHV DON'T VOU DO . AS I SAV? Ia; , — M If‘ -; ..~‘: vI"-'-; ‘». -‘Tow’ '. . IIH3 I DON'T KNOW HOW VOU KNEW " WHAT WAS GOING TO HAPPEN! BUT I PROMISE NEVER TO DOUBT VOUR INTELLIGENCE AGAIN. .. .5”
  27. 27. UIIRHLIUII UUMIUD I. iIVI IUU IVIUIIII THE IMZMA CHINE DESPITE THE VEARS OF MCCKERV AND LAUGHTER PROFESSOR KAZ CONTINUED HIS WORK ON A FANTASTIC NEW MACHINE. ..A MACHINE ABLE TO RESTORE VQUTH/ ___ FINALLV THE GREAT DAV CAME. .. IT'S DONE! DO VOU HEAR? I VE COMPLETED THE KAZMACHINE! CHARLES! RAVI COME HERE! EOTH OF VOU! COME SEE | THE KAZMACHINE! . THE VEARS OF RIDICULE ARE OVER! NO MORE DERISION! NO MORE SNEERS BEHIND MV BACK! THEV'LL SING A DIFFERENT TUNE NOW! THE KAZMACHINE WILL PROVE T TO THE WORLD I'M NOT A LUNATIC AF- TER ALL! uy VOUILL BE FAMOUS. PROFESSOR! EVERV SCIENTIST ALL OVER THE WORLD WILL RESPECT VOU! IT ALL ALONGI PROFESSOR! WE KNEW THAT SOE DAV VOUID PROVE VOU WERE
  28. 28. STRANGE SIISPENSE STORIES WE MUST OF r HELLO. MV LITTLE _ DON'T BE NERVOUSI GET DOCU- COURSE! FELLOW! OUR BIG MOMENT JARVIS] IN A LITTLE MENTED I'LL GET IS AT HAND. JARVIS! THE WHILE VOU'LL BE THE | PROOF! OUR DAV WE'VE BEEN WAITING MOST FAMOUS MONKEV LITTLE FOR! AREN T VOU IN THE WORLD! MORE FRIEND. FAMOUS THAN THE JARVIS! SCRAWNV LITTLE FELLOWS THAT ORBITED- THE EARTH. ... & SIT NICELV NOW! THIS WON'T HURT VOU AT ALL. .. FRACTIONS OF SECONDS AFTER THE PRO- FESSOR PULLED THE LEVER ACTIVATING THE MACHINE ELECTRIC CHARGES FILLED THE I'LL NOTE THE SLIGHTEST CHANGES. PROFESSOR. ..
  29. 29. _ . 3:‘ ’«'; .‘s. ~ s s . _ " R I‘ H ,4 I, ’ ‘ , '_5§s~ I ; '.; sus~- - ‘I A K’: - I-‘ 3, 9:33 I%; § ‘: ._. _., _.. ... (AMAZING. ’ IT'S ‘‘ THERE'S NO DOUBT THIS WILL REVOLUTION- ‘ ABSO- ABOUT IT! HE'S VEARS IZE OUR ENTIRE SOCIETV! “" LUTELV VOUNGER! THE HEART. AGE WILL NO LONGER BE A fig UNBELIEV- BLOOD CIRCULATIONI PROBLEM IN THE WORLD! WE'LL ENTER INTO AN ERA NEVER BEFORE EVERVTHING! WE'VE g REDUCED HIS AGE BV . 400 PER CENT! K ABLE! THE .9 MACHINE ifi woaxs E PERFECTLV! IMAGINED I'D BE HONORED IF VOU'D ALLOW IT TO BE ME: PRO- FESSOR! WHO WOULD WE SELECT? ' NOT QUITE VET! THERE'S STILL ONE MORE TEST WE MUST "PERFORM! WE MUST HAVE ABSOLUTE PROOF OF OUR FINDINGS BEFORE MAKING THEM PUBLIC! WE MUST HAVE A HUMAN GUINEA
  30. 30. DII-II-Ir. IuI: 55I’I: FI5I: STURIES NO! WE ARE NOT CERTAIN OF . NO. PROFESSOR! VOU CAN'T ALL THE RAMIFICATIONS OF VOU'RE TOO VALUABLE! IF HUMAN CHANGE! THERE IS ONLV SOMETHING SHOULD GO ONE PERSON WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS RISK. .. I DON'T EXPECT ANVTHING To GO wRONG. I ASSURE VOU! BUT IT IS ONLV FITTING THAT I. AND NO ONE ELSE. MuST BE THE FIRST TO TRV THE KAZMACHINE! 'THE TIME INDICATOR IS ESTABLISHED AT 30 VEARS! VOU'D RECON- THAT SHOULD BRING ME SIDERI PRO- . ITO THE AGE OF THIRTV! FESSOR! I'LL SET THE CONTROLS! ‘ VOU MUST TAKE DOWN EVERV SLIGHT DETAIL OF CHANGE AS THE RESTORATION TAKES PLACE! EVERV WORD. EVERV FACIAL EXPRESSION! NO- THING IS TO BE OMITTED! I'M READV. RAV! ACTIVATE THE MACHINE!
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  32. 32. D I I1!-IIIIII DI. l§l'I: lIDl: D I UIIIID THE PEOFESSOE'$ ASSISTANT ACTIVATED V THE KAZMACH(NE AND. .. BUT THE MACHINE DIDNT STOP! THE CURRENT CON- TINUED TO FLOW WITH EVER INCREASING POWER AS THE TWO ASTOUNDED ASSISTANTS HELPLESSLV LOOKED ON. .. SOMETHING WENT WQONG? !! suooeuw IT I CEA$ED. ...
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