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First Hate, Harris Kramer Jan 1946

First Hate, Harris Kramer

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"HOWARD. you hurry up and do that job, and get back in J L J L here to help your ma, boy." "Yes, sir, Pa," the small boy sobbed, rubbing his grimy fist in his eye. His eyes stung. His throat ached. He'd never felt so bad inside, not even when he'd had mumps...


The True Purpose Of Philosophy, William Blanchard Jan 1946

The True Purpose Of Philosophy, William Blanchard

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SINCE the first stirrings of human thought man has sought something in life beyond pleasure and the satisfaction of his biological needs. When man has reached the highest stage of pleasure, he still retains the impression that somehow this is not enough...


In A Street Cafe, Anonymous Anonymous Jan 1946

In A Street Cafe, Anonymous Anonymous

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THE two of them sat at a round table in a corner of the smokefogged cafe. The tall girl, her elbows resting on the round table, faced the man across from her...


Tropical Disturbance, Phyllis Wendt Jan 1946

Tropical Disturbance, Phyllis Wendt

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The room was close and humid...


The Way It Would Be, Anonymous Jan 1946

The Way It Would Be, Anonymous

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If I were to tell you yes, this is the way it would be:...


Sunday I, Terrance Hallagan Jan 1946

Sunday I, Terrance Hallagan

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The loud bells Clang overhead As people shuffle into pews...


The Champs, Mary Dodds Jan 1946

The Champs, Mary Dodds

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"Jeanie!" A figure clad in overalls stood half-way up the alley by Miss Budd's big tree...


To Tell You Straight, Jauvanta Young Jan 1946

To Tell You Straight, Jauvanta Young

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Darling, I whirled, I went wild in my head...


Rabbit People, Bernice Fox Jan 1946

Rabbit People, Bernice Fox

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It was obvious the girl was drunk...


Hometown, Sherron Boyer Jan 1946

Hometown, Sherron Boyer

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"Just relax," Pres said. "You don't have a thing to be jumpy about...


Grandma, Anna M. Mattice Jan 1946

Grandma, Anna M. Mattice

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Hi, Margie. C'mon over and play jacks with me...


The Lady And The System, Anonymous . Jan 1946

The Lady And The System, Anonymous .

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The sun had been too bright outside...


Body Blow, Mike Forrest Jan 1946

Body Blow, Mike Forrest

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"It'll come about the first of the eighth," Doc Turner had told him in the humid locker room...


Clair De Lune, Rosemary Moody Jan 1946

Clair De Lune, Rosemary Moody

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Prim little theme, like a child's labored scales...


Politics, Billie Allen Jan 1946

Politics, Billie Allen

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Charles Thomas King, Police Magistrate, tipped back his chair and surveyed the court-room over his two-for-a-nickel cigar...


Crowning Glory, Jean Anderson Jan 1946

Crowning Glory, Jean Anderson

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The family is sitting quietly at the supper table listlessly slurping up Friday's left-over stew...


Elegy For Tommy, Bruce Weiser Jan 1946

Elegy For Tommy, Bruce Weiser

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They handed him the letter and he began to read it, his legs dangling over the edge of the upper bunk...


Justice Meets A Fiddler, Ben Crawford Jan 1946

Justice Meets A Fiddler, Ben Crawford

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It was a shabby Virginia town...


Images, Assorted . Jan 1946

Images, Assorted .

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The rain was plopping down in curious little pats, almost nondescript they were so weak, but she was walking, head down, back bent, as though she had been forced out into a howling storm...


What Am I?, Rosemary Moody Jan 1946

What Am I?, Rosemary Moody

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Mister, can you tell me? What am I? Where am I going?...


Fish Stories, Harry Fink Jan 1946

Fish Stories, Harry Fink

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Just a little while ago I was sitting in Jack's watching the crowd...


Thinking, A Vet Jan 1946

Thinking, A Vet

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The strange young man leaned forward smiling, yet with a certain intensity of conviction in his eyes...


This Is It, Alice Wise Holt Jan 1946

This Is It, Alice Wise Holt

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ANNE took her badge from the M. P. at the gate and walked swiftly down the black-top road leading to the main part of the camp...


Big-Time, Terrance Hallagan Jan 1946

Big-Time, Terrance Hallagan

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JOHN saw Mike sitting there in the lobby waiting. He had never seen Mike in anything but greasy overalls before. But putting a blue suit on Mike was like putting dancing shoes on a cripple...


Winter 1945, Phyllis Wendt Jan 1946

Winter 1945, Phyllis Wendt

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The warm, dry air pushed itself up through the metal curlicues of the register...


Decision, Albert Beyer Jan 1946

Decision, Albert Beyer

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It was early morning. I was miserable!...


Legal, Harry Fink Jan 1946

Legal, Harry Fink

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"Good morning," he said. "Yeah," I said...


Survivors In The North Sea, Darwin E. Gubser Jan 1946

Survivors In The North Sea, Darwin E. Gubser

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THE North Sea was a massive inferno of cold, black, raging torrents. Earlier a venomous German torpedo had broken our destroyer escort F. C. Davis in two, and the battle was on...


Rat Story, Dwaine Marvick Jan 1946

Rat Story, Dwaine Marvick

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I work hard all day in the sun...


Black Market, Robert Harvey Jan 1946

Black Market, Robert Harvey

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The two of you leave the area just after sunset, your field jackets bulging from the cartons of cigarettes jammed inside, your pockets full of candy and gum...