Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 1, 1944 · Page 36
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Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 36

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Sunday, October 1, 1944
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FINALLY THEY APE HALTED BY A RIVER. IT COMES FPOM THE DIRECTION OF THE DISTANT- HILLS, SO BERIC DECIDES TO FOLLOW IT. Synopsis* WITH SIR GAWAIN RIDING SAFELY HOMEWARD OUR STORY NOW TURNS TO PRINCE VALIANT • AND BERIC BERIC LEADS HIS INJURED MASTER ALONG . : THE-NARROW STRIP OF DUNES THAT SEPARATES THE •PONTINE MARSHES FROM THE SEA. BUT, AFTER WANDERING AIMLESSLY THROUGH THE MARSH, IF DWINDLES AWAY. VAL FOLLOWS LIKE A BEWILDERED CHILD REMEMBERING NOTHING OF THE'PAST. fWS-THEY FLOUNDER-ACROSS THE FEVERISH.WASTE OF MUD AND REEDS, HUNGRY AND' EXHAUSTED. FIRM GROUND AT LAST! A FEW HOURS LATER THEY ARE SHUFFLING WEARILY ALONG THE APPIAH WAY. AT THE FIRST WATCH-TOWER THEY ARE STOPPED BY THE SUSPICIOUS SOLDIERS THE WINTER'S FIRST SNOWFALL ADD5 TO THE HARDSHIPS:OFJHE BESIEGERS. FOR THERE IS NO SHELTER FOR THE COMMON SOLDIER. HE MUST SLEEP IN THE SHOW. WITHIN SIR GREGORYS CASTLE THERE IS NO REST, THE RAMPARTS CRUMBLE'BENEATH THE POUNDING OF RAM AND CATAPULT AND WALLS MUST BE BUILT BEHIND. EACH BREACH.

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