The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1955 · Page 7
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1991 BLYTHEYILLE (ARK.)' COURTIS KIWI PAGE SEVEN OUR IOARDINC HOUSI — with ANO LABOR tW W6AMS 66T «ET F<?R FALL J ACTION. s *""V^WA^ l iJ Y0UI2 BIS PRO SECT, JR — $PI(OHSW« , COCOON ABOUND! YOURSELF F0* tH6 - MAM YilTH W6BAU.* AftD A HOD ff 1 THANKFUL I AM M.Y MIMO #>AB5 AKNE 60CH A MEE6 MUSCULAR •OMCEPT/ OUT OUR WAY ly J. R. Williams MX) NEVER THINK T ITMWK OF IT-BUT KIDS SURE GET EVEM WITH BMJENTS FOR MAKIW'EM \OMKIPS PRACTICE MUSIC 1WOW-THEV LESSONS AM 1 J 6ET TOO STUFF.' THEY tf AAUCH H6LP NEAR KILL fLP IVTRVIM'TO .. ._ _. . DOSS WITH IJfri STAY WSTER.'^ MEW TRICK*.' WHY MOTHERS 66T 6fiAY _,«....,........ ,-r... WVT OSHERETTt'S , SHROUD, TOBY— , MAWN6 SOME PIN MONEi; ' WAY — YOU/?/ Ttlcvision — Tonight Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channtl 13 fTMCT Channel t Saturday Nijlu, Sept. 2 6x«*J 'i"be Soldiers 6.30 Dunninger Sbow 7;M Musical Chains 7.^i| Jimmy Durante B:00 And Here's TSe Show — S.30 Tour Play Time 9:1)0 CHy Detective 9 JO Curtain Call 10 00 Father Knows Bwe 1030 The Vlso 11-00 Mystery Theatre 11:30 Dramn Theatre 12.00 SlKn Oir Sunrfz}', Sept. 4 10 05 News A: Meditation 10.15 Industry on P.irnde 10 30 Our World Today 11 .00 Hip Picture 11 30 Thr dirts: op tiers 12 00 Tills Is The Life 12 30 Youth Wants To Know ! (X> Fonvjtrs of Faith 1 jf) Amt-rlran Forum 2 00 My Hero 2 ,':0 Zoo I'arntle 3 ih'J People 3 30 Cnptaln OniUnt 4 w V.eet The Press . 4.;,-j Roy Rogers 5 -jO Profile an- Funny 5 30 Do It Ymirfelf 6 •") Variety Hour 7 00 Trlevlfilon Piny lions* 6.M Douci&s Fairbanks ProH'nts S 30 s.-U'in-c Fiction Theatre p w Soldiers of Fortune 3 30 CorllM Archer in no Wftiher 10.05 Mld-wcslrni Hayrlde 10.35 News 10:40 Houywood Movie Theatre 12:00 Sign OU Monday, Sept. £ 6.50 Meditation 7.00 Today 7:25 News—Memphis men 7:30 Today 7:53 Weoiher—M*mphl* srca 8:00 Dliih Dons School 8:30 parents' Time 8.45 Story land 9:00 Home ahow—color tejjm-nt 10:00 tcnnrssee Ernie Ford 10.30 Fciithcr Your N«s* 11:00 SJioppins lit Home 11:15 Hompiuakera' I'rogram l)-«Cfttrni with C«lhy 12 .ftl News 12 15 farm Sews 12 30 TV Movie Mfitloce 1.00 Ted Mack Matinee 1:30 It Pays To Be Married 2 00 Way of the World 2;I5 Kiwi Love 3:30 world or .Mr. Sweeney 2.45 Modern Romance •J 00 Pinky Lte Show 3:30 Howdy Doody Time •i..>J Movlfi Time 5.00 Cartoon C»rnJva! 5.15 IntercsLlng Perton 3 22 Wresillns Jnten'le* 5.25 Weatherman 5:30 Tuny Martin 3:45 News Caravrm 6:00 C&ebar Presents 7:00 Medic 7:30 MontfOinery Summer Theatre 8:30 Boston Blnckie 9:00 TV Reader;, Digest 9;30 News Keportpr 9:45 Big Playback 10:00 Wrestling 10:30 Wcsiiior i News Heaaliues 10:35 'ionlsht 11:00 Mysiery Theatre 11:30 Si^n Oil ' >\HKw CUauei II Saturday Night, Sept. 3 6:00 America 5 Ureateet Bunas 7:00 Two Far tfce. Money 7.3u Down You Go 8:00 Million Dollfir Movie 9:5^ Weather 9.55 News 10.00 The Late Show Sunnav. Sept. 4 1:15 For Vour InforniHilon 1:30 SuinHiLT Thrater 3.00 Huptr Circus 4:00 tiunday Lucy Hour 4;jO Rltl Tin Tin 5.00 Hollywood Backstage 5'30 Private Secretary 6:00 Toast of the Town 7:00 G. £, Theater 7:30 Stage Seven 6.00 Appointment. D.-UO. Danger • 8:30 Whnts My Lint 9:00 The Whiatler 9:36 Pattl Page 0:45 Weather 9:50 News 10.00 Brmk the Bank 10:30 Sunday Erpnlng Theater Monday, Sept. $ fi:55 Farm News 7:00 Morning Show 7:25 Mid-South News 7:30 Morning Show 7:55 Memphis New* 8:00 Garry Moore 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Valiant Lady 10:15 Love of Lite 10:30 Search, for Tomorrow 10:45 Guiding Light 11:00 Jack PBIT 11-30 Welcome Traveler 12:00 News 12:05 Lunchtlme Theater 12,30 House Party 1:00 Big . Pavoff 1:30 Lady of the House 1:45 Bob Crosby 2:00 Brighter Day 2:! 5 Secret Storm 2:30 On Your Account 3.00 Robert Q. Lewis 3:15 Early Show 4.30 Mars Patrol 5.00 Hartoontime 5 15 News 5:25 Weather 5:30 Douglas Edwards 5.45 Julius LaRosn R:00 Burns »nd Allen 6-30 T.ilent Scouts 7:00 Those WhUlns Qtrli 7:30 Ethel <k Albert g:00 Summer Theater 9:00 Pali Mull Theater 9:30 Do You Know Why 9:35 Masquerade Party 10:05 Weather 10:10 News 10:15 Late Show Johnson Grass Killer SS", Pmrc Sodium ChlonU ;oo /fa ?| ^so Drum I ^j^ Webb Culvert TileCo. Hljhiraj «l »t SUI« Lint Fhoni OSbornc 3-8414 MOVIE CAMERAS FLASH CAMERAS Complete Selection of Flash Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film/- Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 Til!-: STORTi Apparently the CarlhbrrHN rmlite *t Mjmtrj n«n Vi R)C o S«nd I* hU prlvnte Tec* I. I' (• ncnrch »f "trm*- «trr." HcnriiMil I.ynrh. iht Brli- Uh dfC^Ptlrc, who hHft been «••- sn B ed, «lonK with Robrrt n t ««t. A » r r I c a » er(m1nolri^rl»(, •• Jand'i bodyronrrt, ft re b^ln* kepi In lhe dnrk nhowt Ihr tr«-a«- mrr mud •••/ *(h(rr tkln(T» «• HI M!S» LILY WYNDAM was on« of the Vittoria's two female passengers. The other, only some .dozen years, older than herself, was her stepmother. Like everyone else aboard, their status was by no menr* plain, i Sh« was about 20. She was one of the very few absolutely '*enuin«, certified ash-blondes i have ever teen. Even * Graduate School professor knows about hair roots, and I'd looked. Though her figure was a shade too slim for robust tastes, it was nevertheless of th« kind that mad* one think. I strolled over and took my place beside her at the rail. I was old salt enough to know it was the starboard rail. I had nothing special to say, so I stayed silent. While she scrutinized me, Lily also took her time. "You/ 1 she said at last, "are one of the house detectives, aren't you?" "If you call this thing a house, yes." "Nice work?" "If the decks should nm with blood, it would be. I am hopeful. Or, under the circumstances, should I say sanguine?" Lily missed my joke. A pity. "You should have been with us on the way over." "You mean the murder?" Miss Wyndnm's cifiaret holder hobbled so she nearly lost it "You," said Lily firmly, "are tmmislnkabiy nuts. You're exaggerating, I auppOM you mean | Braun's arm? That's what I meant" 1 should explain that one of the Vittoria's passengers, a German named Manfred Braun, was carrying his right arm in a black silk sltng. "No. but I*m curious about that, too. Kindly tell all," "Possibly," she said guardedly. "What's your name?" k • * I WAS surprised. After 50- some hours of being fellow yachtsmen it seemed to me Miss Wyndam should have known at least that much. "Why. Deane." Lily made a face at me. "I can't call yow 'Deane' .as if you were a butler.'* "Why not?" "You mean because you are a house detective? My good man," said Lily mockingly, "I sense that you have known better days." "Good of you. Robert would do." "Robert sounds more like » footman than a butler but let's not discuss your family's taste. Why do you want to Know about Mr. Braun's arm?" 'Because it's my duty aboard this expensive craft," I explained, "to prevent crime. An uncongenial duty, I admit, be- ctiuse I am extremely fond of crime. From your fragments of conversation, I deduced you know of some felony. Since you deny knowledge of any murder, no doubt because you are the guilty party, that leaves us with Herr Braun's game arm. "I might add," I added, "that I am not just Interested in Mr. | Braun's arm. I'm also interested ' in the rest of him." Lily nodded. "Me, too. No one could be so exactly like someone's private secretary as this Braun and not b« phony. 1 only enow he came aboard with the other frenks at Bremerhaven." '£r«n«rhavta in German/?* "Is there one in Tibet? Ye*. Didn't you know?. This whatever-it-is of Viggo's started at Bremen. At least 1 know that that's where Souhani and Herr Braun and Herr Meer got on." "The two Germans to whom you are so rude?" Lily laughed. "Dear Robert! How ingenious you are. With the very rich one must either be rude or fawn on them. Rudeness is less undignified. I think they rather like it." A chuckle in the deep shadows only inches from my ear madei me leap almost oberboard. It was Viggo Sand, "About you. Lily, I like everything Forgive me that I have overheard you." Our host raised and shook an immense, pale and .almost waggish finger. 'But I must instruct you both that on ships, in particular on little shins like the Vittoria. it is not always good judgment to have a private conversation outside a cabin window. Or even upon an unlighted deck on »o inviting a summer evening." "I was asking Miss Wyndam," I said, "about Mr. Braun's accident" • * • SAND'S pale eyelashes fluttered. He shot the briefest of glances at Lily. My test remark, I sensed, had brought results. Something in that inscrutable expression convinced me that he had not heard that part of our conversation. "Yes, a great pity," said' Mr. Sand with no pity. "At is so often the situation in the North Atlantic, even in this season, we encountered some bad weather." Something out of the darkness shot past our noses, something which was short and glittered. [t passed inches closer to Sand's [ace than mine. A perceptible second later we heard a little splnsh in the sea below. "What," demanded Sand, "was that?" His normally bass voice had deepened a half octave. Hi« normally white face was paler still. "That," snid Lily Wyndam, with careful self-control, "was a knife. A ... kind of dafferl I saw It quite distinctly." (!• »• To Sell — To Buy REAL ESTATE r &»r?»* -^ TERRY PO-2-2381 "Mom, if your feet hurt, how about iitting on the merry- go-round and resting for half an hour?" "There! New we've got it fixed as good a§ new!" 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H UBBAR D HARDWARE , HE'S A THOUSAND GENERATIONS MORE MODERN THAN OOP, BUT IVE SEEN APES WITH A HIGHER DEGREE OF CULTURE' , HE'S A ROUGH I CUSTOMER ALL RlfiHT, BUT HIS REACTION TO TIME- TRAVEL SHOULD ADD \OUJME5 TO OUR KNOWLEDGE OF EARLY SEEING AS HOW ' HE'S AN ICE-AGE \ MAN, WE'D BETTER PICK A COLD CLIMATE. WHERE DO YOU PLAN TO SEND HIM FIRST? HCW ABOUT FRIENDS IN THE ... . NORTH COUNTRT?/ SURE.' > YOU KNOW, THAT'S BRUNNEHILDE'5 V PERFECT? PEOPLE " 0 NEW WOOLENS Make Clothes With A High Fashion Look, at a Low Fashion Price The Howard Cloth Shop North rnnklln feurf Phone I-42M INSlPi, CICBBO / YA SOTTA TAKE A BATH BEFOBE PETUNW SETS vou PKOMISEB s — COU^O STAY IN MY PI.AY POOL UNTIL DINNER TIME.' NOBODY C'N SAY I'M A I CLUCK WHO DON'T J KEEP HIS WOUP.' j ^ \

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