The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 5, 1955 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 5, 1955
Page 11
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1958 ; (ARK.) COITRICT PAGE ELEVEN OU* BOARDINC HOUSi — wftk Major H**pl« OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. Williams J KNOW , GUT I LiJCE TO STOW . AWAY THE GRUB/ -o c o LETMEHAVF Youp BASKer TQtTKE PO!N6 / ABOUT Tilevision — Tonight Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 fTMCT Channel I Monday Nljht, Sept. 5 6 <.HJ Cnesar Presents 7.00 Medic 7,30 .Montgomery Summer Theaire fi.30 Boston EIucklc £• ;.«•} TV Readers Digest 9 30 News Reporter 9 -55 Hij: Playback 10 w Wrestling 10.30 Wither A; News Headlines • jn 3S Tontphl 11 .00 Mystery ThcaUi U.2Q Sign 0/1 Tuesday, Sept, I f, Ml Meditation 7 Cfl Today • 7 25 NVws—Memphis area 7 -3n Todnjr 7 SSWentber—Memphis f fri Dins Ckmp School f. JO I'ar-fnU' Time s 45 Story land P.i-0 Home -Show—color 10 EV> TvuncsJrCC EnUe !A ;>.rj fVaiher YO'.ir NfSl !5 P-3 Shopping ftl Horr.r 11:15 Homemakers' 11:45 12:00 12:15 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:15 2:30 2:45 3 00 3:30 4.00 5.00 5.15 5.35 5:30 G.OO 6 JO 7:00 7:30 8:00 Program Charm with Cathy News Farm News TV Movie Matinee Ted Mack Matinee K Pays To- Be Married Way of the World n.-si Love World or Mr. Sweeney Modern Romance PlnXy Lee Sho»Howdy Doody Tinu Morle Time Cnrtoon Curnlvnl Interesting Person Weatherman Vaughn Monroe — color News Caravan Place The Face Arthur Murray Party Fl-cslde Have Camera— Will Travel Truth or Consequences Grand Ole Opry Victory ft! Sea 9:30 News Reporter 9:35 Cartoon Time B:55 Weather & Nf-vs Headlines . 10:00 Dear Phoebe 10:30 Tonipht 11:00 Mystery Theatre 11,30 Sign Ott hmjuel It Monday'Night. 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Though, up there there were many shadows anc places of concealment, I contrived to look in all of them. No one there. In another moment i had circled the promenade deck too, and was back where I hac started. I was puffing, perhaps iiust a little more than necessary "I found no trace of the assailant," I reported. What a silly way to talk. M I shall, however, at once consult with Mr. Lynch," I dfr- clairned. "I am confident we shall liiy him by the heels." That sounded even worse! Sand stared at me. and moved in a ponderous nod. ''Mr. Dcane, you will be good enough to accompany me to my cabin?" ViRfin Sand wns shaking, Mr. Sand, I perceived, was" good and scared. The trouble was that in all my Ij.u I had known, or even known "I. only one complete master of ihc dlfllcult art of knife-throwing Thnt master was Bertram Uvnrh. Mo had learned it, he once told me, In Marseilles. He Was rnnvdifrtfl thn* tnr M« nnwls. his peculiar trade, it was silent. secret. And almost impossible lo associate with anyone so invincibly British as himself. To my surprise, Lily Wyndam wa? still on deck. **A tallsnt pair I must say!" "Who' Me^" "You're not a pair, big as you Darting off like that leaving me aione with a murderer al large. I think modern men are just dicky!" "I'm terribly sorry. I just didn't think — " "Never mind. There's no one on this barge who knows me well enough to murder me. Except Viggo. And 1 had my eye on him. Who do you think it was?" * "I don't know." "What an amusing mind! Why aren't you looking for that knife- thrower?" "Because I haven't the dimmest notion where lo look." "An honest answer, Deane. An lonest answer. Since you're not pressed then, I'll "tell you why 1 ingered here 'to chat with you." "Yes?" "To tell you that Viggo rs an unmitigated liar. About Braun." "Fir* when you're ready." • * • LILY WYNDAM peered carefully into the surrounding gloom. With accustomed eyes one could see quite clearly. It was an enchanting night. "We were about halfway over," said Lily. 'As Viggo said n his own burst of honesty, it was rather stormy. The Vittoria was jumping about like one of hose absurd Mexican beans. 1 uppose it was very late at night. 'hree-ish. Anyway, I was sound asleep." "How pretty you must look." "Down. Rover." said LIN mM- running. Someone who stumbled with a loud bang against my door. The first'thing I did, naturally, was to reach out to turn on the light by my bed. It didn't go on. Nothing happened. So I = went to the door and opened it just the least bit and peeked out That big, mean-looking German — Heitzig. I think his name is — who is the night watchman or something, was rattling Braun's doorknob. He had a flashlight "Che next minute, Viggo " appeared. He had a flashlight too. He was wearing, one could hardly help but notice, bright red pajamas. He looked like a fire truck. Then Braun — his cabin, on this side of the ship, is just beyond my step-mother's, and mine is next to her's. Number D, in fact — " "Thank you." "A detective should know these things. I was saying, Braun managed to get his door open from inside and came wobbling out into the corridor. You gather there were no lights there either? Apparently the main switch had failed." "Or someone had pulled it* "YOU will .soon, Robert, be at he top of your profession. Stop interrupting. About the time Viggo showed up, Braun camt out. He was deadly white. Th* watchman had to reach out and hold him. All this time, you understand, I was pecking with natural girlish curiosity through the crack in my door." "Yes?" I urged. "In a minute . they bundled Braun back into his cabin and then the watchman went and got Reg Dibble. Dibble, as you may or may not know, is ever at Viggo's right hand. -Reg at least used some glimmering of sense and went and fetched the Innocuous Norwegian, Dr. Lund, Viggo'i Re;- 1 Physician. Dr, Lund's cab,n is just bctv/ecn yours and mine. "There was-some very hushed and , whispcry coming and going while, I suppose, Braun got limself swabbed on* and H*d uo * wns Ihe perfect wcapoa.. Llk« «-of-l»ctljf. "1 heard sonieouei (T« Bt Continued) -I! THE NOON &EU.I THERE WOdlT Afjr SRU6 6Y1H "Same old story! Doesn't get a nibbl«, buys some the market, gives me a quarter to ke*p You feed htm tonight, Richard—I've got en a brand- new acron!" W MW1MS LUNfO-l WPTH HER.WHVOONTNQU THAT MS. AAACLaVE IS GMWS US.THS . FO2 THH VOUTH CEWTE7? WELL... VOU WOULDN'T IT ISNT HEALTHY PLEASE, MR.PLINT, WERE IT NOT FOB. 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