The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 13, 1955 · Page 11
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TUEtPAT, gEPTEMBEK It, IMi (ARK.) COVM* PAGI ILIYKlf OUR lOARDINC HOUSI — How , AMO I'LL, SHOW '6<vv rtow AMD OUT OUR WAY |y J. R. WHHfliM MORC CRIME *JTHI» TOWN, 50 WE'D 8« JU6T NKKXEMT KC» THEM dftCCKJ APPLEV AM/TWOC* THAT CAN MAKE AN OLD PLU6 . LIKfi THAT KUM AWAY . «M ISAE«APLywEAFQW" r -V UNLQ*C> THAT llliv AMMUWITK»sU ^ ;' SMILE ReALLY? \ WEN YOLTtSojr j I^JSAY OOLL-- 1 MADTO — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, I WHBQ Channel 13 ITMCT ChMnei I Tuesday Nl«ht, Sept. 13 fi-CK) Place Th* Face 6:30 Arthur Murray Party 7:00 Jane Wyman'j Fireside 7:30 Hollywood's Best 8:00 Truth or Consequences 8.30 Grand Ole Opry fl.OO Victory at Se» 9:30 Newfl Heporwr 9:45 Cartoon Time »-55 Weather <k Kewi HMdltDM 10 00 Star Stage 10;30 Tonight 11:00 Mystery Theatre 11 20 Sign Off Wrdnesda?. Sept. 14 6 50 Meditation 7:00 Today 1:15 News— Hemph* are* 7 30 Today 7:55 Weather—Memphto »rea 8.00 Dins Do«K School fi:30 Parent*' Time 3'45 Storyland 9.00 Home Show 10.00 TcnneMee Irale Fotd 10:30 Feather Your Nest 11:00 Shopping «t Home 11:15 Homemakers' •Program 11:45 Cftarm with Cathy 12:00 Newi 12:15 Farm Newi 12:30 TV Movie Watlnet 1:00 Ted Mack Matlnw 1:30 It Pay« To Be Married 2. -00 Way of the World 2:15 First LOTC 2:30 World of Mr. Sweeney 3:45 Modern Romance 3:00 Pinky Lee jSbow 3;30 Howdy Ooorfy Tlmt 4;00 Movie Time 5:00 Cartoon Carnlral 5:15 Interesting Person 5.25 Weatherman 5:30 Eddie .FUner 5:*5 Nrws C»rav»a 6:30 Cisco Kid 7:00 Television Theatre 8:00 Thlfl If. -Tour LIH* 8:30 Mr. District Attorney f;M Eddie Cantor 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 RpqUMt Performance 10:15 Weaiher 10:20 Tonight Il;00 Mystery Theatre 11:30 Sign Oil WHBO Cfciuel 1> Tuesday Night, Sept. 13 6:00 TBA 6:25 Do You Knot* Why fl;30 Warner Bros. 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Main Ph. 3-3647 TI1K JTTORTi B«rtrn» Lymcfc. • rl[-ntrl<.4 ••• ^ t n T t I 7 offlcrr • ho»r4 VI|f)cn S*Bd'» T""*' whlcfc U •DtllKir towmr* Uf C»rtbbc»m. hna b*.f« l»T«»tlKi»HB)C lfc« l«Jory 0( Rrlt.llT. « • J .« * « " S, • boar* r>« .Up. .IrllxllT J; 7 " ••< kta f«rl»er Rohtrt rieume k»<,w • »r»«l *f«l "I""" "« '•- |«rr, .l«f« »"»' ""' ;!"•»»« walckMna wltk • htnekjnrk. B«t another vcnIOH ilrock Urn «fter- XI CAPTAIW CARET glowered •nd looked at Sand. Though the Vittoria'i owner had heard, he isvt no sign o( either approval or disapproval. Sand, 1 felt, was still dealing inwardly with the unprecedented situation of oav- fof ethen in command and hadat yet mad« up !>« mll> " wh«< to do about it. C«rey shook hil head. "Ko, I havt not the crew list, mister. •Then wM TOO get it, please? At once." Tr* Captain turned a deeper •hade ot black, spun OB his heel and departed. I moved ledately to the center of the sUft. » struck me that a mor. diverse, more hopelessly uncongenial group had nwely been assembled. "Thank you all tor coming, 1 began. "I am sure when you learn what's happened, you'll see the reason. Sometime during the night someone, quite possibly someone who is now in this loom, made an attempt to burglarize a private saft in Mr. Sand's office. It is Mr. Lynch's and my impression that the pur- , pose of that attempt was to get possession of certain papers on the purpose and destination of this trip. "The attempt, t may ««y, failed. The safe was not opened. Perhaps the reason it wasn't was that th« intrmJ«r appeari to have been interrupted. Th« night watchman, Wllhelm Heltilg, who I unduMuxi feu b«D by Mr. Sand for many years. saw or heard something and went to investigate. Heitzig was brutally struck down. With something in the nature of small hammer." 1 paused dramatically. "The blow on the temple was one of extreme violence. The attack was, of course, clearly criminal in intent If Heitzig dies, despite our remoteness .at the moment from the usual mechanisms of the law, it is the intention of Mr. Lynch and myself that someone shall hang for it" I had meant to make an impression. I tat down, gave Lynch the nod to take over, "First," he said incisively, 'let's see what we're up against. Dr. Lund? Will Heitzig die?" The Norwegian looked up quietly. "I cannot yet say. The man has a strong physique. The blow, M Mr. Deane said, was sever*. It is—" Dr. Lund sought for a second the English phrase ."touch and go." Lynch was not finished with him. "Now, Dr. Lundl The important question of time. When, in your opinion, did the attack on Heitzig take place?" Lund moistened his lips with a pink tongue. "As you will know, Mr. Lynch," he said, "even with dead bodies the question of time is difficult. With a man who has merely been hurt it is almost impossible to say with any accuracy. Judging from the drying of the small amount of blood around th« wound, I would set the time of the attack at some time a«o Say at 1 o'clock this morning." ' Lynch cruelly mimicked him. 'We may be able to check that." Dr. Lund stood up. "If you have finished with mt I should » t» U> m/ patient." Lynch nodded indifferently • "M anything further occurs to us we will call you back." The dignified little figure of the Norwegian physician bowed stiffly to the room in general and went away. • • • IT was clear to me why Lynch had ridden him ' so hard. Lund just happened to be first. Lynch was serving warning that he was not conducting a polite tea party. "Herr Braun?" '^ The German in the ancient, greasy trenchcoat had slumped almost out of sight in the depths of a huge armchair. He managed nevertheless to start. 'Was—" Braun hastily changed languages; "Yes? What is it?" 'You have the habit of staying up very late. I should also judge you have the habit of attention. Especially—" Lynch smartly slapped his own left shoulder— 'since you were stabbed. Did. you hear anything?" Braun reflected and shook his head. "No. At 1 o'clock I heard nothing." Never mind the time. Dr. Lund is probably wrong. At any time?" Braun nodded. "Yes. Though probably it is nothing. By my watch 3 o'clock it was. I thought I heard the footsteps going past my door. The door of my cabin I opened. • The corridor was in blue darkness. But I did think I saw two men. A short man and a tall man. They were going out of sight. No doubt two members of the crew. It was hardly,more than an impression." I wasn't feeling at all well. • • • "THE next point Who found Heitzig?" Second Mate de Jongh stood up for his' recitation, hil chin slightly raised, his arms stiffly at his sides. "It was 5:23, sir. Ship's time. I was going on my watch past the owner's office d o o r—Mr. Sand's—that Is, sir. I taw Heit- lying there. 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