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September 14, 1955

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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ITICDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,'1MB BLIIHIYKXB (ARK.) SOTJUITO MCWI PAGI KLBTEW OUR IOARDIN4 HOUJI — wttfc M«j* H»»»U '> 0 0 P9.'f OUT OUR WAY > IS TOUR LUCfTf DAY, J. I've DECJPED T6> REC06NIZE "WE FACT TH'AT ItXJ'RE TH-THAMKS, rttOH — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Ch.wn.I 5, * WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel I Wednesday M*ht, Sept. 14 6:00 Sup«rm»n 6:30 Clico Kid 7 :00 Television Theatre S:00 ThU U Your Llllt 8:30 Mr. District Attorney fi.OO Eddie Cantor fi 3Q NCWB Reporter S;45 RequMt Ferformfcnc* 10:15 Weather ]0:M Tonight 11:00 Mystery Theatri 11:30 9!gm Ofl Thundir, Sept. 11 6:50 Metitution 7 ;00 Tod»T 7;25 News—Memphil are* 7.30 Today 7:35 WeiUher—M«mphU a re« 8:00.Dine Dong School 8:30 p*renu' Ttm« MS Storrltnd 9.00 Home Shov 10:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford 10:30 reatber Tour Nf*l 11:00 Shopping »t Horn* 11:15 Homemafcers 1 Program 1:45 Charm with Cfcthf 12:00 News 12:15 Farm-New* 12:30 TV Movie Malice* 1:00 Ted Mack Matinte 1:30 It Pays To Be Married 3,00 Way of the World 2:15 First Love 2:30 World of Mr. Sweeney 2:45 Modern Romano* 3:00 Pinky Lee Snov 3:30 Howdy Goody Time 4:00 MOTte Time 5:00 Cartoon Cftrnlml 5:13 Interesting Person 5-25 Weatherman 5:30 Dinah Shore 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Th* Beet of GrouchO 6:30 I Led 3 Live* 7:00 Dragnet 7:30 Thehirc g 00 Video Theatre 9:00 Playhouse or Stars 0:30 Newa Reporter 6 45 It's A Great Uf* 10:15 Weather 10:M Tonight 11:00 Mystery Theatre 11:30 Sign OH WHB4I Ckauel IS Wednefday Night, Sept. 14 6:00 TEA «:25 Do You Know Whr 6:30 Disneyland 7:30 Waterfront i;00 Wednesday Night Fights 8:45 Sports Picture P;M Masquerade Partr fi:30 Penny to a Million 10:00 News 10:10 Weaiher 10:15 Late Show 11:30 Weather Thunday, Sept. II 6:55 Farm News 7:00 Morning Shoe 7:25 MldSouth News 7:30 Mornlnp Show 7:55 Memphis Ne»-» S:00 Garry Moore 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Valiant Lady 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow CERAMIC TILE | For Bathroom Walls * Floors FREE ESTIMATES F.H.A. Terms ' WALKER TILI CO. 100 E. DtTii Ph. 3-6933 Tough Guy? DEER PARK, Tex. "—City Marthai Ben J. Royall aiked the city council to buy him a new bluck- jnck. His old one was worn out. •WWWWb RENT 2006 W. Main T»rht, In hiTmHirallnp Ihr Barlow tnjvrr tn the wmcfcrnnn *• tfc? jnclit. Tkrn he ImrBH nt M rcrtlrr luftAml. In ivhich • XH AS rte Jongh WM (Inbhlng his little speech. Captain Carejr reentered the lounge and stood ; »ith his arms folded just inside : the door. I was not even aware that Lynch had seen him until —without bothering to turn his head— he swung his left arm out and backward and peremptorily snapped his fingers. "The Krt, please!" Startled, Captain Carer gtwrrty took a folded paper from an inside breast pocket, stepped forward and put it hi the detective's outstretched hand. Lynch— as they soy at actors — had his audience with him. 1 «aw him run bla thumb down the left-hand margin M H he was counting. "I tee, Captain," Mid Lynch coldly and very clearly, "you have omitted the name of the man who went overboard?" Carey uttered a kind of grunt. Re flared at Lynch with an expression H was difficult to Interpret — somewhere between amazement, awe and anger. The only faces which showed no astonishment were those of Reginald Dibble, the young Dutch second mate and the ever se- icrelively smiling Mr. Paul Sou- hani Plainly. Lynch's bold suess was the hottest of hot news to all the rest. Braun looked frighl- oncrl Siegfried Mecr gaped. Lily Wyndam wns regarding me with something very like respect. Al Inst Lynch twisted around to glare at him. "When it happened, Captain, did you log It? Make any written record or report of any kind?" "No, and I did noL" i ff^r^fc££T "I presume you know, Captain, you could lose your papers by that omission? Under what Board of Trade, by the way, are they issued?" Carey seemed to find the answer to this query more embarrassing than the resL "Portugal." Lynch guffawed. "Well, well, well! Even in Portugal, Carey;, you'll find they'll never let you be master of a row-boat if they ever get wind of thit. You might begin to remedy K, Captain, by typing out a detailed report. Then have R delivered to Mr. Dean*." LYNCH'S gray eyes moving slowly from face to face, his chin thrust forward on his crossed arms on the back of the straight chair he straddled, he now addressed us in flat and level tones. "Since the Vittoria left Southampton this voyage has ^>een marked by three incidents. The stabbing at Herr Braun. The disappearance of th« *eaman during U» Atlantic crossing. Now, this morning, the attempt on Mr. Sand's life and the attack on Wilhelm Heitzig. Those occurrences may, or may not, be connected. Mr. Deane and I will tell you in due time. But there is surely no question in the mind of anyone that they have Riven this venture » very different complexion." "Henceforth for our mutual safety there must be no secrets. "The first secret Mr. Deane and I strongly advise should be brought into the open is the purpose of this voyage." . My scalp was crawling. If Lynch was going to go on he was going to get farther out on a limb than a flying squirrel. "The cache of bullion and coin which Mr. Sand hopes to recover," slid Lynch clearly, "has an official market value of approximately $2,700,000. That u •v J. R. William* I SEHT HIM AFTER WW MOTHERS S>6T GK.R1 Mr" CLASSMATES | JUST1b WOUT eeLievE I M»KE SUM ANP WHILE WE SIT HERE I'M • 60f*JA 6WE YOU SEE— OF BUY1M6 ME A I THANKS SUPER SOOFER. * PARADISE/ "Oh, George, aren't the fall colors the moat gorgeoue ever? In the stores, I mean!" THIS WHEN 1 TELL THEM ABOUT IT/ WET SEE US.WE1.L sir FEOKTOOOR/ "She practically ate us out of house f St*TV PETERS HAQUT COME &SCK..' THEY Sty IT WAS JUST OWE OF Paint Closeout 10:45 Guiding Llgbt 11:00 Jack Parr It.30 Welcome Traveler* 12:00 News 12:30 House Party 1:00 Big Ftvo'I 1:30 Lady of the HOUM 1:45 Bob Crosby 2:00 Brighter Day 2:15 Secret Storm 2:30 On Your Account 3:00 Robert Q. Lewis 3:15 Early Show 4:30 Mars Patrol 5.00 Western Theatre 5:15 Weather 5:20 Newi 5:30 Douglas Edm-ardi 5:45 Cpbeit 6:00 Bob CummlngB 8:30 Stop the Music 7:00 Star Tonight 7:30 The Lone Ranger 6:00 Johnuv Carson Sho 5:30 Damon Runyon Theatre 9:00 T Men In AcUon 9:30 Do You Know Why 9:35 Ellery Queen 10:05 News 10:15 Weather 10:20 Late Show 11:30 Weather i Price Hubkard Hardware ISN'T IT REMARKABLE] HOW THE EXPERTS FOUND THAT OUT? J POOF! THAT WASN'T SO HARD, HOLLYHOCK TO DO WAS LOOK MY SCIENCE BOOK SAYS THE WORLD WEK5HS SIX THOUSAND MILLION MILLION MILLION TONS. 1 REPAIRING - CLEANING DYEING Indiriduals-Groups-Farrn Bureau Blui Cross -Blue Shield Call representative WAYLIN CHESSER P.O. Box 307 Blytherillt, Ark. Phone POplar 3-3106 &CCV UORK, LOUIE/ ONE SUSPECT 15 (W •jOU5E / V/C?KEPT\CL£AREO...T\VC S. EVES ON LLW FDMS sevER LEFT HIS 5K>F UNTIL PA PIBE BOOKS WATOMlTHE KE.ASON \VHV LOTUS LOOKIN' /BLOSSOM WJUS LP HEBE JUST BEFORE THE PRE. I POUNP / BL SCBfflCHES f^NP TflR PIMP \TAKE* JVT'lrJe?/ LOOK AT THIS, LCL.1E SA^E/»R5 CM HER SLIPPERS WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR different items in stock! HUBBARD HARDWARE BA.B5...0NE0F THE WITW6S5E5 TO TUB SAS SWIOJ KOg- F \ BERY UEi,K WHITS OH, YES: you OKL* LATER CAPrunep A MAW we THE suwnwJ THOUGHTblCWE J06« WEUAS8eP.>l HAD HIW IW OUR CAR. TRUNK'. vou'O HAVE LAUSHED AT U5-. . I SEE. WELLTHE'5 BEEN TOO SUS/ HE HASN'T" ( HOUJIOIMfi US! SUT HEl. CALL FOR If TDMOWTOVS UEK.WKEU WE-6E- •T HIM OUT HE WAS 0 MAO WE 1 RETURN HIS WM.LEf ro wisrAKEX! FOR TH )OT. 50 WE,VAILED TO you WHEN WE EACHtD EL PASO 1 . YES. THIS IS DEPUTY SHERIF CXXON IN LAS REPORTED LOSS TO ME YET! —WE SELLUSED: Refrigerators 49.95 * up 2S.S5 A ip WMhen 24.JS A «p Vac»m cleaner! 15.N A ip T.V Sets-Drrers-Wmttr Heaters —WE REPAIR— Teltrisio.—R»dl Record players—Range* Refrigerators—Wai* en Wmter Heaters—lions A Small AnHmnces ALL RIGHT. M}U BIG DUMB APE, IF YOU WW YOUR BRAINS KNOCKED OUT, TM JUST TH' BOV TO 00 THE JOB; WELL.Hfc pit) iv, BUT ILL NEVER / ITS UKE KNOW HOW.'/THEySftY-lrtE SUYWHO WON'T BE BEAT, CANT BE BEAT/ PLfT HER DOWN, YOU HEAR? TURN HER LOO ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. SOLP T'ELA^ER f-'UDD FE2 TEN BUCKS! —For Rent— 8 MM CARTOON FILM WestenM-C*M«H«B, etc. Kirby Drug Stores (WO 0» M\6Y« CWTC. NEW WOOLENS Make Clothes With A High Fashion Look, at a Low Fashion Price The Howard Cloth Shop North Frmnklln ft«*4 Hubbard Hardware Ph*M 1-2*15 MOVIE CAMERAS FLASH CAMERAS Complete Selection of Flash Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film, Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE. just under a million pounds. On the black market of the Continent it is probable it could b« disposed of for a sum more nearly approaching $5,000,000." "Goody!" said Lily. "That bullion," declared Lynch for all the world as if he knew, "was put ashore on the island to which we are now going from a German submarine during the closing days of the last war." • • » FOOD, shower and clean clothes Wrought some improvement. I sought Lynch in Cabin K. Evidently he was expecting me. The base of his table lamp was already swathed in a spare blanket. "Aren't you fhe fancy* crystal gazer? You ought to wear a turban!" Now dont be unfair. Bobby." Lynch was as mild as baby tea. "Of course, large deductions from scant evidence arc a practice I usually abhor. But the risk had to be taken." "We hadn't any." "In the legal meaning of the word, perhaps not. Say rather material on which to base deduction. You will recall Dibble's slip about 'two metric tons' of gold? I simply computed that in terms of money. I grant you my surmise about Meer being a submariner was a guess. No more. But consider. This trip and, one must assume, this venture, began in Germany. The three newcomers aboard the Vittoria, the three who appear to have had no previous acquaintance with Sand—Braun, Meer and Souhani —you learned from Miss Wyn- dam—all joined the yacht (it Bremerhavcn. Now what 'treasure' of such consequence could possibly have German origin? 'As 'the defeat of the Nazis became inevitable you may recall there were persistent rumors thflt measures were being taken to secrete some portion of tht German national gold reserve somewhere abroad. That fund, It was supposed, would be for the use of Hitler himself, or for whatever chieftains of the Nuirt party might escape. Its ultimate purpose would be the reconstruction of the Nazi party." (Tt Be CcaMiMd)

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