The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1955 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 17, 1955
Page 9
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SATURDAY, MPTEMBBR IT, 1W BLTTWETILLI (ARC.) COURIER KIWI PAW NOT OUR BOARDINC HOUSI — wfcfc Mijtr coo* MARTHA,! YEArt, AM' WE'LL g£ H6ARI.KJ' ASOOT IT TIUU (SOT BEARDS/ JIM LOM6EE T/COCBSTT THAU C30e/ u BEAT MB FAIRLY, ?0Y$: ASK TMe CHAMPION TO 6v\l« M6 HIS OUT OUR WAY •y J. R. Willwmi Television — Tonight Tomorrow — WMCT Chonnel $, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCt Channel I 10;tK) Weather ern Hay- 6.wj i'eiry <-.ou»o .JDOW Musical Cfcairs 7;ju Jimmj' Ducinte fi;uij Ann fierc s The Snow 8:Ji) Hit i-aracie y.w City selective 8:JU rtOii>v.'Ooa liall Hour 10. W) j diner Knows Best lu.,W The Vise 11. uu Myaiery ineRtr* 11. M Diama Theatre J i j-j Drams Theatre lli.-u Sign Of/ MincUy Sepi. 18, 3955 10 ,U3 i-«e«6 aou Meditation 10,15 tnuuAUy on F'araac lu.jj Dur World Today 11 .uti Big Picture li .M Tut, 1 Citftju-opijerf 10:35 News 10:40 iioi.ywood Movie 11 :i5 bi.; ii on' JVionaay, stjii lit, 1H55 7;uo icaay 7:^3 i.twu — ilemphis « area 7:30 .oaay 7:ij ..(Muier - Mempni* area 6:OU i-Jing Dong tictiool »:l>0 Home ^no 7:30 Robert Montgomery Presents * 8:M Boston Blackle 9:00 TV Reader's Digest 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Big Playback. 10:00 Wrestling 10.30 Weather i News Headlines 10:35 Tonight 11:00 Mystery Theatre 11:30 Sign Off hansel LI I2. American i«\tn.ory io:ivn Wants To Know 1:00 i-iur.ncr* ol Fftlth l.,iO American horutu 2-iAJ At}' ilero 2 ^j £00 farade 3.vO People 3..;U CipiJiin Oaliant 4 ifj Meet "*s Hr?£S A.M Hoy flowers 5 UJ Curtain Call .S .»U Uo It ^otirtolf 6. i>3 Variety Hour 7,uu iVicvialon Playhouse 8.00 uoupi&it Fairbanks* Presents 8.30 i-ucnc? Fiction Theatre S.OO Sold'.prs ol Fortune 9. .10 Corliss Archer 10:00 j'cnntsfi Ford 10:30 r'eRvncr Your Nest 11:U HompinaierB Program 1I.« CHartn with Cathy la-.O-J Nev,-& !2:1S Farm News 12:30 TV Movie Matinee 1:00 Ted Mack Matinee 1:30 H I'ays 10 be Mar- nrd 2:00 Way of the World 2 15 First Love 2:30 World of Mr. 2.45 Modern Romance* 3:00 t'mky Lee - In color 3:30 Howdy Doody 4.00 Movie Time i:00 Cartoon Carnival 5:15 InirrrsiinK Penson 5.22 Weatherman 5:30 Tony Mnrtln 5 « News Caravan 6.00 Producers 1 SrioorcAse color "Our Town" Saturday Night, Sept. 17 6:00 America's Greatest Bands 7:00 Tvo lor ihe Money 7:30 TBA 8:00 Million Dollar Movie 9:50 Weather 9:55 News 10:00 The Late Snow 11:30 Weather Sunday. Sept. 18 1:15 For Your information 1:30 Summer Mt*Une« 2:55 Prolcfisor Pet 3:00 lassie 3:30 Super Circus 4:00 Sunday Lucy Show 4;CO Rin Tin Tin S.30 7:00 7 30 8:00 8:30 9:00 Famous Film FesTtval O. E. Theatre Sia^p Seven . Appnlr.trnent With Adventure What's My Lino The Whistler Paul Page 9:45 9:50 10:00 Break the Bank 0 Weathe 10:30 Sunday Evening Theatre Monday, Sept. 19 6:55 Farm News 7:U-J Morning Show 7:25 Mid South News 7:30 Morning Show 7:55 Memphis .N'CWB 8:00 Garrv Moore 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9-30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Valiant Lady 10:15 Love of Life 10.30 Search For Tomorrow 10:45 Guiding Light 11:00 Jack Parr 11:30 Welcome Traveler 12:00 News 12:0.i Lunchtlme Theatre 12:30 House Pflny 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Lady of the House 1:45 Boh '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 Hartoontlme 5:15 Weather 5:20 News 5:30 Douglas Edwards 5:45 JuIJt;? LaRO-is 6:00 Euros & Allen 6:30 Talent Scouts 7:00 Those Whlttup Gltls 7:30 Medical Horizons 8:00 Studio One 9:00 MGM Parade fl.30 Do ,You Know Why 3:35 TEA 10 05 NPWS 10:15 Weather , 10:3Ci Laic Show 11:30 Weather t f* S UR [ to the soup counter, selected a can, ; campaign was on. A cas J opened it, put the can opener back, j sne cml id help. He wan ' ' :ashier asked if ited to know DES MOWES Iowa i^V-A male ! »'P»t to the cashier's counter, paid j whfire Uie can opcners were kept cu^lomrr was browsing through {for thp soup-and asked the cashier ' grocery. The company's courtesy to dispose of the empty can. GUARANTEED Always a Good E I She showed h4m, and went to other He picked up a can opener, went j duties. CERAMIC TILE For Bathroom Walls & Floors FREE ESTIMATES F.H.A. Terms WALKER TILE CO. 100 E. Daris Ph. 3-6933 the wnr. Slnl^trr event* k«v«- rarrpd nn ihr yncht. On«- crrrr cmhcr hit" dl.nppenrfd. nnoihrr it been •rrlonftlr w»nncl» "T k|»w •• the he»<XV IN the morning with Dr. iLund's permission Lynch and I visited Heitzig. The watchman v,-as in a sunlit cabin which served as the ship's hospital. Lynch spoke to Heitzig in iGerman. The watchman answered in the same tongue. Since German is a language of which 1 have the most extensive ig- inorance, I just stood by. Outside in the corridor Lund said: "A curious story. Heitzig ,said that when he reached Sand's ,study in the course of his usual :rounds he opened the door. He (had heard nothing. He is positive about the time. He puts it i at 3:10 a. m. On opening the door h« says he saw, someone working at Sand's safe." "The thief," said Lynch with •a grave air of disapproval, "had an electric torch. Heitzig could see only his hands and a vague outline. Then he claims to have a recollection of having been struck and falling. And that is all he does remember. He insists there must have been two men in th« room, hot one as w« have supposed." 1 sought out Lily Wyndam. She tqok a good deal of seeking. Even with my specialized interests aboard the Vittoria I was frequently starved for conversation, I trapped her in A deck chair wedged behind a boat deck ventilator. "Where have you been keeping yourself?" "Mostly in my cabin. Reading. Just lying about. If you are en- terlalninj* any dreams, Robert, of • dear little cottage with me over the washtubs I think it is only fair to tell you 1 am extremely lazy. Also, if you'd like to know, I,am being relentlessly pursued. And I don't like it" "Who?" Lily made a face. "Siegfried." I smiled. "Perhaps this incomprehensible passion of Siggy's might be turned to some account," "Whose? Yours?" "In behalf of a noble cause. I've been wanting to talk to you about it, though I haven't made up my mind whether I should." "Of course you don't know anything about me, do you? For all you know, 1 might be Viggo's pet spy, mightn't I? Under the circumstances I suppose I should tell you what Beth and I are doing here. We are n couple of international bums. In a modest way I suppose you couW call us blackmailers." "How come?" "Beth had a good deal of money from her first husband. In American investments. She's American, you know. When she married my father and the war was on he made her sell them and buy British stocks and things instead. Then when the currency restrictions were put on and Beth discovered she could only spend 25 pounds a year outside of Engr land she was wild. So .when Viggo offered to manipulate things so she-could get all her money out of England and spend H where she pleased, she was naturally enchanted. 'From there on things get complicated. Instead of checks just coming in, Beth now seems to have to go to Viggo. Or to one of his agents. . He has them, of course, all .over the world. She won't talk lo me nbout-H. but I've the most distinct impression ihcro was never what n lawyer would call an 'accounting.' I've wondered sometimes if dear Vigga didn't just pocket it, < and doles it back to us when Beth insists. You can see what I meant by being blackmailers? "It works both ways. Whatever Hie arrangement was, it was certainly illegal. If Viggo isn't nice to Beth she can expose him. And if she isn't nice to him, he can expose her." • • • » AT about 4 the next afternoon, piling blue mountains appeared on the horizon dead ahead. At 6:30 we were in the Windward Passage. The arid, brightly colored hills of Cuba were plainly visible to the west. Sand's personal steward went from person to person about the decks. "Dinner this evening will be as usual, sirs. At 7:30. Black tie." A neat trick. The dining salon was below-decks, withwrt so much as a porthole giving on the outer world. This evening there was to be no grabbing a bologna sandwich, then running back on deck for a better look. Sand's kitchen staff was French. By the time we worked through six courses, and the wines, the Vittoria's engines were silent Through the ship's soundproofing we could hear the distant chug and rattle of the windlasses. And finally—unexpectedly — the faint thump and jar as the yachts hull seemed to come to rest against same solid substance. Here at the end of nowhere—a pier! Happfly Lynch and I had in- iisted from the first that we did not play bridge. Otherwise we should never have escaped. Viggo Sand, the master organizer, was in an organizing mood. 'He, Beth Wyndarn, Braim and Sou- hani settled themselves at a table in the lounge, though I thought the second two looked unwilling. Reg Dibble, went to his cabin. Dr. Lund excused himself to at-, tend Heitzig. Lily Wyndam produced black horn-rimmed spectacles from a sequin evening bag and retired with a book. Short of slugging us, a method which I am sure crossed Viggo Sand's mind, there was nothing, then, to keep.Lynch and me from going alnft lo hnve a look, (T* Be C«nUoiic4) BUFFORD SHOE SHOP REPAIRING - CLEANING DYEING 112 S. Broadway ~ IV •'Va-a&r t. M. file. U. S. Pit Off. IMShjI.EA $.m (i . |M . 'He was a cowboy, an Indian, a spaceman, and now he's Daniel Boone—is he ever going to settle down?" "It's a new game called roller skiing! WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 different items in stock! H U BBAR D HARDWARE Indivi^ials-Groups-Farm Bureau Blue Cross - Blue Shield Call represpniative WAYLIN CHESSER TO. Box 307 Blythevillc, Ark. Phone POplar 3-3106 EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware —WE SELLUSED: Refrigerators 49.95 & op Ranges 2S.S5 * «p Washers 24.95 A op Vacuum cleaners 15.M A op T.V SeU-Drjers-Water Heaters —WE REPAIR— Television— Radios — Record players—Ranget Refrigerators— \Va.!*eci Water Heaters—Ii ons A Small Appliances ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. 2M-I8 W. Main «L 2-2071 To Sell — To Buy REAL ESTATE TERRY PO-2-2381 —For Rent— 8 MM CARTOON FILM Wesler>i-C«Mdlet. etc. Kirby Drug Stores NEW WOOLENS 3 Make Clothes With A High Fashion f,ook, at a Low Fashion Price The Howard Cloth Shop North Franklin Phone 3-42M NO ANSWEB_ WUST BE N 8AD SHAPE ,/UEWS \S MS WAWe.ARCHVTZCT F7CW> 'CENTERVLLE...HE WAS TALXMS TO BOOM SEevCE.THEKI HE SAO HE WEEDED A DOCTOR, SO- YEAH...I TALKED TROUBLE WITH ME IS I'M TOO SOFTHEARTED TODAY I ABSENT-MINDEDLY PARKED MY CAR IN A LOADN& ZONE! TI-WT WAS YOUR STORY THE LAST TIME YOU SHOWEP Ut>. AFIRE TOU WOULPNT BELIEVE A\£ IF Z T3LP MDU./W2.FUMT. MISS 1.66, VOU WtRE IN THAT ENEMEWT... ONLY A FEW HOJR5 SERDRE r- rr BURNEP POWN. 2 WHY? THEVP LSAVE WSW VORK WExr NiSKUIU 5ISN THE WtW NOW NOW I KNOW C, you'sif Anxious you WE'LL SEE IF W6 CNJT f NO YOUR 5UIT QUICKLY! YEAR OF TRAVEL ABKWfHE GIRLS ARESOEA,eEKFi!R ,,,HOW SOON COULO tr cripTZ yOU'R5C6rEKWIN6OTO CWTAIU HE'S WOWED! BUT'WE WAkir THOSE AWATOS; THEM, AWD-yTHKEE ¥6AKS,,A» A SKVICt 10 T» UMKM1 TBE ANYBODY HERE NOW. SUPPOSE OL'GUZ 5UJGSED 'ER...OR 5UMPIN? SO...SHE MNT/MAKE MARKED Up7oFIT?/i1SOnFDCBy NONE. ~^K^B^ ME' DAMGE5T/SUMP1N/ 'SALL YELLIN' / AWFUL I QUIET I EVER ( MUSTA \ NOW.' HEA.RDIV HAPPENED.' IP SIVE10UA , aues, 3LIT MV CAB IS LOADED WITH GROCERIES I AIN'T. \ HAt?O T' PLEASi! I'LL I?IPE ON B6TTEC HANS ON TO SOMETHING BESIDES THE DObe...lT MAY COME rf GOOP OPEN .' J [ IDEA,

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