The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1955 · Page 17
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 17

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 21, 1955
Page 17
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1MN BLTTHEY1LLI (ARK.)' COURIER NEW! PACK SITUNTBKIf OUR IOARDIN« HOUSI — with M.j.r HM*!* OUT OUK WAY 60MC PEACH \.>1H5THEK YOJ,, vi-w,. REALLY// 6KA5S CUe&D, MSAKSLS, 0£ 30ST f H.6/J ftJT X ! "505 HA13/< MADS OtHt YOU .f| MlSTAKS MA^ACLEO/^ -"!»», 60URMSTS ASCOT IT.' ' .' 1Hl *0ri- XPIK JOVIAL • FACES It A i ,.-.-_.. SALUBRIOUS TOKJtC' llWTEAofl PPE Me.'—UM.' — CCOL6/) WO*J A?OOT A F5W TH6 (7 SUARTET TUMSS? PIPES.'./! —• rJO.WArTr* MACTUA M16UT TMlKlk I'M 'RED -^ C'x' COMMITTEE = ^ •o > i -BUT 1 DON'T ANTTHIN6 ABOUr BOX-, INS I HONEST/ PUT THESE ot.Slow J I'VE BEErt LOOK- INS FOE AN EXCUSE •t TO POTHIS/ C'MOJ,PUT EM UP.' EVERY <sur SHOULD KNOW THE ART Of SELF DefENSB/ TtUvition — T.night, Tomorrow — WMCT Chinntl 5. ft WHBQ Channel 13 WMCf Chauel I Wednesday, night Sept. 11 6.00 Superman 6:30 Cisco Kid 7 00 Television Theatre 800 This IB Your Life S 30 Mr. District Attorney C.OO Kiddie Cantor 9-30 Sews Reporter B.45 Request Performance 10 15 Weather 10 2G Tonight 11 00 Mystery Thentre 11.30 Sign Off 6.SO Meditation 7-00 Today . ^ 7:35 Nrws — McmphU area 7 30 Tods? 7:55 Weather —Mcmphli RT'Ml fi 0 Ding Dong School 8 JO Cartoons S 15 Storytand 9 00 Horn? Bhow — color ftcgment I ft (W Trnnesjee Ernlf Fowl 10.30 Father Your Ne«t 1J:GO Shopping At Home 11:15 Homcmaken Program 1J:45 Charm with Cathr 12:00 News 12:15 PErm Newi 12:30 TV MoTle M*tln« 1:00 Ted M*ck Matlne* 1:3Q It Pays to b* Mir- rlrxi 2:00 War of the World 2:15 First Um 2:30 World of Mr. Sweeney 2'.45 Modern Romance! 3:00 Pinky Let - In color 3:30 Howdy Doodf 4:00 Movie Tlmp 3 00 Cartoon Carnival 5 15 Interesting Person 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Dinah Shore 5.45 News Caravan 6.00 The Best of Oroucbt 6:30 I Led Three Urea 7:00 Draznel 7:30 Theatre 8 00 Video Theatre 9,00 Playhouse of Stan fl:3C News Reporter p:45 U's B Great Life 10:15 Weather 10:20 Tonight 11:00 Mystery Theatrt 11:30 Sign Off WBBV Chauei IS Wednesday, night Sept. 31 6:00 HAWK ot me Wilderness 6:25 Do You Know Why 8:30 Disneyland 7:3Q'Waterfront 8:00 Wednesday Night . Pighu R.45 Sports Picture 9.00 Masquerade Party 3:30 Penny To A Million 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Late Show 11:30 Weather Thursday, Sept. M 6 55 Farm News 7 :00 Morntnf Show 7:25 Mid South Newi 7.30 Morning Shcir 7:55 Memphis New-g 8:00 Garry Moore 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Strike It Hlrh 10.00 Valiant Lady 10 15 Love ot Lofe 10,30 Search For WE'VE GOT IT! Ovtr 33,000 different itemi in iteck! H U B 8 AR D KAKDWAKI BUFFORD SHOE SHOP REPAIRING - CLEANING DYEING 112 S. Broadway WE RENT • HOSPITAL BEDS . . • ROLLAWAY BEDS • USED REFRIGERATORS • USED WASHERS WADE FURNITURE CO. 112 W. CERAMIC TILE For Bathroom Walls * Floors FREE ESTIMATES F.H.A. Term* THE STORY i Robert »*»»*, AKirrlm* «mMtfnr crliwt»oto|r1«t. • •d B*rtr«*i I.j-nek. Brftlsk !•- tcfUjEtmer operative, are *r*»U lBterv«te4 !• Vice* •••«'• «»- -(emvt (• r*«+Ter, ->"-i bailie* *«eret«< !• Haiti ta the «lo*lna: t*T* mt the war. Golan njibore Mffr, m former 0-boat •( . mm* (fcea «««Bcoit« tahea xvin SOME measure at Intelligence waj cormnf back into Meer's fac«. "I came ashore," be nncoovincingly. "to take a little walk. This savage who attacked me ... 1 do not know. I do Dot understand." "That savage," said . Lynch brusquely, "spok* German.' I strongly advise you, Meer, to confide In uf." Stubbornly, Mew thook his head. Then he Irowned. "Did ... did Vogel shoot it me?" Lynch answered swiftly. "No. Someone else." He cackred grimly- "You're not popular, Heir Meer. If you want to live to complete your mission I advise you to enlist our help.** The ex-submariner drew him lelf up with a kind of battered arrogance. "I think 1 shall go now." With which he turned his back on us and staggered off, Since there seemed no point in talcing after him, we let him go. Reginald Dibble produced a case and snapped h open. We accepted cigarets. "I suppose you didn't see who took that shot at us?" Lynch asked. Dibble shook his head. "No. Just the flash as he fltetl." "No chance you hit him?" "None whatever. I just fired to shoo him off." "By the way," Lynch asked politely, "mind if I look at that !»n you're carrying?" He held Kit hit hand. Dibble hesitated, Mien retched jg nla hip pocket and Lynch the revolver. As swiftly as a snake's strike Lynch thrust the gun unto the air and fired And again, as fast as he could pull the trigger Five times, until a click showed the chamber was empty Thank you," Lynch repeated sweetly "I like noise." Taking .the revolver gingerly by the hot barrel, fre presented it butt-flrst to its owner "1 suppose." said Dibble icily "every man is entitled" to his tastes. However odd." There was-a strained pause. Dibble shook his head "Viggo won't like you being here." "Then," said Lynch tartly, "Viggo can lump it. Mr Sand, 1 he went on righteously, "has employed Mr. Deane here and myself not only to protect his person, but also, presumably, to protect bis investment. We have tried to make it clear to him we must work as we **e flt." "Ah well," Dibble said enigmatically, "a short life and a merry one. . . . Who can the large intruder have been?" "We havent the dimmest idea," 1 said. "Except that he was • white man. There was no doubt about that Though the subject's rarely touched upon, there's a reek to a white man who has rejected the benefits of soap, especially in the tropics, which is unmistakable." a • • DIBBLE wac thoughtfully regarding my companion. "You wouldn't care to tell me whether you have any idea where on this earth we are?" '1 can see no harm in that," Lynch muttered. "Do you remember the occupation of Haiti by the U.S. Marines in 1915?" Dibble and I said we'd heard of it Lynch went on m hti mort didactic mannar, "Revolution* had been aimott coutut ia Mtrch,, ' ly J. R. WiltifliM THANK MB\ I NEVER WANT TQ6ITAMARK OF PI6TIW£TION FERWORKlW THESE SWEST; 6EKIT1-E CATTLE THEY'RE R NOT A THIN* NEW, STIFFV- THEM * ALL. OLV BREAK* OMTH6TLAI6 AMP THISW'S OCTT NOTHIN' "You told Mom I should take il easy recovering from mumpi, Doctor—how about going back-to tchool m the second semester?" Pur nee THERE, ear— I'VE WEN UNDERESTIMATES YOU ALL ALONS/ I've decided to have a filet mignon instead of the hamburger my father ordered for me!" PEOPLE OE EVEEV \ I'LL 9E CAYAVJDTHELWIWS KTTHE LOOT,IWVETJYljGO OW LMMG TH3K THERE ANOTHER \ BUSY/ js^CHM LfvES.SOU W!U\GIHIWV. EATTHEAJEPCCT I KICW WEU..8EAU.V-SUCH WHATAQUESnOW, GMNV/ICAWTWlk TOM, BILL'S DEATH) OUTOtJ HS WIDOW ISN'T GONG TO v-\ AT AT1ME UKE THIS. Paint Closeout Tomorrow 10:45 Guiding Light 11:00 Jack Parr 11:30 Welcome Travelers 12.00 New* 12:30 Lunchtlme Theatre 1:00 Bli Payoff 1:30 Lady of the House 1:45 Bob Crosby 2:00 Brighter Day 2:15 Secret Storm 2:30 On Your Account 3:00 Robert Q. Lewie 3:15 Early Show 4:30 Mart Patrol 5:00 Western Theatre 5:15 Weather 5:20 News 5 30 Douglas Zdward* 5:45 Up Beat 6:00 Bob Cummlngs 6:30 Stop the Music 7:00 Star Tonight 7:30 The Lone Ranger 8:30 Damon Runyon Theatre 9:00 T-Mrn In Action 9:30 Do You Know Whf 9:35 Qzsie & Harriet 10--05 NEWS 10-15 Weather 10:20 Late Show 11:30 Weather Price Hubbard Hardware 1 THINK EVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAVE A BOG-. -THEY GUARD HOUSE, KEEP INTRUDERS AWAY_ .THEY PROTECT.I AND PLAY WITHI) THE CHILDP.EM ONLY LEFT-OVER HASH TODAY OLIVER Give Your Child Something Educational and Entertaining for Xmas, a set of Child World Books. Call 3-4152 for Demonstration. THANKS. NOW iM-L WE N£SP \5 THE OS-A WLS, LOTUS 8LO&SCKV LIKE HOW •jDU MAKE TH6 PLflMTS INFLAMMABLE SO THEytL RESPONP TO MOOP 15 THIS THE &SL WHO BUf& H.CWBC& f*&<\ THIS 6lfiL PKSTTIEB THAW ON* I SEU- —WE SELLUSED: Refrigerators ........ 49.95 & up Kin 5 » ............... 2i.»5 A ip VTaihen.'. .......... 24.55 * «p Vanuro cleancn ..... 15.N A ip T.V Sets-Drjerj-Witer Bealirs HOW FAR I* IT ALONS THE RIVER FROtt KEKE TO THE SULFO 1 MEXICO, 6UM? WEIL TKMIEL THE LS.5T FSOMTIEK THE STATES, EASY! THERE'* ONE STKEH OF 300 WILES WIW- OUT A 8KIDS6! JUST 8ELCTW a PA50 ARE THREE OLD TOIVW5 FOUWOBO ABOUT I£9O. TWO OF THEM WERE W MEXICO IU THE KIKER BED LtFf . OH THEr BAWX..IM TEXASl DK.WENWZA. \5 WELL KWOWW ALOWS TWE KIO SRAMOE. 50 WE'LL STOP FOR CWRLANO WITH HI* FR.IEJJP5. WALKER TILE CO. 100 E. D»TJ» Ph. 3-6933 —WE REPAIR— Telerision — Rmdies— Record player*— Range* Refrigerators — Wash en Water Heaters — It ons A Small Appliances ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. ORNERY AS HE S, I DONT THINK HE'S ANY MWCH FDR THAT CRITTER TAIL HE'S MAYBE NOT, BUT WA1T.' MY EAR'S A.-HUMMIN'.' WATCH IT, BOY.. THERE'S SUMPIN COMIN'.' USTEN TO THAT! TH' TIGER'S ROAR'x-' NO, BUT 'SNO NEED FOR/WH BETTER g TRACKINS ANY MORE; EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware 3-2*15 HURRY ON OR THERE WONT BE ANYTHING LEFT OF OLD WNfiSUZ. ndlviduals-Groups-Farra Bureau Blue Cross - Blue Shield Call representative .WAYLIN CHESSER P.O. Boi 307 Blythcville, Ark Phone POplar 3-3106 I V LliCt TO V I DO A HAVE YOU 00 I MUCH MTTER ONE OF VOU« L JOS ON TH CX3U.AS If */Vf- PORTWAITS X COLLAR ONE, OF ME, OLP L FU5DSY! FWIENP i 15 ALL I r7 OKAY, INTEND TO / TISHTWAD 6PENP.' 1 ...STEP THIS WAY! Wa'aV.W — For Rent — 8 MM CARTOON FILM Kirby Drug Store* WttO ?? OO-S-OVN.OOWY'.SORt ft OORV VvWt '. ? SftttfCPfet ?? WHV. NEW WOOLENS Make Clothes With A High Fashion Look, at a Low Fashion Price Mirth FrukHn *wl 1915 a petty dictator named Vilbrun Guillaume Sam seized power He did not last long. On July 26 of the same year—" "You've been doing homework!" I accused him. "On July 26. 1915. President Sam .ook refuge from the Presidential Palace in the building at the French Legation. A savage mob invaded it and literally tore him to pieces in the streets of Port au Prince. Exactly two hours later, the American Marines landed." "What's that tc do with this?" • • • LYNCH pretended not to hear me "Though no one now denies that the American occupation ultimately did Haiti enormous good, the move at the time was widely criticized The real reason for that action could not then be revealed. 1 didn't know i myself for man_ years. "The corrupt Guillaume Sam had' given permission to Germany to construct a secret fortress and submarine harbor on the commanding headland of the Mole St. Nicolas." Lynch slapped the dry gmsi on which we sat. "Here! "Construction was'actuaUy weJD under way when the American government got wind o< H. United States was not yet in the war. Yet it was Intolerable for a warring -European power to establish an armed position oo a site which commanded the chie* approach to '. the Panama CanaL Obviously the work was interrupted with the arrival of the American forces.. I also ascumt :he German engineers directing the project hastily departed. Probably by submarine. The famous Deutschland had already made transocean voyages." "So," 1 . contributed, "when they were looking for • nic« :ommodiouj safe deposit box, someone thought of this. I'd btt a million 1923 German marks, characters like Meer still piously regard this as German property.** "At this moment then," Dibble said dreamily, -we may be tteally .ittinc on 15,000,000.' <T» »•

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