The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1955 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 24, 1955
Page 11
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M ^MH' i ^^9 BL (AUK.)' OOUltlXR fl*W1 FAMBLltlM QUK JOAKHN4 HOUSI - with M.i«, /; l'« KEM 4IT- TllJ6HeReAU (f I HAD 8«eM LE« A AND CRUMBS — HMP/ CASVT tf?u SET A BIT EARLIER; ' YOU'D APPEAR Ir4 B6 THE ZS6T- FUL SATTlV FOR.6ELF PR6SERV- • OUT OUR WAY ftv J. R. KM BACK rr our/ rve WATCHEP WU MANY ATME .~,^ WILL DULY )TAKE A SECOND (TO STSAM OfEU. «A NOT SPEAK- N6 TO HIM BUT 1 WAMT It) HEAR. HIS SIDE OF WE AK6UMEMT.' 1 WANT YOU TO TAKE THIS LETTER R16UT BACK "£> HIS HOUSE.' __ SA-10 WAS NOTKtrviG 6UTA BfSfiXCICOF LIES/ TtUvicion — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Chomul 5, Ir WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT ChanacU * SiturAay, nisht iept. 24 fl.OO Ferry Como Show 7:00 PeOplr Are Funny 7:30 Donald O' Connor 1.00 Ana Here'* the Show 8:30 Your Hit P»r»d» J.OO City Dftectlre 8:30 HoUrwood Half Hour 10 00 Father Knows B«rt 10:» The Vise 11 00 My»tery Thcatr* 11-30 Dr»rn* Theatre 12:00 Sitrn Off Suntbr, Sept. H 10 05 News and Meditation 10:15 Industry 1 on Psrude 10.30 Dig Plcturr n 00 The Christopher* 11.30 This I« the Life 12 00 American Inventory 12:30 Youth* to Know 1:00 i^ronitprs o/ F»Kh 1:30 American Forum 3.00 My Hero 2 .?0 Zoo Purndf 3 M People 3 30 Captain O»U»nt •4 no Meet thf Prrm 4 30 Roy nogern 5.00 Curtftln C»U a 50 Frontier 6-00 Variety Hour 7.00 Telfv-uion pliyhouM B 00 DouKlM rMrbftnU 9 00 soldlem of Pomine B 30 CorlKi Archer If) M Mid-western Hnyrtde 10:30 Parts Precinct 11:00 Headline News and Weather 11:05"Hollywood Movie Theatre 12.00 Sinn Oil Monday, Sept. 2* 8:50 Meditation 7:00 Today 7:25 News—Memphis area 7:30 Today 7:55 Wfa;her—Memphis area 8:00 Ding Dong School 8.30 Cartoons &-A5 Sioryland S:OQ Home Show- color segment 10:00 TcnneMec Ernie Ford 10:30 Feather Tour Neat 11:00 Shopping at Home 11:15 HomeroftXerB Program 1:45 Chsrm with Cathy 12,00 News 12:15 Farm Newi 12:30 TV Movie Matinee 1 rOO Ted Mack Mntlnec 1:30 It Pft?K to b« Married 3 00 Way of the World 2:15 First LOTB 3.30 World of Mr. Sweeney 2'45 Modern Romancw 3:00 Pinky Irfe 3:30 Howdy Doody—in color 4:00 Movie Time 5-CK) Cartoon Carnlr&] 5:15 Interesting Person Wrestling Interview Weatherman Tony Martin Cflesar'6 Hour Medlg Robef: Montgomery Presents Boston Blaclcle Hollywood Half Hour News Reporter Dig Playback Wrestling Weather At Sewi Headlines Tonlglr. Mystery Theatr* Sign Of! 5:22 5:25 5:30 5:45 6:00 7:00 7;30 8:30 9:00 10:00 10:30 10:35 11:00 11:30 WHBQ Channel U Saturday, nUht Sept. 34 6:00 America's Greatest Bands 7:00 Two For the Money 7:30 Ford Jubilee 8:00 Million Dollar Morlo 10:30 Weather 10:35 News 10:45 Late Show 11.30 Weather Sunday, Sept. 21 1.13 For Your Information 1:30 Summer Matlne* 2:55 Professor Pet 3:00 Super Clrcu* 4:00 Sunday Lucy Show 4:30 Rin Tin Tin 5-.00 Hollywood BaeltBtame, 5:30 Famous Film Festival 7;00 Chance of A Lifetime 7:30 Life Begin* At Eighty 8:00 Break the Bank 8:3O What's My Line 8:00 The Whistler »:3Q T. B. A. 10:00 News 10:!0 Weather 10:15 Sunday Erenlng Theatre Monday, Sept. M 8:45 New* 8:00 Horoper Room 10:00 This Is Hollywood 11:30 Stu Erwln—Trouble With Father 12:00 News 12:05 Lunch time Theatr* J2S5 Early Show 2:10 Amy Vanderbllt 2:15 Miss America Matinee 3:00 Bo?o And HU Friends 4:00 Adventure Hour— Gene Autry-Roy Rogers 6:00 Mickey Mouw Premier 0:00 Dinner Theatre 8 25 Do You Know Why 6:30 T. B A. 7:00 I Love Lucy 7;30'MeiJlcal HOrfzOoa 8,00 Studio One »:00 M.O.M. P&nd« 9:30 TV Reader'j ,Dlg«t 10;00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Late Show 11:30 Weather Continued from preceding page Notic* German chocolate cakea made oy order Ph 3-3340 Mr* Fred copeland. 8;2pfc 10j2 OS1D REFRIGZRATOR «9.fS up WHIT1 5; 34 tk tl For Ladles who sew — Save and Save, or buying your- BLACK WATCH" woolens, flannels and corduroys, at the Remnant House In Kennett, Mo. 203 S. Main. »;17 Pfc 25 We ouy utftd furniture hALSELL * WHJTK 113 S Dlrlslon Ph 3-M96. S|4 ck 11 Bites th* Hmnd EVANSTON, HI. (^H-Top«y had a , rrason for blUnit hrt master t^lce I on the le(t hand. | Jack Van Dermelr, 32, was wnsh- | In ft some automobile part* in gi*o- . line in'a filling station. The pail I of gasoline caught fire and Van >. I>rmelr tofsed the mass of flames j through the door just B« Topsr. his! dog. was passing tt. Van Dermelr | then chased Topsei', trj'ing to puti out the flame*. When he caught her the bit him, putting him In a hos- piinL NEW WOOLENS Make Clothe* Wilh A High Fashion book, at a Low Fashion Pric* The Howard Cloth Shop North Franklin Road Phone 3-42M Kirby Drug Store $725 For Your Old I ELECTRIC RAZOR on & new Remington, Schlck, Sunbeum, Ronaon or Norelco Indlrlduals-Groops-Firm Biirfin Blue Cross - Blut Shield Cull representative WAYLIN CHESSER P.O. Bon 307 BI.rUeTiHe. Ark. Phone POplar 3-3106 XXI LYNCH led me to hi? cabin- When be had closed the door be rummaged in the back oi a dresser drawer and found one of those .combination tool affairs which are made for mechanically inclined travelers. He crawled with it under his bed. When he emerged h* was looking pleased with himself. "I exit the wire. Stn« Sand knows we know of that convenient device of his, there'i no further point in being furtivt." He made, himself comfortable in one of the cabin's two chairs. Th* crux of this affair, as it, * o< any ca«, w he began, "has b*en one of properly gaging the connection these various people have with one another. About a number of them w* still remain ignorant A« you gathered, I couldn't hear everything. But what I did hear wat revealing. Manfred Braun regard* himself a« Meer's manifest superior. He snapped and snarled at him like a Prussian officer ticking off an incompetent servant. Meer ac- oepted it. Braun wanted to know why Mew hadn't reported to him at once on his return to the ship. Meer humbly apologized. Braun was still laboring that theme when I began to listen. "Braun inquired why Meer's head and neck were bandaged. Meer's explanation was long and confused. But I did hear him repeat the nam« *Vogcl.* Vogel seemed to b* connected in some way with a sketch or drawing H had been Mcer's duty to kill him. He thought he hi»d done so. The attack on him tonight waft therefore beyond his comprehension. I had the impression Braun wasn't particularly interested in whnt^ had happened to Meer'l skull. What h« wanted to know was whether th* cawf of gold were still intact and .were where Mm and hii part/ had Uft th*m, Meer said that he couldn't be sure but that he as yet had no reason to believe the chests had been disturbed. Braun then dismissed him." Lynch shifted his position so he. could ftx his eyes on mine. "What I found most interesting," he said slowly, "came as Meer was leaving. He was right away across the cabin from the microphone. He did nbt speak loudly. But I'd be willing to take my path that what he said was this: 'Gute Nacht, Mein Fuehrer." I softly whistled a single sustained note. "Th« late Adolf's anointed heir?" "A reasonable assumption." • • • 1 HAD been sound asleep lor several hours when 1 suddenly found myself wide awake. The engines, deep in the yacht's hull. h«d been started. At the same time I heard footsteps and low voices and the creaking of a pulley. I glanced at my watch. It was 4:30. I put on slippers and went out on deck. Lynch, in pajamas, was there ahead of me. At another clang of the engine room telegraph the white yacht forged slowly ahead. It did not go far. At about half a mile from shore, in the lee of the dark headland, the Vlttoria came gradually to > halt again. At a low call from Carey, one of the big bow anchors was let go wfth > rattling of chain «nd a resounding splanh.' Lynch gripped my arm and whispered: "Listen!" For a moment I did not know what he meant. Then I heard. Off the darkness of the Haitian hills there was a sound o* drumming. Lynch cheerfully slapped my shoulder "Run along now, Bobby, and fH mort ilcep. I h«v« some meiMgei to finish." I was up again early. The only other n*mb« •( our aot-u- 1 select company who was up so early was Dr. Lund. I joined hii» at the rail. His opening remark was unexpected. "There is so much beauty in the world!" Since I was not in the mood for philosophy, I changed the subject. "This your first trip to the West Indies, Doctor?" "The first time I have traveled outside Europe." "You're making your voyage in curious i company." "Why do you say that?" "Would you call this a conventional yachting party? Meer, the disciplined fanatic who still do'esn't know his cause was buried forever in the rums of the Reichschancellery. Braun, his leader—" "His what?" Dr. Lund asked quietly. • • » 'SO Mr. Lynch and I understand," I went on casually. "In this conflict of interests aboard here, he, curiously, seems to b« the central figure. That upsets you?" Dr. Lund smiled. "As any citizen of my small country would be if he learned the snake he thought dead still had life in it." "The remaining puzzle," I went on, "is Mr. Souhani. I wondered if'you knew h'im?" The Norwegian shook.his head, "Any ideas?" "About Mr. Souhani? Only this. This group of men in whom you are interested are Central Europeans. H there is conflict or distrust between them, it* source in these times is usually political. You must understand I have no information. I say this only as a possible direction for your inquiries." Lily Wyndam, in B white silk blouse and yellow linen shorts, placed herself unexpectedly in the narrow space between us at the rail. Dr. Lund looked as Jf inch high spirits as Miss Wyndnm had before breakfast made him slightly ill. With a murmured excuse he bowed to ut both and wandered off. He was almoBt immediately r^ placed by Lynch, Private Rooms Comfortable bedroom In private homi Business jtrLs only Ph. 2-2514. 8;25 pit 9,2i Bedroom lor girl*. Ph. 2-2087. 8i3« ck U Nlc« bedroom Men only Ph. 3-4432 9i 12 cktl Sleeping room, men only. Ph. 2-2548; Irs. W. M. LaFerney. 704 Clear Lake Te . 9J20 pit 28 rront bedroom. Prt. entrance. Gas cat. Ph. 3-6281 day. 3-3528 night. 9i22 pic 30 2 bedrooms. Splendid location, attic 'an. ga» heat. Ideal lor teachers, work- ng couple, girls or men. 807 ChlckR- "awba. Ph. 2-2994. 9 22 pk 9,26 Saltim«n Wantad Experienced automobile salesman to sell new or used cars. J500 a month guaranteed to right man. Commission on sales. All replies conricientlal. See Bud Wilson at Bud Wilson Motors. 921 ch B26 Wanted to Buy Oeed sidewalk bicycle tn good condition. Ph. 3-6327 after 5 p. m. 19 dh 30 Good used cotton trailer with 2-bale bed. Pb. 2-2957. 9.19 ck t.f We buy used furnltura HALSELL * WH1TT. 113 8 Dlrlslnn Ph 3-6096 *,4 ck ti Wanted to Rent 2 bedroom house, unlurn. or partly irn. Ph. 3-6775. 8;21 pk 39 2 bedroom home. ph. 3-6775. 9,21 pk 25 BUFFORD SHOE SHOP REPAIRING - CLEANING , DYEING 112 S. Broadway Attention: Men of the 461st Wing! Hudson Can Supply All Your Clothing Needs: • Uniforms • Belts • Caps • Ties • Slacks • Shirts • Cheverons • Jewelry Cleaner - Clothier • Tailor Blytheville, Ark. .u.«.»»tM. Of,. IMS by MA smin. hi "Haven't you got ANY dnwMs that you didn't buy you were en a diet?" "Do I b»g whtn you'ri utmg your <taf fci««H«7" _ . __rWAFR*Off BEEN?THE PLANE rS ALMOST BEAD/TO LEWE/L, C WOT THAT 10 LET IT. ^"^ LE4/E WITHOUT SOU.' WW.WWT DO M3U WEWJ?TDM AND IWEKE WADE FOB EACH OTHER. OF COURSE,* ISNT MAKING ENOUGH WONEV VET, BUT VfrEPEIT \VOULDSS UNCLE JOHN,WHATINTHE WBLO CO M3U.SUPPOSE IS KEEPING TOW X^YE-5, I BELIEVE fW MAKING ONESELF A WELL-ROUNDED INDIVIDUAL IS THAT WHY SHE EATS-SO MANY.-, CREAM PUFFS T f YOU VERSATILE, YES, I'VE FINISHED MY CHARCOAL DRAWING- COURSE. 7H8ZS WHS ft VM*C.. JtfiOX Of- lOt-lll TH£ FI8E5 ID 9Z. BUVMBPOJH6R LCVSB,LUM PONft. AM I R6HT? X)UB FATHEE, MISS LOTUS BLOSSOM, BE- CMKt Hf OOH&PEK M3U THE USLV PUOC- UW6. THE PEUC«E WEIL &=T VOU BACK IN THE STATES TOMORROW. WITH A NEW IDENTITY PLSNTYOC OOUSH THAT WONT EVER SB / HND Trf RiaHT MW QUESTIONED 1 . ITJML/WOSt SHOESlCA*! SET! — ^A. WBPINTO;MONT W§U-,IUK1 VOUSUKB PONT LOOK UKE THAT NOW, PALI THAT JO POUUOS VOU PUT ON./W TH' NOSE OPERATION, SIA5SES AN' MUSTACHE TO MAKE VOU LOOK LOOK,MY ROOMS PAPK&P WITH OU? .,,U£EDAFMU£ PAMrOR . .. . UNOtH «*WTHeK MAU6- DIDJAHME RSOM (l SOUTH MABRICAW ANY TROUBLE I C WUW. ANO WWf 5URI GETTIW INTO \ HOtODy (Ml TW.OS COK! MEXICOj COX6 J«s-_ _• 5TILETT01 WB.L. ITS MY TAIL NOW, SEE? I'M TH' ONLY TIGER 'ROUNP THESE PARTS.' •rAH! THATS HOW TH' TIGER HAP IT FieGERED... BUT I GAVE HIM TH' 0L' BUSINESS, Y'BETCHA.' cut , TH' NERVE \GUZ, FT'S OF'IM.COMIN'JMISTAIL AFTER ME / YOU LIKE THAT/A SOT.' HOLYCOW, SUZ, WE THOUGHT •tOJ WAS IN TERRIBLE TROUBLE/

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