Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 14, 1964 · Page 47
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 47

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WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED .... II ._ AI . B X [JAR.OLD J,: *BY THE AUTHORITY INVESTED/N ME BY KING ARTHUR, I HAVE PRAWN UFA TREATY. PEACE IS TO BE MAINTAINED /A/ CORNWALL UNTIL THE SAXON WAR is OVER 6R THE KING'S ANGER WILL BE AROUSED." PRINCE CHARLES SIGNS FOR HIS FATHER/ KIN6 HARLOCH. KING 6RUNDEMEDE SIGNS, AND WHY NOT- HE HAS GIVEN HIS ARMY AWAY TO ARTHUR VAL HANDS ALRICK A QUILL: "SIGN," HE COMMANDS, "O? WE LAY SIEGE TO YOUR CASTLE AW YOU WILL BE/NSfDE WITH YOUR UNPAID, HUNGRY TROOPS " KING ALRICK SIGNS .... , . , PRINCE VALIANT HAS SUCCEEDED IN RAISING AN ARMY IN CORNWALL ^ BUT WHAT AN ARMY. 6AWAIN, CHARLES ANP A SMALL GROUP OF " / VETERAN WARRIORS MUST WHIP THESE VAGABONDS INTO SHAPE // BEFORE THEY REACH CAMELOT. THE STRAGGLING MOB COVERS ONLY FIVE MILES THE FIRST DAY. AT THIS RATE THEY MAY REACH CAMELOT TOO LATE. VAL CALLS HIS OFFICERS TOGETHER: «A7M5 ARTHUR HAS SENT SUPPLIES, I HAVE ORDERED THE WAGONS PLACED TWENTY MILES APART. TELL YOUR MEN IT IS TWENTY MILES A PAY OR GO HUNGRY." THE ARMY MOVES MORE QUICKLY NOW OUR STORY TURNS TO PRINCE ARN WHO HAS BEEN SENT INTO NORTH WALES TO PLEAD WITH HIS FRIEND, THE YOUNG KING CUPPOCK, FOR TROOPS TO AID ARTHUR. ss\i5Tv^vmtv^ BUT THE BOY-KING IS NOT IN HIS STRONGHOLD. A RAID BY THE SCOTTI HAS CALLED HIM AWAY TO THE COAST. ARN FOLLOWS. 3 IK THE SCOTTI HAVE STRUCK AND GONE AND, AS USUAL, NOT A LIVING THING STIRS AMONG THE SMOLDERING RUIN. NEXT WEEK- Grim

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