The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1955 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 3, 1955
Page 13
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 19K8 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COWUER HEWS PAGE THIRTEEN OUK BOARDIN6 HOUSi - with Major HoopU CAESAR/ _ (MY |6 THAT IMPERIAL ALARS\ CLAMGIMS ' AT TKllS'UHS HOOR ?~-C IT/ Ler Me W »4HV MUST t*f*b . \ CReeP F(?0M HIS , 4TAKT £M ^f COJCH AT CRA<X THAT SLAsreoX OF DAVJM TO eesitO ELEVATOR \^MOlLlM6 AT DULL :$OB/~AHD \f TALK'S ? -LAffoe ;t?Y fi&ne H SHOULD ^TACT MV gODV /A AT MOOfi ~ WE'D ,, ALL LNE LOM6£K MOR6/1 AMD PfeoSPER y M£>r2e / ^, RARE PICTOE.£/ FRAME IT= OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* WE6OTLOT5 OFTlME-THf BOSS JUST THEY FOUND ABALLAWP ARE KIPPIM' THEM PUDSS, HOUDIM' 'EM UP. MV, MV, FEKDIB" VOUEUT A WICKED BALL.' YOU'LL BREAK MY RACQU6T.' ' TO HAVE A COUPLE 86ERS BORW THIRTY YEARS TOO 5OOM Jir. -5 Ui,Ft?eCK/ STILL CCAMMIMG FOR. C EXAMS ? WIMP IF i FILL MT Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Chonnel 13 WMCT Channel 5 Monday Night, Oct 3 6.00 Carsar's Hour 7:00 Medic 7:30 Robert Montgomery Presents 8:30 Boston Blackln fl:l>0 Dangerous Assignment 9 30 News Reporter 9.45 Dr.; Playback 10 00 Wrestling 10.30 Weather & News HendlineE 10:35 Tonight. 11.00 Mystery Theatre 11 .30 Sign Off "• 10:45 a.m. World Series in color Hi game Is scheduled) Tuesday. Oct. 4 S.W Meditation 7.00 Today 7-25 News— Memphis area 7:30 Today. 7'55 Weather— Memphis area 8.00 Din« Dong School 8 '30 Cartoons S 45 Storylanrf 9:00 Home Show — 10:30 u : op 11:15 color segment Tennessee Ernie Ford Feathfr Your Nest Shopping at Home Hompmakers Program . Charm with Cathy i News i Farm News i TV Movie Matinee 1 it Pays to he Married I Way of the World i First Ixivp ) World of Mr. Sweeney i Modern Romances ) Pinky LCP ) Howdy Doody—tn color ) Movie Time 1 cartoon Carnival i Interesting Person S Weatherman r. Dinah Shore i News Caravan ) Bob Hope ) Jane Wyman's Fireside } Playwright Hovir ) Grand Ole Opry 9:00 Famous Playhouse 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Cartoon Time 8:55 Weather <t News Headlines 10:00 Star Stage 10:30 Tonight 11:00 Mystery Theatre 11:30 Sisn Oft *• 10:45 a.m. World Series in uolor \\t game is scheduled) WHBQ Channel 13 .Monday Sight, Oct 3 5:00 Dinner Theatre 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Ramar of the Jungle 7:00 I Love Lucy 7:30 Medical Horizons 8:00 Studio One 9:00 M.G.M. Parade 9:30 TV Reader's Digest 10:00 News 10.10 Weather 10:15 LPS Paul and Mary Ford 10:20 Late Show 11.50 Weather Tuesday, Oct. 4 8:45 News 9-00 Romper Room 10:00 This Is Hollywood (Note: If the World's Series Is still going on, show :0:-J5 —1:45 p.m. "World's Series 1 '.) 11:30 Trouble With Father 12:00 News 12:05 Lunchtlme Theatre 12:45 Early Show 2:15 Miss America Matinee 3:00 Bozo nnd His Friends 4:00 Adventure Hour <Gen<? Autry-Roy Rogers) 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 Dinner Theatre 6.25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Warner Bros, Presents 7:30 Watt Earp 8:00 164,000 Question 6 30 Dr. Hudson's Secret 9:00 Danny Thomas 9:30 cavnlcade Theatre 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Paul Page 10:30 Late Show 12:00 Weather For tches, pains, cuts. Bruises. Born* colds heaiachei. bites and ittafff in Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment \vailablr at vmn (amrite driiR (••tintef C. G. SMITH PRODUCTS CO. EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware FOR SALE L'sed Concrete Pipe and Metal Culvert Pipe Sizes, from 10 to -18 Inches Priced Cft% Less Than WV New Phone PO 3-3646 For All That's Good in Insurance Fire, Extended Coverage, Automobile, Fire, Theft and Liability, and surety bonds for your employees. Sound Insurance protection and deivendable service, you are tn- vited to call it our office. W. M. BURNS AGENCY 219 W. Walnut Phone 3-33B1 TMf HEM MCCOYS Bj BILL WALKER TH-CRITTER TO BE INiUREP WITH W. L WALKER INSURANCE AGENCY Glenco Btdg. Phone 3-4360 "This firm is getting disorganized—so many orders w« haven't eot time for a sales conference!" "School's two blocks from here and I know the way. so stop trying to direct me over the long scenic route!" LET ME CLUE MDU, SISTER JAMC&DEAR.WHETHEK OR ("TOT VQU LIKE FLASH POWELL, HE DO6S HAPPEN I AND I.OOTHkK TVE VERY LEAST IwVOWN FAMILY COULD DO IS :CORD KM THE ASPECT AND CONS10EKATOKI DUEAFUUKE BSDTHEe-AMO SOJ-M-UW// QyQgPS TO LIVE giL. WELL,!..., .... . AREWEGONGTOOO?] SLOSH 'EM AROUND !N MY MOUTH BEFORE I SWALLOW 'EM Give Your Child Something Educational and Entertam- ing for Xmas, a set of Child World Books. Call 3-4152 for Demonstration. NUWZIO, I WISH VOU'D) ALIVY/S I DISLIkB BASSOS. BUT BE CftREFUL. THAT .^ MORROW NGHT THEY BOTHER A\E NO, BEBNABP. NUN7IO iWiY HAVE A LIGHTWEIGHT VOICE, BUT HE& 6OT A SHOVE MB ARCUNPA Hgfl.'ywEieHT PUfOCH. fOU'P BE CRAZV TO SUJS IT OUT WITH HIM SHOW THAT SOON6 BASSO IS VERY JEALOUS OF SOU BECAUSE MDU12E THE S~Tf\a, AMP BE-, CfrUSE I LOVE VOU/ WORE. I HAVE A SeCKETjGLCKIA,, IT A^U5T KEEP TILL AFTER WE d-AV T05CA TDSETHEB.' XXVIII LYNCH planted himself in the middle of the foredeck with his jfeet slightly apart and made a speech. "A murder has been committed. I must insist that until I have countermanded these instructions, no person aboard tiiis ship shall at any time permit himself to be alone in the company of anyone You follow? Captain Carey, you will arrange your schedules of duty so that never less than three men are together at all times. Those of Mr. Sand's guests who wish to go to their cabins—and this includes Mr. Sand himself—must lock their doors and not open them to anyone—I repeat, anyone—until they have called Mr. Deane or myself by telephone. Mr. Meer is ill. While all of you remain where you are. I shall go to his room and lock him in." No one moved and no one spoke until he came back. Dr. Lund completed his examination quickly. He told us little that we did not already know about how Braun met his death. "A question, Doctor," Lynch said. "After having received the injuries which you dressed last night would Meer have been capable of further marked exertion?" Lund thought for a moment. "I should say if Hcrr Meer had made that additional physical exertion, perhaps coupled with emotional excitement, thai it would precisely explain the condition of shock and extreme exhaustion which you saw this morning." "And ho is now better?" "He will soon, I should say, have recovered completely." "Another question. The stab Wound Braun received during I the How seriou: voyage over. [was it?" Lund considered for a moment. "I have no doubt it was uncomfortable. But at no time was it serious. I felt that Braun made far too much of it. I believe he was a physical coward." Lynch nodded. "Would it have been difficult or painful for him to have climbed down a rope from the ship's side and make his way up the hill unaided?" "Not in the least." We walked behind him like a couple of jailers to his room. We heard the key turn in the lock. We returned to the cabin in which Braun lay. In an inside pocket he found a shabby leather billcase which still had the look of having once been of the best and most expensive quality. Fixed to one corner were two initials, in gold, in Gothic script They were "M.B." Braun's papers noted his birth in Bavaria 55 years .before, they gave his profession as "office worker." The only thing which was in any way exceptional about them was that there were two complete sets in separate compartments of the wallet. One was for the Western of Germany, the other for the Eastern, Soviet Zone. * * • • WE then turned to what a lawyer would have called Braun's "effects." Under the bed and on top of the wardrobe were stowed three suitcases. One was leather, so old that it left a reddish stain on the carpel when we moved it. The other two were of i cheap black cardboard composition. Since Braun had unpacked and distributed his entirely undistinguished possessions in the cabin's closet and bureau drawers, all three wert empty. But one—the i smaller of the two carriboard jobs —had a false bottom. Lynch spotted it at once. A cross - eyed customs' inspector with a month's experience could have done as much. The inside depth of the suitcase was an incb and a half less than the outride measurement. That was that. Lynch had it up in no time with his fingernails. Underneath was a brief case. One of those thin, floppy, worn brief cases which every second German took to carrying after World War II as an adjunct to whatever black market operation in which he might be engaged. But the moment one picked il up, its ordinariness ended. Inside that simple but effective disguise had been constructed a thin stee! box. ft measured about 12 by 16 inches and was not much more than an inch thick. The steel of which it was made was polished and obviously of the hardest temper. No mere can opener was going )o do for this. H was locked with a .tiny but most effective looking cylindrical lock. Lynch hunted for the key. WHEN at last he found it, the usually reserved and easily shockable Lynch swore like a London fish peddler caught fishless on Good Friday. The key was on a rawhide leather cord around the dead man's neck. It was, of course, the first place we should have looked. It was only our squeamish distaste which had marie us put off that obvious thought so long. The steel box in the brief case opened readily. Inside it was a single document. It was typed in luxuriant and wordy German. Each page bore inked initials At the bottom of the last sheet was an array of signatures. The largest, written with a scrawling flourish, made me whistle low and long. Lynch was smiling like a cnt, A cat before, not after, dining. "A will," he said. "A most important will. I will be frank with you, Bobby. This is even mort than I had hoped to find." (Te Be Continued) RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Gut e Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS 508 Cl. Lake Ave. BUT SHWJOV WA& 50 GENUINELY FRIEMDLV, 60 lUrERESTED IM im WiJKK AMP HOBBIES. I COULONT HELP LIKING HIW...EVEW IF HE IS A BIT CR.UP& |(J SOME RESPECTS/ 5HAUD) DIDUT SEEM THE rype vou usuw LV CHOOSE A.& A I POUT WAK6 FRIEMDS EASILY, 5l$...«AYSe I'VE SEEM 6URIEOIN TOO LOWS! I MEET PEOPLE, AWP CAN THINK OF LITTLE TO ^ HE'S POME y IO3VCE..I HEARP ONE OF THOSE A LOT FOR WE MEW CALLEP DR.PHILIP NENPOZA M THE LK5T SlilV COULD HE BE THE ONE WHOSE MOUTHS! I OWE ITlr BOOK ABOUT THIS REGION SOU TO HIM TO GIVE $855;=®! LII <E 50 WUCH? HIS OFFER IN CHICAGO A. Attention: Men of the 461st Wing! 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