The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 5, 1955 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 5, 1955
Page 15
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER g, BLYTHEYILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE FIFTEEN OUR fOARDINC HOUSE — with Majtr HM»!« 15 AUL YOJRS, MAJOR t Y0l> Eep'uiT ME T o iKifeorxiCS ^ ^"ARRY FR£I(5HT, PEOPLe, PeKWT ""« r _* t/ **^,_ A|JVTUlklf* V/*H\ /*Aki TAKA uv/£ei C ^ tg - T AK! A*A*T/%&H ^Ni inlNU TC^U CMN slr^n^ MYveUi^^lK-*— J, MFA /V\ft\lOKH /-M^f ... iivy AMOSRMOOPLE.'-COLX-O 4^V^L«™, YO) DIRECT Me TO THS/MA^f T «V ™£ WAY ELBYATOK ? I'MTUE NEW// JSSkTSS pli OpeRfflOB,BUTt\tee6erJ/ ( L^OF CARSO ALL ey YOOR- FEEI0WT ; JTH& K6AR/> rl ttAl 10-5 •A... HM H »» ***^">^.'T.V -^ V .. ^^1 o fSfeEAT CAESAR/.? OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams iPOftfT STAMP <3*WKIW AT5UCH BRUTALITY \ I CAM ALMOST HEAR / THAT FI&H S£REAMlM' WITH A6ONV/ THEV CALL IT PLAYINJ' 'EM j ON THOSE TERRIBLE CRUEL HOOK&—I'M FAIWTIN 1 .' IT'SABROTHER-IW- LAWFEUP-OrJEIS AHUWTERAM'THE OTHER RU95 IT IW WITH " HOW CAXJ AXiy- OWE BEAR TO SLAUGHTER BEAUTIFUL PEER, PHEASANTS, GUAIL , AN'CUTE RABBITS?' > THI5 15 TH 1 PAYBACK-' THE SPDRTSMEM .2 1 EMJOYED TDUR LECTURF VERY MUCM LAST Ml&HT. PROFESSOR. 6LI6HF.' SEE YOU WELL .WHAT OOTOU WEAK! BY TEUUMS we TOU ENjoyeo MY LECTURE? Ou, 1 BOUGHT FOR. 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Hlwnj 81 rhoM S-I61S For All That's Good in Insurance Fire, Extended Coverige, Automobile, Fire, Theft and Liability, and surety bondl for your employees. roR Sound Insurance protection and dependable service, you are in- rtted to call it our office. W. M. BURNS AGENCY 219 W. Walnut Phone 3-33B1 XXX THERE was another splash. Sand winced. "I have no grappling equipment! That is an engineering project. It might uke days. Weeks! I have no time." He waved his arms. "It would be impossible to avoid detection!" Splash. He groaned. "Are we just going to stand here and let that maniac throw that gold away?" Splash. Lynch spoke with the air of a patient man who had now lost all patience. "Of course we are! What else do you suggest? Might I also inquire, sir, for what reason you are keeping the yacht on its present course? There's no further purpose to be served by going in. If this Vogel hasn't already come to the end of his 19 chests, he will have done long before anyone can reach him. Evidently he carried them all to th« parapet before he threw th« first one down." "You ar« right," Sand muttered. He gestured toward Carey. The captain went into the wheelhouse. Ther* was th« remote clang of the engine room telegraph and the Vittorii began slowly to back water. "Surely, Sand, you must have realized for some time it was Ingenuous of you to Imagine you could successfully make off with that gold? Even If this had not happened?" "So? And who would have prevented .me?" "I would," said Lynch sharply. We found we were all listening attentively—to nothing. The splashes hnd ceased. The giant figure ngalnjt the sky hid dijap- penred. The performance of the imull hours of the morning was repented In order, u we CHUM le Uwa, liii b> Jot. W we knocked at Mrs. Wyndam's door, at Lily's, at Dr. Lund's, at Paul Souhani's, at Reg Dibble's. All were present. For all alike Lynch had the same message. To stay where they were. Under no circumstances to open their doors to anyone, and at precisely 11 o'clock to make their way to the lounge- on the deck below. He would see to it, Lynch said, that at that hour both corridors and the stairway would be closely guarded by members of the crew. Lynch smirked. "In questioning a group like this, surprise is of the first importance. Unfortunately so much time has elapsed we can no longer hope for that. Second best is to create suspense. Let 'em stew a bit. Tonight the second best will have to do." • • • HE had put off Meer's cabin until last. Lynch took the key out of his pocket, unlocked the door and unceremoniously marched in. Siegfried Meer was sitting on the edge of his rumpled bed, wearing his dark blue robe'and holding his touscled head in his handi. 'Overdid a bit last night, huh?" Meer started to shake his head, then thought better o( It "I did not think 90." '•Tell us about Vogel. All about him, mind." "Nein!" "Ah,"' said Lynch, "but you will! 1 give you my word you will. Shall 1 tell you why? At the moment you are under suspicion tor murder. That murder w«i committed on Haitian mil. If you don't cooperate with me fully 1 ihall turn you over to the Haitian authorities Quite apart trom the fact that your er ind ttttt k ittUduUul, growl/ ille- gal. A crime in short not only against the allies but your own government. Follow?" "Murder? I do not know what it is you mean?" "Don't be ingenuous with me," Lieutenant. Braun was shot through the face last night. In the lower chamber ot the Portal Four. It interrupted him in a private effort to secure the treasure for himself. Your friend Vogel, by the way, has , thrown your precious chests into the sea." There was a long silence while Meer stared at the floor. At last he looked up. "What is it that you want of me?" Lynch was brisk—and loud. "First, your name and ranK Braun's, I believe I know." "Ober-Lieutenant Horst Haller. Unterseeboot 976. Commander Hellmuth." "Now Vogel." * • • "APRIL 28, 1945 . . ." The words came slowly and with hesitation but they did not stop. "We surfaced—" he Vaguely pointed. "Inside the slip it was. It was 10 o'clock at night and dark. Six men with Commander Hellmuth and myself were chosen. Karl Vogel his name is, with the rating of quartermaster, was chosen their leader because he was very strong. "The plan was Commander Hellmuth's. He had had service in this place in 1915." Meer's voice droned on. "These men, they were to carry the cases up. They were instructed that in this they should have no interest and they must remember nothing. We did not wear uniform." "Go on." "At three hours we are finished. We start down the path. I «*e that Vogel is not with us. I go back. 1 see he has a paper in his hand mid with a pencil on it Is drawing. Such a thing is Verb'oten. 1 shot him with my revolver. In the head. It is my duty. I pull his body Into the bushes. 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