The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 7, 1955 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 7, 1955
Page 15
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, OCTOBER T, 1998 BLYTHErrLLB (ARK.) COURIER KEW« PAGE FIFTEEN [oUR iOAROIN* HOUSI - wtt. M.J., OUT OUR WAY BULL SEEMS To THINK TK BEST TIME ID POUND SOME- THIN6 INTO YOUR HEAD IS- OKJ VOUR TIME-HE JUST KEEPS YOU AW' KEEPS YOU AN' KEEPS ON WHOAP.' HE ALMOST FOR<X7T HIMSELF/ I BET HE WASTAK.IM' A PROBLEM INTO TH' BULL OF Ttf WOOOS TOO CL05E TO QUITTW TIME • -AMP VOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS. 6AD/ THIS eLEVATpf? CRSAKX A SBLMTINS soMesooy VJllL 08U6E US AND COMPRESS HIM WTO A MIDGET' THE NARROW ESCAPE "What do you mean we have to look ahead? I've got ad kinds of plans for what we're going to do with your next raise!" "It's a burglar alarm! Pop lifts the piggy bank—the bucket of water tilts forward—simple!" MERE ! i.err ME SHAKE SOME IN YOUR 1 MOW Toss ir LEFT ULDER / . OH.OM'TOU SPILLED "-'•—' MY OLD MAN WON'T LETWE'HOPNHIS HEAP ON ACCOUNT OF HE "WMS.fM CARE- CAN SOU BEAT THAT { ME CAKELESS/ WE- FLASH POWELL, MAMA6EU OF THE FOOTBALL TEAM/ Tonight Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 9:30 The MUHonaire 10:00 Father Knows Best tO;oQ The Vise 11:00 Mystery Theatre 11 :30 Drama Theatre 12:00 Sign Of! 9 00 Commando Cody 9.30 Western Theatre 10:30 Pride of the . Southland 11:00 Cartoon Carnival 11:30 Tern' and the Pirates 12:00 Slim Rhodes 12:30 Adventure Theatre 1,30 Barber Shop Sinking 2.00 Western Theatre 3-00 Cartoon Carnival 3.30 Square Dance 4:00 .Soldier Parade 4:30 Adventurer, of Robin Hood 5.00 Football Scoreboard 5:15 Sports Review 5'30 Bt£ Surprise 6.00 Perry Como Shou- 7:00 People Are Funny 7:30 Jimmy Durante ' fl 00 Gonrpp Gobel 8:30 Your Hit Parade fl;00 City Detective REPAIRING - CLEANING DYEING SHE DIDN'T HAVE TO PUT IT SO DRAMATICALLY! Tops Captain Midnight Tales of Texas Rangers Big Top Andy's Gang Barker Bill Saturday Show Wild BUI Hickok Buffalo B1U. Jr. Annie Oakley Top-Ten Dance Parly Navy LOg Dinner Theatre Ozark Jubilee Lawrence Welle Million Dollar Movie Topper News Weather Late Show WE COULD EVEN BUY YOU A NICE BOAT AND AN OUTBOARD MOTOR WE COULD USE THE MONEY FOR CLOTHES, FURNITURE, A NEW STOVE, J--7 THATS RISHT, DEAR. Friday Night, Oct 00 Wild Bill Hlckok 30 Lire of Rtley .00 Bill Story :30 Stories of the Century :00 Cavalcade of Sports .45 Frank Leahy and Football .00 Touchdown 30 N'ews Reporter 4S Sports Review 00 Weather .05 Tonight 00 Mystery Theatra :30 Sign Oft Saturday, ,Ort. 8 30 News & Meditation :45 Story Time Of) Pinky Lee Show :30 Paul Winchell- Jerry Mnhoney IF WE OWNED OUR OWN HOME WE WOULDN'T HAVE TO SEND THIS RENT CHECK EACH MONTH! Friday Night, Oct. 7 6:00 Dinner Theatre 6:25 Da You Know Why 6:30 Ktt Carson 7:00 Dollar A Second 7:30 Mark Saber 8:00 Name's the Same 8'30 Camera "4" 9:00 Bit; Town 9:30 Mayor of the Town 10.00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Les Paul and Mary Ford 10.20 Late Show 11:50 Weather .V. AW-'-'-'-'-' THEM 1 REVEAL OUR HOAX AMP RETIRE, LEAVING YOU TO PON THE MANTLE OF MY /AWFUL WILL SWCE THEN I HAVE /V\APE VDU J_ WORK WORKW3RK. WOW VOU SINKS UKE/VNE. TOMOBEOW NIGHT; WITH THE PROPER MAKE-UP, VOU >f/Z/ BE /we--SlN6lMG OPPOSITE SLOSIA ASHLEV. ed that a juror is not a county | ham Seward who had a broken ver- ploye within the meaning of the tebra after a chair fell from under irkmen's compensation act. him while he was serving as a mem- THE NISHT 1 COME OUT OF THE RESTAURANT NEVT POOfi AMD HEAR Vbu VOC(SLIZIW&, X Si«V, 'VOILA.' THERE IS A VOICE." Unemployed Juror ruled that a juror is em Wo He refused a claim by Louis Burn- ALBUQUERQUE. N.M. Wi— District. Judge John B. McManus has GREATNESS. SOU CAWNOT BACK OUT MOW.' ber of the county petit jury EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR For acnes, palas, cuts, bruises. D u r n colds, headaches bliei and itiMKS cry Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment Hubbard Hardware Fk»e 2-2115 4vailable it tout Utorltr drug r*unte C. G SMITH PRODOCTS CO Best Grade Illinois Coal and Kindling Nut Coal 2 or more tons $10 per ton B&CCoalCo. S. Hlway 61 Phone 3-8612 For All That's Good in Insurance Fire, Extended Coverage, Automobile, Fire, Theft and Liability, and snrelj bonds for your employees. FOR Sound Insurance protection and dependable service, Ton are Invited to call at our office. W. M. BURNS AGENCY 219 W. Walnut Phone 3-3361 Give Your Child Something Educational and Entertaining for Xmas, a set of Child World Books. Call 3-1152 for Demonstration. chart with you as 1 asked?" Lynch held out his hand. S;md produced from the inner confines of his sumptuous mess jacket the false plan of the Mole St. Nicolas and the fortress. "Hcrr Meer! Have you ever seen this?" Meer. too, harl to rise and come XXXII THE conversion of Viggo Sand •to high and noble purposes was something I had happened to m.:,s Bui there the great man I was. positively ai^w with vir- it,:?. nodding Ins approval A | L'; struck me. In theory, by :..j irraus e\cr.. une in th::; room knew whnl hi.ri taken !' :ic: r:: :iu'.-e Hy th:i; rule then, i ... • '.. v: '•;.; Lynch iv.,.-. aym;, ;•' • . , t.: Ue :-urc<[ ^oublyde- P'., ..-.;.i.d at lea:.;; some faces .slioLiid have shown u N'ol one did. Kvery face had bt-on set m so cautious and self- presc. vative a mold Lynch could have announced the Duralumin chests had turned out to be full of doughnuts and no one uould have silov;n either approval or regret. "In the early evening of June 16 during stormy weather, an experienced seaman of this vessel, Fuedrich Brunke, disappeared. The inference is he was thrown overboard. The further inference, however, since I understand Brunke was a strong and agile man, is that he must first cither have been killed or so severely injured that he was rendered unconscious. A professional seaman does not permit himself, to he lifted bodily over one of the rails and pitched into the sea." Lynch drew busily on his cig- aret. "Our ignorance of that first murder is of small importance. It is one of the few conveniences of my profession of detection that a man or woman has nil one neck. In a case of multiple killings it is only necessary to prove one of them." Nobody laughed. Lynch cleared his throat and resumed his talc. "Later during that s»m« night I Manfred Braun in Cabin B was over and get it. He took the chart awakened to find someone ran- and began to study it. sacking his cabin. He grappled At last Meer looked up. "I do with the intruder and u-as not understand? This is a map stabbed" —Lynch touched the'of the Mole. The fort. And it is spot on his "ov.-n body—"in the ' not. It is a ... a ..." He groped left shoulder I suspect bad aim for a word. "A cartoon! due to the confusion and dark- Lynch reached out and lock , lc ,. it. "Quite. Yet it is the one in ••1 have good rrason to believe the sealed envelope which was ;he slabber's purpose in entering i left in Mr Sand's keeping. The Brii'in's cabin was not achieved. ' substitution, we know, was ef- I say that oecause a quite cur- fccled by Braun. Your Manfred <ory se:.rch which Mi Deane and i Braun, as he chose to call him- 1 made of the same room this ' sell. Lieutenant Hallcr. had from evening brouqht to liRht a most: the beginning but one purpose, important and revealing docu- To betray you." menl." He pressed his hand to "It is a lie!" the rifiht side of his lacket. "And it will be of interest," 1 was beginning to feel dis- : Lynch went on as if Meer had ! tinctly queer One o['us was a not spoken, "to learn at precise- multiple killer Perhaps the per- ly what point you discovered it. son sitting just beside me. Or Please sit down, across the room « • • "Though I may be contradicted, "j WOULD now remind you of I put forward the hypothesis that n, q physical situation of the the two incidents of that night yacht when the final crime oc- |are intimately connected. That • c urred. Under Herr Mcer's guid- is to say, I believe the same in- I ance Captain Carey had moored dividual had undertaken his | j n the* slip below the fortress, search of Braun's cabin at the | Herr Meer had expressed a de- earlier hour. That the seaman , s j rc i 0 Mr. Sand to'go ashore Brunke who had gone casually | a i one Mr. Sand sent Mr. Dibble on deck, saw the intruder, had i to follow him. A guard was then his curiosity aroused, made it set so that no one else might known and was killed for iL leave the ship. • * * "It is no reflection on the "THOSE two occurrences so sailor Goncalves that the guard disturbed Mr. Sand that he in-. was ineffective. As Mr. Deane terrupted the voyage in New and mysel: soon proved. York where he was able to se- \ . "Mr. Deane and I did just that, cure 'my services. And those of We found that a third person had Mr. Deane." preceded us. Someone who later I heard Lily Wyndam snicker, fired a shot which struck within "The next Incident was the j less than a dozen inches of Meer's violent assault on the watchman I head. Wilhclm Heitzig in Mr Sand's! "Meer, just previously to that, office, t shall pass over that had been violently—and I should quickly. There were ah certain fortuitous circumstances say quite justifiably — assaulted by a maroonod-and half-mad sea- with which I will not trouble man of the U-076 who recognized you. And a good thing, too! "Which brings us to last night. Mr. Sand, have brought the I him as the ollicer who had attempted to kill him on the night when the chests were hidden." (To Be Continued) RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tesfed • Re-cored i ir Mu&r LOOK UKE AN AOIDEWT! S HER BROTHER BM?ELV ESCA.PED, WITH US AS WinlESSES! WE'LL BMJDAO& COKE, AMD DRESS HIV, IN KOYCE'S TORM 1 CLOTHES, THEM BRING HIM ACROSS Th" RIVER 1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROWER'S RADIATOR WORKS 508 Cl. Lake Ave. Attention: Men of the 461st Wing! Hudson Can Supply All Your Clothing Needs: • Uniforms • Beits • Caps • Ties • Slacks • Shirts • Cheverons • Jewelry Cleaner - Clothier - Tailor Illythcville, Ark. THAT CWJ'T BE KEPT / YE*H...MOn«' MUST SECRET! AMP IP SHE I HAPPEN TO PKAW AWV TURNS UP WISSIM'.OKl ATTENTION TO COKE MURDERED, EVERYONE CLOSE TO HER WILL BE QUE5TIOIEO HER"BROTHEK"! KMOCKIW OFF KOVCE WILL BE EASY, COKE WILL STEP IWTO HIS 5HOE5,S0 WOBODV.'LL KWOw HE'S MIS5IW! BUT SETTIk) 1 WP OF HIS SIS AIM'T 50 SIMPLE- KNOTS CM! FOLLOW? eoyce OM THE LOMS DRIVE TO, BIS BEUD PARK.. .. GOSH, YES...TH .J r V;,f:~.-/''5OMETHINS \ QUESTION ' ~ AWFUL MUST \ IS, WHO? HAVE TO SOMEONE) rss, i KNOW. THE POOR WELL, WHY CANT SOMEONE JUST DEAR IS RUNNING YET, I GUESS. LOOK WHAT HAPPENED WHEN FOOZY TRIED THW! 5LIP UP BEHIND HIM AND LOP IT OFF? THERE JUST ISN'T GONNA BE ANY PEA£E HERE IN MOO LONG AS SU2S GOT THAT TISER TAIL.' DON'T 96 SISSIES ! \ I'LL SlVE YA SOME I J : [ FEELS FUiSKY.' HOW ABOUT REACTION' FOOTBALL WITH VOU :<IPS, CICESOT OKAY;*9UT YOU'LL HAVE TO BLOW UP THE FOOTBALL/ U5OW , ftW VOU M\GWW

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