The Courier News from ,  on April 9, 1956 · Page 15
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MONDAY, APRIL 1,19M BLYTHKVILLI (ARI.) CC-USDER NEWS PAGE FIFTEEN OUR IOAROINC HOUSI — wllfc M«|«r LtfTtri, SX,* fitt T wl IMfc SAfid ~»WCe LEA9U8/—MSLI54A 60ES fOK. THE f\USH- AMD E6AD, FATHER/ WMAT IN HILL AR» YOU LIP TO Irt THAT FORMAL R 14 FOR NOT 1ST THfc 6AL FEAST H«R EYI6?-I COULD 1X6 THK LATER IF YJC WALTZ. OPTUS AI4L6/ . - SOT »wo AM i TO e* t6LUM6 VOL) -rHAT*~ tHl600LL',HANNieAL? g-^^ OUT OUR WAY ly J. R, T«l«viiion — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel S, & WHBQ Channel 13 WREC — Channel 3 WMCT. Channel 5 Monday night April I 6:00 Captain Z-Ro 6:30 Oordon MacRae 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Cae«ar'i Hour 8:00 Medic 3:30 Robert Montgomery 9:30 Turning Point 10:00 Your Es»o Reporter 10:15 Mystery Theatre 10:45 Little Show 11:00 Tonight 12:00 sign orr Tuesday April Ifl 6:50 Meditation 7:00 Today 7:25 Weather 1:30 Todp.y 7;55 Today In Memphis 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Today 8:55 News A Weather 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Storyland 9:45 The Cathy Show 10:00 Tennessee Zrnie Ford 11:30 Feathei Tour Nest 12:00 Mid-South Today 12:15 TV Movie Matlne* 1:15 Modern Romances 1:30 Homemakers Program 1:45 Dale With Uf« 2:00 Matinee Theatre 3:00 Channel Five Theatre 3:30 Queen for a Day 4:00 Pinky Lee 4:30 Howdy Doody 3:00 Adventur* Theater 5:30 Interesting Person 5:%Q Ctitooiu 5:58 Weather 6:00 Soldier of Fortune 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 N«WB Caravan 7:00 Dinah Shore 8:00 Jane Wyraan's Fireside 8:30 Playwrights '56 9:30 Stars 9:30 Grand Ole Opry 10:00*ZBso Reporter 10:15 Star Stage 10:45 Little' Show 11:00 Tonight 12:00 Sign Off^ WHBQ, Channel 13 Monday night April 9 6:00 Dinner Theatre 6:23 Do You Know Why 6:30 Twilight Theatre 7:00 TV Headers Digest 7:30 Voice ol Firestone 8:00 ABC Film Fair 10:00 NRWB 10:05 Weather 10:10 Lea Paul and Mary Ford 10:15 Late Show 11:45 Weather Tuesday, April 10 8:45 News and Weather 9:00 Romper Room 10:00 This Is Hollywood 11:30 Stu Erwln 12:00 Weather 12:05 News 12:15 Lunchtlme Theatre 1:00 Miss America 2:00 Afternoon Film Festival 4:00 Autry-Hlgers 3:00 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 Dinner Theatre 6:25 Shoe Fashion Shoe 6:30 Warner Bros. Presents 7:30'Wyatt Earp 8:00 Celebrity's Playhouse 8:30 Secret Journal 9:00 Danny Thomas 9:30 Cavalcade Theatre 10:00 News 10:03 Weather 10:10 Patti Pa«e . 10:25 Late Show 11:55 Weather WREC, Channel 3 Monday night April 9 8:00 News & Wrather 6:15 Douglas Edwards 6:30 Robin Hood 7:00 Burns and Allen 7:30 Godfrey's Talent Scouts 8:00 I Love Lucy 8:30 December Bride B:00 Studio One 10:00 Star and the Story 10:30 News & Weather 10:45 Late Movie * 12:13 Sign Off Tuesday, April 10 6:35 Program News 7:00 Good Morning a-.W» Captsstn Kangaroo 9:00 Garry Moore 9:30 Arthur Godfrey 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Valiant Lady 12:11 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12:00 Jack Parr Show 12:30 As the World Turns 1:00 Robert Q. Lewis 1:30 House Party 2:00 The Big Payoff 2:30 Bob Crosby 3:00 Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 The Edge of Night 4:00 Early Movie 5:30 Range Rider 6:00 News and Weather 6:15 Douglas EdwardB 6:30 Name That Tune 7:00 Navy Log 8:00 Guy Lombardo 8:30 Red Skelton 9:00 $64.000 Question 9:30 Do You Trust Your Wife 10:00 Amos and Andy lO:30News and Weather 10:45 Late Movie 12:15 Sign Off Kite KQ's Power OSWEGO, N. Y. (#) — A kite, entangled in main power lines, interrupted all electric power here for 30 seconds. Tinselled string on the kite, Read Courier News Classified Ads $100.00 FOR YOUR OLD STOVE (In W«rkini CondlUm) ON ANT FULL SIZIE ' Florence Gas Range Hubbord & Son Famifam Ph«M 1-44*6 which apparently escaped from a child, hit a 33.000-volt line and the contact tripped a switch, a spokes^ man for the Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. said. Lights stayed dim for a half-hour before full power was restored. Grunt, Groan Research EAST LANSING, Mich. (#)—The grunts, groans and aching muscles of a group of Michigan State Uni- versit yprofessors, someday may help prevent a lot of heart attacks. G. 0. POETZ OIL CO FUEL OIL "I Sell That Stuff" Phone 2-2089 Visit Our Conoco Service, Ash & Division The Angry Hi XX LISA KYRIAKIM» e*n* to » Ibalt beCort tba window of Ao~ lion's Drew Shop. Anton, the pseudo-frenchman, who guaranteed hot high-paying clientele the latetrt fashions from Pan*. Sht drew a deep breath, tight- iwied her lips to hold off the tears, 'then opened the door to Anton's ;and stepjJed into the deeply carpeted reception room. Anton, dressed in stripe* and cutaway, met h«r and bowed from the waist to recognition. She followed him past the ornate showroom where soft music accompanied a model parading be- ifore a customer. They turned into !a long corridor past fitting and sewing rooms and into his office. "Kindly be seated," Anton said in his high-pitched voice. "They will be here shortly." He bowed again and departed. It started the day after the German entrance into Athens. Manolis Kyriakides, her husband and the father of her two chil- ,dren, had showed his true colon. Lisa's father, a small factory owner, had defiantly refused to do business with the.Germans. He had destroyed many patents the enemy sought This was what Manolis had been waiting for. Waiting since the day he had married Lisa. Within a week, Manolis gained control of the factory us the prize' for collaboration with the Germans It was Manolis' informa-: tion that sent Lisa's father to < Averoi Prison. The old man lived on:y a few weeks, refusing to di- vuj.qe the patents. At first. Manolis tried to deny hi? nan. But Lisa knew th« truth. Long ago she had learned his pattern of greed and ambition, M:e took the children and 'eft him and went into hiding in an apartment in Athens. Then she became one of thr- firM 10 ioin the new Underground movement. Inside a week, she was picked up by the Gestapo. * • * HER capture had been so swift that the Underground was unaware of it. They were unaware she was being forced to report to Zervos and Heilser. Zervos was the one who had concocted the charming scheme of holding her children as hostages. At first she thought of suicide. But suicide would have endangered the lives rat her children Manolis was bound to outsmart himself sooner or later and he was too weak to raise a finger to save them. She could not sentence her own sons to death! But she could not go on playing both sides. Avoiding Heilser's questions. .Lying to them. Up to now she had not been followed, but how long would that continue? And what if her own people learned of her dual role and she died at their hands as a traitor? There was 3 way out. . . Manolis' way out The black staff car stopped in front of Anton's Dress Shop, tteilser and Zervos stepped out flanked by their bodyguards. Lisa stood before them like a frozen statue. "Well!" he snorted sharply. "There is nothing to report. I lave not been contacted." "Now, let's stop this lying Lisa," Heilser said. 'I have told you before, I am contacted each time by a person who uses a false name. 1 can never tell where or when 1 will be reached or for what purpose. 1 have not been contacted since you released me," she lied. "Perhaps they know I had been taken into custody." , "Do you wish us to bring the i head of one of your sons on a j plate the next visit?" Zervos! barked. | This did nol reoc f vf the reaction Zfirvoi fcopwa lor. £&• \ woman showed no trace of fear. "I intend to keep my bargain as long as you keep yours-" The pair were stopped cold in the face of Lisa's courage and calm. "Wait outside," Heilser ordered Zervos. The German paced back and forth, then seated himself at Anton's desk and gave her his most charming stnile. Lisa remained frozen. "My dear," Heilser cooed, "you are making things extremely difficult for yourself and without reason. 1 would like to believe your story, Lisa, sincerely, i would. I have not put guards on you—I said I wouldn't, didn't I?" She did not answer. "Lisa—dear You, know I'm trying to—protect you." "I ask nothing. We made a bargain. 1 shall report to you as long as I'm allowed to set my children." Heilser sighed and feigned sympathy. "I hope they stay healthy." ELEFTHERIA buried her face n her hands and wept. "I will never see you again," she rried. Mike knelt by her chair. "Eleftheria." he said softly. "You nursed me when I was sick—you risked your life for me—what can I say? What can I tell you?-" She flung her arms around his neck and drew his head against ier bosom. "Take me with you! Take me with you!" Mike pulled her arms loose. He stood up and turned his back. 'Please don't make It any more difficult than it is—please." "You don't love me," she said. He turned slowly and faced her and shook his head, no. It was quiet for a long time, The girl walked to the large open fireplace. Her back stiffened and she held her head high "I shall return to Dernica. Thorp is a boy there who wants to marry me. He has wanted to marry me incc we were " Her voice 'altered and tears streamed down icr cheeks. Lisa sat quietly as the scene infolded. The barefooted peasant irl who watched from the doorway wfts obvimr'v m love. (T« fee C«uUuuc4) "You should try a camera—it's a tot quicker!" "Yes, air, I think I make enough to tupport your daughter—I only have to pay $12.60 income tax!" 9 e x As MACTHA WWEANDTHEUIA *T ) " - AND tfft'N AND FWN EYDLE 1 & '^' GEETeUDE EYDLF, TmAU'S LAND- TV A»*AKIrWlAWC/WU IHCMW * t / ~ AN- 7 «WWAW r~kAN E\L7Lt & H 6EETZUDE FYDLF,TMtL.WA& LAND^ ^-L-, UEEXflZ, CO-OWNeCS OF XGFT S J ' SHOT R?C THE AS VfeT UN&OEN-, , f <-„ „ t UDY AWD iCWlN'S MOTHER FINDS ^ AtaflStWI \5HOPCATEfr TO THE LMN&~ ' * \ •* .-, ,„ r^ PV _^,. A(C) , X vn t "^ * t * A MAN NEAe DEATH/ ^ CFKTFBVUEl H CTV^^ 1 -v y*"*' i>£-A2i-M 'W^ V*^V* *^— . ^|gi The M.S.U. faculty member* and other volunteers, all at least years old, are undergoing a special course in exercise to see if it can I reduce or control the amount of cholesterol in their bloodstreams. WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 n"S <5A5 N THEKE_ HE'S ASPHYXIATED.' IT SEEMS ALL IS DARN, DARN, DARN! THAT'S THE FIRST TIME I EVER HEARD YOUR MOTHER USE ROUGH LAMQUAQE JUST LOOK AT YOUR SOCKS/ PRISCILLA! WHEN W1LLI LEARN TOMIN7 MY OWN BUSINESS! different itemi in stock! FIRST HE MIST LCWir Vrtil BOVS 41 I I THE WIPOW OF THE M U W HO «r-flu JiSb.J FOUNDED THE PLANT I BOUGHT iiijAiiicu?L,?\.VBAUft WO, ANP6XPAWDED WE TO witt IW ^ NT ° M INPUSTRI * 1 ' EIAPKB! IITftW IMOMIME? ALSO, 1 WISH TO PI5CU55 (WHAT KIWP Of CERTAIM-6R-AI.T6RKnON5VALTeRA,TIONSf IN A *»AALL SHOP BBSIPE THE PLAMT; WHICH SHE HAP AH-5UCJESTEP I PRESERVE AS THE SITE WHERE HER HUSBAND STARTED HIS CMC5EE.. 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