The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1956 · Page 19
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 19

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 26, 1956
Page 19
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THURSDAY, APRIL M, 1»M PAGE mNETEEN OUR BOARDING HOUSI - with, Hoopl. ,VJC'ffi MOVlM* IDA HOOS1, VOU fAll gUV THS PLAC4 WITH A V5RV f?SASOl4- PAY #TAMTIAL MflDCIT— HARi -- —BYTMi WAY.I* IT TBUE YOO HAVE DECIDED TO '- ' WXT HAMDSOMS BRlCX „ «TOr4« HOAt Of ttufK ? —Wf NEED A »T M£RB eooM MO i MAY look AT IT/ THAT'LL PUT A HOLfr CAR60 MOCK FOR BRlC DUWM<3 LAST CHRISTMAS HOLIPA T A ecY WHOSE FAR6MTS WERE WEALTH 1 /. IF I HAP LET THE fcOMAMCE GGttETB SOIL—_WHO^MOWS ? -x Ttbvision — Tonight Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, ft WHBQ Channtl 13 WREC — Channel 3 WMCT. Channel 5 Thursday Night, April 26 6:00 Jungle Jim 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Bet Tour Life 7:30 Dragnet 8:00 Uncommon Valor 8:30 Theatre 9:00 Video Theatre 10:00 Esso Reporter 10:15 Assignment 10:45 Little Show 11:00 Tonight 12:00 Sign Off Friday, April 27 6:50 Meditation 7:00 Today 7:25 Weather 7:30 Today 7:55 Today In Memphis 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Today 8;55 News & Weather 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Sioryland 9:45 The Cathy Show 10:00 Home Show 11:00 Ernie Ford 11:30 Feather Your Nest 12:00 Mid-South Today 12:15 TV Movie Matinee 1:15 Modern Romances 1:30 Homemakere 1:45 Date With Life 2:00 Matinee Theatre 3:00 Channel 5 Theatre 3:30 Queen for a Uay 4:00 Pinky Lee 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Adventure 5:30 Interesting Person 5:40 Cartoons 5:55 Weather 6:00 Wild Bill Hickok 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Truth or Consequences 7:30 Life of Rlley 8:00 Big Story S:30 Stories oT Century 9:00 Sports 9:45 Sports Special 10:00 Esso Reporter 10:15 Badge 714 10:45 Weather 10:50 In Memphis 11:00 Tonight 12:00 Sign Off WHBQ, Channel 13 Thursday Night, April 26 6:00 Dinner Theatre 6:30 Lone Ranger 7:00 Eddy Arnold Show 7:30 Stop The Music 8:00 Star Tonight 8:30 Down You Go 9:00 I Spy 9:30 Foreign Intrigue 10:00 News 10:05 Patti Page 10:25 Late Show 11:55 Weather Friday, April 2? 8:45 News and Weathe: 9:00 Romper Room 10:00 This Is Hollywood. ll:30 Stu (Erwln 12:00 Weather 12:05 News 1:00 Miss America 2:00 Film Festival 4:00 Autry Rogers 5:00 Mickey Mouse 6:00 Dinner Theatre 6:25 You Know Why 6:30 Annie Oakley 7:00 Ozzle and Harriet 7:30 Crossroads 8:(to Dollar A Second 8:30 Mobil Theatre 9:00 Confidential File 9:30 Bulovu Showtime 10:00 News 10:05 Weather 10:10 Sports 10:15 Paul and Ford Lone Ranger Theme Is Out ST. LOUIS W)—Harry Farbmin, conducted the St. Louis Symphony orchestra before 3,600 grade school children. The program included Ro- Kini's overture to William TelL Parbman conducted the orchestra through that part of the overture used as the theme for the Lone Let us make your old shoes look like new again HALTERS SHOE SHOP Ul W. Main Ph. 2-2T22 Ranger radio and TV program.! how we play it, but also how you When the children finished piping listen to it so now you listen." "Hiyo Silver," Prabman said: "What goes to make up a concert is not only what we play, and overture. The Angry Hills »y Leon M Urii e MM *T Uo« M- Urit. >«tt too** Horn, kK. DiunbuW k| NfA. XXXV DR. THACKERY drew an X on the map. "This is rendezvou point. Sheltered cover here— quite isolated. A sentry will b* on the hill behind you with i [beacon light. A tew mlnut* b« 'fore midnight he will blink three [times to the submarine. This sig- inal will be repeated every five ;minutes until the submarine sur- jjaees and returns the signal. A jparty will row ashore in rubber •boats and take you aboard. Is that all clear?" Everyone nodded. "Where are you going no iThanassis?" Michalis asked. I "I must go out for a while," he replied. 1 "Are all your arrangements completed?" "All my arrangements are quite completed," Thanasais answered. He turned on his flashlight and made his way through •the cellar to the ladder and disappeared through the trapdoor. "He acts rather odd, sometimes," Dr. Thackery observed. "I wonder if he is getting nervous?" Thanassis had lost much more of his scholarly calm a little liter. "You told me that my share would be 20 million drachmas!" "Dear fellow," Julius Chesney wailed, dramatizing their mutual plight. "Twenty million was all 1 could get from Hellser. We agreed to split, 50-50. This is your share, 10 million." Thanassis counted the 10 million drachmas. He was gone beyond return with Chesney and, although he knctt he was being cheMed. he had no choice now. It way a cheat's game. He placed the money in his pocket. "Very well. You have all the detail*" Hcilser was already at the bar and pourtd himself • b*K tumbler of Scotch. Julius Ches ney unfolded a map of the prov ince of Attica-Boeotia and place< it on the bar. "Morrison and Lisa are departing from Athens at 7:30 tonight." "Where are they?" "Apparently they are changing hideouts every hour, so no one is absolutely certain. It also seems they have mapped a half dozen alternate ways of leaving Athens so 1 cannot give you specifics on that, either." "Go on . . .• "What I do know is this: A submarine will contact them at this point. Now, gentlemen. They leave Atheni at 'VSO. At 8:15 they »re to rendezvous with Lisa's sons who are hiding somewhere on the outskirts. From there they dash by car to Mara:hon. Chesney's pencil drew ine past the town of Nea Makri and farther north past Soros. His Dencil stopped at a heavily forested area on the coast. "There is a cove at this point. They are due o arrive at the cove five minutes before midnight, using an approach from the south." « t • HEILSER studied the map for :everal momenta. He turned to Zervos. "Do you know this area?" "Yes. It is perfect—well chosen or a submarine. Quite isolated —many coves, smooth sea. good over with a forest in the background and no towns or troops or miles." "At midnight," Chesnpy said, : a sentry will signal for the sub- nraine to surface." Heilser was on his feet pacing he room. "We must triple the guard around Atheni. 1 will iO'°e a battalion of men along he escape route. Another company will cover the rendezvous joint " "Just » minute, dear fellow. u*t a mioute," Chcaoejr ballad (ARK.) COTJRIM OUT OUR WAY •y J. IL WHItoim MAH 50UL TO TH 1 COMPAWy THEY WCULPNT FEEL SO FC * M**' LIFE'S LONGEST MWUT« •^.««.~;: Or COURSE I IF'rOU CANCEL T&- MIGHTS PATE/ HAVEMT I ALREADY SACRIFICED EVER/ A WOMAN COULD " PARIS IN THE <5~r-HAW WIMTER-- The only thing wrong about being an only child it that I have no ont to blame things on!" 'Itn't it about time for th« dffic6 to hav« a picnic? I havtn't heard any news about you tine* last year'i!" FBOM WMT VOU VT TOLD Mf I JUST KNOW mmW TWUU.IMTlTHENIe- roucEMAKi em. COPY \. GUILTY. YET-- »w PC sou twrost HT»tip TO? DEFlMira.YIS,«FV TWTIFITAKEONr , _, ,^._ ;Uk>K>w ABOUT TAWS A LIT TTST7 WHEN A TICMMClAW AKWSTO ADMMSTEe THJTTIST-- . ORTISTS.I 11:45 Guldlnff Light 12:00 Jack Paar Show 12:30 As World Turns 1:00 Robert Q. 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The moment you blanket the area with troops they'll call it off " 'He makes good sense. Konrad," Zervos said. "You know as well as 1 do that Morrison could hide inside Athens for 15 years and you'd never find him. Also, if he it 'orced into hiding again the Ster- [iou list may be passed to the Sritish by anyone. Thus far. Morrison has refused to give i* up." • • • THE German was annoyed with himself. Yes, he'd certainly '>ungle things if he tried to use iOOO troops. "All right. What do you Suggest?" "I suggest that you leave Athens immediately and try to et north of Marathon. That way •on could come In from the south nd avoid their route and avoid heir lookouts. You can slip Into he rendezvous area at dark with, say, 20 or 30 heavily armed men nd await their arrival." Heilser again studied the map nd pondered. He looked to Zeros and Zorvos nodded in agree- :cnt. "Very well. We leave Athens ight away. Zervos, get the road- locks lifted around the city and ick 30 of our best men. We mtet n an hour and drive north o* Marathon and wall till dark, "hen we move to the cove." "Now you talk sense," Chemey aid. "You are going with us. Mr. hesney." "By aH means, denr fellow, by 11 means. I wouldn't miss this >r the world." (T* Be

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