Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 11, 1971 · Page 21
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Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas · Page 21

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DEL Rio NEWS-HERALD &lH^sW;P^ 6 PAGES &£ , * SUNDAY, APBIL 11,1971 Our Storu: BOLTAR SITS AT EASE ON SIR LAUNCELOT'S SHIP WHILE HIS TWO DRAGONSHIP5 . HOVER JUST A BOW SHOT AWAY "LAUNCELQT, THE PRESENCE OF MY FRIEND, PRINCE YALtANT, OH YOUR SHIP INTERFERES WT/f .BUSINESS. YOU SHOULD COMPENSATE US FOR 7H£ LOSS OF ALL THE RICH PLUMPER. " rV ; (S;A DELIGHTFUL BANQUET.' THE VIKINGS BEHAVE SO JHAT ONLY ONE is: KILLED AND TWO WOUNDED. WHEN, AFTER . A FEW DAYS, THE .NORTHMEN SOBER'UP, BOLTAR j DEPARTS; . THEREAFTER KING BAN SPENDS SOMETIME "REPAIRING THE'HALL. *WE COULD SETTLE THE PEBT BY HANGING YOU JO THE YARDARM AMD SINKING YOUR 7WO SHIPS," ANSWERS LAUNCELOT, 'AND HAVE A VICTORY FEAST AFTERWARD. " "GOOD/ " ROARS BOLTAR, "WE CAN FORGET VICTORY AND HAVE THE FEAST! ON YOU, .OF COURSE!" ONCE AGAIN THE BIREME S.ETS SAIL FOR BRITTANY AND THE TWO VIKING SHIPS FOLLOW. AND SIR LAUNCELOT HOISTS TWO SIGNAL FLAGS, ONE RED, ONE BLACK. "KtWG BAM OF BENWICK SEES HIS SON'S SHIP ENTER THE HARBOR ANP READS THE SIGNALS: RED MEANS GOOD. BLACK, DANGER. VIKING BOATS ALWAYS MEAN DANGER, THE RED.THAT THEY COME IN'PEACE. WHEREUPON THE KINS ORDERS HIS WARRIORS TO SHARPEN THEIR WEAPONS AND SENDS ALL THE WOMEN INTO THE FORESTS AND GIVES LAVISH ORDERS TO THE KITCHEN STAFF. KNOWING THAT VAL IS ANXIOUS TO BE ON HIS WAY, LAUNCELOT OFFERS X SUGGESTION: *MY (36OD FRIEND, BEN &RARA, WISHES TO • RETURN TO HIS HOME IN. NORTH AFRICA. HE MOWS THE ROUTE WELL, AND CAN SPEED YOU ON YOUR WAY." / , •.. . GREAT STANDING STONES MARK THE WAY, SHOWING THAT AT SOME TTME IN THE DIM PAST THE CELTS PASSED THIS WAY. THEY CROSSED THE CHANNEL TO BRITAIN WHERE AGAIN ,. .... THEY/RAISED MONUMENTS, SUCH AS STONEHENGE. THEN THE SAXON INVASION DROVE ^'t THEM BACK IN SUCH ilUMSERS THAT THIS, LAND WAS CALLED LITTLE BRITAIN, NOW fe;;V KNOW* AS BRITTANY. NEXT wEEK-.TKe PwUclor of Womimixood II ««•'«•< ' , -4-I I '^ ii ; V'' <3OOO--TMATS ONE OF MY OR MOW ABOUT UVEJ3 AMD r ONIONS'? FINE- THAT'S GOOD/ TOO OR I COULD MAKE WONOERFUL- 1 AL.WAVS LIKE A-N!bE-TUNA CASSEROLE FAVORITES MOVV WOUL1> YOU UKE A TUNA CASSEROLE FOR DINNER TONIGHT, PEAR? PIP i *«<r- MEMTIOM SPAGHETTI OKAY DEAR-- ) YOU KNOW ME >> AND HOW I LIKE J SHRIMP ^ X. OR MAYSE. YOU RATHER HAVE SHRIMP CREOLE WITH RICE OR WOULD PORK CMOPS ANP SWEET POTATOES SUIT YOU ( SPAGHETTI . ,. > WOULD BE < '5 (. FINE ft THAT WOULD BE FINE WONDER VVHAT I'LL. FINALLY. ,END> UP WITH WELL, WHAT WAS S,-, WRONG WITH THE u - TUKIA, CASSEROLE >I MENTIONED FIRST? NOTHING, DEAR, I SAID 1'P LIKE THAT

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