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lATURDAY, DEC. 13, 1»M (ARK.)" COURIER WEW1 ?A01! MINE OUR WARDING HOUSE — with Major THE OWft-6 O***r VOW SOME K»40 OP AW WtAEMTMAV MEDDUMG MISS ALCOR*! PROPOSED TUS DOUR T3R. 3O»4 "THE FREEZE OM rnrv\ i > jWPf/Sfe '"Tr\fcV COOLO ^ .... vJOOLO ee/^Tj^HGET-rneiR HOp** TRAGIC AS A H \ A TUftKeY AMD JUCEMA^ ARREST- IrlS A GROUP OP- A LITTLE gELT-LOOSEKiER ' FOR. US/ Television- Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis. Channel 5 SATURDAY NIGHT, DEC. 13 6:00 Juniper Junction 6:30 Lone Ranger 7:00' All Star Revue 8:00 Show of Shows 9:30 Wrestling 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Jackie Gleason 11:45 Red Button Show 12:15 News 12:20 Sign Off SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14 10:40 Previews and News _ 10:46 This IB the Llf« 1 11:16 All Abo»Td 11:30 Candy Carnival ^:00 Quiz Kids £¥'.10 Frontiers of Faith _ '1:00 Burns and Allen 1:30 Beulnh . 9 2:00 Ozile & Harriet 2:30 Future Unlimited 3:00 Koy Rogers 3:30 Zoo Parade 4:00 Hall of Fume 4:30 Gene Autry 6:00 Meet the Press S:30 Slim Rhodes • 8:55 News • 6:00 Red Skelton I 6:30 Mr. Peepers • T.OO comedy !Jo\ir I 8:00 TV Playhouse • • 9:00 The Doctor • 9:30 Stu Envln • 10:00 I Love Lucy | 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Toast of the Town 11:45 Break the Bank 12:15 News 12:25 Sign Off . MONDAY, DECEMBER IS 1 :00 Todny 1:25 News ' . 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Today 8:25 News 6:30 Today 8:55 News 9:00 Ding Dons School 0:30 TV Shopper ^0:00 O.N. General Assembly 30 Strike It Rich |f'11:00 Storyland 11:15 V>ve of TJfe v 11:30 Search lor Tomorrow 11:45 Morning Meditation 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Garry Moore 1:00 Guiding Light 1:15 Film Featurctte 1:30 Homemakers Program 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Welcome Traveler* 3:00 Kate Smith 4:00 Hawkins^Falls 4:15 Gabby Hayes 4:30 Howdy Doorty 5:00 Berl Olswanger 5:15 News 5:20 Mr. Blngle 5:25 Weather 5:30 Film Featurette 5:45 Hartoons 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 6:30 Those Two 6:45 News Caravan 1:00 Paul Winch ell 7:30 Howard Barlow 8:00 Cisco Kid 8:30 Robert Montgomery 9:30 Who Said That 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 News 10:55 Weather 11:00 Man Against Crime 11:30 Suspense 12:00 News 12:10 Sign Olf BUILDERS SUPPLY 1/2 Price WALL PAPER SALE NOW ON South Highway 61 'Oh, there's Bob already, Mom, and I'm not dressed! Will you toss down my old sweater and overalls?" OUT OUR WAY FRECKLK AND HIS MUENDS Benefit by Reading and Using Courier Newt Classified Ads WEVe SOT TO PULL. HIM \YOU ME/W SITS TlB .,_„ ACROSS we LIMB / He ) BETWECN us TOWIM* THE ,. A^^SrAMOS^BETWEEN ^ AMD VICTORY/ ytAOINlS PBYtXXX/ T t£** S3 '€i 18SI by UFA S«r^<t. In*. T. M7*n- V, < W* Home Grown Hi-Bred Half and Half Cotton Seed $10 Per Hundred Clyde Williams Route 3 Lexington, Tenn. FEDERAL LAND BANK FARM O LOANS NO EXPENSE— Pay part or all at any time National Farm Loan Association JM Martin, Secy-Treas. Ph. 3352 Mon it Thursday Osceolz, Ph. 388. Any Day Only'7 NEW Sliidermkers Left and We'll Meet Our December Quota! Come in NOWI 1952 CHEVROLET Power-Glide, 4-Door Deluxe, Like New, Less than fiOOO actual miles, equipped with radio and Heater. Very SPECIAL! 1951 STUDEHAKER Commander V-8 with Radio and Healer, Scat Covers, Automatic Transmission, Low Mileage and Extra Clean. Fi-yu'6 CLOSE TO THE6KO11ND TO 6-5CAPE RADAR DETECTION, ,11 bThl* t~.l... h. 1948 FORD V-8 2-Door. Come in and drive it! ? Equipped with Radio and Heater. You'll like it! 1948 STUDEBAKER Champion 4-Door with drive, Radio and Healer. End-of-the-Yenr % Special! 795 Over- 995 1947 CHEVROLET 2-Door, has new finish, motoi completely overhauled. Yes, it has Radio and S" Heater! Only..... ........ , ____ ........... '795 .THAT AFTER THE FIRST OP THE YEAR, THERE'LL BE SOME SURPRISES HANDE.D OUT AROUND THE Big Selection of < Used Trucks to Choose From! CHAMBLIN SALES Co. "Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer" 2 Big Lots at Ash & Railroad Open Saturday Nile Ti! 9 Phone 6888 The famous "blue laws" of Connecticut prohibited all housekeeping activities and cooking on the Sabbath. The law-bound colonial was forbidden to eat mince pie, to travel, to cut his hair, to shave his face, to dance, to kiss his chil- dren, to cross a river, or to play any musical instrument except the drum, trumpet, or Jew's hnrp. XXVI this all About, any^ way?" Torchy exploded. " m not giving you a flght because I know you're crazy with a trigger, but talk up, boy. Just what do you think you're going to do when ; you get me across the lake?" •'' "Introduce you to some cop« I 'know." "You'll put the bulls on me?"* Them'i my plans, Torchy, old *ock." He was quiet a moment **l get it," he snorted. "They caught you with the stufT anrt now you think you'll play sloolie and square the rap. 1 "Whnt'i he talking * b o u t?" Midge broke In. "I'm trying to get In good with the cops so they won't prosecute me," 1 explained. "I run a legitimate business," "Vacation resort for grifters? "So what? Don't they need vacation, same as anybody else? A number-writer can get ulcers a >ot quicker than a stockbroker." "1 never thought about it^ •One thing," Torchy add?d hurriedly, "1 don't allow no busines. -on my place. They're here lor i vacation. They got to leave the! business at home* 1 "I see," i said. "And Rocky broke the house rules," "Yen. but shoving the qu«r,' Torchy said plaintively. "Of al the screwy things." •*Whal on earth is he talkin; about?" Midge exclaimed. 1 had a feeling those words wer going to clear up a lot of things "That means passing counterfe | q| ,nioney. Midge, that's what [W means." ' "Say! That must have been wha that fellow tried to get Eddie an me to do. that time we were out canoeing, By Joseph Shalfit "So ,to stop It," I said, "you umped Rocky c". Eh, Torchy?" 'No sirl Not me." 'Listen, Torchy—If your friends ad killed him, would they have ugged his body to High Hill when lere are so many deserted spots round the lake? 1 think a better •ay to tell it is that everybody efused to do anything about Locky, and poor Torchy had to do t "limseK. You got up an excuse go along with him when he went to deliver some of his mer- handise to High Hill—maybe you ade out you wanted to join him n the deal—and" when you got in he woods there with him, you just )ut your gun against his head. . . use tipping the canoe, Torchy. You couldn't float with the holes d put in you." • • • LIEALJSY filled out the story when he arrived at High Hi! late the next morning. Whei Sealey's men arrived at Torchy's }lace in the woods, about 12:30 a. m.. ah they found was the cook and two stuffed ducks for the mor row's dinner. Just about the sanv time, a wounded man was bcini delivered at the coun./ hospita by three strangers, whc dro\ away before anybody could ge their names. The patient was suf fering irom a guns' ot wound the chest, and "'as ut serious though not critical, condition. H identified himself before going In to the operating" room ^s on Harry Evans, New York addres A check revealed he had a recor of arrests on assorted charges, Hcaley had also got a line Torchy. His real name was Fran Covalla. and he had served six-month sentence for r. -ei stolen goods back in 1941. Torch was still protesting that all knew about the death of i,c That's probaHy It, tod, that's iSIlone was that some of the othc probably it," 1 said avidly. Th« guys, unidentified, bad ganged Little hoodlum had evidently been | on him. a hard worker: when Eddie and When he was told 1 the cop M'dge turned him down conscript fomcbodj Rocky planned to question Harry Evans right one" LM. 'About 12, Torch/ waai*d UMMB, to) (X« iow in advance that Harry waa junky and liable to say any tool ing that came into his head. *"I'm relieved about one thing, iyv:ay," Healey said, leaning ack in Al's swivel rhair. "You dn't get anything on Mr. Gris- mb. I'd hate to have my judg- ent get a kick in the face like i at." "I didn't know your jud' .lent ad any face left," 1 said. "You sis ted Griscomb was a pillar of ie community. Now we find he ublets his property for a rack- eera' rest home." What I mean is," Healey said ncomfortably, "he didn't'do any- hing illegal." "According to you, I'm the guy ho committed all the crimes round here. I suppose GriscomVs een after you already." I calmed hirr down. I gave tm back the tlnugh we got from 'orchy and the H^ n -" • • -* fTtELL m« out the safe," I said. "Been able to get into t yet?" Keminer said '.i couldn't lock." 'He was handing you n fast one, Healey. It locked, all right. But hile we were walking out to the >ridge, somebody got in here and »pencd it. Then after you left, U locked H again—1 made him do it in front of me. And after Al's kilted, you find it unlocked gain." "Not only unlocked—il wasn't closed all the way. We didn't no,ice that at first." "*• 1 glanced at the safe. "Oh, It's .ocked up tight now," Healey said. '1 changed the combination." "Tell me something. How can anybody open a safe like this without knowing th« combination?" "Well, In banks, where there's only one official who knows the combination of n vault and he drops dead, they call an expert, He uses psychology. 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