The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 22, 1952 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 22, 1952
Page 15
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[MONDAY, DBC. n, IMt OUR IOARDING HOUSE — with M.j»r He*«le :ST<JRBW -rue RESISTIM' AM JUSTICE HOOPLfi.' "THIS CHARACTER 1W CUSTOMERS GRILL IN tVJO AH' HE BOU SKSAT CAESAR / IT'S BAD NEWS CHAMPION THE ROPSD AR.6SJA.' PULL UP A HORTEST TRIAL OM RECORD- Television- Ton ite. Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis. Channel 5 (MONDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 6:30 Those Two 6:45 News Cnravan 7:00 Paul Wlnchell 7:30 Howard Barlow 8:80 Cisco Kid 8:30 Robert Montgomery 9:30 Who Snld That 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 News JQ-.55 Weather WOO Man Against Crime 1V;30 Suspense 12:00 News 12:10 sisn Off TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23 7:00 Today 7:28 News 7:30 Today 7:35 News B:00 Today 8:2S News 8:30 Today B:55 News 9:00 Ding Dong School 8:30 TV Shopper 10:00 Ask Washington 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Storylnnd 11:15 Love of Life li:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Morning Meditation 12:00 12:15 12:30 1:00 1:15 1:30 2:00 3:30 3:00 4:00 4:15 4:30 5:00 5:15 5:20 5:25 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 8:00 8:30 0:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 10:40 10:45 11:45 13:00 12:03 Newg Farm News Garry Moore Guiding Light Arthur Godfrey Homemakers Program Big Payoff Welcome Travelers rfate Smith Ha_wklns PalH Gabby Hayes Hoivdy Doody Berl Olswanger News Mr. BtngLe Weather Superman Evening Serenade News Dinah Shore News Caravan Milton Berle * Fireside Theatre Circle Theatre T\vo for the Money Boston Blackie Mr. & Mrs. North News Weather Studio One Embassy Cluh News Sign OH The soybean is the' basis of n glue particularly suitable for the manufacture of a new high-grade, low-cost fiberbanrd. It is for use primarily In the manufacture of industrial laminated paper containers, such as cartons, boxes, and barrels . B/ltUfALHfR ^_ __ SM.OU.I 0 NOT ^Bt*BUBBED WITH SKOW (Proof Next. Week) <^&]b&ftforfi&pTA An automobile a'ccWent tan take a big bite "out of your savings If you fall to carry the proper in-' surance. let as shon- you how an Insurance program tailored to your needs will help jou meet fhe [iRniimls of ttie Financial Responsibility Law. The apiilicatinii of warmth Is the proper treatment; excessive rubbing; of the affected parts should be avoided. 1. Experience of Stef- ansson, the Arctic explorer. 4160 Gt-ENCOE HOTHL (AMCJ "Th» way traffic is snarled up these days, a fellow might as well walk to work 11 wait for a bus!' STUDEBAKER SVl^ er '^/ r . T ** IV"Wwfc,«IAV,T«. ta. ^Bv J bf WIA5. ' xxxm _ 7 DEAT it out of the office, pull~" ing the snap-lock shut behind me, and pounded across the cin- J dors to Cotingc 9. Kitty Lane was flying on her bed. staring al the ;' ceiling. I closed the door and sat •^ down beside her. ' "You're right," she said dully. "I just phoned a lawyer, t don't get a dime." " f "That's tough." I said. "It was .• a good try." 1 Her eyes rolled listlessly toward me. "What do you mean?" "Baby, it's no use kidding each • other at this late date. I know • you went to see Eddie yesterday morning and put the hook Into him." "You're so clever, aren't you?" "I mean getting Eddie to tell the fairy tale about Al's last words. A good Iry. U really de: served to work." "I don't know what you're talk; ing abouL" I • "It doesn't matter any more, Kitty. We're both In the same fix . as far as Al's money is concerned • —we're both out in the cold without any cold cream. You can talk ; to me, Kitly. How pros.- sure Eddie?" "He had a weak spot," she said . wearily. "Roslyn. Is that what ' yon want to know?" "Yes. And what did you rto with 1 that?" " "I just told him I knew he was • covering up for the little tramp. ' 1 hadn't been suspicious till she • came lo my room and put on that : net about accusing me. Then I saw < the whole thing. I knew she'd had , a fight with Al—Al told me him- i self.. I knew what her hot temper , ; could make her do. I told Eddie i all that. I' also told him 1 knew i something else: That car story was ' a fake." ' "What car story?" 1 "You know what car story—It ; was in the newspaper, Eddie said ..that after he was hit he heard • ear speeding awajj, Well, ther« oseph ShnlfH wasn't any car. I know, because some jerk saw me home after the dance, and hung around the cottage handing me a line, and I was outside the whole time till you came over to the office. If a car had gone out the driveway, I'd have noticed iL" "Go on." "That's all. When I showed Eddie how I knew he was covering UP — when he saw what I could do to Roslyn — he was really sweating. He was ready to say anylhing I wonted him lo — Ihe will, anything. . . ." I tried to feel suspicious, but her story hung together too well. If Killy had been the one who wielded the ax, would she have been foolhardy enough to call at- tention to herself by trying lo get Al's dough? And even if she were willing to take, the chance, wouldn't Eddie have called the cops instead o/ going along with her story? • • • J WENT outside, my brain creaking around like a ferris wheel in winter. It certainly looked as if Eddie had stuck his neck way out for somebody. And if that much were true, the rest was clear: It's 2:30 a. m. Roslyn can't sleep. Eddie had told her he'd be staying at the office, talking business plans with Al. and he's still not back. She sizzles at the thought ot how hard he works and how AI pays him off in peanuts. Al Just can't do this to Eddie. Or her. Al laughed oft" her blufl about Eddie gelling TV offers. Just laughed in her face. The dirty rat. She leaps out of bed, flings on a dress and rushes over lo the office. You again? says Al. Scram. You slop cheating my husband, she yelli. AI yells back. She grabs the nearest thing handy and Swings at him. Al goes down. You've killed him, Edrlic moans. She wants to run', but Kddie says no, no — maybe people saw. me here with Al— they'll ifciuk I *ui iL Ypu'U hav« S-A-V-E ON THESE SPECIALS! CLEANEST CARS IN TOWN! 1952 CHEVROLET Deluxe F.nver Glide wilh Radio and Heafer. A nice car, like new 1950 STUDEBAKER Chanipion -Rt K n] Deluxe, 5- Passenger, Aulomaifc Transmission, Radio, Heater, Sun Shade and Seat Covers. Priced Right! 1948 FORD V-S, a 2-Donr that's a real SPECIAL! 19.18 PLYMOUTH Special Deluxe 4-I)oor A K ood buy! 6 1917 FORD 2-Door eriuipped with Heafer and has Seat Covers. A one owner car and a dandy buy! 1916 FORD 2-Door ... we have two for you to choose from. 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It's the only way, he says. I'll tell them I heard a car speeding away. And don't forget to wipe your fingerprints off the handle. Go ahead, sock hard. She swings—Eddie goes down—she runs. . . Faking the will could have come as an afterthought to her. Or mayhe brolher-in-Iaw Dave got the idea firsL But he would have needed help—he didn't know the setup well enough around here. Sticking in my name and Chris Witmcr's as camouflage would have been her doing. . . . It all held together. But how about Hocky Silone's counterfeit dough? And the blackmail letter? Could I pin all that on her, too? HE phone was ringing when I got back to the office. It was Hcaley. He *ras all a-bubhle. "Just wanted to tell you we're getting somewhere, thanks to you," he said. "Your pa] Torchy Is still sticking to the innocent act, but he's come across with the names of some of. the guys ,who were slaying at his place and we'll probably be able to dig a witness out of them. And that's not ail, Dave Fields is starting to crack." "How?" "You remember in lhat statement you got from him, he said nobody else knew about the fake will? Well, he's Just admitted Roslyn Fields knew about iL™ "Uh huh." "You're not surprised?" . "No." I put the phone back on the window sill. I stayed there, watching for Roslyn and Eddie. She was taking her time bringing him back lo this unhappy shore, where nothing ever went right and all the birds sang false notes. Along the cinder path from Chicken Alley, now came the sweetest little bird of them all. Midge Burnett, In going-out clothes. No halter and shorLs, but a real dress, pale green linen wilh short sleeves, and a grass-green sliaw hat and Rloves. Even a green alligator bag. ,ST» B*. C'eaU A New Supply of Flash Cameras 1395 up Choose one of these Cameras now for a Christmas Gift. Use our lay-away plan. 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