The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1952 · Page 7
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8ATUKDAY, APRIL 19, 1BB1 COURIER NEWS SEYBK OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major HoopU VOT ? MEIM NAME If OH.VEAH ? -HERE'S OKSLV OSE •STOP- UGHT NOSE LIKE THAT VJORLD.MA5OP STOLE A LOT OF <STAMP6 OUT OF THAT BOOK THAT ^dU DUPED MY goy REGGIE itJro TRADIMS you/ THE NEXT TIME V.2U M&, TrtPtT MAW WITH WILL Be UFF. INM6BROCK, MODOM .' ~ MO 6Plr< IMGLUTCH /^ f> Political Announcements Subject to Preferential Electio July 19, 1952 For CounVy JutlEe GENE BRADLEY PHILLIP J. DEER I. D. SHEDD For Circuit Clerk OERALDINK L1STON For Stale Senator SEN. LEE BEARDEN For State Keji. KENNETH S. SULCER For Post No. 2 SPRING PLANTING SEEDS Oats, Alfalfa, Lespedeza, CloTers, Soybeans and Seed Corn. See us before you buy. Blytheville Soybean Corp. Phone 8856 - 1800 West Main FARM LOANS ou Can Pay ANY AMOUNT at - ANYTIME from farm income without penally 77ii* Famous FARM INCOME PRIVILEGE it written into your note tehen you hart* (t /onn from TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 213 Walnut Phone 2381 Mortgage Loans of All Kinds' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS I WONDER HOW THOSE C T*O GORfLLAS K/JEW p ABOUT THE MAP? — Jiyr"*3f~-~~,*"-~-^**K:*/ •• ftt^^KiWe, W^UG9 '•SS .-sfr^ -^-- - . . "Another cruise, doctor? Yes, that*ll be a change all right —the last one you sent me on I was seasick the whol* time!" Less than one-tenth of the siopit- latlon of Oak Hidgo, Tenn., where the atom plant is located, is above 40. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Slitl up to 3I> In. Corrugiited Metal Culverts Sizes up to Hi In. A. H. WEBB Automatic Flood Gates Concrete & Metal Seplle Tank! Sewer Tile Best Pri«» W« Deliver Hlfhway 8] at Stale Line Plione 714 DPL 75 ARKANSAS BLUE TAG CERTIFIED COTTONSEED First Year From Breeders 80-85-91% germination, dcllnted and treated COTTON BAGS ARKANSAS CERTIFIED BLUE TAG OGDEN SOY BEANS - 80-85^r germination COTTON BAGS EARL MAGERS, Phone 2811, Dell, Ark. Notice to Farmers: I represent the ROBF.RT L. DORTCH SEED FARMS, of Scott Arkansas, in this territory. At present I have a boat 300 bushels of nORTCH SOY- No. Z BREEDERS BEANS. Also » few of the NEW 67 VARIETY. MRS. HOWARD BOWEN Day Phone G218 Night Phone SOS1 Located 300 yds. So. of city limits, Ilhvay 61 COTTON SEED ' 30 tons, DPL Saved from foundation seed, subject to certification. Germination 93%. Saved before the freeze. $140 TON Also .Cedar Posts for Sale PHONE DELL 26S1 RUSSELL GILL Dell - Osceoli Guaranteed Watch Repair 0 % $ 3.50 Yolr watch Is disassembled, I cleaned, pivots polished and \ hair iprlngi adJM^ted. 3 Day Service Thompson Credit Jeweler Tl door to Wade Fnrnltvre I XXXIV '"PHERE was no excitement, no trace of tremor in the muffled reply: "Okay now?" Just the confident, assured lone of the supreme, but thwarted—egotist. I wanted to look at Cravath, but I didn't dare. I could only hope that he was alerted, ready and on his toes. Then the murderer made his supreme bid. He moved without haste, leisurely even, to the exact middle of that Hltle moonlit strip. But suddenly the glistening tape he held slackened, tell to the ground. Slowly he brought both hands up in from of him. And though I'd known what to expect, 1 had to force back a gasp. The dark thing clinging to his right hand ^.looked, In this strange light, like «**. a hideous and unnatural growlh. . A few short swift steps down the path ... an arm drawn back . then swung powerfully forward A sliver of moonlight caught the dark object, splattered off it like sparks ofl onyx. Once again, Death started down the Peacock Path. With a half-choked cry Cravath sprang up from his crouch behind -the chains. A burst light exploded in the opposite row of evergreens. And the hollov, clank sounded, the clank of har< material smashing against metal The streaking black object bounced off the piping, rose hal a foot into the air and went on It slowed deflected, abruptly harm less, and disappeared into thi shadow of a tree. The killer stood, his head poised like a snake's, a slatue painted by mooribeans. Amazement, frustration and rage swept his face as a torch from the evergreens dienched his back in light. The killer was caught in a three way trap. The light behind him Cravath coming up from the cliff myself moving into the open: He glanced around, swiftly, fearfully, like a cornered animal. 1 ould se« his eyes, luminous and arting. I walked slowly forward, the ;un in plain -sight. His own weap- in had failed, and he had reached or no other. But even unarmed, he vas a dangerous and deadly man. I said, over the padding sound if Cravath's approaching feet and as the torch converged, "Don't ry tricks. This is ready to go off. \nd, believe me, I'm not fooling. 1 ' • « • f WILL never forget the look Mnrston Cravath gave me. I ind tricked him, robbc<l him cf one o( bis last illusions. But t had seen no other way. I took a backward step and spoke to the killer: "You tried to dll Marston Cravath because his death would have given you virtual control of the business and wanted something else, even more than you wanted money Aside from these reasons, you lated him—he's always been the man you wanted lo be.'* Jack Dumont started to spring but stopped os I whipped up the gun. I went on: "Two attempts failed and before you could dream up another trick Ames \Varburton found out abou the bonds. He went to you first being your protege. He though Cravath himself had taken them.' Cravath gasped involuntarily Off to my right, Dave Sladen. thi third point in this triangular trap shuffled his feet. Dumont gave a harsh laugh 'Pure supposition!" "•Yes," I admitted, "but pretty close, I'll bet. You probabl stalled Ames, suggesting that yo meet at the end of this path ti talk it over." "I suppose I picked up Ames am filing him over the cliff?" "You were more subtle. Per haps you planned to pin the the! on Ames and you saw a way t got rid of him and if rnuvdr were ever proved, Cravath would b« suspected. Or U suicidi w«rc i]spected. it would be because e'd turned thief. "You may have seen the pos- ibilities of the Peacock Path long go. It's similar to a bowling alley Vnd Mr. Cravath was a crack wwler, once. He's Kot a trophy or bowling in his study. Yoi oubtless knew too that his old owling balls were in the altic. "Your problem was simple. Ge' mes out on the edge of the clifl nd let him have it from about 3l eet oil, with a fast heavy ball. A win, incidentally, of the one ovei here under the trees." He looked nt me as I hope nevei 0 be looked at again. "You got Aines out there by tealing his watch which he prob- bly put down somewhere afle n's arrival here when he un dressed. You also sneaked jowling ball out of the attic an lid it under one of these trees The same way you did todn Then, when the coast was clea hat night, you went out here t keep your appointment. Only yo vent early and planted the watch outside of the chains. "Ames came finally and stood at the chains, waiting tor you. And saw hEs watch on the grass beyond hcm. He had no idea how it had iVOtten there. But, naturally, he stepped over to gel it. When he stooped down, you simply let fly. A friend of mine in New York has established that you're a better Dowler than Mr. Cravath ever was. What's more, he hasn't bowled In years. The date on his trophy Is 1932." He was a tough •cuslomer, with a mind like ice. He fixed that glare on me, said, "Just why did you investigate me? And, comes to that, who are you to be investigating, anyhow?" "Never mind me," I said. "But 1 investigated you because you made a slip. Just a little one, but it pul me on Ihe track. When Sladen found Ames' watch on the rocks that night you confirmed that it was Ames' watch. You added that you'd seen him 'nddling with It in the office the other day.'" He started. And I shot at him, "Ames hadn't carried thai watch i'or more thon a month," 'elevision- bnite, Tomorrow 'MCT, Memphis. Channel ^ SATURDAY NIGHT. APRIL 19 :00 American Born Dance :30 Lone Rangei- :00 All Star Revue 1:00 Show of Shows i:30 Wrestling 1:30 News 0:40 C. A. Preview l:45 Ken .Murray :45 News :55 Sign Off SUNDAY. APRIL 20, 1952 WMCT SCHEDULE :15 News :30 Candy Carnival 2:00 Frontiers of Faith 2:30 Free Enterprise 1:00 Burns & Allen :30 Beulah 2:00 Hopalong Cassidy 3:00 Meet the Press 3:30 Hall of Fnme 4:00 Zoo Parade 4:30 Gene Alltry 5:00 Film Fcaturette 5:15 Washington Spotlight 5:30 Slim Rhodes 5:55 News 0:00 Royal Showcase :30 Young Mr. Bobbin 7:00 Comedy Hour 8:00 TV Playhouse 9:00 Heri Skelton 9:30 Stu Erwln 0:00 I Love Lucy 0:30 News 0:35 Toast of Town 1:35 Crime Phtographer 2:05 News 2:15 Sign Off MONDAY, APRIL 21 fi:45 Test Tattem . 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7::iO Today •7:55 Weather 8:00 Today 8:25 News B:30 Todny 8:00 Breakfast Party 9:30 Winner Take All 10:00 Prologue to Future 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Storyland 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Morning Meditation 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 1st 100 Years 12:45 Garry Moore 1:30 Homcmakers Program 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Ralph Edwards 3:00 Kate Smith 4:00 Hawkins Falls 4:15 Gabby Hayes 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 News 5:05 Berl Olswangor 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Space Cadets 5:45 Musical Varieties 6:00 Kukla, Fran fe Ollle 6:15 News 6:25 News About TV 6:30 Those Two 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Paul Wlnchell 7:30 Howard Barlow 8:00 Craig Kennedy 8:30 Robert Montgomery 9:30 Who Said That 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 News 11:00 Man Against Crime 11:30 News 11:35 Sign Off Cl OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williomi WHY PON' SCRAPE SOUR FEET SOME PLACE OTHER TH AN OM THE STEPS t \-OOX AT THAT-ITS OOZIKkS BETWEEN MY Toes.' WELL, NO WON PER,WITH THEM MOPSUCKER SHOES OM/ WHV, IF 1 EVEN LCOK OUT TH 1 DOOR, 'filT THEM BOOTS GR OVERSHOES C*Jr- WHAT IF COOKIE eor Me DOWM HERB JUST SOTMOSC HOODUIMS COUlO YIPES, MAYB I'M Ot-IMCr OAKiSCD UP ON / AMOTflEYRE AFTER. OUR MAR / WE GOTTA. FIMPTHC . TREASURE QUCK BtFOSE , ' WHV MOTHERS (SET GRAY Benefit by Reading and Using Courier Newi Classified Ads THEV RE CErtZy TO \I'D HAVE BEEN E6UE WITH U*,KliH6.,/DIMPPOWTEP ir-TJIEVHAD NCW IVt'LL BE COHYWCIIK* I HAVE HeCB THE (MN6B A LAP6E CITV WOVLD 61VEA BI66EE THE EAETII I W'lLUBEFeu6AL WITH THAT MAN IS SIMPLY IMPOSSIBLE; I've RESOLVED NEVER TO DO HIM AMO7HER FAVOR.- WHY. LAST N\GHT I ALMOST MADE UP MY MIND TO . GO HOME TO MOTHER' THANK HEAVEN YOU DIDN'T.' WHAT YOUR COME NOW, MRS. &OTTS JVE RESOLVED /VO7 TO DO HIM AMY MORE FAVORS' W& MLJSTA TZIEG" EVECTY WAREHOUSE THIS ONE MOKE, (SGTOWUE. BEFOEE WE CALL IT t* WOT A {7EA[7 EJOPV 1NJ AMV 0= 'EAV I SUESS TMAT PTJOME CALL WAS A A6 HI5PIANE COWE5 IW FOR LAUDIM6 AT PALMETTO BEACH- MYGOSH.FOOZV; / IF WE'D TAKENTH' WHAT D1FFERF.NCE CASH, ALLEY, MY DID IT MAKE HOW \ I AD.SIXTY-SIX WE TOOK TH 1 XX HUNDREDS ALL ..BUT BY TAKINGTOUR PAY IN OUNCES OF SOLD, WE GOT FOUR- HUNDRED - SIXTEEN. , W.LTOLO SO AT THIRTY-FIVE CLAMS IN WONMIJG'S DAY,\\ESOT US FOURTEEN GRAND OR SO, 1'OSAYJ =t.V-:,*te: 1 in '/:7S, J Vi'vi/ 1 „ OUT FIR TH«T \ V r TRUCK/ FIHA FOAM FOR SALE Concrete calTerti, 12 inch lo 4X Inch, plain or reenforced. Al»o Concrete Balldlng Blvcki cheaper than Umber f»r birns, chicken hom»««, p»mp hvvse*, tenant hgusw, tool ahedc. We dellrer Call •• f*r fre* estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. ^\. . . Ihe Newly- Rubble Bath for Fine Fabrics, Rujri and I.'pholMery does a speed; f o * m eleanlnit Job. ARKANSAS TAINT <fc fil.ASS CO. 106 E. Mitn Phone 2Z1Z

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