The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 21, 1952
Page 11
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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major HoopU EGAD, LEAMDER.' HERE x AM,OVER HERE — AH-ER. — JO€.T RESTIM&.'DOVT , TELL MS tHAT EMBATTLED MRS. PGPLASTER IS HEPE.', —— AVNPF/ TELL H X'ME SOtJE TO I MADAGASCAR TO INSPECT MV BANANA FAR W5 ~— KAt<- ' AUNT MARTHA, SAID VOO 1} VlERB UNDER THE KED \ 60MEWHERE, LSWCL6 BJLSV «~r M6AM AMOS/-— MO MfJS. DEPLASTER AIM'T , HERE, BUT rve SOT A < ±_ FLASH ABOUT YOUR \ TUCKAWAV Tie ~ BEST rJEVVlS SlfJCS . THAT SMALL PoxC ^Re CLOSED THfr -c E3 £ ST f?ESTIM<3 ^ • LIKE A GOPHER^-. ST6 FROM A PEAR = Political Announcements Eubjec', to Preferential July 29. 1952 For County Jurise GENE BRADLEY PHILLIP J. DEER I. D. SHEDD Tor Circuit Clerk GERALDINE LISTON For State Senator SEN. LEE BEAR DEN For Slate Kep. KENNETH S. SULCER For Post No. 2 SPRING PLANTING SEEDS Oats, Alfalfa, Lespedeza, Clorers, Soybeans »nd Seed Corn. See us before you buy. Blythevifle Soybean Corp. Phone 6856 - 1SOO West Main FARM LOANS You Can Pay ANY AMOUNT ANYTIME from form incom* without penally Thia FnmiHis FARM INCOME PRIVILEGE ii written into your note \ehen you linre a titan from TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 213 Walnut Phone 2381 Mortgage Loans of All Kinds OUT OUR WAY TAOE ELEVBW By J. R. "1 see your son is still waiting for world conditions to settle before he finds a lob! Smart young man!" Einstein's theory ot relativity is important in the study of the structure of the atom and of the universe as a whole. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock ' Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores KILL WALKER (Proof Next Week) One automobile accident can cost you everythint you own— unle.ts you are Insured. Watch the papers and note the large judgments beins rendered. Then check with us lo make certain you liave sufficient insurance. Sir Waller Raleigh Did Not Visit North America Sir Waller Kaleigh never got any nearer to the North American mainland than Newfoundland. He did visit South America. 1. "Popular Questions Answered" . . . Gto. W. Stlmpson. CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Sliei ip to 36 In. Corrygaled Metal Culvert* Sizes up In 84 In. A. H. WEBB AaUmatlc Flood Ciatei Concrete A Metal Sepllo Tanki Sewer Ttk B*«t Prices Wz Dellrer HljhwaT 8! »t State Line Phone 714 COTTON SEED 30 tons, DIM, Saved from foundation seen", subject to cerlification. Germination $1%. Saved before the fre«e. $140 TON Also .Cedar Posts for Sul« PHONE DELL 2681 RUSSELL GILL Dell - - - Osceola GLENCO HOTEL BLDG. BLYTHEVtlLE, ARH.-«««4360 Guaranteed Watch Repair oX $3.50 Toir waleh Is disassembled, I | eleaaed, plr«t« p«lkne4 and [ [ hair cprlag* adj**te4. 3 Day Service Thompson Credit Jeweler I Neit 4o*r lo Fnrnll.rr XXXV ! -JACKDUMONT'S expression was •*_ puizled, rather thnn anxious or irightcned. "How do you know Ames \Varljurton hadn'l carried his watch for more than a month?" he asked. "Are you making this up?" "No," I said. "Cravalh and I learned Amos wanted lo know Die time a few minutes after he discovered the bonds missing. A guy with a wonderful Swiss watch could have looked at il." Dumont waved a hand. "Perhaps he'd forgotten to wear ! t" "We checked up. He left his watch for repairs with a jeweler named Ensler who had piled UD work ahead. Ames got it back •tout two hours before he look CS: train for Windover You couldn't have seen it in Ihe oflice Jf —" I couldn't resisl this "—you had kept your mouth shut on those rocks, we'd never have known or sent a guy lo question jewelers " Cravath looked at the ground Sladen kept the light on Dumom "The attempt on Mrs. Dumonl wasn't premeditated," I went on "One rainy day you followed Mr Cravath and Mrs. Wheeler and overheard or saw something that must have been a blow to your ego. Cravath was ahead of you there, too." It wasn't very delicate and It aroused Cravath from his trance "Oh, Orth ..." I'd been hired for this and I was going through wilh il. So I went on. "Later you saw Mrs Dumont wobbling down this path She was another big stumbling blocs in your way. Somelhing must have exploded in your brain so you conked her from behind and ran her toward the clilTs." "And why didn't I heave her over?" Dtimoru spat the words "An airplane chose thai moment to fly over," Cravalh said. "I remember hearing it when 1 was with Eve. You couldn't be sure what might be seen from the plane." I nodded. "When yon c.-ime to your senses you realized that this murder wasn't going to be clever enough, and you didn't go back to finish the job — knowing Dolly wouldn't know who hit her." ALL during this, Dumont had been tensing, gathering his strong compact body. 1 Ihonght he was selling ready to spring at nie—and I was ready. He footed me. lie whirled suddenly on Dave Sladen. "Keep that light out ot my eyes." His voice held only irrilahilily. He might have been the boss, bawling out an underling al Cravath & Company. Startled. Dave lat the torch down. Dumont made a half-pivot, right on his toes. Dumont must have been a filling sub for All- American Halfback Marney Cravath. He completed the pivot in an eyewink, with the three of us momentarily off guard; He pin- wheeled past Cravalh. I leveled the gun. Cravath moved like lightning, the first movement he'd made since the beginning of that slark, one-sided conversation. He knocked my arm aside. " him go!" he rasped hoarsely. Dumonl went, a dark streak. He never even broke slricle at the chains — just took them like a hurdler. His feet seemed scarcely to touch the lillle fatal palch of ground onlo which Ames Worbur- ton had gone to his dealh. There was no hesitation; no fearful yell came back from the void beyond. Jack Dumont's nerve held lo the end. I brought my rented car around to the front ol the house eaily the next morning. Then I carried my bags down, without bothering Manila. I admit to feeling pretty sore. But after lhat trick I had played on Cravolh. 1 had it coming. Of course, I had had a job to do. But the job had not been pleasant and now my association with the Cra- vaths—Marston and his niece Sally—had ended. I did not expecl lo see either of them again. The police Investigation had been compleled. The whole story had been told. There would be notoriety, which Cravath had sought lo avoid, but it would soon pass. A FTER that terrible ending, Marston Cravath had not said one word to me He had walked, head dov,-n and shoulders sagging, back to the house I'd deceived .lim into setting B snare for someone he had trusted and loved, even though his trust and love had been misplaced. But he had assumed the roie of betrayer and for putting him In that position he could not forgive me. even though we had oeen dealing with murder. On my way down wilh my bags I met Dave Sladen. "1 forgot to lhank you last night for being willing lo play ball." I told him. "It couldn't have been vciy, knowing thai your boss thought you were a murderer. I'd told him you were and he was expecting you to heave that ball." Dave shrugged. "I've had to do unpleasant things all my life. Hut ! will say this: I detesled Wor- burton and I can't say much tor some olliers around here, but 1 never wanled to see any of them murdered. If I helped you get that half-human rlevil. I'm glad of it" (To Be Concluded) Television- Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Crmnne] -1 MONDAY NIGHT, APRIL 21 >:00 Kukla, fran it Ollle 6:15 News 6:25 News About TV 6:30 Those Two 6:45 News Caravan 1:00 Paul Winchell 1:30 Howard Barlow 8:00 Craig Kennedy 8:30 Hobcrl Montgomery :30 Who Said That :00 Wrestling JO:4S News 1:00 Man Against Crime 1:30 News 11:35 Sien Off TUKSDAV, APRIL 22 6:45 Test Pattern 7:00 Today 1:2S News 7:30 Today 7:55 Weather 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Tcday 9:00 Breakfast Forty 9:30 Winner Take All 10:00 Prologue to Future 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Slorylnnd 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Morning Meditation 12:00 News 12:15 Fnrm News 12:30 1st 100 Ye.-irs 12:45 Garry Moore 1:30 Homeinakers Program 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Ralph Edwnrds 3:00 Knte Smith 4:00 Hawkins Palls 4:15 Gabby Hayes 4:30 Howdy Dnody 5:00 News 5:05 Berl Olswanger 5:25 Weatherman 5:M Cisco KW B:00 Kukla, Fran <fe Ollic 6:15 News 6:25 News About TV 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 1:00 Milton Bcrle 8:00 Fireside Theatre 8:30 Circle Theatre 9:00 Amateur Hour 5:45 This Week In Sports 10:00 ottidEo One 11:00 News 11:05 Names the Snrne 11:35 News 11:45 Sign Off BUT TVIAT'S A HANP/ THIfKS TO KNOW--IP WS EVER HAVS TO LIVE fj A clARAC*. SHOW ME HOW Benefit by Reading and Using Courier Newt Classified Adi FRICKLES AND H4S FRIIHDC A Lesson In Saving H-flLTCRS QURL1TY SHOC SHOP IZI W. M«1N ST. FOR SALE Concrete culrrrU, 12 Inch In 48 Inch, plain nr recnforcfd. AIM Concrete Bitilrilnjc Blocks chexp- er than limber for barns, chicken hem*?!, pump hovscx, tenant houses, tool sheds. We deliver Call >i f>r tre« estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. FINA FOAM ... Ihe Newly- Dnvclnped Rubble Hath for Fine Fabrics, Rugs anil jllpholslcry does a »"J jspeedy foam •flning Joh. ARKANSAS PAINT & GLASS CO. 1(M> F.. Main Phone Z212 PIDTO/1VILLA6EIN CENTRAL ASIA. UNI E« ANIMALS FIND THEY DIVIDED 'INTO FAMILIES FOR EXAMPLE, THE SQUIRREL, RABBIT AND MOUSE BELONG- TO THE RODENT ~\ FAMILY' vC^H NOW, THEN.' WHO CAN NAME FIVF. MEMBERS OF THE CAT FAMILY- /THE PAPA CAT, ( THE MAMA CAT, VANO THREE LITTLE V^ OH<OFFlCERl THEKE'S A. TERRIFIC CAR 5MNSH-UP ON ^ SWM.L ROD JUSr WEST o- m IWTO 7H6 TECM1NM, A.MOTKEZ AIRLIMER. LfcWOSON THE I SAW THE WHOLE **f I'll CJVU AN THING FROM THE AIK / AWi6ULAIOCE,,.AWD AS WE APPROACHED I REPORT TH' WRECK THE RUNWAY! SOM6- \ TO TH' STATION! BUT BOpy MUST'UE g£EM X STICK AROUND- KILLED I y1iv Wffl THEY'LL 6E OUT THERE W A FEW wwures. NOW ewe ME VOUR NAME AMD APOKES5. WE MfW WMJT YOUR EYE WITNESS BETWEEN MINING AND /THEY MUST COLLECTING REWARDS /HAVE ABOUT FOR CAPTURING BAN I IfcZO.OOO PITS I'D SAY ALLEY V IN GOLP AND FOOZY ARE DO I MS ALL WANm SCOLD. BUT . _. WE'D BETTER GET [ GUK HACK TO MINING "'»!»tS. . 5 ^ HOLDOJN/^- W^ 0Y, O-UTZiE/ WITH E)ALL IN TH t'LL f?E INCITE,MU'-i^.-i'. f\ COUft-E O'YELtER (TIC? C He^2 TM f EJ£A.UT*RJL Ti^L

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