The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1952 · Page 17
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THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1952 BLITHETILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE 3d OUR BOARDING HOUSE — wltfc M«f*r THE WINTERS HER& WONDERFUL, HOOPUE.' "5NOW, PEACE, AND YOU i THE CeULAR/-"-6L>T IN VOU CRAWL OUT OF YOUR HOLE TO A SERIES OF,OOTDOOR WATCHING ION CAS TROUT, AND r-lUTTY CAM VOL) 6ET AMD STILU 5TAV OOT OF TUKMIPS ALWAYS FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Political Announcements Subject to Preferential July 20, 1952 For County Juilge GENE BRADLEY PHILLIP J. DEER I. D. SHEDD For Circuit Clerk GERALDINB LISTON For State Senator SEN. LEE BEARDEN For State Rep. KENNETH S. SULCER For Post No. 2 PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores SPRING PLANTING SEEDS Oats, Alfalfa, l.espetieza. Clovers, Soybeans and Seed Corn. See us before you buy. BHytheville Soybean Corp. Phone 6856 - 1800 Went Main FARM LOANS You Can Pay ANYAMOUNT at ANYTIME from farm income without penally Thjj Famous FARM INC8ME PRIVILEGE jj icritten into your note when you hnpp. a loan from TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 213 Walnut I'hone 2381 Mortgage Loans of All Kinds Notice to Farmers: I represent the KOBKKT L. DORTCH SEKD FARMS, nf Scott Arkansas. In this territory. At present I. hare • b o v t 3<KI bushels of DORTCH SOY No. Z BREEDERS BEANS. Atao & few of the NEW 67 VARIETY. MRS. HOWARD BOWEN Day Phone 6218 Night Phone 8061 Located 300 yds. So. of city limits, Hiway 61 State Certified Blue Tag 1 D&PL 15 COTTON SEED j 80% Germination. Delinteci & Treated 4 CALL Glen Cook : DELL, ARK. PHONE 2442 ^ +.+.A %a£$fi£NBi2Sfcif VIII TMMACULATE was the word for Katherin* Shaw's drawing room. Every sunlit surface shone aa if it had just bexm polished. , Inspector Foyle looked about fei* room and frowned. "No ash trays." There were some nice bils ol enamel from Limoges, some pretty pieces of porcelain froin Meissen »ome glittering bowJs of cut crys- lal. But they were all snufT boxes figurines, or vases. Nothing in the room could possibly be mistaken £or an ash tray. Charlotte Denn stood on threshold, a tall, narrow woman with long-fingered hands and •lender feet. "Inspector Foyle?* She spoke in * high, sweet voice, "I recall you appointment with Miss Shaw thi afternoon, but — don't you know?' That Miss Shaw is dead? Yes I know," Foyle answered gravely "And I'm sorry that I must insis on keeping the appointment — will you." "Then won't you sit down?" She sat with ankles crossed hands resting lightly on the arm of her chair, an easy posture tha suited the chair and the room. / shaft of sunlight Cell across he face, and Basil saw eyes ret! an swollen as if she had been w [ing, "How did Miss Shaw die? Foyle asked her. "Her heart gave out." Charlotte >oke like any bereaved woman ho finds relief in answering sym- athclic queries. "The doctor ex- ecled her to die a year ago, but had a tenacious will to live. nly last month he said that she light live another five years with ire." "How long had she been ST1?~ "It began four years ago with rlhritis of the hip. Two years go she lost her sight—a cataract, he was too old for an operation, 0 I was engaged as her com union. I was on 2-1-hour duly xccpt for two hours every after- oon, when I usually went out vbile a maid stayed with her. I leep in a room adjoining hers.' "Did she call you last night?" 'oyle inquired. "Only once, just before you tele- ihoncd. She wanted a sleeping iill. I went back to bed and then his morning I found her. . . cnt for her doctor at once. He old us there was nothing anyone could have done, even if sh« hac waked during those last moments." "Did sne use sleeping pill often?" "Almost, every nighL The hip was painful." "How manj were there las ght?" "Six." "And this morning?" "Five, of course. 1 gave her onl> one last night." "Do you know what drug sh was using?" went on Foyle. "Codeine." Charlotte looked a Tlasil with a slight frown, "Didn 1 see you at Dr. Zlmmer's las night?" WIMUS is Dr. Willing from th District Attorney's ofttc Miss Denn, 1 ' explained Foyle. "But someone else at Dr. Zim rner's was announced as Dr. Wi ling!" , "That n..n died last night," *ai OUT OUR WAY / HAIN'T THEY TH ( SWEETEST, NICEST THWG.&? WHEW SHE SE1?N ME COMIW AFTER HER SHE. STOPPED QUICK TO WAIT PER. ME TM' P1R.T/ NIGHT' H«-DA FORMAL 1 ? PLAVIM 1 OLP-TIME- WITH THEM SWEET MOPERKJ Benefit by Reading and Using Courier Newt Classified Ads TIliT TANK OF VWTEE 10 VODB. POWtR,&K.i J) I "George sounds very convincing, but 1 can't see all those dreamy thing* he says about my eyes!" JJAl/E-TJUSEOCKET'SH fAOMEHTUM,MC> T/LL THE STEAA\ TQMMF.WEfl 4PACB CHCIO JUMPS PROM THE 1-Of.HS... CIIECK/MACK.WATEE BOIL* BELOW B6py TEMPEEATUME IN DIE VACUUM OF4PACE . Tougli to Keach Neare-st stau.' to the North Pole Minnesota. Isle of the Woods county, Minn., Is farlhcr north :.h.in any other place In any of the Union. It cannot be reached by land without passing over Canadian territory. Television- Tpnite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Channel Read Courier News' Classified Ads. THE -3CREEM SPRAYER KEEP'S GETTING CLOQGED UP.' WOMEN ARE SUCH HELPLESS ,-" YOU JUST RUM THIS WIRE THROUGH THE •5POLJT LIKE THIS.. ...AND NOW ILL BET IT'e CLEAN AS A WHIST- FIRST SANDPAPER HIM LIGHTLY:... THEM SOAK HIM OVERNIGHT IN PAINT-REMOVER... INSPECTOR GKOWL! V JLJST WHESJ JUST ESCAPE!?)! THOUGHT FKO.M TH£ HOSPTTAL.'S WE HAP HE SLU&£EPfl6UAC[?)THI5 CASE AMP WENT PQWN <- ALL THE piee ESCAPE: SORKV ABOUT VOUE PftL TU8BS, OLD CHFtPl IT'S HMtD TO BELIEVE HE'D GET PftWICicy MOD FLEEFROWA TEftGEDV OF HIS OWkJ ISTTU D0WT BELIEVE IT.TMOU! MJO I MEAN TO PROVE HE DIDN7! VOUHEWJ VOOUTR 1 /! F0PTUNMEI.Y. TUBB5 (kNO I HftP COHCI.UPEO OUR BU5)HeS5 DEftL HOW WHWHftPPEMgPl DID HE SET SU5PI- VES, WV DEAR.. 6UT DOM'T WORRy. f. ! HEN HE TDKIOS UP... (VMD OW YOUf? (AOWE FOR PUT TIWS THE BL^^^E ou HIM! 8E FOUMO! UJCKILV, tO 5£EM TO THW A New Start at IO-2-4 O'clock! OUR LI'LOU MARION HAS3—(.Oil, JUSrONE] THERE,rSEE,6HESNCy YEH...BUTIF MATCH FOR OOP,.. /SHE STAYS HE HAS KNOCKED/ DOWN FOR TH' HER FOR A J COUNT, HE'LL LOOP.' J \ HAFTA MARRY HER! THATS TH' LAV// JUST WHOPPED HER SELF OOTOF AN ! \0f MY PUAY- wnAT'5 I There's no other drink like Dr. Pepper! It has a distinctive f J a v o r, a special sparkle the whole family will enjoy. Lifts your energy within 2 to 8 minutes, gives you new "life" fast! Get a handy 6- bottle carton today; Dr. Pepper is a delightful "pick-up" for the whole family! Look for Hi* Handy Gr«»n-and- Whhl* C«trry-Hofn« Carte* IW r T'POITONCB A WSBK.' y\LU -SET FER -f£K PRIVIM- THURSDAY NIGHT, MAY 1 C:00 Gorucha Marx 6:30 Gene Alltry 7:00 Dragnet 7:30 James Melton 8:00 Martin Kane 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:00 Racket Squad 8:30 One Man's Family 10:00 Break the Bank 10:30 News 10:35 Story of GI Joe 12:00 News 12:05 Sign Off FRIDAY, MAY t 1:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Prologue to Futxirt 8:30 Breakfast Party 9:00 Mrs. U.S.A. 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Storylaiid 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Morning Meditation 11:00 Film Featurettes 11:45 l.rt 100 Years 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Homemakers Program 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Ralph Edwardi 2:00 Kate Smith 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 News 4:05 Berl Olswanger 4:30 Space Cadets 4:45 Hartoons 5:00 Kukln, Fran <fe Ollit 5:15 News 3:25 Weatherman 5:30 Those Two 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Dennis Day 6:30 We The People 7:00 Big Story "7:30 Aldrlch Family 8:00 Cavalcade of Sport* 8:45 Bill Day 9:00 Return of Van Sickle 9:30 Drama Program 10:00 Charlie Wild 10:30 News 10:40 Lights Out 11:10 News 11:15 Sign Off Alias Basil Willing ly Heto McClojr oyl«. -H« w» xleine." "That is most extraordinary." took strict social training to eep the voice so level, to leave 3 much unsaid. "May 1 ask who ie man was?" "We have identified him as a rivale dcteclive named Jaclc higgan." Why, that's Hie man you asked about when you telephoned t night." • • • <T HOPED to talk to Miss Shnw about him first, but now . . /* oyle made a helpless gesture. Dr. Zlimner says that Duggan as invited to dinnu as Dr. Wil- ng by Miss Shaw." 'That may be true," admitted Charlolle reluctantly. "A week go, Miss Shaw told me that we were going to dine with Dr. 7,\m- ier. To spare him the bother oi citing an extra man for my din- icr partner, she a sited him if she night invite a friend of her own, >r, Basil Willing. She did not mention anyone named Duggan." She must have been disappointed when Vie left before dinner," said Basil. "Did she comment on that?" "No. Bui she did say something ibout having mistaken one of the other guests for Dr. Willing. It Deemed lo disturb her more than such a little thing should." "Was there anything in Miss 3baw's life thai would make it .ikely for her to hire a private detective?" asked Foyle. 'She simply wasn't that kind o! person." "A kind woman doesn't like to prosecute a kleptomaniac," suggested Foyle. *'She Just wants to identify him—or her. Anything of thai sort going on here?" "Not to my knowledge," replied Charlotte steadily. "And I would know. I supervise the housekeeping.** (To Be Continued)

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