The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1950 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 6, 1950
Page 15
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TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1990 BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIFTEEN OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House with Maj. Hoople FRECKLES AND HIS F1UENDS—BY MERRILL BLOSSER YJEAPOI-T 16'6T6*L- "• IMG THE SHOVU WMCT Television on Tucsdiij 1:30 p.m.—Headlines 1:40—Xews Summary l ; 45—MliiSouth News ^:00—Brrl Olswanger f!:30—Adventures in Sfiwitiff 3:00—Jr. Disc Jockey 3:30—Howdy Doody r 4:60—Cactus Jim " 4:30— Spins & Needles 5:00— Kukla, Fran & Ollle 5:30—Cartoon 5:45—News Caravan 6:W—Milton Berle 7:00—Fireside Theater 7:JB— circle Theater 8:00—Amateur Hour 9:00—Slim Rhodes 9:35—For Us the Livlny 10:00—New» W« ofler complete Television service., supplying and install- tnf General Electric, Motorola, and Capehart models. FOR FWE ESTIMATES TELEVISION 4 RADIO SAl£S AND SERVICE )8E MAINST 8LYTHEVII.LE ARK By Grace Ntes Fletcher TUB STORY i nrorta BrnwH. brltlr ut four fnnthM. lrurmm hu«v tu J>»k«" «l|H'Je ptr Ml tttf Hrwakly» ntmrfjliont of her KC l^hljor M r«- HvuuiiL Itui Mr«. lt« n ,iM( U dlw- turbc-tl iiy tkr arrival of A hut box ATiU n plionr call from Mr. Hi-fiimi tchinj; !• • i»c»*.spnp«-r. 'J'hc rfny Ihr cured and then Cloria and her buxUand MlUlndt* dlxravcr fJiat the body nf thr man wfc« dr- llvfrril *lr». Jtenunl'* km In !• their riuml)*valtrr. Tfcry've KOI lo Kri rid of Ihp hmljr. hcr;m-*r K outrun e i» comfnic down (Me fcallvv*7 of the apartment, as Gloria held her breath. If only :ie'd get out of here, so she could pull that awful thing clear to the cclliir where someone else could find it. "Well," the policeman turned back to ihein, stymied (or Ihe moment but not, one could see. convinced. "No i No, no, this mustn't happen. It couldn't. She stared at the little dumbwaiter door as if it were the entrance to Hades itself, as indeed it was for the little man inside. "Debris, ladies! "No!" GJoria cried, running to the closed'door and yelling fran tically so the janitor could hear. "We haven't any garbage today!" The cop might split his infinitives but he wasn't dumb. He saw the garbage can where Militaries bad set it down on the floor and he saw the agony on Gloria's face Rent A Car... Driy.e It Yourself S Fresh Crappie • -•• Chicken. Dinner Package Delivery Anywhen Simpsons Cafe STATE LINE Phones 4948 - 937 Political Announcement The Courier News ftu been authorized to announce the following can- dictates, subject to the Democratic primaries, July 25 and August g. FOB couvnr JUDGE Roland Greco FOK STATE REPRESENTATIVE L- R. Autry Re-election Post No, I ^ John J. Cowan Kenneth S, Sulcer Post No 2 E. O. "Gene" Fleeman (For re-election Post No. «) W. F. Wells for State Senator W R Nicholson J. Lee Bearden SHERIFF ANT) COLLECTOR Osee Nunnally VI COMEONE was indeed coming. *^ Footsteps pounding down the corridor stopped at their door, and someone banged upon the panel, demanding peremptorily, "Open up, you!" "It's that illiterate cop!" Gloria jittered, Milliades shut the waiter door finally and leaned against it, panting as if he had been running, wiping beads of sweat from his forehead. "Someone screamed in there! I heard it!" the cop's voice said and the door began to creak ominously. Miltiades' strode to the door which opened so suddenly the big policeman almost sprawled inside. "You're making a heck of a racket," Miltiades said angrily on the theory that attack is the best dele nse. **I heard the lady scream, I thought—" the big policeman began but Gloria drew herself up h a'u g h t i 1 y, Interrupted. "Me scream? ,.Why,,lididn't.breathe a syllable, did I, darling? My husband would certainly have" heard. It must be the parrot you heard, out on the fire escape." Bless him, he'd just come across with a horrible hoarse yelp of glee as his mistress set him out Cor his bath and now it he'd just blow bubbles loudly enough. "Pretty bubbles in the air," the bird squawked, raucously. "Help! Help!" The policeman strode across the room, glared out at the fire escape here, we might as well have a little chat." He eyed the great height of Miltiades warily as he drew something from his pocket, unwrapped it carefully. It was a knife, a sharp-looking knife, and when she saw the red handle. Gloria caught her breath, pressed warningly with her shoulder against Milli- ades arm. It was the "Mr." kiii(e of her set. She must have forgotten it yesterday when she gathered up her cooking junk. But now the handle wasn't the only thing that was red; there was an ugly brownish- reel stain upon the sharp steel blade. That — thing on the dumbwaiter had had a red stain on the front of Ihe tan coat. we're oil am j nc started Forward. He was opening the door, Gloria shuddered. The room went round and round in dizzy pinwheels of horror as he stared at its dreadful burden, turned to look grimly at the ashen- faued Miltiades. "So," the cop said, "there wasn't any garbage." • • • |>Y the time Gloria was herself *' again and able to think coherently, a great many things had happened rapidly, and something new had been added. Lieut. Thomas 5C. McGunn —-of the Homicide Squad had arrived at the Splendidc and was in charge, and squads of technicians, photographers, fingerprint experts arid various assistants whose jobs Gloria couldn't even MIE pressed the back of her hand guess were swarming all over her against her mouth lo keep trom } screaming . again but fortunately the policeman was looking at Miltiades. "You ever seen this before, Mister? The knife's got your initials on it, 'M.B.' Mr. M.B.," he added grimly. "We just picked it up behind 'the washing machine at the BeiTonis 1 , next door." "1 left it there!" Terror gave Gloria a voice when she saw her husband threatened 1 . ,"1 used it to cut the top pie crust so it wouldn't run over—the juice, I mean." She shook the policeman's big arm in her eagerness, insisting, "You've got to believe met H was all my fault. M i I li ades never even sa w the Benonis . . .'* "Debris!" The sound of the janitor's voice and the ominous rattle of the dumbwaiter stopping at their floor froze the words on her lips, the very blood in her veins. own and the Bcrionis' apartments. "Quil looking at me as if 1 were *oiiig to whang a harp!" she told MiMiadcs irritably. In the mirror she looked like a hag, with no make-up and her hair every which way. "I'm perfectly all right. It wns only Ihe shock." "What shock?" Lieutenant Mc- Gnrin inquired sweetly, appearing suddenly in the doorway of their bedroom. "I suppose from now on we'll have things popping out Irom under the rug all the time," Gloria murmured wearily. "I find a corpse delivered on my dumbwaiter and he asks, *Whal sliock?' A groat detective." "This is Lieutenant McGann, darling," Miltiades introduced thorn hastily. His gaze implored her nnt to wisecrack but lo cooperate. (To Be Continued) ,An amateur owning a radio station must have both an operator's and a station license, but he must have an operator's license before he can obtain one for his station. You'll Lov* Our Flowers! BLTTHEVILLE FLOWER MART Mernphi* Biwft? Phoo* ***2 WE BUY AND SELL USED & NEW FURNITURE PHONE 2112 The Strongest GRAIN BIN Made The Martin "Husky Gaint" is U. S. Gov't. approved —weather-proof, fireproof, ralproof. Designed especially for soybean growers, this storage bin conlains more steel lh;m any other. The 2'/i in. corrugation prevents bulging and sagging Sold by Blytheville Soybean Corp. Blytheville Phone 6856 GASOLINE — TRACTOR FUEL — KEKOSENE FUEL OIL — DIESEL r'UEL OIL & GREASE G. O. 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He a Law GREETIMGS. \ WA«W MOT ENOUGH \ WHAT DO VOU NEXT PER- SONJ 1HAT- SAYS THAT, so HELP "My doctor gave ma this marvelous diet that makes it positively simple to keep your weight down, my dear— the only thing is I don't follow it!" I'UISCILLA'S I'Ol- i Perils of I'itrcnthood liY Al, VKRMKEH I'VE TOLD YOU A HUNDRED TIMES... PO/V'T LEAVE ANYWAY, ITS NICE TO KNOW YOU FEEL SO BAD ABOUT IT! YOU'D FE£U BAD, TOO! THESE WERE BRAND NEW SKATES! GcHxtby, Mrs, Kvle HY MICHAEL O'MALI.BY nml-RALPH LANE OH, YE 1 Will. EH?OH,IT5-X WE CAME OUT TOTEU YOU, /YOU THAT MISS RAMO MR.STEEL.I HAS SUDDENLY DECIDED TO LEAVE DOBBIN YOU SHOULDN'T SIARE SO HAKD. k MRS. KYLE. IT'S BAD f OR YOUR EYES. HATS TOO Y NO—NOTHING. GOOD- AD, tb THERE I BV.MRS. KYIE, TAKE ANYTHING /GOOD CARE OF ALEC WONG ? FOR ME. WIIL VOU ? 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