The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 12, 1952
Page 11
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MONDAY, MAT 18, 1*98 BLYTHBVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NBWB OUt BOARDING HOUSE — with Major HoopU PAGS E6AD.ftJSTER/ WHAT MOrJUMErJTAL. SALU to Accuse we OF PlLLAGIr43 TH6 ICEBOX WMEM YOU STAND tHCRE CLUTCH- IMS THE SPOILS RED- HANDED/—I MEReiY CAMS eer AN ice cose CHILL A SLASS CPF WATER.—- WELL. SOM6 gUZZARD ' ?£AT US BOTH TO THE * t>!?AW A— ALL X COO.D SCOOT UP WAS "THIS CHICKEM A SLIC5 OF LAST THAT'S STARTIhJS TO CURL/ ra FIMftLLV SETTLED fOK A BOX OF Political Announcement's Ciibjcct to Preferential July 29. 1952 Election Far County Judge QENE BRADLEY PHILLIP J. DEEB I. D. SHEDD For Circuit Clerk GERALDINE LISTON For Stale Senator BEN LEE BEAF1DEN HENRY K. HOYT For State Rep. KENNETH S. SULCER For Post No. 2 SPRING PLANTING SEEDS Oats, Alfalfa, Lespedeza, CloT«ra, Soybeans and Seed Corn. See us before you buy. Blyrheville Soy baa n Corp. PtMiie M5« - ISM Wot PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock Guaranteed Best Price* Kirby Drug Stores FARM LOANS ' You Csn Pay . ANY AMOUNT at ANYTIME from farm income without penalty 77iii Famou* FARM INCOME PRIVILEGE j* written into your note when yorr hare n lotin from TERRY Abstract & Realty Co 213 Walnut Phone 23S1 Mortgage Loans of All Kinds y^^fe, 'swi OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William. OM'T WAKT1 CAT TRACKS TOR LIFE , DO VOU ? CATS IS TH' TOUSHEST TO KEEP OFF A NSW I — CEMEMT JOB! /^ WKV MOTHERS GET SRAV FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS COME EAT fouR SUPPC-R,sou! YOU CAM WORRY ABOUT YcXJR. BPOKEH ROMANICS WITH JUNE LATER/ •cnefit by Reading and Using Courier News Classified Ad« RO&ST PORK \ YOUR, \ Wo, AtJD SWEET / FAVORITE THANKS POTATOES / I MEiL, ---I'M FRECKLES.'/ NOr "Wt didn't git tht usual rain on this picnic—but I wish w* had!" FOR SALE C»cret« r«l»eru, lie Inch l« U iach, plain or reenforeed. Also Concrete Building Blocks cheaper than lumber for barns, chicken h«He*. pvmp bvosei, tenant houses, lo«l shedt. We deliver Call iu far (r*e estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. A small, seeming I y trivial accident can cause a big Iocs In time a& well as hospital Mils and medical exjxnses. An A trident Insurance Policy cost.i little, yet carries financial security. Call us today. The Sky Is Not Blue I (from last week) The blueness of the sky Is due to the minute particles of dust Mspended in the »tmo*ph«re. It Is not space U«lf which Is bine. 1. "Popular Fallacies." A. S. -E. Ackerma-nn. Z. "Encyclopedia Britannlca", 11th Edition. 3. Prof. John Tyndall, F.R.C. Get The Best AUTO Factory-trained mechanics using genuine parts are your assurance of dependable service when you brine your car to T. I, Seay Motor Co. ... on Main Street. Try nnr friendly wrvice next timeE T.I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer 121 E. Main Phone 2121 CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Stan up to' 36 in. Corrugated Metal Culverta 81m op U 84 In. A. H. WEBB Automatic Flood Gates C«n«ret« * Metal Septic Tank! Sewer Til. Bert rrtctm Wi Deliver Hlfkwty (I «t SUU Uiu Phone 714 felevision- Tonire, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis. Channel 4 MONDAY NIGHT, MAY 1Z 6:00 Paul Winchell 6:30 Howard Barlow 7:00 Oov. Browning 7:30 Robert Montgomery 8:30 Who Said That 9:00 Slim Rhodes 9:1>5 News 9:30 Strike It Rich 0:00 Wrestling 0:45 News 1:00 Man Against Crlm» 1:30 News 1:35 Sicii Oft TUESDAY, MAY U 8:-l5 Te.H Pattern 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Prolocue to Future 8:30 Breakfast Party 9:00 Mrs. U.S.A. 9:30 strike Tt Rich 10:00 Storvland 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 MorniiiR Mpciltation 11:00 Film Featurette 11:15 Garrv Moore 11:45 1st 100 Years 12:00 News 12:15 arm News 12:30 Homnmakers Program 1:00 nig Pavoff 1:30 Ralph Edwards 2:00 Kate Smith 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 Gabby Haves 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 News 4:05 Beauty Hint* 4:SO Film Featnrette 4:30 Snap Box Derby 5:00 Knkla. Fran & ollle 5:15 News fr?5 Weatherman 5:30 Dinah shoer 5:45 News Caravan 0:00 Milton Berle 7:00 Fireside Theatre 7:30 Circle Theatre 8:00 Amateur Hour 8:15 Tills Week In Sporl.i 9:00 Studio One 10:00 Dancerous Assignment 10:30 News 10:40 My Friend Trma 11:10 Crime Photographer llUfl News 11:45 SlRn CTf BELOWDECKS owTME^PACE PLATFORM, CHRIS OPEN&THE VALVES ON THE RE^EEVE OXy&EN TANK&. n MEANWHILE, AT TMEAUIN I LOCKg... APE you FELLOW* 5DRE ON EOF yai DIDN'T CARRY IN AN EXTRA LOAD 2 HOLD IT,MEN... JUOT EJEPORE /MCK PLAYED LITTLE TRKK, SOMEONE ON DKCtCl CkVUEHOW, MACK SMU66LEP BODV ON THE PLATFORM AND HE'S MERE NOW... SEARCH EVEEV INCH U ~ HO! HO! WHAT KIND OF A POOCH 13 THATF jJ /^ OLIVER SAYS ME'S'4 1 ' NEVER HEAffo OF YOU, EITHER! Lr. M. s>ii. u. 5. P 3 ' X'**"**** AlTas BosirWilling" l r He*e« McCloj dr»th- R*( P • r d I 1 • I.nvrrcnc fjilBf* whrH nnnlt !• dl>rit«*fn Dnirirn*** drMl>«. Rnitll Irnrn* trn Frank J,l*yd, F • r 4 I t •'• «nnc 1>«1 til* vlrl'K failicr Slrphrii l^aw rrvcw hi •ttffrrlBir from *• t* C n • blr dlB^Mft*. Bnill vnw Im r«lklit I* Poll^* fnnprclnr Fnjlr. who hn XVII «T THOUGHT h« might have kept some sort of record for big own convenience." explained Basil Willing. "There are a few references to *K. S.' but we can't even prove that means Kalherine Shaw More lik« i diary than anything else. E t^tLook (or yourself," Foyle i.dmit- 1 *-*t*d. It wsi a loose-leaf book filled with small, precise writing. There w»s only one page that Interested Basil. March 11—Contacted by K S M«rch 12—KuKEssled W.S- to K. S. *n<l K.S »Krte4. March 15—Ma<1« »rr*n*em«ntK for W.3. beginning March as March a _ K. S til sweated; wnnlt clocer eoruact- Bfkrch 31—K.3. ma,l« conlACt for m« April I. Set-up !• bad but too Int* to change April 3 was the day Duggan bad died. B*»« closed the book. "Could •W. S.' mean W. Shaw? William or Wilbur or Wilfred?" Foyle shook his head. "Brinsley Shaw is the only survivor. He has no other name." "A fellow detective of Duggan's?" "Every one who ever employed Duggiin says he never farmed out footwork to operators from other agencies. We've canvassed the agencies. They've no record ol his having done so. Perhaps W. S. was a lawyer." "Named William Shakespeare," suggested Samson. Basil lauehed. "Mr. W. S. of the sonnets? Perhap« there'i • Scottish Writer to the t-ignet ki this case! Like K. S., the letters W. S. are evidently th« Initials of somebody or something." Basil moved over to the window. The cat followed and sprang to the sill, fixing .nindless, yellow eyes on the yard below with the academic Interest of a well-fed pet. "Quiet here." "Yeah. Just a few children yelling after school. And some parrows squawking over bits of garbage. At night there are prob- ibly cats yowling, but not this one." He looked at the black fur. 'He's an indoor puss who never Innglcd with a rat or an alley cat in his life." Basil picked up a book ID the rough, dingy binding of the public ibrary. "Keats. . . . Odd choice for a man who had no books of his own except works on criminology. ..." T}R. ZIMMER'S office address was on Park Avenue but the door itself was around the corner Basil sat in a waiting room where the furnishings were severe, color less and businesslike until an el derly nurse summoned him V Zimmer's office. Zimmer smiled. "A good chance to discuss the Heiscnberg varia lion!" He offered a comfortabli armchair and cigaret*. "1 admi I was a little surprised when Sle phen Lawrence suggested thi consultation. I thought he wa satisfied with the progress 1 hav made, though I suppose treatmcn always seems slow to a layman "Lawrence seems lo feel that hi daughter is worse Instead of bet ler since coming to you. I toll him that often happens." "Of course." Zimmer was com posed and urbane. "We are bring ing the disease out into the ope in order to get rid of it. My dos sicr on Perdita I^awrence is m thi folder. Would you like lo read it? "Thank you, I would." Zimmer turned to other papers n the desk while Basil rend. The :cord was a monel of neatness nd thoroughness and :t told Basil >solutely nothing that he did not ready know or suspest about erdita. Her physical health was good, er intellect alert, tastes cultivated. ut she was emotionally unde- eloped for her age. looked up"at last to find Zimmer's alert blue eyes tudying him with interest. "So?" 'I see nothing wrong with your reatmont," said BasiL "My meth- xl might differ in detail. But w* x>th agree in principle that sub- onscious anxieties must be re- olved consciously and that ex- ernal pressures should be re- noved wherever that is practical." "I thought the Viennese school aid no allcntion to external pres- ures and concentrated on distort- ng the personality to fit any en- -ironment, however intolerable." Basil laughed. "1 don't belong > any school. Do you?" "My teacher was a Gestaltist — •oellter of Prague. As 1 grow older, I find myself modifying many of his ideas and borrowing others wherever I find them — even >om Vienna." Basil picked up the folder again and nipped th« pages until he came to the last one. "These dinners for patients and their families »re a new idea to me." Zimmer spoke earnestly. -1 earn more about a patient from one of those dinners than from hours of office visits. When Ihe orthodox Freudians made the pa- lient relax on a couch and Ihey induced an almost hypnotic state, All they saw was the passive. dream-side of his mind." "Sometimes you get amazing insight that way." "More amazing than reliable," insisted Zimmer. "I'd like to see her at my office some day this week. I don't expect my medical findings to be different 'r<yn yours.' 1 "Won't afi your findings be — medical?' 1 "How can Ihoy be In a case of this soil, involving murder as well as neurosis?" (T. Be Continued) V.HO1 STILL THWKIM© ; THiT &£, SHOT /ASOLKT THAT <=f LV CffOOK \S TI-MT] AKCHe!C FOCUS t 15 THZ6ATENNS) CAN'T • COLUMNIST AS/ULVSte AL PACIFIC {XPERT REPAIf REPAIR means EXTRA weort HflLT€RS JUflLITY SHOC SHOP 121 W. M « I N ST. FOAH DA.YS OF MITCH-H.IKIMS HOME TWO WELl, WltES SHOUT ] AT PAPA'S STATION. AN' Ml WAS O' VOUE COM. I PUZZLED BV A RiVDIO REPORT VOU 5TOPPEP \OF ^ CftR WRECK H6'p BEEM IM. M MM TALOM'S'.K COPS' WERf HUMTING HIS VOU KNOW / ^-^ — i DRIVAH! HW THEN H6 Vi!\5 TOO BU5V TO TAtK,..6UT AH OVAK HEAED WHM HE SAID TO VOU! HE W<XS LY11JS / W.I5TAH,..HE'D BEEM ALONf IK1 HIS . NOEODV WAIKEP WNAV FROW TH(XT> WRECK SUT WEU-^ffia 7%\ Y'Kr4OW,KX)ZY,I'M,/ WELL, I'M GLAD VOLrt! SORRY 1 IO5T /COMIN TVOIJK SENSE V HEAD AN' (AT LA5T...VOU-P BS MISTER KMOCK6D OH V MARION IF I HADN'T MARION r-^V ACTED FASTI OH, rtXINNO... AOR5E THINGS THAN THAT COULOA HAPPENED... I.... EH?WtlAT : STHI5? LOOKV ME QUICK! AREY'SUKE YOU'RE ALL RIGHT, YOU ARE MOT SICK? NAVV, I WAS JUST TH1NK1N 1 ABOUT WHAT A WHALE Of A V.OMAN THAT MARION is! BOYOBOY! \VHAT A LEFH WOW! (hat means Speedometer Repair! We upcrlsMT.e In giving 1-day service on sjxcdotnclor repair for rill make.* of CATS and trucks. Drive in tomorrow—we'll hflp you IIKIVK WITH CARE. T.I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Plymouth Dralcr 121 E. Main Phone Sir fkVBt "^Vk "\00 VlVJ OftVS. iU« A Qlil=i\VOt*=> '. (VkX My V\V t^WV MOW >

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