The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 16, 1952
Page 11
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MAT 18, I9S2 OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hoopl. >, SIR/YOU VJHA.Ck60 ,_„_ e,M ON THAT FIRE HYDRANT/ ARE you INSURED ? MY DOS -SEEMS TO HA*JE SALLOPfiD OFP WITH YOUR LUNCH/ CO^E, WE'LL PURSUE HIM/ CRO&S<5/\TES WASN'T DOWN. 1 IT A PASSENQER OR A FAST FREIGHT f Political Announcements Subject " ' Preferential July 20. 1S52 Election For County Judge GENE BRADLEY PHILLIP J. DEER I. D. SHEDD For Circuit Clerk GERALDINE LISTON For State Senator SEN LEE BEARDEN HENRY K. HOYT Fnr State Kpp. KENNETH S. SULCER For Posl No. 2 SPRING PLANTING SEEDS Oats, Alfalfa, I.espedeza. Clovers, Soybeans and Seed Corn. See us before you buy. Blytheville Soybean Corp. Phone 68n6 - 1800 West Main PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stuck Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores FARM LOANS You Con Pay ANYAMOUNT at ANYTIME from {arm incomi* without penalty This famnfM FARM INCOME PRIVILEGE it written into your note when von l\<tre. a Inan from TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 213 Walnut Phone 2381 Mortgage Loans of AJ) Kinds FINA FOAM the Xpwly- "^finevcloiitd Bubble ^VJBatl. (or Fine "uhrics, Kugs and ., JpfioMery does m §s p e e i! y f n n m cleaning Job. ARKANSAS PAINT i GLASS CO. 105 E. Main f'lione 2272 FOR THE BUY OF YOUR LIFE- See Us About OVERHAULING YOUR ENGINE Blytheville Motor Co. I'hiinc 4422 BLi (AKX.). COUKIER NEWS accept a vacation job, how soon could I oxnect advancement to an executive position?" It Is thought that Chubb Crater Northwestern Q\iebec was caused V a giant meteorite crashing into the earth possibly from 30 to 150 centuries ago. ~ ^ ^ ^ ^F^ ^^ ^ State Certified Blue Tog D&PL 15 COTTON SEED Germination. Delinted & Treated . CALL Glen Cook T\ f I T * T> ry Get The Best AUTO REPAIRING Factory-trained mechanics uslnc genuine parts are your assurance of dependable service when you bring your car to T. I. Seay Motor Co. ... on Main Slreet. Try our friendly strvice next lime! T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrjslw- Plymouth UeiJer 121 E. Main Phone 2m H-flLT€RS (unuTY SHOG SHOP ! 1*1 W. MO IN ST. . « r 'M h lh« r C, Cbnrli.Kr rnrj. MMIUI XXI JT was Brinsley Shjuv who wished to chanse the subject now. "By the way. I have an invitation for you. \Ve arc both invited to dine Friday at Dr. Zimmer's." VCharlotte Dean was surprised t^/Thal is very kind of Dr. Zinimcr and Mrs. Mann. I hope you will ( lhank them for me, but 1 really :rnust decline." "Why?" He looked at her di- recUy, annoyed. -Because Greta, wrote lo me instead of vou? Thaf was only natural, ) think." Charlotte was a little rattled by his inimical stare. "I Ihink ... I mean . . . Miss Shaw's been dead only a few weeks. I should rather not go out to dine anywhere and especially at Dr. Zimmer's, where there arc unhappy associations" "You're old fashioned. Aunt Kay herself wouldn't want us to be so ..." He sought a word. "Morbid." "You think- so?" "I'm sure of it. And I'm going to accept Zimmtr's invitation. /Jimmor is on a spot. If his patients don't slick by him, it will cause talk an will ruin his practice. I owe him a lot. He's nearly cured me. you know, and I was in a pretty bad way. I'd like to help him. After all, nobody at Zimmer's that evening had anything to do with that detective jwho died so suddenly and, i/ we all hang together, we'll make the police realize it." * • * plIAHLOTTF. dropped her eyelids Ilor high, clear voice lost its usual steadiness. "You and I were at Dr. Zimmer's that evening and wo hat! something to do with DnS'jan. because it was Miss Shaw, your aunt and my employer who err.ploycd him." Brinsiey gn-iicd. "You don't mean to say you actually uelicve !tb:i< co-. 1 !; yc:l t!'.:ory of the coos • lha: Aunt K^y ra:i e /.ployed D<,.££an to come to Zimmer's that nil!'-'.?" C' -"loUr rememberer! thai Dr. Wi'Jfcg had said she n'.ii^i not lell anyone about the slip of paper signed "J. Bush." "I don't know." "lie ynjir age. Chariot!:!" It was Die first time lirinslcy had (fro'pcd the "Miss Dean" that Knthcrine Shaw insisted upon. "The police are up a tree. so. to save face, they make up all sorts of nonsensical theories with nothing to j>o on. I knew Aunt Kay belter than you did and I can't visualize her having anything to '!o with a private detective. Are you coming with me to Zimmer's Friday nv'M or not?" "I should like to tt',nx it over." "All righ: r.ct me know when. you decide." lie rose, bundling letters and newspapers together. '7f anyone phones me after II, I'm lunching at the club and T won't be home until dinner time." He went out of the room, leaving a thick silence behind him. After a moment, Charlotte rang for Mary. "We're all through and Mr. £haw won't be here (or luncheon." Charlotte went out fnto the iny garden walled with skyscrapers, a flower bed at the bol- tc:n of a well, ft was the first time she and Brinslcy had dis- . issed Miss Shaw's death since the police had been there. His attitude disturbed her profoundly. \vhat dirl he know? Were the liepplewiiile chairs a bribe? Why j should Brinsley care whether she went to dinner with him or not? Charlotte sat alone in the garden until the clock struck 11. Only as she re-entered the house did she realize that she'd been waiting for Brinsley to leave—that she didn't want to be in the same house with him any longer than she could help. CUE went to the telephone. "Dr ^ Willing? This is Charlotte Dean. Something has happened and I want to consult you about it. Dr. Ziirimcr is resuming the series of dinners for his pa!>"nts and their families Brinslcy Shaw is going and I've been invited to TO with him. He wants me to accept. Ir '--•; he is ma';,r!-» qitile a point of it. Do you think I should?" There was silence at the nlhej on;l of the line for a momenl Then: "Have you repeated anything about our discovery in the cellir to anyone? Anyone at all?' The calm voice was reafsurinV Charlotte's own vtfre o re w steadier. "Of course not. I promised 1 wouldn't." "Then I know of no reason why it would he dangerous for you to go—if that is -'hat you're asking me." "ft is. I must confess that 1 am frightened a little." "Then perhaps I'm not the person you slionlcl ask " "Why not?" "I s) ould like very much to hear from an eye-wilncss what thai dinner is like. If you went you might be kind enough to tell me about it afterward." "Oh. Dr. Willing, if you think I coulri help you by going. . ." 'I do. lint ] must remind you of what I said a moment ago. I'knnw of no reason why it would be dangerous. . . . There may be so-nc reason that I know nothing about '' "I'll take that risk." "I'm not asking you to do so It's something that ><ni must decide for youisiOf. IU-ilcr Ihink it over for a day or ?o." "Oh, no. I've decided. And thank you, Dr. Willing, f or E j v j np me a chance to help. I was very fond of Miss Sh.nw." <Te B« Continued) OUTOUR WAY By J. R. William, AND HIS FRIENDS — SLIMGSHOT HP'S > T6STIW OUT. THAT'LL THROW AM OVERRIPE TOMATO OR A PIECE OF Wf;T I1E AT OL 1 FATS UP THERE, WHILE HE AIN'T AROOMP ID GET . - '•CJUiuy MEANT "V THE BOY GEKIIUS Benefit by Reading and Using Courier Classified Ads yon-tee Bt.UFr.iii6,WELKIN! IF VOlfD PESTKOyotlR/llR.' '• IJtlST FOUND THE . MAYBE NOT BLUFFING! AWW OH cnn~y. ..YEAH WGLKIW WOK.Kf.r- MM OVER. AND KE 6ETTO6/1IB. PUrXIFIEfJ. WHEN ARE , vou GOING TO HAVE THE BIG " WITH MR. AND MRS. TONES^ WHO ARE THEY \PRISCILLA? ' MOM -SAID vou BOUGHT A NEW CAR TO KEEP UP WITH THE JONESESi OHO/THE STUTTEtriMei AGAIN/\S'H AT YOU TMIWK OP MV T WAIT A MINUTE/ IV& GOT AN IFEA/ PAKE C-C-CALt YOU. YOU'LL HAVE TO P'rv'C7 AW !MTEKU-,vhM- \T5 NE6.KLV DARK,BUT IFVOIJ'EE DEftD S6TOW LOOKWfOR TUSBS I'LL DKIUE YOU A5 FAR OIO TH' HIGHWAY Us. TM.OM HAD TIME- YOU MENTIONED SELLING AM ftIK TO TALOKJ PO YOU KNOW HE WAMTEP IT... OR WHERE He KEEPS IT? WO. BUT IT^ TH OWLV WAV TO Q= AROUW W MOST OF TH' GLADES 'MKES UP TO MIUS PER 1M ,\ COUPLE INCHES 0' <?UICK£K THE BETTER' OH,YOU'LL f AU EIGHT, I'M TH' ONE 1 Dcl , TIIEV'LL SHOOT ON SIGHT.' EUT j AS I.OMtiAS IVEA UKt-(\TH I CAT! CONU'.OL.THEY'LL NOT MGO7 llf) OU1A THIO WLVV AOrtWTft , TO VOO-YOO'KE COMVMG OP Television- Tonite, Tomorrow WiMCT, Memphis. Channel FIUDAY NIGHT, MAY 16 6:110 Dennis Day 6:110 We the People 7:00 Big storv 7:30 Aldrich Family 8:00 Cavalcade of Sports 8:45 Bill Day 9:00 Around the Town 9:30 Big Picture 10:00 Charlie Wild 10:30 News 10:40 Lights Out 11:10 Playhouse of stars 11:40 News 11:45 Sign Off SATUKDAY, MAY 8:30 Test Pattern 8:45 News 8:55 Morning Meditation 9:00 Kids & Co 9:30 Survival !0:00 Big Top 11:00 Western 12:00 News 12:15 Film Featurette 12:30 Super Circus 1:30 Film Feature 2:30 CBC Band 3:00 Preakness Hace 3:30 Rootle Kazootie 4:00 Quiz 'Em 4:30 Sky King 5:00 TV Teen Club 5:30 The Lone Ranger 6:00 All Star Revue 7:00 Show of Shows 8:30 Your Hit Parade 9:00 Ole Am. Barn Dance 9:30 Wrestling 10:30 News 10:35 C. A. Preview 10:45 Ken Murray U:« News 11:55 Sign Off Some of the oldest checks In the United states are now in the Chase National Bank collection. They were signed by a Dutch merchant and were dated March, and September, 1664, FOR SALE Concrete eilTerli, IZ Inch lo 49 inch. pl»in or reenforced. Also Concrete BuilJIng i;lock<t cheaper than Ivmber (or barns, chicken hoBses, p«mp houses, tenant houses, tool sheds. We deliver Call us for free estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Free Picture Of Ycur Calch Just hrfng your Mrine of fish in our store and we'll take a picture for you any limt until 0:01 I'.M. No charge- nl all. CJnncl lurk to you on vrmr fishins Barney's Drug ' IIEADQI'ARTKRS 200fi W. Main Phone .1617 CONCRETE CULVERT TILE SI/ps up In 3d In ('nrnijjated Metal Culverts Si7f--. up 1« 84 tn. A. H. WEBB Alltom.lllr tlnnd CiMe, Concrete A Mrl;,l Setltlc Tanks Srwrr Tile BfM Trices w» Deliver Ilichway fil at Slate I,l n « Plune 114

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