The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 19, 1952
Page 11
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WOWTJAT, WAT 19, 1952 OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major H<w»U OtUY CHARACTER v")6 GOT HERE. CAPTAIN KEKR.' u 6 SAYS ICEHOUSE HARCY TRIPPED <P>JeR HI TDOS'S LEASH-"-THEM , THE c>os geAT IT WITH " WXRRVB BOMDLB OF ' "~ SWAG MOW DO YOU T CAPTAIri KEB.... MY WORD/ WMATS ALL THI6 IDLB ' • BALDERDASH ?.~ I ASSUMED *\Y DOS SAM&OKS " , MERELY TROTTED, t AWAV V^TH A CONTAIN) WG •the CHftP'5 , LUNCH' ; LUNCH ? ^ WHEBE'S L, -MAT DOS. (MI6TER? WE LAMMED ', U\ITH*?5,C)00 WORTH CK^ JEVJ6LG/ ' THAT MAKES VOu OI-1& ^MORE LWK It-JTlAB LMOT A LUNCH STICKUP- Poiifical Announcements Subject to PretercMiual Election July 20, 1052 : ' For County .luilso GENE BRADLEY PHILLIP J. DEER I. D. SHEDD For Circuit Clerk GERALDIKE L1STON Fur Slate Senator SEN LEE BEARDEN HENRY K. HOYT For State Kep. KENNETH S. SULCER For Post No. 2 SPRING PLANTING SEEDS Oats, Alfalfa, Lcspcdeza, Clovers, Soybeans and Seed Corn. See us before you buy. Blyfheville Soybean Corp. Phone 6856 - 1800 West Mala PRESCRIPTIONS I'Ycsh Slock Guaranteed Ucsl 1'rices Kirby Drug Stores FARM LOANS Yoi< fern Pay •'. at ANYTIME from farm in com* without penalty Thit Fatnout FARM INCOME PRIVILEGE u written into your note when yon liarr n Inttn from TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 213 Walnut phone 2381 Mortgage Loans of All Kinds /tiKNOTJUriMULLV UTTM MKMANKl WOMEN/ (Proof Next Week) The most Important part of vour automobile is t!,e INSURANCE! NO matter how well you drive, you can't depend on the other fellow. See us befort ,„, ta tttr heavy loss! . . Elephants Are Not Afraid Of Mice (from last week) The director of the National Zoological Park and Ihe curator of mammals at the New York Zoological Park report elephant show no fear of mice. 1. "Popular Questions Answered" . . . Geo. W. Stimpsotu GlENCO HOTEL SLOG. BWTHEVIUE, ARH.-«lnt4360 BT/rTHEVTTJ,*! (AKK.) COUJURR NEWS PAGE Er.EVTTrf FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS One thousand Rolls-Royce Jet engines arc to <K supplied from Britain to power 500 twin-motor U.S.- type trainers Jor the Royal Canadian Air Force. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OPEN THE DODR ME'S GOT rr SAD, yX&W?: IT ».' tve f BEAE. TD WATCH iaai ^ n WHV MOTHERS GET GRAY Benefit by Reading and Using Courier News Classified Ads you'll stay at that piano till What would people say you learn at least one piece! if 1 gave up 30 easily?" NOBOD/CAN LIVI : HERE WITHOUT AIR, VVr-LKIN.BUTVOD'LL HIM yoijp. , ! VOU BOTH CAN rue RAP Rl/A/E REPEAT'J WITH THE AIE/ RUNE? YIPE /jr'sweuw! »-~ I.IVK.DOUOTIIIN6 AND we BOTH DIEv BUT I'LL •STILL WIUl Television- Tonite, Tomorrow ooi j'r -SHOOT! HE*; OUKOWLy CHANCE,' WAIC'T, Alemphis. Chnnnel -4 WHEN HE DOS5~A SMART THING LIKE J I'l t ~ SHOULD/SAY} DEAR, 00 YOU KNOW i OLIVER'S BRINGING YOU YOUR t PAPER.' HE CAM COWTACT you AMI? you CAM co,v\ .UUMICATE I'LL PAY you J=OKTY A PAY. <300t7/ WE'LL SETTLE- TH>= PETAILft ,«T LUWCH AT THC THE U'AV I L00« AT IT, IEI5, V THI5 AKCH=R FOCUS IS -TOO \ FAWSEiZQUS TOUIV6--SVEN J ONE MOKE VAV/ ^ _ </ \) IT'S LIKE THIS, FLINT. THE HEAT'S OM ANP -VV TIPffT&S CANT FHONB . 1VATCHEP. J •iOUTOACTAS A Get The Best AUTO Factorj'-tniined mechanics uslni tenuinc parts are your assurance of dependable service when you bring jour car to T. I. Scay Mo- Inr Co. . . on Main Street. Try our friendly service next lime! T. i. SEAY MOTOR CO. E. Main ti Dealer Phone EXPERT REPAIR tneons fXJKA Hfll_T€RS JUflLITY SHOC SHOP] <Z I W. M « I N ST.' Tlin STOHYi Jnck TI,, BK ,,, pr.intc ilrtrrtlvr \,t,a |, n j ,,' llnlnK llnsll U'lllltl,;'* Tmmc nuirdcrril nnO >I | * , Kntl,,.'-i. | Sh:»Tv Ulr» umlrr mrhtrrlmn r | rTiniHtnnro. rolloolnK « rltrtn pnrt,- n) th f i, olr ,^ ,, r „ ^---fc, trUt, Ilr. /.lnn,,cr. In » of n Ur n ,h,, Ilr. -/.In,,,,,, archil.. "„ , HiriHe the irfldf^riiii;* n,,,| ii n , n»k. Ill,, ( hnrlnllr llonn to n trnjr.1 Ihr- Oinnrr \vl[h hrr r"ll". Prriihrn I.nT»rl-nn.. INTlllln 1 h | „ | hr r nihor r. ,1 j I „ c „_,. "' ..llMll <o e,imo ,^l nnrc XXIII ^A GATE blockod .in archwny be- tivccrt two npartmcnt buildings on Barrow. Street. Light from a street lamp showed .1 niimhcr over the arch it^u. T h e cate was unlocked. Beyond Basil u.found a creat court wallwl with <VJpartir.ent buildinRs on four sides Ho crossed nnsstoncs and pulled an old-fashioned bell rope Footfalls clattered clown a short stair The door was jerked open Perdita. eyes wild in a pale fr.ce. "Thnnk God you've come Tiiis wny." n a «l had a siviit fmnrcssion of low ceiling, a v.-ide, deep fireplace, nncven floor boards (is he followed her up a narrow 5 t ai r. She plunqed throu-h a hallway equally narrow to a ,l<wr. Xo-.v they we're in an a..ic b:c.rr-.:n witli sV-pin, Wal1s r,-,d another 1'cnlits rnufcJ a; the foot of an army cot. J Here ,irc ro many more things I v;r,v.lcd /o say to l,i m . , n ' afk t..m . . . Ihc cry was lorn from :i r. .,i;\v. I shan't he able to ,.y.~T't V !-» :<I ' a rcali * c il would be '•••r a --.mcnt, Ha.'il thought ho v.vs loo late. Then explorin" fin•; /tr-e found a ;h. ' -' . -,i , IVMlita oobhcd. "He seemed' all C,'. 0 ,"' w ,; cn wc lc ' 1 Dr - Zimmer's, "Later. Bring nic dry muslnrd ;lukewarm water, start a pot of strong coffee." PerdiM hurn'ed away. Basil look a hypodermic ovit ol his bag. After a moment Lawrence's eyelids fluttered. Basil put an arm around his shoulders and pulied him up in the bed. "You must make an elTorL You must keep awake." Lawrence looked at Basil with bleared eyr.s. "Why?" "For your daughter's sake." "Are you sure she wouldn't be happier—if I were gone?" "1( you go lU;e this, she'll be tortured by a sense of failure and gilill all the rest of her life." • • * ^AWRENCE looked inlo Basil's eyes for what seemed a long lime. Actually it roust have been no more than 30 seconds. Lawrence sighed and closed his eyes 'Clever. The one thing—thai would make me go on." 'Of cour.«e, il takes more cour- •>SC lo live than die," answered Basil. "Hut you have courage." The eyes opened again. "What f I did this myself?" "I didn't hear a word ot thai " led nasil as Perdila came back with muslard and waler. Lawrence began to mutter fn- cohcrcnlly lo himself. "Should be Kind . . . dispatch himself f ur _ Ihcr suffering . . . f rce sc lf prison . . . rark . . . torture. Pc'r- dita. The lost one. Lost. Wandering in Limbo. All supposed to know cac-!i other. Rosamund. Ros- amundi. Ho^c of the World 'Hclie Dame Sans Mcrci.' No. Not Keats Coleridge. " 'Is Death that woman's male? Her lips were red, her looks were free, Her locks were yellow as gold Her skin was while as leprosv The N'ightmare-Lifc-m-Death was she.'" Horror lilted Perdita's eyes. She Basil looked at her keenly. "I wonder . . ." After the second vomiting, Basil sent Perdita for the coffee. "Take a cup yourself." he told her. "You look ghastly." "Never mind me." "Doctor's orders. I can't have you collapsing while I'm busy with him." . She obeyed. Lawrence sipped cnlToc slowly. His lips became less blue. "Now you must walk " s-iid Basil. "Walk?" Lawrence blinked drowsily. "I'll hold you up. but you must make the effort yourself." "I'm sleepy." "That is why you must walk." MONDAY NIGHT, MAY 19 6:00 Paul Winch.cll 6:30 Howard Barlow 7:00 7:30 Robert Montgomery 8:30 Who Said That 9:00 Slim Rhodes 9:25 News 9:30 Strike It nich 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 Ne\vs 11:00 Man Against Crime 11:30 News H:3 r , Slim Off TUESDAY, MAY 20 6:45 Test Pattern 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Prologue lo Future 3:30 Breakfast Party 3:00 Mrs. U.S.A. 0:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Story-land 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Morning Meditation 11:00 Film Featurelte 11:15 Garry Moore 11:45 1st 100 Years 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Homemakers Program 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Ralph Edwards 2:00 Kate Smith 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 Onbby Hayes 3.30 Howdy Doody 4:00 News 4:05 Berl Olswanpcr 4:30 Film Fcatiirette 4:45 Soap Box Derby 5:00 Kllkla, Pran & Ollic 5:15 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Dinah Shore 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Milton Berle 7:00 Fireside Theatre 7:30 Circle Theatre 8:00 Amateur Hour 8:45 This Wrck in Sports 9:00 Studio One 10:00 Dangerous Assignment 10:30 News 10:40 My Friend Irmn 11:10 Crime Photographer 11:40 News 11:45 Sign Off Ml. Dora, Pla., Is one of the most recent communities to install electric garbage disposers on a town- wide scale. Ninety per cent of the houses are connected to seplfc tanks and the new disposers grind waste into small particles tor quick assimilation In the tanks. leaned heavily on Rasil, shuffled over to the window, back to the bed. Perdita watched, eyes wide tearless, bright. "Can't I help?" Basil looked at her. "You're not strong cnoutjli. Physically or mentally. Better leave us." She went out. With a sinh. Lawrence on the ci!?e ot'lhc bed "You can't rest yet." "I'm so tired." Basil slnppecl his face smartly • Astonishment opened I .vv- rcn«;s eyes. An?.- r brought'him If> his feet. Then he smiled. Thanks." They bcqan to walk again. "Where is yr.ur hnlllc of codeine pills?" Basil asked him. "The br,thiv-.,ui." Lawrence stumbled as they crossed the Ixxtroom. In the bathroom, he stretched a shaking hand toward a bottle on a glass shelf The hollle crashed to the lil-d floor, splintered in shreds. Lawrence stumbled again, caught the washsland lo steady himself, trampling the pills. ' IT* Be Continued] FINA FOAM ARKANSAS PAIS'T A GLASS CO. 105 E. .Main Phone 22Ti FOR THE BUY OF YOUR LIFE- See Us About OVERHAULING YOUR ENGINE Blytheville Motor Co. t'lione 4422 CONCRETE CULVERT TILE up (n 3f> in Metal Culvert* Si/pr. ap ta 8( (n. A. H. WEBB Aulom.lltc Flood (iates Concrete i. Mrtil Srpllc T»nVs Sr.wrr Tile Best Prices \vt Deliver Illghwa; Bl at Slate 1.1 M Phone 714 HOLY SMOKE, V WE'Rg 2.5 I^RE MUST EE / VAE5 FtO*\ TH MILUOWS OP ROAD, KftRL. ViW ACRES B^CK IN \ MOT BUMP OFF HERE WirHOUr \ Ttll5 LltTLf ALIWIWSOUL! \ PUNK NOW? THERE'S KOSODY /" ' TO SKIS ME'. ' AFTER. Ei THRU THE TRACKLESS WILDERNESS CA\ON ir^ AN' ) V,-'.VCM ,%\E --S r ~*w * 3 t * -* v i»s*3*iafcT*' A j<n \C\ ^^m^

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