The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 20, 1952
Page 11
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IY, MAT SO, 1952 (ARK.) NEWS HOUSE — wt* M**or V*»J64 SO H6 COJLIS 056 fHtlK 6KULL^ FOR 8COK- ENDS.WE COULD 0«A Political Announcements Subject to Preferential Election July 29, 1952 For County Jurige GENE BRADLF.Y PHILLIP J. DEEM I. D, SIIEDD Fnr Circuit Cli:rk GERALDINE LISTON For Stale Simillur SEN LEE BEARDEN HENRY K. HOYT For Stale Kep. KENNETH S. SULCER Fur Post No. 1 SPRING PLANTING SEEDS Oals, Alfalfa, l.cspedezii. Clovers, Soybeans and St'oti Corn; See us before you buy BiyHievillo Soybean Corp. Phone GS.'.li - 1800'West Main PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores FARM LOANS You Can Pay ANY AMOUNT at ANYTIME from farm r'ncomo without penalty Thit Ftiniotii FARM INCOME PRIVILEGE it uritten into your note when von hare *i lonnfrom TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 21.'{ Walnut Phone 2381 Mortgage Loans of All Kinds OUT OUR WAY PAGE EI.EVtf •y J. R. WMMmt FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS "I'm afraid my father is about to go bankrupt—I've earned to much baby-sitting I'm no longer a dependent!" The U.S. steel industry used a record 105 million tons of coal in 1051. BEAUTIFUL CUT STONE HOME Open for inspection, Sunday 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. Sliown by appointment during week days 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths $30,000 This lovely home is duality throughout. Beautiful U-shajnd kitchen, lifetime Geneva cabinets with all the accessories including Kitchen-Aide Dishwasher. Dining mom, spadoni living room mtli marble and mirror fireplace. The 3 bedrooms have larc« H-.i)k-in cedar lined closels. Bolh the baths have colored figures SlornKC-plus in large lloorcd .-itlic. Large terrace in back with bar- liect.e pit. Van will like this spacious HO i 125 ft. landscaped lot llon't fail to investicatc the sturdiness ond choice material! uscil in construction of this home. Con get Sl.i.OOO loan for 20 years at 57,. will take in smaller jiousc on trade. See or call JOHNNY MARR, REALTOR Office I'hone -11.11 Res. Phone 2596 Get The Best Factory-trained mechanics uslnj genuine parts are your assurance of dependable service when you bring jour car to T. 1. Seay Mu- lor Co. ... on Main Street. Try our friendly service i«xt lime! T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrjsler-PljK 121 E. Mam *<h Dealer Phone 'i Hfl LT€RS )UflLITY'SHOe SHOP tl W. M P I IS) ST. 1 .-mil li I i ii ,1 K:,i ". Uotl, ,lr:lth* OL- lion ttlih .-i i!i, ln ,. r 1C f>t :tr. Xlmmi-r IrnrtccJ ihr Slrphrw I, IMTInjr hi halation of relief, down in silence. XXIV an hour Basil Willing came out ol the room and shut the door. Pcrdita sat on the top *step of the stair, eyes questioning. He nodded ami heard her soft ex- They went She brought coffee from the kitchenette to the tahle before the fireplace. "You saved his life." "No. You saved his life." She looked at him stonily "You're trying to make me feel •comfortable-. Bui I shall never fee! comfortable again." "Why no!?" She turned away. "I can't help feelin? it wns my fault somehow." "Tell me what happened before you railed. You both dincri at Dr. Zirnmcr's?" Her startled eyes searched hi face. "How did you know?" "Miss Dean told me the Frida, dinners were being resumed. We they all there — the Yorkes. t Cannings. Brinsley Shaw and NT Dean. Dr. 7. i m m e r and AI, Mann?" "Yes." "Did anything happen out of t] ordinary?" "No. Father seemed just usual." "Wasn't he excited? Gay? Som' <4hing like that?" •i "A little, when we got hon |But no more than he would he naturally after a good dinner with cocktails and wine. He went up to bed and 1 slaycd alone reading a book. I heard a crash overhead that sounded as if he'd fallen and I ran upstairs. He was unconscious on the floor beside his bed. I managed to drtg him up [into the bed and iried to revive him with spirits o[ ammonia. He didn't slir. There have been limes, this last year, when I thought I wanted the end \f> come quickly tor his snke. Bulnvhen I saw him lying so still, so fnr beyond my re.ich. it reemed'nll wrong. I tried to set our. owi) clorlor, but he was out. Then I palled you." "f5 Iherc s history of weak hearts in As she 1 mund Yj I've eve "Justl "The moment I saw your father tonight, I k-now- he'd been poisoned with some opium derivative. I suspect codeine because I know he had codeine in his possession. JacJc Duggan died of codeine poisoning after meeting the same group of peopic you met at Dr. 7-immer's tonighl. The coincidence s more lhan curious." ur family?" I at him, the answer "You're thinking of [spell I had at fiosa- Its the first time • anything like that." i is the matter with lips moved. For a \ sound caine. Then • Basil expected bones," she added here's no hope. By |rlors found out it -ray treatment." 'Tonight your why he shouM recover. 1 told ling happened to this you would JeuiU all through' It was for the courage to f. it's up to you rver recrets it. lurago as great Ver." fre white. "1 15." my enemies?" since liasiL d. "Father's from any- en. Why do like that:" leaned back wearily in her chair and closed her eves. "Coincidences do happen. Father's been taking codeine for a month." "So had Miss Shaw." Her eyes opened in a flash ol rvar. "You mean . . ." "If it were not for DuggarTs denth. I should assume [hnt what happened tonight was either accident or allcmpled suicide. Hut I can't reconcile that with Dtiggnn's death. Can you?" "I—don't know anything about Duggan." "Has your father any properly that you or anvone else "-ill inherit?" She shook her head. "M <.o property." "iN'ow I'm going to ask you something that may seem irrelevant: What did Rosamund Yorke mean when she told you about two monlli,* ago. 'You will notice oniy one thing out of the ordinary there —a certain number of us never speak of the future?'" "She—I . . ." I'crdila pushed hci hair back from her forehead. "I'm so tired. 1 cnrrt ihink. ?.c( me talk to you some other time Dr Willing. Please." A shrill note sounded four times in a monotone, thru ascended half the scale and emled in a throaty chuckle. 7'hc trill was repeated, echoed. A dozen other treble notes joined the invisible? chorus utilil the world seemed full of rippling, fluttering found, half chatter, half song, with a dash of whistle. Outdoors, the sun-worshiping birds were hailing the first inti- nation of dawn. Basil looked st her directly. "Did you give your father an over- close of codeine? And then change your mind, as many mercy-killers do, when he seemed to be dying?" "No." (T. Be Television- Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Cliiinnel 4 TKIESDAV NIC.1IT, MAY 20 6:00 7:00 V.-30 8:00 8:45 9:00 !0:m> 10:30 10:40 11:10 Milton Bcrlc Fireside Theatre Circle Then t re Amateur Hour Tins Week in Sports Studio One Dangerous Assicnment News My Friend Irma Crime Photographer THIS? WHY, THI_ IS TH' SOME OF III TH' COLD PORK CHOP LIKE TO .Set WHAT NDt/IS CO WITH A SAM'WICH. Eft. WITH TH . , SAN'WICH VOU '/ <3IMM6--AN'DOKrT THINK I'M COMMA EAT 7H' BREAC3 -I THAT'S AROUKIP _ _ , v ,, '-^••^ij^liti' ^C^^<^\ '"XX' 1 .--^- Benefit by Rending and Using Couri«r N«wi Classified Adi ....I DON'l 70 PIF.i PON I WAN I 10 RULE THE WOP-LD PLATFOEA1 rtOEK REIV/IVC>T6i.L THEM TO P£4KM CARLYLE! HAVEN'T [ TOLD VOU A HUNDRED TIMES'? MCVER LEAVE A JOB ' \Tl_LL IT'S WELL, THEN. / WHAT DID YOUR V_ MOTHER ASK V jYOU TO 00? •SHE ASKED ME TO PUT AWAY THE GARDEN TOOLS , VOU LEFT (.HERE LA-3T/ .- v -t Mlr^-l_J>-» J ^ AL, BUT WHO'S SOWS -- L ° M o* ft '* W ' T G ° ME IONS ENOU GH i OUGHT* TURN ,,5O WE'RE LOOKIUSY GOliScK TE|, ; FOft A. SWML BOW? \ MILE. TURN TURNING OFF THE /SOUrH HIGHWAY. WE MU5rVE/6IS BtiRH IKE, WISSEP IT IW THE- yiRUCK USE HIM 57 DARK. , "A SOMETIME. SJR^EST ^^AN %° K ( ** "^ * )' 5 ]°° rBho - Bur,^' J -" lu=s? -s? / \ ELL POVj YEP TSK TSK I \ 1 * I^ TH \k6HF /TOLD THAT FELLER L V^GOES.'/ HE WAS A r-^fei - * H\SD=OML L0i K f- 3 BO'r'AIN T TH * > FINA FOAM '-\ ,•!•//• \\ OM1H' f r}^y/ \\ HOUSE.' L m? »;Krn ; i'V 11:45 Sign off WEDNESDAY, MAY>2L 6:45 Test Pattern 7:00 Today 7:26 Ne«-s 7:30 Todny 7:55 News 8:00 Prologue to Future 8:30 Party 9:00 Mrs. U.s A 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Storyland 10:15 Love of Ijfe 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Morning Meditation 11:00 Film Feat,urctto 11:15 Oarrv Moore 11:45 1st 100 Yean 12:00 News 12:15 Farm Ne»s 12:30 HomcmukerB Program 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Johnny Dugan 2:00 Kale Smith 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:"1 News 4 .)5 Berl Olswanger 4:30 Space Cadets 4:45 Hfiiloons. 5:00 ICukla, Fran & ollie 5:15 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Those- Two 5:45. News Caravan 0:00 Kate Smith 7..-00 Television Theatre 8:00 Your Prize Story 8:,10 Electric Theatre 9':00 Wednesday Theatre 9:30 Boston Blackie 10:00 Meet the Champ 10:30 News 10:-10 Rocky King 11:10 Crime Photographer 11:40 News 11 :M Sign Off Although (he Netherlands Is gov- micrt from the Hague. Amsterdam is the official capital. AKKA.VSAS I'AINT * OI.ASS CO 105 K. Main Phone 2272 FOR THE BUY OF YOUR LIFE- See Us About OVERHAULING YOUR ENGINE Blythcville Motor Co. Phone 1122 CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Si^fs up to 36 In Onrrupalcd Mflal Culvert* Kii«r- ap U H4 In, A. H. WEBB Automatic rioo4 Concrete A Metal Septic Tank« Seiier Tlfe BeM Prltci \V« Deliver Hijhuay SI at St>l« I,In, Thone "li

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