The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 9, 1956 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 9, 1956
Page 11
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BLTTHBTILU (ARK.) COURIER WBWf OUR HOARDING HOUSE — with M«}or Hvopk i uc= i uiicri c /\1'* ^J^T 6EEIJ POWOEU ItKE A MUSCLf-y V lklfi „ UQyi uu,-,! OUT OUR WAY AW 1 SPEAMM6 TbTUAT COOL KlTTErJ, SHAPYSIPE'S NUMBER. OME GLAMOR BOMB. COMMOrJLY KNOWN AS TME • GREAT INING POLL? IS TH IS THAT COOSOWT PIE—SNAZZY SQPAB AND PRIIAE PISEOff? Television - Tonight, Tomorrow - WMCT Chonnel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WREC - Channel 3 WMCT, Channel 5 Friday Night, Mar, 9 6:00 Wild Bill Hlckok 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Truth or Consequences V.3Q Life of Rlley 8:00 Blfe Story 8:30 Stories of Century 9:00 Sports 9:45 Confederates 10:00 Esso Reporter 10:15 Badge 714 10:45 Weather 10:50 In Memphis 11:00 Tonight 12:00 Sign OK Saturday, Mar, 18 C:00 News 8:15 Storytlme 8:30 Mr. Wizard 9:00 Children's Corner 9:30 Pinky Lee 10:00 Fury 10:30 Pride of S'land 11:00 Wlnchell At Mahoney 11:30 Cartoons 12:00 Slim Rhodes 12:30 Tales of West 1:30 square uance 2:00 Pro Basketball 4:00 Drama Thcatrn 4:30 Qulzz 'Em 5:00 Afternoon Movie 5:30 Father Knows 6:00 It's a Great Life 6:30 Big Surprise 7:00 Perry Corao 8:00 People Are Funny 8:30 Jimmy Durantc 9:00 George Gobel 9:30 Tour Hit Parade 10:90 City Detective 10:30 The Vise 11:00 Studio Wrestling 12:00 Sign Off WHBQ, Channel 13 Friday Night, Mar. 9 6:00 Little Rascals 6:25 You Know Why 6:30 Annie Oakley 7:00 Ozzle & Harriet . 7:30 Crossroads 8:00 Dollar A Second 8:30 Mobil Theatre 9:00 Confidential File 9:30 Foreign Intrigue 10:00 News 10:05 Weather 10:10 Sports iq:l5 Paul and Ford 10:20 Late Show 11:45 Weather Saturday, Mar. 16 9:00 Your Infromatlon 9:30 Christ Is Answer 10:00 Autry-Rogers 11:00 Andy's Gsng 11:30 Cartoon Capers 11:45 Tops 12:00 Saturday Show 3:00 Autry-Rogers 4:00 Buffalo Bill, Jr. 4:30 Sky King 5:00 Dance Party 8:15 Statesmen Quartet 6:30 Ozark Jubilee 8:00 L&wrence Welfc 9:00 Million $ Movie 10:30 Paul and Ford 10:35 ClfcMic Theatre WREC. Channel 1 Friday Night, Mar. fl 6:00 News-and Weather 6:15 Dougla* EcSwarde 6:30 My Friend FUcka 7:00 Mama 7;30 Our Miss Brooks 8:00 Crusader 8:30 Playhouse fl:QO The Lineup 9:30 Person to Person 10:00 Secret Files. USA 10:30 News and Weather 10:45 Late Moyle 12:15 Sign Off Saturday, Mar. 10 8:30 Captain Kangaroo 9:30 Wlnky Dink 10:00 Mighty Mouse 10:30 Texas Ranger; 11:00 The Big Top 12:00 The Lone Ranger 12:30 Captain Midnight 1:00 Western Theatre 2:00 NCAA Basketball 3:45 Sports Roundup 4:00 Early Movie 5:30 The Lucy' Shaw 5-00 LUe With Father 6:30 Beat the ClOcJc 7:00 Jackie Gleason 7:30 Stage Show 8:00 Two for Money 8:30 Ford Star Jubilee 10:00 Big Show 11:45 Sign Off Unexplained Crashes HOPIONSVILLE, Ky. Iff) — Can you imagine several heavy, concrete-mixing trucks charging into each other, then backing off and ramming, again? It happened at a PINKY LIE'S W*ath«rbird Shoat Fit Correctly. HEUER'S METAL BASE CABINETS concrete supply company garage., each other several times, then P* 1 ** Night prowlers drove the trucks out ed them back inside; police said, of the building, banged them into (Damage: $200; explanation: none. Help, Police! wei-UTOCLn .A LOWS SPLIMS <&D»«1 -JrE-HiSS U*mrr ;£££. < }*%& HE .u.-J 'SftSffi, TO HORN «J AMTELL 'EM HOW ITS DONE, WITHOUT / n^ZSrv tETTW <L«575* V HIMKUOWM COB* "If this is a ten-cent store, why do you want a quarter?" r*-^M T.M. R*C- u -*- FlL °* f$ »M, b» HE* StnlM. me 'I promised I'd show them our home movies but it didn't work this time—they're staying for dinner!" nor VEEVMUCH./KAKTHA .DOES CUNT STILL WNT YOU TO cav, WHAT Am r GOIN<? —«—* MABEY HIM? HE SAO ONLV THAT HE STILL LOVES ME. CLAY, WOULD IT Be FAII? TO CLOSE THE COOK OKI A MAM iW HIS CONDITION? AEENT LOVE AND AFFECTION AS IMfOeWITASDElteSANP ^~_ — • THEWFY7 GOWGTOASK A QUESTION THATIWAMT OTTO ASK CO YOU LOVE aNT FOT HIMSELEOE FOR HISRESSHBLAMCETO WELL, ON DAYS WHEN I'M NAUGHTY.. ..MY POP WAVES IT) ., BEHIND ME A C FEW TIMES.- For aches, »«ln», «rts, bmists, bmriu, colds, beadachn, bites and itingi. trj Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment Anilable at yo«r farorUe drug conntw C. G. SMITH PRODUCTS CO. Centrally Located For Easy Shopping £ £ Cot, ei'lon oLenef HI-WAY DRUG We Give Top Value Stamps Fre»Ht B«l««, R««. Fharmaclat * Mp. Charlw Bnx M*in at Division Pho 2-2019 XXX "RIGHT this way, Doctor," the •heriH said, motioning toward the black car. "I'll be glad to drive you to Doc Jarrett's office." He pointed a flnger at Horace, who was still sitting on the grass, and said sternly, "You stay here and keep an eye on things." The sheriff turned and smiled, showing his yellow teeth, bowed jlightly and almost fawned on Dr. Van Horn. "Get right in. Doctor." "I'll take him," I said shortly. •You stay here with Horace." I paused a secondhand then added, "Are we friends again? Can I trust you?" F«'s lean, evil old face took on a hurt expression. "Trust me?" he asked incredulously. "Why, «». you know I'm the law around here. I'm sorry I maybe caused a little ruckus this evening, but this here digging up of Frank wasn t legal and I had to do my duty. But after I heard what the doctor said about Frank being cut up •nd all, why, I saw right away that there was something — uh— irregular going on, and I want to cooperate." He flapped a skinny hand and the lines of his face .hifted into a smug righteous expression. "I been upholding law and order in this county tot H yC I gazed at him and suddenly »nd oddly I thought of my childhood, so many years ago, and of "Treasure Island," and of Long John Silver. "All right," I sold. "You take us to D'r. Jarrett." x He hurried to the car, but before he opened the door he turned carefully to look at me, and at the gun I still held in my hand. "Okay," I «W, and dropped the gun into my Inside- coal ran Horn went to his car and returned with a black leather oaf. "Habit," h« Mid wryly to m« w tit climbed Into tin tack »Mt. I lot la bMld* him. The sheriff switched .on the lights. "We'll try his office first," He said. "If he ain't there, we'll go to the Inn. Since Alice died, he 3gured on leaving town. But we'll catch him, I think." • • • THERE were plenty of legal parking spaces available, but the sheriff angled to the curb and stopped beside a fire hydrant. Van Horn and I followed him across the sidewalk and up a stairway beside the drugstore entrance. On the second floor we emerged into a wide lighted corridor faced with rows of frosted glass doors bearing the names of various enterprises. Dr. Jarrett's office was the last one on our right, beside a door to a flre escape. We walked in, the sheriff in front, and stood in > small waiting room containing a half dozen wooden chairs, a table bearing the usual worn magazines, two pedestal ash trays, a worn brown carpet. The door opened. and Lucy Corn stepped out. Dr, Jarrett was right behind her. They both stopped and stared at us. Lucy's eyes were red-rimmed and her small f«ce was pale. Dr. Jarrett was pale, too, and his expression was grim. Hi* gaie moved Irom the sheriff to Van Horn to me. 'Well," he said quietly, "this is quite a delegation—the county sheriff, a state-paid meddler and I gentleman unknown to me." He paused, and his .thin lips twisted in faint bitterness. "More patients than I've had for a week." "Doc," the iherlfl said, chew- Ing the cigar nervously, "we—uh —want to talk with you a little." He nodded at me. "From what you said, I take it you know Mr. Bennett?" "Wt've'mtt," Dr, Jarrett Mid shortly. Or. Van Horn and 1 lot to out feet at the same time. I said, "Dr. Jarrett. this is Dr. Van Horn, at the Industrial Welfare Commis- It seemed to me that Dr. Jarrett's eyes held a startled look. Then he stepped forward and shook hands with Van Horn and said stiffly, "I've heard of you, of course, Doctor." The sheriff said, "Uh—Doc, they started to do the autopsy on Frank Osborn, and—" "Autopsy?" Dr. Jarrett swung toward him. "You told me ft wasn't scheduled until tomorrow." The sheriff's little reddish eye* wavered uncertainly. I said, "Dr. Van Horn's schedule wa» changed." Dr. Jarrett ignored me and spoke to the sheriff. "Abner, I don't understand this." •I couldn't help it," the sheriff said in a whining voice. "They had Frank dug up when I heard about it, and—and I couldn't stop . 'em." His evil old eyes shifted to me for a second, a fleeting look of pure hate, and yet tempered with « sad reproach, and he looked again at Dr. Jarrett "Then I found out there wit something, wall, peculiar, about Frank—the shape he was in—and I had to do my duty." His voice took on t pleading note. "Thii is nothing personal, Doc, honest, just a matter of principle and—' DR. JARRETT Jtopped him with a motion ol nil bsnd and turned to Dr. Van Horn. "I suppose you merely caflie here to tell me that my diagnosis of coronary occlusion was correct?" "We do not know," Van Horn said in his heavy guttural voic*. "You don't know?" Dr. Jar- rctt's voice was incredulou*. "What do you mean? The maa had a definite history of heart disease and all the »ymptom» were typical, even when death occurred. The siUcwis had nothing to do with it—he would hav« lived a long time with that. The last x-rays showed that the lesions were healing. Slllcoili doesn't cause death like that." 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