The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 10, 1956 · Page 7
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Durante 9:00 Qeorge Gobel 9:30 Tour Hit Parad* 10:00 fjlty Detftctife 10:30 Tb« Vile 11:00 Studio Wrwtlin* 13:00 Slfn Off funds;, Mar. 11 1:55 N«w» 10:00 The Pastor 10:15 Industry 10:10 Big Picture 10:53 Senator Qort 11:00 The Christophers 11:30 This 1« The Life 12:00 American TDruna 12:30 Kaleidoscope 11:45 Blackwood Brer.. 1:00 Tour Future 1:30 "RlcBatd IH" 4:30 Captain Gallant 1:00 Loni John SllTer S:M Boy Rogers 6:00 Eddy Arnold 6:30 Frontier 7:00 Comedy Hour 8:00 TV Playhouse 9:00 Douglas Fairbanks 9:30 High-way Patrol 10:00 Loretta Touug 10:30 Justice 11:00 Hollywood MotU 12:00 Sign Oil Monday, Mar It t-.M Meditation 7:00 Today ,7:15 Weathar 7:30 Today 7:55 Today In Memphis 8:00 Today 1:25 News 8:30 Today 8:55 News & Weather 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Storyland 9:45 The Cathy show 10:00 Home Show 11:00 Irnle Ford 11:30 Feather Tour Hat 12:00 Mid-South Today 11:15 TV Movie Matinee 1:15 Modern Romances 1:30 Homemakers 1:45 Date With Lire 1:00 Matinee Theatre 3:00 Channel 5 Theatre 3:30 Queen for a Day 4:00 PlnKy Lee 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Adventure Theater 5:25 Wrestling 1'vlew 5:30 Interesting Person 5:40 GirtoonK 5:55 Weather «:00 Captain Z-RO 6:30 Gordon MacRae 6:45 News car&vsn 7:00 Caesar's Hour • 8:00 Medic 8:30 Bob Montgomery 9:30 The Turning Point 10:00 Esso Reporter 10:15 Mystery Theatre 10:45 Little Show 11:00 Tonight IS .00 Sign OH WHBQ. Channel 13 Saturday Night, Mar. 10 6:30 Ozarlc Jubilee 8:00 Lawrence Welle 0:00 Million $ Movl« 10:30 Paul and Ford 10:35 Classic Theatre' Sunday, Mar. 11 1:30 Your Information 2:00 BiB* Matinee 3:30 Frees conference 4:00 Super ClrcUB 5:00 judge Bean 5:30 Bin Tin Tin 6:00 Kit Carson 6:30 Film Festival 8:30 Ted Mack 9:00 The Big Picture 9:30 Silver screen 11:00 Paul and Ford" Monday, Mar. 12 8:45 Naws & weather 9:00 Romper Room 10:00 This Is Hollywood 11:15 Hair Styles 11:30 Stu Erwln 12:00 Weather 12:05 News 12:15 Lunchtlme 1:00 Miss America 2:00 Flint Festival . 4:00 Autry-Rogers 5:00 Mickey Mouse 6:00 Little Rascals 6:30 Topper 6:25'You Know Why 7:00 TV Readers Digest 7:30 Voice ot Firestone 8:00 Ramar 8:30 ABC Film TEA 9:00 The Pendulum 9:30 Foreign Intrigue' 10:00 News 10:05 Weather 10:10 Paul and Ford 10:15 Late Show 11 -Ai Weather WREC. Channel 3 Saturday Night, Mar. 10 6:00 Life With Father 6:30 Beat the Clock 7:00 Jackie Qleason 7:30 Stage Show 8:00 Two for Money 8:30 Ford Star Jubilee 10:00 Big Show 11:45 Sign Off Sunday, Mar. 11 9:00 Lamp My Feet 9:30 Look Up and Live 10:00 Bye on New York 10:30 camera Three 11:00 Let'l Take a Trip 11:30 Wild Bill Hlckok 12:00 Range Rider 12:30 Welcome to Hartford 1:00 Christian science 1:15 News Roundup 1:30 Adventure 2:00 Face the Nation 2:30 Sunday News 3:00 Front How Center 4:00 Omnibus 5:30 You Are There 6:00 Lassie 6:30 Jack Benny 7:00 Ed Sullivan show 8:00 GE Theatre 8:30 Alfred Hitchcock 9:00 Adventure 9:30 What's My Line 10:00 Big Town 10:30 Fabian 11:00 Sign Off Monday, Mar. It «:55 Program News 7:00 Good Momlnf 8:00 Captain Kangaroo S:00 Garry Moore 9:30 Arthur Godfrey 10:30 strike It Rich 11:00 Valiant Lady 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12:00 Jack Faar Show 12:30 Love Story 1:00 Robert «. Lewis 1:30 House Party 2:00 The Bis Payoff 2:30 Bob Crosby Show 3:00 The Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Early Movie 5:30 Sheena 6:00 News and eWather «:15 Douglaa Edwards 6:30 Robin Hood 7:00 Burns and Allen 7:30 Talent Scouts 8:00 I Love Lucy 8:30 December Bride 9:00 studio One J0:00 Star and Story 10:30 News and weather 10:45 Late Movie 12:15 Sign Off Bird Song OOUX5BOBO, H.C. (/P>—Vi»itor« at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis Jr., here (ometimes think they are hearing things. The sweet «ong of a mocking bird floats about METAL BASI CAIIHETS Reg. $36 1 vmiu« i SHfhttr Dam»f«l the living room as if the bird were in the room. Favorite song perch of a mocking bird is the chimney on the Lewis' house. As he sings the music is piped cfown the chimney and Into the living room. Centrally Located For Easy Shopping Kevf on T J fJ.en.ei HI-WAY DRUG We Give Top Value Stamps Fre«Ui lUMer, Kei. Pharmacist * Mir. Charles Brae*". «™ a Main »t Dirision Phone 2-2019 Jusfa Corpse at Twilight XXXI LUCY DORN was standing bj -the door, where I had seen her move a few moments earlier. "Dick," she said distinctly, "I'm leaving. I'm lorry." Dr. Jarrett was still gazing at Van Horn and seemed not to have heard her, but 1 smiled faintly and nodded. She ignored me and gazed at Dr. Jarrett When he stil! refused to notice her, she said, "Goodby. Dick." Her lips were trembling. "Goodby," Dr. Jarrett said coldly, still watching Van Horn. The closing of the door behind her made a small sharp sound in the silence. Van Horn gazed brooding!* at Dr. Jarrett and said heavily, "W« are not questioning your professional ability, Doctor. It U a question of ethici. You see, it was impossible to confirm or deny your diagnosis of the cause of Mr. Osborn's death, because the body had ben opened before burial and the vital organs removed, all but the brain. What can you tell us about this?" Dr. Jarrett raid coldly, "Tfou • are not making mis*, Doctor, it you will pardon m*. Ple*se explain." V . . Van Rom Hftod hh thick shoulders and sighed again. "I bad hoped you would do that" "Met I merely pronounced tbemuoesid. There wu no rea- •on f or an autopsy. It there bad been toe (Ughteat doubt la my mind I would moat certainly ban ordered- an autopsy. I am coroner of this county, and that is within my power, but—" Dr. Van Horn Mopped him with a lifted hand. Then you did net know that the body kid been optma? "Certainly Mi," Or- *•**« wrtl," .?•.' ••« *U quietly, "We will accept your word-let Use tceeent. rkrwerer, I must ask you not to leave this area until this business is explained. As chief pathologist for the Welfare Commission I have the authority, in cases of this kind where there may be criminal intent, to enroll the assistance of law enforcement officers —if I deem it necessary." "Criminal intent? I—I don't understand. ."'. "Neither do we," Van Horn said dryly, "but we hope to." • • * • DR. JARRETT said, almost desperately, "But I can't stay here any longer. I'm closing my office. I have an appointment in Pittsburgh tomorrow. 1 ' He spread his hands quickly. "TWs is—fantastic." Van Horn gazed at him with sad brooding eyes. Then he said gently, "You can't run away from yourself, Doctor, or from the—no offense intended—the inadequacies within yourself. Unless you overcome them, they will be with you wherever you are." "Whafre 1 you talking about?" Dr. Jarrett asked harshly. "You," Vati Horn said in the s*me gentle voice. "When I was given the file on this case and instructed lo do the autopsy on Mr. Oibora, I followed my usual practice of securing as much background as possible, particularly regarding the diagnosing physician. I have seen your medical school and internship record, Doctor; I know that you barely passed your state board examination. In school' you failed in diagnostic analysis and had to be tutored in that branch of medicine before you received your de- free. I know that this in the third community in which you have set up general practice. In a small community, even in the large ones, % doctor cannot afford to make too many mistakes—thit |s> obvious one*." Van Horn smiled faint!/ at hit own grim joke, and went -on. "You have made several mistakes, obvious ones. But we all make mistakes, and a mistake is not a crime. But it is criminal for a • medical man to make a mistake and then refuse to acknowledge it, especially when a patient's life may- be at stake. Stubbornness and conceit and arrogance are grave faults in a physician. He should be humble, be- dause people place their lives in his hands. He should be constantly seeking knowledge, and be big enough in his heart and in his mind and in his soul to acknowledge his weaknesses and to try and correct them. A doctor should have heart and humility—^above hi* skill and training.' Many have it, others do not Those who do not should admit their fault and, if they cannot :orrect it, enter other useful lelds—into research, for example, where they are needed. Above all they should not remain in work where their personalities blind them to logic." • • • DR. JARRETTS ey« shifted from Van Horn's steady yet kindly gaze, and when he spoke his voice trembled slightly. "That— that was quite a speech, Doctor.* He tried to make it sarcastic, but to me it was rather pitiful. For just a second I bad the queer feeling that I was looking at Dr. Jarrett'c soul, and I suddenly felt faintly sorry for him. '1 dislike to make speeches,' Van Horn said. "I have made far too many in my time. But I made this one for a good reason; would you care to tell us now that you removed the organs from Mr. Osborn's body, probably with the knowledge and cooperation of the mortician involved, to that no one could ever prove that your diagnosis of Mr. Osborn's death was wrong? Was it because there was a doubt In your mind and you Know that if you had been wrong, and If it were made public in this small community, it would ruin your already shaky practice here? Is that why you went to such unethical lengthi?" "No, no." Dr. Jarrett'i tact was the color of Icrd. (Tt *e Bufford Shoe Shop Expert Shoe Repair Good Shoes at Good Prices 112 S. Broadway Point Closeout Many Tr*« An* Ccton i Price Hubbard Hardware ROTHROCK DRUG STORE Remember in for prescriptions EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware PIMM Z-2»li RADIATOR WORK • Boiitd Our • Repaired • Flo Tested ,• Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS SW OL Lake Are. Ph. «-«iil WE'VE GOT IT! 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