The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 26, 1952
Page 11
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KOITOAT, MAT », OUK BOARDING HOUSI — wiH, M«j DlDNiT GET THE FOUL 6RAPPtet> WITH THIS BURLY 'TOSSED THE SAS OP TO TWISTED THe THLSG'5 (SUNOGTOF - HIS HArOD 8V JIT6O. AWD HICKEYTCH.D ME VMHEM TU6 MAJOR FOJWD OOTTHESOY, WAS A , He < PASSED our So coco THEV MAD 1O PICK KIM OP WITH EVERY TIMS T6LL6 IT HE'S PUTT1M6 WHIPPED CREAM AMD A CHERRY OM TOP.' XT TNAf HFU. HftVt 6ULLET Politico! Announcements •»><"> w Pr*<«KDtul KfeeUm Mr M, 1«S» GEWE BRADLEY PHtUJP J. DEER X. D. 8KKDD <?} F»r ClrevH Cl.rk •WALDINE L.ISTON F«r SUta ScMtor B»K. LEE BEARDEK HENRY K. HOYT Wnj,IAM H. (BIIJ,) WYATT Tor BtaU «*,. MJNNETH S. SOLCEH For Post No. 2 Climate Is Ordered By President How NEW YORK Wj—Tlie President can order his own indoor weather In the White House. An elaborate Indoor climate control Installed by Minneapolis-Honeywell Co. provides automatic control through more than 100 thermostats. Through a master control panel one technician can change the t*m- peratur* In »ny room, regulate the live Itn .ysterns, adju»t the refrigerator machinery or the hot air dampen. FOR SALE ^ftfc(&.. v r? COtmrER NEWS OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS (Ss^i^ ••rt.ri., u C»K H fc, OSCEOLA TJLI t CULVERT CO. BUY LIFE- FOR THE OF YOUR SM Ui Ak*ut OVERHAULING YOUR ENGINE Blyrh«vil)« Motor Co. Buy ioMrance U HI j.»«r needs — not j«»i » poUc; or w>, tat a motplete ]«-Ofr«m- Th«t ta the 0«r »re «i jmi r Men Are Not Naturally B«U«- Mechanic* Than Women to. (from tas( week) ---A ' (Proof Next Week) "h.nlcil AWiitT T«U, iie hy the Unlr. of MlnntxioU Pr«« In ISM. ihera mre "n« MX dif- s In mechartcal a every other game my wife tells me how to play!" The southern ptnf h- 1 " • and Eastern North Carolina. Get The Best mechinfo o«tn r genuine parts »re your assurance of depeniiable ftrrlce when JOK brlnr T«»r «r to T. I. Seaj Mo- t«r «;•. ... .1, M»ln Street. Try w fr»o»i*l y senrlcc next time! T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. FYPFRT SHOf CArCnl RFPAII REPAIR j ffnntd hy cmlrlnc. ],.( nof r^liTnV ! A elN« l*nri* Iln.JI IVJIT/nK-, wli* XXIX :J^ASn, W I L LING'S footfall: were loud as he walked to ward 3 door on the top floor in the rear wall labeled 4-C. j-f The light was so dirn he had to ^iK'nt a malch. He sa ••„ ,, --- - ;; >w plaster walls, yellowed, nicked, veined with crack*. The brass on the door knob was dented and tarnished He tried the knob. The door was locked. He tried Oilman's spare key in the lock. Tl turned smoothly ns if there were oil inside. He pushed the door open His heart jumped as he saw something huddled on the floor in one corner. But it was only a heap of blanket*. There wa? nothing within four bare walls except the blankets and one window. It was a sash window without a shade or c'lrtnin. Rasil crossed the floor lo look out. A rusty iron fire-escape of the oldest type zig- z-iErgod past the dusty pane. Through a gap in the railing of the fire-escape, he looked down diagonally upon a patch nl green turf and a crumbling slone basin where v*iler glinted—a bird hath He unlatched the window and raued the sash hoping to see more clearly below, but the window was too small, the fire escape too obstructive. Suddenly he was aware of 3 stir and chill « n the air a dimming o( the light. He lifted his eyes and looked over the fire- escape, Window panes at hous«sl on «b. other «M« of fh, (,!„<. flashed vilh a reflection like fire light. Beyond his range ot vision (he sun was setting. Somewhere the chirp of a spar row sounded—« drowsy trill like trickle of walcr. But the familia sound was as far away as the dis lanl rumble of Ironic. Here, wher liasil sliiod, the world secmei locked in a sullen, eiichantci stillness and Ihe twilight scene be low him wa« voiceless as- an up parition. The pntch of turf wa thick and unusually green. Worm would teed there nnd seeds woul< drift in on the wind, but Ihe walci n the slone basin was stagnan ind no bird sang. closed the window am hurried to the door. !fe mils eave Ihe house before darkness ell. Already it was almost nigh in the rickety stair. He groped l,i< vay cautiously down the firs flight. Then he had to light more matches. Once he paused. A floor loard creaking below? Who could ell in a house like this? On Ihe ground door it was ui- crly dark. He'd used up his •natches. He fell his way along he wall to the front door and pened it, A woman cried out. He vas looking directly into the eyes f Perdila Lawrence. "Dr. Wilting! You—you startled ne. I thought that house was con- emned." "It is." He .closed (he door with- ut further explanation. She was standing beside the obbler's shop. She look a siep ackwnrd as he advanced. He loke. "I didn't expect to see you any norc than you expected to see me." "I—was just passing. I happened be in the neighborhood." Was it Ihe weak light from the reel lamp at the corner that made er lace so pallid? Her eyea were Me and blank, a* if she'were no nger aware of him. "I'm afraid I'll have to ask you it what you wert doing in this HflLTCRS QL-flLITY SHO€ SHOP neighborhood." he went on. "Whom you came to sec. And why." "No." Hor voice was as color* as her /ace. "Nr>. I can't tell you. I can't tell anyone, ever." She turned her back and ran inw the roadway. The truck was just coming around the corner. Tliere was time for her lo slop. But she didn't She ran toward it. He was quicker than she. A thrust of his shoulder knocked her slight body out of Ihe truck's p,ith inlo the guller. The truck missed him by inches. He fell its, draught igaiiisl his face like a gusl of wind. Then he saw that she was lying null. Her head had struck the curb. gASIT* came downstairs from Ihe emergency ward and crossed he corridor to the receiving desk near the great glass doors that led 11 the ambulance porle-cochere. Stephen Lawrence looked up Hu face seemed shriveled and parched. Basil shook his head. "Still ( , n - •onsclous." Lawrence put one arm on the back of his chair and buried his ace againsl it. Basil looked at his watch. "Thiry-five minutes all logelhor JVot oo alarming. And the X-rays'don't how any fracture." He touched -awrence's shoulder tightly You'll spend the night here? I an get you a room near hers " "Thank you. I'd like to." "I must get back lo Pcrdila I romise to lei you know at once there's any change." A small car careened to a ston nder the porle-coehcre beyond he glass doors. The policeman on uty protested. "Hey, wail a min . te! There were several voices id enough to penetrate the glass ne rose above all the others' 3ut I'm not an ordinary' reporter' m Frank I.loyd. I know the girl! ou've got to lei me in!" I.loyd crashed through the doors archeaded, coat swinging loose om his shoulders, 'Stephen! Is she —going to vo? "Ask Dr, Willing." "I don't know," said Basil. She s unconscious now." (To H< Continued) Tefevision- Tonife, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channe! 4 MONDAY NIGHT, MAY 26 6:00 Paul Wincbell 6:30 Howard Barlow 1:00 Mama I.'.IO Robert Montgcinicrr 8:30 Who Si,ld That 9:00 Slim Rhodes 9:25 News 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 News 11:00 Man Against Crime 11:30 News 11:35 Sian Off TUESDAY, MAY 2T 6-A6, Pattern 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 3:00 Prolgue to Future 8:30 Breakfast Party 9:00 Mrs. U.S.A. 9:30 .Strike It Rich 10:00 Storyland 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Morning Meditation 11:00 Fashion Insurance 11:15 Garry Moore 11:45 1st 100 Years 12.00 News 12:15 Farm New« 12:30 Homemakcrs Program i :t» Big Payoff 1:30 Ralph Edwards 2:00 Knte Smith 3:00 Hawkins Palls 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 News 4:05 Berl Olswnngcr 4:30 Film Featuretta 4:45 Soap Box Derby 5:00 Kukla, Fran &'oill8 5:15 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Dinah Shore 5:45 News Caravan r>:00 Milton Berle 7:00 Fireside Theatre 7:30 Circle The.itrc B:00 Amateur Hour 8:45 This Week in Sjvuls 9:00 Studio One 0:00 Dangerous A,ssfgnrne 0:30 News 0:40 My Friend Trma 1:10 Crime Photographer 1 :40 News 1:45 Sign Off FAUM LOANS You Can Pay ANYAMOUNT at ANYTIME from farm in com* without penalty This Ftimottt FARM INCOME PRIVILEGE i« irrlllfii intti y,,ur note trhen \ou liurr n tnnn from TERRY Abstract & Realty Co 213 Walnut i'hone 2381 Mortgage Loans of All Kintis PRESCRIPTIONS fresh Stock Gu»r»nt«td B«st Price* Kifby Drug Stores CONCRETE CULVERT TILE . 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