The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1953 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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THURSDAY, MAT «, 1988 BLJTHif ILL1 (AMC.r OUVHIM FAOE 'I'Hlft'l'JBBN OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major HoopU FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS OUT OUR WAY CON\E QUICKLY,' I FOLLOWED INSTRUcflOMS/ WHWS MOKEi THIS IS =/ OH, THIS" WHV, WHEN TH 1 BOYS 60IWTO ,-rHey ALWAYS EVEBVeOPV'S MAIL OUT--SO I WAS JTUST LOOKING TO SEE IF, 1 SOT ALL THE MAIL OUT.' OH, I LOOKINS TO SEE IF YOU &OT ALL THE ccwBove OUT; A ^TVJfsSft J[M*3dR ( ' encK-f vou'Re ;% DON'T UP/ AA-AWK/ASCORE V&U'RE > I <W*. THUSS/J ) FBSL I') FALL I'LL //FAIfJTV)(|NYaiR- I'U" ^ l "™"~"' ' • Slew WHERE f FOR. CALLING- US, MR' 6UNSEN ' WE-KMEV/ YOU'D COWf THROU6H/ iVfe'LLTAKE *I,OOO CASH NOW —AMD JUST SiSN j. WELUMSTON SIMS OM ,-ftUS 50-50 ROYAL-TYCOM TI?ACT/-~ WE'RE REALLY PAYING YOU A TOPpejICe FOR MAMASINS TC> SELL "THE MMOR'S V 5IL6WT SERVANT j AS AM AUTOMATIC FIRE EXTINGUISHER' ...IMS" SENSATIONAL BREWJKIG IM THE WORLD FLOWERS,' WOW/ THAT HAS IT// TWISLL MAKH , PROM HISTORY' MR-' BUNSEN. YOU'LL HAVE CUE HIGH SCHOOL TRADE-HOOK, LIME AND SINKER; OPEIvl A WINDOW = THE'SAME DIFFERENCE _. mi t, ClViLIZEP /MEN PONT N A1AKS OUT IN THOSE I knew it! They're bringing back that suitcase they borrowed when they visited us last summer!" IT OUT VH.LA&5. HE'LL •SHOW UR OF P6OPLB VVHO UOCJi HERE/WELKIN. BUT IF KENT PIP •SQMETHIN6-- I'LL SAY TUEYVE MET/ I'D GIVE 4 LOT TO FIND OUT HOW WELL THEY KNOW EACH OTHER/ OH, MY, WHAT i PITY/ OR. ROGERS SHOULD INTRODUCE YOU TO SOME OF OUR YOUNS FOLKS...YOU KNOW HIM, I BELIEVE 7 TUELM4, WI44T DID SHE MEAN BY THAT REMARK ABOUT DR. ROSEB3 7 rM A WIDOW, MISS FINCH...MY SON AND I IRE ALONE. WELL... AM.. YES, WE'VE MET... S...AH...IS TOUR IIUS WITH IDU, MRS. WAYNE ? WARNING ORDER In the Circuit Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. W. M. Burns, Plaintiff vs . No. 4600 Mrs. B. M. Prince, Defendant The defendant, Mrs. B. M. Prince, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, W. M. Burns. Dated this 6th day of May, 1953. Geraldine Listen, Clerk P. C. Douglas, attorney. "Fill -that shaker with. Morton, f riend- WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS" iodized or plain FOR RENT MOVIE CAMERAS and PROJECTORS All New Kodak Equipment Offered in a Large Selection BARNEYS DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Phone 3647 Paris and Supplies ... for All Cars, .Trucks and Tractors WHOLESALE $16 North Broadway Phone 4511 and 4512 TV Service-Center NEIL ROSS Trained Technician lor radio and television repair, industrial electronics, and basic radio en- Sinecring. For Service Dial SYLVANIA Radio-TV Sales & Service CBS-COLUMBIA Electronic Lab 110,W. Walnut Ph. 2441 — Nile G076 Television— Ton ire, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Channel 5 THURSDAY NIGHT, MAY 21 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 9:45 9:55 10:00 10:30 11:05 11:30 11:50 12:00 Groucho Marx Unexpected Dragnet Theatre Martin Kane Arthur Godfrey My Little Margie News Reporter Tonight in Sports Weather Playhouse of Stars Allan Young Club Embassy Quick as n Plash News Sign Off FRIDAY, MAY 2Z THE n O A K. U IN plm- THE STOIlYl John Muni who In Tiie ilnrcin, a mrm figure on tile allle ol IfHT ni (t.-r, bHIrvfH thnl [tciwriTnl innla lir:idcii by Wilfrid Fr.nncr nrr nttemnlliis tn kill Gloria I.itl 1, djiUKliIrr of th.- Intr Lord f'liilili Utluim. wlunc rrrcnl drnth s«»y nlfm Imvr hccn murder. Mrn«- vrhilr. .ll.'iiinrrlnir ctiierfi* aid from Srolliinil Vnrd. St-rKcnol Ktlwjird n'orlT i» <•!> "r,"ir« lo°".l'llion, Iliill, nllniK wl(h Mnry Scot), trlirt ill 1 ") f« an cxiirrl nnil \vtio ivorkj. for !tf:tnnoriiiK. Thrj Ililnk It clue mnr lie En Hie Lllliom Illirnrr. • . • • XV11 A N old man appeared in the doorway. Gray, unshaven, wearing a patched Norfolk jacket, corduroy breeches and a pair of igailered boots, he looked as dry as a piece of sun-cured leather. There iwere crinkly lines at his mouth jand eyes, and those eyes were blue •and keen. "Morning," he greeted. "Good morning," said Longley. "Could we have a cup of coffee?" "Aye, gladly," said the old man "And biscuits?" Longley looked at Mary. "I am rather hungry," said Mary. They had nearly finished, and he was looking at his wristwatch ostentatiously, when they heard a dog growling. The note was so fierce that it startled them, and they looked around. Longley had a nervousness of dogs which always annoyed him but which he couldn't overcome. This one seemed to be on the far side of the fence. Then they heard a fresh sound; a cat, scolding and spitting. There was a sudden flurry, and they saw in slecK, black torn streak across the garden. The dog rushed after it, Mary clutched Longley's arm. It was a great, shaggy beast, a grayish or dirty white; long logs cleared the hedge in a bound and ,11 racoo after the'cat, which sprang up one of the apple trees. As the dog stood barking furiously and prancing around the trunk of the tree, the old man came hurrying Anthony Morton ttSHT Itil tf IQHH CltlSlY ' DISTtllUTtO IT HIA J/IYyCf. WC. at a shuffling run. "Leo—Leo! Come here."" He drew level with Mary and Longley, and said in an aside: "Leo hates cats, but you needn't fear him. Leo." The dog still pranced. He had a thick leather collar, which the old man grabbed. The dog howled as he was dragged away. He was taken into the house, and the back door closed on him. *> Longley said: "What a brute!" "The ugliest dog I've seen tor a long time," said Mary. 'Something not so good about that one," said Longley. "1 say, we ought to be moving! We've lingered rather too long." Mary jumped up. "1 oughtn't to have made you stay." The old man had obviously been Watching from the cottage, and came out. He showed a disposition to talk, and asked them where they were heading. Longley saw no reason why he shouldn't tell him, and said that they were going to Lithom Hall, to work in the library. The old man's eyes lighted up. "Are you, then. Come you'll see my boy." "Your boy?" Longley looked puzzled. "Aye, my son Abel," said the old man, "He's a groom at Lithom Hall. That is, he looks after the horses," he added, as If they might not be familiar with the word groom. "Been there since he was a boy, rising 13." Longley said: "I .suppose so. We must be on our way; how much do I owe you?" He paid the bill, and the old man came and waved as they went off—and they saw the shaggy dog in the window of the front room at the cottage, looking at them with its nose pressed close to the glass. * • • • • M ANNERING sat down In «n easy chair, leaned back, and studied the intricate plaster-work of the ceiling. There was rrystory about the Earl of Lithom. Why had he turned his back on his career and retired into obscurity shortly before his death? Then the door opened, and Wir- ral announced Inspector Gadden of the St. Maiden police. Mannering liked the local detective's calm, brown face; his shrewd and friendly gray eyes; his rather ponderous manner and deep voice, and the fact that he didn't complain, even dryly, of being left out in the cold. "Now do you really think what happened to you is connected with the trouble here?" asked Gadden. "Yes." "Then it's a great pity," said Gadden. "Of course, I knew that Lady Gloria had ideas about what had happened to her father. Mr. Mannering. This seems to suggest that she wasn't so wrong as we thought" Mannering nodded. "And I can't say that I'm sorry," said Gadden. "I never could catch on to Lord Lilhom falling oft his horse and breaking -,his neck— wonderful horseman, his loroship. Can you tell me anything else?" "A little," said Mannering. • * • rprTE telling took more than halt an hour, and when Mannering had finished, Gadden asked: Did Mannering think that this new doctor wanted to kidnap Lady Gloria? Mannering said: "Yes." "And how are you going to handle this Dr, Halsted?" asked Gadden. "The question should be, how v are you going to handle him?" said Mannering mildly. Gadden smiled; he had big; white teeth and a strong, square }aw, and when he smiled he looked as yourig aj the 30-year-old Wilkinson. "Well, Mr. Mannering," he said. "I saw the Chief Constable this morning, and he agrees that we should ask Scotland Yard to handle this business for us, it they will. And Superintendent Bristow has a lot of confidence In you, 1 will say that." (To Be Continued) 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 Hews 8:00 Ding Dong School 8:30 Prologue to Future 9:00 TV Shopper 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Beth Marsh 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Arthur Godfrey 11:00 Storyland 11:15 Guiding Light 11:30 Garry Moore 12:00 Meditations 12:10 News 12:20 Farm News ^ 12:30 Homcmakers Program 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Welcome Travelers 2:00 Kate Smith 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Bcrl Olswanger 4:30 Industry On Parade 4:45 Hartoons 5:00 Flicker Comics 5:15 Hews 5:25 Weather 5:30 Eddie Fisher 5:45 Hews Caravan 6:00 Dennis Day 6:30 Life of Riley 7:00 Big Story 7:30 Hopalong Cassidy 8:00 Cavalcade of Sports 8:45 Greatest Fights 9:00 The Doctor 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Tonight in Sports 9:55 Weather 10:00 Names the Same 10:30 City Hospital 11:00 Hews 11:05 Red Buttons 11:35 Anywhere USA 12:05 News 12:10 Sign Off Guaranteed Watch Repair $3.50 Special Your watch Is disassembled, cleaned, pivots polished and hair-spring ad- lusted. 3 Day Service Thompson (Credit JEWELER Next Door to Wade Font. APPLIANCES WALPOLE ELECTRIC - 115 8. 2nd Ph. 3371 Emergency Ph. 4641 « t5M —Closed Sat. Afternoon*— ..AND WHEN HE WAS DONE HE TOLD ME TO EAT PLENTY OF ICE CREAM ii IT'S LIKE WHEN VOUR TONSILS WERE BAD! DIDN'T THE DOCTOR DO SOMETHING? WHEN YOUR MANNERS ARE ! I'VE SOT TO METMINe I DIDN'T IVAMT TO •SPANK YOU, PRISCILLA 6OOP THING THERE WAS SOWS A PRIVATE EYE! HIS HUNPR6P PUCKS WOULPN'T BE FOR INFORMATION YOU SAVE OR WERE GOING TO GIVE HlfA, WOUU7 IT, HARRIET? LIKE I ALWAYS 6AY, THE ONIY THIN& FUNNIER THAN A HOT FOOT IS TWO HOT FOOTS, EH, HAKK1ST? HA HA HA MA.' y-- OF THIS CpP REMOVER LEFT. 6UE55 I'M ft BIT AFKMD Of MK SIKK...TLI GO Bf TH6 WHITf HORSE FIRST. EA.5V WftY STILL ,• .=„,-„ _ BE THER6 ' IF HE ' 5 & WERESTEP BV^B^CK. lt_, IM IT I\S PW SWD! HER COUSIU MM36 IT CLEM?. THW (T& USELESS TO TR.V TO SEE PEHMV AT THE (MMOR! I'LL 3U5T.WWE TO VOMCH FOR HER, LEWINQ THE PLACE! /WE, I SEE WSS BURKE FROM TIME TO TIME, DKIUIN' TOTH'UILUGB. PIPW'TUOTICE'ERTODW! CWsTS WITH K FEW IM.LM3ERS OH THE ROW) TO . THE IAWJOR. HANG OUT OUR BANW6RS...THE CRY IS STILL 'THEY COME;' OUR CASTUE'a STRENGTH WILL LM1GH A SIESE LET EVERY BOLDER HEW HIM DOWN A BOUGH, &Nt> BEAR IT BEFORE HIM! THEREBy SHALL WE 5HADOW THE NUMBERS OF OUR HOST... BEFORE r..HRNAM! US? OH,PEAK,NOW YOU'VE (V\AP£ MS BURN MY ...VA C'N HAV6 THI6 JIFFY HOME FIKS EXTINGUISHER FEB. HALF PKICe. fO» i C'N MAKE A -SWELL } NO, BUS* PEAL ON THIS P/MK I I PON'T O' eooKENPS/ J WANT TO BUY ANY- THINS TO0AY7 o-VKo-oo 1 . f \5 tH? wow: WK.OW - VEPM , V\V\-MM '.'.'. POV ? IT SAY, POOF l-wt pom WMt v\f\>iN TOR

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