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SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1958 (ARK.) COURIER OUR BOARDING HOUSE — witfi Mojor Hoopla I'M AC EVEN AS FAL6S* TEETH/ 8SST rV6 COM4 OUT /I'M A* BUSY AMD CSTTIM6 JUSTAS FAR A4 A SOLO PISH.' DASH ITALU/'TWAS THINS I CAM WlNl TOWISHT HJ/JOTTD WITH -THE BMfJKEOLL SNES TH£ PARTY I'VB LOST «l 1.80 r* — DID AHV ss-^sa-VTHftN A OUT OUR WAY EARTHMAN WITH LI6HTHIH6 STICK! TOO BAP KENT PIDN'TSTAYPUT, MELLO. OTHERWISE, WB'C> HAVE HIM BY NOW! •y J. R. Willlomi MO, MO, H6 DIDWT ROM THROUGH TW GREASE,*0 ICHJ'RS ./ Bov. I WOWT TO CL6AM rr UP wow AFTER SUCHASCAKE.' WHEW IDU'P LOVE TO LIVE More than 26,500 bales of cotton are used to make handkerchiefs each year. Each bale averages 500 pounds. Corn Is being planted, cultivated and harvested at some point in the world almost every week In the year. s,-A UmJ U'-A-^ M / *& r* ...rt-Vvr Television SERVICE ANY MAKE PHILCO FACTORY FA Systems for Sale or Rent SERVICE Blaylock's N. 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Kirby Drug Stores Parts and Supplies for All Cars, Trucks and Tractors 5 b 5 WHOLESALE TV Service-Center NEIL ROSS Trained Technician for radio and television repair, industrial electronics, and basic radio engineering;. For Service Dial 3816 OORS FOR THE ^rJKTAntnony MortonBARON xxxi ^THERE was a light on at (he side of the house, Mannering drove to that side, and saw two men standing by the stables, staring at him. They moved forward, ana he .recognized both Abel and Higby, Then a third man appeared, the keeper of North Lodge. All of them had overcoats over their pajamas. "Who called you?" asked Mannering abruptly. "Fred Mason, from the lodge," said Abel promptly. "He heard a car, and looked out of the window —ano then he saw two cars. Was yours one of the cars?" There was a hint almost of suspicion in Abel's manner, and Higby and the lodge keeper appeared to be staring intently, almost accusingly. Mannering said: "Yes. The'other one got away. I had a puncture. Do you know what happened?" 'We know a ladder was taken from the garage and left outside." said Abel. "But we don't know where they used it." Mannering told them what had happened. They ' seemed dumbfounded. Abel broke- the silence with a soft: "Did they think she was Lady Gloria, I wonder?" Either he knew—or he was quick on the uptake. Mannering realized with a sense of shock that there, was clear indication that the ddnapers had not worked with anyone inside the house. Abel, Higby and anyone here could have told the men that Mary wasn't loria. If it had been » cast of mistaken Identity, then neither Abel nor Higby was working with Fcnner—and probably F e n n e r > hadn't a spy In the house. | "We must tell the police," said Higby. ... "I telephoned them," laid Mannering. "Is there anything we can do?" [asked Abel. Mannering said: "Yes, Abel.' [Look tot four *s»-*h« <te« thtt scared Lady Gloria the other evening, and also scared you. The dog has been missing from your father'f cottage since this morning." For the first time, Mannering saw Abel really taken aback. "Not—not Leo!" gasped Abel. "Yes, Leo. I saw him yesterday. He's got a wound, caused by a bullet—and someone had attended to it," said Mannering sharply. "I—I can't believe it. I just can't believe that Leo would—" Abel broke off. Mannering said: "You can't believe that he would have kept away from you in the thicket, can you? I find it hard to believe, too." Abel cleared his throat. "Mr. Mannering, I tell you truly, I didn't know. I still can't believe that it's true, that Leo was that dog." "No doubt about It" TVEXT morning, just after nine o'clock, Longley sent a message asking Mannering to see him in the library. The sergeant's' eyes were clear, he had recovered from his shock—but there was a cold, accusing aloofness in his manner. "What were you doing out at two o'clock in the morning?" Longley asked abruptly. "Didn't I tell you? I was worried about Lady Gloria and drove over to the cottage." "That's a fine story," said Longley, in a tone not far removed [rom a sneer. "I saw several of Gaddcn's men there, she was all right. Coming back, I saw i car on the road and the gates closed. I gave chase, and they put • bullet in my front wheel." "I don't like the way you've been going on," growled Longley. "If they stopped you last night, why didn't'they come back and finish you off?" "I hnd » gun." "You're pretty slick," said Long- can get that into your head, Mr. Mannering." Mannering said: "Youll flna that Bristow does, and that should encourage you. There's just a chance that because I was out last night, the St. Maiden people will trace that car. There are other things, too. The dog was in the grounds. I set Abel, Higby and UM lodge keeper on to look for it Mannering went to breakfast. Lorna was already at the table. "What did Longley want?" she asked. "He thinks I'm the villain of the piece." "What's he going to do?" "He knows he can't do much." "Was Mary mistaken lor Gloria?" Lorna asked. "The question on everyone's lips," said Mannering. "Darling, we don't know much about Fenner, but—" 'I know everything about Fenner," said Lorna, with unexpected sharpness. 'Oh. Everything?" 'Everything that matters. He's bad." A FTER breakfast he went up to the library, but it was empty— Longley might be at the telephone, telling Bristow of his.latest reasons for suspecting Mannering. Mannering went downstairs again, but heard nothing from the switchboard. Higby came out of the passage near it, and slopped in the middle of a step when he saw Mannering, as if he were startled. "Good morning, sir." "You had no luck last night, I'm told," said Mannering. "I'm afraid not, sir." The footman slipped past quietly. Mannering had never heard him raise his voice, and last night h* had shown admirable self-control. Mannering pushed tjio door of the cubby-hole containing the switchboard, but it opened only a few inches. He put his head around the door. Longley was sitting in front o£ the switchboard, his head resting on the little ledge in front of It, his fingers touching the keys. Blood turned his fair hair to crimson, and dropped onto his hand and onto the keys. He was still breathing. Television— Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 5 SATUKlMY NIGHT, JUNE « 6:00 My Hero 6:30 ted Mack 7:00 Saturday Night Revue 8:30 Lone Ranger 9:00 Juniper Junction 0:30 Abbott & Costello 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Sightseeing with Swayzeei 10:30 Wrestling 11:30 Talent Scouts 12:00 News 12:05 Sign Olf 10 : 15 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 4:30 4:55 5:00 5:30 6:00 7:00 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 9:40 9:45 10:45 11:15 11:20 11:50 SUNDAY, JUNE 1 Previews and News Anywhere USA Hippodrome Frontiers of Faith American Inventory Candy Carnival Burns and Allen Beulah Boy Rogers Ethel it Albert The Chimps Sunday Musicale Ozzle & Harriet Meet the Press Slim Rhodes News Bed Skelton Mr, Peepers Comedy Hour TV Playhouse Stu Erwin Favorite Story I Love Lucy News Weather Toast of the Town Private Secretary News Big Picture Sign Off MONDAY, JUNE ! 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Ding Dong School 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 8:00 TV Shopper 8:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Beth Marsh Calling 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 Meditation 12:10 News 12:20 Farm Program 12:30 Homemakers' Program 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Welcome Travelers 2:00 On Your Account 2:30 Ladles Choice 3:00 Hawkins Palls 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Berl Olswanger 4::30 Industry On Parade 4:45 Hartoons 5:00 Flicker Comics 5:15 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Bob & Ray 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Paul Wlnchell 6:30 Howard Barlow 7:00 Cisco Kid 7:30 Robert Montgomery 8:30 Who Said That? 9:00 This Is Your Life 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Tonight in Sports 9:55 Weatherman 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 News 11.00 Man Agninst Crime 11:30 Suspense 12:00 News 12:05 Sign Off ..ouu better drop in, Doctor! 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