The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 3, 1952
Page 9
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TUESDAY, JUNTS 8, 1981 BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COITRTER NEWS FACE NINB OUR WARDING HOUSE — wiHi M«]«r H«*pl« Political Announcements Subject to Preferential Election July 29, 1952 For County-Judge GENE BRADI/EY PHILLIP J. DEEIV I. D. SHEDD For Circuit Clerk GERALDINE LISTON For Stale Senator SEN. LEE BEARDEN HENRY K. HOYT WILLIAM H. (BILL) WYATT For State Representative KENNB:TH s. SULCER For Post No. 2 The Salvation Army, establisliei i the United States in 1880. ha approximately l,3fiO corps and tnit posts and more than 5,003 officers In World War II. Army and Air Force total casualties amounted to [ 9 per cent of a total mobilization of 10,400,000. JOHNSON OFFICE EQUIP. CO. 8. 5th Phone 4420 OUT OUR WAY FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS "If you know.that umpire is a bum and a robber, why don't you tell the management and have him dismissed?" PRESCRIPTIONS Fresli Stock Guaranteed liest Prices Kirby Drug Stores FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Se/l That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Lend Guaranteed Watch Repair Thompson Credit Jeweler HALSELL & WHITE FURN. CO. Main & Division Phone 6098 You Can Pay ANYAMOUNT at ANYTIME farm !ncom» without p«no(ty Thu famous HUM INCOME PRIVILEGE M wriMen into your note wh#n you hnve a Innn from TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 213 Walnut i'hone 2381 Mortgage Loans of All Kinds XXXVI ' ! JOAATL YmXI,ING told Gisels of *^ another analogy between Dr. B«rtrand of "Mrs. Lirriper" and l - > t)r. Zimmer. -This," he said, **was when Rosamond said to Perriita Cjiwrervce: 'You will nolle* only on* tiling out o* the ordinary ttivrtt. A certain number of us never ipeak of. the future.' In the book by Dickens: 'No one alluded to the future. Nobody spoke of tomorrow.' "Those gwsts were &H suicides •nd knew it. Zimmer's guests were all ricarfoue murderers or thei imconsciou* rictlma. For the mur- deren K would be psychologically 4mpo«sibl« foe the tongue not to •tumble DOW »nd then. "1 reread the whole story T>r. Berlrand and discovered that Rocamund deliberately used one phrase from it the evening I met her at Zimmer T s house. 'We are all supposed to know each other. Dr. Bertrand used that formula to avoid Introductions. It was Rosamund to risk my recognizing that phrase. She wasn't in thi; just because she loved Zimmei and wanted Thereon Yorke' money without Thereon Yorke She was satiated with every p«rience ingenuity could devise and mouey could buy; and danger real danger, was a new scnsalior "That was what brought such a morbid glow to her cheeks am such a sheen to her eyes. Rosa mund couldn't resist giving m nnolhcr hint that first evening jus for (he thrill of gambling that wouldn't guess the truth. 'I a\\vay thought you were on the other sid of the fence'—the fence belvvee crime and law enforcement, be t\vecn the killer and Ihe heale No wonder rrer voice had an od tone when tfie exclaimed; 'T think of meeting you here!* "She must Viave w o n d c r e whether I was a potential mur ,dcrer or a potential victim, for sh knew that generally there wax other reason tor any on* to din« "CbarioUa Dr. Zimmer'i. Only victims nd outsiders were led to believe he gave dinners in order to udy the social behavior of neu- otic patients. t-V allowed tis to know about Duggan's license beau se the sooner the body was dentifled, the sooner the investi- ation would be over. He thought , safe to let us s^ the license as ong BS he destroyed the check nd the wallet, so we would not now positively that he knew )uggan was employed by Kathrine Shaw. Unfortunately two women reached the breaking point —Pcrdita and Isotda. -Perdita had told him that she cnew Duggan's death was nol iiithanasia but murder and tha 1 ihe would go to the police if any- >ne else 1 died after dining there f he poisoned the girl herself he vould have another suspiciou. death on his hands, (or ihe wa not taking sedatives. He decidet o silence Perdita by poisoning he lather before she went to the po .Ice. Then she could not accus dimmer of killing her father with out accusing herself it the same -ime. For he would tell the polic t was a mercy-killing instigate by Pcrdita herself and he had evi dence to prove it—wire recording of their earlier conversations. When Stephen Lawrence sur vived the attempt on his life, Zim mcr threatened to break her fa ther's heart by giving him th evidence that his, daughter ha planned, to kill him and suggest ing that she did it, not lor mercy but because she was tired of tak ing care of him." "Poor Pcrdita . . . And now' "She will get off lightly, for he e vide tic e is going to help build U Slate's case against Dimmer," ai swered Basil. "Stephen Lawrern understands Pcrdita and his lo 1 for her is unchanged, Eventual she will marry her newspaperma and they will probably Ixc happ (ke ann are both out of it. Thereon orke will have to rebuild his life best he can. Ilosnrmind, Briney Shaw, the Cannings and Zimer will be tried for murder." * • * yiMMF.R had to use a great variety of poisons in. order to ve each victim an overdose of .e particular drug he was al- ady taking as medicine. And Immcr had to use each poison in nirnal experiments to estimate >rrcclly (he close that would kill particular victim several hours ICT he left Zimmer's house, hese had to he disposed of some- ow because they were tangible vide nee the police could use in ourt if ever suspicion was roused. The ensiest way was sim- ]y for Otto to bury them in the arden< Poisonous litumls were mply emptied on shrubs and ower beds. Of course that did ot harm the plants. But it did aturate the seeds and elderber- ies that birds cat. Every bird hat came to Zimmer's garden ied, up til the birds learned to void it. The little garden beyond dimmer's drawing-room windows ! iccame a zone of silence. "The blind have plenty of time ! or study. Miss Shaw came of a jcneration that read 'Mrs. Lirrip- :r's Legacy.' PutUn? two and two ogclhcr, she must have played ith the fancy that Dr. Z.immcr was a Dr. Bertrand. One day she may have nskcd herself a little humorously; 'But who could possibly want lo kill me? 1 Perhaps an answer suggested by something 3riivsley said in her presence. Kalherine Shaw chose the altos Basil Willing' for Dufigan. She ;hought Dimmer would he so eager to meet a fellow psychiatrist that he wouldn't be suspicious. And it was from Miss Shaw that Duggan got the phrase from Keats. 'Blind Kathcrine Shaw would noticf; that hirdsong was as remote there as the sound of traffic. Such oasis in the city should have been the haunt of birds and yet— no birds sang . . ." "Nol in that garden? They couldn't!" With a little shiver, Gi.sela nestled closer to her husband. •cons EXTRA yen BUT i HAC> THIS HOSSHIPE JACKET AW THEM SHOES MADE OUT OF HISHIpe. AM 1 HIS HOOFS MADS Slt-VER-MGUMTED A-SH TRAYS, AW— I Tt-OJOMT I COULD [W TUB ODWN AMD IAU6H IT Off. OUWC — YOU WOWWlbO f*UCH, fRKKLES / OH.THW REWMOS ME---1 HWE A PHONE CAU-"E> FATHER .ifcu- WK6 1'U.Stt HIM JUST AS SOON AS t StTHOMe--. AND ON6 HIM A. 6*6 WHS FOR ME WELL, BLOW M6 00*1 GO'' SO CT YOLI HAD KiM PUT A\WAY EH? BUSINISS HAS LICKED; WHW SHE SAID : 1 HCARO JUNE \AfJO MM TALKING ABOUT Hl=K MEW MEARr THROft--J MUD/ THE FRUGAL GUY Benefit by Reading and Using Courier News Classified Ads IT* A FROZEN CW.TUEE •WACE PUTK*M TOPtANETEKkQ ...fflMBAXTJNB AREA* WHEEE THERE*? OHLY ICE INSIDE^R. WELKIN. 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