The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 30, 1952
Page 7
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MONDAY, JWT! 80, 1991 OUK BOARDING HOUSI — with Major Hoopl. GOT YOUR CABINET PICKED ? OF BEING FIRST TO FORMALLY I'M KUMrOlWe FOR. PRE6.IDEM7 AS Af-1 MOME OOSHTA 66 A KEG CLAMBAKE.' ._.' MV HORDES OF FRIENDS HAVE PERSUADED Me/ , AS WATCH-/ 1. COOLD SUARO CU&TOO- IAN OF 1H6 CELLAR Make tills a Safe am | Sane Fourlli! Drive carefully—be rare- fill about firtwnrks. I) 0 vour part to make II an AccMriii-Frre anct Happy Hulirlav! "The I'orpoise Is Not A Fish" (from last week) The porpoise if an aquatic, warm - blooded, air-breathing mammal. It« name literally means "pi B fish"—referring to Its snout. 1, "Ilnrammon Knowl— Ceo. W. Stlmpson. f*'n f£p "a ^ < *? $•?' -,-0. "I'm starting a budget, Daddy, and I'd like to borrow $100 to see how much of it I can savp"' Political Announcements Subject to Preferential Election July 29, 1952 For County Judge GENE BRADLEY > PHILLIP J. DEER I. D. SliEDD Television & Radios REPAIRED Any Moke or Model Set 1 DAY SERVICE FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE 24 HOURS A DAY Doy Phone: 2642 Night: 8858 No Extra Charge For Night Calls FRED CALLIHAN RADIO SERVICE 110 S. 1st Bl.vfheville For Circuit Clerk GERALODINE L1STON For State Senator SEN. LEE BEARDEN HENRY K. HOYT WILLIAM H. (BILL! WYATT For State Representative KENNETH S. SULCER For Post No. 2 PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed liest Prices Kirby Drug Stores frd&JT/ Even a crease Job Is given extra attention when you bring ytmr car or truck to T. f. Seay Motor Co. We hit AM. the spots. Whatever service your car netds, you'll gel more for your money here. T. f. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer 121 E. Main Phone 2I2Z 0 r i xxm JTOR a moment, Marilyn hnd the upper hand and George Kendall felt that all was lost. As the llruck lurcned forward she tried to get a half-nelson but George jomcrsaulted quickjy and ihe ncx-f instant he had her in his arms He held her tightly with her arms at her sides. She struggled ami kicked, but she was helpless. "All right, wildcat, just calm down.™ Marilyn Stltworth panted for a moment. "You'll spend the rest of your natural life in prison for this. ' she said. "I don't care if ! spend it and my ^unnatural life as well in prison." George yelled back at her "But you're going to listen 10 what I have to say and there's nothing you can do aoout it." "I suppose you kidnaped rnc just to hive a n<ce little chat?" "Quiet, please When I'm done talking, vou can nave your say Then you can get _vo\ir cops and your father nnrl Chief Biq Bear and the min'lia if you want. You ran lynch me and me dp to dry. but first you're going to listen." "Hanging's not a bad idea " she said. "But rn listen." "You always wanted a haynde* and here it is." "So you burned up Max's hay? That's arson." "So it is. You're still going to listen." Marilyn Sutworth seemed to realize at last that it was no use to struggle any longer Her mouth was open and her eyes rested on George's. But she said nothing. The words, the carefully planned remarks that George nad intended to make at this moment were inside nim. pounding to gc i out. bill for some reason, not fathomable to Georae. they didn't come out in the rich! order. They btibblcc! forth like a geyser, or volcano in broken chunks and while hot <en- (ences. He stammered, choked and Fluttered. - Sure.. Suit 1 was work- ing for your dad." he began. -I'm a private eye. It's my business to work for clie!ils. 1 was going to tell you all about it. After tve got encased that cow business you know But the joke was on me. I thought 1 could use clan No. 2—I'd make love to you. make you fall in love with me to break <rp your romance with Max Thai was the idea. After thai I'd dump you and collect my fee." "Of all the low—"Shut up." George snapped. "I don't care if you believe this or not. or what you think of me But the truth is that it didn't work on! Ihe u-ay it was supposed to. Everybody has a laugh on George Kendall. Funny, isn't it? 1 was going lo lure you away from Chief Bio Hear—Max Arno—but instead I fell myself." "1 don't believe it." George Fhouted to the truck driver. "ilcy. Tom! stop the truck. were on a country road. maybe five minutes out of Seneca Springs The road was clear behind them. Pursuers, vl any. had either lost the trail or were far oehind. It was unlikely anyone would find them now. for they were on a back road. Tom Faber, the driver. kn«;w the roads well. The truck rumbled to a stop Georee released Marilyn. "That's all of the story." George (old Marilyn. "You can get out now and go back to Max Arno." Marilyn continued her silence, staring at him. She nibbed her arms where George had held them tightly. "Do you want me lo help you off Ihe truck?" George asked. Tom Faber, the truck driver, was coming out of the cab. Suddenly Marilyns fist swung out. caught the crouching George Kendall on the jaw. It probably was rot a hard punch, but it caught Georec just right, makine him lose his balance. George went Frantically George clawed at tho tailboard, but missed and the next instant he was falling to the ground. He landed like a cat on all fours. As he rose, he saw Faber, the truck driver, coming toward' him. "What gives?" saitl the truck driver. -Hey. what kind of monkeyshines is this?" "He tried to kidnap me," said Marilyn. "So?" "Never mind," George spoke to Faber. "This is strictly between me and this girl. You slay out of it." "Who says so?" The truck driver started forward, his fisls doubled. "She looks like a right nice girl to me. and I didn't rent you my truck to carry of! right nice girls." George backed up a step. "Be careful, young man," jnid Marilyn. "He's vicious." 'I'll lake care of him." The truck driver swung, the blow caught George on the chin and he went down. Lights flashed in his Drain as ilia ncad rtnick the road. Very qsickly Gcorpe took a little nap. But as he drowsed off h« heard shouts, confusion and screams. QEORGE KENDALL (In.Hj opened his eyes. His rest had in short and his head hurt, even :ho»gh it rested on a lap. But the ap was not Marilyn's, it belonged :o Verna Denton. 'About time you woke up, boss." said she. Her eyes lifted. George shifted his gaze to follow hers. Standing on his other side was Albert P. Sutworth. his client. George closed his eyes. When ie opened them again, Mr. Sut- worlh was still there. "You shall have the rest of your r ce, young man," said Mr. Sut- worth. "And the bonui. My daughter has just told me—she is no longer inlatnaled with Chief "ig Hear." Gcoixe swallowed hard. He wasn't quite ready for a return nwlch with M.irilyn Sutworth and t looked as U it w«re expectsd of him. 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