The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 24, 1952 · Page 9
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MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1952 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hooplc EGAD goYS!' «/ TuCKAWAY Tie 16 HOT coMPLereo, BOT rve l(«gRT6t> THE SPKIt^S ROLLER TH& H<X-i-OW KMOT, ITS R6ADY FOR A TRIAL- SPINl-'~ I'LL PUtL IT DOWM A TEIFL6, AslD IT SHOULD SMAP up THIS MAY *W r tfAIT, g£ A-tDMICfcf MAESTRO, WOLD ig BEFORfe -A YOU LET HER l\fc>RK AMD I?' Rip MAYSe WALK,DON'TMWE'D BETTER , KUM.TO THE: NEAR E*IT/ <6O READ TH6 FIW6 Or! OUR BACK: GIVE HIM AIR PAGE NINTI Political Announcements Subject to Preferential Election July 29. 1952 For'Coiintj Jud^e GENE BRADLEY PHILIP J DEER I. D. SHEDD For Circuit Clerk GERALDINE LISTO.N For Stale Senator SEN. LB:E BEARDEN CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Size* ap to 36 in. Corrugated Metal Culvert* 6lze> up to 84 In. A. H. WEBB Automatic Flood Gates Concrete & Metal Septic Tank> Sewer Tile Besl Pricft We DellTfr Ilichwajr 61 at Slat* Lint Phone 114 INSURANCE to fit your needs VJ%@^ r~*~>^ 3-jy r, M p,f H u. s. *»t. oir. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams I KATE TO SQUAWK., BUT ^ I'M TIRES' OF EATING EMPTX DREAMS./ SEE WHAT HE < DDE&-. LETS ALL TUG JUICE BUM POW/TJ TO OWE PIECE.' J WHY DOES HE USE A </ l^-l V ^^ BCWL FOC AMOR- \ r;s.. v »AAL PIECE OF PIE? k ANSWER MG THAT.' V WHY MOTHERS (SET GCAY Benefit by Reading and Using Courier N«wj Classified Ads m TfifA: FRECKLES AMD HIS FRIENDS 'US BCVS VlOUGl/r THEY HAD KXJfJD THf •ASURB "-BUT ALL- VWrCMrrffiS IS NOT GOLD/ Leor NOHH AND SOUTH BACKWARDS! WE'RE Ol WELL,THAT L#^^!J&&/ V WHAT WORRIES ME, is TONIGHT/ I GdT^ I A DATE WllH HILDA, AN'I'M SO GORKgC ' SHE'LL "THIMK I'M A ^ JLJGHE^D/ "1 don't )ik« that new driver—since he started, the school bus is always right on time!" The central undisturbed portion ->f i-..: i^iMii. owaiu]) in North Carolina and Virginia k about half the size of the state of Delaware. SAVINGS SATISFACTION RAYMOND ZACHRY Isaacs Bill?. Mutual Insurance Agrency Phone 3494 NOT (Proof Next Week) Did you know If your car is involved in an accident in any one of 46 States, you can be compelled to return to the Stale to defend a suit, or judgment Is entered by default? Such a judgment can be enforced on your properly anywhere In the U.S. Adequate insurance protect* you, anywhere you go'. {From Last Week) Hanana Oil Is Not Made From Kananas The transparent, colorless liquid that i* known as banana oil Is Sso-amyl acelale, which Is produced by the union of certain acetic acids with amyl alcohol. I. "Uncommon Knowledge." —Geo. W. Ttimpson. Ultra high frequency refers to TV ihannel.s in the area between 500 to 890 megacycles. lPKEt,WP,DR NA4 LOOTED T«e 5UH WO,VE 4INCE you (KOI4T OXGOIM§KCK.TO* yotIK OWN PLANET, AM&r/.A, WE'LL VeOP VDll Oi'T- TH£tc. Read Courier News Classified Ads. — Tom A J«r/y. Htij;, Bunny. Wood, Vi'u«itf|>rificr—tcalavlife in View Miner KtHluhrofne, itcicoicopfc pic- «urci. Sncn K«ne.s m each Hi-fi for u*« tn Virv,-.Master Siertciwnpei ind Pto- ;«tio/i. Over -<00 subject* (or children CITY DRUG 101 E. Main — Phone 2542 effort t* >e» \V*r- le rielcc- THE 9TORTt I Mtlrp- thr- murder fcnnon. Jim Orrh, CnvAtV -nlfrct of Orth'» client. Mnrner Crnvalh, • pnrmer of the wirtrdFrtrf mnn. 5n«pcc1* Inrlude J*rk Damnnt, ft not her partner. «»4 hi* wlfr nnlly nnmnnl. nnd * vrcnltiiT clleat. Mr». KTC Whecl- *», H widow. XI T\AVE SLADEN and Ames War* burton had been rivals for Sallj Cravnth. And now Ames YJarburton was suddenly and thoroughly eliminated. I didn't develop that idea verbally. Sally had shown a reluctance the moment I mentioned Dave. I didn't want her clamming up on me, "Dave," she began, "seems to have been born with a terrific inferiority complex. I doubt if he'll •ver get over it. He'll have a chip on his shoulder all his life. His sfory is simple, but I hate telling you. I'll sound rather—snobbish." "You couldn't," I assured her. "Well, if you've got to have it, .Pave comes from some whistle ^>p in the Middle West. He was "one of a big family and there wasn't any money. But fie is very bright and ambitious. I'm practically quoting him—he's told me a lot about himself, but not all. You see, Dave is very bitter.'* Td noticed that. "Financially speaking/* she went on, "he didn't rate a college education al all. He was just plain too poor. But he wasn't willing to settle for some little job. He gol himself a preliminary education by hook or crook, and then wenl to college. Some place called Gris- kine. I'd never heard of it untt he mentioned it But, apparently they have some phony standards out there, even as our respectec Ivy League. And brcause Dave did all sorts of menial jobs, he was made lo feel that he didn't belong Naturally, that's aU rot and he ought to forget it. But he can't. 1 eem* to have cut into him very leeply." 'Was he an athlete?" I asked. *Ncx Dave wasn't 'good old Sladen,' who once scored on Notre Dame or anything. He couldn't fo into the insurance or brokerage MisinesB and browbeat the alumni nto buying stuff on the strenRth of some heroic record. Dave was ust a little guy, out for an educa- ,ion. And he got it. But—" a very regular pearly alignment cut into the red of an undcrlip—**I sometimes think that Dave would have >een better o if he'd played ball n the sticks. He might have gone places . . . there." , i cou id visualize all that easily. Dissatisfied, restless, a cut, mentally, above the norm ol the place. Consequently plagued, always, by a sense of the inadequacy around him and a desire for some better existence. And brought up, no doubt, on legends Rockefeller, Carnegie, Schwab et al—impinging, practically barefoot, upon the American picture Well, why nol Dave Siaden? And if some light-haired kid— who, by reason of birth, inheritance and what-not had had advantages that Dave hadn't had— was making everything look like a ridiculous crumple. . . . "That's Dave." Sally's brigli head nodded. "He got his job with Uncle Morney because he's ver> clever and—and astute. I'm sure he Unows as much about the bus iness as Uncle Marney does. Bu I'm sure of this too." Her eyes belt mine a minute, then slanted down in a qvieer streak ol grayish-yel low. "Dave hales the ground w walk on." Cravath had invited me to us his den any time I wanted to. drifted in there after I'd brough Sally home. It was a comfortabt little place, snugger than my ow room, and a good spot in which t arrange in my mind the facti ow had about the people at Wind- ver. These, I thought, were pretty kelchy, despite Sally's efforts. •oiled down, they cnme to this: Dolly Dumont was 8 dipsoman- ac; Jack Dumont a reputable bus- a man, sometime college alh- et« and presently Iong-sufTering usband. Eve Wheeler had a hatful of noriey, a chequered marital career nd an awful lot of steely strength inder a deceptively languid and oft exterior. Dave Siaden had been forced to tioe the hard row. And slights and mibs, I gathered, had lefl him with a certain worminess of soul. • • * RESENTLY i saw, too, that straight thinking required an- ither pair of suspects to be put on my list. It seemed the height of absurdity even to entertain the >nre notion that Sally Cravath might be a killer. But Sally was on« of us. She'd had as good an ipportunity as anyone else. And as for motive . . . well, who but Siaden, apparently, had one? So, feeling like a complete heel, I umped the girl I was going goofy over in with the rest of the prospective homicides. Mars ton Cravath, though, was a different proposition. I liked him. and didn't like thinking of him as a killer. But suppose, for example, that behind the respectable and venerable facade of Cravath & Company something was rotten, and that Am.cs Warburlon had been on to it. Perhaps even, despite his clean honest appearance, Ames had gone in for tt bit of blackmail. Or what if Ames, although ostensibly he had been at Windover on neither occasion, was actually behind the crashing flower pot and the hurtling car? And if Cravath had somehow discovered it, coincident with my coming, and made quick opportunity to beat Ames to the next punch? None of all this appeared very probable. Rut the possibilities had, I thought, to be taken into consideration. It was all, however, a hopeless, crazy-quilt of conjecture. (To Be Continued) Television- Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 4 MONDAY NIGHT MARCH 21 6:00 Kukla.'Pran & Ollia 6:15 News 6:25 News About TV 6:30 Those Two 6:45 Bill Day 7:00 Paul Winchell 7:30 Howard- Barlow 8:00 Craig Kennedy 8:30 Robert Montgomery 9:30 Wlio Said That 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 News ll:CO Man Against Crime 11:30 News 11:35 Sign Off TUESDAY, MARCH 25 6:M Test Pattern 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 Weather 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Today 9:00 Breakfast Party 9:30 Langford-Amechi 10:30 Strike It IJlch 11:00 Storyland 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Morning Meditation 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 1st 100 Years 12:45 Garry Moore 1:30 Homemakers Program 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Bill Goodwin 3:00 Kate Smith 4:00 Hawkins Fails 4:15 Gabby Hayes 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 News 5:05 Beryl Olswanger 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Cisco Kid 0:00 Kukla, Fran i; Ollia 6:15 News 6:25 News About TV 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Milton Bcrlc 8:00 Fireside Theatre 8:30 Circle Theatre 9:00 Amateur Hour 9:45 This Week In Sports OiOO Studio One 1:00 News 1:05 Names the Same 1:35 News 1:45 Sign Off ONCE ,MOPE TJJE 1-LVIH& TEIAN6LF / NO, THANKS! NOT UNTIL OLIVER'S KISS IS WASHED OFF' -^S*&*Wt IZAX-'S PRIVATE (5ARVVSE, WIS TVSO LIEUTENIAMTB AJTE TALKIM3. TMEY TALK, TUB'S ULL6T 5^ASI-e5 THE LOCK. ITS KAIL'S FOR SALE Concrete ckUerU, 12 Inch to IS inch, plain or reenforced. Al»» Concrete Building Bl*ck> cheaper than I am her for burns, chlcktn noises, pump hovsea, tenant houses, tool thedft, We deliver, Call ac for free estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone Ml Soybean Seed FOR SALE | Dortch No. 1 \n& Ogden soybean »<ed, cleaned and sacked, Book these before price !n| creases. RED TOP GIN Blj-theville - Phone 3756 FEEDS Wholesale or Retail FULL-0-PEP STAF-O-LIFE Moore Bros Store Phone MS8 Hlway IS '. 5IWCE I REFUSED TO SELL »W PRICELESS ITEM TO THAT WILLFUL YOUWG WOMftkJ, 1 5PEWT MOST OF MV TIWE RETRPEVIIIOG IT! VOU SW \fS TRUE THM DIDWT GEr AWAV VJITH THE ZOWBIE THE TIME SHE WA.S FINALLY MY PATIENCE Y^& EXHftUSlED 1 . I'D 500H RE K NERVOUS WRECK. IF SHE REMMUED K IARGE THEM OWE DM WITNESSES SKU HER. TAKE IT. ftMD CM.LED POtlCE. NO ONE HAD SEEM ME RECOVER. IT, AUD I...I KEPT QUIET. TOR WUR SAKE.VOUWS WAU. I HOPE 5HE WEUER GETS HER HeNRT SET OH SOWETHIMS YOU VALUE KI6HLV1 SHE'LL WEAR. vou OOVJM, ^wp— THAT SETTLES IF,.. SHE'S GOT HER. HEART SET OW ME! l'l» PICKING UP MY BAG AMD CLEAWMG OUT NOW!! DVATH1NKTHIS 6POT IS GOOD / I DUNNO, FOR GOLD?ALL ) MEBSK NOT.-I I SOT'S WET / DON'T SEE ANY FFFTAM' ,1 ONE ELSE D1GGM AROUND H?Y'F1ND WHATCIIft, RECKON LJMPIN, /TM15CAN BE?':3A OOZY? ySPECK OF 6UMPIN... THAT THERE'S GOLD I'LL HAVE TO PUT THE ^''VTOWORKON . SOMETHING /. PRACTICA!. ALLEY OOP AND FOOZY TURNTORTY-NINER9' AND WIND UP IN THE GOLD FIELDS OF CALIFORNIA. W1TW CICEKO ON VIOLIN 16 INSTRUMENT OF TOUTUBE '

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