The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 21, 1952
Page 11
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, W6T. fl, UM HOUM — wfth M***, H«*U HCriHETILtig (ARK.) OptmiBR HEWi 80TTMS , RfGHT- TO CROW ASA MAM MAS-K> 6HORCORA — SUPPOSE 6LIMIMOTS THE "CA606 BELLI" WAY—A CHICKEN DthlNER FOR 1UREE — HOW YA < \ -^. 6OOMA 6A6 A ajOSTEir/ \ MIGHT AT ? SOLOMON COULDKT Hsrrf Throwing Passes OWENSBORO, Ky. W>) — Cqllega Kouts Ions have been «ft*r talented Bill Griffith, Western Negro Hl«h senior quarterback here who shoots passes like a bullet. Living up to thl» description. In practice recently Griffith fired an aerial to halfback Johnny Long. The whistling pigskin tore a ga»h In Long's hand that required four stitches. FINE FOODS •r PICKARD'S Grocery.& Market Nationally Advertised f Fresh Dressed Poultry Frosted Fruits FaneyFork Products an«i Fancy Groceries A LARGE VARIETY OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK. Phone 2043 We Deliver 1044 Chickasawba Beautiful New Brick Home Located 5*5 E. Hjrdin. Z bedrooms, one and one half tile baths, knotty pine <en, larie living room, dinlnj room. Deluxe Geneva kitchen. 'Breeiewa7, attached sara»e and »tort room. Equipped with Frigidalra Air Conditioner, central Lennox h«*Unr sntem. Steel storm aashes. Lot 1M i 185. Price U4.5»«. Just completed this « room house and bath at 413 E. Hirdin. Nat«ral (U heat, attic fan, beantifn] Geneva Kitchen. l-ar« storage attic. Garage and store room. Larjte landscaped lot Price S16.0M. ___ See or Call : JOHNNY MARR Phone 4111 Re*. Phone 2596 for Quick Relief of ASTHMA and HAY FEVER Tested, Proved, Accepted arid Used by Thousands! AsrhmaNef rin's patented nebulizer and effeclivfr Solulioh "A" Inhalant gives quick relief, or your money back! THE STORYl *«t«rtil««r. ' vm blinVed. He took the ]••* newspaper out of Midge's bands. He sat down .and spread the papw on his taiees and stared down at the ohoto of the d*ad nan. He blew out softly. "It does look like him." "It's h«. EdxQe, Tm sure of tt," "runny I didnT notice it before. But you cant tell for sure from thta fuzzy picture." -"Wriet'i this all about?" I butted 'ta. Midfe's little nose flipped dis- 4ai» at me. Eddie squinted at the •trtun, shaking his head unen- out canoeing," he wa» it, Midge?days »fo. The feeling blue." 1 WM not feeling blue!" Mld*e ' •» him. -«•» w«i not feelinf blue," Ed.*• ••**. "She wanted lo canoe wtth Mdi*. We went clear across, •roun4 MM toland, right to the, a«b*r *)• <* the take. There'! a (•r •ittinc there, nshin». 'Say. he •n, TJke to make mne ta*t *ough?' -Sure. I tuy, .'How?' -^"Coroe on up here and 111 tell you (about «,' he smya, winkint like T ;h»'i iokin«. Then be bends over • to put down the fishing rod and : I see he's got a gun under his arm. 1 holler out, 'I got to take the lady nome—be right back, and <n ; peddle ovt of there, thinking we re going to hear fireworks any minute. Nothing happens. But this ;little, girl—she. wasn't scared at •U." : T certainly want—I don't aoare that easily. 1 mean, except if there's a body—1 feel a tittle ' ' 4MMUC « tiottr. L dida ( a» By .lonyh Shodit near enough to see the face. But this is the same man—I'm sure of it. Let'» go see—" '>' ; "Nope,'- said Eddie. \ "I don't mean look at the body. I mean the police 1 U have a clearer photo T?DD1E rolled up the paper and stack it under her arm. "I should get mixed up in this— clean-cut boy like me?" "What're you acting so coy about?" 1 said. "Go tell the cops what you know—maybe it'll help them find this guy's fr'ends and identify him." "Me tell them?" Eddie flapped his hands against his chest "Me? Look—dont you know what's happened? The gujr's been bumped off. Buried. You want me to go tell the cops where to lunt for his friends, the friends that bumped him off? You want me to get my name'in the papers so his friends can come visit little Eddie?" \ "The copsll keep your name confidential." "Yen? Vou think Uw reporters wouldn't dig it out of them? Look" —he stood up and' put his hands on my. shoulders—"you tell the cops. •You're - bachelor—you got no worries. 1 got a wife to support. I couldnt do it so good with a hole in my bead." < -Okay. Midge," 1 .aid, let's take a ride down to Stroudsbur^.'-. She looked up at me. "Make sure you keep my name out of it," Eddie said. "You hew?" -I. hew," I nid. "AH rtaht. Midge." •••'— ;She stood up. her gray-green eyes working, trying to figure out whether ta b* auspicious or enthusiastic. She" couldn't lust be neutral, take'things as they came. Everything had to be wonderfully right or dreadfully wrong. • '. • • CGT. FRANKLIr; HEALEY, sh- ~ silting behind his djsk at the SUM Police tub- OUT OUR WAY FUCKLISAMft HTD LIKE •*> «KT <3OfW CM THEM SO ONE HTH CRANE . 5WAP OFF THEM SASSAFRM LISPS/, Benefit by Reading and Using Courier N«wt . Classified Ads "Oh, I'm going on a diet, too a chance- to see how I've but not till.George has had outgrown my o\d coat!" GOOD NI6nT; W/VT^ON FOR SALE Television- Concrete CBlrerta, tZ inch inch, plain or re'eoforcrd. Alia CencrrU Baildint Blacks cheaper than lumber f«r turna, chicken haosrs, pump hoMsex, tenant heus«. tool sheds. We delirer. Call u for fr*e Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 4 FRIDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 21 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 6:30 Those Two 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Dennis Day 7:30 Gulf Plnyliotise 8:00 Big Story 8:30 Aldrich Family 9:00 Cavalcade of Sporta 9:45 Greatest Fights 10:00 Football This Week 10:15 Washington Spotlight 10:30 News 10:40 March of Time 11:10 Weather 11:15 Names the Sam« 11:45 Where Was I 12-.15 News 12:20 Sign' Off SATURDAY, NOVEMBER tt 8:45 News 8:55 Morning Meditation 9:00 Film Featurette 9:30 World's Greatest Storie* 10:00 Film Featurette 10:30 Smllin' Ed 11:00 Big Top 12:00'News 12:30 Super Circua 1:30 Kukla, Fran & O1U« 2:00 Big Picture 2:30 Film FeatiiretU 3:45 Lone Ranger ••• 3:15 Juniper Junction 3:45 UCLA vs. U.S.O, 6:45 Scoreboard 1:00 Air Star Revua 8:00 Show of Shows 9:30 Wrestling 10:30 Nsws 10:35 O.-A. Weather x 10:40 Weather 10:45 Jackie Oleason 11:45 Balance Your Budget 12:15 News 12:20 Sign Off * - OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO IT'S NOT THAT I WANT TO GET EVEN POf? : ITS JUST ~x / THAT 1 DONT ) I LIKE TO GET/'. ' f TOO FAR -S ^~ f romp DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Hours: 8 to 10 p.m. with hellver; to 7 p.m. DRUG STORE Xmas Gift Suggestion TV* WHKLEP WXLV H6A17& STRAISHT FOE THSOCEhJ H-EV«TDK o camera from BARNEY'S! . TMliE DRIM5S A* WASH WAITS IW You Can Now Buy ICE COLD BEER UTEK.ft. HSLICOPTEK, FLYING WP5 8EHINP TO TAKE HOME! No Increas* in Price! Griesedieck' — 24 cans 4>10 VEH.OOOLA HIT WKW SHE SHOT «-ALL RJGHT SHE'S COMING IN WTH ) HAFrX'sb A VEKy DEAD CAT.' ^A \* FOK? ...fOOKTMNG WNRNT DOIN' NO HARM ...JUST BE IN A MISCHIEVOUS, ut oc WTCH.' OLD MW HrWiOOD WIU. \HONESr;DOCTOR BE PLENTY SORE WHEN 11 COULOtVr TCU. US OLD HOUSE CAT / rr WASN'T A TAILS TO SHOW UP / BLACK ONE.-, FOR BREAKFAST! Zf!n. Obr THERE! Budweiser — 24 cans 4.35 Goldcrest 51 — 24 cans 4.10 Falstaff — 24 tans 4110 PHILIP APPLEBAUM LIQUOR STORE 110 So. 5th Pho, 9641 A MOthing dntment for the relief of tht Itohmg, IrriU- U»n and aorenen of simple bams, chapped bands, hires, potion eak, eciema and athlete's foot Sold »n a buck unarantn at all leading Hr»r counters. Ask for O-POI ZO LIKE WE'RE OUT/!O6V\,KIP. HOW O6LV.Y BEANS? A= VOU DON'T see. WHAT A.WTH1NG/ WHY PON'T VOU TAKE IT DOWN/ TAK:IN' MY 10 V\VTt ^O 00 WrW V CM4 «\ «>*«. 1 HOW VOViCrXtOM Choese a camera as a. Xnua tlrl NOW! Use oar e«nmiient layaway plan. Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS Z*M W. Main Phone M41 Stroudsburg, photograph. •That's the maa," promptly. "Have a seat,' he said. Sergeant Healey wiu 'a wiry, tightly knit chap, smaller than usual cop proportions, but thick- chested and thick-wristed. H« also had a dimple. I luppoae there must be other copi with dimples, but I'd never met one before. Midge told him the story. She told it pretty much aa Eddie had told it, though she left him out of it Healey asked her a little about herself. Where did she live? Midge gave ah address in Merion, Philadelphia's swankiest suburb. How old! Mi u ge said 23. and blushed for some obscure reason. 'I've been wondering about something," 1 said. "The place across the lake where Mis« Burnett saw this man was apparently part of the land belonging to G. O. Griscomb. Well, yesterday 1 happened to be walking up the dirt road in back of our place, not far from where you later found the body, and I came across Griscomb wandering around. Interesting coincidence. Isn't it?" Healey smiled sympathetically. "I happen to know Mr. Griscomb. . Everybody around here does. He comes from an old family In this section—1 understand one of his ancestors helped build the original fort here in Stroudsburg, back somewheres around 1776. An,way. what I'm getting at Is that Mr. Griscomb isn't the kind of a guy who pals around with boya in the rackets." "The dead inan was a racketeer?" ' .''',' •.'';. "Small-time. We Just got the Identification a little while ago. He goes—went—. ider the oame of Rocky Silone. Four arresti in New York—two for bookmaking, one for peddling untaxed liquor, one tot stealing a car. You see what I mean. It's hard id picture Mr. Griscomb lied up with a bird like that." "The young lady saw him on Griscomb's land." ."I'm not saying she didot. But that doesn't mean the guy couldnt have just moseyed into the place to do some fishing." <Te B* PIESCtlPTlOIIS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Besl Prices Kirby Drug Stores UPSET STOMACH tomtl feel better ^tek wh« T»m take *l7.-rV,T Pink Mix- lure. To«1l be <«HihtFd with the fait relief frMB heart- bprn, nann. and eawed \>j arer-eathsf and drinking. Guarantee* t* •ktelr satisfy «r jtn back! -, v V- ''.''• BIZ-PEP

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