The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 1, 1952
Page 11
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MONDAY,' i>BC. 1, M BLTTHEVTLLE (AWL)' COtTKIEB NEWS OUR JOARD.NO HOUSI — ANOHCHAOIW/ RiiMMfR (Proof Next Week) s • soe •eifftf; GlENCO HOTEL BIDG. BLYTHEVIUE, ARK -«Vn;4i Unfartiuutely, harrlan havt their tautest SMIOB during the Y*letid« IwlfaUyt' Don't 1*1 bwtlars r»ln yew holidays . . . Men* Inamrance". *ni ke dally pnteeted. THE TURKEY DID NOT ORIGINATE IN TURKEY (from last week). It h a native North American bird, Introduced Into Europe in tb« l«th Ontttry. L Eneycle- pedU Brilmmiicm. OUT OUt WAY fy J. R. WtWwM FRECKLES AND HIS PRIINM ..... ', j "Thank* for the parking ticket! And how did you enjoy • that homemade *oup I «ent over when you had the fiu?" FRYERS NOW AVAILABLE! re*. Mrs. Housewife, STEED'S F.mons BBperelean FRYERS ' are now available la BiytheviUe and twmsndlnf territory. They're SUPEHCLEAN, no feathers, no pin feathers, and abaya all they're not yellow . . they're ALL WHITE I The_ytll«w-cuticle Is removed, mmktns-then,white; mwit . thlck'eid *re yellow until thty are pucssasd In this manner- 'Chickens aren't M jnst chickens'* anymore; they have IndiTldoaUtj. Ask your rroeer for STEED'S Fryers and see how very tood a. chiektn can reaily be- .Y»u deserve ihe Meet 1 . STEEDS POULTRY FARMS JUDSONIA, ARK. , Steed's Famous Supcrclean Fryers arc distributed in this area' by—•_ NUNN PROVISION CO. FOR SALE Cenerele'emtverta, U tath M tt tauh, mUln er''reenleeeed.: AIM CeJMrete ••lldlng Bleeka cheaper than Isuaber fer aturna, chick- CB homscs, pamp hMses, tenant toea, tMl sheds. We deliver. Call u for free estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Fhone S«l 'rompf DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Honrs: 8 s-m. to It pan. with Delivery to 1 p.m. WOODS DRUGSTORE «1 West Main St. , Xmas Gi/t Suggestion a camera from BARNEY'S! «« •' e»nier> a* ^ Xma> Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS 2te< W. Miln THE 5TORT* Al K«MH«r r •w •r Hick Hill I'*«vc, H«ve« • »vr- > tri-Urm „ r my pm,, ft tkt *«•••»'«< JiVd ^M> h« CM 1 ! t«l th« TNI. . H*OT«T«T. Al ••*hl« •( letle «irrctftr t ~ D«» M*rr1»*«. B (•<« p«1lc« •( Ike r«*4«sTv«* with kr blarkMBlt«r. K«rir the Bexr aniac Chri* wltM^r, .*«d->«fe in« at iVe mivrt, awiikrv« H*r- ltu* ani !«•««« klM 1* the ••?« here Al unit Kditle FI^I4». n» r»- erlAlwcr. hHTc !»««• aimekr* wllk XV TJEALKY introduced the new- i>L comer to" me: Corporal Dillon, criminal'identification expert, from the State Police squadron headquarters at Wyormng, Pa. Dillon, a dark, stocky man with professional silver-rimmed specs, immediately started setting up a tripod camera at the office door. Healo/f took me out to the mail cage to-get out ol the way. We sat down on^ the'counter. There was only 3 dim light there. It was almost peaceful, lor tne mo^ ment. ."Well, come on, give me something. Who wu sort at these fviys?" ,Who was sore at these guys? It: was no secret that Rpslyn was sore at AJ (or underpaying Eddie And Kitty Lane undoubtedly was burned up at Al'i sudden interest in Midge Burnett—rtayb* h«'d even dropped Kitty a hint of what k ne'd told me, that he was trying to palm her off on somebody. The fact that'Eddie:had believed the atlackcr was a man didn't rule the girls out; he said he didn't see the killer. But t was inclined to rule the girls but anyway; evi if! they'd wanted to bash AJ, w hy would they have slugged Eddie too? iThsre was another name I nt ntU eut *• eM«f. "tt. O. •r J*Mf* Sawn* Griscomb," I laid. 4 * He*l<y cleared hu throat wear- ly. "Don that really make o you r Morrison? f?ow, doei It? This man comes clear around from the other »ide of the lak. with he idea of killinf Kemmer—but Loet he bring any weapon with ilm? No. He just takes a chance ie'11 find something lying around, ike an ax or something." 'He could have brought some- hing with him »nd then changed hii mind when he «otlced the ax." 'Sur« he could have. He could have '-drunk/carbolic acid .and jquirted It out tt both «n"to blind the two gnys. But people don't 'do thing, that way. If a man. ploti ovtt • murder with a certain weapon, he'* not going to switch weapotu the last minute-" V"Okay, you're the expert." •Look, dont think I never Investigated a murder. I only uld never tnvesticmted one in the 'oconos." « • « • pORPORAL DILLON came out of the office and motioned Healey over. He spoke a few quiet words. "Sure," Healey said loudly, started for the front door. "Morrison, you come with me," he blustered. I followed him out to the front step*. : Three troopers came piling over. "This a very Important," Realey said sternly. "I want it done right. want you to fo through every one of these cabins and look for any clothe* with blood. Anything that's just been washed and looks suspicious, pick it up. Morrison, you have any paper bags around?" "Right here." I stepped' back inside the door. "Okay, you'll keep each Item separate,. with the name on the bag...Take the cabins one by one —split up and go through every room. Do it quiet as you can— dont give anybody any more notice than necessary. Morrison'tl go along so nobody'll stand on theii Nobody seemed to mind beinf investigated at S o'clock In the morning. The guests all seemed to think this,was the most' exciting thing they'd been In since V-J Day on Times Square- Word got arounf what we were looking for. We began to and more and more wet things—shorts, blouses, swim suits. Troopers began to hurt girls' feelings by not~- •ccepting every damp offering. Leo Ritchie wasn't home. I questioned the men in the adjoining rooms. 'They said the last they'd seen him was at the maintenance building while we were carrying Al and Eddie out- I'd lotlced him there myself; he'd >een something of a help, too, :eeping the people from crowding. In No. 10, the list cottage, I got a real jolt. Midge Burnett wasn't here. Midge Burnett and Leo Ritchie. Who told them they could ilay silly tricks like this? i I walked back toward the office, was still burned up at those two absentees. They didn't have any lusincss wandering around at $ the 'morning. Ahead of me was Harmony louse, which, it struck me suddenly, the troopers had neglected 0 Inspect. Past It was Al Kemmer's butigalow. • • • TN a moment I was on the step* of Al's place. I put my ear to :he door. I didn't hear anything, A thin line of light from a shaded side window lay'on the grass. I :urned the knob slowly and pushed. I waited. Whispers. I stepped into the dark living room. Small kitchen was next, I knew. Then bedroom, bathroom, 1 walked forward blindly. I moved into the kitchen, hand* out In front of me. Oof! my knee got It. I reached out—a chair. I moved it. Had It been put thert deliberately? There was movement In the bedroom. Whispers. I reached for the doorknob. The light went out —thai 'door yanked away from Television- j % Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel MONDAY NIOHT, DECEMBER 6:00 Evening Serenade -«:15 News 6:30 Those Two fi:4S News Caravan 7:00 Paul Wlnchell 7:30 Howard Barlow 8:00 Cisco Kid 8:30 Robert Montgomery [ 9:30 Who Said That 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 News 11:00 Man vs.'Crim* 11:30 Suspense 12:00 News 13:10 Sign Off , TUESDAY, DECEMBER I 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News «:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Today 8:55 News 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 TV Shopper 10:00 UN General Assembly 10:30 Strike it Rich 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 Garry Moore 1:00 Guiding Light 1:15 Film Feature!te 1:30 Homemhkers Program 2:00 Livestock Exhibit 3:00 Kate Smith 4:00 Hawlclni Falls 4:15 Oabby Hayes 4:10 Howdy Doody 5;00 Bert Olswanger 5:15 News 5; 20 Mr, Single 5;3S We'tri" 5:30 Superman 8:00 Evening Serenade 6:1S News »;30 Dinah 8hor« «:45 News Caravan 7:00 circus Hour ' 1:00 Fireside Theatre 8:30 March of Medicine S:00 Two for the Money »:30 Boston Blackle 10:00 Mr. and Mrs: North 10:30 News 10;40 Weather 10; 4S Studio One 11:46 Industry on Parade 12:00 News 1J:05 Sign OH Something Wasted my Jaw—I was dpwn fiat on my ; back. Just that fast. You Can .Now Buy ICE COLD BEER TO TAKE HOMEI No incr«a(* in Price! Griesedieck — 24 cans 4.10 Bodweimr — 24 euw 4.3 GoMcrcat 51 — 24 cans 4.10 Falstaff — 24 cans 4.10 PHILIP APPLEBAUM LIQUOR STORE llOSo. Stii Pho. 9641 O-POI-ZO A Meihtnc *i<iia.ewt t«r the relief •( the HeMng, IrrlU- Uen aMl (Menexs ef shople kenna, eh»pe«4>»*X htrea, lete't teet. S«M •• a beek gmamatee at an irmf cmmten. Ask fer O-POI 7.O PIESCIIPTMNIS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices _ Kirby Drug Stores 2 TPe JUNIOM, 6O POWTS-- Ben.tit by Reading and U.tng Courier N«w« Classified Ads MIDI*G THE PROUECT...HOPIN AMP I'LL TAKE KXI THERE! THE SATE of- E PE^ CENTER. WHWT DO VOU MEAN. HOW THE TIME COMING IN O HELPM3U WITH THE DISHES fH/t CMC-- VIC R-HMT, IN VKTWVtOfl COWi ON, WHCH CffCf. CWSCU WSC« FE0TSCT»JCi MV UP* NOW THKT we HAME KECOVtREP THE LOST RUfY, W6 CWO TAKE CAHE OF THt* ARKOGA.MT WERE PALS6 THAT VOO VERE OUT TO DOUBLE-CROSS HIM,, PRINCE KM.WIS! •AUSTA KWOCtCED we TOU>HIW UOTH1W6, VOOK. H16HNE4J COULD THISf I OOffT KNOW. HAVE AW VOOOlA;BUT EFFECT ON X. IT MIGHT' WHERE M.U=r WENT? WHOJEPQ "(CXI THINK WUgE SON; BUS? KNOW, SON: I DONTEVBvl KNOW WHERE I AM/

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