The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1952 · Page 19
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TBTJMDAY, DEC. 11, 1MI (ARK.) COURIER NINETEEN HOUSE — wirti M«j»r H*o»U SOOD/ T. wre em 1WSL&J6 ABOUT TOiGUES ll^J i? 1 HOPS BOMT hKKlS g(?OOKS, /\CMeRPLrtrf IT/ A Lime 1 <- I tOO £_ I FROM WS KT6RLVK\ LAST .OMMHlC' T«levision- Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis. Channel 5 - THURSDAY NIOHT, DEO. 11 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 6:30 Dinah Shore, B:45 News Caravan •7:00 Groifcho Marx 7:30 The Unexpected " 8:00 Oangbusters 8:30 Theatre •' s'.OO' Martm Kane 9:30 Arthur Godfrey 10:00 Racket Squad •• 10:30 News 10:35 Boxing 11:35 Weather 11:40 It's News To Me 1^2:10 News t\2:15 Sigh OH FRIDAY, DECEMBER It 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Today 8:26 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 9f 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 Featurctte 1:30 Homemakers Program •2:110 Big Payoff 2-"0 Welcome Traveler! 3:"0 Kate Smith 4:no Hawkins Falls 4:'5 Gabby Hayes • 4; 30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Bert Olswanger < 5:15 News 5:20 Mr. Bin»le 5:25 Weather 5:30 Short Story 5:35 Hartoons « 6:00 Evening Serenade J- 6:15 News 6:30 Tliose Two 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Dennis Day 7:30 Playhouse • 8:00 Big Story 8:30 Aldrich Family 9:00 Cavalcade of Sports 9:30 Greatest Fights 10:00 Film Fcaturette 10:15 Washington Spotlight 10:39 News 10:40 March of Ttm» .11:10 Weather •11:15 Names the Same ir.45 News 12:00 Sign Of/ BUILDERS SUPPLY Vi Price WALL PAPER SALE NOW ON South Highway 61 OUT OUR WAY FKICKLIS AND HIS FRIENDS Home Grown Hi-Brtd Half and Half Cotton Seed $10 Per Hundred Clyde Williams Route 3 Lexington, Tenn. 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Yes, it has Radio and Heater! Only DESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Big Selection of Used Trucks to Choose' From! CHAMBLIN SALES Co. "Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer' 2 Big Lots at Ash & Railroad Open Saturday Nite Til 9 Phone 6888 The famous "blue laws" of Connecticut prohibited nil housekeeping activities and cooking on the Sabbnth. The law-bound colonial was forbidden to eat mince pie, to travel, to cut his hair, to shave his face, to dance, to kiss his chll- M I and all a XXTV ncl Rocky. Wha* was this . about? "Listen, 'you don't have to b«'afraid to talk to me," Torchjr said soothingly. "I know • 11 about your deal—I know you h were shoving the que^T for Rocky '—I'm not kicking about that, it's your business." I tried hard to digest It. Me waved a finger in my face. "The point is, what did you come Xere for? You looking to- make another tie-up?" "Well ... I was thinking . . ;" "You was thinking," he mimicked, falsetto. His voice abruptly switched.. "\VhatV about you and Griscomb!" "I already told you, Torchy. That's the straight goods." ; "What did you heist him for?" - "Just because I got sore, that's all. Because he pulled that gun on me for nothing. AH t was doing was walking near his place, looking—" "Looking for what?" "Looking for my girl." "And how does she get Into this?" Torchy, was getting louder now, iorgetting all about buttering me up. ' "She's zany,.Torchy. She causes me more trouble than a -case of the hives." "That girl came here and said she was looking for Rocky Silone." "She did! The zany little- Just shows you what tVe got to put up with, Torchy. All the time." He wasn't amused. "Why'd she . say thai?" k "ThaYs what I'd like to know •' Let 1 go get her and squeeze some words out ol her, the little flea' brain." . He got out of his chair. "Listen , boy—I'm going to give you om move chance. I want the whole story. Why the girl came here ' why you came nosing around. an« • all the rest of it. Understand?" His open band sliimmcd agains ," my check and nose. My cheek • slung. My e>'« smarted. By Jouph SlwlKt I said hoarsely. "Bring the girl here ami Til—" My whole brain exploded with black ftr«. my skull like chunk of brass. pAm sat weight, i wanted to .stay still, not move, not monkey with (.hat pain. But I'd hav* to s«t going sometime, t tried to work my hands. There was nothing there —just a distant Umbnc-x—the rope had choked fT (he blood. I moved my thonl- ers; I could feel them, at least. liere was something loose in the 'hole arrangement. I was trusced tght as a mummy. But one of he spokes in the backrest scented o be dangling out of its hole. That ock on the head—it must have ent me and the chnir crashing now. I sat up ofT the chair as much is t could. I leaned back. The man against the wall slil! ieemed to be sleeping—Sieve, thai was him name, I rememberec now. I gingerly moved my arms down as far as they could go. Slowly anlalizingly, the loop of zope slipped down oft the spoke. My wrists were still bound ight, but they were free of thi chair. And the pressure was of my ankles. I sat down again am lifted my feel out ol the loop o rope— Footsteps on the stairs. Steve started. 1 jerked my ankles together t catch the loose rope—closed nr eyes. Steve was watching th doorway, I lowered my hea slowly, chin on chest, and watche through slightly parted lids. Two men came in the doorway Oifb young a: ; lanky looked little like Steve, but afflicted wit a twisted, camel-backed nose. Th other huskier, old *, gray at tern pics and jowls, a big head squa ting on a thick neck and cylindri cal body, "What's It all about?" said ... Unky one, with » Lot of nos« ln| s voice- "Where's Torchy?" "That's what I want to know," eve raid sourly. "I'm getting fed p. How's about one of you guys^ ^king over?" "What's ths crum want?" "Torchy's still trying to find out. e thinks this guy was siu,,l..j >r Rocky." There it was again; Rocky and shoving"—counterfeit dough. What's the matter with Torchy nyway?" the Nose said. "Can't e keep these crums off the place?" The oldar man tapped his bud- y's arm. "Lei's go/' "Wait a minute," the liose said. Steve, you got the key to that oom?" "Torchy's holding on to that," teve said. The Nose started out. The older an grasped his arm and tagged ftcr him. I heard their voices angling all the way up the stairs. f WOKE up rig' away. I shook my head. I groaned. I stared iround the room. "About time," Steve said. "Okay, I'm read;- to talk," I aid. "Come here." "I can hear you." "I . . ." I hunted around. There lad to be some way to budge this guy. "I need you over here. I I've got some coke in my shoe/' I said quickly. "I need a sniff. Just a little snirT." "Who you trying to kid?""No kidding about this, Steve— I'm shaky as a bedspring. Let me ;et a pinch of it, that's all. . . . I'll tell you what—I'll let iu keep the rest. Sell it." "I never touch the junk." "I've got to have it T I tell you." [ was really working pep into the act. "It I don't get it, I'll raise the roof." 'You raise the roof and I'll raise your scalp." - I let out a holler—not loo loud. His chair came off the wall with 3 bang. "Okay, bud, you asked lor it." He came lazily toward me, gripping the pislol by the barrel. I shot my foot up between his legs. I put every thing into that kick—all my fruslrations, all my resentment at being tied and being conked. (To B* Continued) _^ EVERY TIME 1 COMB r DOWN I 7ACK TH' 6PIS7ER WEB BACK UP AW PEOPLE WONT 'SPICION THERE'S OHRISTMA& PRESENTS UP -THERE-WANNA BET IT WON'T, jy_.V- LAST TILL CHEJSTMAS WELL, *i A ftvii SCWNM w»'u_ HO, I POM T BKT TH' WES VJON'T LAST" EVEN WITH TIN' TRIP* A PAY UP THSRS/ WHAT SCIENTISTS WfTK KNOW W(4f KiBLM WEN A suoem / ««? i fcgA-W we've MEN WAITINO QETTlWa HIM IN MY CAR/ YOU DO WITHOUT A ON "TOUR. 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