The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1953 · Page 17
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December 10, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 17

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fHURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1988 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER N*Wt PAGE SEVENTEBU OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major HoopU I THOJeHT HIS me* WAD TH6 ALL-CLEAR SIGNAL ;KHs EARS ASAIlJ THAT ACT LOOKS LIKE HE'S -STILL WITH OH,H£'5A«a06ETO HOT A SISM OP IT/ AMD THIS IS OF MY FAVORITS HIDlMS PWCES-HAK- k'AFF// OLD 80V CLAIMS HE HID A BUMDLE OFOOISHWHIL& HE WAS SHORT- CIRCUITED, AhJO EASOM TO E CAUGHT OUT OUR WAY •y J. R. Williams FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS GIT AWAY Y HE'S THE /MOST FBOM WAT \ SELRSH CUSS I EVER SAW-NO CONSIDERATION PER THE MONOPOLIST RHEUMATIC ASTHK1TIC VICTIMS Offered Fulsr Relief frea Pun, tr . Will [KnUrlt Co,t«d T«tltt. « u j e k. n«. ,cid. "klRBY DRUG STORES EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware I r DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Hours: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. with Delivery in ^ p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 121 West Main St. Buy Your ELECTRIC TRAIN Complete With All Accessories • Light Fixtures & Appliances • Complete Wiring Service • Free Estimates Gladly Furnished Serving Blytheville Since 1920 Walpole Electric Co. Day Phone 3371 Night Phones 4641-2527 NEED A PLUMBER? then call ORSBURN SUPPLY 1916 W Main Phone 3208—Day or Night Member of National Association of Master Plumbers C. R. ORSBURN, Mgr. FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant-Promised Land THE ANGELS FELL THE STORYl A "ImljrlnK hrlff- tinnior nt District A^lorn^T nnr- • PI l.nrkfn. lloth fhr liriefcnnr »ntt (Mnn. l.nrkln-» rritc. nrf the brlrfcnne ' bill be f« nMkrrt In Inrn it ovrr hr hi* l.-itrj-rr. rnlilicinti 4;p«r^r SI.-HMlxtin. n irnnir.MM-. H'illlc .chnil. nnil Iliinnnh Itiihn. dutifrh- I'aul hn* Ilir bricfra^c. XIX T.TANNAH RAHN flowed toward me. against me. and her hand? were on my chest. "Paul. I know vou're trying to protect Dina But you're going about it the wrong way My father has influence " "Everybody has influence." "Georric Maudson can do anything, and he will My father and George both. What do you want?" "There's nothing I want," I said savagely. She stepped back, flinching as if from a blow And her eyes were like pfray-blue ice and her skin was taut over the cheekbones. "At iea. r t." she snid woodcnly, "you admit that you havte that briefcase." "I don't admit a thing If you were Willie Shad, I'd telJ you to net out." She picked up her coat and stalked to the door Her profile was impassive as she oassed me, and I wondered why women had the power to make a man. however right he was. feel like a heel. She didn't open the door when her hand was on the knob. She paused for a last word, tike Willie Shad, like anybody who was too desperate to Rive up trying. "Your fiun doesn't frighten me," she said as she le/t. We had fine seats in a hox behind third base. Joey was never quiet, yelling at every long by firuno Fiscde fly and hurling derision at the umpires and the opposing players; and the Rarenton Tigers came through for him in the eighth with a five-run rally that meant the game After the game, we headed southeast, and before we had driven a block a red car appeared in my mirror. We stopped at a roadside restaurant. When I pulled into the parking area beside the stucco building, the car stopped at the side of the road. 1 said to Joey, "Wait here a minute." and sauntered over to the other car ' knew all o! West Amber's small police force by sight, so the man in the car was probably a county or state cop. His face was just a middle-aged face, and his eyes were carefully not interested in me. I said: "In case you lose us, I'm driving my son to Carr- mount School in Westchcster County, then I'm coming right back. We're stopping to eat so you'd better grab a bite." He curled the corners of his moulh and said nothing. I returned to my car and Joey and I went into the restaurant. A few minutes latei the cop— if he was a cop—was sitting at the counter in the dining room. We, reached the school boarding house at 11:30. . The. only light was in the downstairs hall. We shook hands and he went upstairs. The car followed me home. • * * 'THERE was a note under my door. It was written in a neat bold script in pencil on a sheet torn from a pocket notebook, and it saidi "Phont me as soon as you get home. Martha." My watch said 20 minutes to five. I dropped down on my bed and dialed her number. "Boss," I said, "was Dina found?" "Not before the II o'clock news. A private detective was here to see me late in the afternoon. He was at your place too, but of course you weren't home." ""What did he want?" "I got the impression that he's seeing everybody who knows you. When I left the note in your house, Ted Gallagher told me the detective had also had a talk with him and his wife." "For whom is he working?" "I couldn't get it out of him. He seems to be chiefly interested in finding the briefcase. His name is Ben Helm/' "Did he drink your liquor and slug you and then make love to you?" "Like in the movies? Seriously, Paul, I'm afraid of him. He sits and smokes a pipe and says, 'Uh-huh' whenever you tell him anything and speaks wistfully of his wife who's an actress 3000 miles away in Hollywood: and all the time his kind brown eyes are looking deep inside of you. I think he knows I helped you that night." * * • TT'NUCKLES rapping on the door awakened me I put on slippers and robe and went to the door. It was five minutes to 11. A man smoking a pipe stood outside, "Good morning, Mr. Flagg," he said as affably as a salesman. "Come in, Helm." "Uh-huh." The private detec- , live stepped into the living room and thoughtfully closed the door behind him. His brown eyes, set rather deep, shifted about as if looking for something. He said: "Was it Miss Paley or the people upstairs who told you my name?" "Martha. She couldn't wait to tell me she had a crush on you." I shook a cigarct out of a pack"What's your offer—a bribe or a threat?" "I don't know if either would do any good," Ben Helm said. "Randolph and Handy tried bullying. Maudson tried pressure. Willie Shad tried a substantial bribe. Hannah Rahn—I'm not sure, but sooner or later an attractive woman tries to cash in on her sex appeal." (To Ite Continued) PUT, V*LLY,YCXI PROMISED A , , „ weet ASO tojb ? IT OVER ^ BUY LITRE otO )THeN£xr BOX OF / TIME i see CHOCOUTES / I HAVE THE HALF AMD OMF-POUNO BOXES AMD TMI5 DE-LUXE FIVE Lucille is bringing a friend horns from college for tM holidays—she wants us to refurnish the house!" THINLltto THAT TOO, S RMA! I'M LUCKY i CAU6HT UP WITH ' KXI...WU LEFT VOUR i BAG N THE SHOpI SAID YOU FORGOT-lOIR /S DA AA UCOC IT 1C / OH, MBS. WAYNE, IM SORRY I DIDN'T SEEMDU... c euess i... BA3, PAW...HERE ITISJ WAS INTENT ON SOMETHING LISTEN, YOU STUPID POOCH." SPEAK TOME' BoyJA If he \ only knew) , what I f saidf jr* AR, GRUF EF, VOWR BRRWY GAROOOF BRRUARF I CAN MAKE- AMV DOCS- SPEAK!! WATCH! VIC, I HAVE TWO TICKETS POK TH6 Msi/ne TAKINSLCO«, UB9V, WOULP i^B TO THE HOCKEY GAME, HE P6MT6C7 THAT HOUSE OM ELAWOOPAND HE WAWTS TO SINK S5O,OOO INTO A SMALL BUSINESS. HE SEEYiS IN A HUWV, SO 5ATUR17AV AFTEZ- NOOM— IT'S BEAUTIFUL, VEZN.) LANCIM6 FLQYP 5UT WHAT'S THE /-< BAMVII.LB AS A OCCASION? X Tf CU6MT. / THEVP SACRIFICE W^rHIMfi TO GET W,T SECRET TISSUEHW& V6 GET TW5 OVEK QUICK.. BUKV THE VAMKEE5 IU THE FOXHOLES, WJP IF OUR FOUR THERE « (^ 5CREAWIW6 SYOISH IM THE StCY. EMDINS IM A TERRIFIC SPLI^SH THOU5AMD ^KDS OFFSHORE, T^ ;:«, J: oo 2== LTWCKED ITS FUSHT SETS TO SET U5, OR. 5EB N-i HFRP MIO *POT<; •«! IkSOUT THB FOUR WiEM THEV'P LEFT OW THB ISIANP! IT'S THE SSIL BATK.TOTHE HIP K OK1CB1 VERY WELL, I AM AOVANCINS, 5ENTRV., COULDN'T UNNERgTAND \ GROUND ~tOUR UNIT IDENTITY.. ADVANCE AN' REPEAT, i ARMS! SIR,' A ^*p: B GOOD THING THAT WAS A DUMB SENTR*- I STUMBLED ONTO.' WHOOBV WHAT A. TIME HE COULDA SIVEN ME 8VJU3TOPENIN' j Television- Ton ite, Tomorrow WMCT, Menmliis, Channel THURSDAY NIGHT, DEC. 10 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News Reporter 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Groucho Marx j 1:30 TV Playhouse 8:00 Dragnet ' 8:30 TV Playhouse 9:00 Martin Kane j 9:30 Foreign Intrigue 10:00 Playhouse of Stars 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Dollars s Second 11:15 George Jessel 11:45 Siprn Off FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Today 8:55 Morning Meditation 9:00 Ding Doni; School 9:30 Glamour Girl 10:00 Hawkins Palls 10:15 Three Steps to Heaven 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Sloryland 11:30 Shopping At Home 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Garry Moore 1:00 Homcmakcrs Program 1:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:45 Guiding Light 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Kate Smith 3:00 Welcome Travelers 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Atom Squad 4:15 Gabby Hayes 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Mr, Single 5:05 Music Shop 5:20 News 5:25 Weather 5:30 Kvcnlng Serenade 5:45 Hartoons 8.00 Football This Week 6:15 Naws Reporter 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Dennis Day 7:30 Life of Rilcy 8:00 Big Story 8:30 Hopalong Cassidy 9:00 Cavalcade of Sports 9:45 Geratest Fights 10:00 Letter to Loretta 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Hit Parade 11:15 Hollywood Movie Theatre 12:45 Sign Off NATURAL GAS Healing and appliances, stalled by bonded pipe fitters and financed In 36 monthly payments. Insulation or other home improvements included. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Parts and Supplies for All Cars, Trucks and Tractors fO> f&- fO> 55 5 WHOLES A I. K Protect Your Room Air Conditioner wllh % FORD'S Air Conditioner Cover—Seals out rain, snow, soot &, cold air;—Avoids expense of seasonal dismounting and reinstalling. IE.25 only W Installed FORD AWNING CO. in S. First Si, Blvthcvlltt Plione ZD72— Nllthl 4818

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