The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1949 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 30, 1949
Page 15
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THURSDAY, JUNE 99, 194» IT.TTHBVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FiF"i"Ei5if OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William. Our Boarding HOUM with Moj. Hoople ILL APMIT THAT A WASHTUB \HOULt> MORE AWROPRIAT6 < , ,,T .» HEROES ARE t.W.DE-MOT RORM FKECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BY MERRILL BLOSSER Elucidate, oint-es in Borum Bids Phone Mrs gar p Horurn, 31'i3 «,20-ck-tt Uodero apt. « cabin* bj wee* montb c»l« «r«lc« L/»< Boy l*iu mi siiu.p»-1H(i Wanted to Buy • 150 mor» lor your car when you trade lor ft new Hudson at Olln Hur- ruon Motor Co. Nuw you Have the perlect opportunity lo drive America's Ilnest «1O Car. the '49 Hudson Ala) nignest prlc«« p«ld now for Isle model \i3Bd cars . but we must have delivery soon ror July seillns OLIN HARRISON MOTOR CO. 517 West Ash n Blyinevlll*. «,27-ck-7|4 Hlsbwt price paid ' tor CHICKENS— JCOOB Ann Street Grocery <t Market. Iff * Asn «|7 clc U Production ot canned meat more than tripled In I ; 10 years be tveen 1937 and 1947. Notice ATTENTION FARMERS LIVE STOCK MEN Dead, fallen and crippled animals picked up free of charge in sterili/.eci trucks. Call collect, 6142, Blytheville. Ark. ARKANSAS DEAD ANIMAL DISPOSAL CO. 6-28 ck 7-28 Bl( UT* e*t ftob >&d lirftt Buffalo I unloaded at 1100 South Clark Street [ daily. Clark street JUh ftUrket. Phone 1 393« We delUer. . «;13-ck-7|7 XL1 rtEA COSGROVE looked down *•* the length o< her two arms, into the woman's face. She could look beyond too, to the jwirl of dark water. "Pull us up! Pull us," Be> called. "We're sliding!" She could aear renewed struggle a* Non» tried to obey "Did you kill them?" Harding 'demanded. . "1 killed them,' Mabel said. "She knows why." Suddenly lh« light Hipped from Harding'! grasp. Bea heard Noca yell. "AtU boy! Now grab her!' Bea (elt fingers close tightly around tier ankles. Slowly, she and Mabel were being pulled to safety. Mabel Jones said huskilr. "Bea Cosgrove." She made it sound like a curse. She pulled back her tree hand, swung and hit Bea heavily oo the bridge of the ODBC. Bi winced with pa™. Tears Blled h*r eyes. "I'll sleep," Mabel said. "Ill rest." The strong grip oo Bea't writt was gone. FM and AM 7 Tubes Plus Rectifier Listen to the Ball Game In Noise-Fret Comfort $5 DOWN $5 A MONTH n H E i F i s [Meet lirtifui . . . Wear HuamW :IIH \\I:Y \\\\\ TOY tt« time sh« could set again the sunlight of open air wa bright in her eyes. The drippin, figure that held bei was Migue Oak. "What wer* ye* trying to doT" Oftk demanded fiercely of H ding;, "Let Miss Cosgrove slid* her death too?* Miguel lowered Bea to her leet "No." Harding said. "But don you xe we bad to know for jure We had to hear Mrs. Jones's con fession. It'i the only way it coul be made light for the rest oif u*. "Mabel?" Bea asked. "She'i dead," Harding «aid "We'll never find her body. She made ber choice. It wats the best way.- Miguel Oak let out a Ion breath. His voice was »oft, yet flat when h* said, "There u host in the cove. I' i> bad, thi curl, but it will be worse 9000 George Bascombe. Mollie and gnes Firth met them at the ail. "We didn't have to bury red a<tet all." George said. 'Mollie went down to fasten ot> a rope, and when she was so busy ipping ofl his money Gelt the jodr rolled 08 the ledge into the •urf." Mollie StarV clutched the canvas ioney belt to her full breasts. It's mine. It's all mine. I earned Nona went to George Bascombe and put her arm arou r d him. She aid, "Come on. Let s get to the xiaL Ail of us." •There will be the need of »ev- eral trips." Oak said. "You go on head. We will follow Miss Cot- grove should move slowly." They moved so slowly they were soon alone. "Tell me." Oak said "What happened? The buildings?" She told him at the fir* and the blast- "Yon put the mate ashore my sake, didn'1 you? You thought 1 might be in danger." "I am not smart," Oak said "Yon have discovered that already. ) made sure no dynamite was planted as had beeo threat' ened by those woo wanted revenge on Harding. I forgot toe whiskey. He was not hiraseU when be drank. Well, he is dead. "You didn't trust me," Bet cused. "You thought I had killec Lilly Warren." 1 wa« near the cave," Oak said "1 heard a shoe 1 hurried up an found Mrs. Warren dead. 1 look« up toward the north end of th island. Just in time to get glimpse of a nude woman dartin into the gulley." "You came up the same way an found me tending the sheep. VCH. couldn't tell the difference be tween Mabel Jones and me!" Miguel Oak laughed. "I on had a glimpse. I knew of yo gun. 1 found you tending th sheep." "WOW," Oak .ighed. "1 hav decided to be a good fishe Help Wanted, Mof« Wanted Salesman with car. Unlimited amount of pay. home every night. Write Box QRS, c-o Courier News. 6-30 pk 7-8 Wor'j High Cost Is Felt By Austrian Government VIENNA —//P>— The Austrian government Is paying more than 565,000.000 annually in pensions to war invalids and near relatives of soldiers who never returned. More thnn 505.000 persons—roilsh- ly eight per cent of the entire Austrian population—receive pensions. Official figures show there are 166.643 war invalids, 84,035 war widows. 45.856 parents of killed or missing soldiers, and 85.010 war orphans. There are a furlher 123.580 other relatives of missing soldiers on the pension roll.-;. 4% HOME LOANS Klhert S. Johnson fh« Equitable Lile Assurance Society Phone 62'lft Kveninx* PRESCRIPTIONS , Fresh Slock Guaranteed -Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Read Courier News Want Ads "H* just said if he had gotten an auto loan from GENERAL CONTRACT PURCHASE CORPORA IT/ON, and had hit braktt rtlin^d, to wouldn't fw here." Rent a Camera for Color Pictures The Ideal waj to rrmemtwi tprrlaJ occasions. 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PRISCIl.LA'S I'OI Ask .Mom, She Knows liY AL VKRMUUR IT'S MOT THAT 1 DOH'T LIKE RICHARL} HONEY. 1 BUT SOU SHOULDN'T TAKE SOME DAY ME WALK OUT ON YOU . AND YOU'LL WIND UP WITH AM ACK1N& HEART/ BUT SUPPOSE HE NEVER WALKS _==- IN THAT CA5E YOU'LL ~_A WIND UP WITH AN ACHING BACK) Date With Growl KY MICHAEL O'MALLEY «nd RALPH LANE Y INSPECTOR 6BOWL SAYS FOR YOU TO TAKE YOUR L TRIENDS HOME AND TtlEKl DROP AROUND THt V- — ' -~~^ STATION, Y THANKS. TELL SfiOWL ITU GIVE ^ f\. JOSE, YOU ARE ONE DUMB PEON.' YOU HAVEGEW THE PCECIOUS BILLS TO SOMEONE CALLED VIC FLINT 1 AND THEN CALLED THE COPS TO { CATCH KIM.' ME A NEW AWGLE ON HIM TO BE ONE OF HIS SUSPECTS FOP. A WHILE. WASH TUBBS Mnllv Has an Idea HY LKS1JE TURNER GOTTA GET TH6(A FROM THIS JOINT OS. THEVLL ATTROCT TH' COPS AH' QUEER TH' WHOLE DEAL 1 VOU'KE T (ftOLUV! tK »H WOODBRIW »IH6R6 WASTIW yEE [ YOU WUii AIW'T YOU ASHAMED, 1KVIM' TIME. ORVIE! VTO SK;M UNCLE JAKE OUTER HI& I TRIED THAT OWE, TOO... FROM TH' WSIDB. 1 COUID WRING 1H' OLE BU22ARO's F'E. HIDIN' IT WMERE HE DID! I'VE LOST DK1& LEARNIM' FOR SURE *OT BUaDIU' HAD ITS CORNERSTOMe LWO ON TH' DAY OF TH' BOBBERY... AN NOW 1 paskl'T TOUCH IT! FOR SALE MOLLY COUERS THE HOLE SHE'S CU11IMG THRU THE WML. LOCKS HER. SHED DOOIT. A.ND-- BUGS BUNNY HOW MUCH DOES XjWENTV-FlVE TMlS JUNK COST VAT) CENTS A / SYLVESTEB? r-T-t-/ ROTTLE. >A DOPE / YA CAN'T NOT KIN' SUV IN ' 5ELUN' f- I '<NOW AT TH' SAM6 PRICE / OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO BOT IT 6IVES MS A. CHANCE TO MEET LOTS OF 3WSLL Take A Flow, Son HY V. T. HAML1N THiS LAD HERE WHOPPED EM INTO KINGDOM VVITH /\ DEAD SHAEK.' SOX NOPE., BUT NOW WILL. \THE NOJ POANV-X <S'JAKD THINS ABCXJT ( WILL THOSE PIRATE KIDNAP THEY D.DMT BOOTS ANT) HER BUDDIES BY EDGAR MARTIN an Instead at a bad and frieht- ied lawyer. But »s a lawyer, ith high-placed friends I was tile to find out some things about ou." "What did you flnd out?" Bea sked. Oak said, "Your high-placed 'lends Drought pressure on the x>nely Hearts Uatrunomal and orrespondence Club to include ou in the list sent to Henry Haring. 'Include a Ulss Bea Cos- rove. She will make certain there no monkey business.'" Bea shrugged. "Near enough." "It would not have done." iel Oak went on, "for you to ave used your full name. Bea osgrove Martin. Wife of Jim •lartin. who had a detective gency. a piece ot worthless land nd no faith in living. Land hicb belonged to his wile. A ie which he refused to realize relonged to ber also. When he ailed in what he felt he should x able to do, he robbed you of lis life." "Leave Jim out o( it," Bea said. 'Jim's dead. 1 shouldn't have left lira alooe. 1 thought be could earn to stand alone U I wasn't here to lean on." "I did not know him," Miguel Oak said. *T know no roan can understand fully another man's actions. To me be is only a de&d man. And. there are many ot those. It was you who brought worry to me. When I first saw you on the Simpatico 1 knew it was hate that filled you. 1 recognized you for a kindred spirit" "I could not see why Jim would choose death to—my love. It wax easier to blame Harding." '1 hated him well." Oak said. "For the needless death ol my younger brother 1 had persuaded' to come here lo work. Blame and batred. We are stupid, and fearful. And we must face too. this difficult Henry Harding. Is he in love with you?" Bea .said slowly, "He trusts me. He hunts a dead mother among the women of the world." "So. And you will tetl him who you are? You will tell him the truth?" "1 don't know. I don't kjiow." <T<» Re Concluded) Concrete culverts, I'Jt Inch to 4* inch, plain or re en forced. Also Concrete Building Blocks cheaper than turn ber for barns, chicken houses, pump houses, tenant houses, lool sheds. We deliver. Call us for free estimate . . Phone 691.

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