The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1950 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 8, 1950 BLri'HBVlLLE (ARK.) COURITO NEWS OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House with Maj. Hoople WHY, SURE--I <30T IN TH' UPSTAIRS' WINDER OWTHAT TO GIT A LITTLE SNACK. WHILE VOU WUZ. OUT.' WHUTS WKOMS WITH THAT? 6AO, JAKE .'I'LL RY ANOTHER • SK1MO WORD OM ME DOWT CATCH-~FIX YOU UP WITH A HOUSE KEY TO WEAR 'ROUND KlECtC LIKE ADO<S DON'T GUK K REGISTER WAH s HE 3IST MEANING BIS MftlJ IK} TBlBe.' THAT'S JftKE'S ESKIMO WRESTLER I lOULD' &BEA 500TH POLE SKlMO 7 Political Announcement The Courier News has been authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic primaries, July 25 and August 8. FOR COUNT? JUDGE Roland Green Our Telephone Number 4438 Shelton Motor Co. R'lticky No. 31 Fescue Pasture Mixtures, Alfalfa, SEED CORN State Certified COTTON SEED and SOYBEANS BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. 1900 W. Main Phone 6856 Hughes Oist. by NEA SUVICE, IHC THE HTOHYi KrtmmtmK <• Till k«r f pri ate dctrrllve RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIR Factory-Trained Mechanics Any Make or Model Prompt Service Reasonable Prices Phone 2642 We Pick Up and Deliver Fred CalHhon 110 So. Firs* St., Rlytheville £r« <i^ w h . . <juv*llon ihr *irl »hc r«>«-M« thai' during Ikr murder iBTCjitJRatlo» warned •nnfhrr deteettvr. P*«r KeUo, (• Blay »way froM Ike lelc- btttdKi-oR Wradrll I»*l»ier, Azalea'* fit t her, to death. TlMiifhy O'Hra, <turrli>rl'a -•NNlMlnnt, rr-vrala lhat KrUtt I* (-'AM bad a« I hey Make 'em.'* Axnlra »•« j»«t left <^Mcrl~ »«!'. oBcr. * * * XIX TyrARTIN QUERIPEL and HarTey Kenyon stood for a long moment lost in the gloom left when Azalea Palmer's bright presence was absence. Queripel broke It with a confession: "I'm curious to see what kind of a man could inspire such a girl to such devotion." "So am I," said Kenyon with such ardor thai Queripel laughed: ' "Jealous?" j "Maybe I am at that," said Kenyon. "You'd hotter come along with me to the jail." . ; There \vas no difficulty about securing the interview. An officer brought Paul Moody Into the conference room and the young sculptor came in almost as heavily and coldly as If He were one of his own statues moving. lie was grim and bitter aad almost petrified with rage and wonder at his own helplessness and humiliation. Queripel introduced himself and Kenyon Rnd said: ."We came at the rqnest of Mis? Azalea Palmer—or rather at. her command." The mere sound of her name brought Moody's whole frame alive as by a miracle- The words "at her command" mobilized his carven features into a smile so .ender and so lovingly amused that joth of (he visitors understood why a girl might love him and believe in him. There was no hint of craft or self-satisfaction in that smiled "How is she? I could kill myself for adding to what she's suffering "or the father she loved as If he were her child — a bitter, brutal child, but her own." * * * T-TIS look of rigid agony turned into a kind of almost laughter as Queripcl described Azalea's descent upon his office, her demand for his help, and her lofty scorn for mere fingerprints. He told of calling, in Kenyon, and Azalea's prayer that Paul accept their services to save her from despair. He added: ; She told me that If I didn't do as she said, she'd murder me. But she gave no orders' to you — only her prayers." "They're orders to me,", said Paul. "I can't pay you much. And I don't know when I can pay you. Of course, my father and mother want to mortgage their home and engage the most expensive lawyers- But I'd rather go to the gas chamber than rob them of the last Httln security they have skimped and scraped to build up all their long lean lives. "One of. the first things I had planned to do, when I got that big commission for the National Electric statue group, was to give theni some comfort, but Azalea's father for some reason of his own, wrecked that hope. Azalea, though', agreed to live with me on my next- to-nolhing. In fact, I came back to ray studio to telephone her to meet me and get married that very day. But I was arrested and— here I am instead of on my honeymoon." "Tell us just what happened," said 'Queripel. "And remember one thing. As I told your A/alea: *Nevcr lie lo your doctor or your lawyer' needs one amendment: 'Never try to deceive your detective.' Tell us just what otjcuricd as you saw it." * * »' T>AUt, hesitated a moment to collect and arnmge his thoughts. Then he said: "I got the bad news that I had lost my big commission just as I was going into a tennis tournament. Well, I was pretty hot under the collar. I couldn't even finish the set. 1 had to be a bad sporl^ and default. 1 "As a last resort I went to see Azalea's father. 1 wos angry as hell, but couldn't have killed him. no matter what he said or did. What good would it have done me? It wouldn't have won the commission back. It would have robbed me of my—of Azalea—as it has already done. "I took a bus to the nearest corner and walked to the house. The old man was alone. He answered the door riimself." "Did anyone see you go in?" ;aid Queripel, "Yes. I saw a woman looking out of a window. And a boy and a girl roller skating ran slambnng into me., 1 laughed and they watched me go up the steps, then they rolled away. "The old mnn answered the bell and didn't want to let me In; but I pushed him back and insisted on 1 being heard. "He was in an unusually ugly mood and seemed to have something else on his mind. What it was I don't know except 1 remember his saying, 'Everybody U after my money, Ypu and—and— well, that's none of your business. Why don't you go and earn some honest money instead of trying to be s parasite,on other people?' "He'-was-old, and Azalea's lather, and I answered gently: "That's just what I'm trying to do, Mr. Palmer. How would you have felt .when you earned your first hundred thousand if somebody had snatched It away out of spite?' He merely sniffed and snorted at that" ' (To Be Continued) FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS B* MERRILL BLOSSEB Sold Outl "Miss Krock, is kindergarten worth while? I'd hate to study aft the way up to college and then have the H-bomb bump us •-'*!'* IMUSniTA'S POP~~ Good Intentions OKAY, ns A DEAL! FOR EVERY uce- our, YOU owe ME AM HOUR'S WORK/ FOR EVER/ HOME RUN . I OWE' YOU <5" IM MERCHANDISE / IF You WHIFF LIKE -you DID IN TbGtr HIM AS ATrAM SPONSOR WE CAN BWLOUT OUR. UNIFORMS NOW/ Mow you GOTM LOOK. I'LL MAKE PAY DEMURRAGE-1 A DFALWI7U STORAGEr / YOU.' WE GOT IS { /ROOM FOR ONE SPONSOR. GRET in*r J. HAVE eur ONE C*kY OP UISURE Tt> AND IF J. STRIKEOUT, IU BY AL VERMEEH PRISCILLA! WHEN YOU UP AT NIGHT, WHV MUST YOU SLAM DOORS AND STOMP YOUR FEET? SO YOU WON'T THINK IT'S A BURGLAR 1 VIC FLINT How He Did It WHEN THE TtME CAME FOR THATXYES, MK \ 'CALL FROM CHICAGO* 5CROBE / FLINT. BUT ^ TOOK OVER THE SWITCHBOARD. 7 I NEVER 15 THAT CfGHT? f\ WOUtD llAVf IfT HIM If-- ISV MICHAEL O'MALLEY and RALPH-LANlT EASTER FLOWERS BLYTHEVILLE FLOWER MART Memphis Hiwaj Phone 6O02 SHEET METAL WORK• — OF ALL KINDS Custom work for grins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to 1/4 inch thickness. ,' Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway I'hone 2B51 Ciiamblin Sales Co. Sates & Service • "Your Friendly Studebakcr Dealer" RAILROAD & ASH PHONE 6888 AMMONIA FERTILIZER EQUIPMENT ^arksdaleMfg.Co. South Broadway Phone 2911 Complete Auto & Interior Work Have Your Seat Covers Tailored Right on the Seats — To assure a Perfect Fit! Door panels covered (o suil your laste. Have that torn and dirty head lining replaced with a new one in origin;!! material. All work designed to bring oul the beauty in your car. We also upholster any type furniture. Phone 8119 for free estimates SMITH MATTRESS CO. Phone 4819 Blytheville Air Base "Free Pickup & Delivery" K.EROStNE and FUEL OIL G.O.PoetzOilCo Phone 2089 For Expert Laundry and Dry Cleaning—Call 4474 NU-WA YOU COULDN'T HAVE KNOWN. SCBOBE THEN CALLED MRS. SAYBROOK,1OlD HER SHE HAD A LOWS DISTANCE CALL, ANC PLUGGED HIK LINE (NTO1HI5 fXIENSION PHONE IN HIS OFFICE. THEN HE CAME BACK HERE AND STARTED PLAV1HG THE BECO8D OF MANGLE'S VOICE. BY PUT TINS THE PHONE CLOSE TO THE SPEAKER, SCB06E FOOLED MRS. SAYBROOK INTO THINKING SHE WAS Amnesia Helps BY LESLIE TURNER OHi GABE! I EECKOW IT'S SA(=& TO COME OU DOWM,,. LOLA SEEM CALMER. WOW' Kf I'M PLUMB MdfcTIFIEO.TOO BUT I CAM'T HEP IT IF I'M A INVALID! J. DON'T AIM TO SPEAK UNK1UPL.V VOBE WIF&, krKi BUT THAT'S TH' ASCERVATIU'EST FEMALE EUEK I ., WELL BE BRAND1N' UP NEftR THE »£l PUSH BOYS' PLflCE fOE SEVERAL PAYS. HOPE THRT DON'T MEAN TROUBLE. I BUGS BUNNY To Be Continued LOOK AT THESE SOCKS I GOT HERE FOR MY HUSBAND.' THEY'RE NO GOOL7...BL/VH, SHRUNK TO NOTHING- BLAH... THEy'BE . . FLU.U OF HOLES.AWAODAYA KNOW SORRY, LAPY. rr's O.OSIN' TIME... A-- 5 ALLEY OOP It Doesn't Stick Now BY V. T. HAMLIN B. ADAMS... MISS ) >ES. SF. Md OOP, EVE ACAMS?y3=ST BIG GAME HOT/COW..' / HUNTEE IN THE BUSINESS-^ EEMARKASLE OJJ5ING __ SEEMS TO STICK ,., MlTTUE/^-S^ L sfeg^^rTT.. M^ BOOTS AND HKR MUDDIES BY EDGAR MARTIN \

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