The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 10, 1949 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 10, 1949
Page 11
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FRIDAY, JOTffl 10, 1M* BLTTOBVILLB (ARKJ COURIER HEWS PAGU ELEVEN. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Our Boarding HOUM with Moj. Hooplc VisfcJnsfcy Expected To Reject Suggestion That 'Blockade' fnd By The Associated Press Russia's Andrei Y. Vishinsky is expected to reject today an American -suggestion that the "little blockade" or Berlin lie ended by Monday. U.S. Secretary of State Dean Acheson made the proposal yesterday at the foreign ministers conference in Paris. It Is part of the bargaining and counter-play between Russia and the West in an effort to reach an economic and COMIiGHT «r MUCK U> THK STOKVi •«• C*M«r«vc. «m- • »U»A*.1 thai the 4*»Ub *r Mllr Warrr-B •« Spear* I»la»4 WM •>•!- cl*1«. ***• I* the- • •dtrcr*«*4 • l<»reh*MKr *• «*Mrch •>! • !**• «f blood. Lilly 'm katy wa» !<>••• tm m ?mr «r ihr fuMlevlar railway r*»- HI«K i* *fc« vlurc ••»«•». Bv« I* •Mr primed !• Mi«M*L Oak. bo»l wfck'fc r l.Ulr. M«b*l Filth !• the ibr *tor*h*m«e ki»»rr »f • A»h vrller bre«jrk* • J««« »••« ** l*»4. O»L ha4 s different from my plan. 1 bad lought of an older woman." He sounded so embarrassed, >ca decided to help him out bc- ore he retreated into himself and aLked no more. "You're speaking FM and AM 7 Tubet Plus Rectifier Listen to (he Ball Game In Noise-Free Comfort $5 DOWN $5 A MONTH kraihrr'v •*cl*c»i*l death «• tbr UlMMd. Oak adacila «• Me» thai he la »«l a ftahenaiaM, *at a law- 7«r. B*« aaowa hla> a •cr«l»b*d «p«i *• ib« fluar »t paaaaKr* tm (he •t« f Miss SUrk?- "Why how did you know?" h« emanded in surprise. Miss Cosgrove stifled her first impulse and said, "A woman nderstands those things." She ounded hammy even to herseli, ut Harding relaxed. D R EI FI S' ul Drtifm .. . War Diaa^ S»«*jr* laJaad awake. • • • XXIV OEA COSGROVE mumbled something about wanting some air until she saw he was not listening." "Oh yes, of course," he said absently. Henry Gough Hardmj stood up. "Come with me. An< we must be careful not to disturb Miss Stark." He picked up candle from the table, led the way into the tower room. Miss Cosgrove heard a rustle from Mollie's bed. She looked back, saw the girl's eyes n tightly shut Bea smiled grimly. Harding hK not glanced toward the cot. Sh followed him through the almost bare second story room with its cot, the case of rifles and a stna! trunk for clothes. She could no- help remembering Lilly Warren. - The top room was filled with modern and highly efficient look trig radio transmitter. The nex flight of stairs was even steeper almost a ladder. Harding threw open a trap door, then reachec down to light her way onto the flat roof of the square tower. Bea evaded his helping ham squirmed through the opening b herself. "I had to talk to someone. Fv done a great deal by myself, an now I'm thinking seriously of tak ing a vital step. Vital for the future if Speare Island, in a wa I came and I took it,* His voice was querulous. "I had to take my chance, didn't 1? . How could I know . . ." He stopped and began on a new tack. "But now, 1 have Speare Island. I will make it a monument to her. A living monument. "Now I'm going to ask a great favor of you. 1 feel you will b« honest though it may mean an ac- FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BY MERRILL BLOSSEE Let's Try M if they w«r« mostly Democrats? Do you always h«v« to tell them you couldn't scrape up enough to get married till Coolidge got in?" TIC LABO S«4T OOP«5 Of . MANAMA MCVf& CAME I NATION'S TOP SIMGER.S BUT TWS \ NOT r "S*Y 6EEM .1 OONT T?u_ YOU VVHAT/ i KNOW SONK o* MAYBE i CANSeT THEM TO TAKE AT LEAST A LOOK/ 'HE had lo remind herself »he was talking to Henry Cough larding, master of Speare Island, nd not a present day teen-ager, mt the adolescent of a generation igo when knighthood wan in lower. 'I knew you'd understand," Warding said. "From the very first 1 recognized that quality in you. Look, Mis* Cosgrove, you nay not believes this. But I really laven't had much actual experience with women. . . . You understand, don't you?" "I understand," she murmured. "I knew you would. Even though you yourself cannot be worldly. [ had to leave school in the middle of my second year of high school and from then until 1 was 35 1 had to work hard.- Mother was * semi-invalid you see. She was so gentle and sweet, and would try 10 do things for herself so i would have a chance to go out. She insisted once 1 enter a boxing tournament. I did. The first night I went she fell and hurt herself, i blame myself, but she forgave me. 14 And a f ter-—af ter she passed away it was difficult for me. . I tual sacrifice on your part. Tell me, what do you think about Mailie and me?". • # • OEA COSGROVE turned toward ^* the white blur of his lace, met the demands of the moment with a theatrically outlhrust band. Her voice was low. '"You must look into your own heart for the answer." "I understand," he said sotnber- 17. "And thank you for putting truth above your own wishes." Bea hurried down the steep steps of the tower, in the lower room a candle burned now and its light fell softly acrosa the face of Mollie Stark. She opened her eyes, taw Bea Cosgrove and sneered. Bea would nave enjoyed an old- fashioned hair pull at the moment, but she went to her own room. Bea went to the window, stared out into darkness that swirled, grew gray, became a picture of the suoswept dockside ot so long ago. In that past she leaneo. again over the rail of the converted liner and waved to Jim below. Her last sight of Jim was etched on her mind. She'd been so proud. Jim would get bold of himself when she wai no longer there for him to lean on. Many times in loneliness she had called up that picture to reassure herself she bad done the right thing. Before she, had learned at Jim's death. She had been so sure Jim would learn to know himself as she knew him. PRISCILLA'S POP Not Him BY AL VERRIEER MR. BOTTS 15 HAVING A BATTLE WITH H15 WIFE.' I'M WATCHING/ : OR GOODNESS 5AKES, WALDO; WHAT YOU DOING? SHAME ON -«U...mDlNS BEHIND THE DRAPES.' IF YOU MUST WATCH, DO IT OPENLY.' AND BE MISTAKEN .FOR A SNOOPr I SHOULD 5AV NOT .'I VIC FLINT Poised BY MICHAEL O'AIALLEY «nd RALPH LANE" realized fully what I had lose" His voice took on a deeper timbre. "But 1 had to go on. L had to make something of my life. 1 owed k U> her. "Then the war »nd good times came. People changed EOT the wars*. 1 began to make a Little money and the women were so hard and mercenary. My chance She forgave Jim everything but not realizing hia true worth. Forgave . - - T She remembered Harding's ton* of voice when he said. "But an* forgave me." Bea shook her head violently. There would be no forgiveneaa from her for Henry Hardingl (To Be ConUMed) political igreement on Berlin and all Germany. MINNOWS WHITE RIVER SHINERS and GOLD FISH • G. C. Hawks 328 E. 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I'UE SEC tlHAT TMEV WERE AFTER. /HS«E[> IN MTU PISCES WITH A LONG BUGS BUNNY Rent a Camera for Color Pictures The idea) waj to remember •pertaJ occ*linns. Also other types af tarn- cru for rent. BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Phone 3M7 aa BEN WHITE & SONS GENERA, MAIM OFFICE NORTH TENTH FINE CARS & TRUCKS AT A FAIR PRICE 1948. Ford Super Deluxe 2-door ..__ 1948. Plymouth Special DeLuxe 4-dnor _ 3947. Chevrolet Fleetmaster 5-Passenger Coupe.. 1946..Ford Super DeLuxe 5-Passengcr Coupe .. IM7 Klatfehtker ;;-Ti»n. has radio, healer, mil rack. 1*47 Stmlehaker Ui-Ton In excellent condition. 1M« Owlet Hi-Ton Cak and Chassis, ha* new mnl*r. IHt l>«4ge m-Tm, a |Md trwk with an excellent 12 ft. More For/i'«r Mode/5 to Choose From Chamblin Sales Co. > P. > rUilrmd ft Ash Friendly SlooeUker Dealer" Phone 8S» TUDilAKEM TILL WE LEAEW WHAT THIS 15 ALL ABOUT, ID PM>LOCK ' WHOLE BUU.DIW; I'LL PUT SOMEONE ON THE JO& NOW, THEM RUN EA«V OUT TO LEW VEP. THEtl M.LWE DO 19 FIND DA RCOOLE ORVILLE! HOW HI*TA SPOT TH' RIGHT Art Wilh a Messago WHAT'S TH' Of TH-THAT OUTFIT? WO YA EVER Mt SUCH A FEELtrV FtR UN6 A*! 1 COLOR? ALLEY OOP Out on the BY V. T. HAML1N HOW r GET TO THE I MINP. AJE PORT z WEKE 6011*5 &»vCK AND LOOK FO1Z. THE 5W>sN' HEX IT.' A THIRTY FOOT CRUISER. COUU> BE HARD TO RND ON ALL THAT V^CTER BUB. ID TAKE A / A. PLANE/I PLANE? SURE! IN VET? THATS FUNNY BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Think About What? BY EDGAR MARTIN

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