The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1947 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 18, 1947
Page 12
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PAGE .TWELVE BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1947 Fulbright Law ToAMStadenfs .Board Appointed to Handle Expenditure of $7,000,000 Annually WASHINGTON, July 18. (UP) — President Truman appointed a 10- m»ri board of foreign scholarships today to select American student lor study under the Pujbriynl art. The act authorizes cllgioie nations to pay part ot-jSelr surplus property debts to the OJ-.S. thrcugn scholarships for Americans. An estimated $131,550,000 Is n- \«Uable In 22 countries for educational exchanges during the next 20 years Annual expenditure under the program wM be about S7.000.000. The State Department, which will administer the law, said the first students, will start abroad In tUe Pall of 1948. So far 12,000 American students have applied. 5,000 of them veterans who get preference. Appointed to the hoard by Mr Truman were Gen. Omar N. Bradley, veterans administrator; U. S Education Commissioner John \V Studcbaker; Francis Spanieling, Nov. York commissioner of education; Ellen C. White, professor of English University of Wisconsin; Laurence Duggan, director of the Institute Of International Education; Erne,I O. Lawrence, professor of physic*, University of California; Sarnh Blandlng, president, Vassar collegej Walter Johnson, professor of history, University of Chicago; Charles S Johnson, president, Fisk University and Martin p. McGulre, Dean Flyweight Flyer WAltMNG ORDER IN THE CHANCKity - COUHT < IIICII.VSAVVBA I) 1 S T K I'C 'I', M1SS1SSHT1 COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Carl Sandberg. Plaintiff, vs. No. 10,141 ' vfarsruel Snndbcrg Defendant. The defendant. Margaret, 5andl>erj> ..•i hereby warned to appear within Iliiity days In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint, of the pl'alntlff Carl Sumlberg. " U.iled I Ills 10 day of July, 1047 HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk ny .IJetty Smith, D. C Claude F. Cooper, ally, for Plaintiff / 7'11 J8-25 8-1 limes larger than the Urodes Scholarships. Thirst Quenchers* Weighing only US pounds, (Ins new [Joeing turbo-jet engine is believed to he the smallest of its type ever built. The ermine, which develops 150 pounds of Ihrust, is 29 inches long with a maximum dinmeler of 'il inches. A T,' 2 -inth liubine wliec), driven by rapidly expanding exhaust Kascs, produces the power. Above, u Boeing worker demonstrates its liRht weight. 01 (he Graduate School, Catholic University of America. Sen. J. W. Fulbright, D., Ark., a Rhodes Scholar and author of the net, said at a press conference that the prouram should -be about 20 DEBTH of a tD by Hilda LawrciKc;D;'Jribuied by NEA SERVICE, INC Tlin STOHYl lliilh Mlllrr. n MltMKiHf nt lIlnckimin'N ili>ii:irl- niriit Wlorr, bilk tn-cn luukliiK f'T- »«ra t<> movliiK Into nil «tlrncll\v n»l4rnt-f > lull (or Klrl». Hill <hf Tlfir-n fcir. She ^v^llll» 111 l»-n»v ' next dn>- liut the weekly SunUny ndi-rii ClrcumHliinrcH LirfW •|PC nftrrtvnrds unil VHi»tlirr nlKhl. Slir lion o< TcturnliiK ,i-ran on test. In-fr rnviili- MI Jhn with hrr. Uiitb *o i:u <<» tkc vIuj Mtruet. Mlw K Hull* l>;ii- x In. tU-vlili' ipron ran out of the dining room, i woman with a bright smear of blood-on her bib. Her hand flew o her mouth in terror. The crowd 'ell back and surged forward igain, leaving her alone on the outskirts. She saw Miss Small speak to Mrs. Fistcr and then i;o over to the desk. Mrs. Fister led Ihe woman away, shrugging her massive shoulders. Someone said, The chef cut his hand, that's all.'' htiul, but when she turned theie was no one near. Only a doll in > rubber sneakers who was looking the other way. A long line oC dolls, noisily cracking the whip, came screaming down the center of the door, and the doll in sncal;- crs dragged her out of the way. She was Hung against the ofiicc railing. For Complete Protection Against All INSURADLE HAZARDS Phone 3545 W. J. POLLARD AGENCY Glencoe Hotel Bldq. 124 W. Ash St. Supfr rockets will Iravri! Jtislcr Production of glycerine .Ingre- aml more iicvurivlcl) 1 when equip- (ilemt of cosmetics and explosives. pcil wldi a new 'ball-and-iicc'Jic bearing device wliich generates '•<• swirling flow of discharge (jases. readied on nil-time high of 69,000,000 pounds in the first four montJis of 1947. Club 61 Blythcvlllc, Arkansas Highway Gl North Dine and Dance Couples and Parties Only w. Open 6 Nights Weekly Owned By A. (Red) Bickersiaff and George For Reservations Telenhon* 844 Ford "He has n new car and we could practically live in that after we're married—cj». course we might take a few —,i-a«i^n_u. 1 . .meals and ilcep here!" FRECKLES fc HIS FRIENDS 1'anic Is On By MERRILL BLOS3ER A N iinn •"- reached rriHE lobby was already filled. •*- Someone had started the phonograph in the lounge and the dime- ing had begun. Miss Brady and Miss Small were wearing gray tharkskin suits, exactly alike. Miss Brady stood halfway up the stnirs and watched the milling figures with a smile. Miss Small moved Irom doll to doll, making wrong guesses and leaving n trail of laughter when she moved on. Miss Plummcr, railed in at desk and switchboard, looked harassed atid pleased, in wrinkled chartreuse satin. Mrs. Marshall-Gill, in purple: velvet with matching orchids, ^isatiin'a chair by tile lounge door •and/bowbd-.right'and.-left, happily unavvare"pi;_snubSi'- : polls everywhere, leaning" against each other, flopping, falling. Dolls like herself, cut from the same pattern, identical. Someone brushed by and whispered, "Get a load of Fistcr guarding the punch." Moke or Poke. They know me, she thought in a panic, but then she remembered Moke's 'provident mole. Outside the dining-room door Mrs. Fister loomed over the table that held the punch She moved in that direction. She called it a clever move because i was misleading. As she' drew near the pimcl bowl, someone' in a white kitchen A PPARENTLY it wasn't serious. The mauls, who were helping Mrs. Fislcr, went on as if nothing had happened. One of them cnr- riccl a cup of plinth to Mrs. Marshall-Gill. Miss Small went upstairs. Miss BiEKly said something to Mrs. Marshall-Gill and she tot disappeared, in the direction ol the kitchen. She \vns desperate now. Thi WEIS her chance, she'd never hav a beUc-r one, hut Mrs. Marshall- Qill was too near the entrance. She forced herself to circle the lobby again. Miss Plnmmcr was at the switchboard, looking distracted, trying to set 'a number, and making futile little dabs at passing dolls while she pleaded, Please, operator, try again; oh, oincbody help me, one of you girls, please—" Another circle nround the lobby, and she saw Mrs. Marshall-Gill cave her cho^iv and troys to the elevator. There was almost n clear lath to the front door, not clear L-nough tn make her conspicuous aul exactly right. She gave the crowd a last survey and planned the final move. She would walk along the ollice railing and examine the mailboxes; then a short, diagonal cut to the lounge door; then another short cut to the street door. Slowly, easily, not more than five minutes at the most. She was between the dining room and the office when she started. Once she thought someone pressed too closely from bc- chartrciise satin ed out aad clutched her houtdcr. "You," Miss Plutnmcr aid, "you're not doing anything, ire you? 1'vo got to have help ml everybody's so selfish. ChcE cut himself and they want llrsl aid mil how am I to Ket it when everyhudy runs away! Slip up to Mrs) l-'islev's room like u good girl ind get me the iodine and haulages, bedroom closet, top shelf, marked. If the door's locked, you Ko right on up to Miss Brady's, there's an extra supply there. In the bathroom, and her liber's bound to be open. Never locked, flurry, that's a good girl." "Miss TCi'ady's rooni?" she repeated dully. "1 don't know where it is." » Miss riummcr gave her a sharp look. ''Don't know where Miss Urady's—oh, 1 see. Well, naturally you wouldn't know. Eighth lloor, room 1)OU. Mrs. f'ister is 202. Please, dear, there's no time to lose." ' No time to iose, she said to herself, no time to lose, no time to lose. Mrs. Fistcr's door was locked. She tried Miss Plummcr's door. Locked too. She turned in despair and ran for the stairs. No elevator low, even to save time; no clcva- or now at nny price.. Gel there nil get back before Miss Plummet complained about IHilh Miller's icing slow, before Miss Plummcr said Ruth Miller hacl gone upstairs. She'd given herself away to Miss Plummcr. She climbed, breathless, trembling, holding on to the railing, looking ahead as she always did, forgetting to look bEick. Behind her another doll climbed, slowly, without cfforl, sometimes looking down over her shoulder hut never looking up. ' The second doll wore sneakers. 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