The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 30, 1950 · Page 19
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 19

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 30, 1950
Page 19
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 80, Our Boordmg House with Moj. Hoople OUTQUR WAY 6y Wfc Wiili BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WORD,SIR.' t) SE^eR 9UGG6STIOUS THAT IT voue* is ASSTBOJ6 'AS BOIL- MS LAVA/—T'M SCAR6DIB DRlMKtt •—• I've NlMURA. LEFT AMD I WAtJT TO.MAMG OTHCC WAVS A ' .HEADACHE B&SlD£S ^gftS*}^"-***** \^IL6 WE HAD- ; MILKIW SUTTS 1 TH6V HURRVTHRU ' VACAMT THEN THREAP Jtf FAR/? DO YOUHAME ,^{ HOT WATER te? ^f FACILITIES SO YOlJSl ^\ CAM DILOT6 IT, ' <<\ OR WOULDN'T^a .THAT OCCL1R TO YOU , EH, ME. BUSINESS THE HISTORY STUPEWT Charlemagne scut Christian mis- New Mexico's ancient capital city, - sionaries to Bremen, Germany, in , Santa Fe, is situated at an altitude of over 1,000 feet. Former Countess Likes the Farm ABBOTTSFORD, B.C.—f/l')~Ol)ce a mtmbtr of the French underground and twice sentenced to de:uh by the Germans/ the former Com- tesse rte Dampierre—now Mrs. Lloyrt Moore—U enjoying life on a dairy f»rm near here. She was first married to Count De Dampierre. who fought in the French army until France fell and then returned home to join the underground with his wife. He failed to survive torture by the Gestapo, dying in a boxcar on his w»y to exile In Poland. The former countess was also captured and was shunt»H from pri?aft.^to prison. She managed 'o MC Ws> the "ring squad twice and survived torture rather than give away her friends. She finally escaped from a bus carrying her to Poland and managed to stay out of the enemy's reach until her country was liberated. Two years later she met and married Moore, at the time, serving with the/American Army it the Nurenberg trials. They came here in 1948. Wholesale Public Housing Unit Set tTEW YORK (AP)—The number of peraoni now living in public Homing'In''New'York City exceeds the population of good sized cities. Gerald J. Carey, executive director (rf.lhe New York City Housing Authority, reporting on construction, has announced that •ince World War II, a total of 36.000 new apartments have been completed with 90 per cent of the tej^its: being veterans. ^gludlng projects built before the war, this makes the authority landlord for 53.000 families, or more than 200,000 persons. Eleven more projects for which contracts have be«n awarded and 14 others with preliminary approval bring the city'» prop-am to 87 big developments providing apartments for 101,000 families. More than 380,000 application* are on file. WHY PAY FANCY PRICES FOR GOOD WHISKEY? change to smooth... it's smart s our jamil)-i whiskey, neighbor —mill neighbor il's yanr buy! Tile population of South America averages n.7 .persons per square mile. $2.65 full pint The wise choice is : Wiiken Whiskey! It's fine whiskey—with mellow country-style flavor exactly as you like it. Tonight... si|> a nip of Wiiken... so smooth it's positively silken. FOR SALE Concrete culverU, IZ Inch to 4( Inch, plain or reinforced. Also Concrete Bujldtn» Block, cheap, er Ihan'lQtdber for barm, chlcktn housei, pump house*, tenant homes, tool sheds. H'e deliver. Call •• for fre* eatimaU. OSCEOLA ! TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone Ml . WE BUY AND SELL USEDSNEW FURNITURE HOW DOES THE WAR NEWS LOOK TO YOU? Let's face Ihe facts. We believe (hat (he current crisis will soon affect Ihe nulomohile industry. Used car prices w . rise-perhaps *. nuich as $50 to $150 in a V erv short time \\ e h«,pe we're wrong, but we think lodav is the Urne to buv a good used car at a |« w price. What do vou thiTk' 10-19 Lincoln Sedan, radio, 5 heater & llvdiamalic ., ____ 1912 Oldsmnhile, a nice car, -S Hydramafic drive IfllS Nash, a nice car... you name the price f9-IO Chevrolet Sedan. ..a terrific value O*fC Of 3 lf)17 Lincoln with overdrive, $OOC radio & healer ..... . ____ .. 093 19il Cadillac, has radio & heater. . .now only ........ IT'S WISE TO CHOOSE A GOOD CAR NOW AT STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO Walnut at First B* Success ANoTHr sunus -uotjst is 6RFATCAESAR/X "My husband says I sho year, to save wear and ld be the one to play Santa this tear on the pillows— lie's quite a wit!" I'KISCl.l.A'S PO BY AL VERMKER ' JLJ'S AT HIM, WALDO 1 ANOTHER ' BLACK EYE! GOSH/ POR I COULDN'T HELP IT! LESTER TOLD AGGIE ORYAN "THAT HER FRECKLES LOOKED FUNNY TO HER RESCUE TlKE A TRUE GENTLEMAN NO... i AGREED WITH LESTER AND THAT'S " WHEN SHE SMACKED THE BOTH OF US! Trip With Louie ... TH6 MTKOOUCEP B*5TBUCC< LOUIE. TO 6WTTCHEK. RASTPLtK.^CALLING ON VVAWTS ID WJ1U7A KIC75'\ FASTBUCK HOSPITAL AV TH«nS HOW THEVEE GONVA PHONE 2112 FARM LOANS CAPTAIN EAS Slie Cut It Over Cates Wigifs Co. • RKALTOKS • Phon» 4751 Blrlharlll* 0». MR.MclCEE'. THIS ~ -i- (.H IHE G05SIPCOLUWN w TOOAVS PAPER ^~^«%£X ^^^^^ C oQPl llrft W "*'' BUGS BUNNY First Principle I WEALLV DON'T KNOW ANV THING ABOUT FOOTBALL, BUG5.' BY V. T. HAMLIN MV SOSH. OSCAR, 1 NEVER EVEN FELT A JARJ V/E MUSTA MISSED THAT PLANETOID/ HOLY COW, WE V/EHIT \ BUSTED IT / IT'S A INTO A, /MIRACLE.: )r S THAT MAN AQWN I HE'S ASKIN'IF . TURM BACK TO EARTH/ Whal Did You Say? BY EDGAR MARTIN Call 4333

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