The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1950 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1950 f BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COUBIER NEWS PAGE THIRTEEN OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House with maj. Hoople A PAIR OF PERFORATED SOCKS WRAPPED |M A . B AND ANNA, CAftJoR f ~~ THANK6! MW/8E I'LL BlW MEr A NEW CAP HfA! IT'S MICE TO IN EG AO, BURKS ; NETT6D *7/6 FKO,v\ TO A KINO MAS) BUT I CANT HELP WHO HE <3LJR CLASH VJITH JAKE'S ESKIMO VS'HICH MEArOS YOU COMING.' H6R6 YOU ARE LITTL& BUMDLE-. EM PLEASANT TRANS ACTION VJEARIM' IS 6YPPING A GOAT OUT Of A MEAL ' HOTHER. DEDUCTION COMING '= i-IZ BOKN THIRTV •jf^KS' TOO SOOM FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS—BY MEHRILL ULOSSER Ready, Aim,. 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Ixjst one black mule fc one blua mule, W. F. J'itZKeralU. North Division St. Ph. 4604. 6|8 pfc S|ll Lost Lady Elgin yellow polrt watch, hlnck cord bund. Reward. Airs. Marvin Nunn, Phone 2643. 6'S dh «!I3 For Improved KIDNEY FUNCTION In a majority of cases Investigated In several hospitals and clinics, subnormal Kidney function wal improved. Bladder pain and discomfort reduced after the use of Mountain Valley Water. If your doctor has diagnosed your condition as functional Kidney impairment this natural, untreated mineral water may be very beneficial. Try it for a few weeks. H h delicious, pure-tasting, and moy b« consumed freely. Crosstown Whiskey Shop Main & Division Mountain Valley J Water ~^ •"PllE police had finally succeeds -^ in moving back the crowd so tha thn four of .them were in a HUlc oasis on the sand, Gloria and Mil- tiadcs, Lieutenant McGann and the dead Snl, Gloria shivered. "Sh look drugs," Gloria murmured. The lieute/sant looked at he sharply, his eyes hard. "You kne\ her?" he snapped. Whatever she said he wouldn* believe her now. "I saw her th: morning on the sidev/alk on Fift Avenue, arguing with (.he plain clothes man. I don't know h name. The one you -sent to—cr— protect vis. Sammy, the newsboy, told me her name." "Is the ambulance here?" Lieu- tennnt McGann asked a blue- uniformed patrolman, who nodded. "Good. Get the pictures and then"have an autopsy. Ask Doc to phone my ofiice how long she's jjeen dead." He turned to the Browns, ordering crisply, "You two get your clothes on and wait for me in my car." A policewoman had appeared (rum thin air and she took Gloria's , bqre arm and they started for the | bathhouse with the crowd shoving and pushing to get a glimpse of her. "She's got my key!" a woman's voice screamed and the (at woman from the Bronx tried 16 push closer screaming she wanted her bath- jkey, while a cop held her bock. loria explained to the police- •omnn what had happened and it ounded just as unbelievable as very thing else, hut a policeman vent and got Gloria's lunch basket nd the rug and told the fat female he could have her key when they ot through with it, but to stop •elling and what was her name? "Why should I give my name? ain't done nothinkE" she yelled. But finally she divulged her name ind a Bronx address, "Snm," she yelled. "Spit out that sandwich! "VI ay be it's poison yet!" She gathered her brood about her, glaring at Gloria. "Come Sam, Molly. Is no place for decent peoplel" Miltiades was waiting for her v'hen she got in the police car, a rig black limousine, Milliados said bitterly, "The whole Atlantic Ocean to nick from and we had to choose this particular beach!" tiades. You'll just make yourself i laughing stock. His father is Prof. John Nemo Brown, head of the department of classical drama at a big college in Boston and his second cousin once removed married a Cabot. I tell you, the Browns mean something in Boston!" "The McGanns mean something in Brooklyn," the lieutenant told her grimly. Dto XHJ HAVE TO BRING Tllir UXID-MOU1MED Now alt he has to do Is get a job "and the^var wilf be over for us!" "There's your C.I. rfarfdy getting his diploma vin f PIUSUII-LA'S POI 1 I i An Eye to the Future »Y AL VERMEER R," said Gloria slowly, "someone else picked it to murder poor Sal because we were handy goats again. Why should anyone h.itR us that much, darling? It couldn't be coincidence twice," "You're darn tooiin' it couldn't," Lieutenant McGnnn said, opening the car door and sliding into the little seat in front of thorn so he could sit facing them. "Yon say Snl was fighting with Hanscn? The plainclolhes mnn," he added. "T suppose you spotted him at the Splcndidc?" "How could I help it—him sticking out like a sore thumb?" Gloria snapped wearily. She might have said more but at that instant the driver asked, "80th precinct, sir?" and the lieutenant nodded. 'Hotnicidc Headquarters," he explained, to Miltiades. "We'll want to keep you tonight maybe to ask you a few questions." "Don't he a moron," Clloria advised, furiously. "There were a million people, more or less, jumping up and down in the water and anyone of them might have stabbed her. You can't arrest J was no more convcrsa- lion until they drew up in front of the Splendide Apartments, and then Militaries urged, "Call the boss and have him send me a lawyer; that's how you can help most, kid. And don't open the apartment door unless you know who's outside, Promise? I suppose," he asked the lieutenant without much hope, "she couldn't go home to her folks in Boston?" The policeman shook his head- 'I'll keep my man on. She'll be okay. And so," he jested grimly, will you. Safe as a nut in its shell." 'The simile applies to you, not me," Gloria told him, furiously. Of all the nut-headed . . . Don't worry, darling," she told Miltiades tenderly. "I'll have you out of there in the flip of a gnat's wing. I have a little idea." "Hey!" Miltiades had experienced her little ideas before and all of them had been slightly unorthodox, not to say, illegal. "She can't get into much mischief when she's tailed," McCann reminded him. "Who's going to stop me from doing what I please? Certainly not your flat-footed minions!" Gloria's cheeks burned so indignantly and her jade eyes flashed till she looked so entirely gorgeously angry that Miltiades felt awed that so much heavily belonged to him. "There is something that even you do not know, Miltiades," she told him proudly. "My grandfather was a Perkins of Beacon Hill, but he married a Gloria Mulligan from East Boston, from whom I got my name, and maybe my brains. And a Mulligan's as good as a McGann any day! Goodby, my darling. But not lor long." (To Be Continued* A hollow rubber ball cut In two, punctured and shoved over the handle of a paint brush, will prevent paint drippings from oozing back. liou'll Love Our Flowers! BLVTHEVILLE FLOWER MART Mempblt (IIw») i'fiimt 6002 WE BUY AND SELL USED & NEW FURNITURE PHONE 2112 We're Proud of Our Work ine work • Woodwork tacturing • Welding BARKSDALE MFG. CO. Machine work Manufacturing "Surprising, the get-up-ond-go it's got smce I had it refinanced at GENERAL CONTRACT PURCHASE CORPORATION," SHOE REPAIRING SAVES MONEY! Prompt Service Expert Workmanship H-fl LTCRS [QUflLITY SHOC SHOF 121 W. M O I M s T.- I Our Telephone Number 4438 Shelton Motor Co. BILL GODWIN SPORTING GOODS Swim Frunks 2.95. Tennis RaqueU Caps of all kinds Jimmit "B" Boats $50 Baseball & Softball Uniforms, alt prices, lettering All types Summer Ath- leic Equipment. ''If It's Sporting Goods, See Us." 421 W. 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W-WHA.TEE SOU DOIW HERE, GKBE? ...SO WE-LJH- NEED VDRE; H6LP 1 , PARD ftFTER LAST NIGHT I'M SATISFIED 1CK' JUST WA1TIW FOK CHANCE TO SKIP ! HE'S 1 SLIPPBEY CUSS, W I CAU'T TRUST KOBOO 1 / ELSE TO WATCH THEM I EECKOH YOU'LL WAUT TO TAKE HIM WITH US TO FIX THAT NIMDMILl IM 1HE SOUTH PASTURE ICKi YOU HOUND, I BKM EXPECT1W THIS! NOW GIT 6ACIC IN THAT PRONTO! BUGS BUNNY I NEVER. SPENT MUCH TIME IN SCHOOL... AN' LOOK AT ME T'PAY/ EHHH, WHAT'S 6ATIN' YA, CICERO? AW, I'ftt SICK O' SCHOOL./ YEK RIGHT, KID/ SCHOOL IS PER POPES.' PHOOEY AN' POUW.S PHOOEYI On the Wariialh THEEE. Y'SEE GU2.T>f WIZER THROWS OUT HIS NECKLACE... THE TROUBLE is ovec: COOVQ CWLW? ov <=>oc\\ Rt&CUt MVb'b VROM

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