The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1950 · Page 11
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TUMD'AY, TOT.Y TS, W9B OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Our Boordina House with Moj. Hoopla •LTTTOTTLLE (ARK.V COURIER HEWS LET'S 6N6ftK PAST, BUSTER? I'DHATe -fo ee seen IM , fHvS MOLDV BO. „ _~. . .™ !< COMING OOT OF / OLD SOrSDOLA f A FORfeST * "' "' ' — 6AK10UOO THAT COLAWOCR ON THe EDSe OF THE GARBAGE C*»* SO 1 BROUGHT OUT SOME OF THE TROPHIES Of VOUR. ATHLETIC ABILITY.' Political Announcement The Courier Newi has been author- zed to announce the following candidates, lubject lo the Democratic irimartes. July 25 and August 8 ro« COUNTY'JUDGE Roland Green STATE REPRESENTATIVE I*. H Autry Re-election Past No I lohn .1 Cowan Kenneth S Sulcer Post No 2 Albert A. Banks Post No 2 I, O. "Gene" Fleeman (For it-election Poet No. «) W. P. Wells For Stat« Senator W R Nicholson J. Lee Beard en MEKIFF AND COLLECTOR Osee Nimnallj- . William Berryman I5%OFF On Your Coleman FLOOR FURNACE I Yw fetdl ft Before July 31st THK STOHVt Brraai.*- m\ »m*m uu* Elfli «f »IIMW bill* litr tu Corbt-li. xprrtal l**r t» •*»«»' *«»• money, be n»&r foe winter before the rush. And get the famous Cole»a th»t gives you Automatic Heat-Gleam He»t— W»rm- Fkxw Heat *M A D*MMtw*rwrtoii Today Chas. S. Lemons Furniture For your old ICE BOX or Refrigerator | Regardless of Condition on any 8 Ft. G - E Refrigerator iHubbard & Hoke Applianct Co. JETEEVER gazed at me. I knew that he would be wondering if that anonymous phone call had re- lerred to me. I turned about slowly- "Do you think 1 took McGregor's money, boss?" He stared at me for five full seconds, then answered: "You yourself suggested the use of a frisk .00 bribe suspects." I nodded, still looking him In the eye. "I'll mbmit to » frisk on the spot. But I'm telling you that if you believe Waring's accusation enough to humiliate me with that it's the last job I'll ever do for you!" 1 hoped the cold sweat was confined to my spine. If: Keever made me lubmit to a frisk now, I had in fact done my last job for him Keever finally answered after what had seemed a geological era "No, Ben, I guess [ can coun 1 on you. It isnt the first time you've permitted sentiment to influence you foolishly. Be carefu after this. Other men, who don' know you as well as 1 do, migh get wrong ideas again." "YouTl serve the warrant for McGregor'i arrest," Waring said to me. I started to go, then turned back. "Just one more question bo«. Did Durbin think up this idea?" I had seen Dr. Durbin slate criminologist, entering Kee ver's office »fter I left it earlier. "It was my idea." Waring spok_ •up. "Durbin did say your report The new Insecticide lincinne Is recommended by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for pe.sts of dairy cows. Make Arrangements Now To Let U» Combine Your Beans tlslnit Self-Propelled Combine Write Boi QQQ, % Courier News FARM LOANS Unlimited Funds — X"tlraclive Terms A Complete Mortgage Service UNITE!) SERVICE & RESEARCH, INC. 81 Mndtson Bldr.. Memphis, Tennes GCORtiK O. VATKS. Rep. Blylheville. Arkansa* A KTTER LAUNDRY For Expert Laundry •nd Dry Cleaning—Call 4474 NU-WA WATERMELONS! Ice Cold 4c Lb. Worm 3c Lb. Conrgloupe* 20c Blytheville Curb Market 130 East Main BET TER. DP YOUK..TOT IM FIRST. BUB! YOU MIGHTGET A SURPRISE ' WAVER EVfli. fC-CL / HOPE T TOO rfcf a WARM! M5 •^^^SSi&ii/^ HMM, RECKON) THIS. DUDE DQfSNT KNOW ABOUT SNOW 6OTAM AUDIENCE, wary .ace. 1 loia .urn ..e shrugged. "1 was afraid ol that, ll's n rotlcn shnme. McGregor can be guilly of nothing more lhan a ternmcal violation ol the law. His intentions wore honorable." couldn't tell him that 1 agreed, "Does she have to take ballet lessons? If it wasn't for all those dancers, we'd get more wrestling on televisionl" lor that would be double-crossing I'HISCll.I.A'S !'()!• I!Y AI, VKRMEER McGregor and after about 10 min- THAT S1RANGE DREAM AGAIN ....ABOUT ALI THn^F .BLONDES CHAINS ME hold oil long enough for me to NOW WHAT D ! ' MAKE WALDO, THAT'S 1LLV flnd bail [or McGrcg ' It certainly won't be more than S10.000. Some of McGregor 1 * friends will put up that much." 1 got Keever on the phone and after Jens talked to nim. figuratively down on his knees, Keever "Don't Icl him out of your Jens look Sylvia with him as they drove oft toward Capital City and Shollie and 1 went upstairs to see McGregor. found him in a bedroom »t the rear of the second floor. HY imCHAKI, O'MAI I.KY and RALPH LANS He sat dismally at T OKAY, MRS. ' KY1.E. YOU'RE ON THE Ale dressed in an old bathrobe and I HAVE NOTHING •V TO S/W. THEN THAT S WHV ALEC'S 'ACCIDENTS" STARTED RIGHT SHE WAS IN YOUR WILL, , AUC-YOU HAD NO RELATIVES. AFTER OUR ENGAGEMENT EVEHTUAllY Silt- PLANNED TO Kill YOU TOR YOUR MONEY. WHEN BOBBY CAME AtONG SHE HAD TO SPEED UP HER PLANS BEFORE YOU CHANGED YOUR Will IM BOBBY'S FAVOR eyes blazed as he recognized us Shelton and nodded coldly. Then he returned his gaze to me. have plenty of company! I won be the only one in a cell!" I exchanged a quick glance with Mind explaining that crack, .His eyes narrowed as the hatred mensiflcd. "You know what I mean! Do you want me to say it in front of Mr. Shelton? CAPTAIN KASY "Go right ahead, Mr McGregor. J!Y l.KSLIE TURNER cell U 1 take you in?" THM DOUBLE-CROSSING SEA DOG 1 . HOPE HE BKOlcE HIS tJECt WHEU HE- JUMPED ! OOMPH...BURKES WONT CHECK US ENOUGH TO SHAP THM TOW LIWE! CEIWW'/.' GOTTA JUMP BEFORE: WE HIT THAT "You are, Corbett! Do you think I'm going to send you $4000 fo OPEW, TH6 TOW CAE HOLES THE SWJD EUTS AS IT RACES DOWN THE LONG Hill.. favorable report on my case, then take a rap?" He spat. "I'll show you that ymi can't double-crosa (To Bt Continued) I Here's One Way To Save Money BUGS liUNNY ACME SCHOOL JU6GUN6 Expert Service Oui'l Heliovc If UY V. T. HAMLIN Trade for a Bcllcr- Driving Used Car - B? 2 Tr1 - JJPITEK, SJGGEST I BiflDSETHiS SEA AS I BOOSED THE RHINE.' EfJT THEY WILL \ rCZ. THE DAV WILL LEARN. CAESA.K ( COVE HOOTS AND HER nUDDIKS BY BDtJAK MAUT1N M*-- -"m^mm^ '-o -^ : ^,-- * =~' S°" .&«M- ""' ^ ad been in ood thing lie was on the job. : had slipped up. Colonel Winton /ould rut] KOU know what that would mem 1 left the olllcc positive Durbm's /isit lo Keever had something to lo with the tieal being pul on Mc- Jregor and that this thing was tied n with those four SIOOO bills. • • • [T was half an hour later when Kay reported thai the warrant vas ready. I went out lo her desk and picked it up, Shcllic Ve used my car to drive niles beyond the cily limits to the McGregor home, one comfortable country places set couple of miles oil the main highway and shaded with elms and maples. I parked at the side of the house, walked around front with Shellip dejectedly following me. 1 rang Ihe bell, and presently Sylvia McGregor answered with n friendly smile at Shellie. "Your father here. Miss McGregor?" I asked. She frowned now. "Yes. but he's lying down. What can you want to see him about? You've already talked to him." "That's right. Miss McGregor. I may as well tell you. I've got'to arrest him." She gasped and stared at me with such deep loathing as I had never seen before. Then glance darted beyond me as rolled up the drive. "Thank- heavens! Here's dad's lawyer!" The car stopped, and Lew Jeris got out. 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