The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1948 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 15, 1948
Page 7
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SATURDAY, MAY.15, 1948 ' • —- „ „_ ••» * ' 1. i II I't t I J J I J. R. Williams! Our Boording House with Maj. Hoople BI.YTHKVTU.K (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ANYTHING GPT SO MUCH DOWW- RIGHT PLEASURE AS A TXXi ROLUN' IN TH' AT FIR«T I »fc6AD/ FVttWiTlC/ A 3^;j£ *«!«•«> *™* 306T .DOT OH * ^__ „_ _ ,^ AND FIMALLV CAU.tD „,.. T> COMES CLOPPIIJG WOULDW IT LOOK E TO see A STOUT, DIGNIFIED LAOX SUOOINLY STOP AND TAKE OLLON <OUR FRONT LAWM-- HORSES NAMED VITAMIM -~A, VJORRV DESPAIR.' ~ BUT US'* A PtRPECT. FOR 1MB tr* FLY NET.' A MILK CRACklKJG? CDMSV3N' S6MSE Clowson Believes M^horry College Will Remain Open WASHINGTON. May 15.—(UP) — Dr. M. Don Clawson, president of Meharry Medical College, said yes- JVi?*!? 'i llat l *" believes the school »lll be kept open even though the Senate has pigeonholed the South- <wi educational compact bill. The Negro school at Nashville Tenn.. was to have been the lirst college to benefit under the compact of 15 Southern sUt«s for Joint financing of regional jchooli. Advocate* of the bill Mid during Senate debate that failure of Congress to ifive consent to the compact would force Meharry to close. But Clawson said he thought the school could continue although Its future is "not quite certain." 'Meharry. is one place we have proved that Negroes can educate their own people and do as good a Job at anyone," he said. "It must be kept open." He said he hopes the general education board of the Rockefeller Foundation and the Kellogg Foundation of Battle Creek, Mich., will /he Dnnocen By Renee Shonn COPYRIGHT BY REN£E SHANN; DISTRIBUTED 6V NEA SERVICE. INC. taxi coming to and Mia Helen XXXIV 'T'HEY walked along In silence. They saw ward* them, hailed K. - "Liverpool Street Station pleas*." "Mop hi. lirr." Miss Helen bristled. "What i nic« friendly driver,' murmured Misa Ali«. Misa Helen ignored her. She stared out of the window. Not for worldt would she let ;, M sister know that she was wondering ii perhapt after all she agreed with her. Was she perhapj just a little too strict with Patience? Alice, of course, would be a perfect tool over her. She'd let her do avery single thing she wanled. K was Charlotte'! reference to her mother that wai worTing her. Ertelle had been kept under strict lock and key. And Patience was —-"- f CCA, jvnt-vi., win -"« i«v. .puia salience was letsTk'f " nanclal aid for at | terribly like her. Much more --. -..*..* »>iia.iii;iai Alu leist k few months beyond July i They have given notice of with- djtftfing their aid. Wawson s«id he also hopes Political i Announcements Tfi* "Courier ' Newi " has been authorized to announce the foliow- ? idat< Y i ' <ubject to th « * p '" rlM ' July " and . COUNTJ TREASUHER Frank Whitworth COUNTY COURT CLERK Elizabeth Blythe FOR CORONER E. M. HOLT FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Herbert T. Shlppen fcTATE REPRESF.NTATIVJ Jlmmie Edwards L. H. Autry H. R. "Bud" Fisher Leslie N. "Dukie" Snetk For County Jadf* Roland Qreen Fielder Peery For . Circuit court Clerk Harvey Morris CONSTABLE <Ch!skasawaba Township) J. Robert Croukno j • •"•- ••*,!,. ITILIUIL uiurc so indeed than Charlotte. Estelle had been quirt *nd docile. No one at home had ever dreamed in thoce far-off days th»t she was meeting that dreadful man night after night, crawling down the rainwater pipe to get to him after all the rest of the family bad gone Supposing she'd been given more freedom? . Allowed to meet whom she pleased? Allowed to bring her young men to the house? Why, then, she might not have thought him. halt 90 wonderful! They reached Liverpool Street and found that they'd have to hurrj in order to calch their train. They'd been at Charlotte's far longer than they'd realized. •Have you everything?" asked Miss Helen frostily. Mis« Alice looked around her Her .uitcase. Her umbrella. Her library book. The paper parcel of plants she was bringing for the garden. Yes, she had everything. "i think so, Helen." "Better be sur«. You know bow forgetful you are." • • • jyf ISS ALICE gave one final look in the taxi. Miss Helen paid (he man and bade him a curt food evening. "Cheerio,* he called after her. Mis« Al'c* followed her sisltr through trt* press of people, thinking how good it would be to be home aga-.n. Thit, she supposed, was the i-ush hour. It was really a little frightening. Everyone pushing and bustling. She felt the string of her brown paper parcel loosening in her hand. SiM tried to retrieve 1C "I say, let me help!" The plant* wer« strewn all around her. But instantly a Ull, pleasant-looking young man was coming tc her rescue. "Alice, we really can't wait." "But, Helen, I went to such trouble to get them:" "I think that's the lot," aaid the young tnaa. "Her*, >«< m» do them up for you." "Oh. thank you, I'm ia web a hurry." "Alic*l- c«Ued Miw Httaa Imperatively. "I'm j«j«t coming. Ob, rwliy you're most kind." Misn Alice took the parcel, and went to pick-up her suitcase again. But the young man wa* before her. "Let m«..carry it tor yow We'll get along m or« quickly. Which train are you catching?" "The 6:30 to Oakley." Swift interest sprang to his eyes but Miss Alice was too flmlired lo notice H. "So am I," h* said. -At least 1m going farther on. We'll hava to be slippy, you know." Miss Helen, hurrying on ahead! paused • moment to shift her suitcase from one hand to another T..H 1 K>y ' let m€ uke that a » well. ItU sort of balance things." Miw Helen made a grab it "Oh, no, 1 couldnt let you " _ "Non«en»«." H« grinned M her impudently. "You'd better, you know. If you want to catch that train. Look, I'll hare on and save you a couple of seats." Southern states will take over the support of Meharry without Congressional approval ol the compact Opponents of the legislation contended that consent of Congress WHS unnecessary. ' hurried after him, puffing *nd blowing. The ticket collector shooed them barrier. Train's just going." The young man was waving to (hem frantically. He had seals, it would seem, in the very last compartment. He came running towards them and grabbed Mist Alice by one arm, »nd Miss Helen by the other. And with one last effort they made it The guard slammed the door of their carriage. Paul glanced up ai the two suitcases he'd Bung onto the rack. He could read the labels on them even though they were upside down. Miss Helen Melville. Miss Al,c« Melville. Holy smokel So these really were th«' two old dragons! Miss Alice sat back in her corner and laid a hand ovw her heart. "You all rlghlT" he tsked anxiously. "Oh ye*, thank you. It'j just— I'm not very used to hurrying." "Let me op*o UM window • little more." Mis* Helen looked at the young man who'd been «o helpful and decided he was really very pleat- ant. He was extremely nice- looking too. And he'd got men charming manners. He was clearly the sort o< young man any young girl might fall in love with. She wondered who he was and where he camt from. 'She-wondered M )u«t possibly H roighJ be « good idea to sound him. Of course she'd not been Introduced to him. So far she really knew nothing about him. But maybe he knew someone she knew. Maybe it rmghl be aU right, If his answers to her questionings were satisfactory, to ask him over one afternoon just for tea. At any rate it would be interesting to tee how Patience liked Film. (To Be Fri«d Chicken Riv«r Catfish 85cj Choice of 4 m«at* Vegetables - Salad 50c GoffHofel Coffee Shop Roofing Contracting Patching, Coating, Re-roofing No Job too Large or Too Small Phon* 2536 For Prompt Service Eddie Saliba Display and Storage Cases Reach-In Refrigerators Fr««zers • Self Service Display Cases f> Beverage Coolers • Market Coolers Williams Refrigeration Co. 116 LiJJy SI. Blyfhevill*, Ark. Phone 4397 Hospital Association ' H< «H;I »nd John A, Rowland, b» 5 u Holds Annual Convention \ it? S Ha™i"a 3 i e 'wer L ' U ' e Rock s Tr '"" LITTLE ROCK,. 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