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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLB (ARKJ COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST '1, 1947 Georgia Senator Sees Eisenhower As Vice President •WINDER, OR., Aug. 4. (UP) — V. B. Sen. Richard B. Russell, D., Gu... said today that, he woulrt like to 'S« Gen. Dwight Elsenhower become the Democratic nominee lor Tiee president He said tliai, n liberal was needed In view of Henry Wallace's third party threats. '.* I Hussell, liome for the Congres- Bkmal recess, said that It VTJS not " (Impossible for Gen. Douglas MacArthur to become the Republican nominee. •The Georgia Senator called [01- roer Gov. -Kills Ainall of Georgin. •lid U S. Sen. Claude Pepper, D.. ni'.,'outstanding Southern liberals. '"Either of them could become the vice presidential nominee if the democratic party were to come South for a candidate." he said. 'Piisse!! said that old guard Republicans don't want Gov. Thomu.i E. Dewey, preferring U. S. SF:U. Robert Taft of Ohio. He de.-.c.'iocri II. S. Sen. Arthur Vancierbcrg the "most capable man in the Republican party." Vet's False Teeth Prove Identity to Bank Teller (HARTFORD, Conn., Aug. 4 (UP' —When a cautious bank teller dc manded more Identification that a driver's licence from an Arm: veteran who wanted to cash a $3d state bonus check, the veteran 1m patiently eased out his false tcelt and displayed Ills name and Arm serial number inscribed on th the died plate. The teller cashed Beauty Shop Demolished police and volunteer workers remove nil injured victim from the basement of a Harrlsburg, Vii., beau shop which was completely demolished by a ^s explosion. Ten women were killed and about 40 were U Jurcd. The blast blew out the buck wall of the building :mct so wrecked llio front wall that a crane ha to be brought, to pull it clown before roscuers d.ue<l venture inside. (NEA Telcpholo.) Automobile Has ColUsion\^*\^^ V/ithSmall Plane in Flight Cook .skirled in 'FAIRMOUNT. C.A.. All!!. 4. (UPi --Charles O. Cook reported today that his automobile was in colll- cotton patch. The pile DCflTH of a DOLL fly Hilda <£awluwai c; Distributed by NEA SERVICE. INC. JEWEL had the door open before The woman and Miss Bindy poke lo each oilier in the language •* he was out of his chair. It was Miss Brady. "Well," Miss Brady said. "Having your kind o£ fun?" Jewel sidled away. "You came back too soon," he said dryly. "How about takini! me to sec Lillian Harris?" i"What for? She can't talk. She's unconscious." "Even so, I'd like to see her." "Well, you'll have to walk lip The elevator's loo public at lh<- moment." He followed her up the stairs | smiling at her monotonous chan ti "Man coming, man coming." She didn't speak to him again until they came to the dnor. "You can't go in," she said. "I'll leave it open and you stand right here. And be good enough to keep your mouth shut. There's a blind girl in there, she's Ihc one I'm worried i about. I don't want her lo know anything about you." Her finger was on her lips when she opened the door quietly. That, he sa\v at once, was a sign lo the elderly woman who sat between the two beds. The only light was a night lamp on the bed table. ."It's me, April," Miss Brndy said. "I'm not coming in, I only want to know how you are. Have you had your dinner?" "Yes, Miss Brady. I'm all right." He saw her then, huddled in a deep chair. She was tiny, fair, and too fragile. "Any change, Mrs. Fister?" Miss Brady whispered- He hardly heard her. Lillian Harris was the still figure on the bed. She was swathed in bandages I and covered lo Ihe chin. Her face I Was a waxen oval marked with i pale lips and dark, curling lashes and if she was breathing he couldn't see it. He started forward. The woman at the bedside I ttood up and shook her head. H \ stopped where he was. of looks. Neither moved, even the hiklish girl in the chair was nio- ionless. but lie could feel riiul icar a cordon form between him md the bed. Miss Bratly look his arm and they were out in the hail again; Lhc door closed behind then) and lie heard a key turn on the inside. 'T'lIK pacltroom door was iijtir, •*• giving a glimpse of nondescript luggage; a clean paper tablet hung on the wall beside 'the phone. There was another door a few feet away, niavkcd "Bath." "Is that tht? one?" lie asked. "If yon mean Harris, yes." "Can you think ot any reason wliy I can't look it over?" "Help yourself," she invited. "It's none o[ my business how you waslc youc lime and your clients' money." It was nol a large room; one tub in an alcove, one shower, one washbasin over by the window, He stepped into (he shower and examined the faucets, "Harris looks io be ahonl live feel six," he aid easily. "So Ihc faucets are 11 wrong for a bump on the head. A full inch too high. If they were ower I could understand what lappcned. Slip, stagger, wham." It was the door." she said. ''It's concrete. If she slipped and struck icv head on the floor, that would do it." 'Don't you think it's a little small for that?" 'What is?" "The Hoor space. Not much more than a square yard. She'd lave lo be double-jointed. ..." He walked over to the window, lean ed from it a nd lo ok ed up and down. There were lights on the ground floor but only a few above it. They were bright patches on the dark walls. One of the patches was the window in the room lo his left. That window was closed. Ruth's window, once. the airport nn:l reached Ihe highway as the plane came low for H landing. The plane itru::k the automobile, then hit n bank on the road and turned Lillian's window now. There was another light directly over it, and that window was partly open. The. shade was drawn, but there was perhaps nn inch of space between it and the sill. Something that looked like a sheet of while tissue paper fluttered on the sill. AS he watched, the paper was caught in an eddy of. wind. H turned tin (he sill and writhed, it rose and fell as if it were alive, and spiralcd down into the court. "What was that?" Miss Brady's voice was like a whip. "A sheet, of tissue paper, 1 think. It came from I ho top floor, the room over the one \ve just left." "Oh. For a minute I thought— That's my bedroom. Mi.ss Stnail and the place is a mess. She isn't very tidy." Have you got a music box in your bedroom?" 'Not any more. 11 She was startled. "Why?" "I thought I heard something that sounded like a music box. It's slopped now/' "I did have one but it disappeared several days ago. Miss Small know how much I liked it so I suppose she found another to take its place," She laughed .softly. "Now I'll have lo act surprised, lha'.iks to you. . . . HcnUy, Mr. l-A\'A, we've got to get out of here. What comes next?" They were in the hall. "Miss Brady!" In: said, "I'd like to sec Hnlh Miller's suitcase." She was amiable and n mused. "I've done thai in id you know it. 'here's the pack room, get it out •our self. Ft's a stvaw affair, just nsirlc the door." He found the case. ''Unlocked?" "Yes." She watched, incuriously. He unfastened I ho imitation cather straps and threw bad; the id. Her sudden Rat]) was as genuine as his own. Huth Miller's clothing was a jumbled heap; .someone hadn't carrel what happened to it. A thin summer dress, faded by loi> many washings, lay oil top. And on top of the: dress was au enamel box. I Ic look it up carefully. "Your disappearing propertv, Miss Brady?" "YCS," '•;;:. f~ "Yes," he agreed. _ ".> : ,Si" (To Be Continued) •"'• over in i c.scraped. Cook's automobile got a damage rentier. •••That" is ever had a Cook said. the first time wreck with ;i COM). I34T BY KEA SEflVICF. IHC. T. M. REO. U- S. PAT. QfF. I/MIB Look Ahead I eight $15 bills of tile ovcr-.slzed VINCENNBS. Ind. 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