The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 2, 1948 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 2, 1948
Page 11
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TUKSDAV, MARCH 2. 1948 (ARK.) COUKIF.R NKW8 PAGE ELEVEN ^ i '"~- ByXR. WHIioms Our Boording House with Moj. Hoople FKKOK1-ES A HIS FRIENDS By MERRILL BUM8ER Too MucK t'roleclion -Cl W6V VJOVT BSL1EVC IT'S TH' WEST. MA'AM. WITHOUT ONE <\THB <XO FACES A&AW J FCOoeR TO KEEP) J EVfcw IF voo STILL AKfe H [( osiMfc tusrxo Mend uivj« »^-iv.w,, -A SHCwi jests.'—t've , OR ^Rt >&O COOtf- \TA^ESi ROOMS W TMe W \t^£, FOP A LUMBER \ CLUB, PLUSWIEST SW 111 OUIT IT! wr lKOUStlT HE WAi WH Y, MO BELIEVE THAT BACK HOM we '\.L WITH v»o oseo TO BtAT TO THt ,„, MtNTAu-v aosmiu lI^^o^^^D^oSe 10 SEEMS A UimeCOWFllSrO--- SAID TO '°"'» ^ ~ DBWNO "* FROM My PRiewos ; l CAN FROM MY A/HAT. MO SAGS BELJ5H7 JM",~.", *:».^. .. I U.S. Consul General I »n Germany Returns Home NEW YORK. March X (OP)— I Sam E Woods. 54. the man who 1 lipped off the U. S. State Depart| merit o! Adolf Hitler'* plan to at- 1 tack Russia several months before . I U happened, arrived at La Guardia ! I TitlA today on a two months' leave ' I of absence from his post as U S. I Consul General at Munich, Germany. 1 He was accompanied auoard | plant from Paris by his bride of 1 nln« days, the former Wlllielmlna I Busch, of St. Louis, heiress to the Xnheuser-Busch brewery fortune. Mrs. Wood* »'»s an extremely | happy bride. Her marriage to the Consul General in Bavnria on Feb. 22 was her third. "It's been wonderful." she said. After a few-days in New York, the couple will leave for Washington.' Then they plan to visit Mis. Woods' relatives in St. Louis and Woods' home In Hattlesburg, Miss. ffl BY IONE SANOUERG SHKIBCR, By lone Sondberg Shriber DISTRIBUTED BV NEA SE Courier New» Want Politca Announcements Th» Courier News has bed nuthorized to announce the following candidates, subject to th general city election. April 6: and the Democratic primary, July 20th and August 3rd: FOR ' ALDERMAN (Second Ward) ,; L. (Jodie) Nabers COUNTY TREASURER Prank Whltworth FOR CORONER E. M. HOLT KOR CITY CLERK W. I. I BUI) Malin (First Ward) L. C. (Bud) posey' Jr, 'I'll K Vl'OHVl . wan', krr <• Ikr *t*rr •l« I tlie clusel tloor. Ann eouldm ..... wlmt they were doing in I tier closet ami said so; Rush WIIH the only one ;il Tophill who played golf ami lie lindn'l li»d a game \ ye\ Vnis year. "I IhoiiRlit Hie typewriter was I <in (hi- next shell." Ann suid iv- I relevantly. "It seems to me that 1 remember—" and Rush said. (of Ihc details 1 got put in my place. The implication, 1 believe, I was that 1 was too young to know. 1 [^"biiisauely. "Let's RO down- How about giving wilh it now? l ' I The music continued In th [background, fiinda sipped hereof By AL VERMEER fee and didn't say a word. Ann ,. stairs nnd get you lh«l diinX. dar ling. You lo<ik at (lujugh you tovild use it." K«i rlr — h*r IU->r«r-«H , -.,,. kill), whrr» lkl-7 uMh and T*>mm;'. l.u M Mr. Ikr >v>li IM fl N n f , Ann Rush changed the subject at once; changed it so quickly and tactfully that Ann knew he had •I'kf liir nclr>K lk« witrkniBii wrlle* lk*( f «n» !• iirrfrfl rumillh M«T 2-X B«t "• M»r :lll ikr h rnllnnrd. r*rr;liiK l.ukr tkr drnrr ro hln drnth. . . . AnH Iklnk* back It* 1km duy. fhe d»7 «f lili'itlr. Sbr !• ro.vlm-c* "•> w» •• x-rldrnl. I kul >kr— ••<« • ill l.nkr — w». Inlrnilc* ro b* lk» vli'llm. Rn»k ph«,nr» to find hnv* Khr f« (crllnjr mid Ikf •< nr hla voirc rra«inrc» b«r. Hut Ib* trrr"r hrrnkn unl nKHin whr" he rc-ninrkii Ihul her .-nn'l hr rri.nlrf J — It wn -lil' !<bi- VIII TT happened the night A Rinda had come to Tophill. They had a late dinner night, after cocktails on the terrace. Laurie put a concert ot attempt lo kill ho.. Someone bud placed Ih* type- ,,auu u ,,y u,», «,,.. »..*- .- writer close to -Ute Cronl of the recognized the tension. He talked blue box, then placed the golf about tl.c trip he and Ann had balls underneath lh« niachine. taken lo Hawaii. '"wards the bai'k so that the •It's a beautiful spot." Rush slightest movement would send it 1 said. "We have some pictures— forward. Where are they, Ann? Rinda The inuiderer imist have ft s - niight enjoy seeing them." "red she would simply stretch up "I'll gel them," Ann said. and tug. she wouldn't see the type. . . writer. 11 didn't mailer when she S HE went upslairs, running light- did it. That was the beauty of it. , ly up the stairs, leaving the U was so simple. There woudnt others in the living room. even lie a question of alibis. If th. She went to her room, opened typewriter bad crashed down upon the door to the big storage closet, her. who would hnvt suspected peered up »l the shelves. The box thai it was not just another House- was over be, head, on the second hold accident? And >n Jhe con- shelf, but she thought she could fusion the ™urr!eier c °V fWh ,, * reach it. She stretched on tiptoe, have disposed of the golf balls ane , I felt ** *e bi 8 box, gave it a hard ^ A^ t,^_e knew her^,- tu« that saved her. I This someone was well aware of lug threw her oft" just as the skitterin li« love for orderliness. This ^ knew {M <he tool( ca of their room, Rush's and hers, and of h Bul Laurie, as so often liap- Delinted i * Cotton Seed (Actual Siie) She heard a familiar sound then, «ne which she had heard olten M ,^ -.._ enough before, one for which she ,, u,,= rear, were had listened eagerly. An ordinary ,„— — — * . room before =he'd moved or 1 everyday .sound yet music down even lower and began . . ', ." hrralh shrink bnck on tlie chaise, unable talking, not about anything im- eve " g .° l "J,"'..» Rus h said, to control her trembling. A car portant. or at least none of it had *«'W »w B _ • driven j n(o lhe driveway, seemed important until it got \^* el " a j} g"^j ,n awe al the They were baek. Rinda and ieg 0 e"days° ^"me'Time.'femlnist | ™«>?d "macmn^t te-Mu* box | Tom^ -^ ---- sloppell , ( ^ t.o balls STATE CERTIFIED CHEMICALLY DELINTED COTTON SEED cost less to plant. These pure all seed are treated and free from all seed borne diseases. Quicker germination, plant and plow trie same week. Reduce chopping expense. Use any bean, corn or pea planter. STATE CERTIFIED VARIE TIES packed In attractive 50 Ib. fltome in and book your requlre- ^ncnts today, we will hold until planting lime. BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. BlytheTllle, Ark. Branches: I,eachville, Ark., Cardwell. Hornersville & Senath, Mo. United States Tighten* AH Export Controls WASHINGTON, Mar. J (UP)— The united states tightened 1U ex•port controls yesterday to make sure "friendly" European countries get first call on American goods. From now on, a government license will be required for every shipment, leaving the United States lor any country on the European continent, Iceland, the British Isles, Turkey, Asiatic Russia, or Spain's colonial possessions. Steel Oil Barrel Racks An) Kiic T. L MABRY 42J MISSOURI ST. Pll 36Z7 MALOHE Plaster and Stucco Phone 2029 ANNOUNCING BUCHANAN CHEVROLET CO. "Parts Dept. Party" FOR • Dealers • Parts Men • Mechanic! At Th* Osceola Community House March 2, 1948 fi-.tS P. M. Free Fish Fry Colie Stoltz Orchestra Attendance Prizes! FIABV CHICK TIME • BUY EARLY • BUY THE BEST A Complete Line of Feed We Buy Poultry! Lewis Poultry 419 E- Main Phone 1U9 Perfect Service We pride ourselvrs on our courteous, prompt service. Perfect food plus pcrfrrl service ei(uiil« the pfrfccl meal. Elliott Johns, Owner Johns Cafe 409 West Main Phone 390 Spring Planting Oats We have Spring Oats, Alfalfa, Pasture Mixtures and Lespedeza. IJIWP Mixtures For All Kinds Field Seed, Come to See Us- Blytheville Soybean Corporation 1800 W. Main St. KM Phones Here's Looking At You! , . . for « more immaculate, attractive appearance (his spring . . . bring joiled suifs to us for rapid, fresh-as-new cleaning *nd pressing! NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Dial 4474-4475 I'RISCH.UA'S TOP 'an' jusl J minutu, \ or. \bu can't hope (o find J qirt with ill qualities..- I don't A'/KiV l/ I'll tver tjft rtarr,ea-~but if I <*>. 5/V5" yof to tie pretty siveet and smart jnd j good sport Miy not? Pop did! By M1CHAKI, O'MAI,I,EY «nd RAhPH LANK The Thin Guv ,?s;KSSfe«K,l[,lp4SSs'ss, , NOW 60 B«CK AND LB1* TO WHAT'S BEIN« SAID ABOUT KXKYSIONE.THIS WCH05 IIKl A CMANCf TO GflSOMfTHIHGONWAT piftwNtR Of MINE. MCOND AND YOU MOUf X KASl, DO YOU ? WOT'S THf IDf A ? Ky I,ESLIE TURNER WASH TUUBS »UJE BLMES'. SOU IHE LMAK..ir5 SWITCH Ott MJO B 8ROKEN, EXPOSING IWETfKHWS, suCPEUW THE K?t WN PtUOGEO BUT...OH, I , \ 60 DOWN IB 1HM Bv FRED HARMAN THE. LAW 15 WAOEGUATE AIT CArtWLLV! A GU^-' 1 SHOT FIX-Urt UP I'O PAPA K30IJ' 'S W FULL YBW HE By V. T. HAMLIN WE.UNTIL-VOU . ,EEN GRANTED NOW I \TM8EE fcw >£Jj^ \ tSy PER CUE 1WJ f, OW.I4A.TION JO THI AFTi* BUT THWI WISHES By EDGAR MARTIN BOOTS AND HKK BUDOJKS IS VOA Of SVONM.

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