The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 3, 1952 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 3, 1952
Page 6
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MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1952 OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Mojor H OO p!. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS EGAD, YOU BOUNDERS ,'n y«^ WAS YOOR <sReeo THACT *£%?;• L6T5 YOU TO PAY *500 FOKH] THAT FAXS veST, HOPING <^ TO SELL. IT FOR si,ooo.' •">- MOVJ THAT Wu'Ve BeeM BiLKs.o,Youe^Y^ lrJ OYSTER WOULD wiM us A WEEK'S ROM OM PA6B ONE AS MODERN OSSC6KJDANST6 OF SIMPLE •S/MOW / r~g?~ Political ; Announcements ;Subj'jct to Preferential Election! ' July 22, 1952 For County Judge !' GENE BRADLEY •'= PHILIP J. DEER 1- For Circuit Clerk • GERALDINE LISTOX i For Slate Senator SEN. LEE BEARDEN CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Sizes up to 3(> in. Corrugated Metal Culverts Sizes up to 84 in. A. H. WEBB Automatic Flood Gates Concrete & Metal Septic Tanks Stwcc Tile Rest Price* We Deliver Highway 61 at Slate Line Phone 714 I: FUEL OIL TZ OIL CO. "/ Se/7 That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land (Proof Next Week) The. proper insurance certainly lessens fear—fur there is the SR- curity of knowing you are »*-Toughly protected agrainst financial loss. Let our long experience serve .vour insurance needs, 'it Is Not Unlawful To Destroy TJ.S. Coins No federal law forbids the total destruction of coins; however, ;i slalnte iloi'S fnrliitl the mutilation or lightening of a coin In such a way that it may later be circulated in its impaired condition. 1. "Xilgeels of Knowledge" —Geo. W. Stimpson. > Jti "^?j "That money you loaned your cousins surely is a contribution—they never have mentiftned it as a debt!" IN THREE DIMENSIONS FULL COLOR PICTURES Enjoy favorite .Cartpon Ctujtncters -Bugs Bunny, Woody Woodpecker, • Tbin& Jerry '. —real-as-life in View- Master ^Kodacfiromc, stereoscopic- pictures Seven scenes in each Reel •foroselnVietir-MasterStereoscopes and Projectors'. Over.400 subjects .jfor" children and adults. GLENCO HOTEL BLD&. BtYTHEVlUE, ARK..W-H4360 CITY DRUG 101 E. Main — Phone 25J2 Dr. Logan's Wife xxxm M VOtTVK done a lo< of talking • x about me," Peter began, "but .Tery little to me. Yesterday you talked to Mr. Starr about me. This morning I was fired. I'm getting a little fed up with this behiml-the- back talk, Mr. Cota. I think It's time we had some face-to-face dealings. Since your interest in rne is so lively, maybe you'll explain a few things—such as why I'm -being investigated by the FBI." "I did n<x call Mr. Starr," the 'superintendent pointed out, the black eyes darting in the huddled |face. "He called me. He asked me (how soon you were going to be !Tieede<l here on an atomic research Iproject, and 1 told him I know of |no project at this hosiiilal for which your services would be ar- ceptablc. When he asked me why, 1 told him the truth. I told him why you left here last June. As one employer to another, I owe him that information. I wouldn't think of withholding it. As for the federal investigation, I hart nothing to do with that. That is the doing ot your friend, Dr. Peller. H Pefer catapulted ofl the chair arm. "Pelletier? Cota, you better make sense . . ." I Cota rang for his secretary. '"Please ask Dr. Pelletier to come 'in to see me at once. Tell him his ; friend, Dr. Surinov, Is here and _that he's quite excited." He waved his black-baiuled arm at Peter "You hiid belter calm down, young man. and watch your tone. I think we'll Jo belter if Dr. PelJeticr is here to corroborate my statements. I'm not used to intimidation." ' "All right," Pclcr snid. "That's fine with me. I'd like very much ,for Dr. Pelletier to be in on this jlittlo conference." He turned away ••from Cota to the window, squirted Ins Qnger at a ball of drape-trim- »«i*»'rt tf HtA SUVKE, ke. ming, making it dear that until Dr. Pelletier arrived there would no further dismission. 'You're a very foolish young man," Cota said into the silence. 'Your desperado actions will get you nowhere, 1 advise you to give up any false hope Dr. Pelletier nay have given you about getting aack here. As long as I'm superintendent, I mean to keep Bolsheviks out." Peter did not deign to'reply, continued to belabor the ball- fringe. • * • T\IL PELLETIER lumbered In, out of breath. He nodded curtly to Cota, made formal mention of his name. "What's up. Peter?" he asked. It was typical of Pelletier who, perhaps in guilt and shame at the baseness of his species, seemed bent on a personal crusade lo ex- pungc evil. The heartening thing was that the generosity ot one man could so efficaciously cancel (be hostility of ten. It had been this way before. Peter had known then that without Pdlletier's staunch friendship, he would have in time succumbed lo the dubious escape of neurotic depression. Peter's tension eased somewhat, poulticed by the man's presence. There was reassurance in the humorous arch of thick eyebrow. In the bulbous lidded eyes, the arro- ganl mustache, the .thin that hutiji under the chin, rough as wnllles stuffed untidily into a white starched collar. It was a livcd-in fiicc, battered and yet visibly un daunted by time and experience and the sight of human beings tn oclion. It was a face you could not imagine behind bars or in sir/I:ness or in pain, or in any situation of which it was not a firm and temperate master. "Walter," Peter said, "1 wa red from Starr Laboratories this morning, i understand I'm being nvestigated by the FBI. 1 fig- ired Mr. Cota here might be at he back of things. He tried to tell me that you're responsible for the nvestigation. I didn't fall for it." It's perfectly true, Peter," Dr. Pelletier said. "I didn't want to ell you about it until things were Jcflnile. Didn't want to get your lopes up prematurely. I requested i grant for subsidy of our splenic tissue work. 1 specified in my request that 1 had you in mind for .he job. Under the new law, all seneficiaries of AEC fellowships lave to have FBI clearance oven though they don't have access to restricted data." He turned to Cota. 'I felt certain that your suspicions of Dr. Surinov's loyalty would be removed by an FBI report. We need Dr. Eurinov for this work, Mr. Cota. I'm sure you're too in- lerested in the advance of our lospital to let personal grievances interfere with its contribution to CERTAINLY am.- Cota snapped. "My objections to employing Surinov arc far from personal. As for clearance, I con tell you right now he has as much chance as a snowball in hades!" Cola's excitement alerted both men. They stood silent, attentive, waiting for him to tip his hand. "I received a letter from the Atomic Energy Commission last week," Cota went on, "ir 'orming the hospital that your request for money had been acted upon favorably pending Surinov's clearance That wns the first 1 knew of your request. Dr. Pellclicr. You must have known that nil grants come through this office, but perhaps yen thought I wouldn't find out until il was too laie. When I siw Ihrough your plan, I did a little investigating on my own." His head jerked sharply about to Peter. "I don't think you're being quite fair to your friend neve, are you, Surinov? I don't think Dr. Pcllelicr would have been so naive as lo c..ll on the FBI if you'd come clean with him . , ." (To Be Continued) FOR SALE Concrete culverts, 32 Inch lo 48 inch, plain or reenforced. Also Concrete Eluihliiig Blocks cheaper than lumber for barns, chicken houses, pump houses, tenant houses, tool sheds. We deliver. Call us for free estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Plume 601 SPRING PLANTING SEEDS Oats, Alfalfa, Lespedeza, Clovers, Soybeans and Seed Corn. See us before you buy. Blythcville Soybean Corp. rhone 6856 - 1800 West Main CAMERAS REPAIRED Havlny trouble with yonr camera? Then brinj it to Barney's Dnif. 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