The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 7, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 7, 1952
Page 11
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, MARCH 7, 1982 (ARK.) COURIER HEWS OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hoopl* OUT OUR WAY FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS H6Rg IT , TH& I&THE WHOL6 *500 SEST MOMEMT , TWIGGS/WO MOST SP1U FOR US THE fHlrJK VOO'D ser AMV f ARTHE1Z. T TAKS* A MAW -gy woe ALL Of Hl« SO THIS CSAMC5 OF JOKER-4 WOWT FIMO- OUT AN'WOEX OK) SOU ^AS^iSJ^ANB wt'«P DON'T TO HAVE ANY ""OfJ FIDS)'ALL. DAY. THEM MS JUS' SCRAPIW A LITTllE OFF A PIECE OP BPAc.s SETS TEETH OW EPC36- BAH, THAT'S JUST RETURNS ?n&£ ss^ssr-^^'A MISS WHOL?- ToWKl AMD GRADUATED FRO/A tHi Give •EM TO you •)tX) OUT OM6/ UP AHFAD I / MUCH L / MATOR CLP.MP6D STORE TEMPERA M€ WT . , _ ^f , S SEC YOU IK) MY DREAMS,TAKE | T THE SI Vg-AWAY ^ , Political Announcements CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Sizes up to 36 In. Corrugated Melal Culverts Benefit by Reading and Using Courier N«wi Clastified Adj Subject to Preferential Eieclion July 29, 1952 "I heard you complimenting Mrs. Jones on her new dress I'fl certainly have to start spending lots more on clothes!" rUBEE JEEtK. feu SOL EROti, DR. BUDD\ HE''j PPOfMBLV B£EN IH CONTACT kVJJH /11K.7 EVEE FOUND HIM POI40M MEM OF CWKO WHO For County Judge GE:NE BRADLEY PHILIP j. DEER MA/BE NOT/ DC. SUPP.FALL OVEB «IDE WITH VOUK KtLL VOU.. A«or 6o-roA PLACE OP Automatic Flood Gates Concrete * Metal Septic Tantt» Sewer Tile Best Fricei We Deliver Highway 61 at Stalt Line Phone 714 Whrn driver .snfety tots were offered it: New York recently. 12 000 ' persons look the tests. FOR SALE For State Senator SEN. LEE BEARDEN Conrrete culvtrli, 12 Inoi to 48 inc)l, plain or recnforccd. Also Concrete Building Blocks cheaper (ban lumber for barns, chicken houses, pump huusrs, tenant houses, tool sheds. H'e deliver. Call us for lr fe eslimate. FUEL OIL G.O: POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land 55* SPECIAL PLATE LUNCH Choice of Meat & 3 Vegetables DELICIOUS BARBECUED RIBS GENUINE PIT BARBECUE SANDWICH The NICKEL STAND 103 W. Main Phone 9666 A SAFE DRIVER? To tie a safe driver, you have tn know how fust you're going. That means an accurate speedometer. Let us check yours. \Ve give 1- t)av service on speedometer repair Tor all makes cars and trucks. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chryslrr-Plyrnoath Dealer 121 I. Mala 212Z OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone 601 SPRING PLANTING SEEDS Oats, Alfalfa, Lespedeza. Clovers, .Soybeans and Seed Corn. See us before you buy. Blyrheville Soybean Corp. Phone 6856 - 1600 (Vest Main Guaranteed Watch Repair & $ 3.50 Vonr watch Is disassembled, cleaned, pivots polished and hair spring! adjured. 3 Day Service Thompson Credit Jeweler 1 dnor to Wnrte Fariiltu Dr. Logan's Wife "• By OWM xxxvn j\"OW, listening tn Fred Chaney's account o( tiling interviewed about Peter by the FBI man, seeing Peter's mute face, Jennet thought bitterly: the taking away is beginning, it's beginning already. But curiously she did not (eel the old helplessness, the old depression. She felt, rather, a summoning o( pqwer within her, a girding for battlt, and she moved from the Queen Anne chair to sit | beside Peter. She tnok his hand ond clasped it hard in hers while she attended Fred's words. Fred was a spare man. dark, wavy- haired, and -n his navy blue suit with the white pinned shirt and while-striped navy tie, his body had a right-angled, whittled look His eyes, slightly bloodshot, were overlarge, his features fine, and a permanent frown had bcixme imbedded in his forehead by Uie too cjfctant elevation oj eyebrows "nK frown and the grilty voice and the impenetrable reserve gave Jennet a sense of une.ise in his presence, although, touched by his loyalty (o Peter, she felt aflection lor him. Fred lold of the questions he had been asked—about Peter's character, affiliations, friends, po- leanings, parents—and the answers l.e had given. He relayed 'he hoarse sentences with an almost boyish shamefac.dncss, (or "ic questions carried an affront "hich made the answers sound plaroliiiE. "It's easy to answer factual questions about ,1 friend " Fred apologized, "but *-hen you're asked (or your opinion of your trends opinions, the conversation get, 3 1,, | C ho[ , ,, (o . ;after a few minutes o( it. I felt the «•« tryinR to , rip me up I •began to feel kind of 5 ly and mcan ..fc 0-»T*vtiJ IT NEA SHVlCf. Nice ! renlly had something to hide You get that way when you're hounded, you get mean. 'Fred Chancy,' I said to myself, 'if they're after your friend, they're after you.' Anyway, Peter, 1 did my best. But there's one thing's got me worried. One thing in particular . . ." "What's that?" Peter asked sharply, suddenly conscious o ( the two words that had lai.. like gallstones ac the bottom of his mind"Washington flies." • • • |TriED spread :iis immaculate hands, set them, gleaming, on his knees. "Remember the time we went to that girl's house t-D hear what we thought was going to be a speech by Kelly? H er name was Mary Templar. Remember?" The brittle joints of the trumpet vine beat on the window pane in another rise of night wind. j ermct had left his side to put a long match to the gas under the i ogs and the logs rrackcd in the sudden trough of (lame. The wind licked the names pointing their tips with its curving tongue. Now and then there was a disheveling downward gust of wind—a shower of sparks Peter look his eyes from the hypnotic motion of the flre and watcho.i his wife move from window to window drawing the heavv homespun drapes. He looked a't the slim waist which he could span wilh his hands and he saw it thicksned to support the weigh! of a .child. His heart made a fist in his breast at the thought of what one gone night, a visit more lustful than political, might do lo the new family of Peter Surinovs. Mary Templar. He had seen her first from the rear bending ovcr a desk. The chubby pink ICES straining the white silk seams making worms of them. "Miss Templar?" When she turned, he saw the round pink face, the pink chubby arms swelling out of tight srwrt cuffs. They discussed the thyroid patient. She asked him then i( he'd hke lo come to her house that night to hear Kelly speak or wasn't he a Democrat? He had a date with Fred that night, but he decided to bring him along, fie and Fred arrived late Mary Templar's living room was filled with people silling in rows of those rented collapsible chairs. • • . 'J'Hiry took scats in the back of the room Mary Templar turned at the sound of • their scraped chairs, dimpled at Peter and waved. The speaker was concerned with the current problems of a musicians' union. Whil» he spoke, papers were passed among the audience tor signatures. The mimeographed forms respectively protested the indictment of the Hollywood Ten and a bill written by an incumben' Republican scemmRly designed 'a limit free speech. Peter and Fred signcrf each form. As the meeting progressed it became increasingly apparent that the speakers held fast to the Communist Party line. Kellv did not arrive till midnight and he spoke rarnblingly about very little. The following week. Peter met Jennet, after which Mary Templar looked lo him like a perspiring dairy-maid. She even, he noticed, had i dairy smell. He didn't date tier again. The incident was closed. Or was it? A.i a result, his signature affixed lo two liberal protests was on file in Washington, and the protests would serve at a record of his attendance at a Communist gathering. "I remember," Peter said at last had forgotten, hut j romemhcr now. So that's what Cota meant. It must be.- He's got a vciv e fn._ cienl little spy system at the hospital. JFe'd hava dug up this sort oc In ing." (To tfe C«nUaue4| CAMERAS REPAIRED trouble with yonr camera? Then bring it to Hitiiey's Drug, We're equipped to fix all kinds of cameras . . . from Brownies to Leicas. Prompt service. 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I lEfr HIH AWOTHEK ONE IU Ifs PI RC6 <KMD TOOK THE KEY TO THE SOX..SO HE WOUIDVI'T FIMO our nut. tVJA5,..YJELL, C.SAFE SOU RfiALIZE IT WAS , WROWQ TO FOLLOW HIM AMD SVWIPE IT, JAME EVEN THO WHILE YOU'RE GETTING THF TIME- MACHINE READY TO bKlMQ M_LEY BACK, I'LL SWITCH OVER FOR A CHECK OM POOZY AND HOLLIS., ...UY THE WAV DOCTOR, JtJSr WHERE DID / TO YOU SEND / MOO 1 THEM? A THINK WELL.'iOU KNOW HOW YOU \ (TI3 WITH THE TIME- THINK?) MACHINg...YOL> CA.N NEVER REALLY V BE SURE.' PLENTY TO EBAJ? EE...PIP VOU PINf ANV OF THOSE BOOKO U4EFUI- ? -.— A vmv.t MATTER ov I SHRVX ^ MOST . Of COOR6t'. "~V

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