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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 11, 1952
Page 11
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TUE&DAY, MARCH 11, 1952 OUR BOARDING HOUSE — wiHi Major Hoopl. 1NX WA&ri'T DRYcWTMe 4 PAPER, yjHEfj ©UMHORN ,.,, WALTZED WTO AW HOTEL ) (?OOM WITH A PHOMV PIPE/ / -^ JUST TO (JiP ANY >£ VlOLEMCE.X HAD A PlANJo MOVER DRESSED LiKe A SHERIFF AMD WAMlr*!<5 A <5ET OP MATCHED 3AIL- Hoose gSFORE IT WAS OVER, SOMt-IORN (JCLODE M& IM HIS VilL-L/ AS IKlGgSllOUS AS A FOX FL6EIKS -WE PACK FOR A SIR WALTER RALEISH PIPE- TO CAPTORg A CURIO COULON'T HWJE OON5 UETTSft MY-Je LF Political Announcements Subject to Preferential Election July 29. 1952 For County Judge GENE BRADLEY PHILIP J DEER t. D. SHEDD For Circuit Clerk QERALDLNE LISTOtt For Slate Senator SEN. LEE B GARDEN CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Size* up to 3[> in. Corrugated Metal Culverts Siics up lo 81 In. A. H. WEBB Automatic Flood Rates Concrete & Metal Septic Tanki Sewer Tile «cst Trice. \v« Deliver llijlmaj SI at state Line Phone 114 RECLEANED SOYBEANS MEAN GREATER YIELDS! Let Us Clean Vour Seed Soybeans. We Have Yourq H r » -U," 8 - l " CrCnSe thC PUrU - V ° f lour Seed, Have Them Recleaned. Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone fi85B or 6S57 FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. A "/ Sell Tkat Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land BLYTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS —__ OUT OUR WAY PAGE T, U. ft/ E . U. Ccp>. 1952 bj ^EJ 5>r.:c "That's the fifth child in passing out cheaper six years—no wonder he's candy every year!" Oak wilt attacks shade ami ornamental oaks as well as those in forest stands. ARE YOU A SAFE DRIVER? To be a safe driver, you have (o know how fast you're going. That nirans an accurate speedometer. Lei us check yours. We give 1- Day service on speedometer repair for all makes cars and trucks. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrjsler-Fljrmomth Dealer 121 E. Mai» Phone 2122 CERTIFIED COTTONSEED FOR SALE Certified DellBjifnc 15 Cottonseed « J2M.OO per • - Orttfled Cokcr 100 Will Cottonseert ® S18500 i. Thi» cotton U extent | Dr b)ijnl Iari( , „.,-,, rM|sts . f*^ ar ° clcai ""i, aelinted, treated and sacked 100 T i ^i. ,!' a " are 1>ricEl1 P ' OB - Blytlwvllle, Arkan- Tclephoiw 17-J, B«l7ont, Mississippi. J. D. LUNDY For Only Guaranteed Watch Repair $ 3.50 Vour watch Is disassembled, cleaned, pivots polished and hair sprin;i adjusted. 3 Day Service Thompson Credit Jeweler N'ext door to Wade Furniture • s Wife ^ »*HK m-rol fW>a«r sflcnced »»e *• vnuoa of shocked protest After a reprimand to both men, •le chairman recognized Dr. Pel- •I »*n*,- Dr. Pefletler RaH, iTmg recovered enough calm to cc h»s tone with venom, "thBt it not customary (or the commit- e to pass on the people I choose employ. Normally, I'd take on Dr. Surtnor without consulting [anyone—except perhaps the superintendent himself. Un/ortunate- lly, Mr. Cola's judgment no longer Isecms valid to me. His personal animosities go beyotxl logic, beyond reason, beyond the interests jo* the hospital and the wider in- jterests of science and humanity." You're the one that's biased!" jCola intemiptcd. "You're the ICommie-lover. . . ." The Ravel chopped through the fkttbcl of angry voices. VBPlease remember," the chair«n«n admonished, "that while this isn't a court of law, neither is it a |back fence." There is nothing that loffends medical men more than a ibre.ich of public dignity. This was Bcrhaps the reminder that the whairman meant to convey when |h€ added in phrasing somewhat (confused by mditfnalion, "At least f. expect doctors to be gentle- Cola, the only lay perfon in the room, lurncd a shade darker. The wall was up again. Not one of the boys. The outsider of whom gcn- lemanlincss * v as not expected. He spoke to himself out of a pre;it imvarrt quiet. "Nothing is expected of me. Nobody c.ires what I do. I don't have lo do any- thmg." He realized he was still on his^ tcct. He sat clown. ". . . Dr. Surinov's lovaltv is beyond question." the i-hnir- was saying.' "But the reason tar Mi dHiifosat from Angefc w« bis defacement of the oath- Can yoy assure us, Dr. Pelletier, that Dr. Surinov is prepared to sign an unequivocal oalh at this time?" ~l can assure th« committee of that," Dr. Paietier replied. "Although he has scruples against test oaths, he is willing to do anything that will restore him to his work T have his word that he'll sign." T I set The Government wants To ^»w fingeis down his pajamacd I back. 1 "Ob, M. WaHer,- Peter said I "Mow are you?" "; Her fingers ceased their idle fcowoeatkxi, stiffened at the hcr- »W*c note in Peter's voice. "Cleared? Noi They did? Tonight? Ko kidding? . . . Unanimous vote— oh, Walter . . . What about Cola? . . . Resigned? Oh, wonderful, in fact, hooray! Walter, I cant 'believe iC ... I can start tomorrow, Oh sura, I know The chairman shrugged. "Then e no need for further argument. Angels a large grant of money for a research project which may make our hospital famous—to say nothing ot benefiting humanity Dr. Surinov seems to be the man needed for the job not only because he's trained and available hut because it's his idea, r^t^ not carry the matter of personalities too far, . . ." "Mr. Chairman," Maxwell Cola said, getting to his feet slowly. He squared his shoulders, adding what he could to the stature that had been his first defeat. The black binllikc eyes darted around the table of men among whom he had no vote and among whom now he felt ho had no f.-ico. Blinkingly because the unrelenting light could publish his tears, he said, "H is obvious to me that I have iost the confidence of this committee. If Ihe vote on this mailer overrules my conscientious judgment which for 10 years has served this hospital in good stead, I shall feel obliged to tender my resignation" Drawing his stomach fine to escape the wooden nrm of his chair Maxwell Cola turned and walked Ihe Icnslh of Ihe backs of Ihe men his own back slid as it there were a horse between his high, digging heels. • • » j pETER reached for the phone. ' Jennet turned on her side, ran they'H release me—I took the job with that understanding. . . . No, nonsense, who wants to sleep? Come on by, we'll have a drink. Celebrate. I want to hear the details, every word, and I want to see that blessed letter. . . . Swell! We'll expect you in 15 minutes." Jennet grabbed the receiver, sang into it, "Walter, you angeH We'H never be able lo thank you. Hurry over. 1 " Her boner cracked in Peter's embrace. "I'm so glad, my darling, so murmured over and glad," When he could release her, he filing himself back across the bed, his hands under his head, his eyes roaming the ceiling as triumphantly as i( it were sky. Jennet sat with her feet lucked tinder Ihe small of his back, hugging her knees. » * • 'I'HEY spoke in ellipsis, rcinfor- ' preling the future, sailing the relief by reminding each other of Hie pain, savoring the joy of their wetlwishcrs- Strlla. They fell silenl, their thouphls turned loose to pasture. Jennet's eyes, after a long stare into space, came back to Peter, and it was a shock to hc-r to find his face set in grim lines, his eyes gone hard. "Penny!" she demanded. He looked up at her, and his smile was coM as rime. "I was just -Peter's parents, Fred, "all.this rejoicing he said, over exoneration from a crime I didn't commit and wasn't even accused of. It gives a " guy pause. Soybean Seed FOR SALE Oorlch \o. 2 anri Ogden soybean seed, cleaned and sacked. ' Book these before price in| creases. RED TOP GIN nlylheville — Phone 375G SPECIAL PLATE LUNCH Choice of Me;it and 3 Vegetables Genuine Pit Fiarbecue NICKEL STAND IDS %V. Main Phone 9666 (THE END) THE MAN TO KNOW The man lo know Is Ihe mechanic who knows how to care for your . . . and does his twsl to repair U right! You'll find (he nest service for ynur car at T. I. Stay Motor Co. Try us. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chn-sler-rij-mnnth Dealer 121 E. Main Phone 2IZZ SHOE REPAIR H-flLT€RS -a w TV snoe SHOF 121 w. MAIM ST. PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE PIT BARBECUE KREAM KASTLE DRIVE-IN Corner Division & Walnut By J. ft. WHIiomi FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BOY, -KXJ DON'T KMOW HC*V HcTERlSLE IT JS TO HAVE TH 1 CWUV HOUSe iJ.S STRE ET WITH A BAY WIMCOW.' MV AW GEAMMA LIV« "J TH 1 THING-WHY DASSWT co A THJM<3. I'LL see MY PA ABOUT A TREE TK5RE ON OUR SIDE, 'IDO.' MY Bl,'s OCTC REASONS. WHY HE DON'T UKE THAT BAY FEEL, ANOTHER SI£STA RORM THIRTY ygAR-S TOO Benefit by Reading and Using Courier Newi Classified Ads THE POISON AIEN /1ND EE/1CIIEP THE FLY/NS GUESS WHAT I WANT FOR BIRTHDAY/ HOLLYHOCK- IT'S BIG-... AND IT SMORTS AND STOMPS WHEN IT GETS UP IN THE MORNIN& VES; r ZTtLL SV6 OCCAS-IOMAL BA_ INSTRUCTION. WHY? WELL, I SOTTAMLY \sdjLO LIKE TA TAKE A COUPLA LESSON* FROM YA IF POSSIBLE, AVAPAM 1 TOES-O! DOMT WORRY, JAWE_. T *n. HE'S I'LL BE AT ALRED'SOM/IEAUING NOW, TIME. WHY PDWT 1OUI NICK' WE'LL EUW UP UNO GET S<M&( W WT TILL SHE A ROOW LADY.,.IF VOU GOTA GAKASE FOR MY CAR BOWSER'. IF's JUST ANOTJJER TEWAMT NICK DRIVE 5 IN BESIDE JANE'S CAR...WITH A.L COCUIMA HIPDEW IW HIS TRUNK AND TURNS OM HER 1.IGHT. HOIJSHT FOOZY/ AND COULD BEFTER ( HE DOES/" HE SHOULD) GUIDE HOLLIS IN \ KNOW / WH/WCHA £™E= ERA WITH \ MOO,' /RECKON THEY'RE HV STARS, FO07.Y, WHERE ARE WE? WHAT 19 Ttll<i IWKK1BLE PLACE? THIS HOCCIBLE PLACE,I'LI HAVE YOU KNOW, IS VH D MOTIIUP. EA(.'rH Of= LONG AGO.' J UEfilMNIMG ._., MEN, MONSTERS AN MICE..,.mCAGUYLlKF A OUGHTS BE A«HAA\E£7 ' YEC^ELF, n CWT %tv. V OK\ ^o^^v^. v OVJ6 EXPLODED! ^^^Kl

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