The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 24, 1952 · Page 9
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OCTOBER t4, Met OUR tOARDINa HOUSI — wttfc M.J« •LtTBBVILLK .HISTAH MA30R.1. S«AOOV>Jeo ^, ^™, v^>w i DOWf-i MISTAW JAKe.'-"^ H& ^ rW^<5?TMov! A<ED ME TZ> SWITCH t(?OOSEI?S — Yco — yslniLST yoo g (fj «l« LAIR~ _. - - ... < ., He CAKi'TSkip —PLEASE MOTE ««AT, W8LL vOlTHOUT Teousees Political , Announcements The Courier News Is authorized to announce the following candidates for the general election, November 4. For Alderman Second Ward J. L. "Jodie" Nabers I*;' a. Wade For Municipal Judge • ' G/W. Barham FOR SALE Concrete culverts, 1Z Inch to ts inch, plain or reentorced. AUa Concrete Bnildlnj Bl/wki cheaper th»n limber for barm, chicken ho.tn, pamp houes, tenant houet, tool ,hed». w« deliver. Call u for freo e*tioute. OSCEOLA TILE';* CULVERT CO. • PhoM Ml JOE ATKIN MACHINE WORKS BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS PHONES: Day 3142; Night 6153 FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Se// f/zai Staff Phone 2089 , Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY ' I JUHIKM DKIIUIHC COMPANr. IIK. • H««, UL ebORRR , . "d It', be.h In th. day. I wish this goof would .ign rt .0," could get it oH my mind!" FLASH Cameras For Rent Tale wonderful Indoor pictures with a flash camera from Barney's Drug. Low rates. All kinds of camera supplies ire available here. Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS 20« W. Main Fhone 3641 Wanted! TIN CANS _Large Metal Compress BLYTHEVILLE iron & Metal Co. Moultrie & R.R. sis. Blytheville, Ark. . Phone 8962 MAN on the Ticket XX JOHN MILLS moved Ms solid ••shoulders expressively "You've got lo wait for this kind .o( slorm 1.- blow itself out of wind Governor.™ "Then how about trains?" I 4 71 don't like to lake a train,' Governor Warburlon said. "Somebody might spot me on a lone train trip." "Governor,- I said, -youTI get there all right. Don't ,worr7 "bout it."* "Sure." John Mills said "We'll get you there, Willie." He parked the car. af the station and 1 went with him to inquire about trains. The bulletin board showed that nearly every train was marked late. John Mills, returned with i • timetable- "I see there's a tram it eight m the morning to Atlanta, and he can change there to j Birmingham tram Let's see gets to Atlanta at 4 p. m., if it's >p time." He moved his finger back along the column of type. "Yep, that's the best he can do Then he can get a train out of there and let's see—he can make Birmingham at 8:25 Roy, xvhat time Is the speech?" "Eight .'clock," I said Jsmaliy "We can't make It." The Governor pui his nose close lo Hie glass, looking at the storm 1 switched on the .-adlo and :uncd in a news orogram We heard a voice saying; "The Weather Bureau sees no Immediate letup la the storm which is lashing the -*fl Coast with full gale force Jom Hatlcras south to Jacksonville ' "Willie." John Mills said, 1 think what we all need Is a little sleep. iVaybe I'd better run you all oack> to my house and well wait out the storm." The Governor shook his head "1 think I ought to stick close to the airport, John, and wait for a break." "Adaj'bc so," John said. SWri.rtKNWS~ta.fc suppose we see if we can stay •»• the hotel." ' , , ~ No hotel," the Governor said Night clerks have sharp cyp^ " John shrugged and rested his elbows on the iteering wheel "Then I reckon here we sit" Lucy said softly, -On the way m, I noticed an auto court." The Governor .swung .round wny, yes. John, don't you think we could make it In one of those without being recognized?" "In this storm. I believe we could," John said. -Let's see what we can do Okay. John starlcd the car again, and back to the street. He knew where to go. On the highway just outside town, in a grove of trees, was a cluster of green and white cabins, linked by a cir cuhjr dirt road. The office was part of > small general store facing on the highway. I got out to the ram and knocked, while John sounded the horn. ' last a light went on upstairs, An old man came to view wearing a tattered bathrobe He peered »t me through the glass then opened the door a little. ' "Got any cabins?" I asked. "How many?" 'e'll need two cabins." "**'*• I. &°l two. That will come to $3 apiece." ' 1 opened my wallet and brought out a $10 bill and a five. He took the bills and said, "Three bucks more. :. That makes "Six b«d3" he »,A n charge by the beds, if you don't want the cabins, say so." I paid Him $3 more, lie gave rne two keys and said, "Nine and I hurried back to the car and old John the numbers- ol the abins. The headlights picked up fa. » 6rst, and I fot out and opened th« door of t garage sh«l rfjoinin? the cabin John drive a, acd. wt «aur«d U through a door opening from the garage. Governor Warburton produced a big grin, like a man without a care. "Fit for a Cabinet heeling." h said, and looked at the three iron beds, the washbasin with iU rivulets of rust. Lucy said, "Got a match. Roy?" I found » match and offered her a cigarel, but she shook her head and knelt by the gas stove. She struck the match and turned on the gas, and we watched Ihe match burn slowly out. Lucy looked up unhappily at me and said, "No gas! "He stuck ui »ig for these two cabins, I said. "I'm going to se« to U we get some heat." ' ^'.P 0 ' b * "><: garage and splashed through the puddles to Ihe oflict I knocked hard, and at lajt the old man came' groping down the stairs. "We need heat," I sa id. -Th« gas doesn't turn on." He rubbed his chin and said Sorry, we're out. of gas, Teller T!i g ?"!, g '° ^ omc out an< i H» my lank loday, but he didn't show 1 looked Into his pa i e . CTa(1 eyes, and shrugged. We could not go to a holel, but not (or the reason he thought. As I started out agam, I noticed a wall telephone and made a menial note of the number. lo '»e garage and tried the radio again. The report was • *"?% ™ indication °« diminution of the gale- Back in Uie cabin, r g a v» the news »"V shake °< my head and said, Governor, I think we'd belter send Bill Evers a tclczram " "Saying what, Roy?" "Telling him to telephone ut here," I said. "There's a te" phorw out front and 1 took th« number. I'll wire him to call that number and ask for Ihe man in cabin nine." "That's cryptic enough to Elv« poor Bill the blind slafgWT." t£ Governor said, and gave me a keen glance. "Vou don't think were going to makt the grade, do you, Roy?" 1 was just o* fa ft* rform, Governor." I said. "No, 1 rlon'L" I OUT OUR WAY :^^l3^SS5S£ * ^^s^^3S^s»» •sr^jaiH^^I^^^ STREAMLINED HILDA .' Me I KNEW ALL ALONG vau iNvrrro PUYW& Ct-IR SONS,DREAM Boy,'MELLOW, HUH? THE ARTIST AMP THE'ENSI Benefit by Reading and Using Courier N«w, Classified Ads MEAN IT, HAZFL WOMEN SHOULD THE ELECTI SERIOUSLY WHY, WE COULD ELECT WOMAN PRESIDENT / YOU MEN COULDN'T DO A THING ABOUT IT &IG MOUTH! »OOK 'EM BECAUSE OfJ6 SUV LftdY R6PCRT. Bg; ALL CAR€> IM THE NHSHBORHCOC? CP PEWCLS5 TVfeSTgiT. THW BLOW OK) THE HEIV.D wusrve &TUMW60 WE FOR. A MINUTE. TH'THUSS we SURE INEMT THRU BVE HOLY SMOKB, WY WMlFT! iDEMTincwroN PAPERS. WOJJ6Y. WJD THM- NOTE OF MIL5ON'* KEQUE6TIMG THE NWIO^OR TO MB THE OM> I NEEO TO LOCW6 ^^ *VTJ»»fr.,,BUT NOTWNG FYV'.SKME.THEY'D 66 BETTER OFF IF THEY DID UD5E 'EMI SPACIOUS/ _*-\Honcoui.v ISAIC* &IMME TH UMBRELLA, YA CLOBBER.- HEAPEP CANINE.' POG. BU&S./» »/ i TKAiNip Tele vis ion- Ton ite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Channel 4 FR'IDAV NIGHT, OCTOBER 24 8:00 Evening' Serenade 6:15 News 8:30 Those Tivo 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Dennis Day 7:30 Playhouse 8:00 Bfg Story 8:30 Aldrich Family 9:00 Cavalcade of Sport* 9:45 Grentset Fights 10:00 Football This Week ' 10:15 Washington SpotllRht 10:30.News 10:40 March of Time 11:10 Names the Same 11:40 Weather 11:45 Where Was I 12:15 News 12:20 Sign off SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25 6:45 News 8:55 Morning Meditation 9:00 Little Revue 9:30 World's Greatest Stories 10:00 Film Featnrette 10:30 Srnllin' Ed 11:00 Big Top 12:00 News 12:15 Super circus 1:15 Illinois-Purdue 4:IS Scoreboard, 4:30 Kukla, Fran li oille 5:00 Nahire of Things 5:15 Scoreboard 5:30 Strike It Rich ' 6:00 Juniper Junction 6:30 Lone Hanger 7:00 All star Revur- 8:00 Show of Shows 9:30 Wrestling 10:30 News 10:35 c. A. Preview 10:40 Jackie .Glcason 11:40 Weather • 11:45 Balance Your Budget 12:15 News 12:20 Sign Off H-flLTCRS • UflUITY SHO£ SHOP TI W M a 1 N| ST PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Trices Kirby Drug Stores IMPORTED Holland Bulbs Choose roan ri«ht i*»j while Kltcdons »re complete. TUMI'S, DAFFODILS, HYACINTHS, CROCUS AND MANY OTHERS. Blsirer, HtUer Bolh, _ most for jonr The« .re the choic^t ., marled rflreet u .. f,. m ' Holland. PAUL BYRUM Hard war* & Seeds 114 E. Main

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