The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1951 · Page 5
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TCTBD'AT, OCTOBER 1 1 Vw fruit of the mahof any tree* fc a yftr ahaped, woody capeule wtttrti oontalni many wlngtd leedi. (ARK.) COCKER PAGE SEVEN —T"™T™"T The UMiufeiff »»i « _have generally follow*] th* British model but h»v» been " HAL tOYLTS COLUMN SUPERVISORY FOREMAN W« ««* a nun, ate SS la M, with utenilv* experience ta <<*»- maiuhly. tnperrlie approximately 1M employee*. Mutt be amW- ttoM and able to think clearly. Good tutor*. In application, nltaw stale In detail paat wperlence. Compilation In iceonUne* with abUlty. WriUi RATION PACKING CO. OSCEOLA, ARK. Everyone Has a Hobby And Boyle Takes Full Day for Sunday Paper NEW YORK, Oct. 2. (IP) —Every- pages), the real estate section (22) A Complete Service For COTTON GINS-OIL MILLS INDUSTRIAL PLANTS Designing and Erecting Blow Pipe and Dust Control Systems—Exhaust Fans, Blow-Pipe Fittings and Sheet Metal Work. OF INTEREST TO COTTON SINNERS We have installed a complete set of modern machinery to give the cotton ginners in the mid-south a complete service. We Manufacture and Install PIPE ELBOWS CYCLONES DRAW BANDS METAL FITTINGS body has a hobby these days, from bird watching to collecting early photos of Gypsy Rose Lee. My hobby us reading Sunday newspapers. On Sunday. This hobby has been the bane of my dear wife's bacon and life for 14 years. my hobby. "If I had known about that be- "P sports oreh»nd I'd never have married ou," slzhed Frances. "Why don't ou' collect butterflies? Then we ould be out in the fields together and get some fresh air? Or goltf I'd b« glad to carry the clubs for both of us, if you'd just taie up golf. "But no, not you. All you want to do is sit upside down in a chair and read Sunday newspapers." There are two kinds of Sunday newspaper hobbyists—the skimmers and the perfectionists. Th« skimmers are those who lie in bed with i handful of Sunday papers. They rip open the pages rapidly, scanning a story here, an ad there, until they are covered from head to foot by a paper tent that shuts out the light. Then they Jail asleep. "I Am Perfectionist" Personally, I think the skimmers are people who move their lips white they read. I belong to the perfectionist, or classic school of hobbyists. We are never happy unless we read a Sunday paper a!l the way through—stories, ads, »nd pictures. One of the greatest sadnesses of my lite is that I have never been able to do this with the Sunday New •yi'ork Times. Heading It from first page to last Is a goal as challenging to my fellow hobbyists as the English channel is to long-distance swimmers. The Times has juat observed Its hundredth anniversary. And as a footnote to its celebration I'd like to announce that last week alter 14 years of effort, I finally read my way clear through its Sunday edition. In a single day. That's im- and the classified ads (16). It was cheering to note that $250 a month apartment: are again in good supply. After a late breakfast of eggs bacon and tea, 1 went right back to By 3 p.m., I had racked 12), drama, music, arl and travel (26). 1J Minulw of Trolling Then, after fifteen minutes o trotting around the room and doin full knee bends, I took on the bus! ness and business opportunities Fee tion (12 pages), and decided t leave my $500 in government bone and let the stock market .itrugg! without- me. Next came my favorite, the boo review section (361. It was then 6:3 p.m. My wife brought in a mea sandwich, and pleaded: "Give up, dear. You'll go blind Never! Groggily I attacked th magazine section (56 pages). By p.m. I was done, and 1 felt relresV ed from the pictures. After ten minutes more of de knee bends, I turned Into the horn stretch—the review of the week. Twelve pages later I sank back, exhausted but happy. I had marie it—after all these years. "My hero!" said Frances tenderly "You must rest now, dear. Next week we'll go to the country—and no newspapers for you." "Don't be silly," I told her. "Whoever heard of just swimming the English Channel one way? Next week I'm going to go clear through the Sunday edition backward." I will, too, bet no man in history ever did" that. arty Heads Again Asked to Resign WASHINGTON, Oct. S. <AF> — Senator Williams (R-Del) renewed oday hl« call for the resignations ' both Republican and Democratic ational chairmen. The relations of both with the He- onstructlon Finance Corporation, \g government lending agency, are nder Senate investigation. Williams told » reporter he was not Impressed by a vote of conil- lence Guy O. Gabrtelson, the GOP :hief, got yesterday from 41 members of the Republican National Committee at a one-day regional conference her*. That was all of the. 04 committee members who were here. Opens Tomorrow! 5 FOR Big, Thrill- Packed Days 5 Delayed Reaction MT. VERNON, Ind. M>) — After years of taking automobiles as they came, Lester Redman's t^-am of horses shied away Irom a passing car, threw him o!( his farm wagon and broke his aim. Oct. 3-4-5-6-7 "Little Miss Marsha" famed 7-year-old trapez« art- is!, who will perform at the Legion Fair, Caruthersville. Read Courier News Classified Ads i years ajo. ,' Qllinn reported "several outstanding acts of bravery" but added "we j haven't had lime to learn the namps of those who helped." ' The Greater 18th Annual AMERICAN LEGION FAIR "Southeast Missouri"! Largest Annual Family Party" Legion Park Caruthersville, Mo. MatthewsBlowPipeCo.Jnc. Serving The Mid-South Over 30 Years 125 Keel Ave. • Phone 8-6352 • Memphis, Tenn. portant. I've done It several times by spreading it over several days. Morning Dawned Clear The morning dawned clear and fair. There was i note of victor}' in the air. I was In fine fettle. When my wife brought In the papers, 1 told her. "Honey, it's today or never." "What? Not again?" she wailed. Just to warm up I pawed through the Sunday papers in two hours Then I turned to the Times. It was j only 266 page;—a hopeful sign. By noon I had zoomed through the general new» sections (76 Unknown Heroes Save Five Lives HAWTHORNE. Nev., Oct. 2. (AP) —Five survivors of a mysterious projectile explosion probably owe their lives to anonymous heroes. Five other civilian workers were killed in the explosion yesterday at the navsl ammunition depot. Cmrir Arthur Qulnn, acting commander, said they were the first fatalities at the depot since it was opened 2] IMPORTED Holland Bulbs Choose jours rljht »waf while selections are complete. TULIPS, DAFFODILS, HYACINTHS, CROCUS, AND MANY OTHERS. Blrger, Better Bulbs — s«t the most for year money. These are the choicest of bulbs, imported direct to as from Holland. PAUL BYRUM Hardware & Seeds 114 E. Main BlytheviUe Prof. George Keller and "Student" In Legion Fair Free Show RUNNING HORSE RACING PROGRAM Oct. 4-7 — 20 Rnces — 5 Each Afternoon — $2625 In Purses • Agricultural, Educational and Commercial Exhibits. • Mile-Long Carnival Midway — Featuring the 20th CENTURY SHOWS • Big Free Grandstand show 7:30 each evening, 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7. 7 TOP FLIGHT ACTS 7 ADMISSION: Adults 50cl I Parkins Children 25cj I Inside Tax Inc. I I Grounds 25e Register Tuesday, Wed. & Thursday! You may win a pair of 12.95 Shoes (Men's or Ladies) ^JT'Wednesday & Thursday Tremendous Savings on This 1.47 Value! 49e Bath Towels 49c Bath Towels White Backgrounds With Vivid Color Stripe! 3 FOR With Royal Savings at GRABER'S Boy,i Men! Talk About Sensational Savings! Look at This! Thickly-Fleeced Cotton Sweat Shirts SPECIAL Wednesday and Thursday Only! 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Choice of cardigans with jeweled suit buttons and elastic knit waisf! Or slip-ons with 3 gold- toned buttons, pin. chain, and cham-neck trim! Roth models with short sleeve?! Fall tones of pink, maize, aqua, lime; plus black or white! Sizes small, medium and large! These and Many Other Outstanding Itemt Await You at Your Shopping Headquarters! BLYTHEVILLE • SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR KOHEY BflCK

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