The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 9, 1954 · Page 13
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MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1954 BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.T COURIER NEWS PXGB OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Mojor Hoop It , &M5f rve SKETCHED TKE F0R A PAlMLES£ BEAR TRAP' YJILSL'R ^MAJOR/IFVJ5 60 L\K& A 4 iM TKAT -« WET gLEPHANiT PITFALL I Irt- Kf^^Hm VEWT6D YEARS AGO EXCAVATION 50 fr -'^aiMSOJT~- HAf?" C0MET0 IT UTTL& OUT OUR WAY By J. R Williams WE 60T7/i W UK.R.Y, "^\ O H, PEAR WAMMA ""//t//%\ BE LATE FOR TME COSTUME / GOES —S./.X > „ y FLYIN6 MAT/ Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WHBQ Channel 13 Monday Night, Aug. 9 6:00 Burns and Allrti 6:30 Talent Scouts 7:00 Public Defender 7:00 Traveltime 8:00 Summer Theatr» 9:00 Llberace 9:30 Encore Theatre 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Late Show Tueidty, August 10 6:00 Morning Show 7:55 News 8:00 Garry Moore 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Strike it Rich 10:00 Valiant Lady 10:15 Love or Lilt 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Guiding Light 11:00 Kitchen Magic 11:25 News 11:30 Welcome Travelers 12:00 Robert Q. Lewis 12:30 House Party 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Lady of the House 1:45 Bob Crosby 2:00 Brighter Day 2:15 Secret Storm 2:30 On Your Account 3:00 Poria Faces Life 3:15 Early Show 4:30 Western Theatre 5:00 Mars Patrol 5:30 News 5:45 Summer Holiday 6:00 Plash Gordon 6:30 Made in U.S.A. 7:00 Meet Millie 7:30 Center Stage 8:30 Blue Angel 8:00 Danger 9:30 Danny Thoma* 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Late Show WMCT Channel 5 Monday Night, Auf. 9 6:00 Droodles 6:30 Voice of Firestone 7:00 TV Recital Hall 7:30 Robert Montgomery 8:30 Badge 714 9:00 The Dufce 9:30 News 9:45 Clete Roberts 10:00 Wrestling 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Adventure 11:00 Film Feature 11:45 Sign Off Tuesday, August 10 5:50 Meditation 6:00 Today 6:25 News 6:30 Today fi.:55 News 7:00 Today 7:25 New^ 7:30 Today ~" ~ 7:55 New* 5:3 ° 8:00 Ding Don; School 8:30 A Time To Live 5:45 8:45 '..'hree Steps to 6:00 Heaven 6:30 9:00 Home Show 7:00 10:00 The Bob Smith 7:30 Show 10:30 Shopping at Hom« 8:00 11:00 Storylana 11:15 Photoquiz 8:30 11:30 HomemafcerB 8:00 Program 12:00 News 9:30 12:15 Farm News 9:45 12:30 Channel Five Club 10:00 1:00 One Man's Family 10:30 1:15 Golden Windows ' 10:40 1:30 First Love , 10:45 1:45 Concerning Miss ' 11:00 Marlowe 11:45 Hawkins Falls Bride & Groom. Betty White Show Pinky Lee Show Howdy Doody Eerl Olswanger Armchair Adventure Lash of the West Captain Video. Slim Rhode* Interesting Person. Weatherman World of Mr. Sweeney News Caravan Midwestern Hayrlde Arthur Murray rummer ' Playhouse .'op Plays of the Year Truth or Consequences Biff Baker Air. District Attorney News Clete Roberts To be announced News Weather Adventure Film Feature Sign Off Political Announcement The Courier News is authorized J.to announce the following candi- ' date for the Runoff Primary August 9. For State Representative Mississippi County Post No. 4 E. C. (Gene) Fleeman EL H. (Buddy) Howard T. M. R«E. u. S- Pit. oft Cepf. 19S* by NEA S*rvic«. inc. "You can read my scribbling, Miss Dix—type out these cute remarks of my grandson and pass them around for laughs!" "No, I did NOT get lost from a parade! " Corrosive Cedar Certain objects placed In cabinets of cedar wood may be harmed by the resinous matter in the wood which acts as a corrosive, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. "Unripe Gold" Indians of the Andes highlands scornfully called platinum "unripe gold" and threw it back into the streams to ripen in the days of the Spanish Conquistadores. Magnetic Compass The compass needle points not to the North Pole, but to the north magnetic pole of the earth. This pole is in northern Canada, near the Arctic Circle . 1 IT'S JUST A LITTLE \ ( I'M. IM LOVE OVFP A. V-A.C7 i/^r» Ti&T 1 >VV1TU IT / iM D<:\'K VOUX FILL- TU.ANK VOU FOZ ASkl*J5\ 5U3SNES9/ VDU AND YOU AND MJ.Y CAME TO V WITH THE PEOPLE I MEDICAL ME TO FLAY HOOKY, \ THEL\\A KXXK VOUt CLT '^ rfS SUCH A LOVELY SELVES OUT AT IF i k THATSTCKSE' 11 =• TO LIVE, j TOO-ALJ-&UTA DO VOU/ FE\V/AUY AAQiJE TOA'N? ^-<7u QUESTiON'Sl NO ONE BUT ME I. AND THE PiSM... AND NATURE'S PEACEFULNESS! WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn. Co. Authorized Frigidaire Service Household-Commercial and Air Conditioning Adams Appliance Co. Phone 2-2071 HOT DELICIOUSLY SEASONED WITH OUR CHILI AND CHOPPED ONIONS TAKE HOME SACK— 6 FOR $1 KREAM KASTLE DRIVE IN waiting up, which she didnt do usually. I could see that she had been crying and I thought mayoe my pa had died at last, but no. She said with a funny : look on her face, "Freddie, my dear little boy, there is some mail for you on. toe mantel in the I parlor." ' I didnt get the whole angle as •it was a long time since she had called me her dear little boy, but I went in and looked. There it was, which I should have known ,jn the first place—my draft notice. Next day, when I met Milo, I told him what had happened and what I had to do. It ended up with, something I hadn't expected. "Milo, me, good American. Fed go war, Milo go itoo. Milo win 'war. Is nobody can lick." j This fellow at the recruiting 'office—a sergeant, as I learned later—listened while I explained how I had got my draft notice • and decided that, being patriotic, I would enlist before I was drafted. He didn't seem to be as interested as I was, but he said, "Okay, buddy. Go in there, but you should understand that this is the Army and it is strictly un- permissible to take pets with you. What kind of animal is it, and what does it feed on—bananas?" 1 At first I didn't know what he was talking about and then I realized it was Milo. It seems that not only was Milo too short, but he was also overweight and a couple of other things. Being the strongest man in the world, it was naturally difficult for him to believe that any army wouldn't be glad to have him. In the Army, you are not supposed to call anything by its ri-.ht name, but invent another nr.r-o that stands for the real harder, so the enemy won't find out, say "Operation" in front of it. Some of the names were awful silly, I thought, but if they prevented national security, it was okay with me. Almost immediately I got into what was called "Operation Toe-Hold." But something else first, 'before I tell you how that happened. Anything with the word "Operation" in front of it was a top- priority secret, which means that it is the secret the enemy learns about first. Not that it mattered in my case, for it would have been no secret to any of the enemy, seeing me, that I could take them over three falls to a finish- Anyway, while T was in Operation Toe-Hold, I never said anything to a living soul and never met any dead ones. Now it can be told. I taught men to rassle. got home. When I pulled up in front of Betty Jane's house in Milo's car and pressed on the horn, she came running out and hugged me right in front of the whole street. She said, "Oh Freddie, you look wonderful," and I said, "Betty Jane, you look pretty good yourself." I had only a 10-day leave, and before it was over, we decided to get married right away, which we almost didn't, because I felt I had to be fair to her and explain all about Operation Toe- Hold. For a moment I thought that she was going to give the ring back again and I did some fast talking. I told her that it was the best way I could contribute to the war effort and that I had been ordered into this top-priority secret operation. She thought a few minutes, then said, "No. Freddie, it isn't that I hale wrestling any more n^i.iC, and then, to make it I than any other so-called sport, -' -••—•* " ' "«_ .*^dMHfe. ,.,""*' ' " . *,ju. if you become good in it Hardly a week but you hear about a benefit for a boxer somewhere. I don't know just what becomes of wrestlers, but—" "They go on wrestling." I had her there. "Wrestlers are the only athletes who practically go on forever. Look at Stan Zbyszko." "You look at him- It would make me sick. I suppose he is short and fat, like your friend Milo." She spoke real sharp and I hardly knew what to say. Then aL" of a sudden she said, "I will marry you under one condition, which is that you give me your solemn promise to give up wrestling when you get out of the Army, and also that you will not have anything more to do with Milo." There was nothing to do but promise her that once I took the car back to Milo I wouldn't correspond with him even so much as to send a postcard. There is no need telling about the leaves I got, or how disappointed I was when Frederika turned out to be a girL * * * HPHE minute I got out of uni- •*• form the problems began. For one thing, none of my clothes would fit, and I had to buy new ones. Betty Jane had been living with her folks for so long that she wanted a home of her own, but where to find one? Then there was the matter of a job. I tried a couple, but I was too big for most anything but working in a warehouse or going back to some supermarket. I had made some extra money betting on how good I was at wrestling in the operation I told you about, but that was going fast. One day when I came home from looking for some kind of iob that women weren't doing, Betty saw how discouraged I was. "Fred, 1 just thought of something. Imagine both of us ^orgetting that insurance course you took for a whole winter!" She was sure a smart kid. I remembered right away how you first sold only a $25,000 policy and then worked it up to $100,000, or even more. (To Be Continued) You Can't Beat Hubbard's 1-TON Air Conditioner latest Mode/$<) AA95 Save $700 £77 Hubbard & Son Furniture I COULD MARDLY TEAR MYSELF AWAY/ FROM THAT " SPOT! "vH^" ' T. M. R« e . it S. P»L OH. HXJ sw vouz NAME'S WB*S£L ANC7 THAt^ THE WHOLE NAME... frasvou by NEA Survic*. SHE A\f<5HT KNOW V THOSE PLATES/ KNOW NICKfe 905$ H#7 c^#vcvFrafsjTw<3 FWTBS/ WITH 7H£AA HE -LfEWT NCK ewes—• LITTLE KWCWLEOSE CAW ge PAN66KOUS-- OR /W*»T5fc PKOPIT- L£...5e£'?OU TOMORROW/ f ROW. 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