The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 10, 1954 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.T COURIER NEWS FAG1 NINB OUR BOARDING HOUSE ~ with Major Hooplt r 1Ui$7$ OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams MA, COMCE OUT HERE » THAT <3Uy*LL HAVE PEOPLE PrM BA6 O_rr A6AIN, CONT VELL FOR WORTH IT L'L/ r I I '-•"> ir* /-irvtx nwi-i ;wu \ iK T 016 THE BEAR Tf?AP eUT RX/ £-* AM OLD 805R WAR VJ013MD/--VJHIL6 YOU'RE f HE SPOUT TUB I'D PITCH iri-AND MELP SCARS UNCL6 Y00A800TTHB .•A 6EEAV TO WHV MOTHER* <ser <SCAV LL SHOW YOU- ALLYA 6OTTA DO 6 STAND WI7W YOU* BACJCTO IT"/ I MUSTA DOME SOMETHING YSAY TMATS ANj AUTOMATIC BACK SCRATCMEP YOU'VE INVENTED? MOW Does PT>WORK?/£' 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow Hubbard Hardware "Her new boy fritnd is so intellectual he embarrtsset me—I wish she'd find some fellow as plain and simple • ~. as °u were!'* "I like him a lot better'n the guy you had over tht time you sat with me!" Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, WMCT Channel 6 6:00 Midwestern Hayride 6:30 Arthur Murray 7:00 Summer Playhouse 7:30 Top Plays of The Year i:00 Truth or Consequences . .8:30 Biff Baker 8:00 Mr. District Attorney ••<"B:30 News 9:45 Clete Roberts .10:00 To be announced 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Adventure 11:00 Film Feature 11:45 Sign Off Wednesday, August 1-1 8:50 Meditation 6:00 Today 6:25 News . 6:30 Today "6:55 News 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News ,8:00 Ding Dong School 8:30 A Time to Live 8:45 Three Steps to Heaven 9:00 9:15 10:00 10:30 12:00 12 :15 12:30 1:00 1:15 1:30 1:45 2 -00 2 : 15 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:25 5:30 5:45 6:00 TV On th* Battlefront Home Show The Bob Smith Show Shopping at Home Storyland Photoquiz Homemakers Program. News Farm News Channel Five Club One Man's Family Golden T^cdows First Love Concerning Miss Marlowe Hawkins Falls Bride A: Groom Bety White Show Pinky Lee Show Howdy Doody Berl Olswanger Armchair Aaventurt Lash of the West Hartoons Captain Video Interesting Person Weatherman- World of Mr. Sweeney News Caravan I Married Joan. 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:30 10:40 10:45 11:00 11:30 11:45 Superman TV Theatre This is Your Life Cisco Kid Favorite Story News Clete Koberti Soundstage News Weatherman Adventure Big Picture Film Featurette Sign Off WHBQ Cnannel 13 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:05 10:15 Flash Gordon Made in U.S.A. Meet Millie Center Stage Blue Angel Danger Danny Thoma* • Weather News Late Show Wednesday, August 11 6:00 Morning Show 7:55 News 8:00 Garry Moore 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Strike it Rich 10:00 Valiant Lady 10:45 11:00 11:25 11:30 12:00 12:15 12:30 1:00 1:30 1:45 2:00 2:15 2:30 3:00 3:15 4-:30 5:00 5:30 5:45 6:00 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:45 9:00 9:15 9:30 Guiding Light Kitchen Magic News Welcome Traveler Joye Thompson Robert Q. Lewis House Party Big Payoff Lady of the House Bob Crosby Brighter Day Secret Storm On Your Account Portia Faces Life Early Show Western Theatre Mars Patrol News TV Top Tune* Red Skelton Strike it Rich I've Got a Secret Blue Ribbon Bouts Do You Know Why Sportsman's Club Sport s Time TBA 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Late Show Political Announcement The Courier News is authorized to announce the following candidate for the Runoff Primary August 9. For State Representative Mississippi County Post No. 4 • E. C. (Gene) Fleeman H. H. (Buddy) Howard ATJTO, TRUCK AND •••• LONG HAUL TRUCK INSURANCE At Low Rates United Insurance Agcy. Ill W. Main Ph. 3-6812 Presidential Posts James Buchanan was president of a Pennsylvania railroad in the 1830s; Abraham Lincoln was an attorney for an Illinois railroad in the 1850s, and Harry .S. Truman was a timekeeper on the construc- tion of the Santa Fe about 1901 More world's United cent of than 40 per cent of the goods are produced in the States, which has six per the world's people. HOT DCG/ DELICIOUSLY SEASONED WITH OUR CHILI AND CHOPPED ONIONS TAKE HOME SACK—4 FOR $1 KREAM KASTLE IN l.s... XXXI 'I'HE first month I did pretty I •*• good. I sold Betty Jane's pa land my pa, because Ma made ihim buy a policy when she heard •about Mr. Blane taking one. Also. !l sold a good many policies around both our neighborhoods to folks who knew that I had just come back from the service. The trouble was that except for Mr. Watts,- who has the store at our corner, who took one for $2,000, all the policies were for only $1,000. I had no luck at all with those $25,000 policies that you made into $100,000, or even half that much. Betty Jane turned out to be one wonderful little manager, too. She made hamburgs out of a pound of meat that were the best you ever tasted, considering • sine put a loaf of bread in it too, and stuff like the leaves of celery, which you couldn't e*t any other way. Fredrika sure thrived on her mother's cooking. You never saw a kid grow like she was doing, and I'd spend whole evenings with her, showing her holds and things. Of course, I had to do them playful- like, so her mother wouldn't catch on. Once in a while I was tempted to go to some promoter and get > '»- match or two a week, and put liis on easy street, but knowing • how Betty Jane felt about,it, wild angels wouldn't have drove me to ask her, and I wouldn't go back on my sacred promise. It shows how honor pays off. for the next week after 'the last tirre I was tempted, I sold three policies—two of them for $5.000 each. When I came home i.nd told Betty Jane she hugged and k:?r^d me and it was like old .limes on her folk's sofa. Finally, after we stopped. Betty Jane sci " "Freddie.* darling, will you bu;. me something?" I agreed right away. "Anything you want—dress, shoes, anything." "Oh, clothes," she said, as though they didn't mean anything to her, which they did. "I've got plenty of clothes. This is for Frederika, mainly, but we'll get a lot of pleasure out of it too. She's out playing on the streets now, and you know that this is not a very good neighborhood- If we had a television set, it would keep her in afternoons." "A TV?" I must have almost shouted. "Do you know what they cost?" "Yes. And I can get one at 20 per cent off. Also, Freddie, there is something I ought to tell you, I saved a little every month out of your allotment for something like this. Enough to pay the down payment. All we have to do is pay $9.43 a month." If you are a married man, you know that I ended up by giving in. • * * WELL, we watched all kinds of programs, and sure enjoyed them, except that it was the smallest set Betty Jan* could buy, and a lot of the tim* you weren't looking at anything but sparks and flashes. Then, one day when I was extra-tired, I turned on a wrestling show somewhere. Frederika began asking questions. "That is what your daddy u*«d to do before he became an insurance salesman," I explained. She seemed real interested, until Betty Jane came over to see what it was that kept the both of us so quiet. "Oh. wrestling! You shouldn't let the child look at that stuff Turn it off." I was starting to, because t was too tired to object, when she said, "Wait a minute. Isn't that the awful-looking Greek you used to know?" The one wrestler had long blond hair and tht other one had a loot pair of Mack mustaches. 1 ton of came to then, and he did look a little like Milo. The build was like his, so far as you could tell, the way the light always flickered. Besides, the announcer called him Milo. there was no doubt about that We watched for over 15 min* utes. 1 said, borrowing a leal from Betty Jane's book. "It can*t be my Milo, because A, I can't imagine him with a mustache, and B. there isn't a wrestler living who could stay with him this long, and C, nobody ever booed Milo. like these people are doing; they laughed at him account of his being so funny-looking." There was a louder noise of booing than before and we both realized it was • Frederika. because just then this Milo on the TV threw the tall blond fellow. It was Milo's fcind of fall, out I was still certain It wasn't him. That was the final, and we sat through most of another program before Betty Jane asked. "Where did that wrestling program come from, dear?" "New York, I think." "How much would that Milo have made?" * • * T HAD given up reading about wrestling, to keep the devil behind me, but I guessed, "Five hundred dollars, maybe. I used to get $125 a bout in that litti* club where I wrestled » Baltimore." You should have seen Betty Jane sit up. "Why, Frtddie, you never told me!" *I can't remember that ytw ever asked,* I said, and thought nothing more of it until I came home the next night and here was this giant-screen sitting where our little TV had been. I hadn't sold a policy in days, so maybe I was a little peevish when 1 said, "Say, what is this?" Betty Jane didn't seem to notice and greeted me with the biggest hug in weeks. "I traded that little old thing in on this. Imagine, they allowed enough to cover the down payment and it is only $12.33 a month." I tried to b* reasonable. "But we hadn't finished paying far the ethtr one." "It's the same ewnpany, siMy," she answered. 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