The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 20, 1956 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 20, 1956
Page 13
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MONDAY, FEMIUAJIT M, IMS (AM.) oounmt NCWB PA'CaTTHTRTEEK OUR lOARDINt HOUSI — with M.j.r Httofik MY WOBD, FATHER/ ttO Ot*t POWUSTIC PUPH.S 5CORE A TOUCHY OrJ -iCUl* OPTKJC-—LBT FETCH A STEAK ~- V6RV &OTUM6 FOR A f&ACK ACT AHO I F0K450T TO t>J THAT 4CALAWA6 tf A AWARDED H»»A A DtPlOMA MAKES HIS MACK* 2 ., OUT OUR WAY ly J. H WIHtam. . lOUldC»<U. BREAK MC THE WORK* KIR EXTRAS- . OH H*MCuHa«r MUS1ACR KETCHt*? THE eOURMETS ^ „..*..»_ .2 X •v 3 if WHAT PIP I 1 MEPEOT RE- "1DU SAY. / fAARKEP THAT tOU HAD MOftC MATTER tout SHOUL- TtUvifion — Tonight, Tomorrow -- WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WREC — Channel 3 WMCT, Ch»onel 5 Monday Night, Feb. » 4:00 Cktpain Z-Ro 6:30 Tony Martin 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Caeear'a Hour 8:00 Medic 8:30 Bob Montgomery 9:30 Science Fiction 10:00 IMO Reporter 10:15 Boston Blackie 10:45 Weather 11:1$ Tonight 12:00 Sign Off Tueiday, Feb. M • ;50 MKlttatton 7:00 Today 7:25 Weather 7 :30 Today 7:55 Today IB Memphis 8:00 Today 8:35 Mewi 8:30 Today 8:55 Newi & Weather 9:00 Ding Dong: School 9:30 Storyland 9:45 The Cathy Show 10:00 Home Show 11:00 Ernie Ford 11:30 Feather Tour Nest 12:00 Mld-SOUth Today 12:15 TV Movie 1:15 Modern Romances 1:30 HomemBkers 1:45 Date With Life 2:00 Matinee Theatre 3:00 Channel & Theatre 3:30 Quen lor a Day 4:00 Pinky Lee 4:30 Howdy Doody 3:00 Adventure 5:30 Interesting Person 5:40 Cartoon* 5:55 Weather 8:00 Soldier of Fortune 8:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Milton Berle 8:00 Jane's Fireside 8:30 Circle Theatre 9:30 Grand Oie Opry 10:15 Star Stage 10:50 Mystery Theatre 11:15 Tonight 12:00 Sign OH WHBQ, Channel 13 Monday Night, Feb. H 8:00 Little Rascals «:25 You Know Why tf:30 Topper 7:00 TV Reader's Digest 7:30 Voice of Firestone 8:00 Ramar 8:30 Medical Horizons 9:00 The Pendulum 9:30, Foreign Intrigue 10:OtVNewfl 10:05 Weather 10:10 Paul' ft Mary Ford 10:15 Late Show 11:45 Weather Tuesday, Feb. 21 8:45 News & Weather 9:00 Romper Room 10:00 This Is Hollywood 11:30 Stu Erwln 12:00 Weather 12:05 News 12:15 Theatre 1:00 Miss America 2:00 Film Festival 4:00 Autry-Rogers 5:00 Mickey Mouse 6:00 Little Baacal* 6:25 Shoe Show fl:30 Warner Presents 7:30 Wyatt Earp 8:00 Playhouse 8:30 Secret Journal 9:00 Danny Thomas 9:30 Cavalcade Theatre 10:00 News 10:05 Weather 10:10 Pattl Page 10:25 Late Show 11:55 Weather WREC. Channel 3 Monday Night, Feb. 20 8:00 News and Weather 6:15 Douglas Edwards 6:30 Robin Hood 7:00 Bums and Allen 7:30 Talent Scout* 8:00 I Love Lucy 8:30 December Bride 9:00 Studio One 10:00 Star and Story 10:30 News and Weather 10:45 Late Show 12:15 Sign Off Tuesday, Feb. 21 fi:55 Program News 7:00 Good Morning 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Garry Moore 9:30 Arthur Godfrey 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Valiant Lady 11:15 Lore of Life 11:30 Search Tomorrow 11:45 Guldlns Ught 11:00 Jacfc Fa»r Show 12:30 Love Story 1:00 Robert Q. Lewii 1:30 House Party 2:00 The Big Payoff 3:30 Bob Crosby Show 3:00 Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 On Tour Account 4:00 Ktrly Show 5:30 Range Rldei «:00 NeOT and Weather 6:15 Douglas Edwards fi:30 Name That Tune 7:00 Merer Get Blch 7:30 Navy Log 8:00 Meet MHlle 8:30 Red Skelton show 9:00 $64.000 Question 9:30 Trust Tour Wife 10:00 Amos and Andy 10:30 News & Weather 10:45 Lite Show Numbers Game KREMLIN, Oklft. W) — Postmaster J. Carlton Rathmel was more than mildly surprised when he looked at' the number on his 1956 automobile license tag. It.wag the same number its the 1955 tag. Rathmel said he had made no request for any special number and that it was strictly a coincidence. Por aeh«, pftim, cnti, braiwi, bnnu, colds, headach«, bltw and sllnrs. trr lok'i Gypsy Rub Liniment ATtllablt at Tour fanrite dnf counter C. 8. SMITH PRODUCTS CO. KOREAN LESPEDEZA $9.50 per cwt. FARMERS SOYBEANS CORP. "Home of Sudden Service" Blyrteville, Ark ^ Phone 3-8191 Hospitals Desegregated SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (A — Three San Antonio hospitals which opened their doors to Negro patients on a regular admission basic before the Supreme Court's 1955 ruling against public school segregation report they have had no complaints from white patients. All three have used Negro nurses for a long time, RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS "1 b«t more kids would come to school if you served I refreshments!" "Don't disturb ^our dad) He's figuring tht tax** he saved on the' $3,000,000 he'd have won answering TV quiz questions!" AND WW SCTT2E WW TO THREW A MOMiTEV WBENCH IKI DUE WEDDKJS PLANS THAN TO TA5 ME THE SUfTO? MOST uKEUY TO BECOME A HOPELESS INVALID/ YOU DOWT WANT TO LOSE W*i*Jr: : ANt>AU.'S FAB IK! LOVE AND W*Xl GOOD! WE'LL TAKE THE MIDNIGHT MOVIE! PLEASE, MOM! CAN'T WE WATCH ONE r-' MORE ^ PROGRAM O'CLOCK.' TIME FOR BEb.' 508 Cl. Lake Aye. Ph. 3-6981 Ju»t i Corps* at Twilight THE STORY! Alter belnic *hot • t »nd After nndiBK tke hodj n< «ered, Jflnte* ' Bennett. * prlTBte InreatJB-Ator, drjre* Lncy DorB to her home Bt the Wlnche»ter Inn In Beech Tree. Lner np- •nrrntlT IB niorblalr Interested l> Mn.'Oiillorn 1 . denth, *ltd «l»o In the Bropmed BBtopny »B Mm. OKhorn'» hBPihnnd, who died »lx monthn be«ore »Bd who.e denth. pOM«lhl7 from IndBMrlftl nnsea, I. heln* Inre.tlit.ted hr BeBnett. XIV I LOOKED at the book shelves on the wall beside us. Many of the books were mystery and detective novels, all in their bright jackets. On « lower shell was a row of paper-back reprints, and in • corner by themselves, set off from the rest by < bronze bookend, Were three hard-cover movels by-the same author, Pat 'Carstain. Her favorite author, I thought, remembering that she had been reading one of his books «t th« Inn dert the »lter- noon befort. "W«T« comfbrUbl* here," »he faid. "What tort of music do you like?" ' "Mopt tnythlng — except the hillbilly itu« *wl *h* fobbing crooners." Sh« laughed. "How about On the Al*mo?" " "Wonderful," I *aid. "I used to d*nc* to Idiim Jones in Cleveland. For * time he played at th« New Chin* th«r«." I ilfhed, rcmembnlng. . "I gun* th»t WM b«lor* my time," »h* Mid. "YM, in the 30'i. Ther* were tome f«l>«]ou« b»nd« In those •dayr Bunny Berrigin, tot one. Bunny'i <i«<l now." Sh* l*ughed *inl itood up. "Com* on," I followed h*r »«roii the room to th* mall hall. Sh* opened « door, turned on light!, and we entered a imall room eoatttalni more book »h«lvei, two gray •***' filing cabinet*, • d«*k by • window, three deep KaUxr chain and i mocd fltja on a stand beside a cabinet filled with albums and individual records. "This is kind of a combination office and den," Lucy said. "We keep the Inn records here, and I help with the book work." She took a record from the cabinet, placed it on the player's turntable, and in a moment the soft strains of Brahm's Lullaby filled the room. She turned and smiled. "A drink?" "Let me do it." She shook her head. "Sit down and relax. I'm the hostess here.' She took my glass and left the room. I gazed idly about There was a covered typewriter on the desk beside a thick stack of yellow paper. Also on the desk was a new box of white bond paper and a folder of carbon sheet*., I had a novelist friend in Cleveland and I had been in nil work room. Something stirred hi my memory, and I moved over to the desk. The yellow paget beside the typewriter were filled with double-spaced typing and covered with numerous correction s and penciled marginal notei. At the top of tht page were the words, CHAPTER ONE. That was all —no title, no au- thor'i name, but even my nonliterary mind recognlMd tht ant draft of a boot Curiosity overpowered ma. t lifted the cover of tht type writer, saw th* whit* top shwt backed by two earbona and y«l low ahceta rolled into place, and the neatly typed word* hi the center of the page: LOVB MB OR KILL MB 87 Pmt CBratalra. In the upper left-hand corner rai Lucille Dorn, followed by the name and addrm of a New York literary agency. Them wai a alight movement and the tinkle of tea, I look«d up. Lucy Dorn ttood In the doorway, wattbing at*, hcldia* the two glasses. I replaced the cover on the typewriter ,and I said, "Hello, Pat." * • * "HELLO," -she said- I stepped around the desk and took my glass from her hand. "I'm proud of you. Why keep it a secret?" She lifted her small rounded shoulders. "Nobody would understand, especially in a place like Beech Tree. They would think that I was, well, a—a screwball. II they knew that Maude Dorn's daughter was wasting her time writing about murder and blood and corpses . . ." "I'm sorry I snooped," I said, "but I couldn't help it." 'It's all right." She smiled up at me, "I intended to tel! you anyhow. I had the feeling that you'd understand. You see, I'm trying not to write just mysteriea —I'm trying to write about people, what they think and really feel and what they are." Sh* paused and her eyes were shining. "In my books I like to think that the murder *• incidental, just a —a basic problem from which the character's reaction! can be explored, tracked down. Nothing « more basic than death, hot even love, and I try to put into words—" THE aound at door ehimea stopped her, and she looked at me with a puzzled •xpnation. "That cant b* Mom yet, and be- sidei aba has her key. Ixcuaa ma." She left th* room. ' I mov*d down th* abort rial and itood tn the thadowa when I could tec the outsid* door. Lucy Dorn op*Md it and <t*pp*d back. Dr. Richard Jarrett cam* in, cloaed trie door and faced her. H* wai still wearing th* brown- checked Jacket and th* light glinted on his short eriap brown hair. He wai only a little taller than Lucy Dom, and I thought again that they made a nle«- looking coupl*. H* laid bluntly, "Luc*, I bad to *M you. I'm going away. I want you to go wit* with m«." (t* B* CMtuwad) MOCTY. ITS TIME WEHAPA6ERIOU5 TALK. JUST WHAT ARE WUR INTENTIONS TDWARPS MY PAUSHTER7 IV 86 THE FIRST TO APMITTHATl'ttLUaOl" INPEEP THAT JILL HA5 6HOWN EVEN A SMALL INTEREST IN ME. I WORSHIP THE VERY dttJUNP ON SHE WALKS. It CLIMS HlfiHE5TM(5umAIN MTHEPEEPEST6EA.... WHY, «Y INTENTIONS ARE IRREPROACHABLY HONORABLE . MY MOTIVES ARE UOFTY, ANP AS PiJRE AS THEPRJVEN 5NOW/ WHY. ME.WOBTLE, JILLlSAfilRL By' BILL WALKER CTCkf I L_-o, CAWLul » Y6J...FKOW RfcPIOfcCTIVE CLOUDS PRIFTING Ek&rWMtD ABOUT 50O MILES A PAV, >,5 METEOROLOGISTS HAP PREPICT6P, FOLLOWIN6 ATOMIC TESrS IN NEVftPA FOUR PAYS ASO ACCOKPINS TO 6EIGEK COUNTERS, A SHOWER PUMPED 2/10 OF A ROENTGEN THKUOUT THIS AREA AT Z'-53 P.M. AMP MINUTES LAT5R WAN*/ SAKWENT5 IM THE AREA CAME APART AT THE SEAMS, THO THE FABRICS WERE UNHARMED! WAS THAT ENOUGH RADIATION TO PI5INTESKATE THE COTTON THKE WHICH IU EACH CASE HAP BEEN SUPPLIEP 6Y THIS PLWJT? NO.JT SHOULDMT AFFECT AMY THREAD IKNOWOF1 THW AMOUNT IS IWKWfSi SINCE IT PISSIfATES IN A PAV OK TWO. 8LA7E5, SO THERE WAS A RADIOACTIVE FALLOUT OVER. THE CITY AT ABOUT 3 PM ML MV CUSTOMERS IS PERTECTEt BYOOR'POLICy WITH W. L. WALKER INSURANCE AGENCY Glenco Bldr. Phone 3-4360 THAT'S RIGHT JP--USHT BY ALL MEAMS US ALL ABOUT s our Foremost Concern BURIAL INSURANCE LOGAN Funeral Home THAT WASCAL BU65 CAN'T CLOBBER ME WITH A SNOWBALL IT'S SAFE TO WEAR MY . NEW HAT... i THE 6NOW RAS ALL MELTED! Concrete Calnrtiv-Corra.gate*' Metal Pip*— Automatic Floo. Gate*— Screw Typ* He*4 Gate* — Pre-Caii SepHc.Taaka W* DeMTer— BMt Prlcea at Ark.-Mo. Stat* Lin* Fkon* OSkon I -MM fiu. THESE TVttws PSOOT MPM, c-itvftpi? r\u. PiBom HIM WEftfrtDS, W HELPiW WftWNlBftV GOES TH' P>VPS, WO' VOftWM 1 TH' «OSX£T£, ffl WOSTW PiU. OVWT VOO PiFTEK THEWS HO TH' WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 ! TWb TH1W6 W Mdt> WAX, different itiini in stock! HUIIARD HARDWARI

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