The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1952 · Page 10
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July 1, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1951 BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major HoopU CAM- PAIGM FOR PRE6- 1DEMT KOLLIKG? PLftr^KS lt-1 YOGR PLATFORM PROM.LS- If-lS LOTS OF POTATOES AMD HEH-H6H.' Tf?U6 WORD IM 3esT/-~~eLn AT PReseiJT T'M OVL- CULATItJG HOV^J TO GETOGT THe VOTE.' MORE tUflf] IK>,0OO,OOO QOALIREO ITIZEM5 DIO VOTE irJ '4S-«~-—/ I'LL ewe Trie\vf eMTHOSa .\ -^ ABOUT// r •? M PROMISE 'EM U ANOTHER DEAL Like GEORS& WA6HINGTOM <3A\I£ USALL H& EVJ6R ToSSeD ACROSS THe WATER WA5 BUCK .' ^E'LL 66T TH& VOTERS &OTo Experts Teach Indonesians BANDUNG. West Java (/Pj — Americans and HoUcmtiers are young Indonesians ihe tricks of modern warfare. Officers and men of the Netherlands Military Mission in Indonesia work on the Indonesian army while group of 14 American civilian flight, instructors train the fledgling Indonesian air force. About 100 cadets have become qualified military pilots sinre the American instructors started their work in February 1951. The Americans teach the men how to handle such U.S.-made products as the piper Cub, the Harvard trainer and finally the B-25 Vjomber Vnd Mustang fighter. Utah was named tribe of Indians. for the Ute JOE ATKIN ^ MACHINE WORKS PAGE NINETEEN OUT OUR WAY FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS UOOK— 7 CUSTOMERS; THE HEAT is CHfrSIN&THEM TO we CRUMPET "The boss says that while we're here in a nice air-cooled office, he's spending his vacation broiling in a hot sun trying to catch a few smelly old fish!" Political Announcements Subject to Preferential Election July 29. 1952 For County Judge GENE BRADLEY PHILLIP J. DEER I. D. SHEDD IHIIT MITAL (HOP SHUCTUIAL JTIIl • 0*1 AND tUCTtlC WELDINO • GIN HIPAHJ . UACKSMITH. INO . HAKBWAKI • MACHINI IIPAIIt BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS PHONES: Day 3142; Night 6153 Television & Radios REPAIRED Any Make or Model Set 1 DAY SERVICE FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE 24 HOURS A DAY Day Phone: 2642 Night: 8858 No Extra Charge For Night Calls FRED CALLIHAN RADIO SERVICE 110 S. 1st Blythevill* For Circuit Clerk OERALDINE LISTON For St.it* Senator SEN. LEE BEARDEN HENRY K. HOYT WILLIAM H. (BILL) WYATT For Stale Representative KENNETH S. SULCEB For Posl No. 2 PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock • Guaranteed Hest Prices Kirby Drug Stores Even a grease job is Riven extra attention when you bring your car or Iruck tn T. I. Seay Motor Co, We hit ALL the spots. Whatever service your car needs, you'll get more for your money here. T. I.SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer 121 E. Main Phone 2122 XXIV ,GE KENDALL managed to F gel to his feet. "Mr. Sutv/o^th," J George said, "there has be or a (change in plans. I thought I was ve with your daughter, but I sVie's completely crazy. Besides. I she's got a left hook like a cham- | pion." Albert P. Sutworth turned his i gaze from George to the roadside. I There, silting at Ihe edge of the 1 ditch were (wo figures, side by I side. One was the truck driver. I Trim Faber. holding his head I his hands. The other wns Marilyn ISutwortb, stroking his rusty col- I orcd hair with, her fingers. "Poor man. 1 ' Marilyn was saying. "What happened?" George asked I Verna. who was standing now bc- Iside him. "I natted him on the head with tire iron." said Verna Denton I "I didn't like to have him punch | my boss in the jaw." "Remind me to raise your pay." I George said to his secretary. "Our latency is solvent, since Mr. Sut| worth hns paid his fee." "There's still a matter of kid- Inaping. arson and possibly a few I other things like peeping Toms and i. like," said Vern,i -After we set lie with Max Arno lior that hurned load of hay, I think we'll be in Ihe clear," George Mr. Sutworth cleared his throat "Now, young man." he said, "Pv lanother job for you." He noddei • toward Marilyn and Faber. "I can Itoll that I'm going to have trouhl (with my daughter over that youni |rmn I know the signs." "You want to hire me again? 1 ICitnrcc was incredulous. "I like you. You're no quitter I In fact, if you do have to marr; • my daughter. I'll give you m I blessing. If anyone can put he •in line, you can. Now break n Ithis budding romance with Ui Ired-headed young man and ITt pa> lyour fee exnensrs and a bonus. oing to be a quitter now that I'm head." "But, my boy! You're fond of Marilyn. Your actions showed I—" "Trouble is, Mr. Sutworlh, she's ond of everybody. In the past wo days she's been infatuated with Chief Big Bear, me and now t looks like .she's .• ing for young .Ir. Faber. Jus1 think of the fees hat you'll have to pay to keep her way from boy friends, unless you et her marry that young man.'" • * » EOHGE and Verna took the 7 midnight train back to New York. George had a small adhesive intch over the abrasions on his iaw. but otherwise he was un- unrred and he had a fat bo.nus in lis pocket. While Mr. Sutworth had not exactly given his blessing lo his daughter's latest romance, he had seemed kindly disposed to ware Faber when last George had seen them together. , "What made you do it. Verna?" eorge asked his secretary, who it beside him on the train, *'Do whal?" "Sot-k Faber with a tire iron, of coarse. 1 wasn't in danqer. Tna', punch knocked me out and Faber probably didn'l intend to do me any more harm." "I said I didn't like (o have him punch you." 'That isn't the reason, and you know it," Verna took a deep breath. "Lei's study the problem of being a hero, ft isn't always Ihe fellow who 1i the dragon, you know. Sometimes there'. 1 ! sympathy for the dragon." "1 don't get it.™ "Well, it's this way. You kid [taped Marilyn—Miss Su I worth— and she dkin't think it was so romantic. She demonstrated lhal she liked to bo the big muscle when she dumped you into the vegetables and fr\iits. r ~ George noddcci and Verna rnn- ou out o( the truck, she probably had a liltle feeling of contrilcness —maybe she was sorry. Then along came Faber with his fists and knocked you down. That was :he h" nishing touch. You 'd been kayoed and it was her fault. She should have broken down then and confessed her love when you woke up. So I had to do something. 1 socked Faber 50 that she'd have a choice as to which man to weep over. I figured it was a better than a 50-50 chance against you because Fabcr's better looking." What did you want to do that for?" "You really didn't want to marry her, did you?" "For awhile it seemed like • idea. You've got to admit the girl's attractive and I'm—well, I'm Hist a young fellow, quite h union." Verna shook ner head. "For heaven's sake! Doesn't a man ever look beyond the girl's outside? First a saxophone player, then maybe some others, then a wrestler, next you—a private detective—now a truck driver. That t?irl falls in love with whatever happens to be near and wearing pan Is." PEORGE gawped for a moment. Then the corners of his moulh Aimed slowly upward. He began laughing. "J BUPSS she was serious alwut being 3 farmer's wife." he viid. "Thai's what she'll be if she sticks to Faber." "She won't and she's no more Farmer's wife than you're a farmer. George Kendall. You're a private detective. You never give up." Thanks," George grinned "Funny, but I sort of hoped that the reason yon socked th.it truck driver was , because — well — because you sort of liked me a lillle " "I do." "Huh?" "Sure. I'm cra7y about you. But you're unpredictable, cra?.y, hair- brained, harum-scarum, and you fall m love with whatever happens I NEVER. CAN GET THESE HC OKI A Dl£ WELL. IF SOUEE AS LAZy ABOUT WASHING* THE STOOL FEET AS VOU ARE OWM, I THtWK ^OL/LL DROP THE iw PARCHED.' i GOULD GUZUF fOf. A A WHOLE OF SOW TOp/ OUAW OF j ICE CBEAM.' MEAT WAVE CONTINUES SLIPPIKT AW SPLASHW WITH ALL THAT/ YOU STRETCH TH' THIM& OVER TH' STOOL FEET. SLtP ' DISH UMPE LWGP.MORC.' TAKIM6 THEIR- BUSINESS To THAT FRIGH> PHARMACY' ' IF VOU 8AKEO TOMATOES WHL. i'W <30I*JG OVffc. A^D DOA BREATHING? WHV MOTHERS SET &RM ... Benefit by Reading and Using Courier New* Classified Ads ... HOW LOW& IT TAKES. 70 THAT KINO or- $rur-F- JNOCUi-Are THE K^ IOXIA P/6& IN THE IE GCEil WAP- ON THS 6/lRTIl! SPECIAL f\ eou CAL-U4TAN&. MAYBE POf? HOW COME WE'VE NEVER HAD A WOMAN PRESIDENJT?' Y &F-CAUSE1 'VJOMEN ARE AFRAID TO SPEAK UP THE WAY WE MEM ISTHI&A6A&? O KILL WHO? S-O-&KCWL, THEY'RE T-T-T-TZVIM& ~ K-K-K-kILL V IROH1CA.1.-.A.PTER A F&BUUOUS CAREER A&AM INDUSTRIAL "V UAkAE MAY LIVE THRU THE AGES &S A PAINTER! IEOM&.RPO P& VINCI WP.S VERSATILE, TOO..MVEHWR, M?CUirEa, SCIENTIST, BRIDGE 6UIIPER,..V£T IS KMOWN THRU THE CENTURIES FOR A FEW ART MASTERPIECES, IT* TKUE.ONLVDM& ttWJ ttftS CM.LEO W WORK GREAT..BUT POIGNHRD'S I».W KNOW! TKV IS.ffiCLAIMS TO BE. MWWW, I FEEL fT (U WV BONES.,, BUT RANK AMMBJR5 WW ALSO FEEL TMW! HfAW...rD LIKE TH6 OPIMION OF MOTK6R COMPETENT 3UDSE [Bur iw THE WEE- HOURS Of THE NIGHT; NOPE, IT'S REKV-1 TUN SOOONE5S... ...I'LL CERTMNLY BE GLA.O 10 GET IN OUT OF THIS TERRIBLE THE SATE...THEY'RE CUDSIMS rri OH, NO, MO! MOW \f ONLY rT DOtShVT TURN OUT TO BE u MIRAGE! m Conditioned Television ANNTKNS L H.VTE PIS5ATI5RED CU6TOAAER/ felevision- fonite. Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Channel 4 TtJESHAY NIGHT, JULV 6:00 Pjiiladelpliia 48 7:00 Boss Lady 7:30 Circle Tlieaire 8:00 Amntcur Hour 4:45 To Be Announced 9:00 Studio One 0:00 Dangerous Assignment 0:30 News 0:40 My Friend Irma 1:10 City Hospital 1:40 News 1:45 Sieu Off WEDNESDAY, JULY 6:45 Te.st Pattern 7:00 Today 1:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Prologue to Future 8:30 Breakfast Party 9:00 Mrs. U.S.A. 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Storylanci 10:15 Love of Lite tfl:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Morning Meriilation 11:00 Film Featurette 11:15 Garry Moore !!:45 1st 100 Years 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Home-makers Program 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Johnny Dnpnn 2:00 Manhattan Matinee 3:00 Hawkins Falls 4:15 Gabb Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doady 4:00 News 4:05 Berl Oiswanger 4:30 Space CndeU 4:45 Hartoons 5:00 Summer show Case 5:15 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Those Two 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Youth Wants To Know 6:30 Juvenile Jury 7:00 Television Theatre 8:00 The Unexpected 8:30 Electric Theatre fl:00 On Stage 9:30 Boston Blackie 10:00 Meet The Champ 10:30 News 10:40 Rocky Kinfr 11:10 I've Got A Secret !!:"> News 11:45 Sign Off _ "No, thanks, -»Ir. Sut^ortb.. I'm'linuecL "Well, alter she itnockedj to be near and wearing skir "Verne." "Yes." "You're near!" The next incnt she wa* .n his arms. THE END CAMERA REPAIR (loe* the shutter fall to click on your camera? Aren't you latlsfied «-Mh Ihe pictures vnn'rr eel tine? ft TOO hare r.impra trouMcs take rnur ramrra lo BARNEY'S. You'll Ret Ihe finrst In repair service and quick, too! Wt KAV1 IVHYTMINO ! CAMERA FAN Barney's Drug CAMKRA HEADQUARTERS 200« W Main Thnne 36*7 PUNS FOR OUR UACATION! S I ^, =r= a - t;

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