The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 4, 1952 · Page 9
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iltWDAT, FEBRUARY 4, OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with M.jor HoopU PO-«?OOP ,X PICKED DP IM e '& -~TUe VEST AJAPOLE'ON OKS AT WATSRLOO/ THE OLD 8OV WAS gosy He TOOK HIS MEAL oM THE WINS THE 600P I CAM EWVISIOM TH& FIRST CONSUL IN TRIUMPH AT AOSTERLITZ / wovJTue BULGES HE USED TO PLAC6 HftMD WIT a IM -THE- POCKETS ? Political Announcements Subject to Preferential Election July 22, 1052 Human life expectancy at birth in the United Slates Is now more than 20 years greater than it was ill 1900. For County Jinlse GENE BRADLEY For Circuit Clerk GERALDINE LISTO.V For Stale Sc'iialor SEN. LEE BEAROEN In the breeding season of wild ducks, mallard drakes dogfight in the air for a fem.ite's favo-- CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Sizes up to 36 In. Corrugated Metal Culverts Slits up to 84 In. A. H. WEBB Automatic Flood Gates Concrete It Mela] Septic T»nk« Sewer Tile Best Prices We Deliver Highway 61 at State Line Phone 71* FARMERS lie sure to have your COTTONSEED and SOYBEANS test for GERMINATION Send Samples to Woodson-Tene;>t Laboratories 612 West Ash St. Blytheville, Arkansas DID NOT (I't-oof Next Week) of the people all of the time need the protection insurance gives: your home, car, business can be covered thoroughly, let's get together and talk it over. (Last Week's Proof) Robert Fulton Did Not Ruild the First Steamboat: Blasco de Garay demonstrated a crude steam craft In the harbor of Barcelona In 1543; in October, 1783, James Rumsey successfully demonstrated a steamboat on the Potomac Rivrr. I. "Popular Questions Answered", Geo. W. Stimpson. OUT OUR WAY FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS "Some rough characters come in here, Joe—ever hear any of em discussing how to get a gang of relatives to go home?" Monks were the timekeepers o! the Middle Ages. Starters & Generators Repaired & Exchanged J. Raymond Smith 20« E. Kentucky Ave. Phone 2665 BUILDERS SUPPLY 1 /2 Price Annual Wallpaper SALE Now in Progress! OLENCO HOTEL BIOS. BIVTHEVILIE, ftRK.«««t4J60 JUST RENT A CAMERA from our CAMERA SHOP Take the Pictures Yourself ... With a box, flash, or Movie Camera. BARNEYS DRUG STORE 2006 West Main Phone 3647 Dr. Logan's Wife By Diani Gain** £urlno? m n paro ai thp home ol Hr. nnU Mr*. Walter l*r littler, Thrre [lie Tounc hl- nt>li7»lcl*t n\Tnkrni> Irv Jenn<-< lh« rrnLlintinn Thni her t.vrn [irr. n* nmcr nr Ur, l.opnn, olrter rhnn h^r- • rlr nno in ui i.rnlth. b n , htrn fr»p(y. On hri wny home. Jrnnei If IJ* her luintr.inrl »h r will cake a rolnrueer nnrnr't* nldr loh MI An K el*» hoMiiiini Thr i*pjtf d»r •! rho ho^nltaf. «hrrr »hp ha. ^one «hc mrrt. I*cic» Tvho *•»<• hrr cc ttr irork hr IM <tntn K !• thr rntorj. A* IVtcr rrll- **r nr M» wnjk. rrhlcte may «ffrr ure for ntnnilr burns, he ns rx : pETTiH SURTNOV took Jennet into an adjoining work-room to jshow her Ihe numerous protective idovicRs. u *e check ourselves tn Iscveral , lys," he said, "to make sure we're not getting loo much. We get somu exjiosure, of course, and if it's Ijad. we knock oil (or e month, bul we'-c pretty carclul." There wos a monitor apparatus, so delicate that it picked up and constantly buzzed with the cosmic rays in the air. and when Surinov held it to the walJ t.iat faced the oihez room where the radioactive solutions were kept, its buzzing ticks redoubled in mechanical fury. There was something .he called a "culie-pie"— a movable instrument (or detecting spillage on dry innocent-lookir.f; surhices. There was the film badge he earned in his pocket to record exposure. I "This piece of camera lilro," he [explained, "is alTected b- the rays, ;co whon you develop it, the dark;ness reveals the amount of radia- i lion the body is getting. Trie mort I exposure, thj blacker the film." i And he showed her. too. the Ibt.ick plastic ring he wore on Ms 'finecr. which also contained film. »•* Ito p«M .~^ K«*rt^ IT HEA UtVICE. ST^ He picked up a box and spilled its contents out on a table—dozens of black rings. SI slipped one on her Index finger. It was [ar too large. "Show you how we fix that —modern method." he said, and he proceeded to wrap It with adhesive tape. While he 'xed the ring for her. she hid the symbolism of their play in Idle chatter. "Honestly! •Culie-pie. stiU. there's something kind of admirable about the American Irreverence for danger Or maybe it's not irreverence, maybe it'i a wry acknowledgment. Anyway. it'« gallant and " love vis for it." "You'd have loved the Oak Ridgers then. They had aome lulus for nicknames. There ar about 30-odd meters for detecting gamma rays and almost every one had a slang term. There was the •Walkie-Squ a w kie'—that one squawked. And the 'Walkie-Poppie' . ." "Thai popped." "Smari girl." He continued to pad the ring. -And then Uiere was 'Chang and Eng' after the Siamese twins, and one they called 'Pluto' until the bras* in Washington decided it sounded too much like plutonium, which at that time might have been a giveaway, so they rechnstened It •Zeus.' 1 think the slang came from the constant emphasis on secrecy. You oegin to be atraid to say an;- real names out loud and so you made up silly ones as a kind of code. Here, madam, made to order." He slipped the ring on her third finger, turning its face palmward. "That's the way you wear It—with the dim case inside. That is, if you wan t its m.-igic to work. But you don't, CHE continued to look up at him, UunkJng h« was g 0in j to more but he stopped and their eyes locked. She £elt the great lurch of her innards and Uien the aick watering of her bones. Her own lips parted and the air broke in cool pieces in her fevered mouth, and she threw Her bud back, thinking, "1 don't car*, tt t die for it, I don't care." When she felt his solid Up*, solid as 11 they too 'iad bones, come down on her warm ones, and his arms go solidly around her. she could have cried with loving herself for not having moved away. Outside, the scene was the *ame. What had she thought to see- trees creaking i, a black wind? One kiss was very little, after all. Now thai she was gone from him. she wanted more, much more, everything, again and again and forever and only witi him. She let despair '\vet r through her. partly because fiere was solace in melodrama and because it distracted her from the physical longing of which she must rid herself before she could face Peter Surinov again. Perhaps he already knew from the way she had returned his kiss. • • • UT when she heard hfi roice behind her. she knew that she had not given herself away. It was not the rich baritom of the lecturer. It had picked up sediment, lost authority. "1—1 don't know what to say. Won't you just turn around?" She wheeled stowly, and the sight of him further composed her. She saw him, lank and forlorn, pigeon-toed and baggy- kneed, with his head to one tide as If it had been slapped there. Who could feel love for a hangdog? Where was the nil. white- coated superman whose arms had made a cave around her and whose lips had promised everythin* she knew she was misting'' Her face firmed to a nerveless nwlu, *i,<! she said, "That wa? stupid of us." "I know it was. Please don't be mad. 1—you're so lovely." His big hands came up and Happed down like a seal's. "I'm not in the least angry. Don't be silly. But that's that, 1 happen to be happily married.'' <T« Be e ucn (3O1MG TO START A THING LI KB THAT--K.1GGIMG THOSE UP-re SHOW FATHEd; 'OIDKHJCATUW Uu-SW.. 1 1 "1 HIS NECK R6PABCXJT . iu-PU SOME- MORB VJORDS IN HIS MOUTH -My WHY MOTHERS GET Benefit by Reading and Using Courier New* Classified Ads PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed {Jest Prices Kirby Drug Stores MRS. NLYTCHELl. DO YOU PLAN TO BAKE A CAKE FOR "\ytiFCOUR5E, OUR CHURCH /(REVEREND WBEMS KMY GOODNESS' WOULD YOU PLEASE MAKE IT A DEVIL'S FOOD r EVERYBODY ALWAYS Me REVEREND! WHY REAM KASTIE I'LL PHONiEMDUAS Y I'LL SOONJ AS THE UOfTTH THE 6KAM TOMieHT. AKE , ALICE, I'M SJAirtY MOT UP TO HOLY SM0KE'./ 1 AMI MID IF VOU WANT I'LL AO.WT 1ME HCTUAIL 1 * KNOWN HER OWIV A SHORT TIME. WJO I WWM TO KEEP our OF SEKIOUS ' ME«iN YOU'RE VTEOUBLE,vouliANSWER WSSUUST WHERE IH FUDKIW SUE'S HEWED -Ml-TULLIS? AMD WHEKE- I5SHEGO1MG NOW wHftT's SHE DONE HOW? (OF COURS6.MYGOSH RELUCTANT TO COOPER* A. 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