The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 4, 1952
Page 7
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BATORDAY, OCT. 4, ItM {AOTC.y CUUR1ER •y J. It. WtttiwiM OUT OUR WAY FftfCKLM AH» WM PMIHM OUR BOARDING HOUSE HERS, you eis KLWNINS FOR PRESIDENT so YOU'RE EtecrsD TO 'TUB CRACKPOTS OOT TWOS* TWO CMARACTER6 P(?O\A •XU6 LAOI6S-ACT- LEASU& STARTED TO CAMP FOR SOPPEK —• X HAD TO PUT HEH-H6H' 6SAO, MARTHA/ gULLY fOR. YOU AMD YC>O« SRUSQU6 TKN-A6EM /iBPSgft: HAVE GOME . I r? SHOULD MAW.' WOULD 'ifcU CONSIDER A POST IK! IUEV AS /rvL/»«iv RESERVATION. CHICf is READING- CUKKSffT _ KeeP THE- AISLES AS CLEAR Btntfit by Reading and Uiin§ C«wri«r N»w§ Clanifitd Ads l£5 VMS HEADS THECRAPr BACICWAIZD ON TOWAfZD THE- PLACE THE PLANET OCCUPIES? AT THE T)ME OP THE ILL-FATED "G»orgt always blurt* out th« truth—h« rtally didn't mean any harm whin h* laid th» baby look* likt it« father!" KELLEYS Your Friendly Shoe Store PICK-UP THERADAfZ. BEAM Con't. from preceeding page Help Wonted, Male 2 red st«ert. weight about 600 Ibs. In vicinity of M«rl#, Ark. IV) Heward to . . ~~: ! Infonnntlon leatiug to recovery. Cal physical Kl , 5Sen on, ph . ze'l. Dell. 104 pk 11 As advertised in to* Sal. Eve. Post Wanted to Buy • ill pay CASH for your old Ko camera* and Ltnaej" for part* O'STKIN'S STUDIO. US wwt 1114 ck u R. G. FARR & SONS Distributors Fuel Oil Kerosene Lee Tires Gasoline Tractor Fuel Lee Tire* PETROLEUM ^=^^=^' PRODUCTS "Serving the Public for 20 Years" 400 So. Rail rood St Phone 4567 WANTED: 1 men In good condition. Prefer men with high school education but ma? not be necessary. Prefer World War II Teta or men who have be in discharged within last IB months. \Ve wont mtn who can pass physical examinations, stead/ work, good pay, sick and accident and life Insurance paid fcir by company, prirf- er men living In or nenr BIytheville. Inquire Rt HEEKIN CANNING CO.. next door to BlythevtHt Canning Co.. 4th St. Ask for Mr. Eug«ne Slamey. Call In person Oct. 9, .0 and It. Please do not phone. Will stnrt operation In 2 or 3 weeks, 10;4 pk 11 | Athletic youtifi men to earn a dollar a minute by boxing with Joe the 10,3 pk 10 Wanted — Press man, good wages. BIytheville Gin Co. 9|23 ck tf Wonted SEED New Crop OKLAHOMA APPROVED RETAIL 46c PER LB. NO WEED SEED SOYBEAN CORP. 1800 West Main St. Phone 856 Blytherille, Ark Press man and bean elevator man. Ph. 6645. Valleyfield Gin. 10J2 tf Will buy your farm, city property or G.I. equity. GEO M. LEE, REALTOR Phone 69Gt or 3893 9J29 ck 10116 Insurance •Call 4553 For Complete Insurance Protection W. J. Pollard Agency Planned Protection ouMoom •oTirt. BUILDIMO 114 W ABh at 4[1 ck i REAL ESTATE Farm*—City Property LOANS INSURANCE XT lnterMt*4 In Buylnc or Ml.IDE •«* Noble Gill Agency Television- Ton ite, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis, Channel 4 SATURDAY NIOHT, OCTOBER 4 6:15 Scoreboard 6:30 Lone Ranger 1:00 AU Stnr Revue 8:00 Show of Shows 9:30 Wrestling 10:30 News 10:40 C. A. Preview i 10:45 Jnckie Glcnson 1!:45 Weather 11:55 Piiri Off SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10:45 Previews and News 11:00 Tills Ts Your Life 11:30 Candy Carnival 12:00 Pick A Winner 15:30 Film Featurette 12:45 World Series 3:30 Hall of fame 4:00 Zoo Parade 4:30 Gene Autry 5:00 Meet the Press 5:30 Slim Rhodes 5:55 News 6:00 Red Skelton 6:30 Eddie Mayehoff T :00 comeoy Hour 8:00 TV Plnyhotis* 9:00 The Doctor 9:30 Slu Erwin 10:00 T Love Lucy 10:30 Newj 10:40 Weather 10:45 Toast of Town 11:45 Break the Bank !2:15 News 12:25 Sign Off MONDAY, OCTOBER « IT'S YOU WOMEN WHO CAUSE THE HIGH Glencoe Bldg. Ph. 686H ck tl SECOND MAN on the Tkket T1IK STOIlYj lYnrhurlon'N frle ipcclnl (ruin anrli for Vice Prr»E,Irn nhr Clj-ile SIcII. rlit nml U own, \Vnrl)Mr- Mill be F a u;a sense the campaign train was like a neighborly street Just ah-^ad of the Governor's private car was a cor for the office start. Then came the press car, k former club car stripped ;n=:dc ar.d filled with a typewriter shell on eneh side, running the length of tlic cyr, at which %vere typewriters snd mpta) chairs for the correspondents to write their stories. We had left a lot at tracX behind us since the campaign started, and most of those aboard the train were regulars. We knew each other well, and we shared a communal life, with an odd sense of suspension in time as we moved in a unit across vast stretches of the country, Until the lelc-gram came, Bill and everyone else on the train had looked forward to the Hydetown reception as a break in the campaign. H was the halfway mark When the train stopped at midnight at Markiaville, and McDonald came aboard, 1 was asleep. I did not sec him until morning, when I went to th« dining car for breakfast. I had slept lale, and there were only a few in the car. As I came in, the first thing I noticed was a man with his nose buried deep in a book. It was the book that raugbt my eye. I could see the title on the jacket: Second Man on tt* Ticket, by Roy ason. and when I looked at the an who was reading it I r«cog- zcd him from the photograph i3t appeared at the head of his lily column as Clyde McDonald I slopped at the table and said You're Clyd« McDonald, arerf ou?~ He glanced up and saki, lr Yeah. TI • • * SAT down opposite him and he closed the book, "Which side of lis zoo you on?" he a.cked. "Look- ng in or looking out?" I work for the Governor," I aid. "Looking out," he said. "Fm ooking In. My name Is Roy Mason," I aid, and picked up the menu. "Oh, yes," said McDonald. "The minent biographer. I presume. | Donald, the Governor hasn't run an entry in 10 years. He raced lorses m the first place because an old friend made him a present if a yearling." Oh, indeed." McDonald said. "You and the campaign had been building up to il. Of course it meant a lot of work for all of us, but i' represented a sort of hump. Once we were over it, we felt that we would be coasting on through lo Election Day. Mulling it over in my berth, wns not particularly concerned by fciyde McDonald's activities, am I doubted if there was anything sinister in his covering the War burton campaign. After all. Ego the national pJclure magazine, wa sending a reporter and a photog raphcr lo Hydetown to cover and all the news services and th larger metropolitan papers woul bo represented. And the Governo was expected to make an impor tint speech. There was reaso enough for Clyde McDonald tltr cut ot Was lung too. you?' go* that He nipped here, haven't the pages ot ;he book. "Yep, here K "No Account ot Governor WBT' burton'* Activities !• complete without mention or hl« brier el- perlflnc« In ratsInK thoroughbred horaea. Having received a very fln« yearling «« a present from * friend, the Governor many ycara ago established a modest farm for btroedinK horses, flora* of the animals bred at the Oovernor'a f.irm wera ent«r«4 In race* at varloua track* throughout th« country *nd acquitted iheniielve* well. Tn« prenBurfl of hla administrative dalle* forced Governor \V^rburtom to abandon hi* experiment 1» ntppolofrr ffom* years afro." Clyd< McDonald g»v« me a b«atifl4! miil*. "B«aut;f(tl, n IM said. • • • nPHE wattar put my bfeakfagf I* front of me, -nd 1 (Iran*; cof- ftM. McDonnM closed th« book and gave ill cover « 11UW pat, Ilk* old friend. "What** on the schedule of th« Great Hipvologi* today?" h« asked. 1 winced and j«td, "Mr. Even can give you the ^schedule." He nodded. "Maybe that'i wh»* I got here." H« took a sheaf of mimcographeri pages from hfa pockct- "Ycj, (his Is X. Twelve flfteen, arrive at Milltown. Members g< been reading your lalcst the parly will be ready to leav^ ichicvcment." I the train upon arrival. Mcmbcr» I gave my order to the waiter i of tlie press and photographer*^ nd sat looking out the window,(will kindly handle own typewril- 1:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:S5 News 8:00 Today B:25 News 8:30 Today 8:55 News 9:00 Prologue to Future 9:30 Campaign Call 10:00 Mrs. U.S.A. 10:30 Strike U Kich 11:00 Storylanri 11:15 Love of Life 51:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:45 Morning Meditation 2:00 News 2:15 Form Newa 2:30 Garry Moore 1:00 Guiding Light 1:15 Film Featurette 1:30 Hr>memakers Program 2:00 Big Payoff 3:30 Welcome Traveler* 3:00 KnU Smith 4:00 Hawkins Falls 4:15 oabby HnyM 4:30 Handy Doodr B:00 Music Shop 6:15 Nev.-s 5:25 Weather 5:30 Film FeaHirett* 5:45 Hartoon.v 6.00 Evening S«ren»dt 6:15 News 6:30 Thos» Two 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Paul Wlnchell T.30 Howard Barlow 8:00 Cisco Kid 8:30 Robert Montgomery 9:30 Who Said. That 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 News 10:55 Weather 11:00 Film Featurette 11:30 Owle & Harriet 11:45 News 12:00 Sign Of! celing fidgety. "Yes, sir,* said Clyde McDon- ers, cameras, et cetera, et cetera. Reception committee to meet the Ltd. "Willis G. jusiness genius, who made good. Warburton, the The farm boy The two-fisted nvestigator. The family man. The balancer of budgets and issues. You almost made me forget 1 lost my shirt on one of his dogs one day out at Jamaica, 1 * "You'll fiud that in one of your old Racing Forms," I said. "That isn't a book about horse racing." "One lucky thinK," McDonald said. "I miess not many of those delegates at the convention go to the track much." "Andrew Jackson used to rac« I uui "Aad, Ut. M«- overnor et cetera. wilt Include et cetera, Entire party will proceed to Milltown Hotel el cetera, et cetera. Ah, here we are. Governor Warburton's schedule: t p. m., press conference at Milltown Hotel. To o'clock, luncheon, et cetera. Three o'clock, conference with veterans* organizations. Three fifteen, conference leaders of textile industry. conference cetera, et speech?" with et cclera, cetera— Hey, with Four, "Not today," « smooth \ tM. "Just et cetera today." IT. I WARNING ORI>ER In the Chancery Court. Chlcfca- lawba Dlitrict, Mlul<<<itpp| County, ArkanMii. Emily Wallln, Ptf. v«. No. 12,187 Earl Wiillin, Dft. The defendant. Earl Wsllln, l« hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof und answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Emily Wallln. Dated this 24 day of September, 1652. Harvey Monk. Clerk By Cherry Sue Barnes, D. C C. F. Cooper, atty. for plf. Ed B. Cook, ally, md litem. ERY WELL! AS OF TOMORROW LL "STOP BUYING COFFEE! IF EVERY UOUSEWiFE STOPPED BUYING It, 77/fiV YOU'D SEE AMP SO, WITH M3UK OWtO MOT, LITTLE HAM V£>, YOU PES KOYBf HAA. |VOU COUU7 HAVE NTENT TO HIA\/ YOU jCOU.[7 HAVE BEEN 1 COUl.t7fJfT HELP IT. OTEMIN&TH6 WHEN THIS SUV WITH A MOP THE 6>°FE W«s5 LOAPW7 ACES MA5 (SOT THE VOU WN'T R 1L6T yCHJ DO ON TH 1 BEST 5ET-UP IM TOYIM 1 . COMK BACK Hf RE vou fELLow iinie **Jt I SEEN 'II* LOtOG ,, IM TH' HkSER HOTEL'. PROB'LV WEIOT TO 6LJ.U6HTEK! TnNOKS \ OUTOM THWRk36& JOB? TOPUU. \IT WITH 50WE BODY EL55. EH'* OUTA TK 1 HOSPITAL! HEV NOW WAIT...VOU CAN'T DO THA.T. HOLY.. I SU6S3 I DID. /WEU-, YOU'D DO JUST A3 WELL (V BULLDOG WITCH,MXI DON'T THINK I WAS SERIOUS, DO YOU ViO WORll SOti .\

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