The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1952 · Page 6
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December 2, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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(AWC.)" COURTER REWS TUESDAY,' DEC.' Z, l»St Smile, Mister when You Kid about Mustaches- His Spouse May Object MCW TOWC W—Wb« you kid Miiriu wear muataehee, mister— „.. , ami)*. ,r can take th* ribbing in high . a»turt, but not their womenfolk. Ther* la something about a ache on the lip of the man she i that brln«« out the maternal i In a gal. Bar er**d U simple: "Love that •a*—a*«r* hla mustache." And if you rator ever ao slightingly to the fusa pttefc under his nostrils she l*ape t* its defens* almost as ijalfMa- a* if you had trampled one «| feer ehlMreV She counter attacks with fury, with fists, with words. Particularly words. , I tomd this out by writing a pice* QMflrttooIng th* romantic Impact of th* mustache. My theory w ,, t>1 j la—that a man ordinarily a»ow« a muatacha to cure an in Merit? complex and that It turns him tote a snob faster than if •onMOM gava him a minion dol- lara. Naturally, T wai honest enough to admit myself that personal jealousy k*4 Influenced my thinking: The only time I ever tried to grow a mustache It drooped like limp h«y.~ Well, most of my friends with mustache* were quite tolerant about tee* whole, thing, twirling their small fur forests as they atHi»i»i1 tauntingly: ."Snobs are wet Deo't you wish you could be a snob, too, Junior?" i But the women got, angry. They said a mustache is downright lovable. „ l*i«fall Whiskered Lip "Being a woman I would ten times rather be kissed by a mus- taclM than all the smooth-faced yokels Uke you or some other men I could think of," wrote a riled l*dy from Ann Arbor, Mich. * Before I could brood my way oul of tie inferiority complex this note gave mei another one came from ' an Akron,''Ohio, lass: "Believe me, being kissed by a ma> with a mustache isn't at al' like beln? hit in the face with i ,'dry. toothbrush It's more like hav- ' ing the warmth of nature close to you—cavcmanish. Warmth la a nice " necessity in a kiss " , Well, yes. But you could argue en those grounds that a rubber ho water bag Is even more romantic than a mustache. A gentleman sailor from Boston vired me pityingly; > "Haven't you heard the old say tec of Scottish lassies, that kissing , a man without a mustache Is like eating an egg without'salt?" .Another man said: ' Kofcert Taylor Look ' "T grew a mustache because my wife likes Robert Taylor, and h has a mustache. Now my wife like me, too—I think, I hope." - SUH another fellow threatened to bring me before ,Gov, Dewey of New York, who has packed a mustache for years,, and added: "That'll mean Sing Sing Prison for you—so better take care." There also was a perfect torrent of feminine mall that can be summed up this way: , I love my husband nnd am proud of his mustache. And your wife would probably like you better If you grew a mustache too— on top of your head." Well, okayj so I was wrong, mustache can n« more than mouse cover. Behind every manly mustache lurks a tender woman's bristly pride. A balding man needs every ro rhftritio crutch he can lean upon. Si its a pair of sweeping musUchtos for me right away. The kind grow;myself make women weep with' laughter Instead of sigh wit! love. So I'm buying myself today IB grandest set of rare old uslaches on the market. I just hope my new fatfites-don t realc loo many girlish hearts. Fef McCuisf ion To Investigate School Case MTTM5 ROCK (*)—Ed MeCllls- :ion. director of the State Eduactlon Department'! Division of Ne^ro Education, has b«n .appointed by Federal Judge Harry J. Lemley to act as mediator and Investigator in school Inequality sulfc entered from the Helen*-West Helen* District No. 1. McCulstlon will attempt to make a settlement outside the court. Both sides reached.an agreement on this yesterday during a hearing on the suit. It''> no agreement Is reached, McCtilstlon will be culled us an expert wltnew for the Court. The suit Mas been on file in Federa] Court here since last June', It was entered by Shepperson Wllhun, Helena Negro attorney, for 2< 'colored students and Alleges that Negroes are using inferior plants and have an Inferior curriculum In the Ulstlct. McCulstlon plans to visit the schools In the dbtLst,' No date has been set for hla 'report to the court. Beavers 'Get' Boat PETERBOROUGH, Canada W5— Beavers at the forestry station at Weslemkoon l*ake chopped a 14- Inch thick poplar tree which fell neatly across the mid-section of a moored government boat, amashlng the boat beyond repair. TOT USING % than with leiier flavored Look how much LEMONS *6 9$ ^^ ' t will buy! 6ROWN HERE'S THE FURMACE THEY'RE ALL TALKING ABOUT! Coleman new automatic gas Shalloflow lo^ nonte r to^, l, eutonwrtic wormrii a SHALlOnOW o>v« on lest fuel. Thu imaM furnoce with big-furnace h«ot production extends only 22%" below the Boor and b flood -proof to 1 9" • below. 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