The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1952 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 25, 1952
Page 13
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FRIDAY, JULY M, 19W Bl/J I'RtVlLTK (AMC.) C0TTRTEH NEWS FA'OB OUR IOARD1NG HOUSI — wfefc M*j«r H«*pU FRICKLIS AND HIS FR1INDS EGAD, MM2THA ! YOO'Re RIGHT IM A WAV/— Meet THIS, LITTLE LADY Fftov^ YOUR OLD STAMPING GROUMD, THE 6UI6 6RASS.'~<«ATROe BLLJEBLOOD, DAUGHTER Of- AAV OLD, HORSE- THIS TABLEAU? I>D VOL) GET TIRED - OP FOR PRESIDENT AtOD DECIt>e TO RIDE KILL TWO BIRDS B CAMPAIGNS FDR PRESIDENT viniue TOUR- RACING PRESIDENT - Smudges on ttic wall and ceiling The Koale bear o! Australia Is nbnve a radinior are caused by I not a bear, not even remotely re- currents of warm air rising from! jat^d to llie bear family. It is the radiator and carrying aiong the dust. The smudges probably occur no matter what kind of fuel is used in the furnace. a -slow-moving, tree-climbing marsupial with an India rubber-like nose. Never A Dull Moment! DANCING NIGHTLY! 24 HOUR SERVICE! FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE HOLLAND 3241 or 9411 For State Senator BEN LEE BEARDEN HENRY K. HC-YT WILLIAM H. (BILL) WYATT For State Representative KENNETH S SULCER For Post No 2 COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED ALL BRAND CIGARETTES $1.60 CARTON All popular brands of liquors, wines, gins and cordials at popular prices. HUBERTSCLUB Hubert Utley and Werr Akins HIGHWAY 61 HOLLAND, MO. Henna, consisting of the powdered leaves of a small shrub fount in India, Persia, the levant and along the African coasts of the Mediterranean, is among the oldest oT cosmetics. My Larry Steratg C«*r»f M ITU W HIA irrrV., W. THIS STOHY nil In Ihr fnrm AT1«r hbi 7 Hi ilflT' drfv Xrre h!« dnd kepi jfT JtlnTiTc, On Ihr wit y he • f\r\ nhn tt'nfl n Itnr lire. Cnro) O'Shc*. nice* of Ny- (tr irnlnrr. IT was warm and white Inside the stables. Here was the slal- lion Galahad, a proud and fiery an ~ imal, 14 years old this new year. and his races just a memory Here was the filly Bella, whose record as a two-year-old led all (he nation. Here was the colt Adonis. Nyslrom and Johnny stopped front of his stall. Nyslrom said, "The best horse 1n your stable. Don't ever make the mistake of selling him." He paused. "Unless you get what he's really worth." Johnny said, "1 wasn't planning on selling anything but the current crop. And nol all of them.' Back at the house. Nystrom said "Ma's made some doughnuts, ant I know there'll be coffee." The doughnuts were light anc delicious, the coffee hot and ful ., bodied. The talk was of horses ) There was an old proverb. Nystrom recalled, that ran: "One while to; —buy him. Two while legs—tr him. Three white legs—deny him Four white legs and a white n take ofT his hide and throw him t the crows!" "It almost fits Galahad," Johnn observed. "A point I was about to make, Nystvom went on gravely, "One o the grooms we had tried to con vince your dad we should Gnbhad." Johnny sipped his coftee, "That's what I mean abox. AH^nis. I hope you don't sell him "Why should 1?" Nyslrom hesitated. Then he sai "Kuvall." Johnny knew the name. The K vaU string had had a speclacul year. The name wu new ia ra as was the Kovalt money, ade during the war. "He's tried buy Adonis?" "Often." Nystrom's eyes stared a,t e table-top. "He said you'd be Ming them alt. He wanted first oice at Adonis. Even offered me own trainer was i year, you know. "Ed- job. His iwn for ys you're — " Ma Nystrom interrupted, ir, hush, you shouldn't — " Then Johnny said, "You were go- g to say he claims I'm broke?" 14 'Busted' was the word he sod." Nystrom said quietly. There was another, longer s\~ :nce. which Johnny finally broke. Vlaybe he's right. I'll find out my finances tomorrow from ur attorney." The trainer nodded, but he didn't ook very hopeful. HUE law firm of Goodhue, Scully and Parkington was housed in modern functional office i treamlined building on North Jroad street. It specialised in es- ate and probate work, but there was no suggestion of Ihe typical Id family retainer about any ol hem. They were as modern anc glossy as their environment, Sylvester Good hue was a man in lis late forties, almost succeeding n posing as much younger, lie vas grave, this sunny afternoon. Johnny had arrived a few min- ilcs before and now he sat beside Goodhue's desk to hear what he thought he already knew. Goodhue loved with a pen on hi desk. He said, M I don't suppos your dad look you into his confi dence regarding financial mat tcrs?" Johnny shook his head. "You'r trying to tell me the estate Is in bad way. I heard some talk yesterday." Goodlme frowned. "1 hadn't supposed it was generally known." Johnny's gaze wax steady OB OUT OUR WAY / WHAT? ANOTHER I MA^HEP FIWeER *4 / TEN! MIWUTES? WK>J ^\ <«U TRIMMED TM' I BV MORW1N' I'LL HAVE 1 LUMP* OFF TH** \ TO PUT YOU IKI A SACK i BAWPAOC, [ TO <3)T YOU HOME — \ WEAR CUT THI* YOU'LL BE HAMBURGER/ \ WHAT POPES; I DON'T BLAM6 YOU FOR. FAINTING-, fARS. SMITH.' NOW APOLOGUE Tb LORD'S ?/0rWEf< FOR s^Yl^JG He« POOR &oy MJGMT BE THERE sue ocxs AGAIN/ ttncfit by Reading and Using Courier News 'Classified Ads 'I've decided to giva a big party, Ceorge! We'll hc.»e lo if we want alt th« dishes our neighbors borrowed for theirs!" ICAH^T «TVK» THHK OBB- -I MIGHT tu, THE ENEMY &CTT AWAY, TO HAND 17 TO HIM, HE KEAL1-Y KNOW* HOW THAT" K107- SI6HAL FOg-A PE-- Political Announcements Television- Tonire, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 4 FRIDAY NIGHT, JULY 25 Subject to Preferential' Election July 29. 1952 For County Judge GENE BRADLEY PHILLIP J. DEER I. D. SHEDD 6:00 Curtain Call 6:30 We the People 7:00 Doorway to Danger My Nephew 8:00 Sportsreel 8:30 Bill Day 8:45 Judge Cherry 9:00 Albert Gore 9:30 Playhouse of Stars 10:00 Lights Out 10:30 News 10:10 Ask Me Another 11:10 Industry on Parade 11:30 News 11:40 Sign Off For Circuit Clerk GERALDINE LISTON WON'T IT BE WONDERFUL IF CARLYLE GET3 TO BE PRESIDENT SOME YOU FATHERS ALL ALIKE... ALWAYS HOPING FOR MIRACLES! ' I'LL BE PERFECTLY HAPPY IF HE GET'S TO BE 1//C£-PRESIDENT.I SATURDAY, JULY 8:00 Test Pattern 9:15 News 0:25 Morning Meditation 9:30 The Little Revu» 10:00 Big Top 11:00 Cheyenne Kid 12:00 News 12:15 Nature of Things 12:30 Super Circus 1:30 Big Picture 2:00 Baseball 4:00 Meet Tile Star.< 4:15 Film Featurette 4:30 Sky King 5:00 TV Teen Club 5:30 Lone Ranger 6:00 All Strir Hevju .. 7:00 Dance Party 8:30 Manhunt 9:no Barn Dance 9:30 Wrestling 10:30 News 10:40 C. V. Prevue 10:45 American Inventory 11:15 News 11:30 Sign Off NY ALLEY-CAT THIWKS VS CAM = \\1TH A PAV\E WWCK ...WITH AYWHAT A ] HI, OKK>W. HAVEN T SEEN VCO LATELY. PEACHES LOST Ki£ APPE.V O MOW I SET PWC7 COR SEINS V1CTOK FLINT, CAMAt? AN OIL MAW, ON HIS WAY TO THE COUWTKYCLU? BEAUTIFUL 'REPULSIVE JO? VOU HEIK655J HAVE, OLP SUNDAY, JULY 27, BUT \ »V SOW. NJP BOPVl HOT'Rt\RUIMW«1T> SCRUBBING Off THW VJA5 b BLE^ING.A LOOK... HOT * CRUAE! woyj IF WE I THERE'S- CAM 5EEIMro CA51UO'-s/ON& OF PEMTMOU5^—• A HR.MtKEE'5 PICTURES VJHY; VOU :**CKPC UE &TOLE \M PAlWTIKiG WPW'T K&? BUT WHY A.LL THIS KOONTZ.Z f YOU KWEW WHERE TO FWD THE THIEF. WHY PIPWT VOU BKIMS OFFICER.? FIRST, W6 THM A CRIME HM BEEN COWWTTEP, WcXEE KMCTLV! BUT JU*T Y&t? CAt*H OKAY, FOO7V. TAKE OVER i^*=Sf& HERE! I'M GOIN' UPSTAIRS! /=^^ RIGHTO, UP YOU GO) CUP TH'OWBVAIO MOVES A.TOG.' 8EUEVE ME BCTKS. I HEY, DOWN THERE! ITS ABOLT TIME VT3U TWO SHOWED DR.. OVtfi QftV .X*,'SXOR.V GOOD OOT fSKl t-W MAW CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Si?.rs up to 36 in. Cornigiiled Metal Culverts Sizes op to 84 in. A. H. WEBB Artomadc Flnnd (Sates Concrete * Metal Septic Tanks SCIVM Tile Best Prlcts ' We Deliver Highway 61 at State Line I'lione 711 SIC K? Gall bladder, high blood pressure, gas pains, head iiaiiis, nerves, sour stomach? Try (A Laxative) ft may help to remove the cause. Hundreds have [ound relief wllli VITAL TONE. OWENS DRUG STORE Main ami Railroad VITAL TONE Goodhue's. "Dad certainly wouldn't mention it. There must have been a Leak somewhere." Color, now, in the well groomed face. "You're not suggesting that this firm would reveal—" "No," Johnny cut in. "I'm jusl trying to understand how Kovalt learned it." "Kovalt?" The lawyer shrugged. "A friend of yours?" "Certainly not," Johnny answered. Goodhue's voice was soothing. "What you heard is substantially correct. Not that you're a pauper, exactly. You'll be able to finish your education, Johnny. After you've disposed of the house and farm, there should be enough for that purpose plus a small fund for a business venture. More than most young fellows start with." Johnny said, "I'm nol going to ell the farm." 10:15 News 10:30 Candy Carnival 11:00 Bishop Sheen 11:30 Frontiers of Faith. 12:00 Greatest Stories 12:30 Free Enterprise 1:00 Burns & Allen 1:30 Benlah 2:00 Reb & Ray 2:30 Farrell Dobbs 3:00 Ten Parade 3:30 TV Recital Hall 4:00 Are You Positive 4:30 Fearless Fosdick 5:00 Super Ghost 5:30 Meet The Press 6:00 Bi? Payoff 7:00 Playhouse 8:00 Summer Theatre 8:30 Sin Envin 9:00 My Little Margie 9:30 Washington Spotlight 9:45 Film Fcaturette 10:00 Names the Name 10:30 News 10:35 Toast of Town 11:35 News 11:45 Sign Off '^OODHUE smiled gently. "I'm afraid you'll have to. Johnny. our father lett some debts which must be satisfied." He looked down Mecca Fee Waiverf CAIRO Wi — King Ibn Sand of Kaurii-Abaria hns decided to waive all fees on Moslem pilgrimages to Mrrcji, the Holy city of Islam, rn- dio Jodda announced. The fees, amountlru; to J66 per head, were to be paid In advance by every Moslem goluK to Mecca. t the pen ngain. "You're not 21. ou know. Until you are, Ihe de- iston would be mine," He looked p. "I'm afraid—I don'l share our viewpoint." "Horses are all I know," Johnny >rolestod. "You're, going to engineering chool." the lawyer reminded him. "Dad's idea, not mine." Johnny glanced up stubbornly. "I've already quit." Gooclluie seemed preoccupied with his pen. His evasiveness nnccrcd Johnny, onH he [o?e. saying. "I'll move out of the town louse any time you wan 1. Hut 1 .vish you'd take vour lime with the farm. The racins season starts at Alwatcr this tiioiilh. We 1 11 pick up some money there." Goodhue wont over to stand in front ot the windows. he was thinking, Johnny couldn't guess. But when he turned to fare him. he saul, "Okay. I'll take my time— with the farm." His eyes didn't meet Johnny's. He looked sad, not at nil streamlined al the He 1 o o k t? ri--undecided guessed finally. iK'Ut, Juhitny (To Be Continued) How Fast Do You Drive? II tnaT hf thai you don't realty know — your spnrdomrtrr can be tlrf relive. And THAT'S dangerous! Let us rlicrk II tomorrow We Rive 1-Dav Service omclrr Urpalr for nil makes o rnrs and Irnrks. Then you'l KNOW how fast you drive! T. I.SEAY MOTOR CO. 13I E. Miin h Draler Phone ^

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