The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 28, 1952 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 28, 1952
Page 15
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, TOUT 28, .19W OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with M.J., Ho*pi. JB (AKK.) COURIER fcxrw i' i rvij-i> \ TOU J NITWIT^ TO .TWIST .• AMERICA LOVES A RED-BLOODED f CORDING FATHERS DOTED OM An English friar, Roger Bacon, »nd a German monk, Bcrthold Frtuvartz. both living in the 14th A scientific .survey now under way at the palomar Observatory in Cal- | tfornia will attempt to ascertain the Century, have both hcen credited I approximate number of shining' with Hie accidental discovery of heavenly bodies which populate the I gunpowder. visible universe. PHOTOS AH Tyi*«3 of Camera* and Suppliex at Barney'* Barney's Drug CAMKKA e«*C W. Mais Fhtne How Fast Do You Drive? It may b« that you don't rrallj know—your speedometer can be defective. And THAT'S dangerous! Let UN check It tomorrow. We Rive l-»ay Service on Speedometer Repair for all makes of cars and trucks. Thpn you II KNOW how fast you drivel T. I.SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-PlymiHttli Oeafer 121 E. Main Phone ^122 BlLLUALKfR Insurance is a bright star In the dark that follows a disaster. It enables you to rebuild and to carry on, without going heavily in debt. Make U a point to see ns about jour insurance needs soon. "It Is Not Easier To Swim In Deep Water" (from last week) There Is no scientific foundation (or the belief that buoyancy of water increases with Its depth. As the buoyancy dr>es not so increase, It Is as easy to swim In shallow water as rtrep, 1. "Nuggets of Knowledge"—Ceo; W Stimpson. "I thought it would boost my girl's morale if I let her b»at me—now the says she'll have to find a better player!" Political Announcements Subject to Preferential Election July 29, 1952 For Cotintj- .Turtle GENE BHAOLEY PHILLIP J DEER I. D. SHEDD For Circuit Clerk GEHALDINE LISTON for State Senator BEN LEE BEAHDEN HENRY K HC-YT WILLIAM H. IBILL) WYATT For SUle nrpfrsrnlalive KENNETH S SULCER For Post No 2 The heaviest atom yet discovered is californium. It was produced by means of high-energy piirticlp.s from the University of California cyclotron in 1950. CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Sl7cs up tn 36 in. Corrugated Metal Culverts Sizes up lo 84 in. A. H. WEBB Automatic Flood Gatea Concrete A- Metal Rcpllc Tanks Sewer Tile Besl Prim We Deliver Highway SI at Slaic Line Phone 714 SICK? Gall hladiler, high blond pressure, pnins. head pains, nerves, (A Laxative) sour stomach? Try VITAL TONE U may help In remove the cause. Hundreds have found relief with VITAL TONE. OWENS DRUG STORE Alain and Railroad Television- Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Channel MONDAY XIOUT, JULY 28 fi:00 Masquerade 6:30 Howard Barlow 7:00 Mnma 7:30 Robert MontBomcry 8:30 Who Said That 9:00 Slim Rhodes 9:25 Nrws 9:30 strike It Rich TUESDAY. JULY 29, 10SX Test. Pattern Today News Tori a J' f News Arthur Godfrey Morning News Breakfast Party Mrs. U. S. A. Strike It Rich Storylanri Love of Life Search for Tomorrow Morning Meditation Film Fea'.urette Garry Moore Guiding Light Ncv.-s Farm News Homnm.iker.s Program Big Payoff < Johnny DiiKnn Manhattan Matlnet Hawkins Falls Gabby Hayes J!ov;rty Doody News Bcrl Olsv/anger Industry on Parade Soap Box Derby Meet the Stars News Weatherman Ltberace News Caravan Midwestern Hnyrirte Frank Clement Boss Lady Circle Theatre Amateur Hour Rocky Palmer Summer Theatre I've Gob a Secret OUT OUR WAY FACT By J. R. Willtams HELP/ HALLLr.' SOMEBODY COME OUT HERE AKJP OWE ME A HANK?/ MOTHERS (SET GRAY i'.&Ji/C, 1 '., i«n*fit by Reading and Using Courier Newi Classified Adt FRECKLES AND H|S FRIENDS_ "Sv WERE I KNOCK CWEP A 6A.HK AND MY'TAKE* rS ONty A 1XXAV NWE GRAND .' I YOU OOMT UNDeR.- I STAMD, MISTER.--. l MeAN rr ISNT WORTH tr/ AjS _ 2-V-- K!D,Yt>u<5cir A GRKAT BUSrN65* FOR AN K>€A --• WONOCI^ HOW , MUCH RANSOM YOUR. fOlKS VKUtf SfT STILL F-->.f LtKO.fOtl SMX/itf HAve peer I<OUK. B& MOU1H St/ur/ 7-V WHICH £LUD£ PLAXET££K Hesre, ear IVH CAN'T Tet-L. EXACTL WHEPE IT CAME OoWH* L.AN&UA6E... ! STORTt J.k.. 7 H.«ll... »»• |B*( trnrnm Ihnr hlfl fMtfccr j l«ll Aothlv* liHr htm raclKK tmKIr* £t A m** Mftniril Rotcrr KovMll hnlila ; l Ihr nii^p. Kornlc hM» nl*n Inlet* IY 1DOGEH KOVALTS smile was humorless. "Well, perhaps my actions aren't rational, but I assure you they're perfectly legal. Mr. Hamilton." The "Mr." was stressed, as though'taunting Johnny's youth. "All right, they're I e g a 1. But why do I get all your attention?" Kovalt was looking through Johnny now, as though remembering something. "A year ago. about this lime, I wanted to buy some horses from your dad. One of them was Adonis; the other Gay Blade. He refused both my offers. A month later, he sold Gay Blade— at a flRure lower than my bid." "Perhaps he didn't want you to have Ihe colt," Johnny said. "Perhaps." Kovalt's eyes came \ back into focus. "But I swore then f I'd get Adonis. And I will. I'll get Bella, too. but it's the colt 1 waul," "There must be something rise. You wouldn't be so slirrcd up by that alone." "Wouldn't I?" K avail's smile was a f.irce now. "All right. He w;is instrumental in having my trainr-r set down for a year, the lies! trnmer in the business, I like to thmk." "For using erihcdrine," Johnny pointed out. "1 can't see that it was any of your father's business." "Anything detrimental to honest racitia was dad's business," Johnny affirmed. "Just as it's mine, or any self-respelling stable owner's." "Spoken like a true Roy Scout,' K.'vall Miorled. "I'll loll you something, kid. It's a man's woik, bu< ng mt. Take my advice,'and sell out." Johnny rose. "1 may do that. 3tit it won't be to you if I can iclp it." Arriving back at the fartn, Johnny's mood was lightened only a iltle at sight of Carol's car in Ihe driveway. She was walking toward Ihe house. She looked unhappy. "Trouble?" Johnny asked. She nodded. "I've lost my job— :o the sponsor's niece." She shook Her head. "It's a man's world, and I hale them all." Jolmny grinned wryly. "That wouldn't include me. I've just had that explained lo me." She came over to lay a hand on s arm. "I've been raving aboul my troubles, and you have plenty of your own." "Plenty," he Mid. and his eyes took in her dark benuty. Then. 'Why don't we forget them? Let's have some fun in our adolescen way." HEY went to dinner first, and il was a slow dinner, punctuated dancing, by conversation, and further delayed by the appearance of a torrid pianist they both agreed they couldn't miss. When that was over, he showed her the tickets to a play he had planned for them to sec. "It must be Ihe middle of the second act by now." he explained. "But it probably isn't much of a show." So they went to the Wheel Room, a vast place, unusual in that Us manager had Ihe quaint idea tha. people who liked lo dance might want room in which lo do so and en orcher.tra which furnished good music. And when they came out again, into the night, it was warm anc, with a high-riding full moon and theatrical, almost artificial- looking slai s. The lop was down nn the r verliblc and Carol's head was hack on lh« soft leather cushion. anJ she softly sanj; while he listened Johnny kept his eyes firmly on -he road ahead, because he had promised lo drive carefully. "No 62 miles an hour tonight, Johnny," Carol said. "No sense going so fast with a pretty girl in the car," Johnny grinned. "Who wants to get home quickly?" When he stopped in front of hei apartment, he turned lo fnee iu-r. 'I've never had a better lime in my life," he said. "Nor I," she said quietly, and tha stars seemed lo be reflected in her eyes, looking up at him. He bcul his bead downward, and she didn't move. He kissed her, and her arms went around hf.l neck, pulling him close. Then he fell moisture on his check, and he drew back. She W.TS frying. His hand? gripped her shoulders. "What is it?" CHE smiled. "I'm just hnppy. I mean, we're hoth so young, and it never lasls when you're younc, does it? I'll bet you've kissed lois of girls." "This is (he firsl time I've ever liccn in love." Johnny answered. "Me, loo." She gripped his hand ijhlly. "Out—Oh. v,v'vc sol these o;ibl<>s. Johnny. Will il last if we <.v;iit?" "And why should \ve" She shook her head. "I tlnn't know. Only—" nml she looked al him anxiously, "only I'm hot sure. I waul t» he a full-time wif« v.licn the lime comes. Johnny. I've si .cut so many, many hours «.n my music, and I—I'm nol sure. -Inlmny." "F atn," he said, "but I won't rush you. You're right, we've both !;ot problems to solve. I'll know, by fall, jiLst what I'll have (o do Tor a living. I don't know now." His voice was even. "There'll never bo anybody else," she promised. "Never!" "That's right." he said, and bent down to kiss her aq;iin. Forra m.->n who hart just (film in love. Johnny looked |ju-Uv solemn as lie- drove bark lo the ' nm. Maylie fallim- in lovi> v.-..s wh I he . rn'i'ilfj. He had Caic.l ot thi.,k ut jnuw. tig Be CuiiUmiciM 8:30 9:00 9:30 tO:00 10:15 10:30 11:00 11:15 11:45 12:00 12:15 12:30 1:00 1.-30 2:00 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 4:05 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:30 7:00 1:30 8:00 S:45 B:00 10:00 10:30 10:40 11:10 11:40 11:45 My Friend Trma City Hospital News Sign Off Read Courier News Classified Arts YOU WERE TAK1N& > ME TO "SCHOOL AMD A B1& LION • .JUMPED OUT AMD SWALLOWED ;=N_YOU £• T URJ k^ 3s/7.« IT'S KtNPOFVOU \1'M «LAP TO ENTEfiT-' TO IMVITE A STKAVj TAN ,»WV OP .MY V15ITOK IKS ME \ FATHER'S »D TO TUB COUMT^V ) WEWPS A« CLU9. . -\V HOW PO YOU 6CMSOOi PUWXJS AkJ HE«E5S ABOL/T '£ACHE&. / YOU'PfZUIN MV\ WELL, CMAWCE TO A\AEKY ALISOM THE BOY f VOU TOLD HEK I'C7 gEE-M/ SOUNO5 EKjSAGEC? TO A CMCfJUS pY ^EKIO) )£?/ GKL i /-^>, J b, SE ' < ' UUb - > IM7AT THE. i t COTONiAPO._ CO 1OU 8C,A,\se A FE\V AVLLIOMS TO FALL INTO HiS LAP ? LET'S &Q, OKKM. 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