SATURDAY, AUGUST t, 1991 I5LYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 7A31 OUR BOARDING HOUSE — witfc M.j.r yoo SAY HANENOU GOT tteR OM A, WETf SH& 17. S. Equipment Helps Indo-Chinese 'nist-led Vietminh armies. The value of aid supplied by the US. to the French since the'Mili- SAIGON. mdo-China (IP,— Nearly '• *W assistance program started in 160 ships have unloaded American i July. 1050. now Is believed to be war equipment antt supplies in In- clos e to olle billion dollars although do-ClilncEC ports for the French Union forces battling the Commu- OUT OUR WAY lif&^ifc-- 3.2. no official estimates have been released here. " Never A Dull Moment! DANCING NIGHTLY! "We have to charge a high p;-:oe, Mom—wa dumped In all the vitamins we could fmd. in the medicina oabinst!" 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Channel MONDAY, AUGUST 4 6:45 Test Pattern 1:60 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 1:55 News 8:00 Prologue to Future 8:30 Breakfast Party 5:00 Mrs. U.S.A. 0:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Storylnnd 10:15 Love ot Life 10:30 Search lor Tomorrow 10:15 Morning Meditation 11:00 Cheyenne Kid 11:30 Film Fcnturcltc 11:45 Guiding Light 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Hotnemakers Program 1:00 B|R Payoff 1:30 Johnny Dugan 2:00 Manhattan Matinet 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody •1:00 News 4-Q5 Hcrl Olswanger 4:30 Space Cadets 4:« Film Fenturette 5:00 Film Featuretle 5:15 News 5:26 Weather 5:30 Those Two _ "5:45 NrTws "Caravan " " " " G::l Quiz Kids 6:30 Howard Bnrlow 1:00 Sen. McKellar '7:30 Robert Montgomery 8:30 Who Said That 9:00 Albert Gore 9:15 Film Featurett* 9:25 News 0:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 News 11:00 Film Featurett* 11:15 News 11:25 Sign Off y Larry Sternlg G»rn«U 1KZ br IX noise drowned out r | . E crowd the sound of those hammering hoofs. Adonis seemed to falter, lose stride. The chestnut filly was closing in as they swept toward the wire. Then, from somewhere, Rusty pulled another spurt out of the colt. Adonis went on—to win, Nystrom's voice was ragged. "lie's hurt. Look, he's limping," It was true. Adonis, walking back to the winner's circle now t was limping baldly. It was a quarter crack caused by the 'unyielding surface of today's track. Johnny asked the trainer, "How bad is it? 11 The IraTrier took a deep breath. "Bad enough to keep him out of the Atwalcr. How much worse, I couldn't judge," "It couldn't be taped?" Nystrom shook his head slowly. "It's up to Bella now." Rusty snid, "Well, Adonis has the stuff. Even a cracked hoof didn't stop him. He's everything we hoped for. 1 ' "Everything/ 1 Johnny admitted. "And so are you, Rusty." Johnny told Carol when he returned to the box. She said. "Do you really think this Mr. Kovalt is out to break you? Do you think it's something personal? I'H bet you could get another extension. 1 "You know him?" Johnny cut in. Carol was obviously flustered, "Yes. Judfie Garry introduced me. He didn't seem at all like a man who'd go to all that trouble, just out of spite," . He said, "He's no good, Carol, Steer clear of him." She had to leave right after the race to be at thn Club Madrid for the 10 o'clock show. As he .escorted her to her car. she said, "Honey, try not to put so much Importance OA ttioc* MUo. ThU sn't the only way iri trie world to make a living." He kissed her, and drew away to study, her. "I don't feel right There's something about this Ko- valt business you haven't told me.' She shook her head solemnly nnd her blue eyes were grave "You must trust me, Johnny There's no love without trust." They brought Bella along carefully. They tjave hfir a tightener. two days before the Atwater. and she romped homo in front by three open lengths. But the competition wasn't up to what she'd meet later. Goodhue came down the day after the tightener. He'd sold the house, he informed Johnny, and his equity in it had gone lo pay oil the mortage on the farm. He smiled. "If you lose the horses, you can farm the place." Johnny looked up Nystrom for lunch. The tall, thin trainer was standing next lo the fence, watching Rtrsty work Challenger. "Think yon could get alonu without me for a while, Johnny?' need trip wheels iind the die? anil the cards lo keep him clear of Only rood and ciunrtaiiiment at his new ppot. and both of thoin, this FCribc must record, are o.\- ccllcnt. Carol O'Shea is the featured thrush at the Madrid. 'NufC Johnny remembered Carol's words. "I've met him. Judge Garry introduced me." And, "Johnny, you must trust rne. There's no love without trust." Judge Garry, \vilh his out-of- character friendship for Kovalt, his support of Goodhue. The attorney, who'd sell only to Kovalt. He thought of NystronVs regard for the judge. And he remembered thai Rusty hnd pulled Challenger in the Futurity. Commencement Honors Abolished in Iowa OTTUMWA. I». W)—The Ottum wa Board of Education stirred up tempest when it decided recent! to do away with scholastic honor at future high school commence mcnts. No more, valedictorians salutatorians. The board reasoned that clas grades are not compiled enrl enough to make a fair rilstrihiitlo of honor awards. Ottuinwans disagreed engaged In a flurry letter-writing. The board has stuc by its guns. PRESCRIPTIONS Frrsh Stock Guarnnlcerl Rcsl prices Kirby Drug Stores Johnny nodded, but there was a question in his eyes. *'My heart," Nystiom explained. "It's acting up again. ! should go back home and rest a while. 1 surely couldn't watch that one tomorrow." "Why, I had no idea your heart was bad." The trainer expelled his breath through his mouth. "It isn't bad enough, to put me to bed. But I've seen loo many close races, I guess. This one tomorrow is a little too important, I couldn't take it," • * * A FTER dinner, Johnny found a copy of his home town paper on a n^ws stand. He turned to the sports pages. And from there to the entertainment page. A columnist's item caught his eye: Roger Kovalt'i new Club Madrid would »eem to prove that A T the sight oT thnt homely, freckled fane topped by the rnV's nest of redtU^h hair, Johnny forgot all about the questions but one. "Who's going to win tomorrow, Rusty?" We are, Mr, Hamilton, You <now thai." "CJo up and ccl your sleep," Johnny said. "I've a letter to write," He was in no mood to write a rational tetter, nnd he didn't. He was young, and) this was his first love, or had been, and there were 5ome things he 5imply had to sny When he'd finished, he rend it over hurriedly, reeled, it, and mailed ii in the lobby. He didn't fall aslccp until nearly 3 o'clock. By then it had already started to rain. » It was still raining, though not much more than a drizzle, when ic arrived at the track nex.t morn- ng. Knsly was Ihore. and Rusty ooked Rlum. He said, "She lost one race l,i?t year, just one out of seven. That was on a muddy Irnck." Johnny said, "That was last year. She's got to win this one. husly. riJ take her over and get some bar plates on her/' 1 don't think it's the traction THE ONLY GRAIN BIN WITH 6-PLY RIBS EVERY 21'Y OF HEIGHT FOR EXTRA STRENGTH she minds," Rusty said. "It's just the dampness she fcates, and the flying mud," "Well, caulks won't hurt," Johnny said. (X« B* C*a EASIEST BIN OF ALL TO ERECT! •Stop in soon, whil« we still have famous -SIOUX- Steel grain bins! 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