The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1953 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 12, 1953
Page 7
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SATURDAY, SEPT. 12, 1958 BLTTHEVILLE (AltK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Ho«»l« KAFF-KfW/PAfiHrr ALL/THIS 8UMDIIJG '„ CIGAR 5MOKS IS 55AR- IMS MY eyes, BUT IF KETTHISCARSO ooww I'LL MEVHB Be ABL6 TO STRIKES ME — BUSTER'S C«iR SITS IDLS IN TH6 SARAS6/ IF /MARTHA PERSISTS IM MAKlKJd A AUJL6 TRAIN OF ME, I MUST SORROW IT/ K^.* OUT OUR WAY •y J. R. Williami CALLED WU THREE TIMES.' AND L KMOW *X> HEARD ME BECAUSE iWJORINO.' XXI DONTSNORE DOftWtS THE SUMMER VACATION, BUT WHEN SCHOOL. STARTS *X> ger AWUU.Y SMAKT, PONT xxif WHY MOTHERS C6T <5RAV _ „, - «, » . FRECKLIS AND HIS FRIENDS PASSES/IPBNTTTY CAPPS... H/tW! THI4 LITTLE TEWKET WILL COME IN H/WPV TOO... _The Book Exchange offer* * ' To buy or trade your old books. For sale, rood hook! at low prices. fo order any new book for you. Boxed greeting cards and gift wrap* pings. Unique place cards made to •rder. Alex and Eliiabeih Shelby 603 W. Main tmfttrm FARM LOANS LOW RATB NO FEES OR STOCK J. W. MEYER lit National Bank Bldf. Blytherille, Ark. Plume!-. Office 2281 Begidenoe IM7 In Association with IHi PRUDENTIAL INSUHANCt CO. ' "• OF AMERICA HOME OfFlce. NEWARK. N.A Parts and Supplies for All Cars, Trucks and Tractors 5 5 5 W H O I, E S A I, E all olfsprlng o! one pair flle^ Jived to maturity, the entire surface of the earth would be covered to a depth of 47 feet with files In one season. /V DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Romn: t a.m. to 10 p.m. irM* DtHT«ry to T p-na. WOODS DRUG STORE »1 Weal Main St. Television SERVICE ANY MAKE FA Systems (or Sale or Rent 'PHII-CO FACTORY SERVICE Blaylock'7 V Hltfeway II Ph. 317J TRUSSES Spring or Elastic Abdominal Belts Kirby Drug Stores RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored AtL WORK Guaranteed Grovers Body & Radiator Shop 508 Cl. Lake Ave. Pho. 6981 FOR RENT MOVIE CAMERAS and PROJECTORS All New Kodak Equipment Offered in a Large Selection BARNEYS DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Phone 3647 Television— Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis. Channel 5 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1J 10:30 Previews and News 10:40 Film Featurette 11:00 Hippodrome 11:30 Frontier of Faith 12:00 Zoo Parade < 12:30 Mr. Wizard 1:00 Burns and Allen 1:30 Beulah 2:00 Roy Rogers 2:30 Ethel and Albert 3:00 Sunday Musical? 3:30 American Forum of Air 4:00 Meet the Press 4:30 Slim Rhodes 4:55 News ' 5:00 Paul WlncheU 5:30 Mr. Peepera 6:00 Big Payoff 7:00 TV Playlious* 8:00 Stu Erwln 8:30 Favorite Story 9:00 Racket Squad 9:30 News 9:40 Weather 9:45 Toast of the Town 10:45 Your Playtime 11:15 News 11:20 To Be Announced 11:50 Sign Off ROSE'S by Margaret Millar It. Mlldm. «•— . be, MMhM If HI* Sank* STOFtYi Prank CIrrie. welfare worker, !• unable to explain a panne cull he recelTed • t 3 o'clock Monday aftrrnooH nnd a ponteard mulled at fliSO p. m. taat dny, hoik Iron) RON* French, forgotten ajar or the alien! film*. The medical exnm- Iner niiyn that Rone died about noon on Holiday. I'rnnk lella hl» ainry to Police Captnln (Sreer. • • • IV ^PHE telephone on Captain Greer's desk buzzed and h« leaned forward with a grunt of annoyance and picked it up. "Greer speaking." "This is Malgradl. I'm down at the F. P. There's a .man" in my office that wants to see Rose." "Who is he?" "Claims to b« her husband. I ,got her looking pretty nice; but I thought I better check with you first before letting anybody see her." "What's his name?" "Dalloway Haley Dalloway." "Keen him around until 1 get jtherc. I'll be right down." "1 haven't had any dinner | yet." "I'll bring you a bag of popcorn." Greer put down the phone and turned to Frank. "Dalloway's showed up, her first husband Come along and meet him at the funeral parlor." Malgradi's office at first glance seemed like a somber room dedicated to sorrow. A more careful study revealed a camouflaged [television set. a portable bar dls- icrcetly draped .In gray velvet The room smclled of cigir smoke. The man who was smoking ttie cigar rose and looked around nervously for an ash tray. Finding none, he transferred the rigar to hit gloved left hand (He was tall and erect, a man in (his sixties, with clipped white hair and wide-spaced brown' eyes that looked naive and trusting as a boy's. He had trusted, jperhaps. too often and too well. iThe rest of hli face bore the marks of bitternesa and piln ' The hud beUInf Uw d«*i re- mained motionless and Frank realized that it was artificial. Dalloway took a hesitating step forward. "You'r*. tht police?" Grew nodded. "I'm Haley Dalloway. Tht« Is terrible, a terrible thing. Rote was always 50 full of lif« and energy." He turned away for a moment, fighting for control.. When he recovered his composure, Greer introduced Frank and himself. a a • (""REER was studying DaHo- vy way, not subtly, the way Frank had to observe his cases, but openly and directly the way Miriam sized people up. "You live here, Mr. Dalloway?" "No. I live in Belmont, that's a suburb of Boston. I cam* out here for—for a vacation." "Where are you staying?" "At the Rancho del Mar. It's a motel down near the beach, East Beach, I believe they call it. If there's anything you want to discuss with me you can reach me there. Right now I—I'd like to see Rose." "Certainly," Gr«r said politely. "Do you mind if Mr. Clyde here goes along?" "Well, 1—no." "Mr. Clyde was a friend of Rose's. He's been trying to help her this past year." "Help her?" Dalloway's eyes focuied on Frank. "Art you a doctor?" . "I work for the mental hygiene clinic," Frank »id. "You mttn ROM wai insane?" "No, indeed I don't Th« clinic doci preventive work. I lave ROM an appointment whenever 1 (elt that ttM was getting too depressed or too high." "Rose was always Ilk* that," Dallowsy said quit* brusquely. "One day she'd be so low she hated everyone, and the next day she'd b« th« life of the party." Rao* find torn ti tU •*** woman. She didn't look like Rose at all. In life Rose had been rather careless. No matter how often she combed her hair it always looked a little wild, her make-up was never quite straight Now Row lay in her casket, meticulous, not a hair out o( piac*. Her cotton-stuffed checks were symmetrically rosy, her mouth rigid and straight as if sht didn't dare to move it for fear of disturbing the lipstick. "I'd never have known her, she's aged so much." Dalloway spoke as if the years that had aged Rose had passed him without a glance. "She's still wearing my ring." , "I've never seen her without it." That's funny, Isn't it, after all that's happened to her. I used to read about her in the papers from time to time, after she left me." Except for his breathing which was labored and irregular, Dalloway seemed under control. "Did she ever tell you how she left me?" "Once. She ran away with a circus." • • • '"THAT'S right The circus wat in town—we were living in Boulder Junction then—and when it moved out Rose moved with it After the divorce I married again. I had to give our daughter Lora a home." "She never mentioned a child." Dalloway was not surprised. "How like Rose, lo forget ih* inconvenient things. I'd like to hear more about Ro«, how she'* been living the last while Per- • haps you might consider coming down to my. motel?" . "I might" "Tht fact'is, Tm.alone in town. It's rather dtprtsslng." "Your family' didn't come with you?" '"1 DO longer have a family. My wife died several years ago. And Lora—" Dalloway't fac* tightened Ilk* a fist, and for th* first time Frank MW, behind th* innocent and trusting eyes, a shrewd, hard, obstinate man. "My daughter, Lora, disappeared i two months ago." Ct» B* MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Ding Dong School 8:30 Film Featurette 8:45 Arthur Godfrey 9:00 Hawkins Foils 9:16 The Bennetts 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Shopping At Home 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Arthur Godfrey 11:00 Storyland 11:15 Guiding Light 11:30 Garry Moora 12:00 Meditation 12:10 News 12:20 Farm News 12:30 Homemakers Program 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Welcome Traveler* 2:00 On Your Account 2:30 Ladies' Choice 3:00 Atom Squad 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Berl Olswanger 4:30 Industry On Parad* 4:45 Hartoons 5:00 Flicker Comics 5:15 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Bob and Ray 5:45 News Caravan 8:00 Name That Tun* 6:30 Howard Barlow 7:00 Cisco Kid 7:30 Robert Montgomery 8:30 Who Said That 9:00 This Is Your Llf* 9:30 News Reporter S:45 Tonight in Sport* 9:55 Weather 10:00 Wrestling 10:45 News 11:00 Man Against Crlm* 11:30 Suspense 12:00 Sign Off Radium Producer The Eldorado mine, at Radium City on Great Bear Lake in the Canadian sub-Artie, Is said to be the world's greatest producer of radium, mining and refining five grams a month. When its time To Repaint lou'll save monej bj Klectlnj good paint. Good paint (ant* longer and the lonjel Inter- ,rals between painting lowen Tdar annual cost. W« nearn mend VANE - CALVERT FalnU, made by "America's Oldest Mined Paint Roue." Phone 45M and we will flr- «ra th* eo*t *M r*M*nn«Dd k good printer. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO, UST WENT ON. BY ITSELF/ THERE ARf NO PROGRAMS THIS . TIME Op MI6HTY Maybt that dog of your mother't did win a blue ribbon, but I ttill iay he's dumb—can't even learn to shake hands!" PRISCILLA! A LITTLE GrlRL SHOULDN'T iTALK LIKE THAT; WOW! THIS MUSIC REALLY SENDS ME YOU'D BETTER YES, MOTHK THIS HOUR OP 1 IWCKTANT THeNISHT? •HDU VtCULPNT 1 WCOSWttt *B NOW—A FLAWY CML SNAttEt UVTNft N A BEAUTIFUL OLP VIK 6MA WOMB WITH HIS MOTHER. VIC. INKP 11 W/»6 HEAP- VOLK HELK J IMS POWN CAN YOLJ "*\ YOLK WAV COME POWN } FOB A VA- FPK A WEEK/CATION, i VVrrHOUTAMvAc/!iN SAY ONE KNOWN*/ I'iV\ JUST PASSING THKOUSH/ SHECTON WHITE- YOU CUP rosev- IWTHCUM7/ HAVEN'T SEEN-jOOSNC COWPWJYMAI7& UCE MM.ES ON «K> CONFOUNP THW GIRL.! SN6»XEP OUT* T«» BEAUTY PfcRtOR KT SOtAE OTHER EXIT— IF SHE'S 5TICKIMO TO HER. SCHEMLE! SHE WNS DUE KT 'DOVEEM5 W \\-AS, TO SEE O' FOUNDM10W e^R(AEM^5... WHATEVER THM 151 IC/kN CATCH HER. THERE 1 TK6R6 SHE 15, GRHKIN3 A.T 50»*t TWMS! ILL JUST SUP IM UHWOriC BELIEVE ME,OOR \THEY PIDNT APPW7VE THEV CERTWNLY \ YOUR REPLACING TH! DID... AN' ALL BE-ySRAND W12ERS HA1 CAUSE OF TH' ff AND BEATS WTH THA WIZER'6 LID. J.-.X OUTRT. EH? IF I OON'T GET 'EM \ BUT VLEFT 'EM BACK BACK.W MISERABLE) TH' V^LLOIVSTONE. WRETCH WILL HAVE ,/THERM NO WAY / YEH...SEE, < iOU'RE ME JAJLEP FOR A / (DM EARTH 1O J, TELLIN'ME.... GCOD LONG Vs GET 'EM BACK! STRETCH/ SEE.FOOZY, SLK AM TM' WIZER MUSTA GAVE K3U A BAD TIME/ THESE INDIAN OUTFITS IS ALL I GOT AT THAT PRICE! TRY 'EM ON!. MY COSTUME 15 FINE BUT CICERO DOESN'T SEEM TO HAVE ANYTHINS BUT A HEAD-BAND ANDA FEATHER! CAN YOU FIX BOTH CICERO ANO W (Jf> WITH COSTUMES P0« TMRSB DOLLARS? VOki 6V; A SV\OOVO TO MX ONRY\K)6S --~ '

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