The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1966 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 19, 1966
Page 11
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Blythevflle (Ark,)' Courier New*.«-Tuesday,.April ID, 1WJ— Page Elevrt'" OUR BOARDING HOUSE — With Major HoopU OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams ANP THB Y HMM IHf BOOK LOOK, f MAIUMAKI IflFKCIPWlVB LIL--THB \ RMALLY < MM BX- STUFFOH] HtOUOKT \ PSCTIUft MVPASMOM CAR* I SSOT FDR/ M,Y»»I.M*,AHWM,Y5 BESIDE A *MAU. lAKE WIU.KM THI SOUL-8UTIT WONt BBRiAU [ NOT-ONLY KEPT A PARTY Of If AUV6 WITH W AN6LIN2, BUT t EN/SN TOOK ORDERS EACH MOKNIN6 TO SEE' WHAT KINO OFFI«H EACH JjJSSK,- THR6B CHSBM AMPATISBR • .i« 1,1.0.1. TMiS Aiwr •) ANSWER// - VAPT-, IT WAS NICE OF YOU To e ' OFFER TO WAK6 MEW COWERS FOR NX GOLF- CLUBS/ TIZZY by Rott Ownn • 1*4 lr ««. >«•" TJJ. I* B!. M M. "Oh, yes. It WOULD bs nice to be Uuoi Baines Johnson. But after that what?" "I let my father work No. 16. He was feeling so " unappreciated!" ~ ae u O < at w IW THE YOUTHS OF AMERICA ARE WOITEPATLAST! WE HAVE FLAWS, UJE HW6 DREAMS. WE HAVE OUR ANJD OUR PEWCKTOU UJHO CAW SAV WHAT U6lt Television—T6<iighr, Tomorrow—WREC Channel 3, WMCT Channel 5 and WHBQ Channel 13 I«KEC Channel] Tuet., April 1» 6:00 Amcm 'N 1 Andy 6:30 DnkUrl 7:30 Red «keltbn 8::30 Pettlcoit Junot. 9:00 Special 8:30 F60UJ DB MeftlpB. 10:00 Ten o'ciocK News 10:10 WMthir 10:15 Late MOTH 11:55 News & We«ther 12:00 Sign Otf Wed., April 20 8:45 ADOte C'louOB 7:00 Qoqd mom Mem 7-50 CBS News 8:15 Capt. Knnkeroo 9:00 I Love Lucy 9:30 Real McCoys 10:00 Andy ol MnvMrTJ 10:30 Dick Van Dyke 11-00 Love of Uf» i 11:3! CBS Newi I 11:30 Search for Tom. 11:45 ouidint U«B' 12;00 December Brtti* 12:30 As trjfc World T. 1:00 PMBWort 1:30 HouoepMty 2:00 To Tell the T. a:35 Newt 3:30 Edge of Night 3:no Secret Storm 3:30 Enrly MOYle 5:00 WREC-TV NtWi 5:25 Weather 5:30 Walter urouaale 0:00 Amot n Andy 6:30 Lost In Space 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8:CO Green Acres 8:30 Dick Van Dyke 9:00 Danny Kere ifl:00 Ten O'clock Hews lo:in weatner !0:15 Ute Mowe 11:55 News & wither !3:00 Rlcn Off WMCT—Channel $ Tucs.. April 19 6:00 News wpoort 8:10 Trl State Heport 6:15 Weatner Report fl:20 Sports Report 6:25 camera 5 Rept. 6:30 My Moth., the car 7:00 Please Don't Eat The Daises 7:30 Dr. Kllflnra 8:00 Tue. *nte Movie 10:00 The Reporter 10:15 Norm Brewer 10:15 Today In Sportt 10:25 Weather 10:Su Tonight Show 12:05 TV Chanel 12:30 News Wed., April 20 6:55 TV Chapel 7:25 Today In Mld-S. 7 JO Todaj 8:25 Today WltU Peg j 8:30 ToOftT 9:00 Eye -Guess 9:25 NBd News Rpt. 9:30 Concentration 10:00 Mornlne Star 10:30 Paradise fiay 11:00 Jeopardy 11:30 Let's Play P.O. 11:55 Mlddf- «"•«?, 12:00 Looney zoo 12:30 Let's Make A Deal 12:55 NBC News 1:00 Days of our Lives 1:30 Doctors 2:00 Another world 2:30 You Don't bay 3:00 Route 68 4:00 Mike Douglas 5:30 Huntlev-Eri-kley 6:00 News Report 6:10 Trt-Btate Report 8:15 Weather Report 6:20 Sports Report 6:25 Camera Ri/port 6:30 VlrKlnliin i 8:00 Dan. Thomas Sp. 9:00 Special 10 on eissn Ke&orrar 10:20 Today in Sports lu:25 Weatnet 10:30 Toniset eaow 12:00 News 12:05 TV Ch»J»l WHBQ-Cbannel 13 Tues., April 1» 6:30 Assault 7:30 McHale's NiTy 8:00 P Troop 8:30 Peyton Place 9:00 The Fugitive 10:00 Mldsouth New* 10:15 Moving Weatnc) 10:20 I.nte Show Wed.. April 2» 7:00 Cartoon Time 8:30 Jack Lalarme 8:00 Town & country 9:30 Father Knowi Best 10:00 Supermlt. Sweep 10:30 Dating Game 11:00 Donia Reed 11:30 Mr.&Mrs. Nortk 12:00 Ben Casey 1:00 The Nurses 1:30 A Tlm» r6l ul 1:55 News 2:00 General 2:3i) Tounc Uarrledi 3:00 Funhouse 4:30 Adventure Tint, 5:00 New* 5:10 Weather 8:15 News 5:30 MaverlcK 0:30 Batman 7:00 Patty Duk« 7:30 Blue Llent 8:00 The nut Valler 9:00 Long, Hob oum. 10:00 Mld-«KUtn newi 10:15 Moving \venthu 10:20 Late Show Continued From rreceeding Page For $*!• Cart & Trucks rof Sale or Tr«d«—1963 Country Bedstf Ford Wagon. >R/H Air. .LE J-5324 diys till 4 is alter 7 nights: 4-16 pit 4-25 'S3 Olds, r-85 4-dr. sedan, auto, trans., air, r/n, l60d tires, clean. PO 3-6863. 4-15 ck 4-23 Attention New Car Buyers If you are thinking ol trading your present car or buying a 'new car, pick up your phone and call me now for t v ie be»t deal In town. Ted Maxwell, Bob Sullivan Chev., PO. 34578 day. PO 3-1900 night. 4-8. pk'8-9 1562 Corvalr Monza, powersllde, radio, good tlrej. good cond., & very clean. 1898. Call PO 3,-MJ.l-^ 1985 Volkswasen 6100 miles, »1*00 cash. Call PO 3-3100 after 6 P.M. 4-12 pk 4-20 196! Ch«y. Pit-up, 8 cylinder, full deluxe. L« 3-5290 after 3 rj.m. Sport4 ew- Al'» Romero. Clean >nd cheap. K> i-4762. 3-17 cK « T Bird 19«0 H.T., »lr cond., white, full power tt»5. LE, 2-8512 Many 1I>UBI> m tn» "Mai*" M "P«male" columns *n not ln v oe . th« con«nl«e« of readers Because some occupations are considered 'more attractive to per- eons of one ae» than the other. Discrimination In «mplpr"J«nt because of Ml Is prohibited 07 1964 Federal civil Bights Act with wrtaln exceptions Employment agenc'os and employers covered by the act must Indl- caw In their advertisement Whether or not the listed positions are available to both eei- Oeslenatlon •» «o sen m our Help Wanted and Employment Agcn- CT columns are mad* only (1) to Indicate bona fids occupations) oualUlcMlons lor em- ploysi«it which an smpioytr rtnrds u reaaonably oectsury to the normal operation of nis business or enterprise, or 11} as * convenience to out readers to tit thsa now watch posi- «OBS thl sdvertlier beltms would b. of more Interest to nna M< than another btcaust of th» wert inTOiTsa But* <l«- Ignatlons should not be taken to Indicate that the advertlsci Intends 01 practices nny unlawful itation, specif I""* 1 * ,We are seeking n mnrrlcd man between afes 2] nnd 30 find a high school graduate, for a wholesale bukery route. We will train the Individual selected lor this position a/id offer a base plus commission the hours of 3 p.m. <t 5 ixm- Amer- Icftn Bakeries Co.. 1111 McHaney Road, Sidney POsey. PO 3-6814 or P6 3-94S8. 4-15 pk 5-16 $17,000 PLUS NEW CAR AS BONUS for man over 40 in Blythevllle Ateft. Use car for short trips to contact customers. Air mall G.G. Sears, Pres., American Lubricants Co., Box 676, Dayton 1, Ohio. 4-18 pk 4-24 Waitress for neight work. Apply at Red Rooster Tnn or call Mrs- Henry, PO 3-9715. 3-31 cfc ll Help Wanted Female Housekeeper to live In home. cook, keep house, care for invalid. Board, room, salary. Ph. PO 3-3378. dh Sec., receptionist, 25-35, good typist, shthand & it. bookKeeplng. Must have poise, tact As good person- Hilly. 40 Yirs.. n.lFes, vac., pension plan. Ideal workln? cond't. Reply giving qualiif cations c/o Courier News, Box 66. 4-13 pk 5-16 Help W*n»«d, Male Dleael irucK onvers, ag« 21-45 Must b« in good physical condition good salary. Equal opportunity employer, FROZEN FOODS EXPRESS. 1755 Proctor St. Dalia*. Texas. 3-36 pk 4-27 Business Opportunitiw will -inTolaa PO 3-W02 _ 3-29 pk 4-S9 • Store for Rent •lock. N»*r Air B LOST: L»rg«, ftrown A whlt« m»l« Bftssett bound, 8 yrs. old. Missing 4 weeks. PO 3-8167, PO 3-3788. 4-13 pk 4-31 Notice COTTON CHOPPERS — experienced, grown geese, $2,50 ea. E. W. Robertson. Ph. 561-4891, Manila. 4-18 pk 5-19 We buy <t sell used bricks. O.S. Rolllson Lumber & Wrecking Co.. Hwy. 18, West 1 ml. 3-21 pk 4-21 Kitchen Aid Dishwashers P st Form Cabinet & Vanity Tops In Stock for ImmediRte Delivery Henry Woods Cabinet Shop 1033 W. Moultrle Dr. TO 2-2717 - PO 3-6178 4-8 ck 5-9 Linda TillmaTv Sherwood Is *t Betty's Beauty Shop. PO 3-3676. 3-30 pk 4-30 LEDBETTERS DISCOUNT SHOES AIR BASE HIGHWAY 3-11 ck tf The Mississippi County ttnlob M.sslon needs youi surplus clothing Qousehold items, nardware, furniture, etc. Please call PO 3-8380 or Tin? to 410 E Main 4-18 ck tf Open For Business. Bill's Auto Salvage. Used cars & Parts. \i, mlla out of city limits on S. Elm, "PO 31783. 4-3 pk 5-8 BILL'S COIN SHOP new hours 10 A.M to 9 P.M. 7 day» • week We buy and sell coins. Supplies of all kinds. Located In Hotel Noble Lobby. 3-22 Ck tt Expert repairs on all makes ol sewing machines. The Singer Co. Plaza SBOpping Center PO 2-2782. 1-1 ek tf Wanted to Buy Wanted to buy: soybeans Ji asw crop wh«st. Call Tyler Durbln, Continental Grain, cottonwood Point, ED 3-1811. 4-18 ek t-l< Wheelchair-adjustable legs. Call after 7 p.m. PO 3-8100. l-lt db tt Indian nllcs, arrownsada toma- hfkwks, pottery, etc. or will trntfa BLYTKEVILLE IRON i METAL CO. 1200 8 Jim. PO 3-8SS8. 3-4 ck tf If yoilr bargain hunting, come see ,.s at Blythevllle Mobile Home Bales located on the Air Base highway. Wa hava a Itrtl selection of new & used Mobile Homes. Call 4-l« ek t-l» Laws mowlnf terries. PO 3-48M after 5 . _ 4-13 P* <-31 Child care In my Home, 3 yrs. or orer. PO 3-73W. 4-U pk 8-U Ironlnct done. Ml B. Walnut, PO 1-0837. . . . 4-13 pk J-ll Arkansm Oacetts — For Early Home Delivery PO 3-OS33, 4-11 pk 3-11 WANTtD: UH4 rumltu/* 92 Whit*. *h. PO 3-M)M or PO 5-5MS Personal 8>ndy y«rd dirt, 13.50 loid delivered. PO 3-8493. 4-18 pk J-18 Receive Fresnell Courteu «t »5J 3. Division, Oroc.. It 1208 8. Division, Shell Stttloo. 3-91 ck a Private Rooms Political Candidates The Courier News has been authorized to announce- the following candidates for., office in the forthcoming Democratic Primary election: Legislative Post No. 2 BILLY NICHOLSON * * * District Prosecuting Attorney RAL?H E. WILSON 3 tarirmn., pvt. cond, PO 3-7813. »»th, TV, air 4-11 pk 27 BR, upstairs. Print* entrance * Bath, TV. PO S-J5M. 4-IJ pk 4-23 Roon A board, S17.30 week Men 115 W. A»h Mrs. Cassldy. 3-l« pk 4U Spring Piano Classes Now Open Mrs. James Bassham S05 Robindale Call PO 3-0795 MOVED ACROSS THE STREET TO 111 WEST MAIN Com* Set Us O.K. A. R. Peek, Seat Covers CUSTOM MADE $25 • $30 - $35 FACTORY MADE $13.50 to $22.50 Truck seats Exchanged, Boat Seats Exchanged, Custom built and covered. Complete Auto Upholstery Gilbert's •00 E. Main Ph. 8-8742 AFTER AlUWW/« CHAIRMAN OF FATHER IS SO VERV GfiATEFQI- i TO you lU BET! HE DIDN'T INVITE METOSPENP THE WEEKEND,..!! WAS A COMMAND! ENIP...IFHEWANTH> W AND WHEN ITRIEO 70 TALK ABOUT THE NEW ll 70 8EG OFF HE MADE NBJR9U5S)CA(.WINS,we a WE.FEEL,tlKEA </1M.THE COULD HAVE MANASEP «« PRAfTPOC6ER!/R»SOM HE THATATTHEHOSPTOL. GOT TROUB1.E...TPO MUCH /Y \ XTOHANPLEB/MXSELF. 'BUT BILL. KREICKER OF 'V WARSAW, INC3IASIA, ANO ^ Jl GUESS THE NEVER HEARO ABOUT COMPOUMD. INTEREST. A WHILE BACK >rt>U SAID IF VOU SAVED A WEEK FOR IOO YEARS MDU'D HAVE • *2«,OOO.. ' SURE NCfT MUCH AT ARITHMETIC •STUART , RICK KRUESER OP HALES CORNER, VMS., \WR\TE TO SAY YOU'D ONLY HAVE $2,€00°- WAYTOOJNCH? WOW, WHO'S SOWS 70 REACH POWH ITS THROAT me RETRIEVE, we JEWELS IT SWALLOWED ? HE'S INSIDE, CAPTAIN EAS/l DROP THE GATE I WOI'D V6R MOMMA DO WHEN VOU HAP A TUWW- ACHE? tfMON, UZ J ISOT'A JUICV NO, THE NAME WAS MORE LIKE TAJW*...TAMPA.'! /^T»Mf», ViOULP THERE HAVE / FLORIPA..A. BEEN A PLACE ' " LIKE THAT? COULD HAVE7\I PONfT WX5W. I BELIEVE I PO RECALL SOME MENTION OF AN / THE ISTH ASTEROIP IN COLLISION OF JUNE WITH THE EARTH... A LONS 7IME AGO! BEEN...IT WAS ITHASNT IN NORTH J HAPPENED AMERICA, rVET.' irSONLV WASN'T IT? VERV BEAUTIFUL CITY! SOU'VESUCTO EvtKVSwri BARBER SHOP

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