The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1966 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 23, 1966
Page 13
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1,11 Ityflievffle (Ark.) Courier New* - Thursday, Smt «, HM- ftft Thlrtm , OUR IOAR01N6 HOUSE — Wi»h Maiw HoopU OUT OUR WAY by Kote Osonn Bv J. R. Wllliomi .runouwM.".*. , "-vi-iT,- e \ ^ilS^X-r^a t'l t UAUETZiLGARM L BETHATJ5 I THAr6oE5 oUTOr &Sr*«f«wMPTA- \ -mdTRIOHT \sianf, OUTOFMINP- (SWQSE EFFECTIVE; PiJLLLlPA'GHAIR, .SAY'ASSSMCS " MAKES THE HEART <5K3W FONDER.' 1 ' THAT SWQlf IFTMSVEB6KK, X"^ ^7 "•"•<-•>; UM,YA«,aOV»,ITS 3USt AftT SOSFSCTEO **r CIGlFMftM ML A \1(/-TIA* /IE THE I &tl*= X UJW.T/™, DUfD, |V» 3U6T AST "JSPECIEDJ/pip^.^ — FIBEMAN I* A VICTIM OF W5MWS/1 22 SOT HB *IW8AWUtW«A»THl*e«ARt f £l,f£ T ,5K ZHaufi Ha RPIICC unpi co« I «IT t—i \VHliT i-iw i (50LPIE,ANP WE'LL MAKE IT EASES' . FOR HIM.' r** ALL 1M 6OWWA EAT IS THIS DRV TOAST AMP SKIM MILK.' PROVE WT t'D NBVER.A1AK6 IT' NO RESPECT f OK HIGHER MATH" THE CAU3RI6 COUNTER...* 1 IF WE EveitCOME To A PAKnMSr/i'LLTRy ' TO' REMEMBER. WHAT PtO ye FRECKLES JusrsMD m\ SAY'? To JUNE/ JUNE .\NiLiBe AT HER CAMP . BABY, I'AA ALL. SHOOK UP/" DROPPIN6 •' THEY'RE SAY1MG OOODBY, .• FOR THE SUMMER/ "Your Mr. McOinty snores! "I'm so broka this week I'm even taking deposit bottle* back to the store!" WILL BE MILES AWAY, ACROSS Trie lAKE'.THB IS A SEMTlMEK TAL I'M DOING A ROTTEN JOB. I'M DRJVINS THE MUSICIANS. PUSHING TOO HARD... THANKS, BEN. I'D REACHED THE BREAKING POINT. j,. • M« W W4. be. m tJvS. >oi. WE COUT KNOIO. HALF TM6 TIME, WHETHER OTHER GREAT C/(/ltf2ATIOWS COMff AMD ecwe' OURS IS WOT THE FIRST CMLteRnOtJ TO APPEAR. OfJ , EARTH, YKUOU! I •wonder, is my. ..-*• taste -so tjood, .,? if Ti^ht pants and •scraijtoly whiskers Leave • me absolutely cold- The way "they sinb off-key these days Just turns my blood to I dorit care much for- striniyy hair Or eyelids painted blue.. Tomorrow-WREC Channea. WMCT Channel 5 and WHBQ Channel 13 10 :00 SupeimKt. Swp. 10:30 The Dating Game 11 :00 Donna Reed 11:30 Father Knows B. 12:00 Ben Casey 1 :00 conf . lor Women 1:30 Time lor Us 1:55 News 2:00 ueneral Hospital 2:30 The Nurses 3:00 Fun House 4:30 Adventure 5:00 News 5:10 Weat&flt 5:15 News 10:20 Today n spts. 10:25 Weather 10:30 Tonight 12:00 The Beat 1 :00 News 1 :05 Weather &a5INN(N<5 "TO THINK. te ^ec/aye ABCtirSUILDIN© WHBft— Channel 13 5:30 Maverick 6:30 Fltntstones 7 :00 Tammy 7:30 Addams Fam 8:00 Honey West 8:30 Farmers Daugd. 9:00 Court Martial 10:00 News 10:15 Weather 10:20 Lato Show j i- 8:30 Marshall Dillon T:00 OilliRan's Isl. 7-30 My Three Sous 8:00 Thur. Nlta MovU 10:15 News 10:25 Weather 10:30 Late Movte 12:00 News fc Weath 12:05 Sign OfJ Prt. June 24 9:w AOOI« to. uiquQl 7:00 Qooa morn. «mm. 7:50 CBS News SMS Capt. Ksflseroo ft-00 1 I^> v e ^^y 9:30 Real McCo;« 10:00 Andj or Mayoerry J0:30 Pick Van DyUe 11:00 Love of Life 11:25 CBS News 11:30 Search Tomorrow 11:45 12:00 Dec. 12:30 Aa World Turni 1:00 Passwora 1:30 House Party 2:00 Tell the Trutrj 2:25 CBS Notts 2:30 Edge ot Nlt» 3:00 Secret Storm 3:30 Enrlr MoTle 5:00 WREC-TV News 5:26 WHKU-TV Wea. 5:30 Walter cronxlte e.Utl f.mop Tl' (\nol 6:30 Wild, Wild west 7:30 Hogan's Herr^i 8:00 Gomct Pi'le 8:30 FT1. Nile Mo7l« 10:00 NPWP 10:10 Weather 10:15 Late Movie 11 -.55 News-Wthi. 12:00 Sign OH WMCT—Channel S Thurs.. June 23 8:00 News ncpars 6:10 Trl-StRte Report 6:15 Weatlier 6:20 Sports Report 6:25 Cam. 5 Rep. 6:30 Daniel Boon« 8:30 Laredo ~ 8:30 Zorro 1:00 Dean Martin'- 10:00 10 O'Clk. NWS. 10:15 Norm Brewer .0:20 TodRf Tn sport* 10:25 Weather 10:30 Tonlirfit 12:00 News 12:05 TV Chapel 12:10 Slcn Olf . Frl. June 24 6:55 TV cnnpel 7:00 Today 7:25 Today M'rt South 8:30 Toa;v S:25 NBC Nf.'.s 10:00 Mornlr.f. *?:a 9:00 ETO nucSs 10:30 11:00 Jeopardy 11:30 Let'« P1U P. O. 11:55 Mioaay Me' 12:00 Looney Zoo 12:30 Let's MaKe • Deal 12:55 NBC News 1:00 Day 01 our UTB« 1:30 Dociora 2:ou Anotnei World .2:30-.Tou, Don't 3:00 Route 6t 4:00 Mike DouglM 5:30 H-B Report 6:uu News 6:10 Tn-Btat« 8:15 Weither 6:20 Sports. 6:25 Camera 5 6:30 Camp Ruaamuck J-.DP Hauit . '7:30 Sln5.Alone MIKh S:00 Man rrom CNCLB 10:00 Ten o-clk rfewi 10:15 Norm Brewer Thurs., June 23 8:30 Batman 7:00 Gldeet 7:30 Dble. 'Ate. Henry Phytt 8:00 Bewitched ?:30 Peyton PlacB 9:00 Baft. Wld. of ESP 10:uu MlQ ooutn «em 10:15 Moving Westh. 10:20 Late anow Frl. June 24 8:25 Danj tturd 6:30 Meet the Master* 7:00 Cartoon Time »:00 Town & country 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9:30 Wnere Action I» BE SAFE LET US PROTECT YOUR PRECIOUS PURS AND WOOLENS IN OUR BONDED STORAGE VAULTS. BESTWAY Laundry Cleaners PICK-UP & DELIVERS PO 2-2408 2012 EUBANKS Flooring Co. 815 N. 6th PO 3-6092 • Armstrong Linoleum • Kentile Tile • Formica Cablijtt Tops • Ozite Outdoor Carpet • Viking Kitcfisn. Carpet • Stylon Ceramic Tile Open Thurs, Evenings SEAT COVERS 500 SETS $10 to $30 INSTALLED CLEAR PLASTIC, 70 SETS $20 INSTALLED GILBERT'S 600 B. Main — PO 3-6742 WALKER PARK Miniature Golf Weckdaj's 6-10 p.m. Sat. and Sun. 2-10 p.m. HERMON JONES BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE CM. , 1420 Onion AM Phone 274-«00 MpmptUfi 4, Tennesaw 0*11 for Free Consultation, insurance toi •SstMe Planning Key Man. 'artnershlp an Corporation. Group. Fentlon. ReUre. oieut and Hnnpltallzatlon "Cowpoke" WESTERN SHOP SEE^.US...... For. Nocon» Boots, Saddles, Tack, aronming ' Supplies, & •Clothing, Driftwood Arranfe- menit Sil» • South of Blytheville -.-• <:• on. Hwy: 61: Buell W. Carter, MFA Agent 607 N. 6th Next Door to Dixie Pig Phone PO 3-3361 Try before you buy! SKIDMORE PIANO CO. Rent* Baldwin-built Plim for »s little« $10 a montk 101 E. Main St. Phone PO 3-7971 NOW SERVING EVENING MEALS 5-7:30 p.m. Westbrook's Cafeteria PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Open Mon. - S»t. 1 AM-1:S» PM (Sun. 1 AM-2-.M PM) Political Candidates The Courier News has bean authorized to announce the following candidates for office in the forthcoming Democratic Primary election: Legislative Post No. Z BOXY NICHOLSON * * * Olitrict Prosecuting Attorney RALPH E. WILSON Katz Jewelers NEW LOCATION 221 W. Main St. Next- Door to Martin's Men's Store and Gaines-Wright Shoe Store. YOUMEAWVOU Y IHEflRPTOWVTl* THINK MK.RJDICK POLICE LOCWEP.WK WAS IN CWOOT6 ROWCK,CIT15SURS WITH TH' FLV1N 1 / FINANCIER, OW THE SAUCER* >( RIVIERA, WHERE HE5 &AUV.fclt - ^ \ WEEKS1 SO HE IUREP McKEETO.THE SCErJE OF THE YS5.1OVERHEAPP Hltt ASRES TO GO SEARCH FOR W H6IRLOOW THE CALLER HAP LOST WHILE- LOOKING OVER MR. LIK6ITOLPWCOI HE MUST'VE 66EN TH' MR.HOP1CKWHO WAS FIXIN' TO SUV TH' TRACT MR.McKEE VANI5HEP FROM! PK06LY WHILE BUNTIN'TH'HEIRLOOM! WASH SAV5 MtKEEGOTA CALL FROM PITT56URG 5UE...SHORTLV BEFORE THE BLTTH«fS A M.EN-/COME WITH US WELL,.., \ OTHER iiMpa' rnME / EH? COME f TOTHEMENS OU«tw?WAw( WHERE? I LUNCH CLUB YOU TO SEE WHW WE SAW,' j5Hpw?C HORNINS IN ON THEIR PARTY. SUS£, 60N /WP f U. SHOW >OU , FOR STARTERS', (lOTAFCt 101H5M?

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