The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1953 · Page 19
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 19

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 15, 1953
Page 19
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im •UK IQAKPINC HOUSi — wHfc M«frf ! WHEM X SO TO EfJGLANp FT MUST 86 FIRST CftBIri All. TW& WAY/ IT WOULDN'T CO FOR OMB RETIWUE EITW6« THAT OK FASTEN AM MRS. HOOPLB'4 rtO^DAgSr 1 ^'' PROGRESS JM THAT OP THE fiJUEEM'tf TRftMP . MUST i-AUMCH A FUWD-RA1SIM& •LTTHEyiLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Television- Ton ite 7 Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis, Channel THURSDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 15 8:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News *9:3t) Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Grauhco Marx .7:30 The Unexpected v 8:00 Dragnet 8:30 Theatre 0:00 Marti* Knna 3:30 Pres. Truman !0:00 My Little Margie 10:30 Neivj 10:35 Boxing 11:35 Weather •^31:40 It's News to Me .Wi:10 News 12:20 Sign Off .FRIDAY, .JANUARY 16 7:00 Today 7:25 Neivs 7:30 Today 7:55 New: >. 8:00 Today '; 8 25 New . , 8 30 lod y ,:8:a5 New: .. . . * 9 CO Ding Dong School t_P 30 TV bhopper i JO 00 A k Washington ^10 30 Strike It Rich Jll 00 Storvlaml .'11:15 Love of Life a ll "SO Seirch for Tomorrow tic/Mi. -CV&.^S' *fc Urf tA.i c- 11:45 12:00 12:15 12:30 1:00 1:15 2:00 2:30 3:00 4:00 4:15 4:30 5:00 5-.15 5:20 5:25 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 1:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:45 10:00 10:30 10:40 11:10 11:15 11:45 12:15 12:25 Morning Meditation News Kar^n News Garry Moor* Guiding Light Homemake™ Program BU Payoff Welcome Travelers Kst« Smith Hawkins Fall* Gabby Hayes Howdy Doody Berl Olfiwanger Mews Snorts" ^ Weather Short Story Hartoons Evening Serenade News Those'Two Newes Caravan' Dennis Day: , . , Life ofRiley Big Story Hopaiong Casstdy Cavalcade of Sport* Greatest Fights Film Featurette News March of Time Weather Names the Same Film Featurette News Sign Off "Pharos" Lighthouse -A. lighthouse Is called'a "pharos" from the ancient lighthouse which stood on the island of Pharos, in the harbor.of Alexandria, Egypt. Pill tiat shaker with Morton, friend- f WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS" iodized or plain r. M. IU«. U. 8. f «t CM. "I hate to ask Dad't opinion of my new play, Mom—you know how he compare* everything to Shakespeare!" STU DE BAK E R Our Prices are LOWER Our Cars are BETTER Check and ro;id iest our fars as .you see fit. Satisfy yourself that these are among the better buys on today's market! 1949 STUDKHAKER Champion Starlight 5-I'as- senger equipped with overdrive, radio, healer, plastic seat covers, foam rubber seats and many other accessories. Tulip cream finish. • 1949 CHEVKOLET 2 - O oo r Fleet line equipped wif h Radio and Heater and seat covers. Nice blue. '1919 CHEVROLET 4-Door Styleline has radio and heater. Two-Tone blue and gray. 1948 STUDEBAKER Champion 4-Door Regal deluxe n-ifh overdrive, healer, radio plastic seat covers and foam rubber seats. Blue finish with olher accessories. 3948 FORD V-g'4-Door Super Deluxe with radio, heater, seat covers and new gray paint. 1948 CHEVROLET 2-Ooor Sfyleline, has radio, heater, seat covers, new blue paint. CHAMBLIN SALES Co. "Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer" Phone 6888 2 Big Lots at Ash & Railroad Open Saturday Nite Til 9 OUT OUR WAY 'ly J. *. WlfhW, Benefit by Reading and Ujing Courier News Classified Ads LtVCRMORef OttMHO YOU REMOVF "WAT UNFUNN* PW' OF Mr SOW FROM 1DUK WINPOW IMMEDIATELY/ GL&DLY.MR. MS GOOSE w votive COMB PRC-PAR6O TO ' ' (AHEM) PAY W f MAS WOKKZ AT THE PLANETEER VASE TOCU1K.VEN AKE VOL) UORKIN& DIKECTLY UNDER AIR. WELKIN 2 OH.OH.' 1 LEFT Mr AT HOME WlLL YOU L6NO ME A f>MeT£> MAKE AM IMPOPJAMf PHONE CALL? I THe CUSJDHWZV I PROCEDURE BUT in view of. THE SlTUMIOM — CEETAIMLY, SIR/ LET'S GO! I'M ALL SET FOR OUR POKER PARTY. 1 I'/M -STILL NEW AT THE JOB... HAVEN'T MKT AMAIZA i VE THAT'S THE N/M1E. THERE'S M / (FWEKMEW ^ BANOtT WANTED, f AMA\2f(.,VfE Ml&H ... WHO'S THE6I0.HHO WORKS WITH HfAlZ NOT ANY MORE! WHEN I WANT TO PLAY POKER I WALK OUT THE PROMT DOOR! 'HOW COME M3IJR WIFE DIDN'T ANYTHING? 9-1 ^^r^ 1 *. /-<f I I . stu6>fj£& ST U D E B A K E R Papyrus, from which undent Egyptians, made a kind of pnper, is a strong, rccdlike sedge found Browing In the Nile valley. Search for a Hero By Thomas Hal Phillipt TUB STOHTi n«i enirrji the Nnvy In bf a heller hero i -Vorlh Afrit*, ifcrj i ofttrcr nnr>tri] Jo XVII met us at the gangway, grinning, and asked us into his quarters. "I know you two are surprised, but I had to have two ijjignalmen—this (s a headquarters ithip. Commander Carr is coming [aboard in a tew days and that imeans action somewhere. I liked |jr.ou two boys; you'll make fine (Sailors. You're both from the [South and 1 don't mind telling jou 'the best men on this ship are from [the South. I'n> a Yankee." his llaugh rolled out quietly, "Out I've jspent lots of time In the South— >I know what to expect from you .two. Mr. Belman and Mr. Pruitt ire Yankees— l.havc my differences with them, or rather they with .me. In fact, I sometimes consider ,'rnyself a Southerner. I'd likovyoit itwo to consider me as such." As ;hc lalked he constantly shifted his toward the door, as \t we f *ere plotting against all else •iround us. t "There's a battle going on right now on this ship, a battle inevitable because I'm the man with Ithe power, being the skipper—and .people resent power. 1 don't like !to use it, but I can use it ruthlessly when the need arises. I'm enlisting you two on my side." He went to the door. "I was about to have Captain's Mast—the quar- tirrnaster jumped ship last night. iVanl you two to attend." The quartermaster entered and stpou at attention, In dungarees; the captain took a paper from hi? V>louse and read with a stern voice, "Itayland, F A., quartermaster .second-class, step forward." i Rayland moved forward. jU^jte U>ji attended: yea ue pre- sented with the following charge —absent without leave from approximately 1715 to 2345, 10th January 1943. Guilty or not guilty? Plead." "Guilty, sir." "You ^ e aware of th« severity of such action in i tim t O f war and in a baltlp zone? And the severity of penalliei attached thereto?" "Yessir.- "Have you any mitigating circumstances?" "I'm not sure 1 know what mitigating means, sir." • • "pHE captain laid the paper on his bunk. "It means reasons reasons.** "1 was supposed to have liberty " "You were not!" "I waj so!" "You'-e section three. Section one had liberty yesterday." ' "I know. that. But I didn't get my liberty Moi.tay. and ir I don't get my 11 , r tj I'll be section eight." "That's not funny." "I worked o. tnose charts Monday Mr. Pruitt said the charts had to be flnishec, and 1 could have. ... "What are you doing right now?" "Copying the log." ' ' "Go back and get at It, and don't you eat or sleep until it's done." Raylnnd's lace was immobile. In the doorway he turned to put on his hat and say, 'Vye. aye sir " "You sec what I mean?" the captain said to us. "Too many (orces on this ship are working against me. Let's go, and I'll assign your bunks." There were five or six empty bunks scattered about the hold. He pointed to one and said: "This Is for you, Martin." He looked around as if trying to decide which of the oilicrs I should have. The little laugh rolled out of him while he grinned at me. "I'm going to put /ou aver bert a g ai nrt UM bulkhead, so you'll teel at home. The bunk below you u occupied by another Mississippian. You two share the same locker—eight and nine. Martin, you share the locker with 18. I'll tell Davt you'rt aboard." He left. "Don't .take it so hard," I »atd to Bert "But r expected to die gloriously under the sunny skies of Italy " "There's still a chance." "No. With this kind of luck, IT1 fall down a ladder and break my neck." We began to rtow our gear away. Dave appeared at the fop at the ladder, grinning. "Peep-eye 1 " Bert threw « shoe »t him. "Jf you had anything to do with tlm I'll kill you.- Dave held both hands up. "ill swear I didn't know * thing UL two minutes ago." The klaxon sounded and the boatswain passed the word: "Muj- ter on the well deck." "Something's up," Dave said. "We never musler unless the ship'j on fire." '. TFfE took our place on deck and " waited for Ihe captain to appear. When he came out (Mr. Pruitl on his right and Mr. Belman on his left) he was grinning. "Men. There will be no liberty today. All hands will stand by to lake on water and fuel." The boatswain, Allison Spruce raised his hand. "What's up. Caplain?" "We're leaving sometime tomorrow for Bonbo to pick up a load of mail—mostly Christmas packages." "We always gel.the dirty work Christmas is over. I'll beH you asked for it." "I did volunteer." "You're always playing the role of Isaiah." The caplain laughed. "Spruce wants us to know he's been to Sunday school." "Did you ever go, skipper?" Archie Rayland said. "I used to teach a Sunday school clnfs." "You ought to pray us out of this trip. If the .terries put an egg down our stack, my folks would have lo say, 'Archie got killed going after Christmas nrcs- e>n1<; ' " * IX* Horn* Grown Hi-Bred Half and Half Cotton Seed $10 Per Hundred Clyde Williams Route 3 . Lexington, Tenn. 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