The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1953 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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OUJTidARPING HOUSi ~ wirii Ma|o, Hoo»U . .._ OFF A . POUtJDS y/MfiNttt'DieT AMD Television- Ton ire. Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 5 FRIDAY NIGHT, JANTJAUV 18 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News 6:30 Those Two 6:45 Neves Caravan • 7:00 Dennis Day 7:30 Life ofRlley 8:00 Big story 8:30 Hopalong Cassirtv 9:00 Cavalcade or Spirts 9:45 Greatest Fights 10:00 Film Featurette J D:30 News 0:40 March o! Time •. vl:lo Weather 11:15 Names,the Same 11:45 Film Featurette 12:15 News 12:25 Sign Off ,- SATURDAY, JAfOMRY 17 a:55 News 6:05 Morning Meditation s« sr,sf storics 10:00 Pride of the South 10:30 Smilin' Ed ,' . 11:00 Big Top 12:00 Cowboy "Q-Man 12:30 Super Circus -: .1:30 Quiz 'Em On The Air 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 1:00 8:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 10:40 10:45 11:45 12:15 12:20 Big Picture Central Band Dnte With Judy TV Teen Club Altirlch Family K-F-O This Is The Life Strike It Rich Juniper Junction My Hero All star Revue Show of Shows Abbott & Costcllo Ctaie & Harriet News Weather Jackie Gleason Balance Your Budget News Sign Off couargn OUT OUR WAY PAGE NINE FMCKLB AND HIS FRIENDS ° U is h? "«"" ^"^ " g°°<» ^a.f hour about —is he getting ready to pop the question?" A rescue airplane can parachut lifeboat near wreck survivor struggling In the water below an then guide it by radio control un errmgly to them. When boarde oy those rescued, control an steer ing can be taken over b hose aboard. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices <irby Drug Stores Meat Curing . ... Processing For Home Freezers LOCKERS FOR RENT BLAYLOCK'S Baby Chicks _ Custom Hatching _ Wholesale Eggs "^B, NO. Blythevjlle ' FUEL OIL U.POETZOILCO. . "/ Sett Tkat Staff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant-Promised Land _ • Search for a Hero •y Thomas Hal Phjfljp, •» i uutBAKER- WHY TAKE, i CHANGES? rtDIY/CAk.rrv'v^*... b«ti c you arc O => I- SPECIAL? 1947 CHEVROLET 2-Door Styleline with Radio, Heater, Seat Covers, New I'aint and motor completely overhauled. $ 645 * < CQ ill O 1949 STUDEBAKKR 1049 CHEVROLET 'i/ 2 '-' Ton,'"" 19-19 DODGE' i V,'-Ton 8.25' Tires 1951 STUDEBAKER y 2 . Ton Pickup $QQf- 1951 STUBEBAKBR id-Ton Stake'Body' $QQJ- 1950 STUDEBAKEK'i/ 2 '-Ton'i>lckup'' ?«Q|J Ton Pickup 57QC $ 795 $ 795 1 947 CHEVROLET 1 H-Ton StakeBody' $jjr CHAMBLIN SALES Co. "Your Friendly Sludebaker Dealer" Phone 6888 2 Big Lofs at Ash & Railroad Open Saturday Nile Til'9 H. C. DAVIS, Sales Mgr.' SALESMEN sTu D E: FAK'E'R' xvirt o'clock that night the shi was very quiet, like a school Ihouse a few minutes after the las tell has rung. I was too ti| . cd •wonder what might be going on [if anything, and so x w t t * Ibunk. Bert was already in hi Ibtinlf, reading a magazine. A doze .other crew members moved quiet fly about the hold or cl se rested i iheir bunks. Hardly a word wa massed. -But I noticed that every itwo or three minutes somcbod, .wouM leave, always one at a time i^jnnliy only Bert and I remained ,u , i?Card's mate came down •the ladder; he did not seem surprised to find only two of us He appeared to be tall, but actuan, he was not very tall. I had heard the crew call him Kenny; later , Kenny He' smile" 3 ™ S D °" which Negroes have of smim?/, all of himself but also a time°be. ore his time "Which one of you •Is from Mississippi?" * "I am," I said. "The captain said one of you as from Mississippi. wii. Corinth. °' d . shilo h. Near •Where do you live?" "Oxford. My daddy works at Khc university." Bert looked up from his maga- •me. "Teach there?" • Kenny laughed. "N o , he's in charge of (he stadium. Vou know — paints the seals anti marks 'em nnd numbers 'em. And keeps the Brass. I used to hep some." 1 pointed to the bunk below me "This. your bunk?" He nodded, and remained beside the lockers, as if he must sotne- is everybody?" I said . "What about?" he'd c; marl al gonna steal his false^eeth °H never xvcars 'em at night » • • • ' * JT was not yet daylight when th, •d and ral th Q " arle ^ a ' arm sol ' nd .a and the word was yelled "Where rlo we go?" I asked Bert or we had not yet been assig a station. He shrugged and wo hurried on to the main deck r be^n "^ ^ W ° had "*' Vc )een a<Leiannr1 (.»__ ... _ J*.* M ,h r to ~«j ~ ""'"'' W ' 3S Passed: "All ands secure from battle station nd j"uster on the well deck " rnTed" ihc M T^" ""^ ' werc m: Men, I've tried"to' be^'rTico o each and every one of you 01 »s ship. I've Eluck m k " or you when 1 didn't have to- vc stretched a point and given ome of you ratings ahead of time" ve cut watches to a minimum; nd now, you've bit the hand that :d you. I'd like to think this | -i u hWrrw&? 1 ^ V teeth will step forward novy kc a man, we'll all say it's a «'e 30ke and let it go at that i take a Joke as well as the fellow, but I need-my teeth "> going to give you one minute- 1 ask Mr. Belman lo lime you " . I m sorry, Captain. My watch oesn't have a second hand." ' W , hosvc walc h has a second and? You, Archie?" "Yessir." "Mark the time." "Mark! One minute, S \ T The captain walked 'do line and back the other, ooki sach man in the face. Final], he lurned and stood at attention «1 cant believe this would happen to IT , J n ght! The Power's in m » hands. Be it understood by each partTn C 7hi 0ne r. 0ty0 " lhathada part in this: I'm going to irrind you to your knees 8 The caS of a ship has absolute and supreme •"«" ' The captafn bowed his head, not ? d £ x'i ^ U V n medila tion, like Brolher Molock, waiting for some"end, C ° mC '° <he ««-n.er% The captain threw his heart And' 'T- /'""•«• Takeamusfer °" Wh Mr. Prulll stepped forward, tall, lerl, like a center waiting for thp oss of the basketball. "clnUfn T on't think tfial's legal" ' "\Vhy?" This is a muster, no t a court » » • • [?HE caplain moved his head in , ?.w n , ' Clr = le ' taki "g in all of . Well, you're mad at me; that's .You're mad because you didn't t y ' £ nd bcc ' 1 "sc we're gong to Bonbo. I'll bargain with o». Oivememyteethba"k,*nd II promise you we won't 20 tn onto. I'll tell the Commar^ vhich 'I, & 8 ,° l u° ne Aerator, vhich is the truth. r m playing i'th^eV' 011 ' now 3 " ni p^y Sf We could hear reveille beln* oundcd on other LCI's near u/ nrf a voice: -You deadheads g e { ™°.X c ° n - Even old man Yoscf nd his hands are up ovcr there " The caplam raised his hand; hij it was clenched. "That's all I ow to take you ln t o the most angerous waters you've ever been rough, and sooner or later I'll ™h you, I'll break you, ril grin, iu to your knees." (To fie C«nliaue4) Home Grown Hi-|red Half and Half Cotton Seed $10 Per Hundred Clyde Williams Route 3 / Lexington, T«nn. DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Horn: t a.m. to JO with OtliTerj lo 1 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 22! 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