The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1953 · Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, -JAN. (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS OUR WARDING HOUSE — wiHi Motor Hoo.U (5A , BUT REMND A\E seen* HAVE ouLuao *y STAMINA.'-"- Kie-JER BCFORZS HAVE I BfiEM FELieD 6V A LIGKT BLCKrJ IM A EITHER .'-.- /WBELF LITTLE 6PARRIMS /MATCH/ BE FRAMK. OLD CHAP AkrV.I A TRIFLE-^ Tele vis ion- Ton iie. Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis. Channel WEDNESDAY NIGHT, MN. 21 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News . 8:30 Those Two 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 I Married Joan 7:30 Your TV Theatre 8:00 TV Theatre B:00 Boxing ' 9:45 Washington Spotlight 10:00 Showcase 10:30 News ,. 10:40 Weather 10:« Rocky King 11:15 I've Qot A Secret - Jjl:45 News iSg'M Sign Off * THURSDAY, JANUARY 22 7:00 Today 7:25 News ' 7:30 Today ' 7:55 Mews 8: Mi Today 8:25 News 8:30 Today 8'55 News 8:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 TV Shopper 10:00 Ask Washington 10:30 Strike it Rich.- 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:00 12:15 12:30• 1:00 1:15 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 4:00 4:15 4:30 5:00 5:15 5:20 5:25 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 10:35 11:35 11:40 11:55 12:05 Storyland Love of Life Search for Tomorrow Morning Meditation 1 News Farm New* Oarry Moore Guiding Light Althur Godfrey Homemake'rs Program Ble Payoff Welcome Traveler Kate Smith Hawkins Pnlls Gabby Hayei Howdy Dooriy Berl Olswanger Ne»-i Sports Weather Wild Bill HJckok Evening Serenade ' News Dinah Shore News Caravan Groucho Marx The Unexpected Dragnet Theatre Martin Kane Godfrey My Little Margie News Boxing Weather Film Featurette News Slsn OH "I hope rocket ships are perfected for planet trips pretty soon—a driver like you could sure use that space!" 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Robertson • K STUDEBAKE Search for a Hero By Thomas Hal Phillips [THE STORY: Don Meadows. 19, enters Ihe.Nar.v In the early day, at the war, resolving Inwardly to be a better hero than hi) two brothers. William ,nd Wallace, who «re fooebalt s (ara In (ollere In North Africa, they are a M l,n e d M> a LCI command bj- an offt- lous offfcer named Joseph Taylor nd known to hli crevr as Yo«" the Tailor. '' . ' - XVII .Yosef met us at the gangway gtlnnlng, and asked us Into his qu . ar !f t !'* know you two are surprised, but T had (o have two slg- "l, „ ~ thls ls » headquarters ship. Commander Carr is coming aboard fn a few days and thai means action somewhere. 11 1 like.' you two boys; „,„•„ make (| ^ sailors. You re both from the South apd T don't mind telling you the ^' me " on lh ! s ship are from the South. Im a Yankee." his laiiRh rolled out nuiedy, "but rve sp ™ t bis of time In the South - I know what to expect from you two. Mr Belman ami Mr. Pniitt are Yankees' — r have my differences with them, or rather they.with me. In fact I «Jmeflmcs consider myself a Southerner. Id like y ou two to consider T ",? S1 ! Ch " As he '«»«<> he constantly shifted his eyes toward the door ss If we were plotting against all else around us. ;."There's a battle going on rieht now on this ship, a battle Inevitable because I'm the man with the power, being the skipper — and people resent power. I don't llkp t« use If. but I can use it r.'th! !ej«lv when the need arises I'm fisting vou two on my side." He -^|nt to the door. "I was about to iiiye Captains Mast — the ouar termaster jumped ship last night I ;^anl you two to attend." •The quartermaster entered and stood at attention, In dungarees{he captain took a pnper from his ..i™ i , e .L nd " ad ; vlth a s( «" voice. " . dass, «tep forward. Raylanrt moved forward. "Be trlls attended: you sre presented with the following charge — absent without leave from approximately 1715 to 2345, 10th ^January 1913. Guilty or not guilty? Plead." "Guilty, sir." "You are aware of the severity of such action In a time of war and In a battle zone? And t!) severity of penalties attached there "Yessir." "Have you any mitigating circumstances?" "I'm not sure I know what mitigating means, sir." • • The captain laid the paper on his bunk. "It means reasons, reasons' 'I was supposed to have libertv 'You were, not!" "I was.so!" "You're section three. Section one had liberty yesterday. 1 "I know that. But I didn't Bet my liberty Monday, and if i don't get my liberty I'll be section eight." "That's not funny." "I worked on thoM charts Monh^' i wi i, p ^" i , tt u sald lhe charts had to be finished, and I could nave . , " "What are you doing, right now?" Copying the log." "Go back and get at it. and drm't you eat or sleep until it's done." Rayland's face was Immobile In the doorway he turned to nut on his hat and sny. "Aye, aye. sir " "You see what I hiean?"-the can tain said to irs. "Too many forces ""c Let' *" 1 *'? rkln(t a S"!nst There were five or six emntv bunks scattered about the hold He nointed to one and Mid: "This Is for you. Martin." He looked around as If trying to decide which of the others I should have. The little ."'•'-„„ r °" Ct1 m ", ° f hlm Whl1e h " you over here agaliut the bulkhead, so you'll feel at home. The bunk below you is occupied by another M.ss.sslpplan. You two ahare the same locker - eight and nine Mart n. you share the locker with 18 111 tell Dave you're aboard." He left Don't take it so hard," I said to Bert. , ''But I expected to die.gloriously under the sunny skies of Italy " "There's still a chance " fai'| N ° 7 Hh thls Wnd ° r >«<*. I'll We begun to stow O ur gear away Dave appeared at the ton of the lander, cnnning. "Peep-eye!" vou'h ll ' reW " Sh ° e at ^ lm ' " If Dave held both hands tip. "m swear T didn't know a thing till • two minutes ago." . | The klaxon sounded a,,d the boatswain passed the word: "Mis ter on the well deck." "Something's up." Dave said "We never muster unless the ship's on f Wh , i ° C8rtaln fo »"P«r- When he came out .Mr. Prultt on - - "Men Ther» I be no liberty today. All hanri- w,t, standby to take on walerand' H M 0 "^*'" 1 "' Alli!on Spruce am?" "' " What ' s "B. Cap"We're leaving sometime tomor h, *n r B °' >b0 l ° plck "P ^" n cs"" ~ C1 "istmas pack- set the dirty work ed toT" iS ° Ver ' r " het J '° u " sk "I did volunteer." f'Tsa"a r h""' Wa " Pli>ylng the role The captain laughed. '"Spruce wants us to know he's been to Sunday school." ° 'p 5 ?" f nr 8 °' SIti PP«?" Ar- Rayland said. 5ch001 h, , pray us out of th >" . If the Jerries put an egg down our slack, my folks would have to «v 'Archie got killed going atter 'nr^^ "~ — '""nts, 1 " ^ (to Be Continue*} >AQE ELEVEN FRICKLIJ AND HIS FKIENDS wnurs so AWFI n ABOUT THAT? JI&T LITTLE MONK 6 y WHV, 1 WA& ALMO& SCHOOL/THIS 15 i WOULDN'T CARS WERE &OIN<3 TO HAVE THE LAUwpfcy MAU THIW»<:iW« A PAMILV or Benefit by Reading and Using Ad* ... AND THE MAN ZEACH1N6 HIS _ WHEN t>S PUT IT AWAY IT WAS BO1UNQ- QUITE BR\SKL.Y! WON'T, DEAR... 1 PUT WE'VE LOOKR7 JM THIS SHE'LL KECM.L,*: WTO HE* OlD ROmJiif.. SUCH SKJU BECOMES AsUTOMMIC,,.! ROUST IF IT!* ftFFECTEP By f-WESIAv- CANT RE1AEM BER DOW IT BEF0KE! SEcowe CissaawED IW HER WHO WITH THOUGHTS WHICH _WltL COME SACK IU HER WHEN 5HE REACHES POIWT1 I GET ON ZE OrHEK. TKAR TO TRY ZE 5Tt».T* WHICH RBQlllW A CA.TCHEP.'. NOBODY KlNlOWS ENOUGH ABOUT THE TIME- MACHINE BRIhXS HIM BACK. 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