The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 23, 1966 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 23, 1966
Page 8
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"'"•" Page Eight - Blyth«vin« (Art.) Courtef Ktwi - Tuwday. Auguit 9,11* OUR HOARDING HOUSE — With Major HoopU OUT OUR WAY •y I. It William. 3UST AS I SUSPECVEO, 3AK6'4 PAINTIN6, 15 WORTH MORE THAN *15 *~ t LEONARDO AKgV 16 NOTHING BUT A COMMON! CHS AT.' I'D BETTER WARN JAKE ' OM TO& OTHER HAMD, 3AK& DOES NEED A LESSOrJ.' AT TIMES ' HE'* LE'SS THAN FORTHRIGHT HIMSELF.' [JUT WHY LET LEONARDO \ «AK& TH6 PROFIT ? I CAM•euVfH6PKTUR& I PROM C5AK& AMD KEEP TH6MOH6YIN TW& FAMILY.' AMD HE'LL 6&T 3UST A9 SOODA SAY, THIS IS FIW6-VWONRBBFOL/ K OH, I AM--I MEAN J DIDM'T REALIZE VOU'PMAPE 7 I WA» AMP SAVEP THAT MUCH MOME/ THIS SUMMER.' WHV THERE'S APAIROFSHOES.AWPSOME OTHER CLOTHES FOR SCHOOL.' VOLJ SHOULC" BE PEOUP-OF ' BORM THIRTY YEAR5 TOO SOOW .,.,,,», ,_.TM..,.»".,..II AMV QUESTIONS MEM, BEFORE WESccur FbR. FOOD? DID DANIEL BOpHE CARRY A FAIR OP TWEEZERS IW -iTHEWOODS? > 555*59*1 ¥IEM WHAT DIP HE DO IM CASE OP . EMERQEMCy WHAT KINO OP EMS? OENCy I SAT ON A ROCK: THAT TURNED oar TO BEA PORCUPINE; ui IM III BE THE WORLD'S FIPST WATER THE TRICK IS TO BE OM THe Al£ftT FOR THOSE AHi» RIPPLES/ Television—T6rtight, Tomorrow—WREC Channel 3, WMCT Channel 5 and WHBQ Channel 13 ffRK-? Channel 3 Tuee. Aug. 23 8:00 Amos TT ajiay 6:30 Daktarl 7:30 The Hippodrome 8::30 Petticoat Junct. 9:00 CSS News Spec. 9:30 Focus on Merp. 10:00 Ten Q'Ciock News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Late Movla 11:55 News & Weather 12:00 Slan Crrt Wed., Aug. 24 8:43 &DOTB ciotioa 7:00 Good mom. Hem 7:50 CBS News 8:15 Cant Kankeroo 9:00 I Love Lucy 9:30 Real McCoys 10:00 Anay or Mavb*rry 10:30 Dick Van Dyke 11:00 Love of LIT* 11:25 CBS Newa 11:30 Search f or Tom 11:45 Guiding Ugh' 12:00 December Brtd* 12:30 AS tut World T 1:00 P£ttword 1:30 Hou&eparty 2:00 To Tell th» T. 2:25 News 2:20 Edge of Nlg&t 3:iin Secret Storm 3:30 Early Movie 5:00 WREC-TV Hsw8 5:25 Weatner 5:30 waner crousite e:(n, A.mnB n Andy 6:30 Lost In Space 7:30 Bev. HtllbilllM 8:00 Green Acres 8:30 Dick Van Uyw 9:00 John Gary Show iO:00 Ten O'cioct NCWI 10:10'weatnef 10:20 Late Movie 11:55 News & Wwtt 13:00 pig** (Jtt WMCT—Channel S Tues., Aug. 23 6:00 NOWB nepon 6:10 Trt State Rtjport 6:15 Weattier Report 6:20 Sports Report 6:25 Camera .' «ept 8:30 My Moth,, tne Car 7:00 PI. Don't Eat. D. 7:30 Klldare 8:00 Tue. Hlte W"Tie 10:00 News 10:15 Norm Br«w*r 10:2u Toaay m aports 10:25 Wflatnw 10:Sa x'onignt enow 12:05 TV Chanel Wed., Aug. 24 7:00 Toaay 7:25 Today IB Uld-S. 7:30 Today 8:35 Today With Peg , 8:30 Today | 9:00 Eye Guess 9:25 NBC News Bpt. 9:50 uancentratiua 10:00 Chain Letter 10:30 Showdown 11:00 Jeopardy 11:30 Swinging Coun. 11:35 Mltfdn" •?.**** 12:00 Looney Zloo 12:30 Let's Make A DeaJ 12:55 NBO News 1:00 uays or our Uree 1:30 Doctors 2:00 Another World 2:30 YOU Don't say 3:00 Route t>6 4:0u Mine Douglas 5:30 Huntiev-unntley fi:OD rfewa «eport 6:10 Tn-Btate Beport 6:15 Weather Report 6:20 Sports Report 6:25 Camera Report 6:30 The Virginian 8:00 Boh Hope Thea. 0:00 I Spy 10:00 Ten o-ctocs new* 10:15 Norm Brewer 10:20 Toda? In Sports 10:25 Weatnei 10:3U Tonigdt enow 12:00 News 12:05 TV Chapel WHBQ—Channel 13 Tues., Aug. 23 6:30 Comuat 7:30 McHale's Navy 8:00 P Troop 8:30 Pevton Place 9:00 Tne FUBIUT* 10:00 Mldsoutn Newt. 10:15 Moving Weatnei 10:20 Late Show Wed., Aug. 24 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9:00 Town & Country 9:30 Where Action Ifl 10:00 Superanit. Sweep 10:30 Dating Game 11:00 Dotna Reed 11:30 Katner Knows B. 12:00 Ben Case? 1:00 Newly wed Gam* 1:30 A Time For us 1:55 News 2:00 General HOBDIOJ 2:30 The Nurses 3:OU mnnouee 4:30 Adventure Time 5:00 N»I>» 5:10 WeatTiM- 5:15 News 5:3u Mavenc* 6:30 Batman 7:00 Patty Duk« 7:30 Blue Llent 8:00 Wed. Nile Movie 10:20 Late Show 10:15 Moving Weather TIZZY ty Kolt Oiaim So «*»••••< 1«S tr HH,!«. TM. I» BK M. 8-23 SLMUUULM8JL& •1 know why Father thinks time passes so quickly—he doesn't have to wait from week to week for his allowance!" 1 wonder if I could have a doggie bag?" J NOBODY'S THNKINGARDUNDHERETHIS CORNING/ THIS I5THETENTH FINAL.T1ME »....AND SUDDENLY ™ERE IVEHADTOUNLOCKTHETRUNK/ • WENTANOTHEK SUMMEK^ IT'S SURE) x^ 1 IT'S *-S LOUR /(SUPPOSED) BOTTS/ / S TO BE, -X - -—5 C, LOUD!/ 'jtUJSti '" &» IT'S A AY AND VERY HAWAIIAN UAUTHENTC RAIN " EVEN! TO THE POT AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW •^ ,*«--" 4S MeSI/ffQ* e \M t, KM. IK m >- us. r.r. M. Warehouse For Rent Office Available Phone PO 3-0431 SEAT COVER SALE 420 Sets For Only $12.50 to $30 INSTALLED CLEAR PLASTIC Seat Covers — 58 Sets $20 Inst. GILBERTS 600 E. Main — PO 3-6742 CA$H 'WHILE YOU ~~" 'RECOVER AT HOME. Mutual of Omaha income protection keeps paying you cash even after you leave the hospital, until you can work again. Vital protection for the breadwinner. Call or write — FRANK KING SPECIAL AGENT TO 3-1553 — I'O BOX 866 BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. REPRESENTING ! : .JYtlU(((l [""••' V OF OMAHA" MUTUAL OF OMAHA INSURANCE COMPANY Life ln«ur.incr AfflllaHi United of Omnha Romo Office: Omaha, Nebraska Airplane Spraying ** •.*•• 2-Way Radio - Better Customer Service Gene Hood Flying Service DEPENDABLE — EXPERIENCED — INSURED Blythoville — Phone PO 3-3410, PO 3-4242 Manila — Phone 561-4532 Fuller Brush Dealer Phone PO 3-1766 2008 W. Chickasawba St. HERMON JONES BDSINESft MEN'S ASSURANCE C». 1490 Onion An Pbone 374-4400 U«mphU t, TennMiM O»ll lor Pret consultation Insurance for tatat« Plnnnirjit Kcj Man, '»rtner«hlp an Or,r. pnrntlon. Ornup, PenMon, Rfitir*. mnnt and Rnftpltallaitlon Buel! W. Carter, MFA Agent 607 N. 6th Next Door to Dixie Pig Phone PO 3-3361 ENROLL NOW FOR FALL CLASSES Blytheville Business College Farmer's Bank BIdg. 400 E. Main PO 3-7496 Approved by State Dept. of Education Approved for Veteran's Training Day Classes Begin Sept. 12 Mon. - Fri. 8:40 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. COURSES OFFERED General Clerical — Junior Accounting Secretarial — Stenographic Free Bulletins Sent on Request P.O. Box 503 Night Classes Also Available m I'LLGOOVEB. ^Nopwy RJCA^CTV AHDeEB. WHAT HE THINfcSS. OtQ£ <A\ALU 9 SOMEONE / OH, eA5Y,..M\ I SLAP TO 566 IN THE { VOU! BUT VOLI SHOULDN'T HAVE VILLAGE \TROU8LEP TO COMS 50 FABl SAID HE 5SW THAT5 TH' NAZI PIAME AWRISHT, MATIE51 NOW TO OleWTOITAN'STARr DOWN WITH TK' 5WA8! I WAMT TO HELP,,.IF VOU \ TO RECOVER HIS WILL CONFIPE IN MES WH/ 1 PAPERS FROM PIP YOU RUSH HERE AFTER/ PAWSONI..THEU YOUR FATHER'S VISIT?/ HELP POLICE <3ET SACK THAT STOLEN ART TREASURE. LOOK, PAW50N5 — a DSi I, UFA, !„. Til. 1,,. (jj. la .-%, VOU MEAN VDLJ HAVEN'T SOLD ANYTHINS SINCE OOP GOT THROWN POKEY' IM HOW COULD I? WHEN I PRICE SUMPIM, THOSE 1WO UP AN'SELL IT FOR LESS,' EX3ES OOP KNOW ABOUT THIS? I DON'T THINK SO... WHY, / YES...I YTHINk HE/BETTER OUGHTA? I TELL HIM.' SOUND8 LIKE SOMEONE JUST BEAT YOU TO IT,' vnn-uJii^ 1)»ti Geiui-. 8 03 ft 1964 by MIA,' HOWAEEVOU toMiNis ALOMS WITH YOLK m? yzetxi IONUV HAVE FIVE MORE POUNDS TO LOSE. IM SONNA LOCK MVSELF IN THE ROYAL BAKERY FOR A SOLID WEEK/ ITOUOA A FULL. 2 OF TOOTH- PAiTE'P STREKH TO THE FSClJT POO?!

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