The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 23, 1954 · Page 9
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MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS OUR BOARDING HOUSE ~ with Major Hooplt ^HE'5 WAS/vOT I OU6WTA POT A ^^ AMD THS j^f PERCKECt?Ni Irt THE B(?AK55 60T 40 &&kC<5cfX TO HELfC THE WILL IP IT B LUCK JfDTONlT C£ACK UP UNDER TVA& . l«|KV >>lfe,, I OUT OUR WAY By J. It Williams _ _ : THIS CM HER MOVIE FILM- IT'£> A KfcJOCKCOUT/ ™ OUP STUFF/ ITHIMK: THEY'D CREATE A NEW INTEREST JW MCVIE5, )F THEV'P TAKE PICTURES OF THE PICTURE TWELVE AMD A HALF FISH FOR. X-RAYS. AND SAN!DA6IM<5/ I'M RlOWr BACK / 1. STARTED/ WELL, MOW THAT - IS A , COINCIDENCE/ TMATS OKAY, MOBBS- ICANTWAir TO SPEND THIS OVEK-— CABBA6E / LOADED MADE TWELVE HALF BU 5ITFIN6 , THANIC. 6MOU6H FOR.MIMD- LITTLE HORATIO WERE AWAY/ LAED MCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13TtlevUion — Tonight Tomorrow — W WMCT Channel 5 10:00 Monday Night, Aug. 23 10:30 6:00 Droodles 11:00 6:30 Voice of Firestone 11:15 7:00 Edward Arnold 11:30 Show 12:15 7:30 Robert Montgomery 12:30 8:30 Badge 714 1:00 9:00 The Duke 1:15 9:30 News 1:30 9:45 Clete Roberts 1:45 10:00 Wrestling 10:30 Mews 2:00 10:40 Weather 2:15 10:45 Adventure 2:30 11:00 Film Feature 3:00 11 -.il Sign Off 3:30 Tuesday. August 24 4:00 5:50 Meditation " 4:15 ' 6:00 Today 4:30 6:25 News 4:45 6:30 Today 5:00 6:55 New s 5:15 7:00 Today 5:30 7:25 News 7:30 Today 5:45 7:55 News 6:00 8:00 Ding Dong School 6:30 8:30 A Time to Live 8:45 3 Steps to Heaven 7:00 9:00 Home Show 8:00 The Bob Smith Show Shopping at Home Storylaud Photoquiz News Farm News Channel Five Club One Man's Family Golden Windows First Love Concerning Miss Marlowe Hawkins Falls Bride <fc Groom Betty White Show Pinky Lee Show Howdy Doody Berl Olswanger Armchair Adventure Top Tunes Captain Video Slim Rhodes Interesting Person World of Mr. Sweeney News Caravan Arthur Murray Midwestern Hayride Summer Playhouse Truth or 8:30 9:00 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:30 10:40 10:45 11:00 11:45 Consequence* Bilf Baker Mr. District Attorney News Clete Kbberts To be announced News Weather Adventure Film Feature Sign Off WHBQ Channel IS Monday Night, Aug. 23 6:00 Burns and Allen 6:30 Talent Scouts 7:00 Public Defender 7:30 Traveltime 8:00 Summer Theatre 9:00 Liberate 9:30 Encore Theatre 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Late Show Tuesday, August 24 6:00 News 7:55 News 8:06 Gary Moore 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Strike it Rich 10:00 Valiant Lady 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Guiding Light 11:00 Kitchen Magic 11:25 News 11:30 Welcome Traveler 12:00 Robert Q. Lewis 12:30 House Party 1-00 Big Payoff 1:30 Lady of the House 1:45 Bob Crosby 2:00 Brighter Day 2:15 Secret Storm 2:30 On Your Account 3:00 Portia Faces Life 3:15 Early Show 4:30 .Western Theatre 5:00 Mars Patrol 5:30 News 5:45 Summer Holiday 6:00 Flash Gordon 6:30 Made in U.S.A. 7:00 Meet Millie 7:30 Center Stags 8:30 Blue Angel 9:00 Danger 9:30 Danny Thomas 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Late Show TRUSSES EXPERTLY 1 FITTED IF Price KIRBY DRUGSTORES Blytheville's Only Exclusive Children's Shop 110 Soutb Second Street EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2015 Know The Law! You can ftave a tree copy of the Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Law for the mere asking. CalJ or see "Dee 1 ' at the United tnur- ance Agency 111 W. Main Phone 3-6812 Blytheville. Paint Closeout M«>? Type* wi C*I*n i Price Hubbard Hardware DELICIOUSLY SEASONED WITH OUR CHILI AND CHOPPED ONIONS TAKE HOME SACK—6 FOR $1 KREAM KASTLE DRIVE IN iCopyrtf ht >9S4 by futni Grater. Dhrritiirtnl bj N£A Soviet, Inc. By Frank Gruber THE STORY: Snsrc City In • wide-open trail town in Knnsa» in l$77. r.nke nrillcr rnns a little I>i»l>er fip: 5l t'np to mnkc it n dc- crnr place to Hvc. Then We* T n «c red. nlfn.i John Rnllcy. points to tOAvri nnd c<*t« n toh n« n printer. VTfHor t?< flarhtinjs -In- cob Fnjrarer. vrho own* most of the tOTrn xinrt ivho f.« .striving to kcrp it a wldc-opfn t>1nc*> •whcr* cotvhoy.ii impend t h f i r n»on<»y. MMTfr <Jo«-.tTi ? t knovr th.it th^ mild-mnTXTK-rpd printer "nnllr**' .••hot and kiT'fd the ontlnvr Snm Older njid a short time before fof'-d n «itR'-e«»oneh robbery at Turkey Cre'' 1 '. VI 7? 7 !"GG'^ T? went to Abilene and •*• for S500 bought a auarter interest in a small sfore. A v ear later he was the sole owner nf tb.p store in Ab'lene and since the railroad had eone on another hundred miles to the west. Fue- per established a new store at the .terminus. Five years and five stores l?ter. Fu"«rer arrived in Saete Cit.v. This was the closest it would ever come to Texas and here. Fus?er d^rided. would be his last stand. Evenhiallv. someone would build a ra ; iroad down into Texas, but bv that time Fug?er would not care. Hea\*v feet clomned un the stn'Vs to the no'rch over the rear of the big store where Fusser did his bookk^eninc. The huge head of Bill Bleek aoneared. «V" Meter's here." Bleek said •horlly. "Sond him up There'll be some ^thers. too." Bill Bleek stomped down the stairs and after a moment Van Meter came up. He was about 40 a smooth-looking man in Prince Mberi and well-brushed derby "What's it about?" "Hong Kong Smith's arriving in town tomorrow." Van Meter nodded. "T thought he was due. His trail herd arrived yesterday." "The money might as well stay h*re, but it woo't if Luke Miller has much more to say. Smith would take his herds elsewhere," Fugger said. A step sounded on the steps eading up to the veranda and Fugger made a small gesture to the banker. The broad, placid 'ace of Morgan Holt, the hardware man. appeared. "Evening, Jacob," he said. "Thanks for stopping by. Morgan." More steps creaked on the stairs and two men came up, 3 ackard. the owner of the Boston Store, and McCoy, who owned the biggest saloon in Sage City. Close on their heels came a pudgy man of about 50. who wore a floppy black hat. a soiled white shirt and a long string tie. This was Judge Olsen. then rolled out the ball. "I called you here to talk about Luke Miller." "That's what 1 thought it would be about." remarked Packard. Fugger regarded Packard without pleasure "Perhaps shouldn't have asked you." Packard shrugged. 'T can leave " "And have you say we're al scheming behind your back? 1 Fugger snapped. "Stay. Ill say what I've got to say It's been a long winter and we've got a shor season ahead of us Four good months, maybe five We're businessmen tnd we've got to m the most of those months," "Amen!" exclaimed McCoy, the saloon man. "The point is." continued Fug ger. "what are we going to do about Luke Miller and his new* paper?" "I don't set that we can d anything," declared Packard "Luke's got a right to put out a newspaper." "I think." said Jacob Fugjter "we --an do without you." Packard drew a deep breath nd let it out heavily. 'T think ou can. But before I go, I want o 533 a few words.*' "You don't have to." "But I'm going to. I cam* to age City four years ago because was looking for a new town, where I could settle down with my family. I brought money to his town and I've made money icre. I've built a home and for five months of the year my wife s afraid to step out of the house and I can't let my children on he street for fear of a wild cowboy riding or shooting them down Sure, we've made money rom the Texas men. but we could have made it without them. The land that the cattle trample with their hoofs is the finest arming land in the state. Farmers have come in and more would come if they could settle down n peace The future of this area s not with the cattle drovers, out with farmers." Packard stepped to the stairs and descended them. "And now." said Fugger, heav- ly. "we'll get on with the business. Judge, how much did you make on fine* last year?" Judge Olsen squirmed. "Barely enough to get by" "You made." said Fugger, "S6245 Most of that money came from the Texas men." 'The marshal and his men arrest them." "They're not going to arrest many this year." * * * 'THE judge showed great displeasure. "But my office is a fee office There's no salary connected with it." "We'll nave to make other arrangements. The marshal and hi* men can't arreit people for every trivial violation of the city ordinances. A man ha* a right to enjoy himself in our town. We'll let that word get around among the Texas men and we'll have more herds coming here than all the other trail towna put together." "And What about Luk« Miller?" put in McCoy, the saloon man. "He'i got to be taken care of. ^/ *;.-• T^^r^\ * t=«=^ 7 ^ %arT^ri ^ -;• ! f '••'• v ---. S ^ - ^H*L -i' ^^^ *" ^* '^X^-'?. v ^^/ l «r Cspr, 195* S>y NtA S«r»>e*. Inc. T. M. *»t- U, 5. Ptt Off. "Now don't pout because you have to wear a coat at dinner —if you had your way I suppose we'd spend our vacation at a nudist camp I" FOR RADIO AND TV REPAIR Call 3-4596 Jimmy Gean, repairman • All work guaranteed • Prompt Service ROSE SALES CO. 521 S. 21st WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn Co. Bicycle Parts Complete Stock Parts & Accessories General Hardware And Appliance Co. 108 W Main Phone 3-4585 'rompl DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Hours: 8 a.m to 9 p.m. with Delivery to 7 p.n». WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main St. JOHNSON GRASS KILLER ;um Chk 12 Webb Culvert Tile Co Highway 61 at State Line Phone OSborne 3-8414 99% Pure Sodium Chlorate 700 Lib. $ Drum - Author/zed Frigidaire Service Household-Commercial and Air Conditioning Adams Appliance Co. Phone 2-2071 WILSON'S TV & RADIO SERVICE Our technicians ire experts in TV, Radio, Intercom Systems \nd Sound Equipment repairs. Service Calls In City $350 Phone 3-4237 Day or Night 114 8. First — Ingram Bldf. THE DtSECTtO SXCEfT FO£ SAXON... APPARENTLY. ...THEY DO" NOT KNOW HE IS UFE SAXOM I AN ESCAPED LUMATIC AND 6KOTHEK-IN-LAW OF R\i?v:!NS« THIS IS KNOWN »/ OF THE WSTTTUnON SAVON ESCAPED RJCM, 5UT FOK SELFISH REASONS H£ IS SPYING ON SKXON INSTEAD OF WFORMNS THE POLICE-. AJ?E ORDEeED OFF THE PeOPEJTTY OF WIDOWK JOHN HAJZKINS Btf AN iSNJ't THERE ANV OTHER WAY YOU KIDS CAN ENTERTAIN YOURSELVES? CAM VOU1I CAW 5HCW YOU SOA^£THI^J© THAT PIX ME / WILL KNOCK A <SUV£ EYE5 OUT AT A GUV NJAMEP FLINT-WITH A PEASHOOTER THAT WILL ^\ TOO MUCH PLUMK A 5LUS /N A THIMBLE AT I5OO FSET? THAT'S A EP, weA^EL. WHAT 6/VE5? F YOU WILL KNUCKLE I CAM'T ritUF FE5L- OWW AMD MAKt A 60 JAY I HE'D COUNTED Cr TH OM -SO MUCH.. TH15 / YOU'LL EARN A HXLP SHARE OF TH=-=5T.XJE. OWC& EXPRE&5EP IMTSREST IN A PIECE OF 3E&CH PROPERTY H£ OyJWED 1M THOU6HTFLJLLV LSFT IT TO ME, IAP.6HELSV; I5L^MD RETRE CARIBBEAN MUST BE TH' CONDITION OF MY 5TUMMICK.' IT PROgLY AFFECTED MY JUDGMENT/ I DON'T RECALL EVER BE1M' SO HUNGRY,.! MU5TA LOST TWENTY POUNDS NOW WHY DO LET THESE FOLKS ROPE ME INTO AGREEING TO MARRY^N' THIS BRUNNEHILDE BABE. EH? HEX/A GUYCOULP POWORSi ,OORV NOO »-,«. O 00^ 9QSV\\P^ VOO HWOt 1 ' V ' SO

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