SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 19IW BIYTHEVIW,E (ARK.) COURIER 'NEW8 PAGE MINI OUR BOARDINC HOUSI — with Major Hooil* OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* ORANPPARENTS RUIN v »L KIDS--TH6V LET THEM DO\ |> V OAUD NEVER » rV WOULD LET US DO A V THING.' J'P LET HIM GET OUT HIMSELF IP-,H'kCIDS WEREN'T IN THERE HI, MAJOR/ DUFFY TOLD MAO A 1 AIRSICKNESS jr^^ .. .IwHfiNliSfiT ^ FOK ^ e61(S ELEVATOR/M H16HER OFPA TH& LAD4TALKASIIv I WAS LEA^Itife T TO 66 6ECRETACT .VBP BANPITS HIPEOUT WHEN HE WAS A KIP. ANALEAlLAfOUWD WILL WASH AWAY YCOR TRAPPERS FINALLY 601 •too CA66D? THIS IS THE LAST DAY OF TWIRP SEASON,AMD- Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel 5 Saturday Night, Oct. 15 6:00 Perry Como Show 7:00 People Are Funny 730 Jimmy Durante 8:00 George Gobel Show 8:30 Hit Parade 9:00 City Detective 9:30 The Millionaire 10.00 Father Knows Best 10:30 The Vise 11:00 Burns & Allen 11:30 Mystery Theatre 12, 00 Sign Off Sunday October. 16. 1355 9:50 News & Meditation 10:00 The Christophers 10.30 This is the Life 11 on American Forum 11 30 CfUhoUc Hour J2:00 Amerlcjin Inventor!' 1 ;00 Dr Speck V.30 Zoo Paiacia 2:00 The Wide. Wide World 3:30 Gapinln Gnllaiu 4:00 Lon? John Silver 4 30 Roy Rogers 5:00 My Heru 5:30 Frontier 6:00 Variety Hour 7:00 Television Playhouse 8:00 Dounlns Fairbanks Presents 8:30 Science Fiction Theatre 9-00 Soldiers of Fortune 9:30 Highway Patrol 10:00 Paris Precinct 10:30 Climax 8:30 11:30 Sign Off 9:00 Monday October 17, 1955 6:50 Meditation 8:30 7:00 Today 9:45 7:2j News-Memphis Area 10:00 7:30 Today 10:30 7:55 Wrsuher-MemphiB Area 10:35 8:00 Dint; Dong School 11:00 8:30 Story land 11:30 9:00 Home Show 10:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford 10:30 Fenther Your Nest 11:00 Shopping at Home Sati 11:15 Homemakers Pro- g : oo gram g:30 11:45 Charm with Cathy 7 - 00 12:00 News 8:00 12:!3 Farm. News g : 30 12:30 TV Movie Mntlnee to'00 1:30 It Pays to be Married (0:05 2:00 A Dnte with Life 10:10 2:1.5 First Love 10'15 2:30 World of Mr. Sweeney 2:-15 Modern Romances 11:30 3:00 Pinky Lee 3:30 Howdy Doody 12:00 4:00 Movie Time 5:00 Cartoon Carnival 2:50 - 5:15 Interesting Person 2:55 5:22 Wrestling Interview 3:00 5:25 Weatherman 3:30 5:30 Tony Martin 4:00 5 45 News Caravan . 4:30 6:00 Producers' Showcase 5:00 "Cvrano de Ber- 5:30 gpriic" 7:30 Robert Montgomery 7:00 presents Boston BlaoKie Dangerous Assignment News Reporter BiR Playback Wrestling Weather A: News Headlines Tonight Mystery Theatre Sign Off WHBQ Channel 13 Saturday Night, Oct. 15 i:00 Dinner Theatre Oznrk Jubilee. Lawrence Welle Million Dollar Movie Topper Lea Paul and Mary Ford Weather Late; Show Sunday, Oct. 16 For Your Information Baltimore Colts- Chlcagn Bears Player of the Week Professor Pet Lassie Supfr Circus T.B.A. Rln Tin Tin Kit Carson Fnmous Film Festival Chance of A Lifetime 7:30 Life Begins At Eighty 8:00 Break The Bank 8:30 What's My Line 9.00 The Whistler 9:30 News 9:35 Weather 9:40 Les Paul and Mary Ford 9:45 Brickell Institute 10:15 Sunday Evening Theatre Monday, Oi-t. 17 8:45 News k Weather 9:00 Rornper Room 10:00 This Is Hollywood 11:30 SHI Erwln 12:00 News 12:05 Lunchtime Theatre 12:45 Early Show 2:10 Amy Vanderbilt 2:15 Miss America Matinee 3:00 Foreign Intrigue 3:30 Bozo and His Friends 4:00 Autry-RoRers 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 6:no Little Rascals 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Topper 7:00 I Love Lucy 7:30 Medical Horizons 8:00 studio One 9:00 M.G.M. Parade fl:30 TV Reader's Digest 10:00 Nr-ws 10:10 Weather 10:15 Les Paul and Mary Ford 10.20 Late Show 11:50 Weather RENT MOVIE CAMERAS FLASH CAMERAS Complete Selection of Flush Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film, Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 Best Grade Illinois Coal and Kindling Nut Coal 2 or more tons $10 per ton plus tax B&CCoa!Co. S. Hiway 61 Phone 3-8612 THE COWARD er HAY LAPICA Copyright 1955 by NEA ^rrkc. Inc. THE STORY: Tin niny lnlrre.il lin her thnf Ilirlr nin K Into a "on III IRRITATED, Lorn a Rogers form and. although slout, how straight he stood at the altar when they were married in the church not far from the place where she was born on the West Side in the upper Eighties—how happy they had been during the three months he had been based at nearby Fort Dix in New Jer- nodded. But she didn't under-j scy. stand her husband. But if he j Then there had been those unsaid this way of life was coining to an end, then, thank goodness, maybe things would be different. "Your fear, Billy's fear—will it change too?" she asked Tim. He purpled at this, and for a moment she thought he was going to lose his temper. But he swallowed with an effort, then with abandon crushed her small figure to him. With his mouth close to her ear, kissing her hair, she heard his murmur, which was almost a prayer, "It's too la.te for me. But maybe for Billy we can still do something." And Lorna thought of all the little acts of cowardice she had seen him commit during their marriage and felt sorrier for him than she had ever felt for anyone. She Jhought of the day job he had, and how his boss, Mark Oldstrom, had insulted her and made her leave the store the one time some years ago she had come to ask Tim to go with her and Billy to the circus at Madison Square Garden—and Tim hadn't said a word. She thought of the man who had shoved her in the subway in order to get her seat first, and Tim looked the other way. And she thought of the time they were going to the doctor's office on East 177th Street, and the elevator got stuck between floors, and Tim grew so panicky t;.cy had to lift him out—three men with a ladder, alt 208 pounds of him. • Yet she remembered, too, *i fill fairness lo Tim, how splendid lu had looked in his Army uni- forgettable three days they had had together three months later, after Tim completed his field maneuvers in the south and was back in New York, ready to sail for England—and D-Day. VAINLY Lorna Rogers squeezed back her tears and tried to rekindle the flame and was sorry she couldn't because she was so tired and it was so late and she felt so faded and old and had scrimped for so many years and he looked just like the man he had become — a fat, short, pig-eyed coward with whom she lived because now. at 30, she felt she had no other choice. "We will, Tim, we'll do something," she answered. And they went into the single bedroom where Billy was asleep on his youth bed by the window. His little form lay huddled around the pillow. He was uncovered. Even while she was only thinking of it, Tim went over and pulled the sheet up over the boy, for it was a cool June night. The moonlight slanted in through the wide casement windows, and they could see the boy's lower lip tremble as he dreamed perhaps of another encounter. And she turned to go back to her own bed, and Tim turned the other way, quickly, but not quickly enough for her not to notice the tears in his eyes. And for this, too, she despised him. StiJl later Tim lay In bed be-1 side her, thinking of the look in her eyes, and wondered what she would say, this wife whom he no longer loved and who no longer loved him—what she would say if she knew that thi? dny he had stolen $5000 to give to another woman. WHEN Lorna awoke at 7 the next morning, Tim was gone. One of the few benefits he had acquired from his double-shift jobs during the past 10 years, she decided, was his ability to get along on little sleep. When the telegram came at 9 o'clock from Beaver Falls, ?he had already fed and sent Billy off to school. Who was Clair? Lorna cleaned the apartment, searching her memory, but in vain. She went to supermarket to buy her groceries and meat, and while she stood in line waiting to be checked out, the name came to her: Clnir Holinsky. That letter two years ago from Beaver Falls, telling Tim something about n new girls' dormitory—sounded like a report from school board. It had been signed Clair Holinsky. Back at the apartment Lorna took out a butter knife and, after poking under the edge of the roll-top desk in the corner of the living room for several minutes, managed to pry the lock open. She then went systematically through every drawer and pigeon hole. Finally she found it—a small brown leather-bound ledger showing Tim's itemized receipts and expenditures over the 10-year period from 1946 to 1955. One whole page was headed "Clair Holinsky" and bore nino items, nine days, June 7 each time, with a different year opposite the day and month—and opposite the clay "SriOOO." Only one year had no figure after it —1952, the year he had collapsed and spent four months in the hospital. Instead of a sum there wns an angry scrawl: "Sick." The ninth entry was predated June 7 and listed the amount AS $10,000. Underneath was the total: $50,000. Today wns June 7. (to Be Continued) "You must be the lucky type of man, Dad—you certainly didn't becoms a success by working math problems!" It's not smoke—Sweetie Pie is just into your powder! BUT SHE IS/ AND WAVBE r £W COULD TALK SOME SENSE WTO HEB..SHE WONT LISTEN TO ANY OF US.IT'S JUST TEASC.' HELLO AND 6OOOSX MeS.WAVNE AWD EVERYBODY/ HE'S OUTSIDE--OID VOU SEE HIM WHEN HE CAME IN7_ ISN'T HE FABULOUS? LAH-DEE-DAH; MY SISTEK PAT IS SIMPLY] THROWING HERSELF WAY ON- WEU.,THE MOST AWFUL OSS?... )—-- A FEEL1MQ OF MUTUAL VEXATION, PERHAPS? <\N AIR OF ANIMOSn VT' Give Your Child Something Educational and Entertaining for Xmas, a set of Child World Books. Call 3-4152 for Demonstration. HERE'S WHERE BOV FBIENCJ AS aAvep BY NUNZIO, 6ET5 SHOT ANP HE THINKS HE'LL ONLY HAVB PEAD. HOW WS..5HM00YHM&66N VEKV R6A5ANT. I FEEL A, BIT eUlLTV ABOUT MV FIRST IMPRESSION OF WMl EA5V5 AFRAID HE 1ST SIS CALVIN POWW PR.MEMDOZA1 W5LL, I HAP INVITED H&K. TO COME WITH US TODAY 1 IF ROYCE'S BOSS DIPN'T IVAWT HER ALONG. 1DIDN'T KNOW WE'D CROSS THE- IZIVER -as B5FCRE- THEY ARRIVED' 35 OW&THKU THE MOUN- TAIMS...TO DOMWfift Paint Closeout Many Types and Colon Price Hubbard Hardware TRAIL Dldl THIWK SHE SAIP HEY.eOYCE A BEfTER MEAWWHILE, W THE HOME OF JOSE LOPEZ, A FE-W MILES AWAY.. RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored YEAH, MAN, THIS IS TH' LIFE..YEZZIR! NUTHIW TOO...MO 1VORRIE5...NLJTHIN! WELL, I GUESS THAT'LL DO IT... IF I SET IT ANV SPICK- AN'-SP<XNNER. 1 WONT BE ABLE TO SLEEP IN IT. MY OL' CP-.VE LOOKS KINDA NEGLECTED? WELL, MOW'S I'M ALL DONE RUNNIM' AROUND. I GUESS I BETTER A GOlN'-OVER ...SORTA ALL VVOIiK GUARANTEED RADIATOR WORKS Men of the 461st Wing! THIS IS A SWELL KITE, KTID, BUT THEPE AIN'T ENOUSH ST0N5 T FLY IT! Hudson Can Supply ll Your Clothing Needs Uniforms Belts Caps Hies • SSacks • Shirts Cheveron? Jewelry of a SHE D\0 btf Cleaner - Clothier - Tailor Rlythevillc, Ark.
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