SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 196B BLYTHEVILLI (ARK.) COURIER NEW! PAGE NINI OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major HM»!« IEGAD, JAKE/ YOU KNOW r ,^w, 6KILLFOL I AW AT THE SAMS OF CIMCU/—YET i CAM- . NOT VJlM A HAND FRO/A THE 60P6RINTENDEMT OF WE SOILDIM6 VJHEGE I'M EMPLOYED /•<"- INE TAKESi *\V. OVJhJ D6CX, BLiT HE ANALYZES AW PLAY • - IF i WERE- A to- UNDER A , MICROSCOPE - .- E,YOU NEVEE WAS AS SLICK AS MB • AT CARDS/ -~ME6B5 I OUSHTA PlM THIS SOOF'S EARS SACK FEE YOU —DOES HE PLAY FEE I CHICKED FEED os. FROWNIMS MONley?, OUT OUR WAY By 1. R. William I WISH MY SUPPER WAS PUT OUT ON / MY SOM HAS Beeu HICCUPPIN6 FOR. Ulr/ -ft "W6NTT MINUTES, DOCTOR I nlt^. j NOTHING SEEMS Tfr MIC i H/C/JS? NO. WATER. . DOESNT HELP/ HE'S BEEN . . • GOOD TIME TO START C LEANING UP OUR. ,ME5Sr ATTIC 7 BE A ~T£*JK SHOCK TREATMENT WORKEP, THANKS, DOCTOR / Copr. 19SS b> NEA Senlc*. Inc. T. M. file. U. S. p«l Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel 5 Saturday night, Oct. 22 6.00 Perry Como Show 7:00 People Are Funny 7:30 Jimmy Dili-ante 8:00 George Bobe! Show 8:30 HIL Parade 9:00 Drama Theatre 9:30: The Millionaire JO .00 Faiher Knows Best 10:30 The Vise 11.00 Burns and Allan 11:30 Mystery Theatre 12:00 Sign Off Sunday. Ort. 23 9:50 News & Meditation 10:00 The Christophers 10:30 This is the Life 11:00 Look at Russia 11 JO Catholic Hour 12.00 American inventory 12:30 Youth Wants to Know 1.00 Dr. Spocfc 1:30 Zoo Parade 2:00 Maurice Evans Presents—In color "Alice In Wonderland" 3:30 Captain Gallant 4:00 Long John Sliver 4:30 Roy Rogers 5-00 Eddy Arnold 5:30 Frontier 6 ;00 Variety Hour 7:00 Television Playhouse 8:00 Douglas Fairbanks Presents 8:30 Science Fiction Theatre 9:00 Soldiers of Fortune 9:30 Highway Patrol 10:00 Paris Precinct 10:30 Climax 11:30 Sisn Off .Monday. 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Ort. 22 6:00 Dinner Theatre 6:30 O;:ark Jubilee 7:00 Lawrence Welk 8:00 Million Dollar Movie 9:30 Confidential File 10:00 Celebrity Playhouse 10:30 Les Paul and Mary Ford 10:40 Weather 10:45 Late Show Sunday, Ort. 33 11:30 For Your Information 12:00 Philadelphia Eagles- Chicago Cardinals 2:50 Player of the Week 2:55 Professor Pet 3:00 Lassie 3:30 Super Circus 4:00 Rnmar of the Jungle 4:30 Rln Tin Tin 5:00 Kit Carson 5:30 Funious Film 9-45 8:45' 9:00 10:00 11:30 12:00 12:05 12:45 2:10 3:00 3:30 4:00 5:00 6:00 6:25 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:10 9:00 9:30 I0:«l I0:in 10:15 10:20 10:25 11:55 Festival Chance of A Lifetime . Life Begins At Eltj my Break the, Bank What's My Line The Whistler News Weather I.os Paul and Mary Ford Evening Theatre Monday, Oct. 24 Nows anri Weather Romper Room This Is Hollywood Stu Envin News Lunchtlme Theatre Early Show Amy VHiidtrbilt Miss America Matinee Foreign Intrigue Boi-o and His Friends Amry-Rogcrs Mickey Mouse Club Little Rascals Do . Yovi Know Why Topper I Love Lucy Medical Horizons Studio One M.G M, Parade TV Render's Digest News Weather Overton For Mayor Les Paul and Mary Ford Late Show Weather "I hope the people at the party notice my new dress—and not just my worried look about how I'm going to pay for it!" "Eat your salad and stop trying to b« cute!" __ _ •5 AS FLASH f POWELL RETURNS HOME.. OH-OH.'COPS.'BUT it'LLfULLBISHTiW -LlkTEWOTHlMS'STHEJ O ~-*—\ MMTEB/ DID SOU JUST HAVE AN V WHO-ME? ACCIDENT WITH THIS J NOT THAT I .KNOW OF.WKY7 HOW OO YOU EXPLAIN THAT FEND6K7 »•«••*_ Oil Brings Disappointment FREDONIA, Ky. tf) — Oil's well with farmer Malcom Boone, but the town's civic clubs have troubles. The clubs raised money for Fredonia's lirst waterworks and arranged to drill on Boone's land. But oil was struck and the project was abandoned after the clubs had I charges were brought Judge Dirk; spent 31,300. Boone leased 296 acres | Kuyk whittled the sentence to 52 i to an oil company, which will drill! days — to be served on successive for oil not water. ' Sundays. I Year of Sundays ROANOKE, Va. ffl — Sunday is a good day for meditation and Rob-1 ert A. Moore will have a chance to' meditate for 52 of them in jail. The i former insurance salesman was: charged with forging checks to cov-; er premiums on fictitious policies > and sentenced to two years in prls-' on. But since he had paid the j money back even before the, Best Grade Illinois Coal and Kindling Nut Coal 2 or morp tons $10 per ton plus tax B&CCoalCo. S. Hlway 61 Phone 3-8612 EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware rk«M 2-2»!5 BOFFORD SHOE SHOP REPAIRING - CLEANING DYEING 112 S. Broadwaj Kirby Drug Store $725 For Your Old I ELECTRIC RAZOR on a na.w Reminglon, Schick, Sunbeam, Ronson or Norelco THE COWARD CY RAY LAPJCA WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 different items in stock! HUBBARD HARDWARE i 195S by NEA Strike, Int. THK STORY; To.-irn HBO 1<i!hiskj-'» tr»1imnn>- m-til nrn the TrnitkN broUu-r iriMin. Thpy BWore vrnfr. *|,« HICJ nrc frr*-. p1ir>tiiln( mil her Miinll rtinmliHT S s Tim IU«rr«. »vhn Is n ri> I'lnl hnn fnllowfd Clnlr lo ( nni) l«> tviirn hrr Ihut hr ha hf Trn.ski« brnlhfr* whc IX TIM ROGERS tried to evade the question. "I guess I was too busy trying to find you to let the police know about the check." "The police don't know anything about that $10,000 check those hoodlums stole from you?" those hoodlum, she insisted, tinned it!' "Surely you men- that money. And don't tell the police my name." Clair studied Tim Rogers. "Why didn't you talk to the police in Beaver Falls? Why did you let Mac do the talking?" 'I wanted to come here and warn you. I didn't want to waste any time." "You could have reported the check being stolen, at least." "I forgot about the check," Tim lied. Clair didn't believe him. "That money was stolen, wasn't it, Tim?" Before Tim could answer, the doorbell rang. Clair went to the door. It was the Richmond Heights police chief, an old, portly man in a neat blue uniform, his face pocked and his eye sockets lined with wrinkles. Chief Adams had come up from the highway patrol after many years of law enforcement. He exchanged greetings with Clair and told her he'd received a message from Beaver Falls, about the Traskises. "If they come at all," he said, smiling, "it will most likely be after dark." He looked from one to the other. "Afraid?" Clair nodded. Tim never moved. Clair introduced him as James Fenimore. "He's got a brother named Cooper," she said with a twinkle. The joke did not register with the officer. "With Mr. Fenimore spending the night here, I'm sure we'll all be safe." The chief looked at Tim dubiously. "Got a gun?" "No. Haven't got a license for one." "One of my men will sleep here—if you have room, Mrs. Holinsky." "Of course." The chta/ txked a few questions about the Traskises and then loft Tim thanked Clair for i C'"ir," he Fnid. "'. c:.n ',- Pl\isc! not tolling him about the stolen >V« ouutu't tell the police about' check. I "I told you I didn't go to see the police." She shook her head. "Don't you see, there's no reason to arrest the Traskis brothers, except that I suspect that they tried to run me down in Pittsburgh. And I can't prove they tried it?" Tim felt trapped. "Surely the police know the Traskis brothers are dangerous! They'll catch them and put them away again!" he exclaimed. "For what?" Clair asked. "All they know is that some men answering the description of the three Traskises gave my caretaker and you a bad time, and they only have the caretaker's word for that. But we can trap them if you'll help." "How?" "By the money, Tim!" Clair said. "Don't you realize how stupid it Was for them to steal that $10,000 certified check? Anyone that stupid won't be hard to trap. H was lucky for me that they did take that money. Now we'll tell the ponce about it. That's evidence enough to put • them Bw»y." Tim shook his hrad. "No, A moment later, a tall, thin, youngish patrolman came in. He grinned. "I'm your new boarder. Chief says keep your blinds doxvn. Don't walk by. an unshaded window. Don't go out. And call me if you hear anything. Now where tan you put me?" • • « CLAIR showed him to a guest room. When she returned to the living room, old Fritz was coming down the stairs with Sharon. The little Kirl had slept most of the afternoon. Her resemblance to Al was striking. Tim picked her up and squeezed her. "I got a little boy who'd make a good playmate for you," he said. "What's he like?" "He's got blue eyes and yellow hair and he likes—" Tim paused. He couldn't think of a single active thing Billy liked to do. He finished lamely, "Well, he likes to read and work puzzles and things like that." Sharon was not to be put ofl. "So do I! I'm glad!" Fritz Gebhardt groetcd Tim warmly but didn't remember him. The old man wore a hearing aid in his ear. Clair told him only that a policeman was spending the night with them. He nodded briskly, then promptly (orgot about the incident. * • * CLAIR prepared the dinner herself. Later in the living room, after she and Tim had done the dishes, they talked. 'You shouldn't have taken that money," she said. 'Half of it's a loan." 'The other 40 thousand—was that a 'loan' too?" 'Ko, Clair. Believe me, it's all on the level." 'Can you tell me now who is in the Group with you?" Tim thought a long time. Then; 'Not until the last 10 thousand is made good." "Will it be?" "Yes. Somehow." Finally, Tim could no longer concentrate on what she was saying. Tim was afraid. Even Clair could see it. At last she said: "Tim, you :an't slay he:c." U'« Be i To Se// — To Buy : REAL ESTATE TERRY PO-2-2381 TODAY HE JIMMIED OPEN OUR CANDY JAR AND HELPED HIMSELF _MAKE A MISHTV • ••NICE CATCH FOR ' T SOMEBODY; i Cocf. 1955 by KtA S«r* AM2. FLIMT, M3UVE <5*7T TO FINP NUWZIO. VOUV6 SOT TO SOLVE THIS MVFUL AMJRPSe. IT'S • SC^WPflLOL©.' WHEN 1 THINK \\H=*T OUR Ba*RD OP PlEECTORS I'LL W<E THE C^SE, MK. ROSER5, BUT I PON'T THINK FINPIM6 MUMZIO WILL BE I SIVE SOU A TRIAL A3 .. FIFTY A. WEEK AMP ALL M3U CAN BAT.' IF ONLY I COULD GO PACK TO MY NATIVE ITALY, THEN MAYBE MY HEART VM3ULP MEMP. AH, POOR TONY/ 'COKE, YOU B6TTEK HURRY IWTO HIS CLOTHES! TH'SKL AlWfEVEkl HUET...M4D * t JEEP'S COMIU' LIP TH' Tg^lU ill WELL, ITS NOW OK NEVER 1 WE'LL SET HEK LATER Attention: Men of the 461st Wing! Hudson Can Supply All Your Clothing Needs: • Uniforms • Belts • Caps « Ties • Slacks • Shirts • Cheverons • Jewelry Cleaner • Clothier • Tailor Blythevillc, Ark. BUT MV STARS, \ NO, WE COULDNT CON • I'M SORRX BUT WE N MAN, MONEY / SIDER SUBJECTING AN INEXPERIENCcO PERSON TO THE R\N SERS OF TIME- TRAVEL! ~f. CANT AFFORP TO STOP OJR LABORATORY ROUTINE JUST TO HELP YOU MAKE A MOVING PICTURE. NO, MR. LOSSAL, BUT..^ ITS OUT OF THE, / JUST A QUESTION. MINUTE ...LOOK, DOC, DOUGH IS DOUGH AND THE JUICE WE USE HERE IN THIS LAB DOESNT COME FROM ORANGES!
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