FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1954 BLTTHEYILLB (ABIC.)' COURIER NEWS PAOB THIRTEEN' OUR BOARDING HOUSE - with Major Hoopl. STVAtfimW ALWAYS &TIR6 l^ P<XTIC LOM6IN6 FOR SEI6HT DOWMlHE OLD HAMWX^ — HOvy MANlY PLEASANT IT, CEEATINS6 TK£ (TASTLES OF 1W& FUTURE ANO-- .'-* I HOPE THE SOfA 5R?lrJ65 AR£ STUL M GOOD EMOUSH OF tHE OUTDOOR OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams J PIPN'T HAVE TIME TO WASH THE P'SHES OR MAKE THE BEP- I'M LATE NOW/ AOAIMf SAY, BUT ANOTHER COCONUT FOR MY LUNCH BOX. WILL YOU! THIS ONE IS NEAR OONE/ A>JP THEY 1X3 " ALL THEIR BATTLIN' IK) THE STREET/ SHUT UP, OVER THERE, I CALLTH' POLICE.' A MARRIED WOfcAAN WORK.H-JG WITH TH6 HE MAKES/ HE'S A TOREMAW; riVr.' ™ BORN THIRTY YEARS TOO soow _w •B O je u • THAT IDIOTIC MAO BOX MAS 60NE BERSERK/I'VE HAD TO USTENTDTMC SAMe PIECE OVER AM)OVER! ICAN'TDISCON- NECT IHe BEASTLY THIM6 — AND THE REPAIR MAN CANT GET MERE FOR , ANOTHER HOUR/ Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, ft WHBQ Channel 131 WMCT Ch«nnel 5 Friday Night, Oct. 8 6:00 Evening Serenade 6 - 15 News Reporter G:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 News Caravan 7.00 Red Buttons 7:30 Life or Rtley S .00 BIB Story 8:30 Matt Clark 0:00 Cavalcade of Sports 9:45 Sports Spotlight 10:00 Loretta Young 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Norman Sper Pootall Productions 11:00 Tonight 12:00 SIGN OFF Saturday, Oct. 9 9:15 Tops 9:30 WInky Dink & You 10:00 Captain Midnight 10:30 Abbott & costello 11:00 Big Top 12:00 Barker Bill 12:15 Western Theatre 1:00 Western Theatre 2:00 Western Theatre 3:00 Western Theatre 4-.00 Early Show 5:30 Tennessee Jftmborea 6:00 Football Roundup 6:15 Weather 6:20 News 6:30 Ozzlc and Harriet 7:00 Jackie Gleason 8:00 Two for the Money 8:30 Favorite Husband 9:00 That's My Boy 9:30 Stop the Music 10:00 Wrestling 11:00 Big Playback 11:15 Late Show WHBQ 13 Friday Night, Oct. t . 6:00 Freddie Burns 6 '15 Weather 6:20 News 6:30 Doug Edwards 6:45 Perry Comb 7-00 Mama 7:30 Ray Bolger 8:00 Pepsi Playhous* 8:30 President Elsenhower 9:00 The LlneUp 9:30 Do You Know Why 9:35 Masquerade Party 10:05 Weather IO:JO News 10:20 Late Show Saturday, Oct. 9 9:00 To be announced 9:15 Meditation & News 9.30 Smtlln Ed McConnell 10:00 To be announced 10'30 Pride of the Southland 11 00 Super Circuit 12:00 Rough Rider* 1:00 Outdoor Life 1:15 WIsconsln-Rlee 4:00 Scpreboard 4:15 Varieties 4:30 Western Theatre 5:30 My UUle Margie 6:00 It's A Great Life 6:30 Lone .Ranger 7:00 Mickey Rooney Show 7:30 Place the Faca 8:00 Imogene Coo* 8:30 Star Theatre 9.00 Geo. Gobel Show 9:30 Hit Parade 10:00 City Detective 10:30 The Vise 11:00 They Stand Accused 12:00 SIGN OFF Only one of the works of Cato the Elder has survived, a treatise on farming. WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn. Co. 'ro/ntf/ DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Roin: 8 ll.m t* 9 p.n* with Deliver? to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 Welt Main St. DELCO WATER PUMPS 'Pump • Water Pipe Softener WATER PUMP REPAIR SERVICE "I catch these colds because I don't dress warmly enough, Doctor! Would you tell my husband that old fur coat of mine is worn pretty thin?" "Swish your feet around, fellai.. W»'FB minwc i halfback!" Coll PO. 3-3531 "" BAD PICTURE TUBE? ONE OT OUR MAN! EXTRA SERVICES Our new process will repair and restore it (In most cases) —at no additional cost! ELECTRONIC LAB 111 W. Walnut — Blytheville J IM DUNN kicked down whai stumps ho could find, loaded the jeep with dead and half rotted logs whose chief virtue was that they gave the appear- •ance of wood. One branch road led down to rthe Carlson Castle, but Jim did mot travel far along it. But he ;did get an excellent bird's-eye I view of the huge place, with its "swimming pool nestling back of 'a slight curve of the huge separating cliff, Lion's Head. Jim estimated it was a good three miles by twisting road be- 'tween the two places even 'though it was only a few hundred yards by water. Certainly the sheer drop of the base of Lion's Head seemed to preclude any path along the shore. On his return lo The Spires, he found that Toby Argyle had delivered a load of pitch. Heavy, sticky chunks which were fragrant even in the pile by the basement door. He found, too, that Nancy was having an audience with Kit Carlson. She was on the porch, no longer wearing her veil, while Nancy, in hor "dark and dowdy" outfit, stood on the lowest step. "Yes, mom," Nancy said, as Jim began to loss pieces of wood from the jeep. "Thank you for telling me about the rouge. Thank you, I'm sure." She would not meet Jim's eyes as she hurried away, Announcing Election November 2 for Aldermon-3rd Ward Tour support Is needed for » progressive city government Jimmy (J. 0.) Lentz World War II Veteran Industrious— Capable — Sincere $$$ SAVE $$$ SEE ALVIN Before you buy new furniture — Fiefore you buy used furniture — Before you sell your used furniture for cash — For liberal allowance on trade-ins . . You Will Be Glad You Did ! ! ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE CO. 113 E. Main St. Blytheville, Ark. Phone POplar 2-2302 USPECT By Hugh Lawresoe Jfefeaa iM» aiimiiiiHm>s»»oi«. Mrs. Carlson summoned Jim regally. "I was quite mistaken about your nice little wile," she said. "I am pleased, because I take it as a sign of our good judgment. In getting the correct person for the job at hand. And I am glad lo see you enter into the spirit of the thing. Pretending to gather wood." Dunn looked at the pile of stuff in the jeep. He could hardly call it wood, but he wouldn't have called the labor necessary for its gathering pretense either. He said slowly, "I think you'd better tell me what you're afraid of." "You're right, I suppose. But Ihis doesn't seem the place, to talk. I believe someone at the other house is watching us through binoculars. And — Mr. Dunn! There is someone coming. 3o something about it." The front door slammed behind her. * * • rjUNN looked around, had to walk beyond the corner of the louse before he saw anyone, before he saw the figure walking along the boulder-strewn side of he creek which spilled from the ho e in the clilt. He knew he was seen, but he also was completely disregarded, as the woman knelt on the crcekbank. He stood above her, said, You're trespassing, you know." She turned her head, glared at him from small jet-black eyes which were heavily outlined by wrinkles. He saw she was very old, had attained the age reached by so many Colorado women where hey appear indestructible. She lissed at him, "Quiet, fool!" Dunn saw her arms were Immersed deeply in the icy water. The expression on her face hanged from malevolence toward Jim to the thrill and ex- itcmcnt of the chase. She moved (suddenly and a 12-inch trout (flopped on the grass of the sloping bank. "There now," she said. She go,', stiffly to her feet, picked up the trout and did something which immediately stilled its frantic struggle. Her arms were bright purple with the cold of the water, and the knobs of her knuckles looked painful. "Heard it could |be done," she gloated. "And I did it. You see, this way when you get a trout it's not damaged." "It's dead enough," Jim said. "What do you want?" she demanded. "I work here. You're trespassing, you know." "Hah. .You going to make something of it?" "I suppose," Jim said thoughtfully, "I could turn you over my knee and give you a spanking." She glared at him a moment and then her mouth opened to emit a cackle. Her old-fashioned false .teeth slipped and moved with the sound. She said, "You and who else?" "Where do you live?" Jim asked. She waved the limp trout toward the other side of the lake. "What are you going to do with the trout now you have it?" "Stuff it!" she snapped. * • • AT first, Jirn thought the werdu • were a suggestion or a command. He had a second thought and asked, "You're a taxidermist?" She was no longer looking at him, but over his shoulder. "Ready now, Philip," she said. Jim turned around. The smiling man, Philip, completely outfitted in a chauffeur's uniform and shiny boots stood a few paces away. Beyond, looking Immense on the narrow road, a limousine sat gleaming in the sunlight. Philip looked at Jim as if he were one of the things Dunn had found earlier under rotten logs. "Is this person annoying you, Mrs. Oswald?" She handed Philip the limp fish. 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