The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1955 · Page 25
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 3, 1955
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PAGE TWTNTY-FIYB BLTOIEYTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TirtJWBDAT, NOVEMBER 1,1951 OUK BOAHPINi HOUSi — wttfc Mijor H*pb OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WilHaini KULY4MCXK' JTOP/ TH' COOK AMP 5OPA ARE 6LAD TO MEET YOU, MRS. Bays KWOW EXACTLY WHUT THESE HILL& / " WILL DO/ I'VE TOLD HIM MUCH ABOUT YpO " EAGEE TO MEET I DREAMED 1 PROPOSED To fOU, AND YOU SAIP, SEE PAPPY'/ ALU 1 KMOW IS THAT 1 WOKE UP AMP FOUND MYSELF OH THE" FLOOR/ YES, AMD \ WELL THAT WHAT DIP } PART'S A HE SAY? / LITTLE Television — Tonight Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel 5 Thursday Night, Nov. X 6:00 Jungle Jim 6:30 Dianh Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 You Bel Tour Lilo 7:30 GunKbusters g.OO Drixsuet 8:30 Theatre 9:00 Video Theatre 10 00 Your Esso Reporter 10:15 Playhouse ol Start 10:45 Weather 10:50 Mystery Theatr* 11; 15 Tonight 12:00 Si«n .Olf frlday, Nor. 4 6.50 Meditation 7:00 Today 7:25 Weather—Memphis Hren 7:30 Today 7:55 Today In Memphis 8'.00 Today 8:25 News 8:30 Today 8:55 News and Weather 9.00 Dine ttong School 9:30 Storyland 9:45 10:00 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:15 12:30 1:30 1:45 2:00 3:00 3:30 3:45 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 5:40 5:55 6:00 6.30 6:43 7:00 7:30 Charrw with Cathy Home Tennessee Ernie Ford Feaiher Your Nest News Farm News TV Movie Matinea Home makers Program Date wlih Ll/e Matinee Thnntre Five Star Theatre World of Mr. Sweeney Modern Romance* Pinky Lee Howdy Doody Five Star Ranch Interesting Person Cartoons Weather Wild Bill Hirkofc Eddie Fisher News Caravan Truth or Consoaiiences Ll/e of Riley Big Story Stories of the Century 9:00 CavnlCBde of Sports 9:45 Frank Leahy it , Football 10:00 Your E/..3O Reporter 10:15 Touchdown 10:45 Weather 10:50 Mystery Theatre 11:15 Tonight 12:00 Sign Off WHBQ Channel 13 Thursday Night, Nov. 3 6:00 Little Rascals 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 The Lone Range- 7:00 Ramar of the Jungl* 7:30 Stop the Music 8:00 Stftr Tonight 8:30 Down YOU Go 9:00 Damon Runyon Theatre 9:30 Bishop Sheen 10:00 News • 10:10 Weather 10;15 Paul Page 10:30 Late Show 12'00 Weather Friday, Nov. 4 8:45 News and Weather 9:00 Romper Room 10:00 This Is Hollywood 11:20 Stu Erwln 12:00 News 13:05 Lunchtlme Theatre 12:45 Early Show 2:15 Miss America Matinee 3:00 Foreign Intrigue 3:30 Bozo nnd His Friends 4:00 Autry-Rogera 5:00 Mickey Mouse Clu 6:00 Little "Rascals 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Sgt. Preston of the Yukon 7:00 Ozzie and wan-let 7:30 Crossroads 8:00 Dollar A Second 8:30 Camera "4" 9:00 Ethel & Albert 9:30 Mayor of the Town 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Les Paul and Mnry Ford 10:20 Late Shoflr 11:53 Weather "You'd better go rake some leave*, AHc*—your father arwl the man next door ar* talking about heart attack* again! "Do you think you'll ever get prom«4«d out •* kindergarten?" BUFFORDSHOESHOP REPAIRING - CLEANING DYEING 112 S. Broadway The trembling aspen is the American tree with the widest range. Best Grade Illinois Coal and Kindling Nut Coal 2 or more tons $10 per ton plus tax B&CCoalCo. S. Hiway 61 Phone 3-8612 Inil!vldu»l«-Group«-Farm Bureau WAYLIN CHESSER Call representative Blue Cross - Blue Shield P.O. Box 307 Blytheville, Ark. Phone POplar 3-3106 Paint Clo«eout MM; TTPM »n* C«lor« i Price Hubbard Hardware HAMBURGERS For your protection, our Hamburger Patties are prepared and delivered frozen by a nationally known government inspected meat packing plant. A warm well-seasoned bun enhances the wholesome delidousness of this pure hamburger. KREAM KASTLE THE COWARD RAV LAPfCA r 195) by NEA S«rvic«, Inc. XIX TIM asked: "Do you have any horses?" "One. He'? too oia for grownup to ride," Pop replied. "A kid might. The horse belongs to Ned Bostwick. I borrow the horse Joad to pump water from the well into the reservoir when it gets low." "How far is it to the owner's ranch?" "Seven miles, back in th. mountains. Joad knows his way hpme in the dark. If your boy could—" "No," Tim said, "my boy's afraid." "He could have 'em ' phone Lancaster for us—or Ned Bostwick might wanna come down himself. He's a good shot." "No. Billy couldn't do it. Not at night. He can't even ride a horse." "Ail right. Forgot it" The men stayed up late figuring out what to do. Pop drew a map of the grounds, and Tim studied it carefully—the location of the buildings, the paths, the 30,000-galIon reservoir, the pond and even the trees. Once he looked up and said, "Tell me we have no right bringing you into this, Pop. Tell us to get out." And Pop, his brown eyes hard, answered: "Punks who'd hurt a woman can't have much guts. One shot an' you'll see 'em run." No, Tim thought, they won't run. But he didn't say anything. "Besides," Pop wont on, "your dad helped me get this place. Dnne wonders for my arthritis. Marie and I have always wanted to pay you back somehow. Maybe this is how." "All right," Tim Mid, and he wondered how he would find the courage during the night to get f i ;.t dawn, put on his clothes an.; go out to meet three killers. £*rtkr Xi* M 10-foot-high concrete reservoir, the highest structure on the ranch, and was surprised how far down the road he could see in the yellow moonlight. He would stand his watch up there. * * • SITTING outside the ranch house under the stars, listening, Tim Rogers thought over the events of the day. He recalled how much better Lorna nad looked and how his son Billy had seemed to have taken on stature. Tim wondered if, with all the change around him. whether he too might not have changed enough so that he could protect them. And what about Clair? Did he iove Clair, as he thought he did? Then Loma's soft voice found Tim in the dark: "Courage will come to you, Tim, if you'll pray for it." She had followed him outside. "I've never prayed in my life," he told her. "I can't start now," "You must show Billy you're not a coward, Tim," she said. "Billy's changing, Tim. You must help him." "I—Pm afraid." "Billy's whole life may depend on what you do tomorrow morning, Tim." "And mine. 1 * "At this point his life u more important." "I know." "Then you'll fight, Tim?" Angry and frustrated, he almost shouted at her: "I don't knowl" He turned ft way from her, hurt. Suddenly she put her arms around him and kissed him. "You will, Tim. I know you But Tim had no way of knowing what ht would do and didn't answtr. "J wan tfoing to leave," she went on, "after 1 lound you and But I can't. Tim. I can't, because I love you." He moved off with a curt, "Time to relieve Pop." Outside Tim told Pop he would stay up the rest of the night. Pop wanted to leave his shotgun, but Tim said it would be wiser if each kept a wca[>on. Then he mounted the reservoir and sat down on its concrete lip, out of sight of anyone on the ground but with a full view of the road stretching toward Lancaster. • * » IT was cold, as desert nights often are, and the cold of the night seemed to intensify nis misery. Far across Antelope Valley he could see the beacon light of Edwards Air Base flashing. A bobcat screamed in the distance. The owl hooted again. The palm leaves nislled softly around him. Far above, the Milky Way poured a brilliant stream of glittering diamonds across the desert sky. He smelled th« damp palms, the freshly watered grass, the mint^nd wisteria on the side of the house nearest him. Below him the ranch house slept in the night. On the lip of the reservoir, his heart as cold and numb as the concrete on which he sat, Tim tried to pray for the courage with which to face the dawn. "I can run," he told himself, ''and they'll do nothing to me. I've been running all my life. This will be nothing n«w. Or I can stay and do nothing, and they won't hurt me or my family and maybe not even Sharon." But a vision of the lovely Clair rose before him and he shuddered. "No," he went on, "I don't want to live on those terms." And behind and above her he saw in his mind's eye the figure of Al Kolinsky towering over him in the shellhole and the shock of Al's face when the bullet from Tim's rifle crashed into his chest. Tim couldn't run—not any more. And he couldn't stay and do nothing. A shadow broke away from the trees below him. He tensed, his gun ready. A voice called out, "Tim!" It was Lorna. ( jAWCE.VOUm H/WE TO v ffTAWT AT TLW _AkD THAT'S THE WIT STANDS/EVEN THOUGH W1V NOTHINS SYiEAES PUSH TOWEU. /ELSE PUSH HAS REVEALED WSTKUE COLOES/ IF THEV SEND71 WOW IS THAT HEZ TO •r h J«L- ELECTRIC RAZOR -"AT ANY MOMENT THE V DON'T WORLD COULD 1 I KNOW EXPLODE IN YOUR I'M THINKING-ABOUT WHEN POP SEES MY REPORT CARD! on a new Remington, Schick, Sunbeam, Ronson or Norelco RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored , SHORTY, ,YATTA\ &VE n TO HIM.' SOPRY, THE PREVIOUS 1 LET B,V\ HAVE IT.' / BOV/ WHAT'S SO INS ON? OWNER PIEP M FEW A PffiEM? OF MINE BOUSHT SOnE SHELLS) .ATTACK HERE RECENTLY. VVQfO- \ BROTHER. JU5T D£R IF YOU REMEM5E£ HM...BALDIN6 WITH ALL WORK GUARANTEED RADIATOR WORKS WE'VE GOT IT! CE SKE'5 RSWARKEP HOW DIFFERENT r LOOK WITKOUr SUV5SES...W WITH S, SWOLLEN FACE! AMP VJ£ CANT LET MO POCTOR EHWAIME WE! I 1'HOUSHr 6'fEO hcUER GDI DVIWS FOR A FAS...8UT KOVCE DIPMT 5WOKE! AMP IM IKED Of TR«U' TO KEEP MY FACE HIPPEW AM'HWW TO WHISPER'. WB »U*T SET KID OF HER $OON WOMPERr-ULl I'O. FEEL SETTER WHEW \ POCTOK CH6CK* ROVCE OKEK. A.NP (JOW WHILE H6'5 ELL *E6 IF EASV 1$ BACK NO, 5ur ANOTHER ACCIPENT HERE WOULP AROUSE 5U5PICIOW. WE'LL YOLJK BROTHER'S POIW FlklE'. HE'LL 86 ASLE TO TRAVEL BV TOMORROW! different items in stock! YEAH, WE CA.WT FOOL HER FOR lOUfi.COKE'. H U B B A R D HARDWARE NEVER MIND, THERE'LL BE NO TIME FOR THAT- NCW, LETS GO.' ATS RJfiKT", OUVER. rTS H-C?/ WE'LL H(T ,JT TOGETHER! I'LL 1 POJSE TH' 6UM AN' NOU GRAB UP EVERYTHING >OJ FIND LOOSE ANP SCRAM. _ x . Ss YOJ MEAN WE'RE SOINS TO ATTACK THIS TENT? WHAT A9PEAK1 COMES EL/WES ! ABOUT A .LIFT INTA TOWN FUPDSV f Men of the 461st Wing! Hudson Can Supply All Your Clothing Needs: Uniforms Belts Caps I Ties • Slacks Shirts Cheverons Jewelry Walnut & Division Phone 3-8051 DRIVE-IN Cleaner-Clothier-Tailor Blylhevillc, Ark.

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