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FRIDAY, MOTEMBER 4,1MI ^ MUST SB A *Sa K.M C IS Pff* DO YOU HPH6TO KE5Tf?AW\ ^g •flJle , HE DOES HIS JOS AMD I QO MiMe, WITHOUT ..-AMD I'M NOT A THIS CHARACTER LIFT A HIM46LP/ WHO DOES, NOTHIKI6 <AMCJT OOTOSBR FA6C SRYENTEETf UR IOARDIN* HOUSI — witk M«i»r H«o»te OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WilNciM IK Our* <3CT QUITE A BMJNCH ON HIM, BUT Hf* CMC OP THEM JOKERS/ I THINK HE'S MCUPIM 1 IT M SO BUOY TH 1 WILL THINK IT'S STR6TCMEPTOTH' FLOOft: TDMOtDTHIW W6ABAV WIMPOWM MORE THAN A S6COJPI* TORTURE-HE AIN'T HAVW MUCH FUW KXMt HITCH SUPPSP AW-- NO.' THAT MAKES THE scone Zl IN YOUR FAVOR. JUNE.' I OIKLS ARC PIATIMS I THEY MATCH wees or V THEIR DIARIES AMP — -M ^- -^fL —Trie OMB THAT HAS , 1HE MOST DATES WINS/ — Tonight Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WHBQ Channel 13 Friday Night. NOT. 4 6 00 Little Rascals 6:25 Do You Know Why' 6:30 Sgt. Preston of the Yukon 7:00 OzKie and Harriet, 7:30 Crossroads 8:00 Dollar A Second 8:30 Cnmera "4" 9.00 Ethel i- Albert 9.30 Mayor ol the Town 10 00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Les Paul and Mary Ford 10.20 Late Show 11:55 Weather Saturday, Nov. 5 9:30 Assembly of God 10:00 captain Midnight 10:30 Tales of Texas Rangers 11:00 Big Top 12:00 12:30 12:45 liftO 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 10:35 10:40 10:45 Andy's Gang Barker Bill Tops Saturday Show Channel 13 Presents Wild Bill Hlclcok Buffalo Bill. Jr. Annte Oakley Top Ten Dance Party Dinner Theatre Navy Log Ozark Jubilee Lawrence Welk Million Dollnr Movie Les Paul and Mary Ford News Weal her Classic Theatre WMCT Channel 5 Friday NiRht, Not. 4 fi:00 Wild Bill Hichok 6.30 Eddie Pifihrr 6.45 News Caravan 7:00 Truth or Consequences 7:30 LU« of Hiley 8:00 Big Story 8:30 Stories of thft Century 9:00 Cavalcade of Sport* 9.45 Frank Leahy ifc Football 10:00 Your Esso Reporter- 10:15 Touchdown 10:45 Weather 10:50 Mystery Theatre 11:15 Tonight, 12:00 Sign Off Saturday, NOT. 5 8:00 To be announced 8:30 To be announced 9:00 Pinky Lee 9:30 Paul Wlnchell, J. Ma honey 10:00 Fury 10:30 Pride of the Southland 11:06 Cartoon Carnival 11:30 Tern- and the Plratei 12:00 Slim Rhodes 12:30 Rough Riders 1:30 Robin Hood 2:00 Western Theatre 3:00 Cartoon Carnival 3.30 To be announced 4:00 To be announced 4:30 Western Theatre 5:30 rather Knows Brtt 8:00 It's a Great Life 8:30 Big Surprise 7:00 Perry Como 8:00 Max Llebmnn Presents — color "The Great Waltz" 9:30 Your Hit Parada 10:00 Millionaire 10:30 The Vise 11:00 Burns & Allen 11:30 Mystery Theatre 12:00 Sign Off Continued from preceding page Notice "Johnny must be home—the trail lead* to th* icebox!' 1 ; , H ,.,j,;r^ - i >^> Copr. '*** b. WE* S.i.rct. In* tZT^TS^' •*,n,Ajf\I/Tl*zr-* I I H ^"^"J-^ "I don't care if you are learning about pyramids in kinder gart»n—you can't build one with Mr. B«noW«y'» brickt'' S'JT I CANT STOP LOVWsWS^^W; FLASH USD/1 WASNT OEfWNW r<?eA&&ED THE WHEEL WHEN HE LET (30 OF IT/ HE'S GOOD QC eAD.lTS \VAWTING TO 8€ Mc,SEENGIFIlLSlFFEE fOZ RM.IF I LJEO FOR HIM- 5UT THAT WOULD BE iHt ~T OK WOULD IT? IF I HAONT, WE WOULO HWE HIT MISS FINCH'S JUST HK FErJCE/ *_ Christian Indian First visit to England by a na live American is said to have oc- curred about 1585. He was an Indian, who was baptized j^'o the Christian faith in England a BUFFORD SHOE SHOP REPAIRING - CLEANING DYEING 112 S. BroadwlJ 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 81 . Phone 3-8612 Indlviduals-Groups-Farm Bureau WAYLIN CHESSER Call representative Blue Cross - Blue Shield P.O. Box 307 Blytherllle. Ark. Phone POplar 3-3106 'Christian Rowley. Paint Closeout M»; TTI»» »' Colon i Price Hiibbard 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 deliciousness of this pure hamburger. KREAM KASTLE Walnut & Division Phone 3-8051 ' DRIVE-IN Bring your MW appliances Back Home" for complete service. Let our trained servicemen repair or replace broken parts. Complete facilities, reasonable prices and expert service on all MW appliances. j Our service department stocks a complete line of parts for MW appliances: • RADIO • TELEVISION • TV ANTENNAS • OUTBOARD MOTORS • WASHERS • REFRIGERATORS • ELECTRIC WATER PUMPS • WATER HEATERS MONTGOMERY WARD Service Department Phone 3-4591 li:2 ck 115 THE COWARD BY RAY iAPICA Copyright 1955 by MEA Service, Inc. LORXA came up the ladder to n-ieci him — a whiie-ncgligeed figure smelling of roses and lavender She had never cr.\nea a ub e nc li ce in her life. He v. n i IGJ \ re she got it. 'D_;j't turn a way from me no le h "tercel. "It's been so Ir.n-; •'e v. e cared for one Hi er \ as far ;r :iy. mis- n a man love two Ana the inier.suy of her an- r i o i icd him: "Yes! Yc j t. Ti i if I h irt is bi™ enough!' Th^n sne added: "Clair came to :r.p a.ier you left ann told n •» v it ^o 'd done. Tim. I di n t know Why didn't you lei n e shire your heartache al! t \ S 'C.a s' c guess why I did it?" 'o, Tim, Docs it matter — so lor" 1 , as you felt you had to?" 1 don't know yet. There's too much e:.;e to figure out. You're not making it easier for me. Why did you come out?" 'I hurt you. I came to tell you I'm sorry. There's a change in you. Tim. It's like you'd gone bacU 1 1 years to the time we firsi met. Remember that weekend pass. Tim?" So far, far away and long. lop.H ago. VYcs," he said. She put her arms around him. and his qun felt ice cold in his hand. His mind swirled back to Pas 'aic of 11 years ago when he was'. 20 and she was 19. And pain slabbed through him when ho recalled her eager loveliness. the ' innocence and trust in her eyes when she looked at him. "Go back to bed," he told her gruffly. "Can't you see, the mess I'm in?" Lorna did not answer, hut a hurt look spread across her face. She elided rii'vn the la' 1 ^'- Xium LUC Lu^> tu Liie re*wyoii 014! disappeared among the fringe o/ palms. Tim sat back wearily, ashamed of himself for having hurt her ayain, nursing his self-pity, wondering why he was incapable,of meeting situations himself. Always he had to harm others. For an hour Tim tormented hims.'lf. trying to rationalize himself into behaving with some manhood when the test came the nfxl morn in 7. His reverie was .:-c::cn as another figure emerged from the palms. It was Clair, with a coat thrown over her ihoulders. * * • SHE climbed the ladder and sat down beside Tim. He noticed a hint of blue pajamas un- ner the coat and Tim guessed they were Lorna's. For a moment she was silent, surveying Tim's vantage point, taking note of his gun, peering into his miserable face. Finally she said: "Lorna's just cried herself to sleep." Hot words rushed to his lips but she stayed them as she placed her cool hand over his mouth. "Don't try so hard to be a hero," she said, "and you might do something sensible. Now listen. As soon as it gets light, I'm going to take Joad, that, old horse, and follow him up to the Bostwick Ranch Pop mentioned last night. I'll slay there till help comes. When the Traskises get here, tell them I'm sill} in San Bernardino or went on to Los Angeles." "They won't believe it when they see Sharon here." "You can hide her." "And if they find her? ... We can't take the chance." "What can you do?" "We'll try to scare them off." "And if they don't scare-—oh, Tim, you'll nil be killed. No, I got to ?o now—or let them find in Un "You'll do neither. You're safer here than running around in the desert." "They j it want me." She moved back to the ladder. "If anything happens. I'd like to know the school will go on— for Al's sake." He said nothing- Her '"oice dropped to a whisper: "If anything happens, take care of Sharon." "Yes," he promised, "yes, Clair. But nothing will happen to you." And he thought: "My God, my God, take all these lives out of my hands." Clair looked levelly into his blue eyes, surprisingly large and clear in (he moonlight, and she said, "I believe in you, Tim. So does Lorna. So does Billy. And Pop. And Marie. And Sharon. This time. Tim, seven people depend on you and have faith in you. I know you'll not fail them." "Who's the seventh?" "You." "Beat it," he said hoarsely, "Don't make things worse," * * • SHE disappeared down the ladder into the palm trees. Tim crossed his knees and clasped his hands in front of them—and began to wait- An hour dragged by. Another. The first tongue of rose and pink licked the east His head sank to his chest. Out of the deep recesses of his mind the thought came, "It won't be long till I'm down there on th« ground, and it will b« over." But his entire nature revolted against the thought of extinction. His strong, claw-like fingers curled around the cold pistol beside him. Instantly he was wide awake. He began to tremble. He couldn't go through with it I/ he tried, they would shoot him down as he whimpered for his life on his knees. He had to get away. Quickly he lowered himself down the ladder. He'd try to help Glair get to the Bostwick Ranch. Then he'd come back with help to face the Traskises. A horse whinnied in the corral at the far end of the ranch, .He froze. Suddenly a rowrte* to r-row. He heard voices. jLl> Jto Private Rooms Stearn heated bedroom, adjolnln? bath. Men only. 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