The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 10, 1953 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 10, 1953
Page 11
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FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1958 BLITHE? 1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE ELZTM OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major HeepU . Williams OUT OUR WAY FOUR MILLIONAIRES GOT THEIR. START ON THAT MACHINE- DNS SELUN' IN. TH' SHOP! ONE BAFFLIN' OFFSHCT- ONLY ONE X MADE MIS IN THIS CAME- TH> REST W^tt so Busy PEPPUW STUFF IT'S MPOSSIBi.6 70 REMEMBER WHATMACHIN6 THEY WIRl CNJ MB OIS/OJ TALK Like: VILLAGE MY NAME SO BILL PRESERVED 'SHAPER STAKTEP HIS EGAD,CHI61= HOW.' PALEFACE PAY HOMASE TO REDSKIN' FOR HEAP; BIG HE-ROIC , Deeo OP ViV FRISWT6MIMS BEAR/you SET THE HAppy MONICKER THAT TOTEM POLE MUG? HE'S LAUGH I MS ABOUT AS MUCH AS A BUZZARD THAT MISSED BREAKFAST." JSOPID1--BOV, WHAT WONDERFUL MEMORIES, WH«T AN' HIM SELUN' CANpy BARS OUT OF HIS LOCKEI?.' THAT MEAM Kie eov.' ME HEP TO Jive/ A5 30LLY ASA SPRAINED THE CAREER "SHAPER* •«I;'!,S r i,"khttr PONT WORRY 'gOUT ME, WELKIN! f-OLLOW- IN6THE EVENING PEIZFCXWWiCE AT THE THEATER EOT THI? AWIP FKOM VENUS LAU6H* MELT HE)?.}HE/1CT WITH LIN69FK3M PCMEO! I CAN'T 6KOUND YOU AS LOH6 te Von DONT TAKE f-l^ft Head Courier News Classified Ada TRUSSES Spring or Elastic Abdominal Belts Kirby Drug Stores Parts and Supplies * for All Cars, Trucks and Tractors S S 5 WHOLESALE 111 Nort* Broadway rk»* 4.'i11 and 4512 For Batter Plumbing, SELECT CRANE & STANDARD FIXTURES Earl Walker Plumbing & Gas Fitting 418 South Lake Phone 3553 OWN YOUR HOME! Some Builders Build Just Houses, But We Have Built You a Home! THREE beautiful Brick homes to choose from. Built of the very best materials throughout. Larse Lifetime Genev» kltcheni. Forced Air Central heating systems. Partially Air Conditioned. Tiled Baths, equipped with American Standard colored fixtures. Insulated walls and ceilings. These houses have 2 bedrooms and den or can be used conveniently as 3 bedrooms. Car ports or attached garage, targe landscaped lots on paved streets. Located at 504 Hardin Street, 1104 & 1108 North Fifth Street in Country Club Area Addition. Open for Inspection Sunday 2 to 6 P.M. Week days by appointment. See or Call Johnny Marr or Russell Marr Realtors and Builders Phone 4111 Res. Phone 2596 FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Staff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant - Promised Land Massacxs Mbuntakis by Frank C.Robertson xxn WAITING, with his best friend's life at stake, took more out of Pete Morrison than any amount of physical activity could have done, but he forced himself to be patient nearly an hour before he dared move around the cabin where he icould venture even a glance. His jfirst look was discouraging. Herb Painter was pacing slowly up and down in front of a door in the end of S strongly built log cabin. Since most of the other buildings were of adobe it was evidenl that this one had been built to serve as a jail. Pete began to make a wide circle that finally brought him to the other side of the building he wanted to reach. He was now within a few feet of the guard, and he had been able to inspect the back and two sides of the building. There wasn't a window visible. If there was one it was in the end of the building beside the door. He couldn't make any attempt to find out for sure if Nate ,was inside, for the guard eoult ihear much more easily than could (anyone inside. ' The time had come to act. How :much more difficulty he woulc 'have after disposing of the guarc he didn't know, and if succcssfu ]he would have to have lime to" gain 'distance before daybreak. '. He crept to the corner of the ''building and listened. Painter swore suddenly, and jPete's heart sank. But instead o 'having discovered Pete the fellow •had only discovered that he wa out of chewing tobacco. "I'm Ronna slip over an' gi some," the man muttered, am Pete heard him hurrying away. He would be back soon, but a soon as the other building obscure, him Pete stepped around and in •spected the front of the cabin There was one small window barred by heavy strips of iron w.xon-tiro. The door wns fastened UGMT lm »T *fi stance, tire. Pete knocked gently on the door nd called out softly. "Nate, can ou hear me?" He heard what eemed to be a faint rustle, then he murmur of a voice, but no re- tly to him. He repeated, "Nate re you in there?" "Yes. Who's that?" came the eply. "Pete, Keep quiet and be ready." "I'm chained." "Never mind. Keep quiet." ITEBB PAINTER was coming *•*• back. Swiftly Pete crossed the pace between the two buildings and flattened himself against the ither. Painter was moving hurriedly back to his post, and, as he passed, Pete stepped out and itruck viciously. Painter fell vithout a sound. Swiftly Pete turned the man over and went through his pockets. No key. Zad Barnes himself probably had the key. Pete hurried over and exam- -ned the door. It seemed that thi only chance to break the lock wa: o shoot it, and that would arouse the post. He might have risked i lad not Nate been in chains. He lad to get in silently or admit fail ure and he would never be given another chance. He called to Nate, "I've knockei out the guard, but I can't get in Can you suggest anything?" "Yes. Get away from here an< try to get Betty out of the hand of these fiends." "Betty Is all right. She's will friends. I got there soon after yo: "Then get out before they hea You can't do anything fo you. me,'' Wilkinson said. There's an Indian boy In here i\\.h me. Maybe he knows, but—" "Where does Barnes sleep, Wal- r?" Pete interrupted. Walter replied, "In the big room t the angle, right side." "Hold tight," Pete answered. I'll find him." "You fool," Nate almost shouted, you'il only get yourself killed." 3ETE was already on his way. He •*- knew that Nate, was probably ight, but he couldn't abandon his riend now without trying every ossible chance to save him. He ad hoped to avoid the danger of lat open court, but now it had to e invaded. He came up on it from the end pposite the dining room just as a luarter moon came from behind cloud. By its light he saw an ndian squatted in front of Cass's oor, right where he had once be- ore knocked another Indian cold. 5ut he had come upon that fellow •om behind, and this one was fac- ng him. Even if he got past the Indian unseen he still had Zad "arnes to deal with, arid if the n*i's door was latched on the inside i» would ie impossible to get to him with- sut arousing ihe whole post. While it might be possible for him to slip up on the drowsy Indian guard and overpower him, .he man would be sure to awaken and there would be a split second n which the red-skinned sentinel could give an alarm. Even a sharp command of silence under the threat of death might not work, because the Indian might not understand. Perhaps he could not speak English. The possibility of distracting the Indian was equally out of the question. A distraction meant noise, and noise meant an alarm. There was only one chance of success in getting (o Zad Barnes and taking away the keys to Nate's prison. Boldness was the only choice. It .<as dark enough that the Indian, if he happened to DC sleepy, might mistake Pete for one of Zad's men coming in on business. Pete drew I'll find a bar and try to pr these wagon-tires of! the windov if I have to, but it'll be noisy. D rou know who has the keys?" "Barnes But you can't—" ' coming in on business. l j cte arcw "If I knew where he «l«ps— a long breath and walked straight Television— Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT. Memphis. Channel 5 FRIDAY NIGHT, JULY 10 6:00 The Goldbergs 6:30 Playhouse 7:00 Doorway to Danger 1:30 Talent Patrol 8:00 Cavalcade of Sports 8:30 Greatest Fights of Century 8:45 Big Playback 9:00 The Doctor 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Tonight in Sporta 9:55 Weather 10:00 Names the Same 10:30 Four Star Playhouse 11:00 News 11:05 Masquerade Party 11:35 Film Featurette 12:05 News 12: :10 Sign Off "Another letter from camp! He's out of flashlight batteries and comic books—do you suppose there's a connection between the two?" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS SHARES A ROOM WITH ANOTHER. WOKKIN6 SIRL, PAT DAWSO4- BACK! ALL DAY , ON THE DOSS Hit ^ AMDOfJLY. PAT' J THREE TIPS/ /DON'T NEB WORK (N A BFfrNERY— U DEE DA/ / BBEAKFWT/I'ULCALL J is ABOUT IMR. BARLOW. f PATRICIA , TDUR A6E / FRECKLES Mcgoosey.Twe BOY I MET THE OTHER. DAY, CAVE IT" TO ME/ MENTIONED HfWINS SEEM, , IT IN A WINDOW.' WHATHAPPENEDTO WU yESTEKOAYAYrfHATRE VOU DOIN... AFTERNOON, ZIP, DEAR? VDU WSHED/ PKflNS AGAIN?/ If OUT WITHOUT MEETING MV < WU Mffl KNOW. I H» GUESTS... ) M APPOINTMENT WITH I WORRIED \ A CLIENT/ 5A?OUTTOU/> 9:15 9:30 10:00 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:15 12:25 3:00 3:30 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:10 10:15 10:30 11:30 12:00 12:05 SATURDAY, JULY 11 News and Meditation Film Featurette Big Top Pride of Southland Mr. Wizard Nature of Things Pre-Game Warm-Up Cleveland at Chicago Cowboy G-Man Super Circus Aldrich Family Dote With Judy Strike It Rich My Hero Amateur Hour Sat. Night Revue Range Rider Lone Ranger Juniper Junction Abbott & Costello News Weather Film Featurette Wrestling Talent Scout News Sign Off Poor quality sunglasses can damage eyesight by distorting vision or by failing to shut out ultraviolet and Infrared light rays. • Puppies • • parakeets • Kittens • Canaries • • Tropical Fish • — All Pet Supplies — The PET SHOP Mrs. N. G. Jerome 133 S. Division Ph. 8075 KILL JOHNSON GRASS with Sodium Chlorate, 99% pore! Fir* treated for dry application. $12.50 per 1M Ibi. A. H. WEBB CULVERT TILE CO. (Ilway 61. Stale Line Ph. (414 I'll have to flnd out." with > mMsive chain and padlock.1 "Wait « minute," Nitt lacross the court, uid.l (T« B« OoUoutd) RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired ' • Flo Tested « Re-cored ALL WORK Guaranteed Grovers Body & Radiator Shop Ml Cl. Uki An. Ph*. «M1 THAT'S "— RIGHT. DEAR! THIS ONE'S SO MODSRN IT I3NT EVEN FINISHED YET! OH, WALDO! HOW DO YOU FIND THESE TERRIBLE ROADS? \INlLE VC WP LOUIE THE LETTERBOX SEEK SELLS AT THE AMUSEMENT PARK, THESULTKV5HOIV®Kl_ KEEPS W APPOINTMENT AT THE CRAZY HOUSE. NO WONPEK BRAIN £ OAM9LINS LAY-OUT HAS NEVER SEEN KMPEP/ NIX ON BLOW1N3 W SKIRT Ulf SATAN.- 5KWN WANTS TO SOt ME. SO HOW ASOUT TUKNIN8 THE GAS JET* OFF LONS . ENOUOH FOR WE TO *O N! - IT VVOUU7 TAKE THE COPS HALF-A-PAVrO FINP IT EVEN APTEK. THEY GOT HERE THEV'LL NEVER G6T AWAY THRU THAT JUNGLE! DOMT D/M?6 TRY TO USB TH 1 TRML OR TH RIVER TO ESCAPE! YEAH, We SOT'EM CORNERED IU A POCKET. IT WDM'T BE LOWS MOW KEHLER AMP McKE_ CANT BE LOST k LOT Of ROOD WHERE WE JUMPED 'Eto THREE DAYS AGO I RAR. TO THE I? NORTHWEST OF PALEWBAWS. ..BUT SOME- THA'S RIGHT, CAP'Nj fHING'S GOT/ AND I KNOW THOSE < AN INJUN WHO JEDSKINS SUFFNJOED! HIGHER'N A> TREE, HE SAID IT WAS,...SQUALLED LIKE A BWTHER WITH HIS TAIL IN A CRACK.' WELL, COURSE I'M NO LEARNED MAN, .._,„,,., Of SCIENCE A3 ( HKUMPH YOU OBVIOUSLY ARE.... PBOBABLYNO MYSTERY AT WLfRE CHECKING ON \ ALL, CAPTA1N- THS MYSTERY OF THE ) JUST SOME GREAT SPIRIT OF /SUPERSTITION THE BUBBLING MUD, EH? WITH NO BASIS IN FACT! . HOW COME YER DRAWIN' IT UP SO HIGH? YES A SHARP LI'L CLUCK, CICERO... YAK i , ,_ YIPE... PUT M; DOWN... QUICKC BUGS, VJILLYOU BOOST ME UP 5O 1 CAN PRAW A PICTURE OF THAT BULLY. BUTCH JONES, OU TH'FENCE? CAN'T RUB IT OPF, LIKE HE ALWAYS HOWDY . BE. NOW. O'CLOCK NOON SWR&tt

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