By J. R. William* SD AY, JULY 28, 1958 BOARDING HOUSE — with Major HoopU OUT OUR WAY IT MUST Be JUST TOO DRBAM.Y, MARRIKJ TO A HAPPV goy UKe HARVey. MRS. BARTER.' TELL MA3OR VJEOT TO H6L6INSFOR5 TO SET SAMPLES OP POTS HAS A COI4- TRACT TO TEST THEM <2N NEISMBOR- HOOD INISECT LIFE HANG OKI TO THAT BIRD TILL J 6ETMY BEEATH BACK-HE THUMBEP THIS RIPE; THAT WOOD'S LOOKS <3OOC» TOM6,TOC>, BUT WE CAN'T DESEET THIS KINDLY SOUL, CAM WET RVEV MID AT BREAKFAST TrlAT1MS MAJOR BE1MS.OM VACATION REMINDED HIM OF WHEN H6 WAS TREED 8V A BULL, AND AFTER A WHILE TriS SllUL WEliT AWAY/ — THWKINS OP SOME THE 600P SAMAEITAM OUR ONLY CHANCE Vj TO USE THE E/MEKbENO' SHIP AT THE RANETEEE. •5PACEPOET. ITS FUELEP AND I PONT KNOW... WE CM TRY SEVERAL TWIN&fr.. A1AV&E ONE OF '6M WILL WOK*:.' _ .... A*WZA WE'LL O Illf H AvE TO TEV FEOM CRA4HIH& IN THAT PUN/WAY d Courier News Classified Ads. 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Chronographs and automatics not included. 3 Day Service Thompson CJu JEWELER Nexl Door to W:nle Fnrn l (AlK.)' COURIER NEWS FACE SEV2NTMH ALL WORK Guaranteed Grovers Body & Radiator Shop 5M Cl. Lake Aie Pho. 6981 FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant - Promised Land Massacre Mbuntains by Frank C.Robertson lAnj'way, the time had come to act. He arose from behind the shelter of the tent and stepped to one jside, as Walter stepped to the /other side. "Hands up!" he ordered tersely. The Mexicans wer caught com- XXXIII i They had just gained that point Pletely by surprise. They whirled. P ETE MORRISON could not al- when one of the men got up and saw on| y two men - and went tor ford to Dunele now for ne thrcw more deaa lumper branchesl'nwr weapons. In their trade they mi-ht never "e" n °lheV chance "" ^ Bre. The flame leaped highjknew they could expect no mercy, "rfrsl we eet our elves Bors ^^!almost reaching them in ifcf rircleiand they were men of courage .he told Walter. ' of light. Pete saw a dark Mexican: this battle no quarter would Let me get hackamores," Wai- fac ntl na „,,,,„ Vete* r'e°. U ^hadn't expected .ter pleaded. I m wake anyway Indian. I not aUer apparentlyi nad „,,,,„. jrighL There seemed . thrM tnem to surrender At their first Pete allowed himself to be suaded- He impressed upon ter that getting ackamores the one thing to be done and that Walter must not do Anything to , th n AemmK on the ground; be per- u rest iessly as they were n Wal-. disturb( , dg (he ^ rh / (ourth , assured that 1he flre would . burn untj| morning< telurned to wake up the C£mp. Pete waited vn a cold sweat for p . ;half an hour before Waiter oobbcd his blankets. hostile move ne fired, and thi man who had replenished the fire fell face directly across it Pete fired again before one of the desperadoes could fire a shot and a second man crumpled He knew that Waiter was firing wildly and (up in front of him The ooy was It was a powerful temptation for try to get inside the tent probably missing every shot Betty There was ut- and ;t , doubt tna , she would laden with ropes and nackamore5.| harld and (oot u 1 think, said Walter • there are four sound. Pete gathered that ia men. They all sleep tna( cou|d be fata , , o h , c p , anl Both ?ete and Walter were larmed with revolvers and knives. boy had had an inner struggle tO|H wou)d Mve M mmpumtion pull trigger, and i keep from trying to knife them bflut am the men u th „. to miss. """eir sleep. Fortunately, it seemed the re- maming Mexicans -e as excited af Walter, and at least Walter was iawalten „„ she mi nt cry out and drawing the fire of one of them away from Pete. Pete took two steps forward. Bring as rapidly as he could cock the hammer and didn't' mean see if we can find some horses lust in case anything does go wrong." They circled widely around tl.e camp and presently came upon the isted. and be knew that Walter 1 Jwould b'e anxious to kill whether TTIS next shot sent the man who could ; take no chances on a debacle because of premature action. It seemed to him the night had become darker, but b> the diminish- was shooting at Walter reeling. A shot exploded in his own , ing light of the flre he could «ee the men stirring restlessly. It band of horses, several of which ; were hobbled. They had no diflV . culty catching these, and Pete , d ^ -, ^p,^,,,,. managed to rope two of the Best! h ° ua d „, ^ them in th looking horses in the remuaa., ^ , , h were s i ecplng , They caught flve in all. and took,^' F them along the back trail for a quarter of a mile and tied them up. Pete vetoed Walter's wish to try in '.heir up to It anyway, and there was too much danger of arousing someone The right time, he believeo. was mst to slaughter the men sleep. He wasn't quite J before dawn. The men probably (would wake up then, and could be ""'"."n't there' i caught while, still sluggish with 5 ' | sleep. ' \ The thing he wanted to be sure tof was getting closer to the small Then, as the stars began to fade a grayish light began to creep over the world. The time was near. Suddenly one of the men «at up, stretched, and spoke ? word i Spanish the of "-.rs. One bv one they rolled out of their blankets and approached the fire They face, so dose that the powder struck Into his skin with the smart of hot grease, but the bullet missed. He heard a yell from Walter, but was too Intent on the man facing him to turn. His shot caucht the man in the chest and the fellow spun around oo hii heels. Pete whirled to see 11 Walter was hit, and saw the boy clinging to the back o( a man like a scratchir iitten on a dog. The man was Juan Chee. The Navajo bad been sleeping inside the tent! Now he .was holding Walter's knife nam wrist across nls shoulder (they used plenty of time creeping; one awful moment wondered it they nad been by the Waiter •-but'juan Chee ha - ving dr °PP ed hl « «" n and re " sorted to the more familiar weapon, but without a chance to use it, while Juan Chee was reaching Pete backward with his free hand and apparently cutting Walter's flying Itcnt than the outlaws were, and pursuit ol ths wronp larty But it legs to ribbons. The tall Navajo wasn't possible. Juan Chee mieht had drawn the boy clear oft bis iin until they could almost reach have turned oB someplace, but lect. out and touch u, 'Betty nad to t>* insid* that 1*01.1 (To Bt Continued) Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 5 THURSDAY NIGHT, JULY 23 6:00 Best of Oroucho 6:30 TV Theatre 7:00 Dragnet 7:30 Theatre 8:00 Martin Kane 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:00 My Little Margie 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Tonight in Sports 9:o5 Weather 10:00 Playhouse of Stars 10:30 Arthur Murray 11:00 News 11:05 Industry on Parade 11:20 It's News To Me 11:50 News 12:00 Sign Off FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1953 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Ding Dong School 8:30 Prologue to Future 9:00 Hawkins Foils 9:15 The Bennetts .9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Shoping At Home 10:15 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Arthur Godfrey 11:00 Story] and 11:15 Guiding Light 11:30 Garry Moore 12:00 Meditation 12:10 News 12:20 Farm News 12:30 Homemnkers Program 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Welcome Travelers 2:00 On Your Account 2:30 Ladies Choice 3:00 Atom Squad 3:15 Gitbby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Ber) Olswanger 4:30 Industry on Parade 4:45 Hartoons 5:00 Flicker Comics 5:15 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Eddie Fisher ":45 News Cnravnn 6:00 The Goldbergs 6:30 Pi. ouse 7:00 Doorway to Danger 7:30 Talent Patrol 8:00 Calvacade of Sports 8:30 Greatest Fights of Century 9:00 Wonderful John Acton 9:30 News eporter 9:45 Tonight in Sports ' "i5 Weather 10:00 Names the Same 10:30 Four Star Playhouse 11:00 News 11:05 Masquerade Party 11:35 Film Feature'.'.e 12:05 News 12:10 Sign Off SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1953 9:15 News and Meditation 9:30 Film F lurette 10:00 Big Top 11:00 Pride of Southland 11:30 Film Fenturette 12:00 Film Fc-tur,' e 12:15 Pre-Game Warm-Dp 12:25 ^hllftdelphia at Chicago 2:30 Cowboy G-Men 3:00 Super Circus 4:00 Mntlnee Varitles 4:30 Souudstage 5:00 Date With Judy 5:30 Stri'-e It Rich 6:00 My Hero 6:30 Amateur Hour 1:00 Saturday Night Eevue 8:00 Range Rider 8:30 Lone Ranger 9:00 Jun • Junction 9:?- Big Picture 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Sports Rr idup 10:30 Wrestling 11:30 Talent Scouts 12:00 T ews 12:05 Sign Off "If he wants to bless ball players, that's hi* business— besides he always falls asleep between third base and • "- field!" FRICKLIS AND HIS FRIINDI CN«Y, I'M AFRAID WELL. HAVE TO SO EASY I'M SHORT ON CASH I MONEY THINS .' I'D UKE TOO OUST AS f*UO« IP TOO wene poo*. AND PW4NM.1S*— HOJKTW/ WELL HAVE TO CALL OFF OUR. DATE FOR TONIGHT, THOUGH— 1 JUST REMEMBERED I HAVE LOADS OF IROMIMG TO CATCH UPON/ Copr. 1953 bjr NEA Sertict, Inc. T. M. Ri How DID I esr LATCHED THIS MERRr- 60-ROUNDj NOTHING SERIOUS. MRS. BARLOW HAS A'HEAVY COLO. ..SHE ;EMS TO BE RUN-DOWN. 10 BE RUN-OOWN TOO, IF I HAD TO PUT UP / OH, NO, WITH ZIP BARLOW/ I HEW? THAT HE'S >—' THELMA.' fOU AWOE A CALL AT THE BARLOWS; SEEN STEPPING'OUT WITH SOME CAFE CUTIE/ POO£ JOAN .,. SHE'S TO NICE/ AND SHE'S OBVIOUSLY SO CRAZV ABOUT HIA\/ LITTLE JOM115 IN TOO M*T ALEASU6...I.OXJlOTAtt ZIP AWkY FROM HiR IN A MINUTE* IWWTCO TO... MAYBE IT WOULO it FUN TO TO/ KILL JOHNSON GRASS with Soittnm Chlorate, 94% P>re.' Fine treated for dr; application. II2.50 per IM Ibi. A. H. WEBB CULVERT TILE CO. niway (11. OUt. Llm fh M14 THAT'S ONE THING i DON'T LIKE ABOUT CAMPING-... SO MANY FLIES! f ANVBODY SEE THOSE 7TROLJT FLIES WE CYPRESS *PKIN66 AWU5EWENT PARK., VIC WASTES KiO TIME. ..HERE CAN IJTRY THE SEAPLANE HIKE AS«JHT-\K1RE CONCESSION IP STAPES WAS HOOKEP up WITH THIS OUTFIT; IT'S A FAIR PET KEENY WAS, TOO. _„*>*-•».*/•'-»"•'HERE 60E5.I TR.S TO OUTWIT RUAi \ DON'T TELL MB WHW CAUT ICWJ'T HOPE TO OOi SOWSTHIW6 DISTRKCTED HIM... GECKO'S GMOG PROBfivBLVl THEV MUST'vE HEKED WU SHOUT, WJP ^EE COMM6 OU THE RUkl '. M-LEY'S IN TROUBLE >:'./ /COUSIN OOOLM V PR WONMUG THEM I. GUES5 VOU'LL HAVE TO TfcKE FOOZY... TOE WIZEE'S CN VACATION! BUT DON'T BE MJNRMH>, ' DEAR! MY OLD M\N / WELL, FOR\ MAXES <*. 1OLEKf\BLE ( HDM/EN'S SUBSTITUTE ... PK6TTY \ SAXE/^ - TRICKY KJY, EH? .S^-. "lif^?^ **)*&- ^ M -i'iii:! :W \*r^??•'<"•;''^~\? ZOUNDS/ THE ENTRANCE IS SURE TO BE GLJARDEP, AND THERE IS NO OTHER. WAY OF ESCAPE UNLESS... A PELICIOUS MEAL., ^ ~ tf GUV'NOR! UNFORTUNATELY, I SEEM TO HAVE DISPLACED MY WALLET; REIMBURSE VOU ON MY NEXT VISIT.'...
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