The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1953 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 24, 1953
Page 11
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FRIDAY, TOLY w, isss OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Koopl* A <3UV WITH AKJEW SM HELPER ALWAYS THIMKS ITS A PAMDV TIME TO LEAKN A LAM6UAGE AW SETS TH' SUY gACK LEASMIN' OURS. VASS MOX DU, CARL? VASS LOHSE MIT ? YOURS WITH we /HARDI SRASFACe ~WITH EACH OF .'f YOJ NEEDN'T ^t^Kiy 171^'-'C'* I H'7 CHrnrAHi MFLKITERS V MA30R, opeRATiN 1 WITH HOW ABOUT ALL the STOPS/ DUMPIES OPEN--HE'S / 60M6CUST HARDER THAM./ \ CMTHS f A3AIL ^-4 \TABLE ?/ ,AMD YOU'LL TKU5T tOO OF COURSE THE HANDICAPPED ANP ONTO pwuwty EOCKET -^ *"" • " r \ r ** ~r r - TI i'-i 1 ar" r* T fzyyoua .../HELLO eONNA F16URE THfrOVTl d Courier News Classified Ads. Television— The bald eagle is not actually bald. After it is several years old, the feathers of the head become shining white, giving a bald appearance. TRUSSES Spring or Elastic Abdominal Belts Kirby Drug Stores High Quality Low Prices RADIATOR WORK Layer Mash Layer Pelleta EC; Pelleti Chick Starter Grower Mask Scratch Feed Sngarine 16% aDiry Wayne 16". 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PER IM- S S—^KSTAfOCe I 1 * Grovers Body & Radiator Shop Phe. 6981 FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell Tkat Stuff Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant- Promised Land Tonite, Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis, Channel 5 FRIDAY NIGHT, JULJT 24 6.00 The Goldbergs 6:30 Playhouse 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 Reporter 9:45 Tonight In Sport* 9:55 Weather 10:00 Name the Song 10:30 Pour Star Playhouso 11:00 News 11:05 Masquerade Party 11:35 Film Featurette 12:05 News 12:10 Sign OH "Let's play French Foreign Legion—I'm trying to forget my mother!" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 1 NEED ir / DESPERATELY/ $itaxgtii>MwiM'ft , ' ZIP. ..I'M TIRED OF HANGING AROUND CENTEK-%3 *r VILLE. THERE'S NOTHING HERE FOR ME! I'VE HAD A, VERy.COOD OFFER ,JN CHICAGO. PJ LIKE A FOOL, I LOST YOU OMCE BEFORE, BUT NEVER A6AIN.' YOU'RE THE ONLY WOMAN I EVE? CARED A THINS ABOUT/I'p OO ANYTH1N6 TO HAVE YOU.' SATURDAY, JULY 25, 10SS Massacre Mountains Frank C.Robertson by xxxry jpETE MORRISON couldn't his gun without danger of kill- jing Walter. He thrust the gun back (into the holster and drew his own ! knife as he rushed to the boy's rescue, but Juan Chee was already 'back inside the tent, and Pete saw .his purpose. There was someone living helpless inside the tent he intended to destroy, or use a knife at the throat to bargain for his own life. Pete yelled. knew Betty was here, but I never dreamed that you were." He was too bewildered to even try to understand things just then. Before cutting the girls loose he stepped outside the tent to make It was something Nate had come on with his men to make an attack on Two Rivers. jThat accounted for the shooting which he had been unable to understand. But not knowing what it was he had had no choice except to travel on and try to overtake Pete finally found his voice. "I Juan Chee. He certainly couldn't regret having done so. He told them then how he and Walter had tried to dispose of Zad Barnes, and how they had seen and followed Juan Chee. "1 didn't even know if Barnes sure none of the Mexicans werejwas dead," he said with a glance still dangerous. Only one remained toward Cass. alive, and he would not be that! Betty said, he had never done in a fight, but it was torn out of him: half warning, half in dismay He| lunged frantically, driving his shoulder into Walter's Back, but jknocking the Navajo off balance. i Juan Chee sprawled sideways way long. irectly Juan He returned then and cut the girls loose, and assisted them to rise. "I like Betty," Cass said, "but i never want to be that close to her again." 'If I understood cor- Chee wasn't sure 8:15 9:30 10:00 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:15 12:25 2:30 3:00 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:* 10:00 10:10 10:15 10:30 11:30 12 : 00 12:05 News mid Meditation Film Featurette Big Top Pride of Southland Film Featurette Film Fealurette Pre-Game Warm - Up Philadelphia at Chicago Cowboy G-Men Supper circus Matinee Varieties Soundstage Dale With Judy Strike It Rich My Hero Amateur Hour Saturday Night Revue Range Rider Lone Ranger Jun JU-iction Big Picture News Weather Sports R' .dup Wrestling Talent Scouts T ews Sign Off r.j?y I'M CERTAINLY RELIEVED TO I JUST MOT ICED WE'VE GOT TWO FLAT TIRES WOTTA YOU MEAN, VOU WANT A TICKET TO "REENY5 HEAMUMOBW ? PUNNO WHW 1WRE TALKING ABOUT THIS HERE RIPE WE6 VOU ACKOSS THE PAY, OVE* THE CITV 5AVE IT! tt\ A PAL\ 1 PONT OF THE LATB NICK RDLLOW 5TAFB*. ANP IT'$ /YA.WAC HSY. EW7IE. THERE'S^ KEEMVfe MISHTV ' AGUVA5KIN6TO /WUN6RV FOR NEWS: SEE REENy...£AYS) ABOUT WHAT | HE'SAPftLOF /HAPPENED ID NICK.. SKIN& HIM AKOUNR NICKfe.,, I'LL TAKE CARE r- —' OP HIM. £g^ i-*4 against the wall _of the tent and down his right leg, but Juan Chee had not been able to cripple him. went down, but Pete and Walter fell with him. Juan Chee twisted like was characteristic of Betty either, but he thought he was." Pete replenished the fire, and j cooked breakfast from the Mex- i leans' ample supply of food He I was still badly worried. The news ] that Nate might still be at Two I Rivers had removed a mountain 1 of worry from his shoulders. He over Walter to see how badly be was hurt. He had several slashes that her first act was to bend had deliberately shut his mind to (snake until Walter was pinned be- Pete went out and dragged the lithe dead Mexican out of the fire. andjWHAT at- I ** the question of how to restore Betty to her father, while still on the. trail, preferring to solve that problem when he came to it. rolling the four bodies together.l worried him now was Cass. How was he going to MEYER & CHILES ENGINEERS P.O. Box 778 1st National Bank Bldg. Blytheville, Ark. J, W. Meyer Blytheville, Ark. Phones Office 22G1 Res. 8C67 R.L 'Bob' Chiles Osccola. Ark. Phone 991 Professional Engineer License No. 333 LOOK! \OKKYjBOYS..THEY'RE C>EM->,OR. MOW THEY / SUM WHERE CLOSE! YELLEC;! /HELMET! / egee.v FOOT OP n» OH,R»zy, YOU'RE A x DEAR...AND WE REALLY MUST RUN, :neath him, and looked up at Pete.icovered them with a blanket. The|tel) her that he had been con|For a moment Pete looked into the|girls. one* they had got the tNavajo's black, expressionless eyes ithat seemed somehow hypnotic, then he saw the long blade Juan cramps out of their muscles, pro- vinced that she was guilty of the bases' betrayal? There were still Chee was driving at his neart. Ikind of business. Pete caught the Navajo's [ore-, "You'll be all right now," she ceeded to bandage up Walter's|many matters about that which he wounds. Cass was adept at thatlcouldn't understand. And. if he had been all wrong, what were their relations going to be in the future? If she hadn't (arm with his left hand and checkedlsmiled at the boj. the force of the thrust, but the Pete was trying to figure thingsisold out to Zad Barnes then he Jfl'i'knife-point bit into his flesh near-tout. If Cass had betrayed him, sh<^ must consider thai she probably y, -* an inch. Then, striking cross-iwouldn't be here now (handed over his own arm he drove! Betty asked. "Where Is my fath- his knife deep, deep into the In- " ""-- J:j -" u - still expected to marry him. Cer- tainlj she could have come to Two er? Why didn't he come with Rivers in the first place for no dian's breasL Juan Chee relaxed you?" lother reason, with a hissing gasp. "1 haven't seen him, Betty, but] Did be want to marry her? He Pete scrambled up and rolled|wherever he is, he is trying to findlhad been in love with her a good the Navajo of! of Walter His anx-tyou," imany years. She was beautiful and iety lest the boy be terribly hurl subsided when he saw Walter's grm. He turned then to give his attention to Betty, and what he saw gave him the start of his life She "But he was at Two Rivers," she said. ,"1 understand enough Spanish to know thai Juan Chee told the Mexicans my father ano rou He couldn't help contrasting net had attached Two Rivers, captured with Betty: a gir 1 who had lived to back to Cass Deanl tightly were they trussed, but they were hot gagged. Cass was llrsl to attractive, and possessed a culture that would make her at home in any society the place, and killed Zad Barnes. mosl of her life in the crudesl kind was there all right, but tied back That is why Juan Chee was In of frontter and who had associated such a hurry to get us Into Mexico. Neither girl could move, so He told the others ther« wa« no with the worst of outlaws Only by th* difficulty speak She said, "I had you'd t* along." chance to get any more slavey outjhad Betty laugh' herscU tc eve (hat Cass and I would bring a biglrcad. She knew absolutely nolh- (celingjprirc." i Pete couldn't doubt now ing of thr outside world that, (T* Be Continued) Television SERVICE ANY MAKE PA Systemi for Sale or Rent PHILCO FACTORY SERVICE Daylock 7 ^ N. Highway 61 rh S172 KILL JOHNSON GRASS with Sodium Chlorate, SfK'c pure! Fine treated for dry application. tl2.H> per IM Ibl A. H. WEBB C5II-VERT TH.E CO. Rlway II, 8UU Llm Fb. M14 OOP IM TROUBLE? BUT YELP.. AM' FOOZY TH' / FOR THERE'S 5O WIZER'LL COME RUMNIN' r\ LITTLE TIME BY GADFRY, BOY, I'M \f,OU r RUM OUTA* MUMBO-. IUMBO! I DUINMO HOW MUCH LONGER WE CAM STALL OFF THESE J v-, INJUNS! T^-, 1 ' i •:. . ;.' vi •,, ••* s /i^..,'\ \ / ji i ^ b \\~ IL*s !•$•* • T:35W w FIVE TO FOUK "V - V TO U6 OSt WtS? CfVB\K>

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