The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 8, 1955 · Page 17
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8,19B8 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAOE SEVENTEEN OUR IOARDING HOUSI — with Mojor HoopU FOR eveev FAMILY (i isl THs WORLD/ UrA.' THIS we 1 * " n OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams I'VE ALWAYS WANTEP 1b PLff A STOP Tb THESE D£lNKtM<3 FOUNTAIN ACROBATS / ALLOW we, I THANKS, CHUM/ IHAMKS, 5AM. MAYBE Wt'LL HAVEA CHANCt To TRY (TOUT/ Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel 5 Tuesday N'ight, Feb. 8 6:15 News Reporter 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Cam van 7:00 Milton Eerie 8:00 Flrrside Theatre •' 8:30 Circle Thetre D;QO Truth or Consequences 9:30 The Falcon 10:00 I Married Joan 10:30 News ( 10:40 \Vcalher 10:45 Clete Roberta 11:00 Tonight 12:00 Sign Off Wednesday, Feb. I 6:50 Meditation 7:00 Today 7:25 Weuther 7:30 Today 7:55 Memphis Today 8:00 Today 8:25 Memphis Today 8:30 Today 8:55 Exercises with Cathy 9:00 Dlnij Dong School 8:30 Storyland 9:45 Shoppliu; at Home 10:00 Home Show 11:OD Tennessee Emit Ford 11:30 Feather Your Nest 12:00 News 12:15 Farm News 12:30 TV Movie Matinee 1:00 Way or the World . 1:15 Charm with Cathy 1:30 HomemakerB Program 2:00 Greatest Gift 2:15 Golden Windows 2:30 One Man's Famtlf 2:45 concerning Miss Marlowe , 3:00 Hawkins Falls ' 3:15 First Love 3:30 World or Mr. Sweeney 3:45 Modern Romance* 4:00 Pinky Lee Show 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 captain Video 5:15 Interesting Person 5:25 Weatherman 5:20 Superman 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News Reporter 0:30 Eddie Fisher 6-45 News Caravan 7:00 Cisco Kid 7:30 Favorite Story 8:00 TV Theatre 9:00 This Is Your Life 8:30 Mr. District Attorney 10:00 Norby — color 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10.45 Clete Roberts ll:00 Tonight ... 11:00 Tonight Wnnu Channel 18 Tuesday Nieht, Feb. 8 6:00 Western Theatre . «:lS weather 5:20 News 8:25 Do You Know Why fl;30 DOUB Edwards 8:45 Jo Stariord 7:00 Disneyland 8:00 Waterfront 8:30 Theatre Guild 9:^0 Danny Thoma* 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Danger 10:15 Late Show Wednesday, Feb. S 7:00 Morning Show 8:55 News , 0:00 Garry Moore 9:30 Arthur Godfrey 10:30 Strtke It Rich 11:00 Valiant Lady 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12:00 News 12:05 Kitchen Magic 12:30 Welcome Traveler 1:00 The Personal Touch 1:15 Robert Q. Lewis 1:30 House Party 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Lady or the House 2:45 Bob Crosby ' 3:00 Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Portia Faces Life 4:15 Early Show 5:25 Amy Vanderbllt 5:30 Mars Patrol 6:^ Hartoontlme 6:15 Weather 6:21 News 6:25 Do You Know Why 8:30 Doug Edwards 6.45 Perry Como 7:00 Godfrey & Friends 8:00 The Millionaire 8:30 I've Got A Secret 9:00 Blue Ribbon Bouts 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Late Show TRUSSES EXPERTLY 1 FITTED 2 price KIRBY DRUGSTORES At Tht First Sign—Get BOB'S GYPSY RUB LINIMENT New Awnings—Awning Kcpair Phone 3 - 4-2-9-3 SMITH AWNING CO. (Formerly Ford Awninf Co.) Paint Closeout Many Types and Colors \ Price Hubbard Hardware WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 different itemi in stock! HUBBARD HARDWARE MERCHANTS LUNCH-75f SOUTHERN STYLE CRACKLIN' BREAD SERVED DAILY "Mom" Rice's Home Made Pies Italian Spaghetti — Chicken & Dumplings DRIVE IN RAZORBACK COPYRIGHT 1954 BY FRANK GKUBEK. DISTRIBUTEO IT HCA SIKVICt, IMC rlr ilollr 11 (It ,_ llu-y truer Alh-f Ciiin- finihdl inivmi'iitjt nil n cheiin rotif. slir tinxn'l rnniiKh tn cover the llcht, hll( »hr Riven them • l»:,,ik. nlini>cd Ilkr n Konnc, In 4T>miir.h In covi-r Iht 917 nhc !• Mhtirl. She In In « hurry tn fftt rM • plnTlioT. I" rnlllnK. TV/HEN they reached their room " at the Forty-Fifth Strcel Hotel, Johnny took off his coat and sat down on the bed. Johnny shook the bank mightily and a coin fell to the bedspread. He picket! it up. "An Indian head penny!" "Hey, I ain't seen orie of those in n long time," exclaimed Sam. "Nineteen hundred and seven," said Johnny, looking at the dale on the coin. "I thought maybe it might be rare, but I guess this isn't old enough." He shook the bank for another moment or two and a dime fell out. A 1912 Barber head dime. "Her grandmother must have saved these coins," said Johnny. He continued shaking the bank and a third coin fell out. This, loo, was a penny, dated 1902. . "I'm hungry again," complained Sam. "All that walking." Johnny picked up a $5 bill from the money given to him by Alice Cummlngs, "Here, go and gel yourself another slenk. You need il—you haven't been eating regularly lately." "Aren't you coming along?" "No, I've had enough to cat for a while. I'll keep nt this." Sam hesitated, but his stomach won. "I'll bo back In an hour," Johnny continued with the bank and extracted another clime and a penny, In the next few minutes. Both w.cre fairly old coins, although not worn much. He got up to stretch a moment i and then the door was opened and Mr. Kilkenny, the skip tracer, entered. He was grinning wickedly. "Don't you knock?" Johnny asked angrily. "A skip tracer never knocks, Kilkenny said cheerfully. "Nobody loves a skip tracer and nobody lets him in anywhere, if they can keep him out." His eyes went to the roll of bills on the bed. "Well, well, Fletcher, you made a score, I *ee. Not from Miss Alice Cummings?" "Why not? I said I'd find her and collect, and I did." "Great," enthused Kilkenny. "I got to hand it to you. I wasn't going to drop by until tomorrow, but I happened to be across the street and saw your partner going by. The big moose!" "He'll be back in a minute," Johnny said uneasily. "Sure, but let's finish our business first.* 1 HE reached past Johnny and scooped up the bills. He flipped through them quickly. "Hey, there's only $52 here." "She didn't have enough." "Well, fifty - two li close enough. You got to knock off a ittle once in a while." "True," said Johnny, "and, Ike you said earlier, it doesn't really count if the client hasn't got the money. But this one did lave most of. it and I collected. So you ow« m« $10. w "Mmin," said Kilkenny. He pursed up his lips. "Okay, you won the bet I'll give you 10 credit—" "Credit?" "Sure, on the bill you owe," "Now, wait a minute," said i Tohnny angrily, "I don't owe you any money." Your partner docs. Same hing. You helped spend the i money, I'll b*t, when you hocked he mandolin," \ "You're not going to get awaj with this," snapped Johnny. "I worked hard to collect that inU and I want my money." ."Try and get it," said Kilkenny nastily. Johnny advanced upon the skip tracer. "There's a time for talking and a time for—" "For action?" cried Kilkenny and slammed Johnny a savage blow with his fist. The punch caught Johnny on the cheekbone and knocked him backward over, the bed. Johnny said, "Stick around un- ( til Sam comes back." | "It ain't worth it," sneered Kilkenny. He went out, slamming the door. WHEN Sam Cragg returned, Johnny was just getting the list coin out of the goose bank. A penny. "I think we got gypped," he said. "There isn't $17 here." "It's all pennies and dimes and quarters." "And most of them old ones." Johnny scooped up the heap of dimes and quarters. "Here, count Lhesc." While Sam was counting the dimes and quarters, Johnny himself counted the pennies. After a few moments he said, "I make it 98 pennies . . ." "And 24 dimes and 12 quar- rV said Sam. "Two forly, plus 98 cents, plus $3—$6.38." The bank ought to be worth something," suggested Sam. "Sure, about 40 cents." Johnny picked up the goose bank. It was quite heavy. He studied it a mo- nent. "Nice-looking bird," he said, "but one of the feet is smaller than the other." "Do you suppose that means something?" Johnny shrugged. "It looks more like an Imperfection in the costing. These things were mnde :o retail for about 40 cents." Sam took the KQOSC from Johnny's hand and set it oh the dress- It was somewhat wobbly on ts feet and Sam wiggled it back ind forth. "Look, It limps." Johnny tried the goes* bank ilmflfllf. "A limping ([°°se. M (To Be Continued) Pennzoil Z-7 For the first time ... a motor oil that UNLOCKS HORSE- rOWER! You actually FEEL the difference behind the wheel. Your first crankcase fill proves this Is a NEW KIND of motor oil. EXCLUSIVELY AT ANDY'S AUTO SERVICE Ash and 2nd BEST SHOE REPAIR IN TOWN HALTER'S QUALITY SHOE SHOP 121 W. Slain - GUARANTEED "Always a Good E$ -mm'm'mVmVmWm "I like to come over and play with your cats, grandma! I* it true what Dad tells Mom that you're going to leave all your money to a home for them?" "Who put up this sign?" 2 o e o *• o £• o NOW CAN YOU BELIEVE THAT I WAS V'isENTLEMeN,^-- GOM5 TO HI'.IDALE TO CONFIRM THE "ACT THAT! WAS MARRIED JUST /PERHAPS I SEFORE W>Y MEMORY ySHOUlO SAY WOOD SOT FOU.6D UP N A.M ACCIDENT 7, VBttTAWYOUPUUINS" HEELS IN MY DAY, 81/T YOU WIN BEST OF BREED. FOLLOW WE TO THE STATION HOUSE/ OFRCEZ.OO YOU KNOW roz \i7'-ETS SEEYOUZ * FACT THAT I WAS MAZREO J DRIVES 1 ? LICENSE.' N MHIDALE? _^^__i _ O a. (J \n 2 a. Ah, Winter is a pleasant time, I like it very much-. i like the sicjht of sparklimj snow, The icicles and such,. I like the children's ., snowball fights, To hear their voices But I will like it even more When it has turned ^ to Spring! ^ r- (J > MY HAT SOX? OF COU056 .' BUT fl£A6E BE CAREFUL-THE HATS ARfc FROW. (WZIS...THEV ARE VBfJr 1 AWO MX) H«V£ SUCH STSptJS HMJPS, SISWOP.. BUT HOW.L U*/E ITAU»W CUSTOMS, IF ItXJU EXCUSE A LTTTLE JOKE! TK6 HATS COU-P NOT K AV3RE PEUCATE THAW THE FACE Of; THEIR MISTRESS, SIGNORIKJA.' WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn. Co RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS SW Cl. Lake Are. Hlo. 3-6981 EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-201,1 I 5MP VOU'RE BUiPFING! 'YOU WOUUVT DKRE CW.L THE COP51 MOW SNE . TO0I.EY Jl»l -. GOT AWf* WITH TH& / COME HER&A t! il" M in rr_i i * THS GIRL SHOUTING 1 . Cr\LL TH6 POLICE, KVWI \ I THOUGHT SHE WAS I CAN HOLD THIS HOUSE-L IN CAUGEK BREAKER TILL THEY SET BH.BIES IM A <AR! HB'S TOXINS TO HOU? US Ti SDUVNJP TELL W.E WHM YOU 5MIMS IF HE'D A-DONE (T UtCE HE SHOULD HAVE WHEN HE SfW/ NOW t 6OTTA I'D COMPLETED TH' TESTS / PULL THIS MWS HE WAMTED, f V4OULDNT t DOOR DOWN BE IN THIS MESSf ^ ONE WW OR ANOTHER; [ SOTTA £HT OUm HERE-AN SET MY HANDS ON OSCAR'S PROJECTOR 'FORE HE MAKES WITH THE TIME MACHINE! 'AN THERE'S NO TELLIN' \WEN THAT WILL BE. CANT BE JUST LAW AROUND LIKE THIS..I AIMTGOT TIME LOOK AROUND, ELMEfj_rLL K BACK SOON AS i mrr ON THIS CUSTOMER: I'D UKE TO 90V SOME TW1CK ITEMS K»0.«fcV!fc VSWER 1 \

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