The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1954 · Page 7
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 25,1984 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN OUR HOARDING HOUSE — with M«ior ALL HIS LICE OM OF HIS IDEALS WAY ly J. R. Wlllitjim IrST^o.. HERDE5 ARE MADE-MOT BORN fk> CiWA ANC? To ISARTH IU X <S» u *>"~ LVMter "Your visits are really refreshing to me—you always have much worse aches and pains, than mine!" FRECKLIS AND HIS FRIINDS CoanKHr.. mi_ BOY/ USr THE OLP BEAN /COM. on, . N066M/ MNWHILE—TWO BLOCKS AWAY— (iff. RUFF. RUFF.' H|6M, Y..Y/-YI /f " ' '' ' CRAZY RADIO FF.MfcRY/trS DWVIN6 ME MAO/ IT ISNT EVEN ON.' MUST BS BOTTS BOY OOWM THE STREET RS- HE4.RSIMO SCHOOLTBJ.S ASWM I MT I When In «. hurry, the Australian frilled lizard holds up Its lore parts and runs on Its hind legs. SYCAMORE HOUSE >t Ark-Mo. State Lint Specializing in • CRAPPIE • STEAKS • COUNTRY HAM Operated by Jimmy Robertson PHONE 9922 FUEL OIL G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Staff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant-Promised Land Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ, Channel 13 WMCT Channel 5 Saturday Night, Jan. 23 6:00 Ramar of the Jungle 6-3<3 Lone Ranger 7 :00 Spike Jones 7:30 Amateur Hour B:00 Show of Shows 9;30 Pride of the FaullJ lj:GO Wrestling 11:00 News & Weather 11:10 Amateur Night al the Handy 12:05 Slsn Olf Sunday, January 24 10:15 Previews & News 10:30 Excursion 11.00 Mr. Wizard 11:30 Industry on Parade 11:45 Captain Hartz 12:00 Zoo Parade 12:30 frontiers of Faith 1:00 American Inventory 1:30 Your Future Unlimited 1:55 News 2:00 Roy Roger* 2:30 Kukla, Fran A Ol- lle 3:00 King Richard II 5:00 Meet the Press 5:30 Stu Erwln 6:00 Paul Wlnchell 8:30 Mr. Pqepers 7:00 Comedy Hour 9:00 TV PIayhous« 0:00 Racket Squad 9:30 Who Said That 10:00 Newa 10:10 Weather 10:15 News Weekly 10:30 Story Theatre 11:00 Colenel Flack. 11:30 Sign Off Monday, January 21 •7:0(1 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Today 8:25 Ncwa 8:30 Today 8:55 Morning Meditation 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Shopping at Home 10:00 Hawklna Falls 10:15 3 Steps to Heaven 10:30 Ask Washington 11:00 Bride & Groom 11:15 Storyland 11:30 Breakfast in Hollywood 12:00 News 12:15 Farm, NewK 12:30 Channel Five Club "1:00 Homemakera Program 1:30 Photoqulz 1:45 Berle OlswanRer 2:00 Kate Smith 3:00 Welcome Traveler! 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Atom Squad 4:15 Pinky Lee Show 4:30 Howdy Doofly 5:00 Captain Video 5:15 Flicker Comlci 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Stars on Parade 3:45 Hartoons 6:00 Evening Serenade 6:15 News Reporter 6!30 Slim Rhodefi 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Name That Tune 7:30 Voice of Firestone 8:00 Cisco Kid 8:30 Robert Montgomery 9:30 Badge 714 10;00 Wrestling 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Man vs. Crlmt 11:15 Film Feature 11:45 Sign Off WHBQ Channel 13 Saturday Might, .Tan. 23 fi;00 Juke Box Jury 6:30 Be»t the Clock 7:00 Jackie Qleason 8:00 Two for the Money 8:30 Favorite Husband 8:30 Name'a the Same 9:00 Medallion Theater 10 -.00 WrutUng 11:00 Late Show Sunday, January 24 I -.45 Billy Graham 2:00 Youth Takes ft Stand 1:30 Man of the Week 3:00 Watch the World 3:14 L11U Palmer 4:00 Omnibus 5:30 "You Are There 8:00 Life With Father 6:30 Private Secretary 7:00 Toast or the Town 8:00 Theater 1:30 Man Behind the Badge 9:00 Mr. At Mrs. North 9:30 What'a My Line 10:00 Death Valley Days 10:30 To Be Announced 11:00 Walter Wlnchell Monday, January 21 8:30 Newa 3:45 Joye Thompson 9:00 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Mr. Frederick 8:45 Arthur Godfrey 10:30 Strike it Rich 11:00 Valiant Lady 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search lor Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12:00 Brighter Day 12:15 News 12:30 Garry Moore 1:00 Double or Nothing 1:30 House Party , 2:00 Btg Payoff 2:30 Bob Crosby 3:00 Lady of the House 4:00 Early Show 5:15 Magic Lantern 3:30 Mars Patrol 0:00 Western Hheater 6:30 News 8:45 Perry Co mo 7:00 Burns and Allen 7:30 Talent Scoutg 8:00 I LOTC Lucy 8:30 Bed Buttons . 9:00 Studio One 10:00 Weather ' 10:05 News 10:15 Late Show XX A MOTHER day passed and Miss ; Johnson still had made no reply to Adrian Kaye's invitation to come to visit him at Iberville. Then, late that afternoon, after she had returned home from school. Millie summoned Miss Johnson to the door. There was someone here to see her. Miss Johnson was surprised to find Mrs. Symes standing in 'he doorway. "Just happened to b* passing, 1 she explained ID the lower hallway as Millie returned to her duties. "And I want a word with you." Miss Johnson bit her Up In annoyance. This creature undoubtedly had come to present her terms tor the summer And Miss Johnson did not wish to discuss them here, of all places. Miss Johnson hesitated until she was sure Millie was out of hearing. Then she said. "Couldn't you have wailed until later?" 'No. I couldn't." Mrs. Symes spoke sharply. "You and 1 are going to have our little talk right now. dearie. So where can we have It?" Mrs. Symes spoke rather stridently and her attituc was grim, !«ven threatening. Miss Johnson (got the impression at once that any attempt to thwart this woman might bring on a scene, then and there. A scene, she could not afford. Miss Johnson spoke quickly. "Very well You'd better come up to my room." The teacher icd the way, remembering with relie] that no one else would be on the upper floor at this hour The occupants ot the other rooms had not yet come home from work and Mrs. Copeland was supervising dinner preparations. Mrs Symei stepped through the doorway o. Miss Cora John- •on'i room. She looked around. Inspecting U>t plact Iron) ceiling to the floor and blocking the path from the doorway as Miss Johnson stood uneasily behind her. "Hmm!" Her voice was a comment. "Nice cozy place you got here, dearie. You don't do to bad for yourself." She stepped out of the way M Miss Johnson came Into the room, uneasily. The living quarters that had been her one extravagance in the past now was really more than she could afford while paving blackmail to Mrs. Symes. Miss Johnson thought bitterly. "I'm sure, Mrs. Symet, ttiat you didn't come tore to discuss how I live," Mix Johnson "id crisply." "You're right, de«ri«. 1 didn't." • • • WITHOUT in Invitation, Mn. " Symet Mated herself in the largest chair in the room. She put her feet firmly together and watched Miss Johnson git down nervously tn a straight-backed chair facing her. 'I'll get right down to business. Miss Johnson," Mid Mri. Symes, "Albert tells me TOU gave him some bad news yesterday afternoon." "Y-yes." she said uneasily. "Yes, I did. Albert asked me and 1 thought I might u wet) tell him the truth at once. Ht had to know, sooner or later." "Sure be did. But he's i pretty disappointed youn« man 'about now." slid Mn. Symei. 'I'm sorry. But 1 warned Ai* wit. And I warned you. Mn. Symes. Obviously the warning" did no good," 'Obviously, eh!" Mrs. Symes' mouth tightened. "Well, obviously, you flunked him. Mis* Johnson. And it's also obvious to me that you figured on doing that to Albert all along to get even. I couldn't prove that, but i'U bet I'm not fai off." Anger shot through Miss John- SOD. "That'* utterly unjust, ilia. Symes. 1 planned on dom? no such thing. Whatever has passed between you and me had no bearing on my duty as a teacher." "That's what you say!" "It's true. Albert Bunked himself. Through inattentiveness and carelessness and shirking his work.** "Okay," said Mrs. Symes. "Have it your way. But it boils down that he didn't pass. He'll be left behind by his class." "I'm afraid so. I couldn't possibly promote him." • • • CODDENL'Y Mrs. Symes' eyes ^ were dark slits. "Well. I've got news for you, dearie. Honest or not, you're going to promote Albert." Miss Johnson gasped unbelievingly. "Y-you mean—" "Exactly what I say, dearie," replied Mn. Symes with a nod ot her head. "Now listen! Have you sent in your reports to the principal—or wherever they go?" "No. Not yet," contested Mist Johnson. "But that has nothing to do with the matter." "It hats a great deal to do with it It's a cinch. All you have te do is up Albert's grades to passing. And you're in an awful lot of luck. It those reports were already in, I'd see to it that you went to the principal and tell urn you'd made a misUke. As it is, nobody'U ever know." "You'll know and I'll know— and Albert will know!" 'Nobody els* will ever find out." "Mn. Symes!" Miss Johnson struggled to find coherent speech. "I simply cannot do such a thing. Albert's general average was only 54. and passing is 70." 'So what?" Mn. Syncs sneered. "Well, dearie. U you can't take a pencil and change few figure*, you'd better |« back to school yourself and lean a few things. Now let's have a* more nonsense. You can tell Albert tomorrow that you looked over his papers again and ihanged your mind In his favor. His Nibs'U a«k 00 queattoni. Hell be only too glad he passed Tick* •d H death lo fact." (I* *• CMIllM*)) Air Shopping Boom* KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya yf>— Husines is booming at the "jungl lighters' shop"— the Air Despatch Depot of the Royal Army Servic Corps here —because more am more army and police unite are do ing their shopping by air. Recently live hens were sent float ing down to a police unit. Thi birds suffered no ill-effects am within tt hours resumed laying Shortly a number of cats are to be parachuted to another jungle for to rid it of rat*. About 250 tons of army supplies are delivered to patroles in a month by air NATURAL GAS Reatiiii i*i appliances. Installed »j konOi pipe fitters »•« ftoantefl n II a»nthl? pammta, Imikli.n »r ither bam im-i prareaents liuhufoC E. C. ROBINSON UiMBEE CO. iMnunc immune rrcrau . J^*""- CM IMMM A.1, r>l. MM KIKBf DRUG STOKES Set Our Junk Window Odds&Endt Hubbard Furn. Co. , WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3122 Wade Furn. Co. EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard, Hardware n<n« 2*11 P> romnt DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 H*an: I a.m. t» 1* p.m. with delirery to 1 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 121 West Main 81 RADIATOR WORK • Boiltd Our • R«poind • Flo Ttsrtd • R«-cor«d ALL WORK Giaranlc** Grovers Body & Radiator Shop Mt Cl. Uke Are Pk*. Ml) YOU WOULDN'T ee H4PFV...NOI/KE USED TO SO MUCH MORi. YOU.KNOW HOW I FEB., FRANCIS...I COULON'T THINK OF MARRAMS NOW ON MV MICROSCOPIC INCOME... CCUOtNG A BUNCH OF WOULO-B£ BARBYMORES VIELDS MORE LAUGHS THAW LUCRE / UNTIL I CAN START MAKIN6 DECENT MONEX WE'LL HAVE TO PUT ope THE WSDDIUS BELLS. SOM6TIMESTLOSS KTIENCE WITH YOU, KSITH STSJUkKj/r/M BEONNNGTD'TONK YOU DON'T VWJ TO MARUV ME.' BUT WHS C1KT WE LIVE ON SOUR INCOM6?...WKY, I COULO EVEN SiT A IT'S A PETITION To FIX. THE ROOF ON OUR PUBLIC /-"WELL. HE * MIGHT BE • , INTERESTED.' • NOW THAT HE', GOT A BABY , BOY!. ... ...HE'S THE . : ( ONE WHO ocrr UP THIS PETITION! BVEHYTHNO, BUT SOAVE- I TIMES TH6V HANP A PRI- V"rm BYE A HUNCH. m NWMBB VIC Fl#JtX"wELL,'\I i PHOWEP Lowe PIS- I Twev ^A AN(7 ITOLPTHE COPSALLI1 KMOVV. THEVHAfALOT^ OP POUi&H WITH , THBAA.' MORE THAN ENOUGH A \JE6GO, TO SUVA LOT OF EX- J MAC-PENSIVE HAVANA&V I'M AMP NEW SUITS/ WR.POPOFF SMP Ife VERy SfcLDOWi HB SIGNS UP WOV- OME; LIKE THIS'. TRW i HMIE A KW?E TYPE OF VOICE-OH, ir'5 TOO WONDERFUL TO B6 TRUE! WHICH N&M& T HOD SflLL SURE THM5 WHAT VOU 5HOULP I USE? \WANr, LILY? TO LEAVE LUTHER. WHICH 50UNR5 \ WOP THE FRIEWPS VOU QKgW UP IAOKE LIKE ft. «\OVIE [WITH, FOR A LIFE vou KNOW mm &TAR...LiLVP[)PKIU,4 l WaaaaaaiT ABOUT? OR ULV WHIPPLE, Mi toWDEN IUHDER5TMKUILV. DUWWO, THO, HOW I CAW BE MOV PROUDER OF vou THAW rre ALWA,Y£ BEEN! I IT IS. IW 50KRV IT HftP TO BE THPiT WA.Y. LUTHER! I'LL MWE VOU PROUD IT'S THKT DU6B5ED-UP/ BOSH.' WE'LL APE WHO'S BEATING / CLOBBER 'EM US.THAT'S WHAT/ I WITH .OUR HE OUTSMARTED \ HEAVY OUR EVERY MOVE. 1 I CAVALRY/ // I5N7 THERE ANY THING WE CAN DO TO SHAKE THOSE ENGLISH LINES? WE'RE BEING CUT TO PIECES' BUT THW'5 / BELIEVE ME, ALL I HAVE I DUKE,THEY LEFT...WHA.TV WON'T BE; IF THEY'RE ( NO SIR! DESTROYED? HOW BECAUSE I'M PERSONALLY TO DIREa THEIR OPERATIONS MYS6UF 3 1-.-& ft

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