The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 1, 1955 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 1, 1955
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1965 BLYTHEVILLJ? (ARK,) COURIER NEWg PAGE SEVEN OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hoopl. OUT OUR WAY •y J. R. Williams e<5AD, MARTHA 1,1 N6«R SHpULD MA^ie vleMTURED Ml WITH /w HEAD COLD ' ' ' WAY HOME F«*\1HS DOCTORS OFFICE X MET VlUWALMUR EKS, -TUB NUCLEAR PHYSICIST, AMD WE REPAIRED TO THE ffcSTEDR ' CLUg FOR A Loote WCULP I WHO RIDCft A» MUCH A» A REAL „., IM HeRe LIT/ ^ DRIMKTHIS eVSM FEEL A IWT1.ER 6IT1 AHOT - / YtrAM, MO ONE EVER MAN.' THAT* REAL FRACTURK> I FOUWD It »J OUR ATTIC? ITfe CAMP05 OPERATOR / ALWAYS WbRTH A FiSE MALT ROfA LlVVr TO DISTRACT MT FROM FURTHER: StLKTtOMS/ 0A200 BOY.TOU'Ve- ICtUEP US W BEEM HOLRIN6 PLAYED A Television — Tonight Tomorrow — WMCT Channel S t & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel ft Saturday Night, Jan. 1 6:15 Victor florge Show 1:00 Mickey Rooney 7:30 So This Is Hollywood 8:00 Imogeno Coca 8:30 Star Theatre . f);<)0 George Gohcl •1:30 Hit Parade 10:00 City Detective 10:30 The VlBR 11:00 Thry Stand Accused 12:00 Sign Otr Sunday, .Jan. 2 9:40 News A: MedtUtltm g 45 Industry on Parade 10 00 The Christophers 10:30 This IK The Life 11:00 Mr. Wizard 11:30 Spare Cadet 12:00 Twnnty QUCKtlOllfi 12-0 Froniicra of Faith 1 00 American inventory l.;;r> lt'« A t'reht Life 2 O'l My Little Mortilt) 2'30 it's A Orenl Life 3 00 juvenile Jury 3 3') Zoo fVraile •};()<) Hit! of Fnlne 4-30 conversations . 5:00 Mt'rt the Press 5:30 Roy ftOKPfB 6:00 I'ooplP Are Fvlnny 6.30 SIHX Llcbmnn Prcscnlh — In color "Oooil Tliufs" 8:00 TV Plnylloufce f)-nn Rnckot squad fl 30 Colilss Archer 10.00 NPWS Ac Went her 10 1.1 Clef 1 Roberts 10 HO Playhouse 11:00 The Medic 11:30 BlR Picture 12:00 Sign Off Monday) Jan. 3 6:50 Meditation 7:00 Today f:2S Weather 7:30 Today 7:55 Memphis Today fl:00 Torfny B:25 Memphis Tod&jr 8:30 Today 8:55 Exercise* with Cathy 0:00 Dint; Dong School 9:.10 Story Inn tl 9:45 Shopping at Horn* 10:00 Home Show 11:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford 11:30 Frnlher Tollr Ne«t 12:00 MoWs 12:1S Farm News 13:30 TV Movie Matinee 1:00 3 Steps to Heftvftn 1:15 Chftrm With Cnthy 1:30 Unrncmiikfirii Procrnm S:00 Gift 2:15 Ooldcn Wlltdofcs 2:30 One Man's FfthiUjr 2:4d Concft-nlnR Mlrt MHrlowe 3:00 Hnwklns. FBlIn 3:!5 First Lovt 3:30 World Ot Mr. Sweeney 3 45 Moflprn Romances 4:00 Mitltl of Cotton 5:00 Captain Video 5:15 Interesting PerMm .V25 Wenthcriimn «:.10 WrentllnK .Interview 8:30 SUper ClrcUfl 8:00 Evening SerEhade 6:15 News Reporwt- «!30 Tony Martth 8:45 NCWB CaraVafl 7:00 Cacflnf'B HoUr 8:00 tedwnfd Afnbld Pfefients 8:30 Robert Montgomery 9:30 badge. 714 10:00 Wrcfltllrig 10:30 News 10:40 Weatherman 10:45 Pr.raci? ol'Stars 11:66 tonight 12:00 Sign Off WHBQ Channel IS Rnturelay Night, Jan. 1 8;00 Tennessee Jamboree 6:30 Ozzlo & Harriet 7:00 Stage Show S:00 Two for the Money 8:30 Favor)!*- HuSIiand 8:00 That's My Boy 9:30 Stop the Music 10:00 Masquerade Party 10:30 Late fthoW Sunday, Jan. 2 12:00 Job fefeekent 14:1S Look Up and Live 1 12:15 The felR Mfttlrtee 2:30 Advfehture 3:00 CBfi NeWS Roundup 3:30 Lassie 4:00 omnibus 5:30 You Are There 6:00 Rnmar of the JUngle 6:30 Private Secretary 7:00 Toast of the Town 8:00 Walter WlncheM <;15 Art Llnkleter 8:30 Hallfc of Ivy 10:00 10:30 7:00 8:55 8:00 9:30 10130 ll:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:00 12:05 12:30 1:00 1:15 1:30 2.00 2:30 2:43 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 4:15 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:20 6:25 6:30 Robert Young What's My Line Big Town , Break the Bank Monday, Jan. 3 Morning Show News Garry Moore Arthur Godfrey Strike It Rich Valiant Lady Love ol Life Search lor Tomorrow Guiding Light News Kitchen MflRlc Welcome Traveler Roert Q. Lewis Hob Crosby House Party Big Payoff Lady of the Home Bob cronby Brighter Day Secret Storm On Tour Account Portia Faces Life Early Show Mars Patrol Hartoontlme Weather News Do You Kn Doug Edwards Perry Como iBvirnn ft Allen Talent Scouts I L6Ve Lvtcy Liberate Studio One Weather • why- 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 6:00 10:00 10:05 . 10:lS Lnte Show Robertson's Radio and T.V. Service 515 E. Main Wade Warehouse Bldg. Day Ph. 3-425T Nile Ph. 3-6701 The New Ford "600" Tractor SO MUCH MORE FOR SO MUCH LESS PARTS 112N. Franklin SERVICE SNOW TRACTOR CO. Phone 3-8951 I romp t r bin vl DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Hours: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. with Delivery to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE m West Main St. TRUSSES EXPERTLY 1 FITTED Z price KIRBY DRUG STORES EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2015 THK STOHYt rindelifr n hnn tilnnrii't] lo inke n Kli!]iim-nl of ( nlon Anuj- rlflt-K from Cnp- It-nil tvtth, iu>( Hie Icnnt of rrhlrk CHI ton CompnHj-- Alionrrf Crotch'* (icnrrnl Hci.ih In Ittirkr, nnd n m;tn nnmt-il Cnl lirejfUN, ivlio In n frii'tid of Crolrli. I'tn-jlti* In acrninivnnlcil >>r (liiomlc, Ms IX AT Picacho rock Amarlor was coming up fast and Crotch was sure Jamison meant to pass thc-m. He had taken the wheel from Goss; »ow he signaled tlie engine pit for fhe full head of steam In the boilers. But the General Heath was badly overloaded and made scarcely any extra headway. Hero at Picacho a submerged rock stood in mldrivcr Into which a steamer had rammed last spring. Her ripped hull still lay partly blocking the channel. Jamison was a hoggish captain who would never allow Crotch to clear the danger point before passing. Although still small, for the Colorado could navigate no .full- size California packets, compared to the Heath the Navigation boat was a palaco with twin side- whcols and ornamented chimneys and a largo pilothouse perched ntop her Icxas. Jamison had brought her up the Gulf to rapture the river Irndc. With her he had brought ilic San Diego and Clnramorc, all three former . gold-const sloamora. But whenever the combine chose to fight, Crotch would drive bnck blow for blow in a manner Jamison never dreamed. That light was close now. Passengers began yelling ftt r>ach olhor between the two pack- Li. Crotch (righted the racing . mr lor coming up on his port quarter, discovered Stolby C*l- boon on the texas. He thought ho* surprisingly alike Calboon and Burke were.with their black hair and bland eyes and their cold-hearted manner. But Calhoon was basically more forthright than Burke. When Calhoon disliked a man, that man would be well apprised of that hatred. A pistol cracked, sending a ball through the General Heath's chimney stack. Immediately, answering shots banged along the Heath's port rails. A window- sash shattered aboard the Amador. Then Goss was yelling at their passengers to put down their firearms. Calhoon was do- 'ing the same aboard the other boat. At this point-blank range, pistol practice could become d*- cidedtr dangerous. • • • AMADOR was surging ahead. The backwash of her starboard paddle wns pouring Into the General Heath, causing her to broach contrary to her helm. They were opposite the rock with Its half- submerged wreck. The channel here was narrow, treacherous. Crotch felt reverberations running up from the shallow river bottom, knew Jamison had shoved him into shoal water. A few moments later their scowlike prow lifted on a gravel bar. Every timber gave a groan as the ship settled motionless in the muddy current. Crotch rang Melott for a shutdown. They would be here until the brawn of their Cocopaht released his ship's hull from the bur. This was Jamison's first move, his initial play in n ORht that must be fought to the bitter ending. "Haul yourselves over the rail nnd give them Indians a hftndl" Gon yelled »t his deckload of miners. "You want to stay her* forever, you hardrocks!" The lightened decks plus Ihe Lnwu « UM nkxri *uccM<tad IB freeing the packet. But they lost two full hours laboring in the broiling sun. Meanwhile Amador was far upriver. Crotch was conscious of someone climbing the texas ladder, and then Queenie's words came to him against the clamor of men still struggling in the river. "When Jamison picked you to fight he was asking for trouble. You do things alone; you don't need or ask help. It's a habit with you." He turned quickly to find a half-amused expression on Queenie's mouth. He knew she would enjoy seeing this through until he whipped Jamison or was himself beaten. She was a woman whose blood could be stirred by a good fight. He shot her a swift smile. "I didn't get this boat free myself. Melott was at the engine. Goss had his miners." But she shook her head. "With your hands you may al] three work together. But they don't know how you think. When the end comes you'l! still be alone. 1 hop* you'll have no regrets." * » * SHE had a trick of getting into a man, of reaching his most remote corners. A man could have friends as loyal as Goss and Melott and still plan his own moves and keep his schemes secret, and Quecnie understood. "But don't stay too much alone. There are some you ahould trust," Queenle said. Duty had been working on her all night, A loyalty that would give her no rest But Crotch frowned. "You needn't say it. I know Burke means to keep Arizona with the Confederacy." Her eyes grew wider and Crotch knew he had stolen the words from her. Decision about Burke hftd not com* easily. She said quietly, "You're not by yourself as much as you think, Captain. Some of us would like to shore with you. The good and the bad—both. You haven't found out yet that It's sharing that maket Ufa tndurable. It's good; try It sometime. But about Burke; he's dangcrousl" He grinned at her fnlntly "And yoii think I'm not 1 . 1 " (T* fta WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn. Co. SHOPPERS SPECIALS FRfSH HEN EGGS (Not 3 $ Pulle(s) doz. Apples - - - bu. $2.49 Oranges - 5 Ib. bag 29c APPLES S-490 I'ink Meat Grapefruit - 6 for 25c Assorted Candies - - - Ib. 25c Grapefruit 8 Ib. bag 39c Paper Shell Pecans - - - Ib. 49c Pore Country Ql. Me Sorghum -Vz gal. $1.29 Open Til' 10 p. m. Nightly Blyrheville Curb Market 130 E. Main RADIATOR, WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS 508 Cl. Luke Ayr. "It't noon, and all those wonderful fricndr you invited last night to com* over are downstair?, txpectine tom» more of your sidesplitting Wisecracks!" "Poo wa« sure the life of the party la«t night, wa»n't he, Mom?" SWEWWS TO »OD HITTING THE PICKPOCKET, THE O.R NOW THRSWENS A SECOND UFE THAT OF PIAVSOV MOOKS NOWAN/ HESfOLEMY WALLET/ That's ; odd! I ^ ..It's always been his favorite hobby suddenly decide to stop chasinO/j *^ ^\ &\, , IN VC R.NT'5 OPPttE.- MEANWHILE, AT AN ITALIAN AIRPORT... SOU' TO PA POSS, VC — LIT- I'M WORKBM' AT C* PC5S SHOW NEXT WEEK--COU-D AWV- T'lNS , Sew (11V -V Of ALL PiOai, LOU6 THE LETTERBOX, IF FUrJT)-n-« OLD S^SHION PLATE. WOUlff WALK *WT (SIVBW UP -S^frj CN 4\E RI«HT WOW.' WHAT'g N6rV, ^ EVEN'COR } LOUIE? ,«OWTV, THIS IS ABSOLUT6LV CBAZY-- FLYIN6. ALMOST 550O WILES TO AtTfeNP A PCS SHOW/ BUT A DOS SHOW THAT WILL WOT SOON BSFoeear- IWEHTIOMEP THAT, SUT WAV 50 IWPM1ENT FOR OWE; WP 5W5 THE DOCTOR Wit TM;E Mi THE NECESWX THAT'S WHERE SHE 15 WOW, I WISH HER LUCK- HOW PIP WAV COWE OUT WITH T1V DOCTOR SHE HEAiRP MIGHT LOCATE HER I IAEKN &BODT WXJPT1US NIWOPMS-I RESERVE G&rntJG IT THKU THE FROPER CHANNELS- I FIGURE TH.eV-0 BE SURE IT ...YOU PICKED ME UP WITH TH' TIME-MACHINE BE-/'OH, FORE r COULD TRACK / sOEPTt'...BLrr CCWN TH' fiuY WHO SIOLE rr: YER..50 TOAT LEAVES JUST >OU TO HELP ME RUN TESTS ON MY B.L.P' BLACK LIGHT B.LR?\ PROJECT... WHAT'S I BY THE WAY WHERE'S YOUR AX? SEE, OSCAR. I DUNNO FOR SuqE-ITSBACK IN MOO SOMEWHERE COCS TOO BUSV TO HELP r.DONT, THINK YOUtL NEED IT THIS TOP. ANYTHING, LCOSLIKE SOME DAYS 17 DON'T I USE VBNTEBLATION. 1 LI'L OIL OUGHTA STOP TH' SQUEAK IT I? KIN MOI5Y, Vv'HV DON'T YOU OO \ \ AIN'T IT? *OMETHIN6 ABOUT THAT SQUEAKY FAN* wp&tt voo cw ?\»CH OVr (\

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