The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1955 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1958 (ARK.)' COURIER NIWI PAGE THIRTEEN OUR BOARDINi HOUSI — with Major HoepU I'M Art AMBITIOltf FELLA, MR. ,MOI?RI55Ey/AL5fl I'M OMLY A __- AT CACDS; 60T I ALLUS LIKE TO . : AM06 . , . . O(ie 0' THE OLD MASTERS - HAK- v /^7777f7PJarr-r /- 7 HA(?. 6LAD TO MEET VOL), JAKE TABS M6 FOR A SOOSE, EH 2 . 60056 LOOKS LIKE 6ASV UOU CALLED . |T, MR. MORRI556/- OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williami AH—HAVIN A LITTLE CAMP OUT, SLEEPIN IN TH' HAV.-' WELL, SLEEP TIGHT. BOYS I WON'T BOPPER fe^^'JK'i^ s^te^o 0 ^ $%^55^>// BORN THlRJV >rEAG£. TO0 £3OM CREEPERS: WHAf API Ti4ESE RUBBER BANDS DOIN6 IM YOUK HOPE" "-S I'M HOPIN&. MATCH/ JUST IM CASE- n&b GET .ANY IDEAS ABOUT CURBINO MT " Television — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel b 10:30 11:00 Tuesday Nighr. Oct. 25 U:I5 6.00 Betty Hutton 7:00 Jane Wymau's The- n ;45 Hire 12:00 7::iO Cirlce Theatre 12:15 8:30 Grand Ole Opry 12:30 9:00 City Commission 1-30 Tickci fiilS Kaleidoscope 2:00 9:30 News Reporter 2:15 EJ:45 Overton- political 2 30 9:55 Weather 10.00 Star Stft^e .,.43 10:30 Tonight 3.00 11:00 Mystery Thentre gi-jr, Wecinnsdny October, 26 4:00 6'50 Meditation 5:00 7.00 Today. S:U 7:25 News-Memphis Area 5:2.5 7:30 Today ' 5:30 7:55 Weather — Memphis 5:45 A rep. 6:00 8'Ofl Dins Dong School 6:30 8:30 Story land 7:0fl 3.00 Home Show 8:00 10:00 Ti-iineBSfif Ernie 8:30 Ford 9:00 Feather Your Nest Shopping at Home Homemakers Pro- Cliarm with Cathy Farm News TV Movie Matinee It Pays to be Married A. Dale WHh Life First Love World of Mr. Sweeney Modern Romance Pinky Lee Howdy Doody - In " color Mnvtp Time Cartoon Carnival IntcrosUriK Person Weatherman Eclclte Ftsher News Caravan Superman Cisco Kid Television Theatrp This Is Your Life EiiclJr Ciinlor 9.30 News Reporter 8:45 Screen Directors Playhouse * 10:15 Weather 10:20 Tonight 11:00 Mystery Theatre 11:30 Sign Off WHBQ Channel 13 Tuesday Nighl, Oct. 25 0:00 Little Rascals . 6.25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Warner Bros. Presents 7:30 Wyatt Earp 8:00 Celebrity Playhouse 8:30 Dr Hudson's Secret Journal 9.00 Diintiy Thomas ' :30 Cavalcade Theatre 10 00 News 10-10 Weather 10-15 Or-!i! For Mayor 10:20 Paltl Pane 10:35 Lute Show 12:15 Weather Wednesday, Ort: 2fi 8:45 Nnws and Weather 9:00 Romper Room 10.00 11.30 12:00 12:05 12:45 2:10 2:15 3:00 3:30 400, 5:00 6:00 6:25 6:30 7.30 8:00 8:45 0:00 9:30 10.00 10.10 10:15 10:20 10:25 11.55 This Is Hollywood Stii Erwln News Lunchtime Theatre Early Show Amy Vancierbilt Miss America Matinee Foreign Intrigue Bozo and His Friends A u try-Rogers Mickey Mouse Little Rascals Do You Km Disneyland Waterfront Wednesday Night Fights Sports Picture Masquerade Parti- Penny To A Million News Weather Qvprton For Mayor 1 "- Paul and Mary Ford I>'.t» Show Weather • Club • Why Kirby Drug Store 5750 For Your Old I ELECTRIC RAZOR on a new Remington, Schlck, Sunbeam, Ronson or Norelco Best Grade Illinois Coal and Kindling Nut Coal 2 or more tons $10 per ton plus tax B&CCoalCo. Phone 3-RC12 PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries The Finest in BEEF, VEAL, LAMB, PORK Genuine Hickory Smoked Country Ham Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In We Deliver Come !n 1044 Chick THE COWAR© SY RAY IAPICA I9S5 kf NEA Setvict. Inc. TIM tried to lake Clair's hands. She brushed his hands away. "You're afraid of the police, Tim. It's what you did to Al!" "No, Clair," he protested. "It's tecause of what I did in New York before I came here." She knew then that whatever •trouble Tim had Rotten into wa.s because ot her. And her anger evaporated like a drop of water on a white-hot skillet. Tim was right. What happened between Al and Tim in France '11 years ago could not be •changed. It belonged to the un>happy past. Reviving it could •not help this man beset by feors who sat before her now. For Al's •sake, for the sake of Tim's wife and child whom she did not 'know but who she knew had suffered as much as Tim during the 10 years of his Golgotha, she had to try to help him. He had to knrn to live with his fear. He had to learn to cope with danger. During the war Claii had been .a nurse. Now she thought of Pnsleur and his cure for hydrophobia based on giving a bitten child a slightly stronger inoculation of the dread virus every riny for a number of days until, by the time the incubation period is over, the'child is immune to the poison from the bite. And she wondered tf iomebo» Ti» couldn't similarly be immunized against (ear—against dimS'-'r—so he could live the reft of his life in peace. Meantime she would have time to figure out a way to trap the Traskises. "They're after me. not him,' she thouaht. "They won't hurt him—unless he gets in the «ay. And I'll sec he doesn't." Aloud she said, "All right, Tim. Lct'5 go." Not till they were a dozen miles from Cleveland, in Fritz's two-ycar-nld car, headed west on HiEhway 20 at 70 miles an hour, did Tim relax. "You'll be safe in Detroit." ho said. "They won't be able to find you there." Clair looked at little Sharon asleep belwecn them in the car, the liHle red gingham doll pressed to her breast. Then she looked at Tim hunched over the wheel, his huge ham-like hands covering the slim steering wheel, his small, pig-like eyes squinting against tile onrushing beams of light, and then she knew why she was doing this. Never in her life had she seen a more pitiful figure. • * * AFTF.R returning to New- York, Ben Traskis waited at the Biltmore until midafternoon before Dan phoned him from Cleveland. "They got the grandfathers place patrolled," Bun told him. "We'll stay at the Clevolandcr Hotel till they decide we ain't in town and pull off the guard. Come on out by plane but get your own room and don't talk to us in public. Somebody might recognize three of us together." "Okay," Ben said. He went down one block to the airline terminal on 42nd Slrccl and bought a ticket for Cleveland The airport bus took him out to La Guardia Field in Flushing. At the gate he saw two men sizing up the passengers. He Wheeled and took a taxi back to Manhattan. En route back he smiled ruefully at the thought of ho\v easy it is to catch a person entering or leaving the biggest city in the ciHUitry. Actually there were only three airfields—La Guar; ia, International and Newark Airport, one ma.ior bus terminal, two tunnr-ls—Ihe Holland Tubes and the Lincoln—and one bridge, the George Washington, if going westward. A handful of cops could check them all. I The way to gei out is to take the tube to Jersey City or Now; ark and catch a bus or interstate train there. But he decided the j Hudson Terminal on Church Street where he'd have to take j the train would also be \mder • observation. So he returned to ! the hotel and put a call in for j Dan in Cleveland, using the name Dan had assumed: Fairweather. He cursed Dan's stupidity in taking Tim Rogers' check. He cursed him for wanting to give up his freedom and maybe his life in exchange for Clair Holinsky's. He knew they'd be caught after they killed the girl. He wondered why alt his brothers were such knuckleheads. Big Tony was the biggest—and was dead because of it. Any smart gambler could tell you the odds were against you. BEN poured himself three fingers of scotch, chased it with water and strode up and down the thickly carpeted room. He had a little money in his pocket. If his brothers wanted to commit suicide, why should he join them? He had always been the tall of the Traskis dog. He figured up the "advantages" of belonging to his brothers' gang: Net earnings of around $100 a week, four years' work, total— 520,000. KxpendiUircs, about S25,000. Time served—five years. So he had lost five years of his life and was i five grand in hock to his brothers. At this rale, he'd wind up a bankrupt— if the state didn't intern him again first. (To Be Continued) Paint Closeout M»nj Types and C«lon i Price Hubbard Hardware ULfJ "My husband has a virus—he's doing his work at horn* this week!" "Someone it going to be penalized for unn«ce»sary roughness!" PAT/SOMrrHNS MUST i HAVE GONE WHONG WITH HERANDFIASH. ( DID VOU TVDBiSHTlOe CAN'T j \VCti TEU. N€.C*SUK1(37 MOM.THBJE'S SOMEONE HERE TO SEE VOU--A POUCEWAN/ RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WOItK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS 508 CI. Lake Ave. Ph. 3-6S81 I JUST\ HATE TO 1 SEE HER If.I WISH THAT ~ 1 WAV.! 4s i/ff-^f -^2 T - M - "'*• u - s - pat °"Mt> jrjtf.fff^'f _Copr, 1S55 IIT HE* 5---iC». Inc. X-IT WAS *r^ . SIX JELLY > J DOUGHNUTS h • AMD A ^ ' BANANA" SODA THAT MADE HER V/E'VE GOT !T! Over 33,000 different items in stock! HUBBARD HARDWARE INSPECTOfi, THE .PRINTS' ON THE DEATH WEAPON MATCH THESE OP. BERNARD" RAMS6V. NOW IN THE INCEX FINSEg VOLlU NOTE THE L CHARACTERI5TIO— SfftRE M6 THE DETAILS. ^&: A BASSO. WO PEEVIOU5 OFFEN665. BUT HE HAP A RUN-IN WITH NUWZIO.'COM-y INS ALON6, FLIMT? 1955 br NEAS^r To -Sell—To Buy REAL ESTATE 1 - lV ^"See',\ TERRY ^•2-2^81 QUICK, COKE. L6^.^ME TIE A 8ANPASE.ON YOUK HEAP WITH ROyce'5 5LOODV UNDEe- SHIKT' •"WOT TILL I'VE HEADED N [ BACK TO TH' BWER. WITH E, FKANKI61'llCW SET HIM IM rHXTCft.V6 QUICI4 1 . VOU'03,1 H£Y, SHANDY, YYEfiH. HELP WE UP WHERE ARE— I TO TH' TRAIL WITH 50 YOU DIP /HIM. MISTER! HSS> KNOCKED OUT, BUT I DOM'T THIMK HS5 r AH,YES, OF COURSE-1 / OH,YES,5IR. xWOULD A CHEC^X^ \MR.LC6SAL.' WE DONT, AS A RULEA FOR BVE /^..THOUSAND ^WHX THAT5 - ----- 1 HUMORED... Attention: Men of the 461st Wing! Hudson Can Supply All Your Clothing Needs: • Uniforms • Belts • Caps • Ties • Slacks • Shirts • Cheverons • Jewelry Cleaner - Clothier - Tailor Blytheville, Ark. USE THE TIME-MACHINE FOR-ANYTHINS EOT RE£EARCH,.BUT IN VIEW OK..ER RIGHT,SIR-.. (WE'RE HALF NOW WHEN /WAY THERE CAN WE / ALREADY.' GET I YEAH, MAM. STARTED; x, LETS GO.. ~**K: 10-IS

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