The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1955 · Page 19
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 19

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 27, 1955
Page 19
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 19B5 BLTTHBYTLLB (AHK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE NWBTEEN OUR IOARDINC HOUSI — with Meier H**lt OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williami WELL, MAC GOT TO YOU "tlillil FJfcSrr ANC? L1CKEP VOU ] ill II y4L.L<3VER-TH'FA£E^- mill ANPYOUSHOULPSE6 ^==1 5OME OFTK RATHOLC5J I ANDMESS65 HE ' STICKS THEM (ITff WHlSKER&IMTO /|[i' ' DURIN'. A cwy/ CMEEC OP, JAK£.' W" CAE5AR i MAYBE-mey'V^ M£ THispeuovj 3USTCAU614T <?W AXADO,^^ THE SPIRITS HALLOWEEN) A LITU& 61T EAfcLY 1 t — AMD AKH PLAY- J > EVERY CARD iM6 A FEW pixte/ t jAtfe —AMD CARDS WASN'T MY 0vM I'D 5AY TM6Y HEROES ARE MADE-MOT BORXJ TtUvision — Tonight Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel K. Thu 6.00 6.30 7:00 7:30 8 00 p;00 8:30 9:45 10-15 10.20 11:00 11:30 Fri rsday Night* Oct. 27 You Bet Your Lire Oansbusters Dragnet Theatre Video Theatre Playhouse of Stars News Reporter It's A Great Ltf« Weflther Tonight Mystery Theatre Sign Off day, October, 28 8.50 Meditation 7.00 Today 7:25 News-Memphis Area 1:30 Today 7;55 Weather— Memphis Area 8:00 Dins Dong School 8,30 Storyland D:00 Homeshow-cotor segment 10.00 Tennessee Ernie Ford 10:30 Feather Tour Nest 11:00 Shopping &t Horn* 11:15 Hommakers Program 11.45 Charm with Cathy 12:00 News 12-15 Farm News I2-.30 TV Movie Matineft 1:30 li Pays To be Married 2:00 A Date With Life 2:15 Wlrsi LOVP 2:30 World ol Mr. Sweeney 2:45 Modern Romances 3:00 Pinky Lee-color 3:30 Howdy Doody-cotor 4:00 Movlr Time 5:00 cartoon Carnival 5:15 Interesting Person 5:25 Weatherman 5-.30 Eddie Fisher 3;45 News Caravan 6:00 Wild Bill Hlcklfc 6:30 Life of Rlley 7:«0 Bie Story 7:30 Stories of the Century 8:00 Cavalcade of Sports 8:45 Frnnk Leahy &. Football 9:00 Touchdown 8:30 News Reporter 9:45 Orlgll — politica.1 9:55 Weather 10:00 TonlRht 11:00 Mystery Theatre 11:30 Sign Oil WHBQ Channel 13 Thursday Night. Oct. 27 6:00 Little Rascals 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Stop the Music 7:00 Star Tonight 7:3Q The Lone Ranger 3:00 Johnny Carson Show 8:30 Damon Runyon Theatre 9:00 Crossroads 9:30 Ozzle and Harriet 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10-15 Paul Page 10:30 Late Show 10:30 Late Show 12:00 Weirther Friday. Oct. 28 8.45 News and Weather 9:00 Romper Room 10:00 This IB Hollywood 11:30 Stu Erwin 12:00 News 12:05 Limchilme Theatre 12:45 Early Snow 2:10 Amy Vanderbllt 2;15 Miss America Matinee 3:00 Foreign Intrigue 3:30 Bozo and His Friends 4:00 Autry-Rogers 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 Little Rascals 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Sgt. Preston of the Yukon 7:00 Dollar A Second 7:30 Marie Saber 8:00 Ethel and Albert 8:30 Cftmr.ra "4" 9:00 Big Town 9:30 Mayor of the Town 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Overton For Mayor 10:20 Les Paul and Mary Ford 10:25 Late Show 11:55 Weather Paint Closeout Man; Types and Colon z Price Hubbard Hardware Let's go some place where w« can talk!" "My mother caught you with that pained look on your face—is that why you said you had a toothache, or have you really got one?" Kirby Drug Store .$750 For Your Old I ELECTRIC RAZOR on a new Remington, Schick, Sunbeam, Ronsnn or Norelco Best Grade Illinois Coal and Kindling Nut Coal 2 or more tons $10 per ton plus tax B&CCoalCo. 8. Hlwiy 61 Phone 3-8612 PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries Th« Finest in Halloween Pumpkins Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In We Deliver Come In 1044 Chick RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out t Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS SOS C!. Lake Ave. Ph. 3-698] THE COWARD m RAY IAPICA XIII Ion the side. Inside they met IT is 175 miles to Detroit from ! ^^ j^'ln h/iS the' 0 traffi h c OU is S Kgl/t^ Tnn'Tidn 1 ! | H™r'y' '***>™ s ' 6 ' f" lK - who want to get to Detroit before was '•'• and Susan ' 10 - „ „ , dawn so he slowed down—after] "You boys double up, Hal the first mad 50 miles at top; said, "and Uncle Tim can have SF -ed out of town. one of your rooms. Susie you II In Detroit they drove up before Hal Rogers' house a little after eight. Hal was just going to the garage to get his car. He was a tall, thin man, older but much slighter than Tim. He wore clean blue coveralls, a work cap and carried a black and green lunch pail. He smiled when he saw them, called out cheerfully, "Tim! Why didn't you warn a fella?" and came over to greet them. He limped on his right leg. When he noticed the girl was not Lorna, he said a puzzled "Hello" and turned to Tim for an introduction. "My brother, Clair. Hal, this is Al Kolinsky's widow and their little girl, Sharon. Remember, Al was a war buddy of mine." Hal nodded, smiling. "Tom told me about Al." "I'd like you to put Clair and Sharon up for a few days, Hal," Tim said. "There's little trouble back in Beaver Foils. And until .the police settle it, t don't want Clair or Sharon in danger. Okay?" Hal stopped smiling. "Trouble? What kind?" Then catching him- 'Self, he said, "Of course they're welcome. Come on in and have 'breakfast. The children are getting ready lor school." They followed him into the one-story bungalow set back on » neatly trimmed lawn and framed by large pink rhododendrons in the front and purple Phlox, white and yellow snap- dragoni and scarlet («riniurns Hal chatted with them for a ;'ew minutes and then, checking ; his watch, went to the door. "See you a minute, Tim?" Tim followed him outside. "What kind of trouble they in back in Beaver Falls, Tim?" "Somebody threatened Ciair, demanding money," Tim lied, "and she went to Cleveland till the police had time to pick the man up." "What were you doing in Cleveland?" "Well, I followed her to warn her, not to stay." "Why not?" "The police figured the men—." Tim, stopped. "They figured the guy after her might have gone to Cleveland, too." "You mean 'guys'? How many?" "Three." "So three guys are after her and you bring her here?" "We had to move fast" HAL'S voice was grim. "I got three kids in that house. Tim. I don't want anything happening 'to'em." He paused. "What they really here for?" "She sent their brother to the chair." "Who?" "Tony Traskis." "Traskis!" Hal's voice^ was cold. "The Traskis mob. His thin hands tightened like claws on Tim's arms. "How could you nut me in a spot like this? He slipped his right 1«. "H.ven't you done enough to me? Tim stepped away. "I'll get them out of here before you come home from work. But let us get some sleep first. We've been up all night." Hal's voice softened. "I want to help you, Tim. You can call the police and move to a hotel and they'll set up a guard. Does the FBI know? I want to help you, but I gotta think of my kids. For cryin' out loud, you know what they did to those houses out Wylie Avenue—-acid bombs, at night. I want to help you, but I'm scared for my kids." "Relax," Tim said. "They might have caught them in Cleveland .by now. Will you let us get some sleep first? Then it there's no word from Cleveland, we'll go." "All right." Hal said, his eyes downcast. "I'm sorry, kid." "It's all right. Being afraid runs in the family." Tim bit his tongue too late. He turned away. Hal's face was grim as he limped to his car and drove down the street. » * * TIM went into the house.. "You must be dead," Mil said. 'Why don't you eat breakfast and then get some sleep?" "Thanks. I'm not hungry." Tim went to the hall. "Call me at noun," he said. "I don't need much sleep." Mil awakened him early afternoon. He phoned one of the newspapers and asked about the Traskises. They had not been arrested in Cleveland or anywhere else. He phoned Lorna in New York but there was no an- ;wer. After Mil gave him some lunch, Tim took the car out to tiave it serviced. It took several ttours because a high pressure leak had developed in the automatic transmission and this had [o be located and plugged. On nis way back he noticed a taxi turning into Bentler. Suddenly apprehensive, he stopped his car and watched. The cab stopped in front of a corner drugstore and a tall, thin man with a hairline mustache got out. It was Ben Triskif. (T* Be I WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 different items in stock! HUBBARD HARDWARE To Sell — To Boy REAL ESTATE TERRY PO-2-238J 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. VES-AU.l_ BECAUSE FLASH TOOTH'S CA&HApA SOL-LEE.' IOO1T SEE WHV ALL THS.FOUe-ALAEM FUSS/HE SAD HE'D STEAlSHTErJ IT OUT WITH THE WOMAN, DCNT HE? THERE'S A LITTLE MOKE TO IT THMJ THAT- CHAOSES LKE EECW.ESS • D8MMS,FAILUIZE.TO EEPOET AW ACCIDENT-ANDDBMNG WITHOUT A LICENSE/ [SUPPOSE NOUKN WKVPW HESE, wr. 90ME80WS TTVW FENCE/ AWWUTE.'VOUDONfT THINK I WAS OEMNG DOVOU? REALLY, PRISCILLM YOU'RE BEHAVING r SHAMEFULLY I'D SUGGEST YOU >~- THINK'THINGS OVER IN. SOME DEEP, DARK CORKIER. IT'S GOT THE- LOSIMS DARKEST CORNERS I KNOW OF; iO, 6SAPV? V6AH. gOX OP SLLK55 IN THE CLOSET, HUH?THANK5. PROBABLY StWCV. HE'S IT'S x> MISTAKE. R6AP THIS MOTE FROM NUNTZIO. HE DOESN'T &<*/ WHEBE HE 15— 8UT HE NflM£& V(K. PLIMT, HAVE >OU REAP) I WAS THIS?"SU!CIPB BPH.KEP, ^ THERE, 51N6ER HELD IN 0ACC1 ) AM9S INSPECTOR, I DIPN'T KILL AVOLI. SIVE A*.E THE LC CETEODE IP- NOT TILL I'M READV, FRWJKE THEY'RE GOWE-, LEFTY: ANDROVCE l& 8EGUW TO STIR'. UJOWDWPTW LET'S SET THIS OI/EK fc SUN! —• WODBUK.V HIM SO I WAS W W MEPICN. CORPS DURIWiS TH'WWti. AMP I CAN'T FIWP AKIV BROKEN BONES OR BAP BRUI5E5 ON HIM'. TH' TREES AH'SHKUBS MUSTVE CUSHIONED HI* FALL. I THINK HE'LL 66 OKAV AFTER A UTTLE REST! WOWPEK WHERE/ I POUBf WE CAN FINP. A/ IF THERE'S MCTOR.EASV?] ONE WITHIN AHUNCKEP m SURE ROYCeiSJUST STUWWBO BY HIS FALL. HE WILL COME TO SOOMl ^ES.HE'D BE THE MAN TO HE'S A SAVAGE \ GUIDE YOU ALL RIGHT, BUT HE'S \AROUND... SEEN MORE OF THIS IF HE'D PLANETS PAST THAN / CO IT! AW, DOC, IT WONT DO AW HARM TO YANK 1M/WELL UPHERE.I ALL BGHt ...BUT TM I OKAY, LOSSAL SURE m_L\ HOLD WUR JUST 8E A HAT.' THIS'LL WASTE OF / AMAZE , POWER !yS YOU! INCREDIBLE/ YEH? Y'TWNK SO, EH? WHi, WHO ARC KW? FOUT.UNATELY, ALTHOUGH I AM A POOR MARKSMAN, CYRIL IS AN

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