The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 28, 1955 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 28, 1955
Page 15
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KRIDAT, OCTOBER M, 1MW (ARK.)' COURIER KIWI PAGE FIFTEEN OUR IQAKDINfi HOUSi - with M.j,r HM»!« ;~?r->??SiSBB"~~ By J. R. Williomt OUT OUR WAY WELL.TrWt KIND OF BULL HA» TO6ROW WITHTH' FAST WSWORK SO MUCH CLOSER THSSE PAYS THAT THE EXPRESSION SHIFT YOJKL CWSOE PA It-l NEUTRAL, 6KEAT CAESAR.' cowes we CURTAIL, •-TUB CAN'T EV6»4 FAU. »ilTH LUCkV DECK'.' T COULD WHAT YOO ACE/ LIKE THAT: ITS ONLY OFFABOUT A HALF- THOOSANPW OF AM IKICM" TH'TOOL POC.IM SLI6HTLY.' THAT HOLE Ift POSITIVELY E<b«-9HAPEP.' ICAM'TTURWA SHAFTOUALATr* TO FIT AM C6S- SHAPEP HOLE; HOW COULD THE* gsdosm H.S A D£CI< MABK60 A FIRE <SAL& AKJD L06T/ I'M (40 CROOK , TMB OITJ VAOOe- VILLE iG<5-SHAPEP' I PROGRESS I66ETTIM' MOEE AKIP MORE OF AW EXA666RA- TION.' DO YOU DP. PROFESSOR "My son at college says he hasn't heard from. m« fw »i« w««ks—wiH you please look over my checkbook and see if that's right?" W-Y P1SEOM CAHT KEEP HER. BIS LAMPS OfFA THAT PIGSKIN SOON--.-I GOTTA DO To DISTRACT HER.' Butch wants to use it to learn to smoke! rHATSTHE GKL.THAT'S HEK ALL EIGHT.' WEI!., ANYHOWJ MIGHT BE A GOOD I WASN'T T-/ IDEA TO SO DOWN OWING. I TO HEADQUARTERS AND SETTLE THIS IMSK THINS. TWStSATBCKTOTUCM FLASH ANP ME AGAINST =^( EACH OTHEe.'WELL,IT WON'T- PAT.FOe HEA'SN'S SAKE! WHBQ Chonnil 13 WMCT Channel $. Paint Closeout Types »•* Ctlan \ Price Hubbard Hardware AND WHEN WE MOVE IN, I'LL CARRY YOU OVER THE THRESHOUD...JUST —1 LIKE A BRIDE! I ' WELL? WHAT DO VOU THINK OF THAT •ye WRBQ Channel 13 TWIMK YOU SHOULDN'T MAKE RASH PROMISES I OFTEN WONDER IF= WE .WILL WE'LL EVER)>WAZEL HAVE ^I SOME OWM HOME. RADIATOR WORK T«l«vrtion — Tonight, Tomorrow WMCT Channel Friday Night, Oct. 28 6 00 Wild Sill Hicfclk 6:30 Life of Rlley 7-00 Big Story 7.30 Stories of the Century 8.00 Cavalcade of Sports 8:45 Frank Leahy A: FOQl- bftll 9 00 Touchdown 9.30 News Reporter EMS Orlgll — political 9:55 Weather 10 00 Tonight 11.00 Mystery Theatre 11 30 Sign Off Saturday, October. 29 7.30 News & MedUatloi. ":4i Story Time g 00 Pinky Lee Show 8.30 Paul Wlnchell — Jerry Mahoney 9 IV) F«ry 11:00 Cartoon Carnival 11:30 Terry & The Firm 12:00 Press Box Preview 12:15 Football - In color Iowa at Michigan 2:45 Football Scoreboard 3:00 Cartoon Carnival 3:30 Western Theatre 4:3(1 Robin Hood 5:00 Football Scoreboard 5:15 Sports Review 5:30 Big Surprise 6:00 Perry Como -Show 7:00 People are Funny 7:30 Jimmy Durante 8:00 George Gobel 8:30 Hit-Parade 9:00 Drama Theatro 9:30 ThP Millionaire 10:00 Father Knows Best 10:30 The Vine 11:00 Bums & Allen Friday Sight, Ort. 2» 6 00 Little Raflcals 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 SRI Preston ol th* Yukon 7:00 Dollar A Second 7:3' 1:00 Ethel end Albert 1:30 Camera "4" l-.OO Big Town F:30 Mayor or the Town :00 News :10 Weather 1:15 Overton For Mayor (•20 Les Paul and Mary Ford ):25 Late Show :55 Weather Saturday. (Jet. 28 1.00 Captain Midnight 3:30 «:00 fi:30 7:00 8:00 0:25 9:30 10:00 10:05 10:10 10:15 Tales of the Texas Rangers Big Top Andy's C _ •ker BUI Tops Saturday Show Wild Bill Hlckok Buffalo Btli, Jr. Annie Oakley Top Ten Danes Party Navy LOR Dinner TheatrS Ozark Jubilee Lawrence Wei* Million Dollar Movie Orglll For Mayor Confidential File Les Paul and Mary Ford NCWB Weather Conquest Late Show Belied Governor SANTA PE. N.M. UP} —Gov. John! to place safety belts in automobiles.] There are no national holidays In ' He ha. 1 ! installed belts in his official limousine and will require per- T. Snnms has joined t-he movement \ on all occasions. fche C&J . use the belts ^ observe _ the United States. Each state has jurisdiction over the holidays it 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 toni $10 per ton plus tax B&CCoalCo. S. Hlway 81 Phone 3-8612 PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Grociries The Finest in Halloween Pumpkins Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In We Deliver Come In 1044 Chick • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS 508 Cl. Lake Ave. Ph. 3-6981 WE'VE GOT IT! Over THE COWARD •r RAY IAPICA XIV TIM saw Ben Traskis pay his | taxi fare and go into the drug-' store. Tim did not wait for him to come out Instead, he stepped on the gas and drove quickly to Hal's house. He jumped out and ran to the porch, where Hal was just entering the house. Tim told him whom he had seen. Mil overheard and came out to say someone had just phoned tor him—the same man who had called about 40 minutes earlier. Tim told Clair to pack at once. Meantime, Hal telephoned the police. In the bedroom as she packed, Clair talked to Tim. "We can trap them here, if you'll let me try." "No. I promised Hal we'd get out. He's worried about the children." "I don't know anyone else in Detroit." "Neither do I." "I have an aunt in Chicago." "That's nearly 300 miles." "It's either that or going back to Cleveland." "No, they'll expect us to double •back. Let's go to Chicago." "All riRht, Tim." Clair finished packing. While he waited, Tirn put another call to New York to his apartment but got no answer. As he took the bags out to the car, he told Hal, "Wire Lorna .for me that I've gone to Chicago and will get in touch with her soon as I can. Tell her I've been phoning for two days." "Okay. Where will you-be in Chicago in case she calls here? Tim asked Clair. Hal wrote down the name and address. When they got in the car, Hal came over to apologi/e. Tim waved him . off. "Forget it. Thanks (or puttlnf w up out long." Not Ions afterward as they rated along Highway 12, the sun ras already sinking slowly, a huge crimson ball of fire, in the wesL "You'll be all right in Chicago," Tim said. "Then maybe I can help you set your trap." "Thanks," Clair said. Then she noticed his hands were still trembling on the wheel. "Thanks very much for everything," she said, her eyes glistening. k • • WHEN Lorna and Billy Rogers landed in Detroit with Ben Tras- kis late that afternoon, Ben told Lorna to wait while he checked his "office." He then called the hotel but his brothers hadn't arrived yet , Next he phoned Harold Rogers number on Bentler Street and Mil answered. No. Tim Rogers wasn't in. When Mil asked who it was, Ben hung up. His plan, reached aboard the plane was to warn Tim to leave the Kolinsky woman. Ben knew there was no way he could get his brothers to change their mind about Clair Holinsky. But he saw no reason why Tim Rogers should also die. Ben smiled grimly. Something in the pathetic girl sitting next to him on the flight from New York had touched him. He wanted to help her. All his life, Ben told himself, he had been a sucker for the underdog—maybe because he had always been one. To him Lorna Rogers was a pathetic, frightened creature who needed help. And her scared little boy completed the picture He tried to persuade Lorna to go to a beauty shop and get her hair done and maybe » buy » nice dress and coat for herself and a new suit for Billy. He even shoved » M and a 20 into her hands, saying It was worth it to him to have her accompany him to Detroit Lorna refused to ac- :ept the money. "Your husband needs a shock," Ben persisted, 'to realize what a nice wife he's osing. Give him the treatment." And Lorna, embarrassed by icr frowsiness. wouldn't take the money. "I have enough for shocks," she said, smiling But she agreed to go to meet Ben. So they parted, and Ben got nto a cab and gave the driver he Bentler Street address. He paid the cnbbie off a block away rom the house and went into a drugstore to make another at- empt to reach Tim. Tim was still not in. Ben crossed the street to an old unoccupied house to watch. Five or .0 minutes later Tim hurried out with bags. Then Clair and Sharon followed. They got in. A man who limped came out. Ben waited. Finally he decided to approach them. Then a police car swung into the street from he opposite end, and he turned back to the house. * • • BY now the car carrying Tim, lair and the child had disappeared in the other direction. 3en was sorry he hadn't intercepted them. As the police car stopped in front ol the house, a cab' appeared, and Lorna and Billy got out. Ben watched from the shadows ot the empty house until the police left When he was sure they were not coming back, he walked up to the house unhurriedly and rang the bell. The limping man answered the door, shotgun in hand. Ben showed his faked identification card. Lorna came forward from the kitchen. "I flew with Agent Larsen from New York," she said. Ben looked at her. She noticed his glance and said, smiling, "My boy .just couldn't wait lo see his father. Unfortunately he's just left—with Mrs. Kolinsky." Fifteen minutes later Ben left, too, with the name and address of Clair's aunt in Chicago. He phorjcd his brothers, who were how in Detroit In another halt hour the three at them wcr« speeding after Tim and Clair. (To Be Continued) 33,000 different items in stock!' HUBBARD H A R DW ARE AS1SS flSHLEY, WHO DOES NUMZIO M.AME AS TONV ' ? ffK. RIMT, INI H* NOTE WUN . THERE'S ONL.V OME PASE HERB/ THEPE VVA6 AM- <3THE.e. POM'T TB-L ME J'S-E 1.05T IT/ THOR5TEN ROS6R5. BUT I'VE SOT TO RWP IT/ I SWPLY MUST/ MAYBE AT H&^E/WHEN 1 OPEMEO THE LETTEC...I A\UST RUN. I'LL PHOME VOU.' , \VAS AVOLI KILL6P BECAUSE HE "•-v-Y KNEW SOMETHIMS WO ONE ELSE =5— ( DOES, THE 56v\ETHIWe THAT > JL*k MAK6S YOU SO AWXIOUS TO " PIND THAT RA6&? y ^ I THW CHEAPSKATE AIUT filVIU' _ v. 1 ORPER5NOW...IAM! GST , HEV, WOT is \BU£y..BANPASE KoycE UP AM; ! TWS? COffiSMO\PUT COKE'S CLOrHES OW HIW! TO FIWI3H ROyce ^ " OFF, AMD HIDE HIS BODV- To Sell — To Buy REAL ESTATE r «J»IT»» i TERRY PO-2-2381 Attention: Men of the 461st Wing! Hudson Can Supply All Your Clothing Needs: • Uniforms • Belts • Caps • Ties • Slacks • Shirts • Cheverons • Jewelry Cleaner - Clothier - Tailor Rlythcvillc, Ark. IF HE DOM' PAY UP WITHIW 4-8 HOUR*, I'LL LETKOVCE GOi BUT HE'LL PAV ALL RIGHT; TH' BOSS- WILLY IN WOr LETTIk)' HI to <SO...!F KILL VOL) IP- \ COKE CCWE'5 THPU WITH YOU LEI" ROVCE \ MORE DOUSH FOK M HELP 1 . 1 IT'P CKhS 11WANT TEN GKW HIM G6TTIN 1 / OUT HIS ORDERS! BA,CKIMTH' STATES- r YES,SIR MR. LO5SM,^-\,- C QUIET,MJU! "--v. HE'S A REAL LIVE/ SAYS , \GET BACK F sa ms]$MK.oa>\ FOSSIL! HE'LL ( WHO? n j/J I IN THE f EH? A REGULAR J/GUIDE VOU BACK V W" „ I TROGLOWTE. /THRU THE PAGES £k ISN'T HE? /H. OF HISTORY/ / GROOVE, BOY/ ...THIS GUV'S GOT WHAT WE NEED TO STAY / YEAH? X ( DOUGH! IN BUSINESS ...50 •/ WHAT'S jgs LET'S YOU NOT GO I HE GOT f± ~ QUEERING OUR \ CHANCES OF SETTING ) SOME OF IT/ -' - UNL.AX. y. H-MER'. r vYHEN APE VOU USVeC-VTMINS'S S01NS TO TAKE THE \ <J3. SET] PICTLIPE? I'M 1 Of SITTINS /TT^S>AC(' ' T» OUR. ,\ FoCTJitf.' . HEBE. 1 /10-28 C HUWWY AND DEVELOP ' IT! I WAMT TO SEE A PW00F BEFORE i LEAVE; /-/ OKAY, OKAY 8

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