The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 9, 1955 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 9, 1955
Page 13
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBBR 9,195S BLTTHiriLLE (ARK.) COURIER HEWS PAGE THIRTEEN OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hoopla OFFERS ine PERFECT <?EA$OfJ FOR ME TO R65ISN FROM THAT OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* ALL WAMT6P TO KNCW HOW A 6LJY MISTAKES AMAWFERA LOOK, MISTER, WAS HE HOLPIM' HIS HANDS LIKE HOENS, PUCK.1N BRUSH, ER.WELU, TELL ME WHEN I COOK. LIKE A DEER.' _ COME ON, W660TTO OET THIS Guy AHORSE AND TO MIS CAR AMO •JTOTOWN A?, QUICK OH, 1 DOM KNOWHOWI DID rr--i JUST SAW SOMETHJW MOVIW WTH' BOSHES AMP <S<3T EXCITER I 6USSS/ i HJ.U,lHP/EK I I SEE THE TMOUGHT Ht'p / PEASANTRY DATE A "/HAS ALREADY POLL/ 1 GATHERED It) PAY U DIG THAT, LAW; RLWORP MAS FINALLY SUCCUWBEP Tt> WILES OFTHF OPPOSIT* sex./ 1 IM TME sreau. PASE 43F, OUR. LAST LIME WAS ."ALACK.' 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Va. i* — Police investigated a man who went: Ing two of them Into a church quite often. They Best Grade Illinois Coal and Kindling Nut Coal 2 or more toni $10 per ton plus tax B&CCoalCo. S. Hlw»y 61 Phone 3-8612 HAMBURGERS For your protection, our Hamburger Patties arc prepared and delivered frozen by a nationally known government inspected meat packing plant. A "warm well-seasoned bun enhances the wholesome deliciousness of this pure hamburger. KREAM KASTLE Walnut & Division Phone 3-8051 DRIVE-IN THE COWARD 8V UP/CA 19&5 by NfiA fanfet, he. XXIV TIM said, "Ciair, I'll try to get one of them with my last shot. You run to,the car, get it started and drive as near as you can to the house. The rest of you iollow Clalr. Ready?" The women nodded. Lorna released her hold on Clair. Tim kicked the door open. As he did, Clair snatched the pistol from his hand and dashed out into the open, her pink house dress streaming behind her. She had b&rely reached the grass when two shots rang out from two sides and Clair fell to .her knees. She lifted the gun futilely and pulled the trigger, but the bullet went wild into the tre« tops. Tim stepped out in lime to see Lou Traskis raise his pistol and from a distance of 10 yards, fire again. Clair shuddered, uttered a little moan and went down on •fcer hands. Then, gently, as it going to sl«p, she stretched out, face down, on the grass. Her fingers just barely reached the purple clusters of sand verbena (ringing the garden. Tim was beside her in a stride. He reached down, seized her shoulders and turned her face up to his. Her eyes were closed. Tim took out his handkerchief and began to dab foolishly at her three wounds, one in each shoulder and one in her breast. Aunt Marie and Lorna came out of the house and without regard for their own safety, ran toward Tim- Reaching him, they looked at Dan and Lou Traskis, standing a dozen yards away. Dan smiled crookedly, out of his dark, scowling face. Lou, brown- eyed, dark-haired, thin-faced a::d very tall, also smiled, a thin, nervous smile as he held a pistol in his hand. ' " T h« hst shot Hid it." I nu said, |)U,..L-U,I. [he extra pistol. Dan was watching Tim. Lou picked up the shotgun, propped against one of the palm trees, and emptied the two shells. Then he threw the gun into a nearby jojoba bush. "We didn't come for you, Rogers," he said. "Nor anybody else. But don't try nothing." But Tim Rogers didn't hear He was feeling Clair Kolinsky'? heartbeats growing fainter under his nerveless fingers. • * • TIM ROGERS looked at Clair through dry eyes. Just as the last faint heartbeat came, a shudder shook his body. He looked up again—-up into the pink and blue sky, already growing hot, up into the faces of the two evil men who had struck them down, up into the mouth of the gun pan still carried. His huge ham-like hands bent into claws, he rose from the body of the girl on the ground and waddled toward the two killers. Dan said calmly, "Stop!" When Tim kept coming, he raised the small automatic and fired twice. One shot tore into Tim's shoulder, but he kept moving forward. Dan aimed and fired twice again. This time the other shoulder jerked, but Tim didn't stop. Panic-stricken, Dan pointed at Tim's stomach and squeezed three shots off in rapid succession. The first two missed- the third grazed Tim's side Dan fired again, but the trigger clicked on an empty chamber With a cry of fear he threw the gun at Tim and ran for the car. Lou drew a switch knife and it clicked into position even as he lunged at Tim. Tim ducked under the knife and came up with Lou's arm locked at the shoulder. He brok* it across his knee. Lou screamed. The olf'or T'" 1 -': 1 * brother had reached UK cur by now. lit backed up madly, lost control and bashed the back end into a palm tree. He tried to start the car again but failed. By then Tim was closing in. The chase ended quite Suddenly at the bottom of a ram- carved gully eight feet deep where Dan fell. His head struck a large gnarled tree root swept down from the mountains during the rainy season. He lay still and white and contorted. By the time Tim returned to the ranch house the fury had left him. He went straight to Lou intending to kill him, but the fallen Traskis moaned, "My back is broken!" And all the hate went out of Tirn. Lorna and Aunt Marie had put out the fire on the veranda, brought Pop outside away from the smoke and covered Glair's body with a blanket. Little Sharon, her leg bandaged, lay sobbing on a cot beside the old man. Pop, the top of his scalp taped with adhesive, was trying to comfort the child. • * • WHILE Tim dabbed at his wounds, Billy drove up with Ned Bostwick, who had a rifle across his lap and a pistol in his belt Speeding up from the other side was a sheriff's car with five men in it. Tim took Billy over to Sharon, \vho 'was still sobbing. "Billy, Sharon's going to be our little girl now. We both want to thank you—for being so very brave, don't we, Sharon?" Sharon looked up and put her little hand in his big one* and took Billy's hand and then she managed a tiny smile. Lorna came 'down from the smoking veranda and tried to examine Tim's wounds. "You better come in before you bleed to death," she said. Tim took her hand. He stood over the body of Clair Kolinsky. '! thought I loved her," he said. Lorna said, "I admired the courage she shared with you." Tim picked Sharon up on his bleeding shoulders. With Billy holding the other hand and his wife by his side, he moved off into the hr»'"; % 1H£ END Special BEER Prices FALSTAFF and GRIESEDIECK BROS. $ft25 24 btls. V Phillip Applebaum Liquor Store 110 S. Fifth Ph. 3-964 C "« T. M. ft*. U. Ccfr. IWSbfHEA #»MffJtoiK-ll-<? "How about feeing our guinea pig? "These civil defense meetings are great—1 used to havr' to bowl to get out for an evening!" PAT/ HEY; SLEEPVHEAD! CMOW! MOWS GONE SHOPPNGAND VOU'ee SUPPOSED TO SEE DAD'S ELEVEN.' WggPlHMe. YYOUCAKIT BE.A SIZL i—. TJ BZIMM?/ACCUSED OF DKMNS WITH- I'M PAT -^ OUT A LICENSE, SPEEDING, v TOBEIJTS. S. AND FAIUWS TO STOP AMD , -^^ •—' KEPOETAU L ACCIOEMT SHOULD LOOKf ' LIKE A f ouiiGEe' ' I CHECKED YOUe STATEMENT TO THE POLICE, BUT SEFOIJE WE / I'M SONS ' EMTEZ A WOT eutTV PLEA--^f TO PLEAD ^~d GUILTY,' found he had stored 30 pints of 11-1 legal whiskey under the altar. Hej| was nabbed and charged with sell- To Sell — To Buy REAL ESTATE r Ej*irm* i TERRY P02-238I Attention: Men of the 461st Wing! Hudson Can Supply All Your Clothing Needs: • Uniforms • Belts • Caps • Ties • Slacks • Shirts • Cheverons • Jewelry Cleaner - Clothier - Tailor Blythevillc, Ark. 1M SO FURIOUS! BERNARD FORGOT TO KISS ME WHEN HE CAME HOME: N HE JUST WALKED IN AND PLUNKED HIMSELF AT THE SUPPER TABLE •'*'.. OH, I TELL YOU!! , LOVE CAN GROW •COLD IN A HURRY. 1 ' -S 1 SEEN HIM, VIC/ BO A& A . WMIUY SIZE PTT2A 1 SEEN AS A MATTER OF FWCT, HE J.B>iVe RI&HT AFTER \ HIM OFF, THIS lY\AN WAS HECE. HE 1 LOUIE. 1ET& Wi*S 5rt»KE HIS HBAB -^ TRY THE HB CUEfsKet? OUT IW THAT'S OPP..IF 5«6 TOLP VOU THEV'P LEAVE'AT NIUE; •SOUKV, 6A5Y...I KNOW VOU WAMreO TO SEE HEK A6AIW THEV ARE SOME, BSRr! PEOPLE Ik) TUB WRir CABIM HEAEP '6M LEAV6 BEFORE PAWN! QUIT, 55UftVMKIM', WILL YAi? ME ANDi ROVCE 06CIPEP IT ISIA'S sesr TO SET AN EARLY START! r gUT WHV DIDN'T \ FOKSET YOU WARN WE? IHINliStS! I WANTEP TO TELL fey, SHAUPX EASY fiCW-Bft/ TB)5 ^\^P SHOWS THAT pisr ROAP TURMWCFF A PICT KOAP? WHY? AW& T WHAT PO YOU WH C N DIP YOU START KM- \ MEAN BY THAT IUG WITHOUT CLASSES? VOU CRACK? 8UT COULD NEVER SEE AMVTWH6 I 9MP IT...IT WITHOUT 'EHV-THW K, MY /DONTWMTEK BROTHER C0ULPWTU NOWWWWU SUSPECT! WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 different items in stock! H U BBAR D H AR D WARE BUFFORD SHOE SHOP REPAIRING - CLEANING DYEING 112 S. Broadway Kirby Drug Store $750 For Your Old I ELECTRIC RA/OU on A new Remington, Scliirk. Sunbeam, Ronson or Sordro CAPTWN, \SIR,WE LOST'CONSID- RIEF ME ON\BJABLE .EOUlPMEMT, TH' RESULT OF\ AND ONE OP OUR OFFICERS 16 STILL MlSSINfi- NOW'S IVE SOT MYSELF ESTABLISHED AS A COLONEL, I BETTER SET BUSV HIAW UPC.OLIVER LCKSAL'.fe LAST NIGHTS ENEMY RAID: PRESUMED CWTUKER- Hi"W A BY IT-IE ENEMY, ONt I PRISONER, Of WHOM WE TOOK I EH? HRSuMl PRISONER IN SHARP -N; COUNTER-ACTION! / \ \ IMPOSSIBLE. _HAVE S, SIR! j TH 1 WRETCH BROUGHT HERE AT / -^ - WJE'A^' T~^. <*,fr r!8£ (' \\ ^^rt^^ ^^o frCo\\ V^Y) p% \f. .'•••• XVyx 1 •.•,,. WEU..YA SILLY FELINE, WHAT YA SOT V SAV FEU YEBSSLF ? f I CAM OFHtfJ YOU TEN DOLLAR'S ' •OH IT, i v/> m ^ D ^i?s /^^~- g^3~?/:§*=» fewtr

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