The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1954 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 12, 1954
Page 9
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8ATUHDAY, JUN1 11, BLTTHEVTLL1 (ARK.) OOTOICT NEWS PAOT mm OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hoop It , MlSTAH MAJOR.' BECAUSE EP MY DRSAM ABOUT DAHCIN' OCCAM, I'M MORE (M- CLlMEt) TO STON\P THAINl DO TH 1 POLKA, •SAD, 3ASON.' APTER STUDYING AND 3UDS1MS 1W6 HOffScS, I'M TORN! SETWSEM Mas AMD .5->~ SOTM ~ MO. 3 15 10 TO 1. VJHIL5N0.5I5 MAZURKA ATLANTIC WALTZ OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OH. MO. NO.' THESE ARE ALL FDR MY MA-ONLY J HATTA GO WILES TO <S6T THESE FDR MA/ MY MOTHER ALL US eoew THIRTY YE ACS TOO soo» ,.l:Ti£V«*E.r-. 1 •9 o J 2 V £ — Bur ITS OUBL\ /£ DI6NHY WE'RE ( WORR.YIKK3 A8OOT/ r' ASSIGNMENTS EVER DISHED OUT'' AROUND evtK uoHe^uui. i f _ A PROFESS(OM HAT MAKES LOOK, BAZOO,THIS FAST BUCK JOB YOU HOOKED US ON IS TOO ROU6H/ Copr. 1954 by NEA S«rvic«. Int. T. M, Rtg. U. S. Pit. "Off T«l«viiion — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel ft SATURDAY NIGHT 6:00 Bank on the Stars 6:30 Amateur Hour 7:00 Sat. Night Revu« 8:30 Hit Parade 9:00 Wrestling 10:00 Public Defender 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Adventure 11:00 Amateur Night a* Handy 11:45 Sign Off . Sunday, June M 10:25 News 10:30 This 1* the Lirt 11:00 Youth Wants 11:30 Frontiers of Faith 12:00 Better Living Thea. 12:30 The City Is You 12:45 Industry on rarade 1:00 Capitol New g 1:30 Zoo Parade 2:00 Kukla. Fran & Ollie 2:30 Stu Erwin 7:25 3:00 Pride of the Family 7:30 3:30 Ethel & Albert 7:55 4:00 Meet the Press 8:00 4:30 Boy Rogers 8:30 5:00 Television Theatr* 8:55 5:30 Mr. Peepers 9:00 6:00 Comedy Hour 10:00 7:00 TV Playhouse 10:15 8:00 Racket Squad 10:30 8:30 Badge 714 11:00 9:00 Story Theatre 11:15 9:30 News 11:30 9:40 Weather 12:00 9:45 News Weekly 12:15 10:00 Colonel Flack 12:30 10:30 News 1:00 10:35 Sunday Night Thea. 2:00 12:00 Sign Off 2:30 Monday. June 14 3:00 5:50 Meditation 3:30 6:00 Today 3:00 5.25 News 5:15 6.30 Today 5:25 6:55 News 5:30 7:00 Today 5:45 New» Today News Ding Dong School Betty White Show Charm with Cathy Home Show Bride <fc Groom Hawkins Falls Shopping at Home Storyland 3 Steps to Heaven Homemakers New s Farm News Channel Five Club Kate Smith Welcome Travelers On Your Account Pinky Lee Show Howdy Doody Captain Video Interesting Person Weatherman Tony Martin Show News Caravan 6:00 Name that Tune 6:30 Voice of Firestone 7:00 Cisco Kid 7:30 Robert Montgomery 8:30 Who Said That 9:00 Dennis Day 9:30 News 9:45 Clete Robert* 10:00 Wrestling 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Adventure 11:00 Talent Patrol 11:30 Sign Off WHBQ Channel H 6:00 Jackie Gleason 7:00 Two for the Money 7:30 Favorite Husband 8:00 That's My Boy 8:30 Name' the Same 9:00 Wrestling 10:00 Big Playback 10:15 Weather 10:20 News 10:30 Late Show Political Announcement The Courier News Is authorized to announce the following candidate for the Preferential Primary July 27 For State RepresentatiT* MissiMippi Covnt? H. H. (Buddy > Howard Credit tor Holiday BEATRICE. Neb.(/P)-~A letter from a motorist told the police to SHADY PARKING Ole Hickory Inn 7t7 W. Chlckasawba TAKE IT HOME! $100 Razorback Drive-In '/ 2 Fried CHICKEN "credit" ms past parking tickets Mount Rainier has a with 20 cent* he "squandered'' in number of glaciers than any the meter on a day when the police other peak ^ j^e continental weren't checking cars because l£ United states- was a state holiday. KILLER 99% Pure Sodium Chlorate 700 Lb. Drum 12 5 ' Webb Culvert Tile Co. Highway 61 at State Line Phone OSborne 3-8414 TAKE IT HOME! $100 One Quart Italian Spaghetti ... • Razorback Driv«-ln MfEUMATIC AITHtmC WCTIM* fr MtM blood rtrwun to WU! a«t niiuMt*. Itataew giving quick, longer luttnr relief to deep- Mated paint. 0*t i*»uin« A.R. P«in B«U«f Tablet*. KIRBT DRUG STORES romp i DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Hoirs: 8 a.m. to If p.m. with Delivery t« 1 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main 81 "LET'S GO FISHING" BLYTHEVILLE'S MOST COMPLETE BAIT SHOf MINNOWS and GOLDFISH 30c dozen Roaches $1.25 hundred; nothing else to buy Fishing License—Fisherman's Lunch Bar Worms;—Tackle—Cold Drinks Mercury Outboard Motor* Feather Craft Aluminum Boat* Plenty Free Parking Space 4: A.M N. Highway 61 The Bait Shop 6: P.M. Ph. POplar 2-2701 TBTB STORY: B«ca«»« t«*n- »S«r» will have hot rod* »»A reehJciia *rtvln>c lc«d« t« wreck*, Rlehr M«dJx**'i father t»ke> the Ie«4 1* or*a*l**nK ron»K hot roA dHv«T* t« promote cafe- ty. But whea the Idea w»» pre- neiited t# the eltr eo«»cn, which •woald authorize the nae of an Aid road for cftr temting;. the idea wa* voted do'wit. * * * xvin drove around the Defl- ville town square at dusk, not cars, but like a file of jungle cats on the prowl. There were five cars, and tonight Ricky Madison's black •coupe was in the lead. Behind Ihim were th« other rods. Link Jin his yellow convertible, Jerry Jin a gray Mercury club sedan, fchub in a black Ford Tudor, and Sherm in his maroon Plym- icuth sedan. Their motors sounded (like, a group of fighter planes Sdling at the head of a strip. Hearing the motors, Arnie Van- tZuuk pushed himself to his feet land stood just inside the door of ibis front office at the city jail. Me watched the cars go around «nd around the square,, a thought- iul look on his grizzled, b«avy dface. Another year or two would make a difference, Arnie thought as h<e MW them park. Another year or two and some of them would be going in service, or getting married. Marriage was best. As soon as the first one married, it broke up the gang. Soon another married, and then another. And all of a sudden instead of wild boys he had young fathers who took their little ones to Sunday school. Ya. . . . Soon they were fathers «nd they would come to him to complain about how their little ones were in danger from the wild driving of the new t*«n- tgers. Ricky got out and went to «tand on the sidewalk in front of his rar, thumbs hooked in his belt. The other* joined him, forming a noufh stood with hunched shoulders, staring at the trees in the square. Link squatted on his haunches. Jerry, his hands pressed against the small of his back, looked at the sky. Chub put his weight on one leg and toyed with a knife that shot out its blade at the touch of a button. The click of the darting blade sounded regularly, monotonously, and they listened to it, not knowing why. Sherrn stared at the tips of his boots and whistled one note over and over. > They waited, and listened, knowing that nothing would happen, hoping hopelessly that something might. Something was wrong with Dellville. "TJELLVTLLE had become cold. And from the time they had bought their cars, it had become hostile. Ricky finally moved toward the door of the drugstore. The others fell in behind him. They went in and took possession of the first five stools at the soda fountain. Sherm, last in line, pulled a new comic book from the rack as he went by and settled himself to read. Black-haired, aggressive Link; round-faced Chub; wavy-haired Jerry; thin, ^brooding Ricky; placid, husky Sherm. With the exception of Sherm, lost in the world of the comic book, these boys who differed in appearance shared a similar inner resentment The world was against them, Mid they wanted to carry the war to society. "Des Moines?" Ricky asked. "Why not?" "Wt've got some firecrackers left over from our last run down to MiMourl," Jerry Mid, hi* handsomt features showing • look of innocence. Chub watched his knife blade flick in and out. "Let's not give a b*d ttaa*. W* abut '«* off around here, hell get a lot ol complaints." "So what?" Ricky challenged. "Arnie's a good guy." "Corne off it, man. Worrying about a cop's feelings. . . ." "Arnie ain't just any cop," Jerry said. "He's been pretty decent with us. 7 * "He sure backed us up on th« timing-association deal, didn't he? The minute they mentioned his job, he chickened out on us." "All right. But are we going to be better oft* if they fire Arnie and get some guy in here who's always giving us a bad time?" "I didn't say we ought to give Arnie a bad time," Ricky saicL "I'm just saying a cop's a cop. And they're all the same. If you're young, and you're driving a car, everything you do is wrong." » * • T INK slapped at a fly that was walking on the counter. "The only way to get by with driving a rod is to buy the factory rods that cost five thousand bucks. Look at the way they've hopped up Caddys and Lincolns and Chryslers and other cars. The same way we do it Only when we do it, it's some kind of crime, but when the factory builds them it's automotive progress." "Yeah," Ricky agreed indignantly. "Old Ous Vorkle was shooting off his mouth in the barbershop yesterday about how fast his new car could go. And he was raising Cain about u« speeding.** "It all depends," Jerry said, "whose big fat ox is gored." "Boy, I feel like goring somebody's ox tonight," Ricky said. What do you say, guys? How about a run to Des Moines." "I'm with it," Link said. "Let's *>•" They dismounted from th« leather-topped stools and went out to their cars. They stopped for a moment on the sidewalk, breathing in the disturbing fragrance of th« country night. The sweetness of the air made th« darkened town seem unbearable. "Keep your girls at home," Ricky said to the darkness, "Sea if we care." Exclusive Dealers for CENTURY SPRAYERS See Us Before You Buy! Byrum Implement Co. 118 E. Main—Phone 3-4404 FOR RADIO AND TV REPAIR Call 3-4596 Jimmy Gean. repairman • AH work guaranteed • Prompt service ROSE SALES CO. 521 S. 21it •Hm! 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