The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1954 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 16, 1954
Page 13
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r WEDNESDAY, JUNE tt, (JMR1C.) TOW1 PAdl TH1KTM5H OUR BOARDING HOUSE - with Major HoopU YJ& CURSE THE FATES, PICKED NO. 5. "£OUTH s 5to/uP" ; -ro FULFILL VOOR OF DANCING 0MTHE OCe Howl DID you BECOME 60 CONFUSED A6TOASK FOR NO. 4, "SAHARA WALLFLOWER" 2 TWATS TH6 O NUMBERS ALLUS 1$ A\V MI6TAH AAAJOfi/ WAV BACK ' I [4 TH' FU6T GRADE X - RTED WHEM AFTER NO. 11 COMES A 6DXCA&* OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams 1 ASKED FOB. \ A BACK: RUB / SO 1 COULD \ GET TO SLEEP.' ] I'M SLEEPY-- I THAT'S -•/ r OKAY, MOM, In, GLEAM UP THE BASEMEMT, LCMMfc SIC NOW— IPTOU HADTb HIRE SOMEONE — SAT BUCkS AN HOUR- -THAT WOULD srr TOU woe SO <J FOR LABOfi^ ALONE-- TOSS fW AWOTUER.CENT AMD A HALF *OR W)TMHOLOlM€r TAX -- AMOTWEP CEi^T FOR- SOCIAL SECURITY • THIS BEIN6 SATURDAY, DOUBLE FOP- OVERTIME WHOLE OPEKATiOW WOULD SETMXJ -, BACK EXACTLY— ?fer OONT BOTMep./ WHILE YOU WERE FIGURING WHATYOUK SALARY WOULP &£, L FINISHED TME JOB / ^ ill Copr. 1«M'hjr NCA S-rv!c«. tnt. "So you finished college, eh? Well, sir, I'm going to hire you if you can show us you know how to spell 1" "You forgot to plug in the cord!** . 1«* bj NEA fenic*. Inc. T. M. «.». U. S. fit Ttltviiion — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel I, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel I Wednesday Night, June 5:00 I Married Joan 6:30 Superman 7:00 TV Theatre 8:00 This Is Tour Life 8:30 Playhouse 9:00 Favorite Story 9:30 News 9:40 Clete Robert* 10:00 Sound Stage 10:30 News 10:40 Weatherman. 10:45 Adventure 11:00 Big Picture 11:30 Sign Off Thursday. June 17 5:50 Meditation 6:00 Today 6:25 News 6:30 Today 6:55 News 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News $:00 Ding Don§: School 8:30 Betty "White Show 8:55 Charm with Cathy 9:00 Home Shew, 10:00 Bride & Oroom 10:15 Hawkins fill* 10:30 Shopping at Home 11:00 Storyland 5:25 11:15 3 Steps to Heaven 5:30 11:30 Homemakers 5:45 12:00 News 6:00 12:15 Farm News 6:30 12:30 Channel Five Club 7:00 1:00 Kate Smith 7:30 2:00 Welcome Travelers 8:00 2:30 On. Tour Account 8:30 3:00 Pinky Lee Show 9:00 3:30 Howdy Doody 9:30 4:00 Bert Olswanger 9:45 4:15 Armchair Adventure 10:00 4:30 Lash of the West 10:30 4:45 Flicker Comics 10:40 5:00 Captain Video 10:45 5:15 Interesting Person 11:00 Weatherman Dinah Shore News Caravan Groucho Marx Cava'cade 01 America Dragnet Theatre Martin Kane Jackpot Calling Playhouse of Stars News Street Corner, USA Kocky King News Weatherman Adventure Film Feature Political Announcement' The Courier News is authorized to announce the following candidate for the Preferential Primary July 27. For State Representathr* Mississippi Co*nty H. H. (Buddyj Howard ' NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is given that, pursuant to a decree of the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, rendered on the 6th day of February. 1954. in the cause wherein George M. Lee, et al, were plaintiffs, and Victoria Saliba. et al, were defendants, the undersigned commissioner will, between the hours of 11:00 o'clock in the morning and 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon, on the 30th day of June, 1954, sell at the front door of the Court House in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, to the highest and best bidder, upon a credit of three months, the following personal property and real estate: All of the West 12y 2 feet, of Lot Number One d), in Block Twenty (20), of the Blythe Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, as shown by recorded plat of said addition, including all of the undivided, one-half interest of Victoria Saliba in and to the party wall on the West side of said property which serves as a fire wall between the building located on this property and the building immediately West of this property: and all of the cafe fixtures, equipment and other personal property situated in the building that is located upon the above-described property, including but not limited to all counters, shelves and shelving, stools-, chairs, tables, stoves and cooking equipment and utensils, refrigerator, cash register, dishes, silverware, glassware and all other equipment of every kind that is situated upon said premises belonging to Victoria Saliba, which are. used or useful in connection with the operation of a cafe business upon said premises. The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved secur-| ity to secure the payment of his bid, and a lien also will be retained upon the property to further secure j the same. j Dated this 8th day of June, 1954 j GERALDINE LISTON, Commissioner in Chancery. Marcus Evrard, Atty. for Pltf. 6/9-16 SHADY PARKING Ole Hickory Inn 7t7 W. Chickasawba Try placing a rubber or foam rubber mat in front of the sink and other work areas to lessen fatigue. Pure Sodium Chlorate 700 ifr. Drum 12 Highway 61 at State Line Phone OSborne 3-8414 "LET'S GO FISHING" BLYTHEVILLE'S MOST COMPLETE BAIT SHOP MINNOWS »nd GOLDFISH 30c dozen Roaches S1.25 hundred: nothing else to buy Ftahinf License—Fisherman's Luncii Bar Worms—Tackle—Cold Drinks Mercury Outboard Motors Feather Craft Aluminum Boats Plenty Free Parking Space 4: A.M N. Highway 61 The Bait Shop 6: P.M. Ph. POplar 2-2701 TUStT XXI [fright. He'd show the girJ what T> ICKY slowed until his open! a squirt her boy friend was. The JL\. window was even with the! stuck-up rats. ooen window on the girl's side of! LLnk sounded the signal on his the big car. "Come on "Whai can it do?" around and do what he wanted to. Not have to creep around in his father's stocker. "Say," Jerry exclaimed. "Isn't this the new Buick?" "Sure is," the boy said proudly. "Mind if I have a look at it?" The boy slipped the hood catch from inside the car. Jerry raised the hood. He looked for several moments. Then he straightened goose horn r alerting the others. up . « L efs see what she sounds Rickv veiled Ricky 8 rinned > knowing what " J i was coming. A moment later m , . , , , I Link hit his brakes.- The kid The km, about 16 or IT, shook s i ammed the brakes, the back end of his car threatening to leap-frog over the front end. Then Chub let him have a blast of the horn from behind, and the kid thought Chub was going to ram him. With all their horns blasting at him from every side, !he gunned to escape Chub. That was Link's signal to hit his brakes for a fleeting moment, enough to make the kid brake again in panic. Just as it looked as though his head and .grinned. The girl laughed. Like they were too good to be hurried, Ricky felt. "What's the matter, junior?" Ricky cried mockingly. "Papa say 30 miles an hour or he spank?" The kid's face lost its grin. Ricky could see that he was itching to kick the Buick. "Hey. sister," Ricky yelled at the girl. "Why don't you ditch ;Or are you his baby sitter?" j The girl looked away. The kid booted the Buick. inj? from car to car with big 'frightened eyes. Perfect! He didn't know who they were, but he hated them, and liked watchinf tfc*ir that and ride in something hot. j h « woul d ram Link, sly old Link- cracked his gas and jumped out of danger. Ricky dropped back, and with Jerry pressing ftook off fast, but Ricky knew the j f f om th , e lftft ; , the kid . went Over jkid would 'back off long before 'he was near peak rpm, He stayed with it. still on the right sid«. and the burst of speed was a signal if or the others to go into action. jLink sailed by, hie yellow convertible taking off like a jet, and pulled over until h« was directly in front of the Roadmaster. Then Jerry moved up until he was inches away on the left. side. Chub moved up from the rear, until his front bumper was within a foot or two of the Buick's rear. Sherm trailed, keeping an eye open for cops. It was a wide street, and they had the kid boxed the way they him. He couldn't slow, speed or turn. All he could do. was keep moving, a prisoner, worried stiff that he would dent or scratch the new car. He was scared. Ricky could tell that by the way the kid was hanging on to the wheel. The girl was look- on the parking. • * • '"THEY circled and came back to him. Link stopped where his lights shone on the Buick. The kid was really scared, and the girl looked about ready to scream. It was time for Jerry to go into his act. He got out of his car and strolled toward the Buick, his handsome, frank face showing deep concern. "Say, I'm sorry we ran you off the road," Jerry said in a friend- like." The boy tried the starter but the engine didn't catch. "I don't know what's wrong," the boy said, looking helpless. "Say. that's too bad," Jerry said sympathetically. "Sorry to hear that. Well, next time, maybe." He walked to Ricky's car. "What'd you do?" Ricky asked quietly. "Nothing. Nothing that a couple of factory - trained mechanics can't fix." The Dellville boys whooped with laughter as they drove oft. That poor nut. He didn't know whether to spit or go blind. They stopped at the first service station. "Hey!" Ricky yelled at the attendant. "There's a kid in a Buick stuck about eight blocks west. He wants you to come get him." After that the boys drov« around the residential section throwing firecrackers. * * * A FTER 15 or 20 minutes Ricky * decided it was time to clear out. There was a chance the kid in the Buick had called the cops. He led the guys downtown, to leave quietly and peacefully in the time set by the police. A couple of blocks on, Ricky ly tone. "We didn't mean to give heard one long and two short you such a rough time." The kid looked at him cautiously. He wasn't sure what they were going to do. "That's all right," the boy said, trying to sound casual. "I was afraid I blasts of a horn that signaled trouble. He looked in his rear- vision mirror and saw Sherm coasting toward the curb. Ricky stopped and jumped out. "She just up and died," Sherm was going to smack into that rag- j was saying to the others as Ricky +/\r\ " U* viA*ij4A*j isvuT^*»,*4 T >Ml^'«i ,**.«& .... top. convertible. He was beginning to f«*I more secure now. Evidently these fellows weren't hoodlums. They had given him a bad time, but shuck's, he wished he had a rod : of oil «va K> h* could drive' toward Link's came up. "What did it sound like?" "Didn't sound like anything," Sherm said. "Engine never doei when it's dead." "Try to turn her over," Link EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hard wart rhon« *-2tlS MEl/MAHC ARTHRITIC A rimJ C*+t* Tmbtat. q •*» *»om intwH nr |, rtlnj ttli* to d «* auiB « A.R. P»ln l fUKBY DRUG STORES ffl not n«UB»te. *«!,, l»inr quick, longer krtlnj TAKE IT HOME! !/ 2 Fried $|00 CHICKEN Razorback Drive-In is* I WASN'T FOQUW3 WHEN I \ f I LIKE TWIS TOWN FINE. SAID I \M\6 GOING TO STAV ] [ KM.V5E \OU CAN 6UESS WHY/ WECE IM CEMTECVILLE, BUT .VAVBE I CAjNj AT TUMT... IT COULD 6E... NOU 6ET LEN STDNE 6 CNLV A BOY/ .<r» / U I - ' ; T t used to be a drad-out fight ,J To oet her off ro school We'd have to threaten. and plead, We'd have to tu$ and oulll But now that it's vacation, Does she linger late in bed ?? Oh,no...she's up at 5 o'clock, DernandinO to be fed!« WHtffS 60N6 ON POWN Yf' WHICH ACT5 UP. TO STAY AWAY FKCM Th* W/NPOW/ CLVpt, ) 1 &4W IT FROM ) PDE5 TH!£ HAVE A- IGCTY Jt-m WINCt?VM< 6QMETHN6 TO PO TH6 \PUNJCH. IT WILL\WITH MV FATHEI7? TRUCK/j TO NIC6LV. HOW\*/HEN WILLVOU A50UT THEi5UT*nTELL A*»E WHAT I IT MEAPVTD /MUST CD 0£FORE >OU'LL RELEASE- HIM? M^^B »M? FOR RADIO AND TV REPAIR Call 3-4596 Jimmy Gean. repairman • AH work guaranteed • Prompt service ROSE SALES CO. 521 S. 21st WB WERE GOlWS HOWE fZOto. THE 5HOW WJD 5AW V0UK. LI5HT- ' GAD'. V0U 5TILL TTOUFOUWD THAT WORKIWG.FRED? \ (B*#!! WAKEY 1 . THERE'S NO WAV TO GET HIS HBRO 6KEPO* SCOTT 1 YOU WEAW HI6 AWD WE'LL FIWD SCONJi IP EMERY COP WRITER: ON OUP. SWF HA5 5TKU65LED IN VAIW! AUDIUE GOT A HORRIBLE 5U6PIG0W TU/VT DIP,TOOLAUD TOOK THE EA.5Y WAV OUT! PHOWY? WELL.H& WON'T GET WAV WITH IT! GOODl I COULP'MT ENJP ^Sl 5TOKY, BUT I FOUWD A 1 TO STALL FOR A WEEK OF I 5TRIF5. IT'LL LEAW5 HIS HERO IM AM EVEM \\Qfc& k HOPELESS FIV, BUT THNTU. BE WAG' IV - RADIO SERVICE More Than 20 Years Training and Experience. Factory Service Guarantee on All Makes. Blytheville Sales Co. Felix Carney, Mfr. 109 E. Main Ph. 3-3616 said. NEED PAINT? Wt can Savt You Money Pittsburf Standard Outside White 3.49 Sunbrite Outside White 1.95 Also In Pastel Shades ROSE SALES CO 501 S. 21 St. HOLYCOW, EUSTACE. LOOWTTHI5!! '5A DRAGON TRACK, SO HELP ME' >>•"= \ v THAT CAVERN \ \ *a / UP THERE MUST BE WELL..CMON, BOYLLE'S GO HAVE AT 'IM/ JU5T5IANDIN' AROUND FIGGERIN' AJNT GONNA PUT J,.. DRAGON STEAKS ON STABLE/ -*S" j- *; r .itftv- •/"•—; ^ * - y-6~ S ". '-~ ^Sr-^^^ ^M^::i J^^f^ -.^^ ''"" /w'"'„' ~' "r " ^^^^^'-T-' ^^I'^'l-K*--^ 6-|6 /'-,*''.'', C->p». 19V* tor NO fc*rvir*, l««. T M, ,£+i~,* ff * . .. /- .- ...-w... S. *«- 0»*. VMY HftS SO ftKkXNQOS XO

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