The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 17, 1954 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

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1HUW0AT, JTTWI If, (ARK.) GOTOIER HEWS PAW OUR WARDING HOUSi — wi* Moj»r Httph CRICK Of* TU AND *& 5PECKL6DR5H AT IT, JASOW SAHARA FLOWER WAS LEFT ATTM& —STANDING 6IDEWAYS U/W/ NOVJ O <3ALLOfTCM LEMGTH5 WALLFLOWER OUT OUR WAY ly J. R. Williams REMEM8ER. WHEW \ —•> VOU GET A FAMILY ,^_ SOUK OWN, C~ ^ NEVER LET THEM L!PARK. WEAR A VACAMT LOT, A PUMP OR JUNK 60W3 THIRTY M e •c u. M X 1 i J( Do Yt>u HAV/B- Tb US* THAT c TONE OP- VOICE?I KNOW I'M A NUISANCE f BUT DO TOU THINK ITS PUN 6EIN6 A kTlO BROTHER. * A SHRIMP? A ' FOLLOWER ? A PA'M-fN- THE-NECK |M MAND- ME-DOWM ,» b r NEA S*nto». M*. T. ML »•* "• »• P>t °"' Tekrmon — Tonifht, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, ft WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel 6 f hursday Night. June M -i:K 6:00 Groucho Marx 6:00 t :30 Cava'cade of America 6:25 1:00 Dragnet 6:30 T:30 Thwtre <:55 8:00 Martin Kane 7:00 S:30 Jackpot Calling 7:25 9:00 Playhouse of 8rt»r§ T:30 J:30 News 7:55 9:45 Street Corner, V*A 8:00 10:00 Rocky King 8:30 ltt:30 New« 3:55 H):Kl Weatherman 9:00 10:45 Adventure 10:00 11:00 Film Feature 10:15 11:45 Sign Off 10:30 Friday, June 11 11:00 Meditation 1{ : *5 Today ";30 News l2 -°° Today 12:15 News 12:30 Today 1:00 News 3:00 Todiiy 2:30 News 3:00 Ding Dong Schcjol 3:30 Betty White Show 4:00 Charm with Cathy 4:15 Home Show 4:30 Bride <k Groom 4:45 Hawkins Pall* 5:00 Sboppin at Hom« 5:15 Storvland 3 Steps to Heaven Homemafcers News Farm News Channel Five Club Kate Smith Welcome Traveler* On Tour Account Flnfcy Lee Show Howdy Doody Berl Olswanger Armchair Adx'enture Lash of the West Hartoons Captain Video Interesting Person 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Eddie Fisher 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Wild Bill Hickok 6:30 Life of Riley 7:00 Big Story 7:30 Matt Clark. RR Dec. 8:00 Cavalcade of Spta 8:45 Greatest Fights 9:00 LOretta Young Show 9:30 News 9:45 Governor Clement 10:00 My Little Margie 10:30 News 10:40 Weatherman 10:45 Clete Roberts 11:00 Hollywood MO vie Rameees H, of Egypt, had the largest family of which there is record. Two hundred children were in the family. Inscriptions made by their father mention 111 sons and 50 daughters. /" rompt romp l DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Hours: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. with Delivery to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main 81 JOHNSON GRASS KILLER 99% Pure Sodium Chlorate 700 U. || *}50 Drum I ^ Webb Culvert Tile Co. Highway 61 »t State Lin* Phone OSborne 3-8414 WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS ttftliC* TAKE IT HOME! i/ 2 Fried IfOO CHICKEN Razorback Drive-In EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2015 lifted th« hood of Shertn's car and peered insick he tried to start When it fwouJdat catch, Sherm studc lass 'head oat of the window. "Tv« got » hunch," he JTroubie's in the ig ..." ' They heard ft for orfr a end, th*n th« sound was g«>«- **Prowi CM," Chub said w>- easily. „ "We'd better make tracks. ,L.infc «aid quickly, pulling down the hood of Sherm's car. "Let's Wl owt." r •Tley," Shetm protested. "What about me?" "Rid« with mt," Lie* ordered. *^Corne on. "Aw, I doet WM* to leav« my tod . . ." "Well e«ne bi«k for It Come «or Ricky stood by trying to kx* cool and r«l«x«d »ad daring, his thumbs hooked in his belt. He wasn't going to let Lmk take the Jead away from him. -Well take |jou and your ear, St*rm. m ,u*rf you." ! -You'll be caught," Link »aid. i "Maybe. Yo« other guys g« (gone. Meet you at the north city limits. We'll go west now, and circle. See you!" He sprinted for Ms ear and peeled it around in a tight circle, coming in behind 8h«rm. The •then were already on their way. With Ricky pushing, Sh§r» turned west, and then Ricley opened up ac they led tor the 'eity limits. Ricky didn't take any chances —«n being caught by tht copi. He pushed fast, and before many blocks he wa« shoving Sherra ahead at better than 50. He wa* •lightly to the left of center behind Sherm, so he could see around him, and that tended to twist Sherm, but Ricky mew Shenr, emild handk the car, and he bore down. Tbey tow acroM Ihi «r MM with the sound of the police siren behind him. Sherm's hand went up in the air, to signal for a right turn. Ricky backed off, giving Sherm a chance to slow down and make the turn. He followed, feeling his wheels leave paying and hit dirt Thee Sherm signaled him up again, and he made contact and pushed Sherm again. He knew why Sherm had chosen the dirt road. As the two cars sped swaying over the rough surface, they raised a thick cloud of dust, a choking, blinding screen that would shield them. T>ICKY himseK wae almost -"• blinded, but he kept his eyes glued to Sherm's tail-lights. Sherm would give the brake* a warning feather touch if be had to, but there were always emergencies. A bad break and they'd have to-dig him out of the back of Sherm's neck with a nutpick. Ricky chanced a glance to the rear, but there was no sign of other auto lights. He slowed his rate of speed, and ia a little while Sherm signaled for another turn. Again Ricky backed off and followed Sherm into a long, tree- lined drive that ended at a farm house. They turned off their lights and parked in the shadows, where the dark cars melted into the night Ricky turned off his engine. The two boys got out «f their cars, stretching, wiping dust from their eyes, chuckling softly. The night was still. There were no sounds of pursuit. "Well, we done her," Sherm said, his big frame shaking with pleased laughter. "A couple of timer I thought you were gonna get my head for a new bood ornament." "I didn't Me anything," Ricky said. "1 know. If you had seen what I tew, you'd have turned back to meet those cops." They raised toe boo* of U* car and looked at the engine with the aid of a flashlight "Here it is, Sherm," Ricky said. "Your coil got disconnected. No wonder we couldnt get you started. As simple as that." Sherm tried his car again and the engine caught at once. "We'd better shove," Sherm said. "The guys will be waiting." The five cars met at the north city limits, and with Ricky in the lead they headed south, down Second Street, long Des Moines 1 unofficial drag strip. They drove steadily and slowly, just at the legal limit The prowi car picked them up as they were entering the downtown area. Again it was the same policeman who had talked to Ricky before. "Hello, Officer," Ricky said cheerfully. "We're leaving right on time." The policeman looked at him coldly. "Where have you been since I saw yon last?" -North," Ricky said. "We thought w«'d go tip to Ankeny for a sandwich. It's easier to find a parking place there." "I don't suppose you could possibly be the people who were making trouble in the west end of town?" "What kind of trouble?" "Maybe throwing firecrackers.* "All rods look alike at nigh|" Ricky said. "Must be a hundred just like the one Tm driving." /~\N impulse the policeman ^ walked back to Link's car. "Where have you fellows been tonight?" he asked Link. "No place," Link answered. "You wouldn't by chance be the group that was ia Ankeny tonight?" "Ankeny?" Link echoed, scratching his chin. "Honest, Officer, we weren'Cas close ac 10 miles to Ankeny!" The policeman stood back while the five cars drove away at a discreet crawl. His lips were tight, his expression one of extreme exasperation. "Next time, the book!" he shouted after tho departing rods. (To Be Continue*) Political Announcement The Courier News IS authorized to announce the following candidate for the Preferential Primary July 27 Pot State ReprMenUttv* Mississippi Cennt? H. H. 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FOR WA6 TO WlMO WEEK 1 , /.l^-l m UP MOW! ^FTER THEY'VE H/XD TO FIKII5H THA.T 5T0RV, ILL n-Vfc^CRKWL IWTO A POLICE 5TATWW I I ^^ X *i t .... .*• j* •» M. 11Q i i w eS T U k r\ LAIR, HE'UL RE PICKED UP BS TONK3HT! WOW'T 5U5PECT A HO NOW, Y'SEE? ALL THAT FUSS FOR NUTHIN! AS FAR AS I CAN SEE, THERE AIN'T NUTHIN IN HERE BUT NOW EUSTACE, TAKE IT EAST, BOX NUTHIN TO BE SCARED OE JUST A LI'L.OL' DRAGON, THA'5 AU./

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