The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1954 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 19, 1954
Page 7
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SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1954 BLYTHBVILLE (ARlt> COURIER NEWS PAG1 MJVJN OUR BOARDING HOUSI - with Major Hooplt , MI5TAK MATOK.' £F D£M BOSSES DOI^T LOOK ZACKLY F(|S][£K— ATLANTIC /-VUICMPN^J —'VVHU: —>A V/A, TT ALv HIS MOSi 15 1(4 PRONT--71 WA L T£, ^, «TH05£ TWO PONIES 1$ CLOSER , 3CHIMD/ AV4PP \ ^ HA\JS TO OUT OUR WAY By J R. William! RANCH HOUSES WERE KEPT CLOS-EC? WITH A BAR. BUT MOT THAT KINCV IT'5- IM AT TH 1 NOW, TOQ,' fl OH. WO, MOT AC)A»M.' AFTER TMRSE AKJC? OF PRESSURE... CUR BEAUTIFUL NEW TYPE HOUSE. THE WEATHER PROPHET HAS THE MAD A SMALL DOWW- AND FLIPPED i rrfe \OURS, / MASTER LARD / EAT AS MUCH AS YOU WISH AMO THEN I'LLJ?ETURM CREAM I AMD FASMION6O A FRANKENSTEIN ? EACH DAY YOU CAN COME IN AMD &T— AND FAY A . BEHOLD THE SUNDWfr THAT LASTS UMTILTHi FOUOWIN6 SATURDAY- - DEUVEftSO ON TWF — Tonifht, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, & WHBQ Channel 13 WMCI Channel I Saturday Nigbt, Juae 6:00 Bank on the 6:30 Amateur Hour 7:00 Sat. Wight Review 8:30 Private Secretary 9:00 Wre«tllng 10:00 Public Dtf*nd«T 10:30 News 10:40 Weather "ib:45 Adventure 11:00 Amateur KlffM 11:45 Sign Cftt Sunday, June N 10:25 News 10:30 This Jt the LW* 11:00 Youth Wanta 11:30 Frontlerg of Fatih 12:00 Better Wving The*. 12:30 The City Is Tou 12:46 Industry on Parade 1:00 Capitol New* 1:30 Parade of Progress 2:00 Kukla. Fran & OHte 2:30 Stu Brwln 3:00 Pride of the Family 8:30 Ithel & Albert 4:00 Meet the PreM 4:30 Roy ftogers 5:00 Television Theatre 3:30 Mr. Peepers 6:00 Comedy Hour 7:00 TV Playhouae 8:00 Racket Squad 8:30 Badge 714 9:00 Story Theatre 9:30 News 9:40 Wcathw $:45 News Weekly 5:lS 0:00 Colonel Flack 5:25 10:30 News 5:30 10:35 Sunday Night Thea. 5:45 12:00 Sign Off 8:00 Monday, June H 6:30 S:50 Meditation 7:00 «:00 Today 7:30 «:35 News 8:30 6:30 Today 9:00 fl:55 NeWB 9:30 7:00 Today 9:45 7:25 News 10:00 7:30 Today 10:30 7:55 News 10:40 8:00 Ding Dong School 10:45 8:30 Betty White Show Li:00 «:3S Charm with Cathy 11:30 9:00 Home Show 10:00 Bride & Groom 10:15 Hawkins Falls 10:30 Shopping at Home 11:00 Story land 1:00 11:15 3 Steps to Heaven 1:30 11:30 Homemakert 2:00 t2:00 News 2:30 12:15 Farm Newt *:00 12:30 Channel Five Club 4:30 1:00 Mr*. U. S. A. 3:00 1:30 Ask Washington 5:30 2:00 Welcome Traveler! 6:00 2:30 On Your Account 7:00 3:00 Pinky Lee Show 7:30 3:30 Howdy Doody 8:00 4:00 Berl Olswanger 830 4:15 Armchair Adventure 9:00 4:30 Lash of the West 9:15 4:45 Hartooni . 9:20 5:00 Captain Video 9:30 Interesting Person Weatherman Tony Martin Show News Caravan To Be Announced Voice of Firestone Cisco Kid Robert Montgomery Who Said That Dennis Day News Clete Robert* Wrestling News Weather Adventure Talent Patrol Sign O« WHttC| Channel IS Sunday, June 20 Look Up and Live Invitation to Ideas Man of the Wqpk Youth Takes Stand American Week You Are There Earn You Vacation Your Playtime Toast of the Town O. E. Theater Man Behind Badge Mr. and Mrs. Nona What's My Line News Special Do You Know Why Photogravure Break the Bank 10:00 Walter Wlnchell 10:15 Martha Wright Monday, June II 6:00 Morninf Show 7:55 News 8:00 Arthur Godfrey 8:45 Exercise with Joy* »:00 Arthur Godfrey 0:30 Strike it Rich 10:00 Valiant Lady 10:15 Love of Lift 10:30 Search for 10:45 Ouldint Light 11:00 Kitchen Mafie 11:25 New* 11:30 Garry Moore 12:00 Double or Nothing 12:30 House Party 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Fashion Fair 1:45 Bob Crosby 2:00 Brighter Day 2:15 Secret Storm 2:30 Robert Q. Lewi* 3:00 Early Show 4:15 Don Franklin Sh«w 4:30 Western Theater 5:00 Mars Patrol 5:30 News 0:00 Burns and Allea 0:30 Talent Scouta 7:00 I Lore Lucy 7:30 Caribbean Souven.. 8:00 summer Theater 9:00 Liberace 9:30 Incore Theater 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Late fchow Political Announcement The Courier News is Authorised to announce tht following candidate for tht Preftr«ntitl Primary July 3T. tot SUto BevrMtnUttr* MiMfetlppf C»«nty a ft. (Buddy; Howard The daily secretion of the salivary glands is about one liter, or .056 quarts, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. JOHNSON GRASS KILLER 90% Pure Sodium 700 U. $| *)50 DrttM I Z. Webb CuiYert Tile Co. Highway 61 at State Lixt* Hione OSborne S-8414 than a rolling boi-l temperature to prevent a dark ring forming between the white and the yolk. Paint Closeout Typei and C«lort Price Hubburd Hardware TAKE IT HOME! H Fried CHICKEN $100 Razorback Drive-In rompl DILIVIRY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Hours: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. with Delivery to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE Ml ffMt Main Si EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phon« J-M15 XXTV ^ went in th* house with hi« feet dragging. It was all Link's fault Whenever Link was along they always wound up doing something mean. One of «hese nights he'd whip Link right down to the ground. He stood in the kitchen, blink- tang in the light " la, Mom.** [ "Hello, dear. Are you hungry?" i •'Kinda." He grinned, ! -I baked a cake today. How about some oak« and a glass of milk?" "Sounds good." He paused. "Is !Oad around? Maybe he'd like •ome too." Ricky went to th« Mving room door. Hfe father wac sitting m i easy chair. "Dad . . ." Madison optned hta havinf SOIIM milk and leak*. Tou want some too?" -Sound* Ilk* a good id*m, Ricky. I'm gtad y<w asked me to join you." It had been so tag Moot (bey i tad done anything together they didn't bavt to, that they were awkward about it Ricky and hfa father sat at the table, and Mrs. Madison Joined them. They were all glad to us* tb* cak* as an excust for conversation. When h« was eating the second piece his father said casually, "How's th« coup* running?" "Likt a top," Ricky answered. "Were you out of town again tonight?" his mother askad. 7 "Yeah," Ricky said cartlessly. ."But he tensed. Had there been •>a report from Dts Molnas? He'd 'deny everything. "I heard you coming home," Mr. Madison said. "You wert "coming pretty fast" ; "We always speed up a little .on the flat," Ricky said. "Everybody dots," Ha was afraid they wera folng to question him. Ha forced a yawn. "Gotta gtt up carlv and go to work," he mumbled , A isw niMrtas aftar Bk*r went up, his rather followed. When he went into Ricky's room, Ricky was sitting on the bed with his shirt off, reading an article about carburetion. "Rick . . . I'd like to talk to you for a moment." "Sure, Dad. What about?" He kept looking at his magazine. "I'll come to the point, Ricky. Are you going to make me treat you like a child and take the car away?" Ricky didn't look up, but the stubborn, set look came over his face. "I know what you've been doing, Ricky. I think I know why. But there isn't any reason good enough for me to sit back and let you kill yourself. I want you to know that" Ricky remained statue-like. 'Tell me something, Ricky. Was that Timing Association idea on the level?" * • • TJICKY looked up, his eye* ra- sentfuL "It sure was. And you see how far it got us, too!" •Did you believe all the things you read to the council about safety, and safe driving? Do you think accidents can be cut down if teen-agers try?" "Sure they can. It's been proved!* "The council turned you down —the first time. And because you didn't get what you wanted when you asked for it, you chickened out on a good idea." "Nobody wanted to stick," Ricky said. "Not after whtt happened," Ricky's father shook his head. "So you're all going to prove that council was right Is that it?" "What can we do now?" Ricky asked, "You had a good idea and you wanted official backing for it. Sure. But food ideas are a dime a dozen, What did you have to prove to the council that you could keep your end of the bargain? Noth'ng but yo-ir word air; your record. And your record it I awfuL The way you fellows are acting now, the council was right in thinking you were trying to blackmail them." "You told me to see the council," Ricky said. "I did it your way." "I know. And I thought they'd agree. But I didn't think you and your friends would turn yellow and quit the moment you had to fight for what you-wanted." "What do you want me to do?" Ricky cried. "Look, Ricky, the Timing Association idea is good, isn't it?" "Sure." "Then isn't it worth working for? Having your organization, obeying the rules, and showing that you can be safe, responsible drivers? If your idea is sound, it's sound whether the council likes it right away or not. It's up to you to prove that you're worthy of the favor you ask." • * • «T SEE," Ricky said slowly, A thinking hard. "But I dont know how many guys would join this way." "All right Start it with the ones who have sense enough to see it's the only way to do it Alone, if you have to. H you really believe in the airnt and objectives of your club, you'll stick by it alone." "I think Jerry would Join,* Ricky said. "And maybe Chub and Sherm. I don't know about Link. And I know some other guys who might try it How long would we have to ... be okay before we oould get the drag strip?" Mr. Madison shrugged. "I dont know. Months . . . years. . . . But if you believe in your organization, and follow its rule* whether it brings you favors or not, I think you'll find you've earned the respect and trust you need to get that drag strip. What do you say, Ricky? Do you have the stuff to do it? What are you made of?" Ricky looked down at his magazine and grinned. Then he looked up at his father. "This is the first time you let n\e have it 'i!:c . like another man. Not ike a l : :i!" !;!;'." (T* Be CealiMM) SHADY PARKING Ole Hickory Inn Iff W. ChlekaaawlM AGENTS FOR BUTLER AND RED TOP GRAIN BINS ByrIP Implement Co. 118 E. 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