The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1954 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 21, 1954
Page 9
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MONDAY, KJN1 ft OUR 80 AH DING HOUSI — with Mojor Hoop It (D Y<?L> CHAP* FINISH ? ESAD/ T£LL M£ NNHO W0M.'-*- A S/AALL FORTON6- WAVTIM6 PHOTO- 6(?APH IS WORSS HUM »?Alrt WASH i V_-.-v ^^ i Kk£ //i CAfAERA WONT 100 OUT OUR WAY BLYTH1TILLI (ARK.) COTTIER WBWS ______——.—«———•—— By J. R. Williams THEY'RE F.OHT1KK5 \ f THEY Pgjjrr ^ 5 T^j/MO E jH^RE'- MT^S wS: / r^grlSS ft£ >>€LLIN6 / V CM TH WAY 5W6ET APELIME OWOURPDf2CH fJOT ^ NOW UE'5 SEE YOU <3O 'ROUWD THEM TWO 1 J Jt I I ALWAYS THINK OF HANNIBAL, ELEPHANTS THEY SURELOOK: LIKE SOMETMIN6 our OP HISTORIC WES, DONT TMer/ HAMBURG L PARAO6/ I ALWAYS TH(MK OP THEM AS THE PROUD AMD MAJESTIC LORDS OF THE JUM6LE / WELL. wo., OOMT ELEPWHTS INSPIRE YOU TO ASJ THOUGHT? LEMNA6 SEE — IF AM ELEPHAM' WEIGHS TWO TOMS — AMD YOU CAN 6ET EK3HT HANABUB5EP.S OUT"OF ONE POUND OF CHOPPED MEAT- >b'j TtkvMM — T. B i 9 ht, Tomorrow - WMCT Chonn.l 5, * WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Chmmnel f Mon*»y Night, June W «:00 To Be Announced «:30 Voice Of Firestone 7:00 Cisco Kid 7:30 Robert Montgomery 8:30 Who Saifl Tnat 9:00 Dennis Day 9:30 News 9:45 Clete Hobert* 10:00 Wrestling 10:30 New* 10:40 Weather 10-45 Adventure 11:00 Talent Patrol 11:30 Sign Otf Tuesday, June 3t 5:50 Meditation 6:00 Today 6:25 News «:30 Today 6:55 News 7:00 Tod&y 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Ding Dong School 8:30 Betty White Show 8:55 8:00 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 12:00 12:15 12:30 1:00 1:30 3:00 J -30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:25 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:30 7-00 7:30 Charm with Cathy Home Show Bride * Groom Hawkins Falls Shopping at Home Secrets Of Olamout Storyland 3 Steps to Heaven Hometoakers News Farm Hews Channel Five Club Mrs. IT. S. A. Ask Washington Welcome Travelers On Tour Account Truth or Cons*. Bltt Baker Mr. District Atty. News News Clete Roberts Dare Oarroway News Weather Adventure Film Featur* Sign Oft Howdy Doody Berl Olswanger Armchair Adventur* Lash of the Weet Captain Video Slim. Rhodes Interesting Person Weatherman Dinah Shore News Caravan Midwestern Hayrfcl* Arthur Murray pty. Flresdle Theatre Top Plays of the Tr. 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 8:30 8.45 10:00 10:30 10:40 10:45 11:00 11:30 WHBCI Monday N'ijtht, June «:00 Burns and Ali«n «:30 Talent ScOutg 7:00 J Love Lucy ?-.30 Caribbean souven. »:00 Summer Theater "9:00 Liberace 9:30 Bncore Theater 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Late Show Tueiday. June M «-.00 MOrnlne Show 7:55 News 8:00 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:25 11:30 12:00 1:00 1:30 1:45 2:00 2:15 2:30 3:00 4:15 4:30 5:00 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:05 10:15 it' Rich Valiant Lady Love of Life Search for To'row Guiding Light Kitchen Magic News Garry Moore House Party Big Payoff Lady of the House Bob Crosby Brighter Day Secret Storm Robert Q. Lewis Early Show Exercise with Jojre Western Theat»r Mars Patrol News Jo Stafford Flash Gordon Made in U.S.A. Meet Millie Steel Theater See It Now Danger Danny Thoma* Weather News Late Show Politicol Announcement The Courier News is authorized to announce the following candidate lor tfae Preferential Primary July 37. For H. H. (Buddy* Howard SHADY PARKING Ole Hickory Inn 7t7 W. Chlckasawba. Canadian $«tt/«mtnt Melting into 'Grounc/' OTTAWA (jP — A 10-man survey party is seeking a new site for the remote Arctic community of Aklavik on the MacKenzie River delta 70 miles south of the Arctic Ocean. The 42-year-old settlement, largest in the Canadian Arctic, is in JOHNSON GRASS KILLER 99% P*re Sodium Cklorate 700 Lb. Webby vert Tile C0. 61 »t State Lin« Phone OSbome 3-8414 danger of sinking: through melting permafrost. Summer heat, ground warmth created by buildings and excavations and roads turn the present permafrost terrain into a quagmire. Lack of an adequate year-round water supply and sewage disposal system has created a serious health problem for the 400 whites, 250 Eskimos and 125 Indians who live in the community. it* Closeout Price d Hardwor* 'rompt DRIVIRY SERVICE Phon« 3-4507 Hour*: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. wrtti DeMvcry to 7 p.«ft. WOODS DRUG STORE Ml WMi Main 8ft. AGENTS FOR BUTLERAND RED TOP GRAIN BINS Byrum Implement Co. 118 E. Main—Phone 3-4404 TAKE IT HOME! H Fried 1100 CHICKEN Razorback Drivt-ln 2-2015 XXV j face was serious. •*•*• "I'm starting the club again . . . but there's something else. H I want that custom shop, I've got to help prove that guys arent outlaws just because they want their cars different Rods have to be made respectable, if there's a future in building them." "Axe you and Merle still planning to go in business together?" "I don't know about Merle. Think we could get a loan from the bank to start the business?" "I make loans to farmers who have the ability to bring,in a crop. Whether or not the bank can lend you money will depend on how good a risk you appear to be." "I've never tried anything and Merle's never succeeded," Ricky said wryly. "Merle's a good practical mechanic," Mr. Madison said. "But your business needs someone who can create designs, and manage the financial «nd o< it. Someone to manage the business." "I know," Ricky admitted. "Sometime* wh«n J'm up here trying to figure out new dtsigns I get stuck. It's not just a question of what lints Td like to draw, but what can b« don* with different materials and what can't I think there's a bif future in new kinds of plastic bodi«, but I don't know enough about the materials. ^H I could experiment ..." "Iowa State's close , . . and good," Mr. Madison said, "We could work something out, Ricky All we have to do is try/' "I'll try, Dad. And I'll prove it by starting up the Dellville Timing Association again. We might get the horse laugh from a lot of guys, but what we want is important. Too important ^to let anybody kid us out of it" • * * »|^HE new Dellville Timing As•* aociation was three weeks old, and m far an Rkky was con- cerned it had produced only one tangible result—S h a r o n was allowed to drive with him again. They decided to celebrate by going to a drive-in movie in Des Moines. The little coup* was washed and polished to a spotless finish when Ricky parked it in front of Sharon's house. In the right- hand corner of his windshield he carried the sticker of the DTA, a blue wheel with the letters DTA in the center in goid. So far the sticker was producing everything but th« desired effect. Designed to inform police and other authorities that the driver was careful, helpful and competent, it had been ignored by all authorities other than Arnie. He said it looked fine. Most adults scowled at it ac the symbol of bad driving, and the other teen-age drivers went out of their way trying to teas* him into drag races and other violations of the DTA code. It hadn't been an easy three weeks. Mr. Bruce opened the door, pipe in mouth. "She'll be down in a minute. Ricky," he said, leading Ricky to the living room. "Acts as though she'd nevar seen you before, and if afraid to meet you." "I fuess women think tfs fashionable to be late," Ricky said, glancing at has wrist watch. Mr. Bruce snorted. That's what they $ay, my boy. The truth is, they're born without any sense of time at all." "Dad say* Mom thinks time stands still wh«a sbt't on the telephone." "Don't mention that instrument to me," Mr. Bruce said, shuddering. "If you ever have any teenage daughters of your dwn, you'll know what I mean." Ricky blushed. "I guess some of that's my fault" "Well. I'd hope she isnl talking to herself. By the w»y, how's the DTA coming?" "Pretty alow," Ricky aaid glumly. "We have seven mem- s. "Jerry, Sherm, me and four kids who don't even own cars. They drive the family cars —when they can get them." "What's your program now?" "That's what we can't figure out We don't have enough members to do much of anything but sit around and talk shop." "You're in the same boat as all the other organizations." Mr. Bruce said. "What to do that will create a little interest and build membership/' "The drag strip would do it," Ricky said. "But the way we're going, it will be a thousand years before we get that." "You'll have to work toward it You'll make it. Just don't be discouraged." "Oh, I'm not Mr. Bruce," Ricky said. But he was. ""You need something that will focus public attention on your group. A driving team might do it The Dellville Timing Association Drivers, or something." "We don't have any place to practice." "It would be easier to get a place to practice than a driving strip. And a step in the right direction. I ... Ah, here comes Sharon." plCKY stood up as Sharon •"• came into the room. He'd expected her to be in a skirt and blouse or s 1 * c k s. His eyes widened when he saw her in a print dress with a wide belt and full skirt And she was wearing white sandals with a fairly high heel. She had combed her hair back up, to be cool, and Ricky, who had been expecting an informal girl, was suddenly struck dumb at the sight of the beautiful girl who was to be his data. "Approve?" Sharon asked Ricky, her smile teasing a little. *"I fuess I do," he answered awkwardly. "You look real nice." "Well, kids," Mr. Bruce said, "I won't insult you by telling you to be careful. Have a good time.* "Thanks," Ricky said. "We will. And no drags." "You can drive in high," Mr. Bruce said dryly. (Ta Be Continued) IHEUMAT1C AJtTHSmC TOMS Offwd Fart* Idiaf Fraa ?mm fr «atm Maa4 rtMM* fro» totwti will not akuiMt*. Reduce* aric »e'4. giving quick, longer kiting relief to M*ted p*in». G«t main* A.H. P«in Tablrtt. 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