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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 1, 1949
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FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGB Fordmen Defeat Kilowatters 11-6 Ark-Mo'* 7-Gom. Winning Streak Ended by Setback The Ark-Mo Kilowatters victory string was snapped at seven games last night when the up and coming Phillips Motor Company Fordmen handed the league leaders their first Mfejcat of the season, a 11-6 setback «Tthe second game of a City Softball League doublehe&der at Walker Park. Bill Baker, who has taken over Hie mound duties for the Fovclmen in the absence of Tom Ivey, go good backing from his team mates at the plate as he hung up his sec- mid, straight win. The Kilowatters touched Baker for seven hits bu could never come through when i counted. In last night's first game the Hoi land Lions hung loss No. 8 on th Owens Druggists to the tune of 8- defeat. Avis went the distance to the Lions allowing the Druggist only two hits. Score II Runs in Inning A 10-run second inning, which in eluded a three-run homer by John ny Duclos, gave Baker a big w<jrk ing margin which was at no time seriously threatened. The Ford- men scored their other tally in the seventh frame. Ark-Mo'3 scoring, like that of Phillips, was piled into two' innings. The Kilowatters pushed across a single tally In the first inning and scored the other five In a fifth inning rally. Ramon (Spike) Morton of the Kilowatters led both teams in hitting with two hits in four trips. ' Stewart Gurley started on the hill for Ark-Mo but was sent to the bench In the second by the Ford- men's 10-run- rally. Billy Denton JjgGk over on the mound and finisu- , 9i the contest. Denton and Gurley allowed only five hits but errors afield hurt them*and cost them the ball game. In the Owens-Holland affair, Charles Walker of Holland led the hitting with two of his team's five hits. Ward and B. Haynes collected Owens' only hits, Kelly started on the mound for Owens but was relieved in the fourth by B. Haynes. Box scores: Holland 8. OvveK.s 1 Owens AB Gurley c 3 Haynes 2b 3 Ward ss 2 HOW THEY \STAND AMERICAN LEAOUB W L Vew York 44 24. hlladelphia 39 30 Detroit 3» 31 leveland 35 30 Boston 35 31 Washington 31 35 hlcago 27 42 St. Louis 20 46 NATIONAL LKAGUE W L Brooklyn 41 26 St. Louis 40 27 Philadelphia 38 Jo/fin' Joe's Three-Run Homer Sends Yanks Over Red Sox 6-3 Boston .............. 38 New York ............ 33 Cincinnati ..'. ......... 27 Pittsburgh. ........... 27 Chicago .............. 26 p c t, .538 .530 .470 .391 .303 Pet .612 .597 543 .543 .493 .415 .409 .382 SOUTHER* LEAGUE W L Nashville ............ 44 29 Birmingham .......... 43 29 Atlanta ....... , ...... 39 30 Mobile ................ 36 34 New Orleans ........ , . :« 39 Little Kock .......... 35 31 Chattanooga ......... 29 46 Memphis ............. 25 44 Yesterday's Results AMKR1OAM I.KAGUK New York 6 Boston 3 Detroit 12 Cleveland 6 Washington 8 Philadelphia 6 Only games scheduled NATIONAL i,EA(illE Chicago 12 St. Louis 5 Pittsburgh 2 Cincinnati 1 Philadelphia 4 Brooklyn 2 Boston 3-6 New York 0-2 SOUTHEUN LEAOliK Atlanta 7 Chattanooga 2 New Orleans G Memphis 2 Little Roi^k 7 Mobile 4 Nashville 11 Birmingham 5 .603 .597 565 •S1J .487 W. Hay If Williams cf Reason rf M. Hay 3b Kells- p .. B. Haynes Young Ib . Totals . . Holland Terry If .. Coleman 2b Slaton tb Prichard rf 2 Walker 3b Glover ss Reid c Avis p oner rf Today's Games AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Washington (night) Boston at Philadelphia (night) Chicago at, Detroit (night) St. Louis at Cleveland (night) NATIONAL I.:;A<;UE Brooklyn at New York Pittsburgh at Chicago Philadelphia at Boston (night) Cincinnati at St. Louis < night) SOUTHKRN LKAUUE Night Games New Orleans at Memphis. Atlanta at Chattanooga. Mobile at Little Rock. Binnitigtinin at Nashville. By J»k Hand ' (AHoclated rrfff Sports Writer) Better check those all-star votes. The name Joe DIMagglo s*«nw to be missing. If there Is any legitimate 100 percent all-star In the baseball business today. Joe Is II. Wliat matter that he missed the first 65 games? | Off his showing In three ball games, he belongs on the team. . Ask the folks up around Fenway Park, where he led the New York Yankees to three stunning victories- over the Red Sox. He'd be elected by acclamation. Lou Boudreail. as manager ol the American League team In Uie July 12 all-star game at Brooklyn, has the privilege of naming the rest of his squad after the eight non- pitching starters have been selected by fan vote. He can the Yankee Clipper, ft only as a pinch hitter. When Lou picks 1m squad, you'll probably lind Jolting Joe ri»ht behind the first three outfielders picieJ by Ihe fans—Ted Williams Tommy Hemich and brother Do. Sinre D'MiR entered the majors in 19'!6, he hr>c been named In 10 -Har teams, missing only 19^ 44-45 when he was in service H didn't play in l!)4fi although he «'!> on the srtuad and last year at St Lou's he was injured and appear ed only 3° a ninch-hitter. BMs Fmirlh Homer Joltins Joe tiid it a^in yesterrias crashing a three-run homer in th seventh inning to provide the \vln nin^ 6-3 msir-un over the d?^e;l Re Sox. He proved lie is human by hit tin? into a double o T ay, and pop ping oub as well. Al.S'i he walke once and was hit !>,•' a vl 1 - : ied to I For three day.^. D:V;\? r no'o p?i rpT'nee chart read like this: AB R H Pct. 11 5 5 .455 Home Runs RBI PO A E 4 » IS 0 0 HI* first hit wis a single, but the ist four have been homers to tie ohnny Mil* of the New York lants for Ihe most homers by in ctlve player. Each has hit 307. The Sox ire now in fifth place, ight full games back. Vic Raschl ave up i dozen hits in a roule-go- ig job for his l*th victory. Washington gave the Yanks » tile more breathing room by nocking off Philadelphia, 8-6. In lie only night game. The loss left he second place A's 5 1-2 games jehlnd New York. Tl;crt Blast Clevrland A four-run rally in the eighth fler two were out helped Dick Weik win his first major leairue ame as a reliefer for Joe Haynes. Dick Powler was the loser. Detroit cut loose with a 17-hit attack on Early Wynn and three other Cleveland pitchers for a 121 triumph that moved them into hird place ahead of the Tribe. Brooklyn and St. [mils both lost n the National, leaving the Dod- r.ers nut front °>' » ful1 8 ami! - ' rhe Phils' veteran lefty. Ken HelnUel- unll tsmed the Dodgers 4-2, and the Chicago Cubs bon-b?d thr Tdinals. 12-5. with H-nk Edwarrti iiittins two homers, scoring fivi runs an:t driving in four. Bill Vniselle ami Glenn Elliol hurled the Boston Braves to a rtnu We victory over the Gnnts, 3-0 ivnd 6-2 Elbie Fletcher's three-run ho met- ofl Hani; Eehrman did th iriri: for Volsclle who allowed fan hits. Pittsburgh bimrhed three of 1L four hits off Hov.-l? Fox in th'j six! Innln; to shade Cincinnati, 2- Fox retired the first 13 Pirate but ter.s until Wally Westlake triple in the fifth. Chicago and St. Loim were «• scheduled in the American. Nashville in First Piece After 11-5 Win Over Borons Totals .21 Phillips 11, Ark-Mn 6 Phillips Wixson ss ... J. Duclos c .. Mullen 3h ... KoonU Ib .. Baker p Hollingsworth Mitchell If .. C. Wixson rf Duclos 2b Totals . . Ark-Mo Long ss Morton cf Chltmon If Wilson c .. Moore 2b .. Perry Ib ... Roush rf .. Bray 3b ... Gurley p .. Denton p ., Totals AB .. . 4 .. . 4 ...3 ...3 ... 4 ... 4 ... 3 ... 4 . .. 4 ...33 AB ... 3 ... 4 .. . 4 ... 4 R 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 11 R 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 n i Feuding Motmen To Participate in Five-Falls Event Hayti's All-Stars Rally, Grab Wild Ti!t From Brocket Sports Roundup Hu(h Fulltrfim. Jr. NEW YORK, July 1. (AP) — Would you like to try a real shot the dark?" asked the gent from rooklyn. "It's speculative, but no- ody could prove you were wrong." , Sinre this guy usually knows omethlng about the facts and the ugles, and since news was scarce, e listened. . . "Branch Rickey to R the next gevtpral manager of the ankecs." the Brookly:>ite explain- d, . . That was more than a trifle artllng. since Rickey seems firm• se'tled in Doo>crlown and 'he ranks have a ricml cood general aRer in George Weiss. . . Rickey never dees anything with- u I. a reason." the gent continued. Rirkev is in the football business I'h Dan Tonninq; he didn't have ) fo !nti that Ylinltcc-Dorlfer lookup Why. the answer must be Wottii (Jchr-ituinn When Don Onrmrinn pulled the n-ma'.i feat of winning the mile and half-mile and runnmp. a lee on >ie iv]mim-» rpinv team In the Rt" Ten vs F^ieifir r"'".-t ttark meet. It lirlnt si'rprlscl'is Wisconsin admir- rs a hit . . Dmine the pnst y.''r. one of thrrn vrivMls. Don did the -?me thine in bnth indnnr and nul- loor dual meets nudist Minnwt:". and Oil" ronferiTcn indoor mcel Ho rird it t wo oilier times but ant >nlv a mile vi' L t<rv :v.'Ct two seconds n the Ricr Ten ou'doir champion- shir}?. . . A l *<i his roV.iv team wr- ninwd by Ohio stati" in a quadrangular affair after Don had won (wo individual races. WeslMemphians To Perform Here Gome Sunday With Cotton Pickers to Be Section's First The Blytheville Cotton Pickers, whose victory strln» w»s broken at three games by Caraway Wednesday night, will try to get another one under way Sunday afternoon when they clash with the strong West Memphis-Marlon nine in a single game at Walker Park Tills will bt the Pickers' first meeting with the Crittcnden Conii- tians who have a record ot e!g>il wins against only one loss. The two team- were scheduled to meet June 1 but the name was postponed due to rain. The Picker-West Memphis cliish is only one of the five Filth District. League contests scheduled (or Sunday afternoon with one other loop tilt scheduled to be played In the county. Osccolii's juniors, wlio were defeated by West Memphis 6-5 In a game last night, will play Luxorit a single game on the Luxorn diamond Manila also will piny mv:iy from home journeylnrj to Trnmann In other league games Sunday Caraway will play at Memphis ftnd Hnrri 1 burg will '"i at Marked Tree. Besln Second llnlf Play Sunday's fjnmes will open scc- rmd half play In the loop and will rnl the stncjo for the league's all- star clash Monday with a team from a similar league in the Leg- Ion's Fourth District. The all-star classic will be played in Osceola Monday afternoon. Coach James Fisher, who manager the Pickers, said this morn* Ing that Dlylhevllle placed two players on the Fifth District all- star team. They were catcher Mel Hay and second baseman Alvln Duclos. Coach Fisher was also picked to assist the manager of the lcague-1' ling Blackburn- Stevens team In managing the Fifth District team. Trie all-star team was picked lasl week by a poll o( managers with 14 players chosen to make 'jp the honor suuad. At least one player from each team was picked on the all-star snnad with some toamr receiving three and four berths In addition to the all-star game at Osceola at IcnKt one other Legion team it) the county has scheduled a contest fov the Tourth Luxorn's Juniors are slated to play a team from Wilson In one-half of n daublrheftdcr at Luxora. The Luxora Independents and the Victoria Red Sox will clash lu the other half of the twin 1)111. All ginnes on Sunday's schedule are set for 2:30. Office Opens >t Show Starts a| J:3U Friday & Saturday "LAW AND ORDER" Johnny Mack Krown, t'uxiy Knight Serial: Chapter 4 of "THE LOST JUNGI.K" To Visit Dunkerque James 1.. Collins, Ixwlswuiti'!, mate, first class. URN, is scheduled to arrive In Dnnker<|iic. Franco July 1 as a crow member aboard the destroyer US3 O'lfure. He Is the son of Frank Collins, of Sleele, Mo. p One of wrestledom's oldest mat tueds between the Welch family and Bill Canny, will be renewed Monday nisht on the American Legion's special Fourth of July mat card at Memorial Auditorium which will be featured bv a unique, winner take all. tag bout. Tiro of the (our ivrestliner Welch brothers, Roy and Joe, will team against Canny, their No, I mat, en- eriiy, arid his latest tag cronie. Stocky Kneilscn. on the Independence Day program that should constitute a full evening of fireworks. The tag bout will be n best three out of five falls affair instead of the usual t«'o out of three with the winning team taking both the winner and loser's share of the gate receipts and the losers getting no- thin?. Due to the extension of the number of falls, there will be no time limit placed on She bout. The Welch-Canny filed dates back more than a decade, making it one of the oldest in wrestling history. It started between Roy, the eldest of the four brothers, and Canny and spread through the Welch family as Roy's younger brothers took up the sport. 5 Promoter Mike Meroney stated " ; that in view of the fact "that the msln event is for five falls with no time limit, no preliminary bouts w:ll be included on Monday night's program as is the cuslom on a regulation tag match program. HAYTI, July 1.—The Hayti All- Stars spotted the Brocket Store team a six-run lead in the first two innings here last night and then came back to win by 14-6. Nodell started on the mound for the Stars, but was removed in the He gave up and went on to pitch one-hit ball for the next six innings. Garner finished the game. The Stars will play the Delta Cats here July 4 as a part of the Lions Club celebration and picnic. Box score: Brockett Store AB By the Associated Press Four Vol plnvors clouted five home runs as Nashville battered Birmingham last night, 11 to 5. mid went a half-came ahead of tlie Barons in the Southern Association fl~» chase. _ _ ... The two tennis meet again to- second with none out. night l |; their crucial .series to de- I six runs and five hits, (ermine who will be the host club | IjOU Wejss got out lhe firc in the all-stT game July 12. The. top club in the standings on July 4th automatically becomes the all- st*r host. The Vo! victory last night was Lheir second in a row. First sarker Tooklc Gilbert and Carl Sa\v?.tski led oif the victory parade of homers with one apiece in the first inning, bringing In four runs. It was the 24th of the year for sawatski, and the 13th for Gilbert. Pabe Barna connected for his 20th of the season in the third,! ?nd hit again for the circuit in the fifth. Paul Mauldin also slugged a frur-baeper. The third-place Allynta Crackers whipped the Lookouts 7 to 2 in a series opener at Chattanooga. Little R"<-k's Traveler? beat the Bears of Mobile 1 to 4 and New Orleans pasted the last-place Memphis Chi-ks 6 to 2. The Travelers chased across all seven rims In the sixth inning to Ratlin* Around the Bill Admiral Giles Slcdman (retired) inpk'ns a tour of the near surveying baseball conditions for the National Baseball Congress irlcbal program. He alrer.dy has visited Mi>j. Gen William P. Marmiat. NBC commifsionei 1 for Japan, and from there he was due to go to K>vea and India and back via Europe. . . . Chances arc, if he gets lost anywhere en route, he'll find a dc'-i 1 or Pli'lly "bird dog" to show liim the way home. If Hudgens ss L. Scott y . Stokes c ... A. James Ib Qucrtermous Blzzlc cf T. McCullough 3b Bob McCullough rf Bud Scotl 2b Totals All-Stars Thomas cf Radmer 2b D. Williams If Martin ss Hart Ib Lcntz 3b N. Williams rf take the Bears. They bunched seven Ashton c of their nine hits in the one in- Sewell c nine—the only one in which they Nodell p got'a runner nast first. Jack Hussey Weiss p nn R. C Otey struck the telling Garner p blows in the rally. An McDonnell 10-5) received credit for the vie- Totals ory To«'rrameirt 3 Gomes Scheduled In 'Y' Park League Play in the Blytheville Y's Park ^League will be resumed tomorrow with games scheduled for three parka. At High School Park, the Lutes Store nine will mcoet- the David Acres team with Little Park playing Yarbro at Little Park and Promised Land pktylng Maloney Park at Maloney Park. The Park League is part of the Y's summer youth recreation . program and is under the direction of Coach John Staples of Blytheville High School. In 1940, 57 per cent of Americans were living in cities and towns, a 17 per cent increase over the number in 1900. AMES. Iowa. July 1. fAP) -Eiilht .sharpshooters set (heir sights to- dav on positions In the championship match of the National Colle^te golf Tournament. First off in the quarterfinals were Arnold Pnlmer. the par busting r':\l:->' from Wake Forest, and Tommy Vcech. of Notre Dame, Then it was u-'vie Ward. North Carolina University ace .agai ist Gardner Dickinson, of Louisiana State The lower bracket quarterfinals matched Morris Williams. Jr., the slim boy from the University of Texas, and Buster Reed of North Texas state, and sophomore Dave LafMn of Purdue and Eli Barltcau of San Jose State. Yesterday, Palmer got a quarterfinal spot with a 5 and 4 win over Tom Sullivan of Miami University rFla.). Veech got a shO(_ at Palmer with 'attars' School to Onen COMWAY. Ark.. July 1. (API — Two hundred Arkansas Methodist ministers arc expected to attend :he 27th annual session of tiic Ark- nsas Pastors' School beginning at Hendrix College July 4. a 1 up win over John Hare of Purdue. Ward took out Bo Wininger. Ofc- Ihoma A. and M.. 2 un and in the third round, and Dickinson ripped through Dave Dennis c/f Kansas, 7 and 5. Williams stopped Bob McCall of Coleate. 5 and 4 1,1 tnc third round and Reed eliminated teammate Palmci Lawrence. 2 and 1. L.iflin tripped Bill Johnston, Utah's ' skyline Conference champion, 5 and 4 and Bariteaii rambled home with a 5 and 3 win over Bob Trnvendick ol Southern California ,.39 AH ...6 .. 5 .. 5 . . 5 .. 4 .. 4 .. S .. 3 .. 1 .. 0 .. 5 .. 0 RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday and Saturday "CRASHING THRU" with Whip Wilson and Andy Clyde Curtoon & Serial, "King of Ihe Forest Hangers" liLVTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE TtjEATBl^ Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: Contitiuoll from 1:00 u.m, SATURDAY M1DNITB SHOW Starts 10:45 p.m. "JOE PALOOKA FIGHTING MAD" l.pon Krrol Joe KlrkwooU, Jr. Also Shorts Sunday & Monday "TARZAN AND THE MERMAIDS" Johnny WcissmuTler II mi da Joyce Limla Christian Warner Ntw* A, Serial, pL 5 of "Batman and Robin" Added Attraction "THE THKEK STOOGES" Friday & Salurday (UOIIBI.K FEATDRK) "DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS" with Johnny M»ck Tex Hitler, &. fan. Brrmn, Knight -43 14 16 Armorel Tigers Return Home to Play Bogota, Tenn The Armorel Tigers will return home Sunday afternoo after a brie road trip to nibet the Bogota Wild cats, an Independent team from Bogota. Tenn.. at Armorel Park. The game Is set for 3 o'clock. Tiger Ivfanager Marion Dyer said today that he would call on Jerry Dean, the smooth-working Joiner lefthander, to face the Wildcats, who are rated as one of the fastest independent nines In east Tennessee. Dean Is the Tigers' leading hnrl- er and last Sunday pitched a four- fiit, 12-inning, 1-0 shutout over the Tigers' chief diamond enemies, the Number Miners. Bv "T Assort led Press NaM"i-;tl Lra«uc BatMni — Robinson. Brooklyn, 3(55: K'"»r. Pitsbur"h. .347. Runs—R"cse. P'-'-oklyn, 58; Robinson. Brooklyn 55. Runs bfttrH In—Robinson. Br-oklvn. 6f>- Ennis. Philadelphia ;•]"! Hod"cs. B-noklyn. S4. llit« — Robir=on. Bivklyrt. 09; Bp'-o"n<liensl. Pt. Louis, 92. Doubles. Pl'^rtclphia. 22; Ennis, PM or! el oh in. 21. Triples — Ennis and Ashburn, "hiladelpliin and Furillo. Brooklyn, Home runs — Kiner. Pittsburgh. <!: Musial. Et. Louis, H. Stolen bases—Robinson. Brook- yn. Ifr Reese. Brooklyn. 12. Pit'hin? Branca, llrooklvn. 10-1 6Cfl: Newcombe. Brooklyn. 5-1 .833. Str!k°.ovits — Sv^hn, Boston, 64; Branca, Prroklvn, P2. Awririan I.ea^un Baitin-"—Kell. n-lroit, .353; Di- \jrofjo. Boston. 332. Runs — ,'oojl. Philadelphia, •illiams, Boston, 07. Runs b-tted in—Williams. Boso 79: Pfe"bens. Boston, 75. Hits—Wrr'^ Detroit, 30; D'"" o Boston, 85. Doubles - Msi]c.<iki. Philadelphia, 21: Williams. Boston, 18 Triples -Mit"ho.ll. Cleveland, 8: V-'o Philadelphia, 7. Home runs — wiuT'fns, Bostor 10. S'cphens, Boston. 17. Stolen bases—Oillinqcr, St law !): Valo. Philadelphia and Mitch ell. Cleveland. 6. Pitching—Reynolds. New York 8-1 880: Rasclii. New York, 12-2. 857. Strikeouts—Trucks. Detroit, Ne\vhou.-ior, Detroit, 73. WaU Disney's Technicolor Oarli "FUN & FANCY FREE" Serial: "Son of Ihe Guardsman" No. 5; Also Ciirlnnn [TlMi! THEATRE OSCEOL YOUR FRIENDLY THEftTR Box Office Operx at 7 Week Night* Show gtarU at 7:30 Mutlnee Saturday & Sunday at 2 p.m. with continuous showing. Friday & Saturday "BORDER FEUD" l.ash LaKue Futiy SI. John Serial: Chapter 111 of "Sun of the Guardsman" SATURDAY MIDMTE SHOW STAHTS 10:45 p.m." Picnic Seining Season In State Opens Today LITrLE ROCK, July 1—W>—Picnic parties may seine for nnn-gnme fish In Arkansas waters between today and Sept. 30 nndci certain rests iciiuiis. Th? seining nnist he authorized by a game warden, and fish caught must he cooked at the picnic spot Brginning today non-cornerclnl fishing also may be done within 100 yards of dams. Nile Owl Show Saturda "LADY LUCK" with Kohrrt Young SATDKDAV OWI. SHOW at 11 p.m "THE WEB" and Bar bar* Also Carto with Kdmonrl O'Brien Hlla Kalnts and William Henrttx Strial "Mysterious Mr. M," Chapter 4; Also Cartoon Sundny, Alonduy & Tuesday was never' like this I Sunday & Monday "MY WILD IRISH ROSE" with Dennis Morgan and Arlene D.iht "BLONDE SAVAGE' "SONG OF SCHEHERAZADE with Yvonne l)e(,'arlo Brian Oonlevy, atut Jean Pierre AummiL Kricson Gale Sherwood Also Shorts •wr OT.VWWW. #, v :*. •ffrnf-fASf.^.- News of llie Day Also Sliorts BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHKRBI Reserved Seals on Sal* at the Legion Arena from 6 p.m Every Monday Monday, July 4 ADULTS 50c - CHILDKKN I5c New Starting Time 8:15 BOX SEA ^' t.^Ji'^ 4th OF JULY SPECIAL SOMETHING NEW ... DIFFERENT TAG MATCH BEST 3 OUT OF 5 FALLS ROY and JOE WELCH VERSUS BILL CANNY and STOCKY KNEILSEN HERE'S GOOD NEWS FOR FARMERS REPAIR YOUR CAR, TRUCK & TRACTOR NOW - - - PAY NEXT FALLI niylheville Molor Co. now offers yon the opportunity to get your transportation equipment all set for the big fall rush . . . nnd pay on easy fall terras. Come and see us soon—discover lor yourself why the Itlytheville Motor Co. is best equipped to service and repair your car, truck, or tractor, regardless of its make or model. The South's Finest Service is at your service! Blytheville Motor Co. South's Finest Service NEW <!ox Opens Week Days ):flfl p.m. Matinee Saturday A Sunday 'i*t.-Sun I p.m Cont. Showing Manila, Ark. Broadway & Chickasawba Phone 4422 Friday "DESTORY" wilh Kdward G. Robinson Also Shorts Saturday "LAW OF THE GOLDEN WEST" with Monte Hife Also Shorts Sunday and Monday "THE UNDERCOVER MAN" with Glenn Ford Abo Sh«rts

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