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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 2, 1949
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SATURDAY, A PHIL 2, 1D49 Bl.YTHEVILI.F (AHK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE PTVB Yon/c Hurlers Continue to Jinx Ted Williams, Rap Red Sox 4-3; Braves Down Cards Again 5-3 LAKELAND, pit., April 2. W)—Tort Williams, Boston Re A Sox star who lias had difficulty hitting New York banker pitching in regular season play, is having Just, as i^iuch trouble in exhibition guiucs ayainst 5;.'ie Yanks. Williams, defending American League batting champion, has tailed to hit safely in 11 trips to the plate against the Yanks in three came-s. Yesterday he went 0 for 5 as (lie Yanns beat I he Sox. 1-3, In 10 Innings. +^ TAMPA, Pla., April 2, Wl—Howard Fox Is to be given a third chance today lo establish his right to he classed as a starting pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds. He failed miserably In two previous efforts but will start against the Boston Braves. Manager Bticky Walters was well pleased with yesterday's 3 lo 2 victory over Detroit, particularly the clutch pitching of Johnny Vandor Meer and Hairy Cumber!. TUCSON, Ariz., April 2. W>— Hampered for Iwo days by bad weather, the Cleveland Indians will try again today against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Satchell Paige Is scheduled to pitch for the Tribe, in the last meeting with the Bucs at, San Bernardino, PittsbuiBh \\oti 2 to 1. ST. PETERSBURG. Pla.. April 2. f.TV—Luckless in three starts against National Leaguers, the St. Louis .Cards will tackle Boston of the V^'iiuericrm League today. American League teams have proved much softer opposition for the Birds in Grapefruit, League competition so far. The Cards dropped i 5-3 decision to the Boston Braves at Bradenton yesterday, giving the Braves the spring series three games lo two. Al Brazle, Cloyd Boycr and Clarence Beers are expected to work against the other beantown outfit today. Yost Out as Tigers Pull Double Play SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. April 2. M'l—Weather played an April Fool Joke on (he St. Louis Browns yesterday, washing out their afternoon game with San Antonio as well as the night contest against the Chicago Cubs. H was the first time this spring the Browns had been Idled by rain. They had another date with the Cubs this afternoon. Skeet Range At Air Base Opens Sunday B. K Riogdon, Blyihevillc -sport.s- niiin, ML id yesterday (hut Die Ait Base Skeel Range would re-open to tiie public: tomorrow afternoon and wonM remain open throughout the spring ami summer. The migr lias been clascrt iince November. Mr Brogdon stated that .shooting would begin at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon and that the range won It remain open to all skeet shooters on Tuesday.*;. Thursdays and Sun- 'day.s. Traps for trap .snooting will be added to the range within n week or Iv/a' Mr. Brojdon said. The imps arc expected to arrive next week ' and should he installed. ren<iy lor j opcraiion within a week after ar- ! Both skeet and trap .shooting at ' the range will be open to the public. Skect shells may be purchased at the range or shooters may furnish their own, he said. The .skeet and trap fee will be 75 cents. The Air skeei facilities were obtained by a group of Blytheville sportsman lor operation as a public range last year and last .summer drew a large number of Bl.viheville and Mississippi County skeet shooters. The range was constructed by the United States government: for use of officers and enlisted men -stationed at the old BlyLhcvillc Army Air Field during the war. The range will be operated on the same basi.s as it was last year, Air. Erogdon said. ^^ \fc?X '^^ «S\*- ^ ^Vu, **Vi*^"<r ** v.3f" ^ ^*T*18 Krtilic Yost, Wnshinglon Scnniois 1 inlielder, is forced nt second as Kridie Robinson hits into double ptuv in /iiurlli imi.iin nl nnino \vHJl Dolroit Tmci'S a I. Ltiki'liiiul, l-'lli ,'nirsday TIHIT Sl;onsui]> llnl DiUlKlu throws lo first in lime la set Robinson niter nmkhi;; Ihe puuiiil nt s end. IAP Wlrejiliotn.) Crackers Nip Rebels 5-3 on Drakes Chut By Hie Aasiiriiitcil I'rrss 'I'lie New Orleans and the Atlaitln Cinrktrs lacked up fxhililtlon wins over squads iroin otlirr Ipnmios ycslrnlny. Other Smi- thctn AsstK-iiilUni clubs eonllnnc'd iie-scasini IruininK. In Montgomery. Ilic Cnickrrs dn- fealed Ihe Mmiluoniery Hrin-ls of (In 1 Srnillirnstern l.pucile. 5-S. '!'!»• Helji'ls wrrc held lo only two sln- I'lns In Ihe first flyo tnnlniis by llvi'oii 't'uylo". Tlie (Ynrkrr* woinut up with n runfnrp In Ihe [arm of lurry Di'ukf'. 1 ; fii'st hoinor o[ thr senKon Tlie 1'ellenns edited Ihc IntUiui- «|iolls linlhins. I-:], nl New Orleans, llr.tnks to two runs Drabbet! In Ihe ninlh. Miimu'er Mike Illu'll's of til nil ininuhiun IMrons wns busv llnlns mi his boys for (oin'Klit's exhlblllon tilt with the I' rhlllles Game and Fish by l'ITU-: ROCK, April 2-i;V>The month of April usually U n quite entry on Ai'kfinsns 1 outdoor spot ts menu. With Ihe exception rif Miree li\kes, buss fl.'vhint; Is not pennUted: ciup- pte only can be rnnnht svHlt live bail; huntliiR h s<unelhini: to l;ilk about. Hut (Ills year tJir plrdtrc Ims clianncd. l-'nr (he lime in Iwo years Arkansns turkey hunters will iuive a chance lo enjoy their favorlle ^port, The .short IninllLi^ sea sun opens Api'tl S nnd April i). Openhii: nf I IIP .sen son on wild turkeys wns iijjproved by the Aiknnsns (Ininr jirut l'' Coiiiint.vsjoti irrcnl- Heie »tc M>ine of Ihe rules ien- uhillnR this year's hunt: (Inly one K"bWer iiiuy l lr killed by a hunter during the season. ,.. , , , . • , MVedlni: and ImlllUK are |>rt>lilblled. lllculns snid lies pieked'llersehel | c-onslruelloll o( slioothiK blinds IK l-'ieenmn who finished last seilson ln t pi>t initird willl the Morons ;i(lei niinklni: vlp ni> IR-ii sertson \vlth Nnlelie/.. The Mrni|ih<s clllc-kK were Baseball Exhibition Results Hy the AMcii'lalfil 1' Cincinnati <N) 3, Detroit (A) 2 MO mmii;-o NK.W YORK (Al 1. Boston (A) 3 •10 IIHIIIIPS) Kansas City (AA) 10, Phihuleiplila Al 1 nixston IN) 5, St. I/ml*. (Nl 3 Otlier snnie.s cnncelled, lain. Idaho produces more silver inc than any other state. ilead Courier News Want Ad». 11 ORLANDO, Pla., April 2. W)— Connie Mack sought more consistency at the plate today ns his Philadelphia Athletics opened a two-game series with the Washing. ton Senators. I Although the A's have won four of their last five games. Mack is far from satisfied with his team's hitting. The A's took, a 10-4 lacing from the Kansas city Bluefi at Lake Wales yesterday. ST. PETERSBURG. Fla., April 2. fyVj—-The Boston Red Sox were elated today over Tex Hughson's first showing of the season against American League opposition. He retired with a 3-2 lead after pitching six innings against the New York Yankees yesterday. In five of those innings he was reported "terrific." The Yankees finally pulled out a 4-3 win. The Sox go against the St. Louis Cardinals today. Rom, Wind, Cold Mar Action in Texas Relays AUSTIN. Tex.. April 2. (API- Oklahoma A. and M.. Texas and Nebraska are expected to wage, a close race today for supremacy in the twenty-second annual Texas Relays. On the basis of winnings thus far, these three appear the class of the big track and field carnival's university-college division. Rain, wind and cold worked hardships on the hundreds of athletes in the finals of eight events and preliminaries Jn 12 yesterday afternoon. 'Hie same kind of weather may plague the participants this Old-Timer Returns To Blytheville For Mat Encounter Ellis Bnshara, a veteran grappler who gained considerable popularity among Blytheville's wrestling fairs several years ago, will return to American Legion ring here Monday night Lo perform in the tag match feature of Promoter Mike Meroney'.s wrestling bouts. Ba.shara will bring along Ralph Gavabaltii, the St. Louis heavyweight for hi.s partner in the tag bout. Opposing them will be toughies William (Wild Bill) Canny and Prince Omar who teamed in las-L Monday night's feature event. Bashara returned to the Mid- South circuit only recently after an absence of several years. HR is considered a top notch opponent among the neavywcights and at one time was one of the leading wrestlers of the South. His partner, Garabaldi, i.s a 220- pounder respected by members of the bone twisting business. Razorbacks End Spring Training In Game Today KAVETTEVILI.E, Ark.. April 2."he T-minried Arkansas RLI- zoi'li^ck.s \\erc to wind ii]i tlieir spring football practice today in a second intra.sqtmd gL\mc. Coach .lotin Barnhill made some lier.soiincl changes in tlic Red and While teams. A few of tlic switches may rellect. plans for next fa)l'.< first and .second elevens. Most of the moves, however, were made to balance Ihe strcnRtli ol Die Red and White .squads for today's struu- glc. Changes involve promotion ot ChaiHc Temple, a fre.sliiniin from Biinkley, lo llle quarterback slot on the Whites' first team. Jimmy Phillips, who was the Whites' first string ball carrier last week, dropped back to the third Rod team. Ray Parks went to the Whites and Buddy Rogers switches to the Reds in a trade, of halfbacks. A dry field was in prospect for today's eame, a different siUuiUon than existed »-. Little Rock Saturday when the Reds beat the Wliit<ai 13-0. Most of the flashy T plays were slowed down last week because of a sloppy Held. Barnhill ami Bnnie Matherson. j»ro coach who is directing installation of the T formation at Arkansas, were to watch the gnmc from Ihe trrandstanris. Assislant coaches were to direct the t\vo tearas. Sports Roundup by 1 ullcrttin. Jr. NEW YORK. April 2—l/l'j—Thill ImiR utapeyinc from 3 ; 'lorlda carrir-.s the u'ord Joe McCarthy hus souuxl on Walt l>iupo as the Rod Sox first biiesman and the Hillly Goodman will be back on first come opening day. . .Dropo, it .seems ran't hit a curve. As Al Scliacut says, who can?. . .South Africa's Hobby Locke 1 has an opportunity lo become the first foreign goiter to will the U. s. open championship .vince Knghtmr.s Trd H.'iy navi'cf out his compatriot Harry Vardon In 1920. Best effort among many .since then was I'hll Perkins' tie for second. Ihiee strokes behind Gene, In 19:12. . . Storm Warning Sterling Duprcc, University of Florida backfictd coach, hung the Ing of "ligtnitiK and thunder' 1 on halfbacks Charlie Hunsinger and John Cox because of Charlie's speed and John's line-bii.stiiif: power. . First time Head Coach Bear Wolf heard it. lie commented: "Yeah, we thunder and lightninc. nil right. I just hope it don't clond up nnd rain." . . .To which tnb-lhumpcr Joe Sherman adds: "Yon can al- wny.s depend on a footbnll conch to e the dark cloud behind every ver lining." ieiul- Inu lot 1 home to svlnil tip snrinR trainiiu; nnd open n ej le.s of exhibition niiinc.s. A new addition to Uie hmI ini; sl:Uf was nnt\onin p ed by Manauor A) Tfidd, lie suit! Ihc Cliii'ks linve ni'qtilrrtt sonin]);iu p Miivvln Hotl)hilt, former slur nt tlio llnlvev.'.ltv ol llllnols- Rnlbhtt was credited \vllh clfiht \vtns (o one to.',s wt(h \Vnter too, Iowa, ol the Thiee-Kyc Lrnyne l««t year. The Nnsliville Vnls went (ht'ouKh m\ tntrnsriund cnmp in picpurnllon for today's content nl, Daytonn lienrli npninst Coin minis. Mnnaucr FtolMc Ueinsloy sr>lil he'll use I,eon l-v>nlk ritut Jim Tlnrns iiRnlnst Columbus. This is tlic Vols' lust game before, breaking camp in Gainesville Sunday. The I.illle Koek Travelers were lo continue Ihetr lour of the Texas l^acne with a contest at Shrcve- port tonight. AuKinnillc ijj^ifternoon In 26 events. fast-West Tilt to End Cage Season for Garden NEW YORK. April 2. (AP)--Co!- lct;iate basketball bows out of Madison Square Garden for the season tonight when hand-picked squads Two one-lEll preliminary bouts i night The will complete Monday night's card with Bashara meeting Canny and Gilrabaldi takin" on Prince, Omar. Promoter Meroney stated that be- Legion Cage Tourney Enters Semi-Finals BEAVER FALLS. Pa.. April 2. (API—Play in (lie N'ationaJ American Legion basketball tournament reached the semi-finals today with i the favored Knnkakee, 111., five still n the running. Kankakce had a louyh time defeating Portsmouth, Ohio. 49-46 last ginning this week the bouts would start at 8:15 instead of 8 o'clock. Lamer, Martin Denied Injunction by Judge NEW YORK, April 2. (/Pi—It Is unlikely that Max Lanier and Fred Martin w'ill return to organized baseball this year. Tlie f.vo former St. Louis Cardinal pitchers, suspended for jumping to the Mexican League in 1D46. failed in their first bid for a legal game was tied np times. Otlier semi-fiiiit.Iisf-'s arn Richmond, Ky., Greenwood, Ind., find McPherson. Kans. Richmond knocked out Tccum- pch. Okla.. 40-36: Greenwood eliminated Red Linn. Pa.. 40-39, and McPherson won 46-30 over Casselton, N. D. Little Rock Five Wins In Deaf Players Meet OAKLAND, Calif.. April 7. CAP) —A surprising I jit tin Rock, Ark., team spilled the favored Pittsburgh, Pa., five out of thr championship Rpnrtspniirrt Samuel Hopkins Adams, the author, argues thai his home town of Auburn, N. Y., has pa pood a claim as nearby Coopettown that it Is where baseball originated. At Auburn folks din .shoiv you picture of a neatly-uniformed team taken in lfli>7. . .Fred Hooper's flying horses. Olympin and Ocenti Drive, will fly as usual to Louisville for the Kentucky Derby. A plane alrrady has been engaged for the trip from New York Into this month. . .Andy Coaklry starts his 35th year as Columbia baseball coarh lorJay with the UonV opening Rnmc Manhattan. , .The American Hockey League has an a 1 biit perfectly reasonable way of making its "mnst crntle- manly player" award. It leUs the rcfcrcrs decide. . .Pop Werner. Kansas U line coanh, owns n collection of 30 pipes. That doesn't include those lead pipes linrsrncn often are accused of carrying. 4-H Club Trophies In Caae Tourney To Be Distributed Trojihip.s In br (U.sMhutccj lo winners in the 4-11 club County Tour- mtmriit. completed at the niylhc- I villo Armory last vvrck, nre now on display nt tho county ngctit'* office ui thr Court The I rophifs will lx> picked up by reprt.senluLives of the winning toam.s next week. Only two division winners—the BlackvnlM' pirls, winner In division "B" nnd Mllll- gnn Rtdpc boys, winne.i.s in division "B".—were presented their trophies at the cltxsc of the tonr- f,'iqht otJit^r IrophJes are now re:uly for dl.stfilmtion, Tlu\v will po to: Caue, first plnrf vrlnticr hi the boys ELOUp" of Division "A" and second place winner for ft Iris In the .same division; Leachville Ixiy.s, winner of .second place in Ixiys Oivi.sion 'A", at;d LeaclivilSc girls, Itr.-it plarc winner in Division "A"; Bliuikwnler boy.'v. .second ]>lnce winner In Division "D", and iVffJligan Rjdf-r. ftirl:;, rui plnce winners in Division "B"; and Pawhcen jrirls find Yar- lumd one.rntiMl ro- IIR .vhotKuns 1'iipnbU' nt hold- more limn tliu'o shells nve |)i(jhLl>l(tcd In hunting MK bluK Tutki-y Kohhlrfs may In- hunted nniy in Hie following rOutitti's: A.snU'y. Ilradley, CJalhoun, Chick, (Mevelnnd. Ihilln.s, Deslm, Dicw. Cicnnl, lint .Sprlncs, Jefferson, Ncvndn, Oimchlta, Pulrx.skt and Hullne. R:iss flsiiinR lit Luke Nnrtnlk l.s about uuire Hum Ihe town - of MinuiLnin Home can tukr. News of thr unusual number »nd .si/.e nf nilelirs bolnR hauled I nun Ihe nearby lnV:c lins brouuhl fislirr- inen ftcnn all pints of Arknnsan, Missouri. Oklnhonia nnd Trnne.ssee.. All lintch. tourist rublns. slrep- !ng ronm.s and collates in the roni- nninlCy nnd on (he .shores o( I he lake have hud "no vacancy" R!R out for the ln.sL 10 iluya. Coffee shoixs, I'eslaurant.n and dlnlnc room. 1 ; have reported (hey en n't feed luuHhrr person. Several fishermen Journoyrd (o Lake Norfovk last week no I knowing ot tlie crowded conditions there, They took only (heir tooth briLshrs nnrl ffshtu? eqiiljitnent. (Jntliri than drive back lo their homes, they spent three nights in Ihetr automobiles, For (heir (rouble, however, they repni ted en Idling the It in It, rach dny. Hollywood Continued fiom Pnye -1 I nit* i« the old KBIH/. He reinsert to be n Kui-.s! delectIvr on n uulio i-iiinc islutw, ho said, Tin no Muol pigeon." John Himvn, the riullo n tor. I* U'IIUIK HlKmL the v*'ntr1lcM| \\h bi'c.uiu 1 u nu'dium. One day a wo- niun ntme ami Mild .she wanted to talk tu her dear depurli-cl hiisbund The vriiLn!ocnii.s| threw his volet 1 behind a c.iiitEiiii tnul pretended lo In 1 tne wnmun'x husband, tHiking l<> hi r Icir iH'iirly lit) mlnutr.s. T]i« woman SVILS dutcd. "ll'.s won- it* 1 ! fnl" she Mild. "l'\ir only $5 I tulk In my hu.sbaiu], It sounds JirM like him." Tim Haltered ex-ventriloquist ioi'uo, hhiiM'H [nr n moment. l;oum- eil -ind srtld: "Udy, (or $10 I'll do tt while ttniikmK a ol wuU'r." rn'tnln they will have plcnly n! mm pi UK fm'liltles wlicn they want to not In some fishing. Ahoul 3<1 n[ I lip men, who ap- pnrcnlly HUM! of chrrkn-K nnd pinochle plnyliift, pooled their money, strong imrks mni resources nnd hnve .started w<uk on a fishing Inke nonr Little Rock. AcrnilriiiR n bout 35 ao'e.s of vvnirr- flllcd Iniiri formerly used In the mn nu Cur lure of brick*, tlic firemen Imvn converted (he property Into n flsli-mird lake. They hope lo have 11 sufficiently stocked with Imsn, ernpplc Find hi enm within (hree ycnrs. The firemen nrr now work I up out pin 115 for construction of permanent chih house nnd rocvcn- llniinl men, They expect limMcd fishing this Mimmer. BLYTHEVILLtS ONLY Slniw Starts Wcckilaya 7:00 p.m.!rii;iy anil Sunday: Conllnuoiu sbtiwiujf from 1:00 p.m. Saturday (I)OUUI.K KKATIJRK) "HAUNTED MINE" with .Ic.hmi) Mxtk Hronii Hiid Ktiynumtl lliitton bro boys, first, plncc winnei.s Division "C" of the tournament. MINNEAPOLIS n Parly Hold <UP>— The big- fishing pinty ever held for children saw thousands of boys d piili lining the shore of I.nke Cnlhoun during the Minneapolis Aniintcnnlal. The enlrniiLs, between the Figes of eight and 15, cast their lines for a long list of that Included outboard motors and S65 fishing tackle kits. Mltlc Hock firemen nro mnkhiR NEW Bin Opens Wffli lliiy.i 1:110 (i.m. Mntlnee Hnturda.T A Sunday Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m ('nnL Shnwlng Monila, Ark. •liims KVKKf N'lUHT RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Siitnnlny "MARSHAL OF GUNSMOKE" with '!>« Klttrr .1111! Ku.N.srM ttuyilcH Al^n .S>inrl Saturday Owl Show 'THE DARK PAST" with \\1llMin Hulilrn Hll<l iS'hut F,trl, Also Sticirt '• other .spot, but Jncnb.s may ricrlrlc to kpep the bchivc In reserve for a clof=c meet. Sunday &• iMondny "WORDS AND MUSIC" wllh .lucly Garland anil flcne Krllcj Also Short Salnriliiy "COURTIN' TROUBLE' Mil), 11 Hi Till \\ 1 :,ki-!y C'nrlonii * Si'riiil "Lost Jungle SAT. N1TK OWL SHOW "MISS ANNIE ROONEY' with Slilrlrv TRiniile Also C.'omrdy Sundiiy, JMunclny & Tucsdn> 'GOES WEST Wnrn^r News A Short shortcut back- into the good graces I running in tlie National Deaf Play- of the national pastime. Federal District Judge Edward A. Conger yesterday deni.-d their request lor a temporary injunction lo stop baseball from keeping them on the ineligible list, Their sus- . representinR the East and the West! pensions normally would expire in meet in the fourth annual all-star j 1951. game. j Lanicr and Martin have a $2.- The western squad will 'be trying; 500,000 damage, suit pending against to square the scries in this contest, j baseball, brought under the anti- Eastern teams triumphed GO-59 in : trust laws. It also seeks a pertna- thc 1946 inaugural and 58-47 last i neiH Injunction against the sus- year. The West won, 66-58, in 1917. pension. ers basketball tournament here last night bv a score nf 39 to M. Behind. 14 to 26 at the half, the Runaway Pace When the U. or Oklahoma running track wn.s torn up to make room for more *enLs In the stadium. Conch John Jacobs" athletes moved t heir workouts to the edge of the inirarniira] .softbnlt field. .. .They had to run from there to escape indignant soft bailers after one truck Little Rock squad rallied in the \ man innocently picked up a rolling third and fourth quarters to hold j ball during a panic and thre\v thr the Pittsburgh team to i|) pnint.s i runner out at second, . .Next stop while they enjoyed a field day at-' u'-'s the polf cm, but, someone the baskets. | .stirred up a hive of bees and thr The lead changed four timos in '^ds derided their pace was too the final quarter and was tied at 36-all with 3ri .seconds to More than 40 different species of )rcln'd grow in some states. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION' PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Seals on Sale at Hie Legion Arena from 6 p.m. Every Monday Monday, April 4 ADULTS 50c — CHILDREN 15c Starting time 8:00 BOX SEATS 15c KXTRA (Tai Included) .They're .still looking for TAG MATCH ELLIS BASHARA and RALPH GARABALDI versus PRINCE OMAR and BILL CANNY Also 2 1-Fall 30-Minute Matches Bashara vs. Canny Garabaldi vs. Omar "Aqir! usccHo marrya mart (of he Her or worse," idys Hannah. ''Nowaday! i^ic martiei h*m for more or Itus!" If ynur rartEo appears more or loss shot, don't Rive up on it, No set Is too liopclo.vs for our skilled technicians. •XPfKTMDfO SAifSSSBKV/C, FOR FREE ESTIMATES /M LYTHEVlllESAlEsCo. 1^, 138 E.MA1N ST. IITTHEVIUE.AU. Help Your Newspaper Boy DON'T MAKE HIM CALL BACK! "WHO KILLED 'DOC' ROBBIN?" with l'!lh<i*ii .hiirssen, Vlitliiln I i ivy .ui.l l.nriy Olsen Si-rial "Cliicli ('inter, Deli-cthc" Cliapler 1 Also Cartoon SAT. mvi, snow AT u p.m. "CHINESE RING" with Knhml Winter* as Charlie <'h:m crlitl: "Jesse .lames Hides Again" Cli:ipl. 4 Al-<(i Carlium Sunday & Monday IDOIUIU-: "PIRATES OF MONTEREY" M-llh Miirla Monlrl and Hod ('atnerou "MAN OF EVIL" nilli ,1:<mes Mnsnn, I'hylHs (divert, and SliiM'ai't (JraiiRl'r Also Carlniln A I.nte New 1)UI 4261 O|iciu C:41—SlnrU 1:0* Saliirdiiy 'Song of the Drifter" Jimmy Wukely C'aiinon Hall Taylor Serial: Cli:i|.[rr .1 nf "Kr.x and nlnly" •ATllltDAV MIDMTK SHOW Sliirts 10:45 p.m. "THE BIG FIX" Jiimrs Itrovtn Sln-ll:t lty;in Abo Shorts Sunday & Alonday He has only 3 days to collect . . ~. beginning Saturdays and ending Tuesdays. CALL BACKS HURT HIM Since all weekly subscriptions are payable on Saturdays, please try lo pay your carrier some lime between Saturday and Tuesday <\ricrnoon. HELP BUILD TOMORROW'S LEADERS ENCOURAGE YOUR NEWSPAPER BOY— Courier News Circulation Department from Castile" (IN Tr.CHNICOT.OR) Tyrnnc Power Jrun J'ctcr.s C'MHnr Itotncro AVarticr Knvs ,t Slinrts IMniulay: Srrhil, Chapter ffnf "BIUJCK CKXTKY" nni\ Shorts THEATER LEACH VI LLE, ARKANSAS. STARTING TIME N'crkrt.iys: 7:00 A: 9:00 I 1 M. Saturday A: Sunday: I P M, \Vilh Continuous Shutting Safurday (l)OUni.E FEATURE) "The Lone Star Trail" with Tex Kilter and Johnny Mnek Brown "BLOCKHEADS" \v i I h I ,n 11 re 1 and Hardy "Jungle Girl" Also Shorts SATVRIMY LATE SHOW Starts at II p.m. "ADVENTURE ISLAND" «ilh Calhoun, Fleming A- Kclley Also Short Subjects Sunday «S Monday "THIS TIME FOR KEEPS" with Esther Williann '.- anrl Jtmmy Durantc, Cartoon A- Short

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