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Blytheville, Arkansas
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SATURDAY, 'APRIL SO, 1949 BLYTHEVIU,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 'Missco Track Teams Winners In District Three Tourneys Staged in Rain in Jonesboro Bljiheville and Osccola Higli Schools retained their District Tliree Class A mid B track crowns and the Osceola Junior Si'minolrs won the junior division title in the District Three track mccls held In a blinding P rain on the Arkansas State Collage oval in Jonesboro yesterday. PAGE FTVB Blythcville was awarded the Classj- A crown without, a strtiSBle as the | Chicks were Ihe only A school to enter a team in the Class A meet. Osceola won the Class B title by winning over Kelser amt Dell In an all-Mississippi County affair ami the Junior Seminoles defeated two other opponents. Jonesboro and Kel- spr, to annex the Junior trophy. Blytheviilc'.s juniors were defending district Junior champs but did not compete this year. In the "B" meet Osceola Rar- nrrcd 4T points to 4-1'v for Keisn 1 and 18 '•! for Dell. No other Class B teams were entered. tn the Junior Division. Osceola counted 55'4 points to 39'i for .lonesboro and three for Keiser. However, every team entered in the. two meets qualified entries in the state meet which will be held In Little Rock next week-end and first, second, third and fourth places in each race or other event of a district meet will be allowed to enter the state event. Wind, rain and a waler-soaked track slowed times lit the meets considerably. Contestants were forced to perform In a chilly, steady rain RS efforts to have the meets postponed until today failed. Por- •t tlons of the cinder track were under nearly an Inch of water. Sudbury r Central Win Grid Games Blankcnship Stars For Bulldogs in Kiddie League Tilt Pels Edge Chicks 6-5; Other Games Postponed B.T The AMnc Pres« . Manager Hugh Ltiby's single with the bases loaded In 'the 10th Inning enabled the New Orleans Pels to edge the Memphis Chicks. 6-5. in R Southern Association Baseball same last night. Three other scheduled (fames— all twin bills — were rained out. They were Nashville nt Atlanta. Chattanooga at Birmingham and Little Rock at Mobile. Keene and Belkas To Tangle With Omar and Steele N-.'mes on Monthly night's IIay curd point to a rough four- way encounter as Charlie Keen*? and Chris Belkas .square off against Jack Steelc- and Prince Omar in the Us event feature of DIP American U";io:;'.s weekly event al Uio Mr.iional Auditorium. Steolc. a toiiRh 200-pautirt veteran wU' be making his first appearance iiciv in more limn 10 years. He \va5 sclmtulcrt tn appear on last week's cam Inu an Injury last week kepi him out of action for .several days. Keene. Belkn.s and Omar are all veterans on Promoter Mike Meroney's .program and have all ap- peaveri here recently. Brlka.s. Iht 1 flajtny Boston Greek nnd formerly an Olvinpic weight lifter, performed here two weeks ago while Keene and Oivar grnppted in the local rinft {href weeks ago. Keene is a former welicrwelRhl boxi-r nnd at one time was considered a top-rate fighter. He pai'e up boxing, however, and turned to wre.stUng. Two one-fall preliminary bouts will complete Monday night's can! with Keene meeting Steele and BeJka* tangling with Omar. Promoter Meroney will referee alt bout A. Giants Big Bats Shade Boston 10-9 in Extra Inning Slugfest Raxorbacks Win Over Washington U Nine 7-3 ST. LOUfS. April 30. M'J—Base- ball teams of Arkansas and Washington Universities met again today after the Razorbacks took a 7-3 victory in the first game of the series yesterday. Second Baseman Dewev Thoma.. son made three of the Akansan's' 4k eight hits. Tom Porter was the win- I ~ ning pitcher. Sports Roundup bj HuKh Futlerton, Ji. NEW YORK, April 30—t/Pj—Man- With the exception of certain tropical honey wasps, all wasps feed on animal food-usually other Insects. Steve's Satisfied ager Tommy Thomas and inficlder Ellis Clnry of the Baltimore Orioles are under suspension because Clary climbed Into the stands after an abusive fan. Manager Leo Durocher of the New York Giants likewise has been suspended because he hns been charged with clouting a cash customer . . . These two incidents bring up the question of a baseball club's responsibility when It comes to protecting its players Tram the spectators ... It is we! understood that the purchase of a ticket, entitles a fan to heckle the performers and that under no ctr cumslancL'.s is a player privitegec to retaliate ... It also says on every ticket that the purchaser ma> be rejected from the park for faihir to follow certain rules of behavior , Apparently it's time for the ushers and special police to perk >ip their ears and occasionally Rive the heav-ho to fans who overstep the bounds . . . This isn't an attempt to excuse Thomas, Clary and Durocher for anything they may have done. But we don't see why a Riiy tn a. ball park should be allowed to shout out things for which he'd be pinched if he merely whispered them \vithing earshot of a cop in any other part of town. The defending chnmpion Sudbury Bulldogs ntirt the Central Crimson 'ride Rot off to fast star Is in the Grammar School 1'ootball I^RRUP yesterday afternoon by winning I heir opening gnir.*s In rehUtvelv e:isy fashion at Haley Field. Central's Tide came from boh hid I hi the first quarter to pu^h across ! three touchdowns and an extra point to rout the Catholic Kinht- ing Irish by a 19-7 scon In yesterday's first pa me and the Bulldogs of Sudbury had a field day in routing the l-angc Wildcats by a 3fl-7 count. Central scored rmcr each in the first, second and third quarters after Catholic had pushed across a tally in the first three tnluutes of j the game .HaUback Kenneth Fisher accounted for the Tide's first loiu-h- down when he tore off tackle for -yard Jfumt. Sammy Lum. a halfback, crossed In the second on a reverse play that rar- J'ied for 30 vnrds. and Clarence Hull scored In the third on a pass from quarterback Bobby Jones. Catholic's lone tally came in Uic I i rst thrc e in ut PS of the 1 i i si Otiarler whet] halfback James Autry plunged over from the five yard line. Surtbury half hack Nor- hetl Blnnkenship ran wild against the Lange .squad to score tour touchdowns tm ( | lead his team to an easy vie' -ry. Blnnkenship scored one touchdown In the second quarter, two In '? l the third fl"d one In the fourth, all on nice runs. Fullback Allen ill auks gave the Bulldogs a six- ioint advantage in the first quar- er when he bulled his way over rom the two, and end J. T. MuUins accounted for another Slid bury ouehrtown In the same period when ie fel] on a Lange fumble behind the Roal line, La use scored II.i lone touchdown n the fourth quarter against the Sudbury reserves. Next Friday afternoon the four teams will switch partners in the second round of the round-robin Hy Jack Itatiil f (Associated Tress Spurts Writer) I Leo Ourocher. suspended maun-1 ftcr of the Now York lilm.l.s. has one ,-OlRht rotiMilntuin-- his singers are Lending the National Li>:u<ii<». The Olanl.s sei/.ed undisputed fins- session of first place last inn lit vi'hiMi two honirrs by Kid Gordon and oiu j by Walker Cooper helped them overcome shoddy pUi'htng to beat the BOKIOII Hruves, tu-Ei, in 10 innings. Clint llartunn. was clubbed funn the hill in a five-run first inn inn ;i ftc-r Con Ion's two-run ho HUT RIXVC the founts a short -lived lend. At the end of seven innings. UoMon !ed 9-S hul the Giant* tied it in the ninth, Billy Kigncy spilled the issue in the 10th with n double, Ihe Ifltn r.iant lilt, Hedsd N'lp Pirn Irs Cincinnati's s u i• p r i s i i\ e Heds c-limbed into second plarr by nip- I plnif PLU.sburKli. 7-:i, on a hie rally. Till! Werle. lost his fust shiil- iiiK job In Howie Fox wlui pitched a slx-'.ittoi 1 . Ken llrinli-rlLiinn. the Phillies' most consistent plU-her. nof Hint win No. 3 at I lie cxurii.m 1 nl Ihe Brooklyn Dodgers. , e i-2, di^oili 1 Inn ho HUM'S by lioy Cuiiipuiu'lln. Forms! ".Smokey" Hun:ess, rookie rntcher from the S<iuthc i rn ASMI- rliUion. Bavo Cb!rtic,o \\ fj-4 cctye over the St. l/mls f'arcK with a l'2th inning flinch simile. The basr-s wei P full with no outs whi-n Hur- «e5s louchrr! Gerry Sin ley (or the winning blow. Itachi Stops llijsnv Vic Hasrhi sin a shod a persUloiU Tioston "llnx" by bealitu; .he Hrd HOW THEY STAND NATIONAL l.KAC.lli: Neiv Yoik \V . 0 S . 0 Pittsburgh .. Chlcn« > . . SI I/MII.V ... Phil-.idelphui I, 4 4 ft , ti ft , f> ft ft ft 4 b Pel .BOO S'ni .500 son .144 Lippy Leo Remains Silent; Sports Writers Say Punishment too Severe A.MDIMCAN play nnd May 13 they will meet under the Haley Field lights in the final set. Philadelphia Eagles' Sieve Van Huron, left, interrupts curia in hanging in his Pcnfiold, Pa,, lionie to read contract offered by the club's assistant general mnn- acer, Vince McNally. The National Football League's leading ground-gainer signed (or four more years. Where Charity Begins Gerry Cole man's hitting since he took over the second-basing job for the Yankees reminds Rae Rowan of the Wellsville, N.Y., Dally Reporter of the time when Coleman wasn't doing .so well For the Wei 1s- ville Pony League club . . . Rowan was official scorer when Coleman, who had been in a terrific slump, finally tapped out one which might have been scored as a hit or an error . . . As soon as (he game ended;- catcher Chuck Silvera ran over to the press box and asked: "Did you give Gerry a. hit? The poor kid needs one." . , . Silvern got a call down from the manager and Coleman already had been credited with the hit. Sporlspourri Major League scouts arc keeping close watch on the Wake Forest college baseball team, which has the longest winning streak compiled i n Nort h Ca rolina i n 20 yea rs, a seven-man pitching staff and 14 Manila Pitcher Holds Gosnell To a Single Hit Paced by the one-hit hurling o: Gene Holt the Manila High Schno nine drubbed Gosnell 12 to 0 yesterday afternoon In a game plnynd on the Manila High School field Holt gave up only one hit ove the seven-inning route, a single it I the seventh. He allowed only lascs on halls and two Gosnel jatter.s were safe on errors makinj him face only 25 men in the sevci nninp.v David East, Manila third base man, led his team at the plat with a perfect, day, two triple and two doubles in four trips. Emery went the route for Gos nell giving up 10 hits includin home run by Manila sfiortsto Marm Harris. Tuesday afternoon the Lions wi play a return engagement wit Gosnell on the Gosnell diamond. Hotel is Inspected By Future Tradesmen Twenty "future tradesmen" Iron Blytheville High School's distribu ive education classes yesterday vis ited the Hotel Noble In conncctio with their studies of various bus ncs in Blytheville. J. Stanley Gressley. manage conducted the group on a ton the hotel, explaining proce operation of the office, housrkcep ing department, storeroom, kitche boiler room, laundry and prlva dining rooms. tony r dures Uircc lo Ilnstou hist sot i ni:ii.\ l.iltle Hork New Orlotyns Ml;i nl a . . Illrmhuluim Nn.shville . Mobile . ., W. . ^ . ft . S . ft . s . i ., . 2 V2 YosloicWs Rosuhs A.MI-ltlCAN I.r.UHIK Ne\ - I'oik 7, Boston !. Clnvelund 4. Dplrnlt 1. PhLliuklphm fi, \Vii-sh In nlou Only f.imie.s sclu-ituled. ander ar. liases on ball ruined .luck Kr;i- ,e year. Two walks nnd a bnoi by ern Stephens gr»t K miner in olc in the second. He never v Die to crawl out. Southpaw lxm Bri.ssie chalked up is third straight victory ns Phll- rielphia downed Washington, fi-S, > end a four-game loslnc streak. Gone Bcardrn, hero of Cleveland's enunnt and world .series triumph tsl foil, defealod Detroit for the prond time. 4-1. o'n a three-run lull, innlnu. It was Ihr fifth In a mv for Rcarden over the Tiger* :i his brief ma.lnr league onrrcr. Chlcneo and St. Kouis were not cheriuleri. NL- I I1RS>. NATIONAL LKACHi: fulolphla 5, Rfooklyn '2. -niio .V Si I/>uls 4 (12 innhiRM -iuiiuti 7. ritt.sbnigh II. York 10, Htxston 9 (10 inn- By Urn l'lr*;;ir NKW YOim. April III) \,V\ "Ttip l.lp" was silent (odiiy a,s In- In^an the [list full dny of his -muni MJs[ii'iisUm from ha.srLmll In Ihire yen is U'o l)itinrhcr. (he bitldiim. pu^- niu'iinis miinnnt'i f)f the New York Glruit.s. ua.s under orders fmm his IIDVS, 11m ace Stonchnni, (o keen .till. H* 1 will gel his i-lmiicr tci Uilk next Tuestluy \\hcn he iippi-uus tie- fore C'omnilssloner A. M Cltnmilcr in ('IncLiinatf. t'bundler Miispomled inm ycster- <!;(>• followinj; n brief Inn-as. Tluirs- (11\ y with it M rook ] y n Inn ;\\ t li e Polo Grounds, The fun. 32• yeur-oliI l-'n'd liny- .--en of Brooklyn, lU'cusnl Dmni'lin 1 of puiirhhiu anil kicking liiiu attri n i JTi-'J mul of Ihe ("Hunts by tin*' I Hinoklyn Dodgers, i IJiiKK'her hit imybmly. | Me MI id .somebody h in! to grub his rap niut he grubbed It buck To rili- ('kiai^rs Hnysrn said tluit lie luui itskod his M Uornoy to .srrk n si millions Mmulny agulnsi l.eo chjiiKlui; Mtnplc IISMLlllt. liunu'her was enroui.x to liu:.inn wlih Ills ton in ycsti'itluy wlini hi 1 hi'iu'd he had born .sM^firndvil ] l<* nliDiicd .Stonrliiitu, numrd Co u'h Frankie l-'rlsi'h net hit; mniuu'.ei lU'M a 20-mil in 11- press rnnli'irix L and then flew buck to New York "Mr HI on el mm will ^Ivr oul nil fulnrr sluli'incnt-s," siiid thr nurni ullv volunhle Durort\cr. < Dui'OL'hei' was suspondi'd b C>'liinuiler (or one your In Anil 1017. for condiU'l deli iiurnUil lo bn.M'biLll. At the timr he \\ ixs initu- nger ot Iht' Dodm-r.s. The Cilhiil.s' player ulunnrrl nircdUK In Dn.sliin tnday. Ki't'ietii]^ v:ddfe li run nick sitUi ttii'S' v/imlc lorwurd Ihoir opinions to fihuudlcr Nrtvsinrn Aitil i'oiniiiiMit finysrn wns rclensed from n luis piinl yestri'ilny. Hr. t. \\Vlss n said physicliins hint found no bruises on his body and Hint x-rays had disclosed no Interim! Injuries lie changed attorneys wlieu Samuel R. nelnlsh withdrew. Kelnlsli Miltl he tllil not riifiriKP in ri'linlnnl i»r nenilRi'jirc \\-n\k. He added, ho\v- c'vi'r. that he fell the case had mnll lloysen's new lawyer Is Menjamlll II. Ch;is]n of iiiooklyn who said ne I.s n llrooklyn fan who has "ra*/.cd snn Ml .182 SOUTHERN* ASSOCIATION New Oi'lcnn.s 6, Memphis 5 (10 In- Olhor |xw;tix>npd. Gun Club Reoorts Keen Interest- On Firing Ranges Tipp xbootine nl the" Air Ba.^ Skncl Ranpe bepai^ Tlnirsriny wiU :he comp'etinn of the installation of new Imps pun'hrwert recent 1> by tbe Plytbcviile Gun Chili, R. Brojrtor,. Blylheville .spnrLsinan, an- noiincc'ri ytfllcnlfiy. The row Imp i.s located immediately south ot the .skeel, nun;'?, Mi'. Bro;:don .said, and i,s current]/ open for firm? on Sunday an;l Thursday afternoons. The Blythe.ville Gnu Clnb, a nonprofit organization of Ini-al .siiorl.s- nieit. is making the .skce-t ad Iran ranges available lo the pnblU:, Mr. Bro?don .stated, on either of the afternoons thai the ranges arc open each v.eek, Hr* stated th«l skeel and trnn Rliootinp is bp-co]iiing popular in this virinity Find that llic public, is invited lo witness -shoolin? on the rnn^.s nt any of the .sessions. The Jhrcf and trap ranpe.s arc locAted i3i Ihe corner of the nkl RlythevLlle Army Air Field. loclcw's Games AMKKICAN I.KAGUF. Bosf.on n.1 New York. \Vci.shinpton at Phllndelnhla Clovcliim] at Detroit. ChlCRSn al St. Louis. NATIONAL I.FACillK Philadelphia at Brooklyn. PilUljurph at, Cincinnati. St. Louis nl Chicago, New York at Boston. THEATER * LEACHVI LLE , ARKANSAS. -co several times himself," In Boston, the New York xporU writers coming the Giant's adopt- d a resolution last ulght expreu- ng belief that the punbihrnent t- Durocher WM more «evere han warrfliUed by the fact*. The writers said Ihe resolution would be forwarded to Ihe commlwloner. Scveial New York counties are larger In area than Rhode Island x Oftlir Oprno at 1 Wrtk Nl(ht* Slum- Startl »( 7:39 Malllirc Sulurriiiy & Sunday 2 |>.m, wl(n rnnllnuouJi nhowll". Silt unlay 'PAINTED DESERT" Ci K,- (I'ltrlni ll;iy \\lilllrv Ch:>|ili<r ^ nt "IlKX ,1 KliS'l'V Sutiirilny "RIDERS OF THE LAW" Hub Strrlr Scrhil: C-hnyter 4 of "IlKX * RINTV" SATVHD.IV MIIINITi: SHOW SLuts HI: I.S p.m. "SHED NO TEARS" \\.ilhu•<• Kuril, .hitu> ^ F hl^l•lll Al-,0 Stiuili Sunday & Monday "CRY WOLF" I'll i»l Flynti nmli.irii Sliuiu'yrk \\'u i• ni' r News A S111 ir [ s Mniulny. Slnnls .V Serial. plrr Ifl of "IllllKT, CKNTKY SOUTIIKKN Nashville at Atlanta, two, nlglit, Only pume.-? .scheduled.- S'l'Alt'l'INCi TI.MV. \VrrkiU.vs: 1:«« * 11:1111 I'. S.UlinUj &• Smnl:\y: 1 I' \Vilh <;nnllnmms SliiMvi M. . M. Jonesboro Go// Team Meets fi/yt/ievif/e Boys A team of Rlythevllle Hlph School Rnlfei.s engaged a team from Jonesboro High School on the Blylhcvllle Country Club course this morning En a return dual meet, The Chick Ihik.smen were seeking their second straight win over the Jonesboro shot makers to remain supreme in this district. Last Saturday the Blylhevlllc team won over Joncsboro 2-1 In match play rm Hie Jnuc.sboro course. Members of the Blylhcvllle team are Jack Elliott, Frank Wagner and E. B. Gee Jr. erman. He went there in 1946 . . . Racing fans are being invited by the throronghbred record nnd Mrs, Warren Wright to ADRKCfit n name for Citation's yearling brother. How nbont Collection? Home Claim Backfires CALGARY, Altn., April 30. (>T>»— Boyd Johnson probably is sorry he brought the maltrr up nt all. Johnson filrd claim in coxirl for ownership, under sqna tiers rights, of ihp house of Olaf Olson, which snkl he hart occupied rent-free since August. 1939. He snid Olsrn lad rtisappenrrd. but (he court located him. Olson filed counterclaim yesterday for 128 months' back rent. Saturday (BIG DO11KI.K PUBLIC COWBOY NO. 1 "SON OF A BAD MAN" with l,n«h I,:mie Finiy SI. .Inlm ".turiKlr Clrl" anil Serial: A|M, Khorln SATURDAY 1,ATK SHOW Start* 11:00 p.m. "GANGS of NEW YORK" wllh Ct.iirlrs Hirlifnril NTiil Ann l)v(iri\k Al>» Short Slibjrrl, Number Nine Baseball Team to Play Lepanto Niimbf]- Nine's Independent bF\.sr- txill tram will KO a lire IL-; sccnnd win of Hit! season tomorrow afternoon nynlnsL the I,n]latilo snnl-prn nine on the Number Nine diamond. G;*me time Is .set Inr '2:30. i.ast vvrek Ihe Niners won their opening home Rnmp with nlflRley. Tenn., by n 12-8 score. Sunday and Mondny "THE MAN FROM COLORADO" wllh fiU'iin Ford, Kllcn Drew :iml Ulllliun TluMon NnMR, Car I OOM \- Short NEW llnx Opcnx Week l>;iy*i 7:00 iMntlncr Saturday .v Hlimliij Sul.-Sun. 1 p.m. (!ont. Shnwln Manila, Ark. Rhnwn KVi:UY NU1HT Sntnrrlny "LONE RIDER OF CHEYENNE" with Hiislrr t'ral)l)e Also Short* SAT. OWI, SHOW AT II P.M. "BROADWAY" ullli CrurKf Ilaft mid I'D I O'ntlen Alsn Shltrti Siiii<I'iy mid Mundiiy 'MEXICAN HAYRIDE' vsllh Unil AhhiiK <iiiil l.uii (.'[istelln Alsn Shnrls hitters with .300 averages.-Looks ball' coach, and We Can't Born It Clyde B. Smith, Indiana U. foot- his loke a good prospect for "the NCAA j sieve "siako. first met in Ihe cnrp- playoH* . . . Dean of the coaching enter's shop at the Iowa Ci of Idaho staff at the University which is trying to catch up with the biggies of the Pacific Coast j quote): "H may augur well for no Conference is track coach Stan His- 1 future hoosier "opponents." ty Navy pre-riight school in 1944 . . . Tub- thumper Bob Cook claims (and we BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHKRK! Reserved Seals on Sale at the Legion Arena from (i p.m. Every Monday Monday, May 2 ADULTS 50c — CHILDREN loc New Starling Time 8:15 HOX SEATS iSc EXTRA TAG MATCH CHARLIE KEENE and CHRIS BELKAS JACK STEELE The Sleep Rock mlnc.s In Ontario. Cnnaclfi, have produced ^.SOD.ODO tons ol Iron, ore In the past lln'cc years. Across a 3Sfl-mlIc .stretch of wlld- rrnrss in Labrador Hierft is hoUnved lo lie a .solid trough of Irnti ore running anywhere from 10 to 6C mllc.s wide. Horned toads ent ants and olher insects, catching thcn\ with B darling tongue. DO AWAY WITH SHIMMY versus and PRINCE OMAR Also 2 1-Fall 30-Minure Matches Keene vs. Steele Belkas vs. Prince Omar "An ecno 11 the only thing lh d f can beat a woman out of the last word," says Hannah. ATI r.clio is an Interest ing phenomenon unless it mines OIL! nf your loud speaker. If you have n prrmanoiit WAVC. in your wave EciiRths 11 wIH pay tn call us. •XPfKTKADtOSAtfSSSERV/Cl FOR FKCf ESTIMATES .J hfr» Inr i STKP.RING WHECi, PROMT KM* CHBCK UP. t r-l tonlrol. E«TIWATE A»r<«« SULLIVAN-NELSON Chevrolet Co. 301 W. Walnut Phono 578 DON'T FORGET! SATUUDAV .MIDNIIK SHOW Slartu 10:(.S v .m. 'Behind Locked Doors" SIUKDKK WAS THK ONLY WAY OUTI i'lleillf Hremrr, Klrharii CkrlMtn Aho Oartoon SnndHy A Monday ' "The Undercover Man" 'IIK INSIDE STORY OF A C.RF.AT '.S. CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION (ilrnn Ford IS'lnn Knch Ncwi of the Day Cartoon RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark: Saturday 'GUN SMUGGLERS" with Tim Holt Cartoon A Serial Sulurdny Nite Owl Show "BELLE OF THE YUKON" Vlltli Kanrinlph Srotl Also Carloon SUNDAY-3P.M. Blytheville Air Base Suiiilay. Monday and Tuesday "Blood on the Moon" nltti Robert Mltchum Warner N*ws A Short BLYTHEVILLE'S ONLY Show Sturls Weekdays 1:00 p.m. .Alurihiy nnd Sunilny: Cnntlnutw Rhowlng from 1:00 p.m. Saturday (I)OHHLK KKATIiRK) "BLACK STALLION" featuring the screen's two most sensational horses; SHKIK itnd RKX "SUNSET PASS" with .lames Warren t Nan I.r.sllc, and .lane GrMtr Serial: "Chick Carter, Detective' Nn. 11 AUo Cartoon SAT. OWL SHOW 11 p.m. "STEP BY STEP" with Lawrence Tlernt?, Anne Jeffreys, Anil \ Lowell Gilmore Serlnhv "Jesse James Ride* Again" No. 6 Abo Cartoon Sunday & Monday (DOUBLE FEATURE) "STRANGE WOMAN" with llcrt.T I.amarr. George Sanders, ami Louis Hayward 'GEN I US AT Wf with W»ll; Br«« Alan <;»m«T, mnd Anne Jeltre>-»

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