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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1349 Chicks, Osceola Each Qualify One Contestant in State Meets; Junior Seminoles Place Four LITTLE ROCK, May T. «/Pi—The Blylhrvillo Chicks, ruled RS one ol the pre-meet dark horses ill Die state Class A track Aiiri flcM meri which got underway here yesterday, qualified only one ninn In ypMerdny alter- noon'i qualifying rounds. He wns J. A. Lloyd who represented the Chirks In the shot put. Lloyd was one ot the 12 men making the Rrndc In the A qualifying "round of the weight division to become eligible to compete In the meet proper which got underway this afternoon.» In the Class B qualifying rounds. I David Hisaw. Osceola's only representative, qualified for further competition in the broad jump. He was the only Mississippi County lad making the grade in the qualifying rounds. The Class A and B meets flic being held In conjunction with the Big Six and junior high meets. lf(rr> Favored In Bis Six Real dogfights for team clinsn- pionshhu' and perhaps further assaults on records were in prospect for the finals of the meets this afternoon. Preliminaries, which ocean yesterday afternoon, extended until well after midnight. Little Rock, stood the best chance of winning the Bis Six division lille with 14 entries qualified for the finals. But HIP Tiscrs were lol- loped closely by Port Smith, which qualified 13 finalist*: El Dorado, with II, and North Little with nine. Pine Bluff and Hot were out of the running HOW THEY STAND A.MKIUCAM I.KAGUi: New York . Cleveland ... Detroit Cbicatso . . . Philadelphia Boston ... w. 13 n 9 St. I/mis I'd. .705 -UG7 .fiOO .529 .500 425 .38!) .m NATIONAL u-:,u;tji; Boston . . New York Brooklyn I'hlladnliihi Chicago ... Si Louis Cim-itinati Pittsburgh w. ..11 ..in . 9 . . 7 Pet, .047 .58B .529 .500 Kentucky Derby To Be Run Today Olympic Listed as 6-5 Favorite to Capture Racing's Top Honor . Jly Jrtlm C'liantller CHURCHILL DOWNS, Ixilllsvllle. Ky.. May 1—(."Pi—Fourteen three- ycar-olil colls have the biggest date of their frisky ynimi? lives today- an eni::i|j;euient with the starter the TStll running of the great Kentucky neiby. It is the hinccsl field since Assault beal Ifi ciibers for the big jackpot in IfHIi. Most people hereabouts think 13 of them will IIP having n fjood stern ', r ir\v of Ihr favoiTd Olympic and Joi'kcy Kdilie Arcaro at the finish of the mile and one quarter Rallop. The l-'j cci Hijoprr star hns copperl five .sliiiitht since he dropped a election to Olrl Rockporl In the Santa Anita Derby Feb. 10. Olympln is in top form. as he tlemonstniled in winninc the one mile derby trinl here TiK'.siiay in n front-running breeze* fair Wf:i(lu-r J'mlictcd Still. l:( nvals Ihink onouph of Spahn Checks Reds on Seven Hits to Give Braves 6-1 Victory their chance's to risk SI,000—start- Sprincl with fiur and two, respectively. All B!£ Six teams a!<o were eligible (or the 100-yard dasli and the relays, in which no prelims \\ft> held. Defending champion Cauinen u> class A, qualified 14 entries. Next were RusscllvlUe. with nine, and Fayetleville. with fix. Hartford and Norphlct were evenly matched in Class B. each hav- irrc qualified ten finalists. In the junior division. Newport. Little Rock West Side and Little. Rock Pulaski Heights each t)iiaU- !-en five for the finals, while F.iy- eiteville. Russellville. Osceola, North Little Rock. Camden and Hoi Springs each had four preliminary survivors All bis si * performances IJirminyham Atlanta .. . Ncu- Orleans Mobile ! Little Rook Nashville . . Chattanooga Memphis .. SOUTHKIIN I.KACIJI W , .11 in 13 8 in '.he I'd. nail .tii)7 650 .son .500 .1:18 .-too .200 prelims went down as records be- j csu=e this is the first mrc t ever held in that division. A!.=o the best hurdle times in tlie other senior divisions were records as conditions of tht races have been chanscd this year. But there were some Remnnc record-breaking performances. One record—that for the C!a.ss A MO-yard relay—was broken twice In the nisht session. Fayetteville ran the quarter-mile in 46.1 seconds, bettering Little Rock's 4T.3 eflort ot 1943 But Camden ran the same distance In 455 seconds In the very next heal. Two teams also battered the old mark lor tilt Class B 440-.el:iy. Hartford and Atkins each postmz 41.3. The previous record was 43.7. ,et by Bald Knob in 1945. A new junior discus throw record of 142. 5 3-8 Inches was registered by Bob Litton of Lohoke. The former record was 140 feet. 10 inches by Bill Spurill of Smackovcr, set last yew. Yesterday's Results NATIONAL I.KAGl/K New York 3. St. Louis I). Philadelphia 4. pinsburul' 3. Boston B. Cincinnati I. Chicago 4. Brooklyn J. AMKKICAN UiAOUK Chicago 6, New Yoik 2. Philadt .)hla 5. Detroit -1 tl untncsl. Washington B. St. I/illis 7. Only Barnes scheduled. SOll'l'llEHS I.KAOl'l! Kirmingham 5. Lillle Rock 2. Atlanta 8. 'Memphis 2. Nashville 9. Mobile 4. Chattanooga G, New Orleans 5. Today's Games NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago at Brooklyn. St. Louis at New York. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Boston. AMKKICAN I.KAGOE NPIV York at Chicago. Washington at SI. Louis. Philadelphia nt Detroit. Boston at Cleveland. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Atlanta at Mobile. Only ynme. IIIK fee-- on a lonp chance to clrau j down the whtm'r's share of S91.600 Witli 1-1 slailets, the race would cross SI in.BSD. Perhaps the chief topic of conver- .siLlion, n.side from the. horses themselves and Louisville's heat wnve of reccm days, was: whether II would rain by Derby post time a;id make it a nmddv tinck. 'I'lio latc.st forecast from the weather man rend: "Pnrtly cloudy id somewhat cooler" today: "fail inrt cooler" loniRht. There was no neution of rain, lint the word 'cloudy" left it In a tentative staye Olymnia proved he would win he sloppy coitiR when he took the Wood Memorial at Jamaica two weeks ago today. Rut the Hoope liolshnt almost didn'1 make It. Lsi- Bieber's Palestinian came sut'K uii in the .stretch and the] faded at the last moment as Olym- pin Kfabhcd ttic verdict by a neck 10^000 Kxperlcd Palestinian. trained hy that shrewd little red-haired horseman Hirsch Jacobs, is polng to try il again. An off U'ack wouldn't, do Palestinian any hann. In the two experimental handicap at Jamaica preceding the Wood. Palesinian was tar hack as Olyinpia galloped to easy victories. A muddy track also could affect the size of the field. Trainer Monte, 'arke said Johns Joy wouldn't s'arl unless the strip is fast. Mrs. Albert Roth. Louisville own, trainer and breeder of the rank outsider, Scnccas Coin, also said her colt, would stay tn the barn if tlie track came up heavy. Tlie crowd, expected to he around 100.000 for Col. Matt J. Winn's diamond jubilee .iaunt. will wait on the conditions at racetime to decide the second choice in the'mnt- uels. Olympia was quoted al 6-5 in the latest line, with Palestinian next at 5 to L By -lark Hand H Associated I'ITM Sports Writer Sain and Spahn, the Boston Braves' two-mail pitching staff, are bnck in business as a winning combination. Lnr,t year, Manager Hilly Southworth's success formula was the familiar. "Sain, Spahn and rain." It may be the same story all over again. After a shaky start in which both Johnny Sain and Warren Spahn, ills lefthanried partner, failed to win their first two outgoings, the boys are back in stride . Soulhworth is Retting help from Vern Bickford, Bill Volselle. and young Johnny Antonelli but Sain and Spahn again arc his old re- liables. Tliey have accounted for four of the last five Boston wins the club's march, to first place. Spahn bettered Sain's Thursday iiiBhl effort with a fine four-hitter iiKanist the Cincinnati Reds last night. The 6-1 decision cemented Ihe Braves' hold on the National League lead, Spahn had a shutout going unti 1 the ninth when Hank Saner belted Ills Ihlrd homer of the season. He struck out eight and walked only two In winning his third straight. K('hmll7 Brats Hums Jolinuy Schmllz 1 old hex on the Brooklvn Dodgers held good as he ruined Ilioii home night opcnins willi a 4-2 Chlcugo win. The classy •oulhpaw defeated the Brooks six times last season. Monti Kennedy turned in a fine workmanlike effort acnnst the SI Louis Cards as the Giants hung up their first shutout victory, 3-0. Johnny M'zo helped topple Jim Heurn with a two-run homer in the sixth inning. RUS.S Meyer sol home against the stumbling Pirates. 4-3. on th strength of an parly Phil barrage against Elmer Riddle. The Phils chased Elmer with lour runs in the first three innings. That included a double by Kddie Miller and a triple bv Bill Nicholson. Sports Roundup by Hiuh Jr. Lit tie Rock Golf Meet Enters Quarter-Finals LITTLE ROCK. May 7. I/TV-Play in the Little nock Country Club's Invitational golf tournament moved Into the quarter-finals today. The line-up: Johnny Buzick Jr.. Jonesboro, vs. Martin Tenney. Little Rock. Ted DarraRh. Little Rock. vs. Richard (Bubba) Smart. Pine Bluff. Jim Flislna, Taylorville. 111., vs. Dick McKlnney. Little Rock. Ralph Houck, Little Rock. vs. Osro Cobb, Little Rock. Mis-sine, was state champion Vincent Allision, who was eliminated yesterday. Semi-finals were to be played late today. The tourament will end with the 36-hoie final tomorrow. Second round results: Buzick beat Boonle Harper. Little Rock, 1 up. 19 holes. Tenney beat Waner Marks. Little Rock and the University ol Arkansas. 4 and 1. Darrniih beat Gene Kcency, Texarkana. 3 and 2. Smart beat Cy Speck Jr., Little Rock. 3 and 2 Frisina beat Steve Cieckmorc Jr.. F-rt Smith, 5 and 4. McKinney beat Howard Wilkins. Pine P.luff, one up. 19 holes. Houck boat. J. L. Moslcy, Fort Smith; 5 and 4 Cobb beat Grady Ilolloway, Little Rock, 6 and 4. Maior League Leaders I'.ero of the day in the American was Bobby Shantz. the hall pint rookie of (\\v A's stair. Wls'il Stops Yankees Shunt?, took over in the fourth as relief for Carl Sdlelb. He pitched lo-hit, no-imi hall for nine relief inninps. He allowed only two-hit* in his full lO-inning stint for a 5-4 decision over Detroit in the 13th. Waltv Moses 'homer with a man on was the victory margin against, DiM.y Trout, who replaced Hal Newhousci in the eighth. The Yankes' victory parade was halted by an old teammate. Bill Wight of the While Sox. who worked a seven-hitter to snap the Yanks' streak at three sames (6-2). He also doubled off Frank Shea with tlie bases loaded in the second Inning to ruin Shea's first 1949 start. Washington's slug-happy Sena- ors. outclubbed the St. Louis Jrowns. 8-7. It. was Ihe fourth successive loss lor the Browns and the. htrd straight triumph for the Senators on their first western wing. Armorel and Osceola Nmei Play Tomorrow TVw Armorel Tigers will meel the Oscfola Tigers on the Armorel diamond tomorrow* afternoon at 2:30. Blssell is scheduled to hurl for the Tigers with Young doing the catching work. Marion Dyer, manager of the Tigers said that a ror>f has bren added to the grandstand at the Armorel park to protect spectators from the sun. Osceola Legion Juniors To Meet Memphis Nine Osceola\ junior l.ejnnn bnsehall 1 team will piny the \VeOna. Fond Store nine of Memphis nt Hale Field in Osreola tomorrow afternoon. Game time is set for 3 o'clock. Tlie.se Iwrt teams were scheduled tn meet last Sunday but the same Birmingham Nips Travelers 5 to 3 To Sweep Series 'Haskett doinp the receiving. SHOOT! TRAP AND SKEET Thursdays - 4 p.m. Sundays - 2 p.m. EVERYONE INVITED Shells Available at Field AIR BASE Tlv Thp Associaled Press The Birmingham Barons whipped the Little Rock Travelers last night 5-3. to move up to the top spot in Ihe .Southern Association. The Atlanta Crackers visited Memphis and knocked over the was postponed until tomorrow due | chicks. 8-2: the Nashville Vols wor to rain. Stanford Is scheduled 10.9-4 tram the Mobile Bears and the pitch for Osceola and Conncrs or Chattanooga Lookouts edged the New Orleans Pelicans. 6-5. The Barons' move into firsl place in the standings was the fourtl chance tn the top spot this wee v- At the bcpinninp, of the we'^ the Travs were on top—and ha( been ever since the third day o play. Then the Crackers grabbed th lead, holding it for only one day when they were snperccricd hy th Pelicans. Nmv the Barons have il The Rocks held on to the lead for about two weeks, then began to slump. Birmingham's win over them last nicht was the Travs' eicht consecutive loss. Three homers featured the Barnns-Trav contest. The four-baggers were off the bats of Chuck Koncy, i Jnr Stephenson and Ralph Hat- ' field The win gave Birmingham a .v.vrpp of the four-same series. Fari Caldwell did a neat job ot rel'.rf pitching—yielding only one hi! in thiee and one-third innings New York Boxing Board Okays Rocky Graziano, NEW YORK. May 7 M')—Rocky liw.iano. former world middleweight boxing champion t who has been under suspension in the state of New York sinc» Feb. 7. 1947. for failure lo report an alleged bribe, was reinstated yesterday by the Slate, Athletic Commission. The reinstatement was announced by Commission Chairman Eddie Eagan after Grazinno and his manager, Irving Cohen, had appeared before ttie three-man body which governs the ring sport In this state. Graziano won the -title from Tony Zale of Gary, Ind., i ing Association. By the Associated Press NATIONAL I.EAC.UK Batting—-Kazak. St. Louts, .413. Campanclla, Brooklyn, .404. Runs — Gordon. New York, 18. Waltkus. Philadelphia. 17. Runs batted in - Campanclla Brooklyn. 1(1. Ennis. Philadelphia and Torgeson. Boston, 15. Hits—Lockmnn, New York, 27 Thomson, New York, 25. Doubles-Jones. Philadelphia, 9 Marion, St. Louis. 7. Triples — Smalley. Chicago. 4. Lohrke. New York, 3. Home rims—Gordon. Ne\v York. 6. Mizc and Livingston. New York. | Ennis, Philadelphia. Reese and Campanella, Brooklyn, Torgeson, Boston, 4. Stolen bases — Lockman, New York, Robinson. Brooklyn, 4. Pitching—Heintzelman. Philadelphia. Branca, Brooklyn. 4-0. 1.000; Hartiing, New York, 3-0, 1.000. Strike - Outs —Branca. Brooklyn, and Spahn, Boston. 21. AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting — DiMaggio. Boston, .400. Groth. Detroit. .385. Runs — Joost, Philadelphia. 17. Appling. Chicago. .15. Kell. Tigers, 15. Fain. Athletics. 15. Runs Hatted In—Williams and Stephens. Boston. 21. | Hits— Majeski. Philadelphia. 27. Kell, Detroit, Chapman, Philadelphia, 25. Doubles—Chapman. Philadelphia. 8. Zernial. Chicago. 7. Triples—Mitchell, Cleveland, Valo. Philadelphia, 4. Home Runs—Stephens. Red Kox, 6. Groth, Detroit. Gordon, Cleveland, Graham, St. Louis. Vollmcr, Washington. 5. Stolen Bases—Tebbetts. Boston. 3. 5 players tied with 2 each. Pitching — Taschi. New York, Trucks. Detroit, 4-0. 1.000: Beardcn. Cleveland, Parnell. Boston. Lopat, New York and Brisslc, Philadelphia, 3-n. i.ooo. Strikeouts — Newhonscr, Detroit. Trucks, Detroit, 19. NEW YORK, May 7— (ft*t— About a dozen horses will parade to the post at Churchill Downs late this afternoon with their backers fcrv- entlv hoping that something will happen to hriuc Olyinpia back lo Die Held and make a real race out o( the 75th Kentucky Derby . Chances are that nothing can happen that will he ciulte as strange as King Nadi's misfortune in 1925 . King Nadi was a urea I horse on a muddy track but just ordinary when it was fast and owner John Troxlcr entered him over-night in the hope that it would be muddy on Derby Day . . It doesn't cost a cent lo enter a horse once he has been nominated but ii was $500 then if he started ... At two o'clock Saturday afternoon, the sur was shlnglnc and the track wa? last so Troxlcr scratched King Nad lo save 500 bucks . . . Then jus nt that .sentimental moment whei derby fans from Hrnadway, Bismnrk N.D.. and IJitd-In-Hand, Pa., shed tears as the band strikes up "Ken lucky Home" and the first hors appears on (lie Irack. a verilnbl< cloudburst swept over the Downs.. Tlln track «"is as sloppy as you'v ever .seen u-hcn the race was nn and an outsider. Flying Ebon; splashed home in front . . . Eve today you'll find guys around th Downs who'll tell you regretfnll I would have bceti a cinch fo Kinp; Nadl. M:it-Kimunial Venture Mushky Jackson, who once took lighter allt lie way from Miami to the 9fiih Street .subway station in New York before he found a nlace dark enough to pay him off. is resuming his promotion of wrestling matches at Kcansburp. N.J., this summer . . . His box office "man" will be Mrs. Jackson and assorted relatives will watch the gates . . . Maybe Mushky will be "cut" a.s badly as some of his former boxers, but he explains: "If anybody knocks some dough. I'll know it's staying in the family." '•our Qldtimers Of Wrestledom On Monday's Card Promoter Mike Meroney will bring ack to the Legion Arena Monday ighl four oldtlrneis to take part i the tag match feature of the American Legion's wrestling bouts. Meroney has booked two of the Velch brothers. Roy and Joe, to neet William "Wild Dill" Canny nd Finis Hall in the 90-mlnute line limit, best two of three falls hat, will constitute the main event. This booking should be a natural or those fans that like rough and iimhle grappling as all four partl- Hiants are masters of the cntch- as-catch-can style and a feud bct- vccn the Welchs and Canny seems ei'tain to flare anew, and should idd spice to the booking. This will be the first appearance here In more than a month for Joe Welch and. Canny. Roy Welch jerformed here two weeks ago and lall Is a holdover from last weeks' card. Two one-fall preliminary matches completes Monday night's booking with Joe Welch meet'ng Hall in the first and Roy Welch taking on Cinny in the second. Assault Charge Against Paragould Coach Dropped! PARAGOULD, Ark.. May T. Paragotild High School Coach H. A. Sanford was dismissed In Municipal Court here yesterday on I charges of assault and battery. The charges were brought by th* I father of one of two students -h« I ordered into » boxing match Jor | disciplinary purposes. ^ Judge Cecil Grooms expressed I doubt as to wisdom of the action, I but said he found nothing to slip- I port the assault, and battery | charges. FOR SALE Concrete culverts, 12 Inch to 4* inch, plain ot rcenlurced Also Concrete Building Blocks cheaper than lumber for barns chicken houses, pump houses, tenant houses, tool sheds. We deliver Call us for free estimate . » phone 691. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. S|iortsmontion Thn nev>~ pardcn boxing setup is hopeful of landing another Willie Pep-Sandy Snddler fight via Joe Louis . . . Story \vi\s the Lou Viscusi. Peti'.s manager, wouldn't Rive Mike Jacobs a look-in because of an arsnuncnt over 53,800 In "rhicken Iced." . . . Wafce Fores college has a 300-pound freslitnar golfer named Dick Tiddv who ha* been knocking chuncks off par re gularly, Strange thing is that In doe.s it not. bv belting the ball i mile but by fine putting. Chock SiRnals When the Kansas football squa was -split into two squads to dri 1 for Friday's spring game, Don Fam bron pli, assigned to coach th "white sqaud. approached Jerr Brogue, freshman quarterback the "Red" team in quest of infor mat Eon . - . "What was The secret play you guys added today?" he inquired innocently . . . The freshman, equally innocent B n ri wide-eyed, replied: "Coach, they're all secret to me." NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail oft the prcm- ISP.S described as Mary Bell's Cafe,' Luxora, Mississippi County. The undersigned stiUes that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral clnuactei. that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude: that no license to sell beer by the under- gned ha:- been revoked within five ears last past; and that the under- gned has never been convicted of ioluting the laws of this state, or other state, relative to the sale f alcoholic liquors. Application is lor permit io be ssued for operation beginning on he 1st day of July, 1949, and to ex- ire on the 30 day of June. ID50. L. /,. Roysier Subscribed and sworn to before lie this 6th day of May 1949. Elizabeth Mason Mv Commission expires: 4-28-50. THEATER * LEACHVI LLE , ARKANSAS. STARTING TIME Weekdays: 1:01) & 9:00 F. M. S:iliin];iy * Sunday: 1 ,P- JL With Continuous Showing Mrs. Margaret Chase Smith <R- Maine^ is the first woman to serve in hoth the United Slate? Senate and House of Reprpsr-ntiuives. The palo-^Verdc tree of the .y>utll- \vc.st desert has more b!osM)ms than leaves. Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE "HIGHWAY 13" with Robcrl Lnivery and Pamela Blake "Hollywood Barn Dance' with Krnesl Tuhbs and Lori Talbot Serial The "Jungle Girl" Also Cartoon HEATRE OSCEOLA OUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Bov Office Opens at ^ Week Nlghll Show Starts at 7:30 ' Matinee Saturday & Sunday I 2 p.m. willi continuous showhi£.| Saturday 'BUCKAROOS FROM POWDER RIVER" Charles Starrctt as The Ourjmfio Kid and Smiley Uurnette Serial: Chapter 5 of "HEX & RLNTY" Saturday Midnight Show Starts I0:4n p.m. • Top Secret Until Now! • "THE PLOT TO KILL» ROOSEVELT" Also Shorts Saturday Midnight Show ' /; URUBU" (Story of Vulture. 1'enple) with George Breakstone Short Subjects Sunday & Monday "TULSA" (IN TECHNICOLOR) Sns:in Hayward Robert Preston News of the Day & Shorts July 1ft. 1947. and lost it to the same fiphter on June 10. 1948. A native New Yorker, he has been training recently for a comeback, although he also is barred in all Middleweight [slates covered by the National Box- WHY TAKE CHANCES? BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWKST ADMISSION I'FUCE ANYXVIIMHE! Reserved Seals on Sale al the Legion Arena from B p.m. Kvcry Monday Monday, May 9 ADULTS .idc — aULDKKN 15c New Starling Time 8:15 RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Saturday 'PAINTED TRAIL" with Turn Kccnc Also Cartoon A Serial I50X SKATS Lie KXTKA I'Jai Inrluilrd) TAG MATCH FINIS HALL and BILL CANNY versus ROY WELCH and JOE WELCH Also 2 1-Fall 30-Minurc Marches Joe Welch vs. Hall Roy Welch VI. Canny WITH BUM BRAKES SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO, 301 West Walnut Phone 578 Sat unlay Owl Show "THE DUKE OF WEST POINT" SAT. NIGHT 0\VI, SHOW uilh I.mils Hnyw^rd, anil .loan Fontaine Also Oirlnnn Sunday &• Monday "THE BOY WITH GREEN HAIR" with Pal O'Brien, Holier i Ryan, aiul Dean Stockwell News, Cartoon & Short Dial 4261 Box Ofrice Opens at 1:00 Show Starts at 1:31) Saturday "WESTERN Tim Holt. Nan Serial: Chapter S of "REX & RINTV" BUYTHEAMULES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE Show St:\rls Weekdays 7:00 p.m. jalurdny and Sunday: Cunlinuoufc showing From 1:OU n.m. Sunday, Monday & Tuesday - s *xv.-^ '"&%&> C--'- s ,. RtRiunt ^Slciiuvycki k "S'W. mini 1 iM L;in( ^ r ' Saturday (DOUBI.K FKATUKE) "RENEGADES OF THE RIO GRANDE" with Kort Cameron and Fuzz.r Knight | The el*etri- fyinfl »(o'yj Of O WOfT I who heard J I h • T o w r aider b»- hng plollfld k |Ji» '•'*',• / P h«..i J "CASE OF THE BABY SITTER" with Tom Neal, Allen Jenkins. and Virginia Sale Serial: "Chick farter. Detective" No. 12 Also Cartoon &• Saturday 0\v! Show "A SLIGHT CASE OF MURDER" with Edward G. Robinson .lane Bryan, and Allen Jenkins Serial "Jesse .Tames Rides Again Chapt. 9: Also Cartoon ;S()KKY/ T WWWGNIIMBEW n minims PionuciiiiH INC. pitust Ik PiumouM Rt*iit i """C 1 ^ 1 ' '•"»". "„,,' ""(IK ""^"-C^ Warn«r Ne»« *• Short Sunday &• Monday inOHBI.fi FEATURE) "MONTANA MIKE" with Robert t'ummincs Rrian Dontevy. and Marjorie Reynolds 'I REMEMBER MAMA wHli Irene - Punnp, Barbara Bel Clrdeles, Oscar Homolka, and ThHip Porn Also Cartoon and Late World News Saiurtlay Midnight Show SlurU 10:45 p.m. "DRAGNET" Henry \Vilcoxcn Mary Brian Also Shorts Sunday &• Monday THE UNFAITHFUL" Ann Sheridan Le,w Ay res Zuchary Scotl Warner News & SliorLs Mond;iv: Shorts A- Serial, iaptcr 11 of "BRUCE GENTRY 1 NEW Ho\ Opens \Verk Days 1:00 p.m. M;Uincc Saturday it Sunday at. -Sun. I p.m. Conl- Showtn Manila, Ark. Shows EVERY NIGHT \ Saturday ^ 'Renegades of Sonora" with Allen T.anc as "Red Ryder" Also Shorts Saturday Owl Show 'ROSE OF THE YUKON 1 \vtlh Steve Rrculie and Myrna Dell Also Shorts Sunday and Monday "FIGHTER SQUADRON' with Edmund O'Brien and Robert Stack ' Also Short*

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