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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 26, 1944
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1 t'AGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK. y COURIER 'NEWS MONDAY. JUNE 26, ].0<I4 Haley Announces Wedding Date and Plans - Miss Rachel 'Carolyn Haley and James Wilson Henry -have selected Wednesday, July 26, as their wedding d»y-with plans completed for the marriage rites. The wedding will be solemnized a(;' 2 o'clock in the afternoon at First Methodist Church by the Rev. S.B.-Wllford,.pastor. The-bride-elect' lias selected for her maid 'of .;horior. Miss; Lillian Slmver, and bridesmaids will be Miss Ann;Dejn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, and Mlsa Katherlne Hudson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hudson. , Flower glr) v,ill be Margaret Lou Nelson, daughter or Mrs. Roy Nelson. George Henry of' Joheshoro will serve his brother as best'man and udiers -.will '• be Harvey Morris and Fred Kiger, A piogram of music will be presented by Mrs. Murray Smart, cousin ofahe, bride-elect, at; the'Organ; and Mrs. George'M. Lee, vocalist. » • • Parties Being'Planned For Miss Carolyn Haley A number of interesting .parties are being planned for Miss Rachel Carolyn Haley, daughter of Mr. 'rind Mrs. Arthur Carl Haley, whose nwrrloge to James Wilson Henry will be solemnized July 26. First of these'will be n'shower to be given 'Wednesday afternoon by . Miss AnruDeeh and Miss Katherlne Hudson' at" the 'home of Miss Deon. The hostesses .will be assisted ;by "their mothers, Mrs. George Smith and Mrs. A. O,.Hudsou. Other parties 'to be given, with dates^not decided, wUl'lnclude these hostesses: Mrs. V. G. Holland and daughter, Mrs. Sanford.Boone; Mrs. W. W. Shaver. Miss Lillian Slmver tind Miss Margaret Shaver; Mrs. A. E. Huntley, Mrs. E. D. Ferguson and lilrs. P. E. Cooley, and final parly will be the rehearsal sup|>er at Hotel Noble ^when Mr. and Mrs. George ,M. .Lee : wlll -entertain the wedding party. • • • Houseparty Is Given For College Classmates A reunion of, a igroup of college classmates look-place., here last week when Miss ; Gail : Eich was hostess to five 'friends' from \ Gulf Park; College, Gulfport, Miss., where they, nltend school ,i' • ' . ''. Entertaining I the guests also was Miss Lois Hchjiher sister, who will begin her college' work at that school tills Fall'-.where,,Miss Gall Eich again will,-l>e a student." The house party ,_vtas at,the home.' of their parents."* Mr. 'and Mrs.^Lo.v Eich, 1010 Holly. Guests were. Miss Ana BerryhiH and Miss \Ierry Yeargln, of Jack- fon, Tenn., Mks Martha Ann De- Rossltt of Forrest'City, Miss i Jackie Poust of ^Forrest City ,and Miss Ruth Morganjjf Wilson. , The housepirty 'members, who arnved Wednesday and left Saturday afternoon, spent the time doing the things dear of hearts of college girls — swimming, dancing, playing . cards,-going on vvelner roasts land having coca cola par UPS. * *. • J. P. Friends Entertain Lufkin, Texas, Guests Mr. and Mrs J. P Friend and "on, R. A , hav e as their guests 12 Lufkin, Texas, residents who cnme especially at this time to at- tend'graduation exercises tomorrow at Blytheville Army Air Field when Lieut. 'Arnold Tompkim, sludeni officer, will .receive his wings. His parents,-Mr. and Mrs. J. G Tomokins, anj his sister, Dorpthy Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Gibbs, Mr and Mrs Harold Jennings tint. daughter, Stella Frances, Mrs. Rus< Eagle and daughter, Dorothy, Lloyi Moore and A. G. Perry Jr. an here. Of the guests, only one is a rcla live, Mrs. Melvin Gibbs, sister o Mrs. Friend. They began arriving several day:, ago, abgut the same lime Mrs Friend and R A. returned from a visit in Lufkin, and all plan to leave .Wednesday • • • Celebrates Birthday Emandel Swearengen celebrated her ninth birthday yesterday by having a party for 12 girl friends They went to RtCz Theater where they saw "Heavenly Body" before returning (o the home Of her parents, Mr. »nd Mrs. H. N Swearengen,, fthere Ice-cream and birlh- ilny cake were served. Bits of News Mostly,Personal Millavd Edds, apprentice neamim attending University of Arkansas'B School of Medicine, Little Rock, under the V-12 program, Is guest of hi.? parents, Mr. ant! Mrs. C. E. Edds. Mrs. L. A, Collircn returned yesterday* from Memphis, where she underwent a major operation at Methodist Hospital. Miss Jewell Lee and her niece, Carol Ann Holt, have returned from Houston, Texas, where Ihey spent two weeks as guests of Miss Lee's sister, Mrs. H. C. Walts, uml family. Mrs. James Elslaiider of Driver spent (lie weekend here as guest of her parents', Mr. nnd Mrs J W. Whltwniih. Mrs. Molllo Turnbow nnd Mrs,' Miillle Turnbow, wore called to Jesup, Art., Saturday because of the death of their uncle 'Lewis Robins. Lieutenant William Pierce has as guests, lib wife, and hLs mother, Mrs. pierce of Chicago. Mr, and Mrs. Taylor Turnbow and Miss'Crete'Moody visited the Leland Stewart family Sunday nt, Leachvllle. Capt. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard >tl Saturday night f or Detroit, vhere Captain Pollard Is nersomiel fflccr at the Romulus Air Base, fter having visited relatives. Mr:!. "ollnrcl-'wns here seven weeks nnd Japtaln Pollard Joined her a veek ago. They were accompanied ionic by Mrs. Pollard's nloee, Miss Betty Black, who will spend a week here. Condition of J. M. Fowler, who ins been critically ill 10 days, remained no better today. J. F,.'Ham if Ouranl, Miss., arrived yesterday nornlng to'be with his sister, Mrs. Fowler. Dr. and Mrs. E. J. I,lps- onib. Miss Georgia Hnm n'ud Miss Georgia Mac Hani of Memphis, pent yesterday nflcmoon here wllli heir mint, Mrs. Fowler. Tlic Fowl- TS' foster sot], Roy Dean, Mrs. Dean anil two children, Elaine and toy, of Gainesville,'Flu., have been icre eight days. Mr. Fowler is nt Blytheville Hospital. : Mr. :nml Mrs. Cody Eaton ami amily 'Irave ns their guests, Mrs. Eaton's sisters, Mrs. H. A. Vpr- million.of Cliana, N. M., and Mrs. >V. H. Moore of 'Detroit, -who will be here several ; weeks. Mrs. Frtmk Simmons' is 111 fll icr -1101110, J818 West Walnut. V.Mr^V.c^i.i'Rohlnsoiv nn'rt'. c{il|- dren, SusiipSiia ^HoEibli", returned" yesterday to tlietr .home in St. Louis after, several weeks visit with Mrs. Robinson's mother, Mrs, A. K Butt, nnri family. . : •Mr. ..and Mrs. Joe .Burnett have returned: from St." Louis where the v spent several days vacation. Miss Eleanor Matthews of Me Oehee, ..Ark., -is ' guest of Bill Morse .and his parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Byron Morse, for several days. Mr. Morse, student nt University of Arkansas' School of Medicine in Little Rock, ant] Miss Matthews are being entertained Informally and will, go to Memphis for n brief stay. ,.i Mrs. J..Nlck Thomas of Itapklns- vllle, Ky,, who with Mr. Thomas, s visiting Mr. ana Mrs. Hubert Potter, s|Knt yesterday In Memphis with their son, J. Nick Thomas-Jr., and family. Mr. and -Mrs. Arthur Rushing imd ns their guests for the weekend, Mr. Rushlng's brlther, S. K. Rushing, and Mrs. Rushing of Memphis, who returned home today. Herbert Swearengen Jr, will re- Liirn tomorrow to Fayetteville, where he attends the university, t.fter spending the weekend with his parents. He accompanied his sister, Miss Virginia Swearciigen, who returned home after a week there. Robert MedMls of Memphis is guest of his aunt, Mrs. Elvn Poc. Mr. and Mrs. W. S, Langdrm hnve ns tlielr guests, their great granddaughters, Alma Jane ami Johnnie Ann LnCoinpL of Washington, D. C., .who arrived this morning for six weeks stay. They Joined their cousin, Ann Bartholomew of Memphis, who come a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prultt anil daughter, Barbara Ann, and son, Leroy, were called to Trenton, Tenn., because of the illness of Mrs. Prultt's cousin, wlio dlsd. nicy returned following the funer- nl services yesterday. Mrs. Theodore' Lognn went to Memphis Saturday to Join Mrs. Howard Frlsby, formerly of Dlythc- vllle, and olhur friends for a 10 days vacation at Horseshoe- Lake. Mrs. R. M. Talnm returned today to her home In Kennelt, Mo., after having spent 10 days hero ns guost of 'her sister, Mi's. b. M. Burnett, and family. Ronilnl Johiison, grand son of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. M. Krutz, has recovered from n week's illness. Doris June Wiulley. who underwent a loiisllcctoiny today at Bly- Ihevllle 'Hospital, is resting very good. Miss Virginia Morgan will leave lomoi'row for Charleston, Mo., to visit relatives. Mrs. Bailey Tnrpley Jr., spent the weekend In Joncslraro as guests of Miss Nnnle Mne Craig. Mr. nncl Mrs. Fred Cochrnn and two sons, Freddy nnd Stephen, of Memphis, spent the weekend -here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sykes. Mrs. Mamie Hnlchar of Memphis tt'as here yesterday ns guest of the Earl Lowcry family. She came especially for the funeral of Mrs. R. L. Grililc, who died Friday In Atlanta, and was accompanied to Memphis by Mr. and Mrs, Lowery foV, burial service at. Memorial Park Cdriiotcry. •' Fire Chief A Visitor Paying the Vicnl fire department n visit tills 'morning was Deputy Fire Chief J. B. chanccy of Jacksonville. Fin., who. J s here for the graduation of his sou. n cadet at, the Blythcvlllc Army Air Field. There are about 3000 civilian airports in the United States. Men in Service A desire to meet the onemy at close quarters and in hand-to-hand combat was the reason that Corp. Hugh G. Parish, Blytheville, was transferred to the infantry at his own request. A former field artilleryman, the 20-year-old Infantryman Is now an jnt!-tank gunner at Camp Barkley, Texas, lie Is assigned to C Company of the COlh Armored In- rnniry Battalion of the 12th Ar- nored Division. He Is a son of Mr. IVoy C. Parish, Route 3. Blytheville, and lias been In the army the fl three years. Mrs. Nora Llghlfool of Half Moon lias received word from her son, Hugh Williams, who Is somewhere in England, that he had a pleasant trip across and had seen many things of Interest. John Humphrey Harmon has gone :o _ Camp Robinson where he lias begun Ills training foj- tlie Army. He was employed at the niythevllle Army Air Field before going into service. Elbcrt Tucker, technician fifth grade who has returned from 10 months overseas with the Field Artillery In [he European theater of operations, has arrived at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., prior to visiting his family here. Pfc. James W. Forrest, radio- nan, motor patrol, Is with the regiment of military police that has made Naples Into one of the most efficient, ports In the world through Is regulation of traffic In the city's maze of narrow alleys and congested streets, according to official press releases. He Is the-husband of Wilmn Forrest, nnd son of "Imrles VV. Forrest, 820 Clark. Bernard Albert Brnckln, seaman second class, who has been stationed nl Great Uikes, 111., has been transferred lo Fort pierce, Fla. At the Hospital* Walls Hospital Admitted- Ethel Norrid, Holland, Mo. Mrs. Joe Freeman, city. Dismissed— Mrs. Joe Hoffslctler, Holland, Mo. Mary Nell pierce, Sleele, Mo Albert Uennis, Armorel. Roy Neil Patterson, Cflriilhcrs- vllle, Mo. Blytheville Hospital Admitted- Mrs. J. W. Melton, Steele Mo' Mrs. Ellis Brooks,-city. Mrs. H. O. Brown, city. Mrs. George Cummlngs, city Garland Gillenwnler Jr., city Doris Waclley, city. Dismissed— Mrs. J. C. Webb, city, Mrs. H. c. Porter, city. Carolyn Bounds, city. Mrs. Ducle Harrcll, Osccoola. Memphis, IJ.ipUs! llospilal Admitted- Mrs. Clyde Hill, Luxoru. Mrs. p. w. Turremlne, Osce- AS I LOOK INTO YOUR BRIGHT AND 5HINy FACE5 I REALIZE THAT ITS TOO HOT IN HERE AND WE OUGHT TO GO GET A DR. PEPPER' Meetings The Girl Scout Lone Troop Association will meet tonight i o'clock, at'the, Little House. - Ten thousand milk bottles cemented into place were used to ' a novel bungalow in Tampa IRRITATIONS OF .i EXTERNAL CAUSE Aaie prat**,' ecwna, fMtory denn»- **"• DMU. .Tuuiuim naicy^) ucning, Durning sad wreriMJ of them miseries irith ample, home treatment, GoMtowoTkot once. Aid» he«lja«, worbi UK antiseptic way. UaoBiirekuid White Ointaeat only us directed Ifc, 25c, 60o «*». 25 y^ success MoBey-beclt guarantee. Vital in cleansing IB good »ab.''Enjoy " * WANTiD Experienced meat cutter lo manage market In Osceola, Ark. Salary and commission. Apply Mbacfcer, Otec«la, or ' Ark. WEDDING FLOWERS Our expert florists will handle decorations for weddings, parties nud other occasions. Call us for an estimate ^FLOWER SHOP Ph MI C Dcliver A Ph. m Mrs. J. M. (Mae) Williams, owner Glencoe Rldf. ALTERATIONS! Come to Hudson's for alterations of ail kinds. We have three expert seamstresses on duty at all times. HUDSON '/..,.,;. Cieaner— Tailor— Clothier ROVAL SERVICE PROGRAM. The Baptist Woman's Missionary Society met at the Church Tuesday afternoon for the Royal Service program led by Mrs. Lan Williams. Mrs. Williams displayed a poster depleting the theme ot the pro^ gram, "His Mighty Acts In Mid- America," with Introductory rc- narks on "Mid-America" the Panama Canal, being a very Important part of America today. Topics discussed were: "His Mighty Acts in Vlexieo", Mrs, Charlie Evans; "Scrv- ng Mexico from Across the Border," Mis. Charlie Corkran; "His Mighty Acts In Colombia", Mrs. S. J. Smith; "His Mighty Acts In Pan- ima", Mrs. C. B. Wood; and "The ^all of Central America", Mrs. Mary Tucker. Prayers were said by Mrs. 3mllh, Wood and Evans. Cllmax- ng the program was the devotional by Mrs. Byron O. Wilklns. A candle lighting scene to the accampan- nient of music, "Send the Light" closed the program. Mrs. Guy Henderson oi nlpley, Tenn., was a visitor. » » * M1XORA BOOK CLUB MEETS AT HOME OF AN OSCEOLA MEMBER. Mrs. George Doty, of Osceola, was Hostess to the members of the Lux- >rn Book Club al her home Tuesday light, nnd two guests, Mrs. C. E. Uoyd and Mrs. C. E. Grlgsby, of Osceola. Twelve members were pres- tnt, Mrs. Grant was the reviewer ind used "Blessed Are the Meek" by Zofla Kossak. Tlie retiring president, Mrs. Hll:on Stephenson, was presented a sandwich plate in Early American glass. The hostess served an Ice course. » .. • AFTERNOON BRIDGE CLUB MEETS. Mrs. C. B. Wood .was hostess Thursday at a l o'clock luncheon meeting of the Thursday bi-monthly bridge club. Mis, Thomas F. Hudson placed high score and Mrs. S. J. Smith, consolation, both receiving War Savings stamps. IiUXORA -ROTARY CLUB. Secretary Handle W. Nichols had charge of the Luxora Rolary Club Tniirstlny evening at the Home Economics.'building. Lloyd Godley, of Osceoln, made a short talk on being u Rotarian. An interesting feature TONIGHT Hear LLOYD GODLF.Y Farmer, Osccola BEN LANEY Speaking in behalf of BEN LANEY the man for GOVERNOR Radio Station KLCN 6:30 to 6:45 p.m. RADIO STATIONS KTHS KELD KBTM ' KCMC KFPW KOTN KFFA KWFC KUOA 8:15—8:30 p.m. T.ancy Campaign Commt«« Pailttoal Advertisement was* the performance of magic tricks and memory work by Lieutenant Fowler, of Blythevitle Air Base. Other visitors were Mrs. Fowler, wife of Lieutenant Fowler, Superintendent Dean Wlilteslde of Osceola schools, 0. B. Wood, Osccola Ho- tarian, and Roy Owens, of Luxorn WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON BRIDGE CLUB. Mrs. Charlie Thomas was hostess to her bridge club on Wednesday afternoon. A salad plate was served, prizes awarded to: high, Miss Margaret Mofntt, and low, Mrs. T. Lem Stanford, defense stamps. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Owen have as their guests their daughters, Mrs. Frances Burel, of Miami, .and Mrs. H. D, Green and daughter, Miss Marie Green ot Flint,, Mich. Visiting In the Owen home on Sunday were Mrs. Owen's sister, Mrs. Charlie Turner, Mr. Turner, Miss Louise Turner, and Mrs. Pershing Turner of Batesville, Ark. Mrs. William Tliwealt, of Chattanooga, Tenn., a former Luxaran, arrived Friday morning for several days visit with her sister, Mrs. Walter Denton, and Mr. Denton. Mrs. J. Ivan Mifllin and daughter, Dettye Sue, arrived home Friday from Smackover, Ark., after a visit of .six weeks with her sister, Mrs W. D. Terry, and family. oln. M. J. Koehler, Dell. . Memphis St Joseph'.? Hospifal Mrs. Addle Harris, Joiner. •'(Glenford Llnflsey, joiner. Mrs. Ora Lee Llndsey, Joiner. plSshment, began the study of shorthand and typing In her freshman year, took 120 words a minute In her second year, and 100 words In her third yenr. Her besi performance was for a flve-mlnutc test, with only 31 errors out of 50 allowed. She trans- scribed .the material hi 45 minutes, half of the time allowed In the Two Negroes Fined for Attack Saturday Night A free-for-all fight in an Ash street cafe Saturday night resulted In the serious injury ot oiie Negro and the arrest of two others who were charged with attacking the victim, Nathanial Mcblalr, 29, em- ploye of the Federal Compress. Columbus Riicker, wlio was charged with attacking Ihe other Negro with a knife, slashing him about the head, and inflicting a deep wound in his back which pierced the kidney, was fined $50 in Municipal Court this morning on charges of assault with a deadly weapon. His companion, Joe Lee Rucker, was fined $25 In court this morning for assault and battery. He allegedly attacked the compress employee with a chair. Both men were in the 'City jail 'today. The fight, occurred about 10:30 o'clock in Abraham's Cafe at 401 West Ash. The police were called soon after the fight began. Chicago High School Girl Shows Shorthand Speed CHICAGO (U.P.)—Jean Whyte, 17-year-old high school senior, scored more than 200 words a minute In a special shorthnnd test on dictation from tlie •Congressional Record. Miss Whyte, who will receive a diamond medal for the accom- Frisco Cars Derailed Near Memphis Saturday Passenger.'! on the north-bound Frisco train from Memphis to Blylhevtlle Saturday morning reported that two ears of the train were partially derailed about fivs miles from Memphis when the train struck an electric hand car oil' the track. It was understood that no one was Injured In the accident. Tlie Negro who was riding the hand car jumped to safety before the collision, passengers said. The train, which left 'Memphis at 7:25 n. in. and due In Blytheville at 8:15 a. m., was delayed nn hour by the accident. Frisco officials here declined to make a statement concerning tlie derailing. Coming Event* TUESDAY/: Mrs. N. J. •Humphrey, entertaining G. N. B. Club. • .•'.••';'• • LaNeuve Club meeting with Mrs.! Melvin Halsell. • • , : ' WEDNESDAY Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Otto Scrape. :.•.., Friendly Seven Club meeting with Mrs. Jlmmle'Terrell. FRIDAY Mrs. Ebb Reynolds entertaining Initial Club. . . . . : HOTCHU gum is liked by many; Spicy-sweet—costs but a penny. Now Available In Book Form — HOME, FROM DIEPPE A complete account of the experiences of Sergl. Everett Oglcsby, Manila, Ark., war hero, one of the first Americans to fight on tlie continent of Europe in this war. Serving with the gallant old Essex Scottish,. he w:is wounded at Dieppe, spent U months In a Nazi prison anil finally was repatriated. Pcrnianenily disabled from his wounds, he has return«d lo Arkansas after being honorably discharged from the Canadian Army. Every American will want lo read this absorbing slory of courage ami patriotism. they last — a limited number of special autographed copies, mailed anywhere postpaid. SEW) ORDERS TO SERGEANT OGLESBY % Courier News, Blylhcvillc, Ark. MEMBER OF SEIECT A LOT IN BEAUT[FUL| MEMORIAL PARK 5)DIMcfrjR9/{r|L 'i" 1 " 5 On Family Cemettry I, 0 ls| 'Hr"~V>q> HOIjT FUNERAL HOME | SERVING NATION-WIDE I'hone 571 for Detail] COOL CLEAN CLOTHES = COMFORT In summer . . . more than ever . . . your clothes need the regular and expert service we are known for. Keep your clothes pure, clean and well-groomed by bringing them in often. You'll like the prompt service, too. Nl-WA PHONE 474 if you suffer MONTHLY-\ FEMALE PAIN You who suffer sucJi pain with lircci, nervous Irritable blue feelliiBE—<lue to functional monthly disturbances — should try Lydli E. rliiklmm'u VeE«tM>le Compound lo relieve such syinptomi. Here's n product that name. It Is olso o fine eto- WORRY, WORRY, WORRY /^HEADACHE! U« bad emmgb to worry --without ^ufferinff 'from head! «che, too. T»ke Capudlne'to relieve the pain • and. tooUn nerva uj»et bj- tb« t»Io. do- / udin. la H^id — n<> w.ttinW' for -it to diaaolve, btton or I af(« lakl recto). He, > oalj M 41. UV*. t'Jc. Dine In The Beautiful SPANISH COFFEE SHOP Hotel Noble PtATB rno LUNCHEON OOC Delicious, Home Cooked Meals. CAPUDINE 'IVIE SPENCER BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. Qualified to Sen-e You- as Prosecuting Attorney. * Graduated Valparaiso University and Cumberland University Law/School. Taught in High Schools of Jacksonville ami Fayetteville, Arkansas. Practiced law at Jonesboro since 1919, Served as Deputy Prosecuting Attorney under Zal B. •Harrison., S. L. Gladish and the late Cecil Shane. * Served in the Arkansas General Assembly from Craighead County in 1941. Has always been active in Civic programs. A working member of the Baptist Church for thirty years. Do you want a fair and honest administration of the criminal laws? Vote for Spencer. The Paragould Solophone under dale of May 28, 1944, had this to say regarding the candidacy of Ivie Speucer: "We know that Ivie Spencer will be the Prosecuting Attorney and that he will not be controlled by any political or other factions; that he is obligated to no ring or set of politicians. Mississippi County friends of Ivie Spencer. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP IM s. nnt Phone 2532 Bring Ut Your Beauty Problems Bj The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Gilts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Greeting Cards Novelties A Gift For Everybody bfnun Bldf. Phone 2251 , MOSS BRYAN rii/ Conthraons Show* Eyery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN JO KI.CN I:N »JV 12:45 p.m. i: pm Last Time Today Heavenly Body with Willum rou-ell :uul lledy Lamuri- Paramount News ami Selected Shorts Tuesday Only RONALD COLMAN CLAUDITTE COLBERT ROSALIND RUSSELL ^ VICTOR McLAGLEN Malfoeea Sat. & Sen. Only Opens each night fi:45; starts 1 Opeoi Sunday 1:00; SUrU 1:15 Ctnttnnous Shows Sat. and Sao. Oarfata Nlfht Every Nifht Eict^i Saturday. N» tMW* honortd on Banlay at ; the Bn;. Last Time Toil ay 'Man Who Came to Dinner' with Monty H'oolcy and Bclff I>a\is Fox News and Selected Short Tuesday & Wednesday 'Never Give a Sucker An Even Break' with W. C. Fields anil Gloria Joan Selected Short Subjects

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