The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 5, 1946 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 5, 1946
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BLYtHgVTLLft (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Senorita Found Miss Shjbley Engaged To Mounds, 111., Man Mr ans^Mrs A G Shtbley, 319 East Kvt'ucky, announce the en- gagcn*nt and appi caching mai- rlaee of ihelr daughter, Miss Evelyn Snlbley, to John Moses of Mounds, ^11.,'son of Mr. and Mrs. George Moses of Mounds The^ wedding will be solemnized in Late Summer. Th c ~ brJrie-elcci nit ended Whtl- worth-CplJege at Brookhavcn. Miss., nnd later was connected with her Mary Glenna Rowland To Wed Texas Minister Heralding an August wedding o( Interest in ISlytheville nnd other iectioii"! of Arkansas is announcement • of the engagement of Miss Mnry Glenna Rov.'laud, daughter of Mr. niul Mrs. Claude R. Rowland or Blythevlllc Army Air Fisltl. to •the Rev. J. II. Melton, pastor ol Texas. Temple clmrcli cf Austin. The nodding will lie solemnized August 22 hi iilylhevillc. I'lnns will fnthcr^s Wholesale'..Company here. 'be,announced later. "' '-•• ' vas discharged In December from the Marine'corps af-, ter 34^ uionths service.-In the Second Marine Division, he participated in three ma-jor bailies nt Snlpnn, Tarawa and. Okinawa, and was twice Inoundeti. " ;' ' Has :Swimming Party Hamona CrDlton, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Uosco- Crafton. was 15 years old Wednesday and in ob- tcr.-anqo of the occasion, six frlonds weio ! entertained Unit, aftemnon with "a.- swimming party at lhi !1 Municipal pool. . They rc.urned, to Ihe Crafton I'ome, 1145 West Hearn, wheic Ra- mcna jv^-her, mother served ro: .'eshtriciits; - •"•'••. '. Banquet Will Honor 0. B! S. Grand Matron Miss Ro'.vlaixl was Kradintcd till Spring from Central College at Com;ay, with a major In business ad: innny, with a maj ministration. Ther e she became i> member of Alpha Omega, social sorority, nnd Delta Ka])|)a Sovpr- Ify. She also \vas a member of the Central college Vocal sextet ami president or the I3nptlsl Student Union. bride-elect was graduated li'Cm High School In. Warren, Ark.. wlis-re the HowhnU family made their home before moving to Bly- tbccjlle seine time ago. : Tile Rev. Mr. Melton attended Baylor University nt W«co. Tcxns, and naptfsl Theological seminary at Fort Worth, where he will soon receive his doctor of philosophy degree. Mrs. Bollon Honored Mrs. J. C. I'rivett, 1-ilG West Ash entertained Wednesday ' iil-jlit with a • Mrs,. Therese Scott of Port Smith. TiT.ndi-matron of Arkansas Order cf the-Eastern filar, -will be•• guest, of lioflor tonight when six chapters arc .'oasis .with a banquet at Hotel. Noble; ThechaPters are from Blylhcvilie. Wllsoh Csceola Manila, leichvillc and tJi. J A Ashlan Chapter of Swim Party Honors Huffman, [„. / To toning ti-e banquet T meeting'IVleiTtnhlS HoiISegUCSt VM11 §1 held at Ihe hall with nil local ^members urged to attend. Bits of News Mostly, Personal Smnrl, nnd Mrs. Sniiirt. rctinnlnt! home, they complimenting Mrs. Raymond IJolton, who left Inter Hint night to spend a vacation in Hastings, Nebr. Quests Included Mrs. notion's sister. Mrs. Dernlcc While uf Memphis. Mrs. and Mrs. II. G. Mellaffoy have as their guests his .slater, Mrs. llufe Suitor, and Mr. Suitor, of nienzl, Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. oy Snllor, of I.os Angeles. Calif. .Mrs. w. F. Norrcll. of Monti- cc-llo, (Will arrive tonight U) be the ' of Mrs. C. W. Alford, 100 Ash, nnd lo attend the Order ic Eastern Star banquet and UK. She Is the wife of United Sl*les senator Norrcll. •Mr. and Mrs, C. Murray Smart and son. Murray, 104'! West Wiil- imt, left Wednesday morning for Hlchmond, Va., where lliey will be guests of his brother, Dr. Uoboil 11 if fore . -. KO to Chlcnuo, where Mr. Smart will attend lo business matters, will return in two weeks. Mrs. linyinoiiil t'oHmi left Wednesday night for Hastings, Nebr., where shn ,wlll be the miest of friends. Mi. and Mrs. C. A. Cininlnu- hain, 1)05 Wesl Henrn, nre spending a vacation in Trenton, Tenn Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. White and eon, John, 1011] West Ash. have been In Payettevlllc, where they were guests of Iheir son nnd brother. Dick While, a student ,ii University of Arkansas. Master Sergeant nnd Mrs, .John O. Kccfc and nephew, Tommy Judge, of Methucn. Mass., are spending the week with her par- Mo. Speeifil guests for both occasio:.s will include Mis ^nances Bo-an of IjUxot5 past gland matron Mrs. KntherJne Green of Maiiiln, district •'deputy; Mrs. 1 Ftmiilc Clitfori) Socinl affairs of the week inclnd- At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. w. 1). Williams, city. Mrs. Odlr, Cole, city, Mrs. Cliiy Matthews, city. J. II. Story, city, Mr.i. J, 13. Rnmey, city. Mrs. Homer Temjilelon, Steele Mo. Mrs, J. C. warren, Manila. Elmer J. linlley, Rt. 1, city. Russell House, Hornersvlllc, Cluud Mayflcld, Osceola. Mrs. W. T. IJaujjhei 1 . liorncrs- vllle, Mo. Mrs. Raymond Oliver, Rt. 2, city. Mnrthn Brov/n, cily. Dismissed: Inra Hcnson, Hermondalc, Mo. James Alley, city. Mrs. Jack Atkinson and baby, Rl. 1, city. Mrs. Edwin Jackson, Manila. Mrs. Ed Craig, HI. 3, cily. Mrs. Vrii'iinl Heal, city. JJIIIIe .Jean Holmes, city. . Itlyllicvllta Hospital Admitted: Mrs. W. L. Stiles, city. Mrs. G. T. Ruwcn, city. T. G. Poe, eily. •Roy Ford. 'city. Krlc Davis. Lnxnra. Frrrt Wesley, Armorel. Eddie Wallace Shlnn, Onceola. Di. 1 missed : WilUo i>een, Hoi-ner.sviUc, Mo. Mrs. C. M. Hughes, Manila. Mrs. lienc George. city. Mijilenei- Ouimiiliu's. Iliiyli, Mo. Mi'mpllis Mclhiullst llns| Admitted: .On College Honor Roll Frances E, Glpson and Jnck E. Robertson earned places on the Collego, of Business Adirinislnition honor roll for the Spring semester at University, of Arkansas, Payctte- vllle. They were two of H2 persons on the honor roll. Packing Company to Hold to Price Ceilings Salesman for Wilson & Company operating in (lie Blylhcvillc territory and adjacent counties have been notified that the company will not Increase the wholesale price for meat delivered from supplies in the company's pitching plants when liie price ceilings expired last Sun- ilay. The district representative In L'lytlieville lodny suit! that the company's slocks are low, because of inability to buy livestock for enls, lace, Mr. and Mrs. Arch nud family. Sergeant Keele recently returned from overseas and following Ills release from active duty, re-enlisted. He now is stationed at denier Field, N. H. Mrs. Koefc will be employed in Man- Chester, N. H., following her cd n swimming party comiSlnieiulug cent yradnnlton from Lawrence Shirley Reeves, of Memphis, j;lven Academy of Hatrdresscr.s in Law- by her hostesses, Ann autl Kay Ilindiuati, daughters of Mr. and Mrs, C. A. Hludmnn. 10U2 llcarn. rence, Mass. Miss Belly Wnodson left this morning for Hardy, where she will » week of the Freer of Paragou'd district deput\ of the The children swam in Ih2 Hlnd-:be the . ;i o o e ICth d^trirt MI and Mis Mcrr!-] man pool and later were served ic- Child family. Miss Wootlson Is the -_r ,o freshiuents of Iced drinks with daughter or Mr. and Mrs. H. D. man ^iof Paragould, worthy ginn patron and grand elector respcc- c.ivel£ Mrs W r- Nouell ot Mon- licfllo, granrt' conductress; Mrs Maude Corbert, grand representative Sf New York City *• • • . Cluqr Is Entei tamed By Mrs. Rutherford Mrs: Fred V. Rutherford was hos- le" ^Wednc'jday afteinoon at he: 1 horned 1410.East,Main, with ths Ins!, weekly ; party ; of the .Town and Coimtr) BiidKe Club bctoic it, is disbin led for the Summci Gupsts includ a Mrs Gcoigc D. Pollock Jr., nnd ; Mrs. ,G. E. Keck. Tht' Ruthtrrdrd home was at- tracliveh ^cconted with lilies", snaptfragpiis and;other flowers. In ^afternoon brige games, high prize went \o Mrs J C Ellis a.d second to Wrs Pollock Reffeshmcuts u-ie -scivcd f ' ' * Mrs." Wren Hostess To Her Club. Guests EOC .'"MSB WREN HOSTESS—14 .. Mrs", arover Wren wsis hostess Wednesday ailght to members ot the Friendly Rook club and oilier eras Is, Guejts were Mrs.JI. C. Blanhen- Ehip jr Mrs r O Hucj and Miss •Teannine Scherer. :ln 7of ternoon .rook gumcs, high prize .went to Miss Scli^rcr. second to Mi-e. R, A. Copeland nnd roo^t to Mrs. J .O.. Huey Pefresnr"enl<i of cal e and i:i cream were served. « » • * Haw Coining Paity For Executive Boaid Ampng the vyeek's social affairs was ft parly .Mon'day morning given by Mrs. C. M. Gray and Mrs. Harvey J. Kldd for mcmbsrs of the Executive Board of the Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church. •;... Trig 10 members were entertained at the Gray home, 1023 West : Main- Mrs. Kid'l spoke briefly' of the ;-" Summer camp at Fernciift, near '-'• Little. Rock, where she was A conn- 5;.. cilor.rand Mrs. Gray gave a re•;•/, ixirt^f the recent synodical train- \j ing school at Balesville. Mrs. Mo. Mrs. John Allen, Caruthersville, Hanks, city. cookies. They were given favors of "bubble" gum. The Hlmimans also have a > their guest; Steve Schumacher of Memphis, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Schumacher, who returned vvttli the Hindman family after they were the : ;ucsts of Ills parents In Memphis. Mrs. Ilindman Is n sister of Schumacher. Mrs. Lions to Select Queen of Cotton !n Philadelphia MEMPHIS, July 5. (UP)—Cotton's 1B40 queen will be selected at Philadelphia July 1C at the convention of the Lion's International U I*. Walker, chairman of the Lion's Colton Stales Jubilee Commttlec, said loday. The judging panel will be headed by Vyvlnn Donner, New York 20lh Century Fox fashion'editor, Walkci said. • Contestants will be limited to the cotton producing slates. Woodson. 1615 chickasawba. Mr. and Mr.". Ernest Hon have moved into the J. C. Uiiclinnon home, ftt 1717 -West Chlckiunwun. The Biicliniiiins now live in Osceola. With Mr. and Mrs. Hoc, who cnme here from Memphis but had formerly made their home in Bly- Ihevillc. are their two daughters. Hiss Miiry Sue Doe. and Mrs. John 3. Clouse. Mrs. clouse will bo with lier parents until living arranpo- meiitJi iii-e mncl; for her lo join Mi'- Dlouse In Cambridge, Mass., where lie Is intcrninB. Mr. Roe is connc."c- cd_with Hly.tricviHe Hoyliean Oorpor- itibn here. Mrs. W. B. Williams is undergoing treatment at Walls llospi- t»l. Her condition Is believed satisfactory. Rend Courier News Want Aa». Bilbo Opponent To Ask Senate Investigation JACKSON, Miss.. July 5. (UP) — Defeated Mississippi senatorial candidate Nelson' Lcvlngs today called on Hie U. S. Senate, "as a last resort," In unseat Sen. Theodore llilno, D., Miss. Tlie former naval commander. who ran fourth In .the five-man Mississippi Democratic primary, lust iijhl charged Ullbo wllh "slealing" lie 'election. He said he would make a personal effort to disqualify Dll- « under the Corrupt Practices Act ccause of the lies he told In his ampatsn." . Liavlniss Jinld he would also, de- nand a recount of the votes. Judge IcrbiTt Holmes, chairman of the ilate Democratic Executive Coin- Scad Courier News Witnt Ad? I- Refrigerator Service Fred Lawlcr ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. .1 W. Aiimus Mgr. Phone 2071 ' 200-08 W. Main II TASTIER, i DESSERTS fee Cream, Sherbets "•••- 'Custard? 10 for We Pao':cd by &m ,Tcnii« GROCERY MARKET Successor (o Speck & Sons Phone 2597 211 South First Street Saturday and Monday Specials G. N. BEANS-Ib. 15c I B. E. PEAS - - Ib. 18c .-AS j-^.^crTcs fti.ii'E.TaveuO. em- ]>lnyeK of the Mexican Government, who disappeared In Houston, Texas, Saturday, .Time 22, hns Ijccn found In a San Antonio hotel. Miss Machlavr-llo lokl pnllcu she brciunc sci):nated from lu-r party In Houston and caught u lilts 'in Kan Antonio lo visit with OiKls. INEA Telvpliulo.) mltlee, said no sucli demand huci yet. been inntle. Mc!tn\vhlle. yuoromc Court Clerk Tom Q. Ellis, who van second iV I}lllK> In the primary, aclmitlsd today Dial tlin possibility of a runoff ballot appeared scant, with results from only 18 prccint-ts lack- Hut, lillb.i held a -».OG'l vote majority over his lour opponents—enough for u first piiinary- vk.-tory. SALEM. Oio. (UP)—Police hsrc thouglit the West was (toing wild and woolly until they learned that six horses reported as stolon were hund-cai'vcd wooden stJilnes ta^cn from a locker at the Oregon State Hospital. DON'T TOSS iU NlOft WHtt HEAT RASfl STWGS YOOI SKM When days sizzlo nnd tiijjlitsscorch, m»lt- IIIB your oltiii elinc nnd l.nri, with heat nish. uprinklo on Alcssium. This nnMli- ralpil ]H»v<lor sootlit'3 nnd c<n»la >ucU irri- tiiHoriH, nndycu enjoyii'stfnl.iH)uifortinn (ilcT|>. Aluxsana nlso ciiscu ildi and stin« of biiky'tidinpcrrusli. Demand Moisaiw" several weeks, and added thai very little meat \s being shipped Into :hls area by wilnon & Company. Men In Service 'fc. Eddie Walker, who made his home here beiore entering Ihe Army, is now serving with the First Cavalry Division In (ho present occupation of the Nippon Capitol. Overseas 12 months, lie is n rifleman. Private Walker Is entitled lo wear Ihe Aslalic-Paciflc Theater ribbon, Oood .Conduct Mcdnl and Victory Medal. S (.D BY Ml I We Hove Them! . . . Bathinette's "Bobce Buoy" Bathers FRRE Gift WrappinR TOT SHOP • 'ion Phone 2308 South Second iSK'INTSUCCESSiOINTMENT Coming to the Ritz Theatre Blytheville, Ark. 4- Days -4 Tucs.-Wed.-Thurs.-Fri., July 9-10-11-12 SARATOGA TRUNK G«ry CiMipcr itntl Intjrid LARD CANS - - 45c | Good Brooms 89c Ocliisfdu, (.old Dust JCc I.ijfhl House. Can V Chive Cheese---20c \ LIME- 10 tb. bog 23c P'Nut EuHer - pt. 29c \ S'shinc Cr'kcrs Ib 17c All Popular I!r;imls '/i Poll ml 27 Vt Pound 53 LEMONS - - doz. 36c P'olive Soap -reg. 7c LETTUCE - - ea. 12c Tomatoes - Ib. 17.Vic J'sons Wax - Ib. 57c Jar Cops - - doz. 23c White P'tocs 5 Ib 28c Red P'tocs- 10 Ib 39c STEAKS, ROAST, STEW, Ground Meat, Hamburger Veal Chops, Steaks I FRYERS and HENS Beef Liver - - Ib. 29c J Stew Meat - - Ib. 29c Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One ojill to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. SHOP Mr*. J. M. (MM) WIDU«, .wMr GteneM BVU. New Royal Typewriters Standards and Portables Will Begin Arriving July 76 Place your order with us npw. Deliveries will be made in the order in which customers' names arc received. Our Service Department Will Be Opened Monday Mr. Orville "Steve" Stevens of Little Rock will bo in charge J'rompl Repairing and Cleaning Service on all office machines — Typewriters, Adding Machines, Cash Registers, Calculators, Computing' Scales, Klc. SAMUEL F. NORRIS PRINTING CO. Special Representative Royal Typewriter Company 122 North Second St. Formerly Acton's Another "From Me To You Letter" from Harry Fritzius. " W O L F!" "W O L F!" TtmiiRinbcr the lltllc boy wlio was disappointed because when the fire alarm sounded there wasn't any fire? Don't look now, but those two "big" men over there are frantically Balhi'rihg percentages wherever they can find them, trying to prove there Is a bin lire, after having set off a FA I SB nlnrm! UEMEMHER WITHIN THE NEXT PEW DAYS. ONE OR TWO ROBINS DOESN'T MAKE A SUMMER AND NEITHER DO ONE OH TWO "KIKE" MERCHANTS HERE AND THERE (WHETHER THEY DE GROCERYMEN OR DRY-GOODS MERCHANTS) WHO MIGHT SPIRAL THE PRICE OF A CRITICAL ITEM—NEITHER DOES THIS FROTH MEAN THAT THE GREAT BULK OF YOUH RETAIL MERCHANTS ARE GOING TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPA-LESS PERIOD AT YOUR EXPENSE! THE EXCEPTION ONLY PROVES THE RULE. I have an idea someone's face is red. Someone like Mr. Tru- ninn and Mr. Bowles. Reasons? Here they are: OPA restrictions, all or 'em, have been off for five whole days now nnd contrary to these gentlemen's dire prcdicliiins, the retail incTdiatil.s of America with few exceptions HAVE NOT brought, terrible and tnilck calamity upon America by inflating retail prices al the 1 first opportunity given them. or all classes In America, the retail merchant has more reason for cijmplaint and less reason lo feel any loyally to the OPA Ihtiii any oilier group. Here are a few reasons for this apparently ilngmnllc assertion. In almost every case where the manufacturer, (forced to pay higher and ever higher wages, demanded and obtained permission to raise his prices), these price raises were not passed on to the consumer. No! OPA tried to put n square pcs in a vouud hole by allowing one group higher wages, another higher prices for his product and still keeping relail prices as they hiul been. Who paid? Someone had lo. The retail merchant, of course. He had already been tied hand and foot by belli? compelled lo never exceed his average percentage of markup re- ifardless or scarcity of merchandise and HIS increased cost of operation. All chance of "merchandising," getting a little more for one item in order to make up for a loss on another hail been eliminated. If he made a "smart" buy, he couldn't sell his purchase at what it was actually worth and make a little extra in-olH to help nay rising expenses. He was compelled by the OPA lo add his regular percentage of markup to the item which lie had been fortunate enough to purchase under the market price, thus has saving was passed on to the consumer and he was'not. allowed to participate at all in his good "buy." Already "smarting" under such rules and regulations as these the OPA now began to pre-tlcket an ever increasing number of items. The merchant's problems, his necessary and fair margin of profit, his own personal needs, were never consulted. Then came order's on item after item such as sheets, blankets, oilcloth and man-.-, many others, instructing the poor harrassed merchant to charge a certain percentage of markup always far under his regular price In eflect this was simply doing one thing, cutting the merchant's legitimate percentage of profit to absorb a price Increase allowed the manufacturer and the wholesaler. One of the retail merchant's greatest burdens, (especially the small merchant) was the voluminous correspondence which he received from the OPA. It is actually true that to have given all the • OPA orders, counter-orders, regulations, amended regulations, rc- porUs and forms the attention necessary to understand and carry out the instructions contained therein would have taken one man working full time and many times over time, and then I doubt seriously if it could all have properly been taken care or. Perhaps the knowledge of the foregoing facts had led Mr. Truman and Mr. Bowles to believe thai at the first opportunity, like a wild animal which had been caged, starved mid mistreated, the retail merchants of America would go "hog-wild" and have their sweet revenge. As I said before, someone's face must be red. The retail merchants of America have proven that Ihey can lake it and still remain a staunch group ot sensible patriotic American busi- 'ness men. Beini; a merchant, this may seem egotistic, but I firmly believe that the people of America have reason lo be proud of their retail merchants as a whole and lhal they should 'res-it the aspersions cast in their direction by our leaders. FRITZIUS "Always Something New" SATURDAY SPECIALS We have set Saturday aside as the last big FIELDCREST DAY. All this week we have been selling FIELDCREST Blankets, Sheets Towels, Bedspreads. Lace Panels, etc., al prices actually below normal for Ibis class merchandise. Yes, you will still find a goodly assortment of FIELDCREST BLANKETS. BOTH SOLID WHITE AND BEAUTIFULLY COLORED. FIELDCREST TOWELS OF ALL SIZES FIELDCREST FAMOUS "TEST-FAST" BEDSPREADS, FIELDCREST TOWELING BY THE YARD and FIELDCREST DAINTY CURTAIN PANELS. YES, YOU WILL STILL FIND A GOODLY ASSORTMENT OF: FIELDCREST BLANKETS. (ALL COTTON PART WOOL DOUBLE AND SINGLE), FIELDCREST TOWELS, (ALL SIZES' BOTH SOLID COLORS AND WHITE), FIELDCREST FAMOUS "TEST-FAST" BEDSPREADS FOR SINGLE OR DOUBLE BEDS FIELDCREST DAINTY CURTAIN PANELS. (PRICES U^. CHANGED) . The real purpose though of this ad is to invite you to be sensible nncl to select this clay lo "BROWSE" at FRITZIUS.-There nre simply too many flue values at absolutely unchanged prices for yon to wait until your share has been purchased by somcanc else or until prices have risen. MAKE A LIST OF ALL YOUR HOUSEHOLD NEEDS AND SHOP WIVH FRITZIUS SATURDAY YOU'LL REALLY ENJOY IT. By the way, we have just received two Summer Items worthy of mention: Ladies WHITE Rayon Briefs. These are exlra nice panties—large, loose leg. all elastic waist, good quality white rayon, reg. price $1.25. Saturday $1.00. 2. Men's thin white "T" Shirts. These are genuine Navy "T" Shirts, long enough to stay put. This is another regular $1.25 item which will be $1.00 Saturday. Don'l forget our simple Blanket Lay-Away Plan. 50c holds any blanket you pay only 60c each 2 weeks thereafter. FRITZIUS "Always Something New" 2017 W. Main phone 3457 FRIDAY, JULY'S; 1946 Car Thcils Made Kusv i CLEVELAND, O. <UI>)-Adm 0 ]i-'. shlng ;i carele.Vi public, Detective, Sergeant John Krrps reported that' >3 I>CT cent of Hie 2.000 aiitoino-i )lles stolen In Cleveland last yeur' were taken because owners Iclt trfc ':eys in Ihe it-union. FREE to STOMACH SUFFERERS ini"s'oii V uei ;IE il >'»» ron'l <»BCSI four food, and ore upset .liter callne. iSt -is 'or FREE li'liil package of lanious Or. Ware's fowtlcr Tab- "lioTIIHOCK DRUG CO, Join the Refrigerator Service Club (Two Service Calls a Year $1( Repairs to Electric Appliances Fully Guaranteed BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. (Wliere Courtesy Is Not a Memory) 138 E. Main St. Plinne 3C,IO Continuous Shows Eveiy Day 1 Box Office Opens 1:4I ; Show Starts 2:0ft ] IJSTF.N TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Well Groomed Bride with Ray MillamT and Olivia cle Paramount News Vt Selected Shorts Saturday Game of Death with John I.oilcr nntl Anrirny Long Serial "Forest Hanjfers" No. 7 ;md Short Cont'cl Shows Sat. 12:30 lo 11:30 Sunday anil Monday BILL'S GOT" SOMETHING IN HIS EYE..;- / 'arui^iiunt. Niews ;tiirt Selected Short Cniit'il Shows Sun. 1:15-11:00 Malinccs Sat. * San. Only Itox Office Opens fi:4n Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Nighl Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at Ihe Koxy. Last Time Today Th^ty Seconds Over Tokyo with Spencer Tracy ,t Van Johnson Selected Short Sulijcot Saturday Enemy of Law with fJavc O'Brien Serial "Who's Guiltv" No. !) ft Short Cont'ri Sbovvs Sat" 12:30 lo 11:10 Sunday and Monday Lost in a Harem with Ablntt anil Costclfo For News & Selected Short Snbfcr.l Continuous Showing Smi. 1:15 to 11

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