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f PAGE TWO BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 26, 194G lub Has ."Tacky" Party |ast Night -At-The Hut In a siting'of clishinfc''colors ||d "taCKy" arrangements, Blytlie. file's jounger married" group-and 'her guests danced In their "lnc'ky'< fstumes last nlehf'sit 'rhe Hut Jieii tile 20th 1 Century "Club 1 'had .'"tacky" party.; '"• - • '•' iHosts and hostesses for the hil- Hous 'affair' were. Mr., nnd Mrs. elvin Hnlsellr Mr. and Mrs. Blan Hentli; •-.'Mr! and MVS. LJ'nn HgKcs, Mr. and Mrs.'Gilbert Huih- pck and Dr. nnd Mrs.. Newell G. iromei j f ie 'refreshment table wns 'cov- • with a red and white clotfi strips of lurqtiolso'crcne paper i tll'e '"sides. Red candles burned i turquoise - holders. 'The smaller rvlng table $lso was draped wjlh red arid white cloth, centered with bqirt of cosmos. : '""' Trie mantle.-'doorways and wln- bws were decorated with . strips lUltr-cdlored crepe paper. Prize for the tackiest costumes ;nf to Dr.' ana 'Mrs: Quinton Jc- mieof west Memphis, and the Jit: rbug prize' went to Chcslcft'h ttricr of Norfolk.'Com).,'and'Mi's. Illlafn H. Pease. " ' '" '. " L. "G.'Thompson, a guest, wns escnted a two-inch birthday crt^e ith a candle in observance "of birthday. Quests included Dr.' and Mrs. Jc- mie' Miss' Ethel Goodlier, Mr. ioinpson,' Miss Bunny Bishop mid a'rrics Crook, Mr', and Mrs. James erry, 'Miss •'Mary Reichel and E. .-Terry "Jr., Miss F,ugenla Craw>'rd and J. T.'Sudburyi Todd H ar- son,'Mjss Frances Little nnd Earl one, Miss Frances McHancy : \ ml ll'Byrd, 'Mfss 'Patricia ..Wise ind are'iice'. Webb, Roy Halsell and r. a'lttn'cr. '.; . ".' ..." •••.,_. • • * irs. Charley .Deen Wed 'b Edward M.".Johnson-- In "•«' double-ring ceremony Sal- rday night, at Eureka. Mo., Mrs. larley Deen,' daughter, of Mrs lyde Armantrout, 'became the bride Edward" M; Johnson of 'Blyiho- !'?•,.'., ., .- • The weddihg wa^ solemnized Ir e.study of the Rev. H- A. Lcwald ethodtit .pastor, '.' who. officiated.. Mrs. J G: H. J Grear of Dlythevill.e. Johnson's aunt, was live bride's atrbn of hor.u' ai> rt S. \V. Tlpton if .Eureka 'served his brother-ln- iw n as Kest 'man. . The" bride .'wore Ffi/'s Good Citizenship Demonstrations Arouse Keen Interest Among Teen Age Groups Bits Of Nevvs houseguests. Mrs. J. R, Caraway,and daughter, plane, of Washlmj- ton; D. c,, ^pcm yesterday In" Por- tagovllle,-Mo. , ;', - ' Capt. and'Mrs, ArUcn'B. Crowd- ef and son, Ardcn Jr.. arc guests here of Miss Irene Crowder, su> North Fifth. They came here from I Fort McClellan, Ala., where Cap-1 tain Crowder has -be«n stationed I .Mrs. Ailliur James of Tell City,'He Is awaiting an overseas assian- Ind., arrived yesterday to, be the mbnt. •' • gin's!/ of her slsler,' Mrs," A: S. ; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hlckman nnd Infant son have returned home after being with her relatives and spending a vacation In Hot Springs, scarcy and other paiius In Arkansas. Carl oanskc and Jim Oales will spend the weekend In St. Louis, where they arc going for the Red Sox vs Browns baseball game. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips nnd 5011. Russell Jr.. 1000 West Chlcka- sawba. have gone to Baltic crock, Mich. En route, they will stop In Indianapolis, Ind., and Detroit, Mich. They plan lo return home in two weeks. soft green ^ise.nberg dress ,with brown acccs- les. Pinried at her-shoulder- was 'cbVsage of ..Talisman roses. ' Mrs._Grehr in a- wlVltc'shcer. dress Wth whit e 'accessor!BE, wore a cor- ge of red 'roses. • ' •• '• ^ Mr. and Mrs. Johnson returned icxe'Monday/'where they will for .lie present make-- their home' at Hit 'South'Broadway. - Both'the'bride nnd bridegroom were. graduated -from Blythcville iigh'School.-He Is-'a .veteran "ft! Ily NKA Service NF.W YORK. July 26. The POl Is playing before capacity "S tiies c dnys. Its program is good citizenship, its audience, teenage boys and Girls throughout the United Stntei. To see the show, all young' America has to do is sign this pledge of good citizenship: "I pledge my support to law enforcement. I promise to obey the law myself and to cooperate wUh the local police and the Federal li;neaii..rtf Investigation. 1 "As an American, I rccogul/.c IHhl my freedom depends on the imparuul administration of Jusilco. Therefore,'I regard all'law enforcement officers as iny friends ami allies in die' cause of liberty and good government." ' Tlie piogrhm is the joint endeavor of-the FBI nnti Equitable Life Assurance Society of United States to combat juvenile delinquency by impressing' upon youngsters their responsibilities as junior citizens. Equitable fools the hill lls a public service. Tlip FBI provides the pro- yram; • In the dozen or more cities where ihc program already ii.vi Lccn held, bnys and girls turned out in force. Several more programs will belieUl (luring (lie sum- for a'c't'n'ftl tickets- ''to' tmvslipw.' li la. the hope of program sponsors that by norking through city police they "can bring better under standing of law cnfoi'ceme'nt and Us problems, and ccmviue lec-n-fii,'- e'rs lliat the cop on the corner Is a ; friend who 'deserves their snp- iort and cooperation. our : years service in- the ArmJ'."ot Rjiieh two years were in the European Theater: • • • •••-••' -; • ^ Mrs. - Johnson Ls-c'o>owner of the rjharle.v-'Hprtcnse Beauty Sho|) here arid 1 Mr. Johnson .is 'owiicr of the ohhson Block and Concrete' work*, .ow .-being r constructed' ' 'On 'Hisjh- way 6l.-,South. ••-- • - ..... '"" ilrs. Hu6y;Ho5tess. !;p;'F:.-'R.-G.'Mfernbers -Mrs. -J. '(j. Huey entertained members of' the Friendly Rook Club yesterday ^afternoon at her home on! -Higgwiiy'':^. •••• • - • •: Other ' guests ' were'' Miss 'Lois fields -antf Mrs. Herman May. ; Ih.'-attefntejfi' rCOT;" games,' lilg.'i' core prize went to Mrs. H. C. ; B!an- :ei1slilp.:Jr..'Sc'cBn» to MrsTGrover Wren'Wld ''rooko to Mrsf peter • - * The,, - Ji ostess plate. • • - mer months -in -Birnilnghnm, Ala.; Portland, Me.; Louisville, Ky., am St.- Louis. By full, 'a new schcrtulc will be started Hint will cover some 200 cities during the coining' school year. " ' • ~- M d ess'ert. served " fc • ••>"• -/ |unco Club Guests E»f Mrs. Bill Turner. ' Mrs. Bill Turner was'hostess yesterday afternoon to members of'Al- pha Beta Bunco Club with <i bunco party, at her homp. on Lilly street. •-'Mrs. P. c. Cpx won high score prize, bunco went to the hostess and low'16 Mrs: Ebb Reynolds. .'/The Turner Jib'rne was 'decorate;! > arrangements'of Summer flowers for the occasion.. TOO The show that has been packing the youngsters in auditoriums from Springfield. Mass.. to San Antonio, Tex., is the FBI in action. Tin: program includes a movie of FBI methods, a show 'of weapons used by the FIJI to combat'crime, and —the number that always brines dO'A'n the house—a demonstration of judo by FBI experts. J. Kdgar Hoover, FBI ' director, Iccls that- the plan for youlh offers a line opportunity lor mr- Qomplishhig a great deal- of goofl throughout the nation. "Patriotic boys of America can be of real and valuable assistance Buvcaii of Invcs 1 constant war" on up to Hoover At The Hospitals Walk Hospital ' Admillcd: Glenn Riiy lioyctl, city. Mrs. Tommtc Webster, city. C. R. Glllihind, Cooler, Mo. J. L. Johnson, Rt.' I, city. W. O. Vastbindci-, Manila Hilly Clibbs. city. Dismmissed: . Mrs: J.' W. 'McBain, city. • Buu ' McCiillum, CaruthersvUle, Md. • Alvln Cameron', Armorei. ' H. c. Grccr, city "' Btythuvillc Ilnsiillu'l Admltlcdr ' - MiV. Mabel Harmon, city. Mrs. Walter WIIKCISOM. llayll Mo. ..".'' .Mrs.' Deiores Pierce, Stccle, Mo. Dismissed: W. O. Reeves, city. Mrs. Roy French, city. Mrs. w. L. Wages, cliy. Mrs. F. u. Edwards. Cooler, Mo. Memphis .Mi'tlnKlisl Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Eflie Felts, Joiner. IMemphi.s S|. Joseph llo.spifal Admitted:' William ritillips, Sleelc, Mo. S. Deen, and other relatives, and lo see her brother, L. M. KruUi, seriously 111 at Memphis Baptist Hospital. She and several other members of Ilic family were In Mem- Pms ycsU'iday to see Mr. Knit!!, whose condition was slightly improved. Hoy Wulton, who Is undergoing 1 treatment at lilylhcville Hospital for a skin infection. Is Improved. His condition is .satisfactory. Joe Lintni'iilcli, son o f Mrs. Fannie Uiiiu-iucli. :m Norlli Filth, has- been discharged from the Army at Fort Lewis. Wash., after 21 months service, of which lour months \UTC overseas. Mr. and Mrs. winford Wyatt, 1500 Hc.iin, will leave tomorrow for New Yovk City, where he will attend a special seven-day course In ihc Home Office of Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. They will spend seven more days there as guests ol Mrs. Wyatt's imclc and aunt. Mr. owl Mrs. Clyde Smith. Mr. Wyatl Navy veteran, is a Metropolitan em- ploye here. llyron Morse has recovered after linving been ill nt hl s home, 110 East Kentucky. Condition of Mrs. Vance Uixon Shady Lane Road, who 1ms been 111 for some time, Is Improved Mrs. Charles Pintle is ill at her home on Davis avenue. Mrs. Irn Lambert, 117 Soult! First, is spending a week in Parkin, Ark., with her sisters, Mrs. Elmer Morris and Mrs. Guy Cliism. G. limit, who hits been ill tor roine tune, will go to Memphis next week for treatments. Condition of Mrs. Brownie Storey, wno has been a patient at me Baptist ll-niilnl in Mcnm 1 "*, is Improved. She'Is now at tho home of her parents, Lr. iinu AI.... G. E. Wilson, 120 West Ash. Mrs. c. L. Wilson of Memphis wa.s the guest here yesterday or her mother. Mrs. Dan c;. stout, 21!) \ North First, and family. James liomar, National Air Lines Pilot of a non-slop plane between Miami and New York city, is visit. Ing here. He formerly resided in tilyllicville. Miss Kathryn Greene of Cape Glraideau, Mo., is guest of her 'cousin, Mrs. Edgar llonim, and Mr. Borum, 1022 Holly, last nm'u and today. Miss Greene, daughter Virgil Greene, 621 west Walnut, Shooting Stars Pose Mystery Strange Missiles Streak-Skyward Around Stockholm Meetings Tlie Veterans of Foreign Wars will meet tonight, 8 o'clock, at tlie office of the Past Commander, J. Farris McCalla, 116 South Second. STOCKHOLM."'July '20. "(UP) — The Swedish Army imposed a rigid oiiis'olship ' today ,'ori details"'ol strange missiles streaking at 'lari- tiistic .speeds over nils country al Irregular intervals for several weeks. 'The 'mounting scale rocket activity over scalKir'ed parts'''of Scnn- dlnaVia'produced a state 'of Jit'crs and a crop of rumors appi'oaeli.'ng those of wartime. ' '• Military 'authorities were reported to have received a lloocl of new reports 'oh 'the rockets or Hying bombs or whatever the darting bb : Jecls, may actually be. The prigi'ial j theory that they we're meteorites JOng since lias gone by the boards. •'.Yost of the latest accounts, of things shuttling cb'nict-llkc Ihrough Ihe skies come from 'Southern Sweden. They indicated that (he "bom- ' bardment" was- moving southward after being concentrated over nur" ' Sweden for tlie last two weeks. The army Issued instructions not to publish the exact location ami time of tli e appearance of the missiles. While it gave no official r?x- plnnnllon. the order was taken to be aimed at avoiding contributing to the Information of any / '.':or- elRn power" suspected of carrying out rocket' experiments In the Baltic. " I The process of elimination narrows the field of experimenters pretty well to the Russians or the British or 'both. The" Baltic' ; vr.s the favorite testing ground of t!!C German V-weapons and Hie AmjJo- Eovict forces now occupy the same regions. Ping Pong Play To Get Under Way Tomorrow The lllythcvlllc Y ping pong tournament for boys will begin lo- imn row morning, 10 o'clock, ut the Y center. . Those already registered - for the event are .himcs Phillips, Graham Sudbury, Billy James, John Llppitt, Frank Wagner Jr., Jackie James, UupiTt Crafton, Charles Stephens and Jack Saliba. . Several others arc expected lo add their names before the 9 o'clock deadline tomorrow, when drawings]of v .i s ., inti-m.-, uii wimi, iv^uum, , will Ue conducted to determine brae-j now is connected with the South- ket positions. 'east Missouri Hospital after hav- All matches will be two-out-of-] ing • served with the Army Nurse three games. The winner will receive 'Corps during the war. Holding'the I rtlnk. of captain at the time ol to the Federal lignlion in Us crime by signing- nnd livin; Pledge'." ,, Mrs. Ed. David''qf Douglas. Wyo . waf the first woman in the UnitrrJ ^tales', to be elected president of trustees of a state \mi'• Singing Convention Be Held Sunday 'The I'cmiscoi County, MD., sling convention will be held Sunday at Bragg City, Mo. rji will Join with the churcli in their morning worship and conventional singini; will begin :it 1 p.m. The public is Invited, it was announced by H. E. L. Smith, president. • the 'American's fays. The • meetings, he thinks, "oner he boys n worthwhile chance to learn somciliini; ol our work and to learn how they, personally.-ran cooperate not only with their local law enforcement agencies but the lational offices nf the Federal Uu- reau of t Investigation in Washiu"- tcn."-- • Con S. Hostcttcr, FBI .-Special nBCi}t, told a Memphis, Tenn.. group of teen-agers that they were "ill , ti-ainmp; to lake the baton of AmeY-'| Icaii'-citizeiLshlp from your parents as they grow older. . ' • '• "Be ready for it," he-warned: The "American's- Pledge" Is distributed by-schools and other youth agencies in cities where the program will be staged but tickets lean tie obtained only by turning the signed -pledges |n to local police . Child Suffers Injury Failing yesterday while nt play In his yard. Richard Wayne Nokes frncturcd his left wrist. 'Hie six- yeai-old son of Mr. nnd Mrs: Paul Noke-s. Route 2, was removed ('•> Hlythcville Hospital where" the 'injured wrist was placed In a" cast nnd later In the day he relumed ionic. • ' ' It is expected will be completed by noon. the tourney -heridisc barge, Head Courier News Want Ada. Cran of' serv 'Theater". !•' Mrs. W. M. La Miss Greene is >"ct• in the European Fcruey and her J. LOUIS CHERRY •^ .! ' .' i York Life Insurance Co. V ''-'•"•'' flirthertlle. Ark,". :" . . Cooling Electric Fans! We have them ready for Delivery Now— All sizes from Small Room Fans to Big Attic Fans. -..--..- . . Take advantage of this opportunity now while our .stock is complete. Hubbard & Hoke Appliance Co. frJiici-'iil Klcclric Apiiliiinl'fK -^ : ' Betulix Washers 2 Doors West of Hubbard Furniture Co. Only two towns in Wyoming— uiie and Casper have more 15.()00 population. Manufacturing & Machine Works '• "South'Briadway REVIVAL MEETING Luxpra Church of Christ At Boy Scout Hut on School Grounds SERVICES TO BE HELD NIGHTLY, 8 o'clock . . i; p. ;f !lrnP .s. Minister Karl K. iMvCord, Song Dircrlor Begins July 28 through August 9 Public Cordially Invited WjE^-EVERALUMlmiM So/pi'trmc, flovor, color, VeT/money.-' • .Cookj Qrccn-bconi ?n 2'/i mmutci, bee itow in 15 m.nulos— clc, • Polentod Sr>ap-Tilo Cover —can't bu opened Yrhile proiivro'ii on. • Eaiy lo ujc—on any range. " " Made of the mclal Ifiaf coofci bctl . .. cot/ lo c/oan, HUBBARD & HOKE I' I/I AN C K CO. (General Klcclric Appliances) ilcnilix Washers Z'neors We si of Huhba'rcl Flirnidire Co. GOSPEL MEETING ot the CHURCH OF CHRIST 120(i \V. Alain SI. - - f?lyl!u-villo, Ark. ALL THIS WEEK Diiily Kadii) Service —'1.2:15-12:30 Service 8 p.m. Sunday Service' 10:55 a.m.; 8 p.m. n. n. WOODY Kvangpllst, Vine Bluff, Ark. ' C, R. SMITH Song Director, rocahonlns, Ark. Vou 'Are Cordially Invited Harry Fritzius' Weekly "From Me to You" LET'S OPERATE We cannot deal with Russia and keep our hands clean! So— let's keep our hands clenn. Since the end of the war we have hoped ngntnsl hope Hint Russlu really did want to cooperate for world reconversion—world reconstruction—world rehabilitation world brotherhood of nation-; nnd finally for world disarmament and—PEACE:. With these high aims in view \ve looked with pride- upon the birth of ah INFANT—An infant conceived in the long dark night .of Hell earth—hrought forth in the aftermath. Yes. we looked with pride and with HIGH HOPES upon this Messiah, this world Savior —The Infnnt UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATION! Who can say Hint America with all ils many faults and imperfections hns not tried? Who can say ihat America'has not .sacrificed—prayed, earnestly desired that the Infant might wax .strong, might attain healthful and full manhood—might fulfill his destiny—WORLD PEACE THROUGH WORLD UNDERSTANDING AND UNITY. Alas for our desperate fiiith and hopes! Even now the 'nfant pales and sickens. Already we have changed Its "formula" many times. Already we are resorting to avtilicial feeding and il:e 'oxygen tent. Frantically are we trying this new drug and Unit, but each time the sickly Messiah rallies, it sinks again with more death-like pallor, as the world which dared to hope stands with' haled breath—praying for a miracle. There seems to be no known cure for the dread disease: World; Specialists In attendance know its name, though they i>ronounce it only in whispers. Among themselves thc.v have already decided that there is only one possible hope that the infant will' live. Amputation of the affected part.' They hesitate only because of the i-ealivcation that amputation will leave the infant—a linjieless cripple. A Messiah must needs be whole—perfect. Have yon been wondering or have you guessed the name of Ihis dread and apparently incurable disease? Well, here it is—RIGHT OUT LOUD. TOO: Like nil medical names this one 'is rather complicated to the layman. However, with proper patience and concentration perhaps you "will be able'to catch'its meaning" even though you will have some trouble in it's- proper proiutholntion, Here it is: Malignant and Constitutional Russianitis aggravated by acute Donblccrossology and 'prolonged by morbid neurotic'and relapsing appeasementitis! ! ! ' - ' . ' (In closing-tins case history may I state that a certain heretofore unknown Doctor Frit/.iiiSj heartily recommends, regardless of consequences, the performing on the' patient of an inniicdiato emergency Slalinectomy!) " ' : F.RITZ1US " "Always Something New" SATURDAY SPECIALS Because of trie' uncertainty of proposed new O. P. A. legislation, staple merchandise has practically ceased to move away from the manufacturers. This one fact makes the following, already hard to get items, even more scarce. How did Frit/.ms get 'em? Ho-hum —Here they are, that's all you need know. Sometime wh",:i we've alone I'll whisper It to you, buk I simply can't tell you right out loud before everyone. 1. OIL CLOTH. 2. DINNER SETS (A very scarce item). These dishes have real eye-appeal. a. BABY DIAPERS. 4. CRETONNE—Good grade—Gay flowered patterns. 5. KRINKI.E CREPE Ol COTTON SEERSUCKER. Several patterns. Attractive designs—For -Summer Dresses, Gown.-,, etc. G. We have received our Pall allotment of COTTON OTJTING. We have never misled you in order to sell merchandise Jf you arc Koinu to need outing this Pall—take Frit/ins' advice -BUY IT NOW. The unsettled condition of O." P. A. has the factories "up in the .air" ns they have never been before. There is already a shortage. I doubt seriously if you will be alilc" IT buy Outing this Fall at any price! Our allotment includes light and dark stripes, light ami dark solid colors, anil the prettiest dainty prints we have rvcr srcn. Prices begin'at 19c yd. :' ' 7. TOWELS—No limit Saturday. (Better get them while"you can.) 8. SILVERWARE—Because so many returned vets have asked it Fritzins has at last obtained n large nnd attractive assortment of good flatware. This assortment includes the famous "Lee- crest" design—Beautiful genuine Silver Plate—Has Imc of 18',i Nicklc Silver which will insure practically lifetime! wear. WILL NOT STAIN or RUST. Kach set comes in durable wood- frame leatherette chest with embossed padded top. /You would naturally expect to pay $25 to S50 for this fine set of Silverware. Our price for a set of 24 pieces only $17.76. (We also have serviceable and attractive cheaper sets as well as odd or'separate pieces). : LITTLE TOTS Moms and Dnds—Here's something you won't want to miss! It's here! See it in our window—You'll have lo have one for your kiddies— . SUNNY PLAV BEACH Combination Wading Pool and Sand Box —The kids will love it— This is a brand new item. You nvust see It to appreciate it but here is the description: Combination Wading Pool ano Sand Hox with canopy protection from the sun. $\?c 3 feet x 6 feet, made of heavy green water-repellent dock with metal corner scats and braces of'18 gauge steel painted green. Metal standards for- awning canopy have sancy tittle ducks under umbrella processed in colors. Uprights and frame of finished white oak. Pool has metal drain.' Canopy can be moved lo shade wading pool if desired and tilled to mcel any 'degree of sunshine. Attractive processed tanopy of the awning shows children at play and n border of sea-shells. Each unit comes complete with instructions in cardboard carton. This useful and Well-made item is made to sell for $20 00—Frilziiis' llrlcc—S15.S5. TI:V Also for the kiddies, : Tent. Large size 5 ft. square at base, made of vat dyed olive drali Local * Long Distance Moving Compete** Help and equipment. Ad«- quitely Instiled. Contrad Mauling and UlBr, BarvJceB. Storage C*. Continuous Shows s' !: ' :: Every Day Box Office Opens 1:41 Show 8t»rl* Z:«fi .. LISTEN TO'KLCN . 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. ' * last Tinrt Today Blue Dahlia with' Alriii'l/uld :im* Vrronic;i Lake Paramount Xcw.s and Shorts Continuous Showing Everyday r Saturday .. BI on die's Lucky Day willi Penny SiiiglrL'oii '& ArUuir I.nko Serial: "Fornsl i tankers'* No. 10 nntl Short ContM Shows Siit. 12:30 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday Perilous Holiday with Tat O'Brien Jt Rulli \V:nricl; 1'aramouiit News; Also Shorts Confii Shows Sun.'l:l5-ll:00 " Malinrts Sat. 'A'Son. Only l f ' Box Office Opens 6:45 Opens'Sahday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Son. Bargain Night Every Nl^ht Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday Rt the ROSY. KK 1'C.AY TKNT attractive Western style Tepee Pli>,y water prqofcd (luck with laiBe Indian and cowboy designs.—Frit- ^ius' price only $850. GOOD STKKI, KH>1)IK GAUDKN SET First time since the vnr—Kiddles' good.metal garden tools. \vell made, good size hoe, rake and spade. FriUius' price per set $1.10. FRITZIUS ' "Always Something Last Time Today Thrill of a Romance will> Kslii'cr i\ViliJ;xnis ,V \':u» Johnson Sclcrlcd Short Subject Saturday Code of the Lqwless • wtlir.Kirliv. tir'anl Serial: "^VIio's Ouilly" No. 12 .and yhorl Cont'd Sho\vs Sat. 1Z:30 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday ConUn _ sS Selected Short Hhowlnj Sun. 1:15 to ll

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