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tat BLYTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDA, JULY 7, 1947 CottwiPkkers Lose Two Games North Little Rock i ' Wildcats and Manila Prove Tough Teams Hearn Credited with Keeping Cards in First Place Vicinity BY CARI, LUNIIQUIST (United Fre*s SpoHs Wrllrr) •NEW YORK, July 7. (UP)—Jim Hcarn, a kid pitcher with an .unimpressive background, was getting a big share of the credit foday for keeping the world champion St. Louis Cardinals within striking dis- The Bljlheville Cotton Pickers topped C-oth cuds of a holiday dMibleheader over the weckenil, feeing to the strong North Little Rock Wildcats 10 to 2 Saturday Afternoon nt the -Air Case diamond •BOV to the MlinUi -Junior Cardinals 8 to 2 Sunday afternoon al, Manila Douglas Glover, the diminutive rtjhtluiuk'i for the Wildcats, had wry litl'e trouble in checking the 1M alJllI1B „ Cotton-Pickers as he tufncd them 1Kscrt ^ }nvc bct ,,, ticketed tack nUli ,-n brilliant four-hitler.j ano , hcr 5(ro(cu in tho minors, Kenneth M:-rritt worked on Ihe hUl for Blylheville giving up 10 hits and as many runs over Ihe Bine Inning route. 'His fastball offerings were easily solved by tho Wildcat sluggers and he stayed in trouble the biggest part of thc contest lance of first place. Hearn, who won only four games and lost five with thc Cardinals' Columbus farm club of the American Association last season, wasn't expected to be hunging his shirt on the hallowed hooks reserved for thc world champions this year —In fact he wasn't even expected to IK; hanging around. After a workout with the club in Spring training, he war sup- 1 for but when :thc season started Ihe regular pitchers went sour and Hcarn was kept around, gelling occasional fill-in assignments. When such stalwarts as Howie Pollot and Murry Dlckson failed to hit a winning stride, Hearn got lo start n came once In a while cind Chiton WIXSOH appeared fully re- lnc Atlanta, Qa., bov rcsoonded by covered fiom his hitting illness Tigers and third place Rod Sox also won double headers. New York capitalized on big rallies lo win each game, Joo DIMagclo sparking a five-run first Inning rally in the opener with a three-run homer. Lirry (Berra also hit a homer. The Yankees broke loose with seven runs to liquidate a 2- nli tic and extend their winning streak to eight games In Ihe nightcap. Randy Gimiiicrt was thc first winner hut Joe Page got for his grenl whiff wig i" game (he i: pitching in which he struck out eight of 11 batters in a relief chore. Allie Reynolds picked up his eighth victory In the second game. Tigers Trim Browns The Tigers trimmed the Browns, 8 to 4, at St. Louis Pels Cop Double Win from Barons Mobile Downs Atlanta Twice; Vols Plaster Chicks to Advance By WAItKF.N W. 8CHWED Unlltd Press sports Wriltn* • Atlantu, On., July 7. (U.P.' — Topflight nilchlng, including an eight-hit winning clfort from recently acqcircd Gcoryc Dlchl, gave New Oilcans a. double win over Birmingham, but the' Pels loday were still four full lengths Uclilnd Mobile. Dlchl, Thursday In a Barney Cook received from Allanta swap- which sent to the crackers, 10 lo with Illy Cullciibinc getting n;swept to an easy 7 to •) triumph homer In each s-'iune.and his two-1 over thc Barons In thc nightcap Dingle spnrkiiiE a five-Inning afler Pete Modica toppeil Alex in 1 the eighth frame on two straight infield errors by thc visitors. Bab Mullen. • Leon Ashby and Harold Ward accounted for the Cotton Pickers other three taingles, Johnson, Wildcat catcher, and Hicks, the right fielder, paced the .visitors at the plate with two hils in four tr'ms. Curds Show Tower The Manila Junior Cardinals made it three wins against one kMfi ovei the Cotlon 'Pickers yesterday afternoon as they smothered the Pickers under n deluge of hits'and emerged victorious by an 8 to 2 score. • 3 The game, one of thc slowest ever played by the Cotton Pickers, was fllied with arguments between Coach Joe Whit'.ey and the plitc umpire, which finally ended with the official retiring to the bleachers with the rest of the Manila fans. After tlie change of plate officials, the game proceeded at a normal gait. 1 v Jack Lewis went the sevcn-in- riinp, route for the Cardinals, al- lowmg the Pickers only lour bin- gles and was within three ouLs of second same. 2 (o 0, with his best* g of the year. Hcarn gave up only three hils iu winning his fifth game while Dickmn yielded but four in win-, niiiB his tlihd against nine losses. Oddly, no Cardinal runs In cltlicr panic were driven in wilh hits. In the first usano two runs scored on a freak, piny in which Marty Marion, who had tripled, was 'hit in the head at .home plate as he came in after an outfield fly. The ball bounced into the Cardinal dugout and Dell Rice came homo from second base. The oilier run also was scored, on a wild throw. In the second game, both runs were driven in on long flics, Al Schoendiensi. counting afler a triple and Whiley Kurowskl after wnlklne nnU taking third on Enos Slaughter's double. Dorttcrs Regain Tnp Snot The Dodeers regained first place when niflin' Ralph Branca won his 12tli game and his third shut- mil. knocking (he (Braves out ol the lead with n three-hit, 4 to 0 decision in Brooklyn. It -was Bran' a shut-out when the Cotton Pick- ers'mHicd lo score their two runs. Harold Wurd started on the nnimd for 'Blytheville but was knocked from thc box early in the first frame and gave way to'"""" Bob Mullen who finished the tilt. Clifton Wixson, the Pickers third baseman \vho led them at the ptate in the game, nKo paced them in yestcr- dij's tilt, collecting" two singles in three trips to the plate. Jimmy Smith p.iccd the- Cardinals with in four trios. ca's tilth straight triumph. He had a no-hitler until Tommy Holmes singled in the sixth. Doubles by Bruce Edwardsoti, Johnny Jorgcn- scn svnd iPccwee -Reese were the offensive- blows. Thc Giants were held without omer tio " al after .setting L . ca &" c n ncu- Na- of 37 in 1C .=„ „,„„.„. ,,,. ul . Worth Little Rock ' '', 0 " scclltlvc B at »"s, >>ut »iey topped •Bob Mullen singled to ricep center fieln m the first half of the ieventh inning with the bases full to account for thc pickers two tallies. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAOOE Night games: Memphis at Nnshvlllc. Atlanta . a,t. Mobile. . intle,-;riock :• at . 'Chatl.iiioogiu Birmingham at .New Orleans. NATIONAL LEAGUE No games scheduled. No AMERICAN LEAGUE games scheduled. run Dingle .sparking a five-fniiingj afler rally IhH cave Detroit its victory in the ninth inning of the secon:! game 1 . Pal MiiIHn got two fir-it J'njne homers for Detroit while Dick W.ikefield hit one and Paul Leh- Dri- got one for .St. Louis. The Red Sox dished in on Wash- innton's defensive lapses nnd spottv pili'lUng to win 7 to 4 and 10 to 1 decisions at Boston. Six errors jyw- cd the way lo victorv in thc first name. Uncle Denny Galehousc had little trouble in annexing his third Mmleht trlumnh since coming from Ihc Browns In the second game after his mates cave him a seven- run lead In the first inning. South- piw Mickey Harris was the victor in the first game although he hnd to retire after three Inulnzs with a recurrence of arm trouble. •O'cveinnd topned the White Sox. S to 1. ac Chicago with Lnrrv Doby. Negro star, playing first b.ise in the second enme of a double bill after the Indians lost thc opener, 3 to 2. Rudy York's frcnk triple which outfielder George Met- kovieb lost al his feet after knocking it down, gave Chicago's Ed A homer by Mickey Hutner was one of six safeties given up by Modica to thc visitors. Frank Nelson and Bill Sattcrfield, who handled Ihe mound choirs for tin- losers in the second tilt, allowed only five hits but Diehl was un- hilUblc in Ihc light Bpots. The double win for the Bayou Bombcr.s was nullified by a sweep by Mobile, as the Boars trounced Invading Allanla G to 15 and 3 to 1 in both ends of a twin bill. Rollicking Roy Boles hung win of (he campaign up his 10th tlic open- cr for the league leader.-, aided by a two-run roundtrippcr by Bill Hart. Dewey Adklns went, the distance for the losers, and was touched for 10 blngles. In the al- terplecc, Roy Whitaker wus credited with a 0 to 1 conquest, over Lou Bush thanks to a four-run homer by Bill Hart in the fifth. Chicks Fall Twice Nashville plastered downtrodden Memphis in both ends of a clouble- I header, 7 to 6 and 7 to 1, lo movr. Lopat thc two runs he needed tor' up (rom sjx( ,, to fourth _t_, not( - h win the opener. Hank Edwards and | nhcnd ot At ] al , ta . starter Dulph Matulis required Joe Gordon hit homers to lead thc way In the second game in which Doby. first Neoro ever to play in the American League, drove in one run with a single. 'Al Gettcl held Chicago to four hits for his third victorv. No gnme.-; were scheduled today. Yesterday's star—Roy Ciillcnbinc who got two homers and three singles and drove in five runs :is lie paced the Tigers to 10 to 2 and 8 lo 4 victories at St. Louis. Phils al Philadelphia,' 4 to 3, getting oil their runs In Ihc third inning. Willard Marshall drove in two of the tallies with a single. Liny Jansen went all thc way to score his seventh victory. A homer by Del lEntiis was the ble one nmoni Ihc seven hits he'yielded. The Pirates got gcod pitching; lo win n double holder tor the first time this season, defeating thc Cubs at Pittsburgh, G to 2, behind Ernie Bonham's eight-hit flinging, then 10 lo 0 ns Old Fritz Cstemiuellcr carved a six-hit shut- cut. Hunk Grcenbcra. Frankie Gusline, and Jimmy OJIoodworlh hit first .game, homers and Billy Cox, iWally il W,est}a.k'c,, 1 Eibie 1 ,F 1 lel;clier.aivl Gustine made three hits apiece in the 16-hit second game attack. Thc Yankees took two from the Athletics at New York. 0 to 2 and !l to 2. but couldn't improve on their eight-game first place margin since both the second place assistance irntn Vol reliefer Dick Conger in the seventh of the opener despite c i r . cuit clouts by George Byam and Al Walker. The Chick iitlack was powered with a three-run homer by Fred Hnricock. Bcb Hush hurled stylish six-hit h.ill In the nightcap fo r the home forces while Nashville was clouting Frank Hoers arid Ed Wniland far 12 baseknocks, including Tt four- bagger by Roy Eastcrwood with two mates aboard. Knuckleballer Luther Kderr restricted the Little Rock 7invrler.< to Jive well-spaced blows at Chattanooga yesterday -for a fl to 2 flrst-gnmc victory. Jnck - Sanforri and Mike Garbark aided the Loqk- ... , out cause with ovcr-thc-fence for the third time defeating 'Navy i blasts againsl Pebble pitcher Bob Veteran Harry Counts 3 and l.lPcrme. But the invading Roclts Tenny won the Fair Park event crushed 'Nooga 12 to 3 in the : " 1943 and 1944. . -j second contest behind the expcfl game until lie curving of Al (Piui piechpta Golfer Martin Tenney Wins Little Rock Tourney LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July 7.— (UP)—Martin Tenney won the Little Hock Fair Park Invitational Golf Tournament here yesterday shot fast on the 12th, but managed to Jack Sanford, Del Friar, -Ken Stars out for a 15-foot putt on and Bill Sinton all hit- for'tlie •HI tired hold the 17th for down thc title. Earlier he had defeated McCrotty 2 and I. Newcomers Again Booked For Tag Tussle Newcomers Irish Magee and Buck Upscomb return to the Legion Arena Monday night when they will collide in thc weekly tng match assisted by their respective partners, Jack Moody and Lefty Pacer. In their grappling debut here last week, Magcc and L'pscomb demonstrated opposite wrestling methods. Magee, 211-pound former lea- thcrpusher. in an easy-going Individual who slays on the Mr side of things while Lipscomb prefers to heave thc rule-book out of thc ring along with a couple of opponents. Both cart around about the same bulk although Lipscomb is smaller and wirier than the rangy Magcc. They meet In one of the one-fall prelim bouts for the second straight week. Last week, Magee downed Lipscomb in 10 minutes. There's liltlc love lost between the newcomers ns Magee took a quick dislike lo Llpscomb's persistent rule-breaking 'techniques during their first meeting. "Spider" Moody and "Hefty Lof- tty" Pacer are a pair of familiar faces and both have a long record of bouts fought here. Before Moody teams up with Magee, and Pacer with Lipscomb for the tag event, they will tangle in the other warm-up battle. Country Club Golf Tourney Moves Into Quarter Finals Play in the 'BJytheville Country* Club's membership tournament moved into the quarter-final rounds today with the completion of first round play with the exceptions of one match, completed yesterday. George Hubbard Jr., defending club champion, will play Loy B. Eich In the final first round mntcii this afternoon. Thc mulch was postponed until today on agreement of both contestants. Results of yesterday's first round matches are as follows: championship flight— Roland Bishop defeated the Rev. Francis McDcvitt, 7 and 6, In the only match played In this flight yesterday. . First flight— Clifford Councillc Conncille defeated Bernard Gooch 2-up; and C. M. Buck defeated Mac Williams Jr., 2 and 1. Second fight— Hugh .Whltsltt defeated Elmer Lindscy, 3 and 2. 'Pairings for the quarter-final matches follow: championship flight — Dr. John Callahan vs. iBuri- riy Terry; James Guard v.s. Bill Pollnrcl; Frank Whltworlh vs. Roland Bishop; and Bill Godwin vs. wliiticr of the HUDbard-Eich match to be played this uflernoon. Locke and Oliver Meet in Play-Off Of $7000 Tourney CHICAGO, July 7. (UP.t—Bob- by Locke, a golfer whose gome is the same no matter how heavy the pressure, and Ed "Fc-rkv" Oliver, perfect en the fairways but shabby on the greens, start a 36- hole junket on Tam o'Shanter Golf Course today wiih S7.C03 awaiting the winner. They won the right lo go the extra distance by lylmj in the ?50,000 pro sweepstakes of thc annual All-Amcrlcan links tourney with 72 hole medal scores of 27(i, 12 under par. South Africa's Lock.\ however, inade his the hard way, comin™ from behind on the last holes, while Oliver was in thu doldrums fcr 18 holes and posted his poorest round of the four-day tourney. Big Ed, a front runner from the start, was three strokes ahead of Bobby nt dawn Sunday. But then under overcast skies, he took a 74, .First, flight,— Bcb Khshner v.s.. Hubert Seymour; Harry Haincs vs.' E. "B. Gee Jr.: Dr. J. E. Beasley BASEBALL STANDINGS MISSC'O AMATKUIt l.KAGUK j Notice ro the Public: H ;l hiive moved my office tot "\ Hothrock Drugstore -A { Dr. C. E. Wilson 1; Cootcr , ....... ... •Blythcvillc Route 2 Lutes ......... Manila Blytheville Yarbi o Little River Number Nine Armorcl Huffman ....... ]. W. . D I'ct. .1100 .800 .718 .770 .55t> .551) .200 .200 .11)0 .100 SOUTHERN Mobile New Orleans Chattanooga Nashville . ' •Allanta Birmingham . Memphis Little Hock W. L. 57 31 S3 SO •r> 44 42 41 42 44 4S 46 32 50 32 55 Pet ,G->O ,5S'i .4?8 -.483 .350 .308 Brooklyn Boston New York St. Louis Chicago Cincinnati NATIONAL LEAOOE W. L. Pcf. For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop • Farm Wiring • House Wiring •, Motor Repairs • Appliance Installation 500 N. Fifth St. RlyUicvillc, _\i-k. M., Philadelphia Pittsburgh . vs. Clifford Councille and C. Buck v.s. Veruon Toinasson. Second [light—U. S. Branson vs. Hugh Whitsitt; Mac Williams Sr.. vs. Limvood Lewis; J. A. T/ccch vs. Russell Phillips; and E. B. Qi:e' New York Sr.. vs. Wally Hoke. ; Detroit . . Third Fight—Jean M-mtanclaci j Boston . .. vs. Rouse Harp; James C. Davis vs. | Philadelphia. Er'.vin Jones; Bob Graves vs. 15obj Cleveland Porter; and Parris McCalla, vs. Chicago . Loy -A. Eich. Washington Championship flignt consolation' st - Louis .. —Ed D. Thomas vs. W. A. Afilick; I Jim Terry vs. IBill Wilson; John I Lent! vs. 'Rev. 'Francis McDevitt; i and the loser of the Eich-HuMnrrt [ mi tell vs. Harvey Kidd. First Flight consolation.—E. C. I Fulton vs. Herman Hoff; Dr. O. W. Ringlcind vs. Charles Crieser; C. W. Afflick vs. Bernard Gooch; and. Rudy Vrska. ivs. Mac "Williams Jr.j Second flight consolation—Frank Wagner Sr.. .vs. -Elmer Lindsey; Jim Stevenson vs. H. B, Rich.inl- snn; A. R. Wctenkamp vs. Harmon Taylor; and Bill (Byi'd vs. G. O. Hubbafd Sr., Third flight consolation—Frank Wjigner Jr.. vs. DarrcII Cvnne; aiv.l Harry Whitis vs. A. H. Wallace. 42 31 4031 as so 37 :'5 38 36 37 33 31 44 M'i .SI 4 .50') .405, .394 AMERICAN lX.fLf.1JK W. L. 41 25 37 32 38 33 3f> 3C 31 32 31 39 30 28 55 43 .432' .411 .358 RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Behind thc, two :cadi;rs youn 1 ? Ed Fmgol, Royal Oak, Mich.. to«k third place and $2.333.154 with 278 while Chick Hartcrt. rvorthville. Mich., was fourth, 'winning $1.- S55.75 with 279. Ky two over par. lor his 18 holes. Locke knocked home an 18-foot cngo,. and Herman ,^.0 ,.„... putt ,or a birdie on the 12th hole | o., tied for fiflh with 231, cnch winning $1,250. In thc women's open section 1D- year-old Grace Lenczyk. Ncwing- with birdie that iccrl circuit, with Bert Nieiioff rallinf „ ,j • • , ,, --•• - —•> on four twirlers during the cour4C |!™"' d , Cost May , $I f Q ' 50 ^"tltionat --•-..— - " ,| ^ since he guaraiilced Locke n min- Willic of the 16-hit Traveler issi. All series are resumed tonight. League-Leading Cooter Team Wins With Eighth Inning Rally to tie the match. On the next hole he sank a 10-footcr for another birdie and was ahead. He held that edge ior lh« 14th. [ton. Conn,, college sophomore, won Today, they will piny is hc-H". wl '(h a score of 314. Patty ncrr thc final 18 tomorrow. The of Minneapolis, was second with uier will get $7,000 and the/ 31B. In the men's amateur division Felice Torza of WcthersFirhl.Conn.. took first prize with a score of 2844 while John Barum. Elmhurst, 111., was second with 2J7. Yesterday's Results MISSC'O AMATEUR' I.KAGUE Manila 2, Blytheville 0. Blylbeville Rte Two 5, Annorel 2. Cootcr 5. Little River 3. Yarbro 7. Lutc.s 2. Number Nine 3, Hulnnan 2 Cll innings). " SOOTIiERN LEAGUE Nashviile 7-7. Memphis G-l. Chattanooga C-3, Little Rock 2-12. Mobile 6-6. Atlanta S-i. New Orleans 5-7, (Birmingham 3-2. NATIONAL LEAGTJK 'New York 4, Philadelphia 3. Pittsburgh 0-10. Chicago 2-0. St. Louis 3-2. Cincinnati 0-0. •Brooklyn 4, Boston 0. Last Time Today What was the power of the Locket... trial wrecked three men's lives? j AMERICAN Chicago 3-1. Cleveland 2-5. Detroit 10-8. St. Louis 2-4. New York 8-fl. Philadclphb 2-2. Boston 7-10, Washington 4-1. $3,333.50. An Oliver victory to pla v In the Freezes, Stores 385 Pounds of Food cr>c «f ,lclicioi» . Au--| S * m ' vc « tl ° 1 ' I '-« <>•>! of regular ecu- . An additional a.lvontmgc ic that freezing eonswcs vil.mhis ami mils I "'£"J u1 ' >t '" ! he r f« a r h « llh - Hl»«tralc,l, with ,,r,,r c9! | 0 ,,.l m,,,lcl, ^InleroalK.!!*! Uan«i« ll-wlrfc-foot freezer now oa dijpl., , DELTA IMPLEMENTS INCORPORATED 31 2 So. Second St. Phone 863 *o:^ A big eighth inning, highlighted by a circuit clout Sy Mnx V^a- (lerburke. was enough to give the le.igiic-le.iding Cooler, Mo. nine to 3 victory over Little River in n Mississippi County Amateur League game played on the Cootcr diamond yesterday afternoon. The Ultlc River aggregation took, charge of the ball game in its eariv innings luul rcmnned in front until the fatal eighth frame rolled around. Thc Missmirians' rally produced enough runs to give thc.'ii a substantial lead ami their nhU!i victory. Vamterburkc's horner cftine with the bases empty. Frnzicr started on the hill for thc victors bill gave way to !>>c Barger in Ihc fourth inning. Bar- gcr was credited wilh Hie win. J. lj. Johnson, big righthander for thc Yarbro nine, pitched and batted his I cam to n 1 lo 2 victory over Lutes In ;\ Icacuc game played on the Lnte.s diamond yesterday afternoon. I.tilcs I.nsr.s Second Place It \vas Johnson's double in Ihe third canto that onencd Ynrbro's rallv that produced enough runs lo knock Ihc Lvitc-s nine ifrom their f.cconrt place perch ami move his team into a fourth plicc tic with the lilythcvillc Tigers. John MoHaffey started on tlv mound for Lules but retired to the. bench in thc third and Bud 1/utcs look lover. Lutes was pulled from thc lineup In the tilth inning an-1 Ros.-oe Coleman took over thc hill duties and finished thc eamc. Gro- vcr Whittle relieved Johnson In the sixth Inning for Yarbro. Lodbettcr and -Mfddlcton shared hiltiiiR honors tor Lutes, both col- lertiiie tiro hits in four attempts and Ert Bunch paced Yarbro with three binges in five trips 'to the plate. li'tflbeville Houtc Tivo moved into the second place slot vacated by Lutes by virtue of a 5 to 2 vie- lory over Ihe cellar dwelling Ar- niorel ulna on the Lookouts diamond. Fritz West coasted to his seven- Hi victory in eight starts ax he limited Armorel lo four Dingles. Dingier started for Armorcl but cave way to Gene Beard in the eighth fr.imc. J. L Gurlcy rapped out two i triples in four attempts that accounted tor three of the Lookonts' five tallies to lead in hitting Beard paced ihe losers at the pl.-itc. Cardinals Advance The Manila cardinals W-cd in,o a third place tie with Lutes bs defeating Mead's Blytheville Ti-tcr? ? n° S, S" thc Ma "" a rti; "»«»rt T.efty Rcrtman went the route for the Cardinals nnd limited thc Tiv- ers to three hits. Charley Hick's hurled for the Tigers. Number Nine was forced to go 11 Inning's to overcome thc stubborn Huffman team in a gume played on the Number Nine Held. Biiley. formerly with Cooter but now with the Number 'Nine team, was the big may of the 'day as he turned in a seven-hit performance and it was Ills blow in the last of the eleventh that produced thc winning tally. Bailey fanned nine of the last 10 batters to face him and struck out a total of 12 fpfr the. entire same. Cecil Whittle went the route for Huffman. The win moved Number Nine from the cellar into a seventh place lie with Little River Boys Play With Pistol; One Suffers Fatal Wound JONESBORO. Ark., July 7. (UP) —The charge from a German pistol Saturday ended thc life of ;1- year-old Jimmy Tyrn in the Macedonia Community near here. O? ccrs said the luger was.fired accidentally by Jimmy's 13-year-old brother, Ray Tyrn. The lad died in a Joncsboro hospital a half hour after the shot ',ins tired. Coming to thc RITZ MANILA "THE BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR!" pp«r For auto repair or for that new spare don't hesitate! C'mon . Samuel Goldwyn's The BEST Years of Our Lives' Itom'ftg Myrna Ley • Fredric March Dana Andrews . Teresa Wright Virginia Mayo Hoagy Carmkhael biricM «>r William Wy!«r sat^fiot b, Robert E.Sherwood (•IteMrf It** KO *«4* ficMM down to Blythcvillc Motor and talk things over. Get what you want when you need it and pay this Fall or on easy terms? Gulf Gas Wrecker Service Fisk Tires Owned and Operated by Tom A. Little Jr. LARAINE DAY BRIAN AHERNE ROBERT MITCHUM GENE RAYMOND .5 .ii» SKMIK hniair-iticmo comu ItKO Nen-s :ti»i Short Admission ISc and 40c Tuesday and Wednesday "THE GUILTY 1 : Bniiha GranvilLc and l>on Casllc I- News ;ind Shnrt Admission I5c and 3Jic New Theater! Manila's Finest Shows KVDIiY NIGHT Matinee SalnrdaT A SnmUr , Box Opens Week »»yi 7:M p.m. ;l SaL-Son. 1 p.m. Cant. Shoirlnc I Last Time Today "F R A M E D" with Glenn Ford, Frances Carter t Also Shorls Tucstlay 'TOO MANY WINNERS' A I'KC I'ittlirc wilh Slmrt Subjects Thursday and Friday July 10 and 11 Admission v ROt- and SV.20 BLYTHEVILLE LEG!ON ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION TRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Scats on Sale at the Legion Arena from-6 p. m. Every Monday tVOULTS 45c — CHILDREN 15« Monday, July 7th BOX SEATS 15c EXTRA TAG MATCH BUCK LIPSCOMB and LEFTY PACER versus IRISH MAGEE and JACK MOODY ALSO 2 1-FALL, 30 MINUTE MATCHES , Buck Lipscomb 1 Lefty Pacer v VI. ^. VS. Irish Magee / Jack Moody THEATRE LUXORA '^RIPE TOP TM£ COMMUNITY? Upcn at 7:00 p.m.; Starts 7:3« p.m Last Time Today 'HOLIDAY in MEXICO' (In Technicolor) Waller rirtgcon, Jose Iturbi r -fane Towcll raramounl News and Shorts Tuesday PAL NITE "GENIUS a> WORK" with Wally Ill-own, Alan Carney Serin! and Shorts

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