Muncie Evening Press from Muncie, Indiana on July 18, 1953 · Page 7
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Muncie Evening Press from Muncie, Indiana · Page 7

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1- Brother pitted against brother is the rugged story line of "Horizons West' starring Robert Ryan, Julia Adams and Rock Hudson. It opens tomorrow night at the Muncie Drive-In .Theater. , 1 T f" yiui wmji uiJiniJL.-i r. Ljutmuiniui ;., . . 11.1 i -. 1 ' i ' ' Blonde Joan Vohs and brunette Phyllis Fowler are separated by George Montgomery in this scene from "Fort Ti," first outdoor epic of America filmed in natural vision third dimension and in color by Technicolor, which starts Sunday at the Rivoli. YMCA Director of Boys Has Resigned Isaac W. Routh, director of younger boys activities, at the YMCA, resigned his position Friday. Announcement was made at the noon meeting of the YMCA board of directors, said Earl M. Carlton, general secretary of the YM. ' Routh will enter private business here after July. Until a new boys' secretary is obtained, the post will be filled temporarily by FBI Gun Display' Too Tempting for Thief CLEVELAND (JP) The police department and the FBI prepared an exhibit of pistols and other criminal paraphernalia for a theater here. The display, in connection with a movie billed as a study of crime, apparently was too tempting for one thief. A pistol was found missing when the exhibit was taken down Friday. WESTERN PISTOL CARAVANS e ALL HARVEST CARTOONS COLOR LAST TIMES TON ITE! in BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 FIRST SHOW AT DUSK 2 ACTION HITS FILMED IN COLOR! UNTAMED sth ArgMtiM Pompoj! T TECHNICOLOR South Sea ADVENTURE! 1 YvoMt Joki De CARLO IRELAND ATTEND AS LATE AS 10:15 AND SEE BOTH FEATURES DRIVE OUT EARLY! FREE PONY RIDES AND PLAYGROUND! 2K7 I LMJiivmrif I'' -fa .- i sf r-'rin n inn Floyd E. Blake who recently Joined the staff. Randall F. Bevens, president of the board, conducted the meeting. A survey of the annual budget was studied during the business session. TWO THRILL-PACKED ACTION HITS! IUI lllB wiiiiirw i r l.,,4...i n John HODIAK Stephen McNALLY Linda CHRISTIAN mm PLAYING! f (,ririr V.f ii fiTtlliiaflli Itsst TI r 4 W fcl w I ""'""wi Warnek Bros: FiT PLUS SIZZLING SHOCK STREAKED EXPOSE! STANLEY CLEMENTS STEVE BRODIE tlorii Blonde! -Barbara Bestar D" rWTVY3?V75 STARTS fla U A rxPJis1 SUNDAY! Leo Gorcey and Huntz Hall in a scene from 'Triple Trouble." Co-featured with Edmond O'Brien vin the Technicolor hit "Silver City' at the Liberty Sunday. John Hodiak and Linda Christian watch an aerial dogfight, in a scene from "BattleXZone," now playing at the Hoosier, together with Rod Cameron, Arleen Whelan, Forrest Tucker and Katy Jurado in "San Antone." Live Munitions Found In Bank Deposit Vault BOSTON UFi A miniature am-mution depot was discovered Friday in a safe deposit vault at the State Street Trust Company. Bank officials, instructed to open the vault of a woman who died recently, found two cases of live ammunition of World War I nomenclature. , The cases contained rifle cartridges, , grenades, heavy weapon primers, parachute flares, gas masks and barbed wire. Bank officials said the woman served as a field worker in France for an organization in 1918. WESTERN ADVENTURE I I STARRING ROD CAMERON ARLEEN WHELAN , FORREST TUCKER KATY JURADO ' WITH twin teMrt'in NwittMi tntU'MMT etKi a The girl .the gun ..they made 11 one man the equal of five! TV i 1 THE PRIVILEGE I OF KILLING HIM 1 BELONGS yy oCt i noDuaiM 4i iS I MUNCIE EVENING PRESS, V1 ..;. M DELIGHTFULLY COOL! Sea It! Gape! Gasp! Wonder! N Thrill Ever U Equal It! "MIGHTY JOE YOUNG" STARRING TERRT MOORE ROBERT ARMSTRONG DELIGHTFULLY COOL! Tear'a Gayest Comedy Bit! "THE LADY WANTS MINK" FILMED IN NEW TRICOLOR Dennli O'Keefe. Roth Hostel YEAR'S BIG LAUGH HIT! MRHUBARBn RAY MILLAND. JAN STERLING GEORGE MONTGOMERY In Zano Grey's "RIDERS "RIDE LE SAG si OF THE PURPLE SAGE 4 at rr t SENSATIONAL HITS! I "BATTLE ZONE" John Hodiak, Bteye McNallf "SAN ANTONE" Rod Cameron. Arleen Whalen. Forrest Tucker ROBERT ARMSTRONG J CiTS m UC II, 111 wui.i m nd Hope Emerson IT'S THE BEST OF ALL THE 3-D PICTURES YET PRODUCED AND YOU SEE IT AT NO ADVANCE If OUR REGULAR PRICES! A TREMENDOUS NEW EXPEiaoicEf YOO CAMjREACH ' OUT AND touch ::-:-:::-:::-:-:-:-:-::-:;;-i- THEM! IliiillB' wnsis REGULAR PRICES! STARTS SUNDAY SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1953 r rTT-i ' - :d Wfcyij; ff(L Ji ii i r-f MfcMt n giiiiawnrTrff r miim-ir'--tv'--r-k-iij"TiiiTiiMlMwi)'o w'm-aht'M j June Allyson doesn't feel midnight snack offered her by Seen' at the Strand. , I 4 -'f i V y """"" - v r-tfy j j f ITS GUI HffflWl x.vaJ wnMlC DEI L" Twice 1 the Fun Mi I Twice 1 iv 1 I the Fright- 1 X it's J 1 of the famous I mystery. "fry Broadway I I idomedy Jr stage Hit! I 1 AT ITS .., BEST ti w . - .mmtm& ciikin a vr fc-LJJ ft J ' fflf " " ..)? AiWuf'ai!?! felllli I. ii i i ii.i ,i ..- i 0 COIOI r. SUNDAY ALL DAY AND EVENINGS AFTER 5:30 GOo WEEKDAYS L NT ILL 5:30, 44c Children Under 12, 25c that she's quite dressed for the Van Johnson in "Remains to Be LIY k A ss a a LOUIS ANGELA LANSBURY JOHN DOROTHY BEAL DANDRIDGE HtALiHttLLJ? AiU-CO.ND1110.Ntl tUK lOLK. AUDtU L.NJOIMKNT! 8 .4 BY J S-D GLASSES 10c PER PAIR IF YOU HAVE YOUR OWN 3-D GLASSES. BRING THEM WITH YOU! WORST FIRE Worst forest fire : in American history is considered to be the Peshtigo fire in Wisconsin, Oc of Screen Cn(uryf e -5 pintt m .n f v - z "T0NICHTWE Si:iG"torn9 EZ!0 PINZA ROBERTA PETERS ' & 1AMAKA IUUMANUVA BYRON PALMER DAVID m m m w FUL.L.Y 7 NO SCREAMING. PLEASE... except with laughter! Co-Starring CALHERN with NEW 3-D COMFORT f MANENT TYPE HASTK HI AM 3-D GLASSES THAT REALLY FITI 4 PACE SEVEN tober of, 1871. Fire burned over 1,280,000 acres, homes, towns, ana settlements were swept away by flames, and 1,500 persons perished. je Musical MasterpkceYh Entertainment! Jj ANNt BANtKUtl liAAt iltKN f1 WAYNE JAN PEERCE HEALTHFULLY AlR-CONUIMONtD ,awZ NLY! IJaVrl nl I. BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 FIRST SHOW AT DUSK ANOTHER BIG TRIPLE ACTION PROGRAM! rousing, r?f KUfflANIIt STORY l& OF THE W FEATURE at 10:15 p.m.i " i i ill The story of .rtsl Ht tliot sws.1 Ik laa'ls Notleni . MCK MOOM stowcnoNf UX HELEM ION BARXER'WESTCOTT'CKANEY CARIES OF FEATURES AT 8:40 i AND 12:00 SPECIAL LATE SPOOK SHOW! ATTEND SECOND SHOW AND REMAIN AS OUR GUEST HIS EYES LIVED TO CONDEMN HIS KILLER! Wl XTcchmccIor l) UMWVl Pl BRADY Jm BALL ' I. 1 I l:-J lH t If - - sssaaaa . It mm ' A i'lii I' v .i-yit'i: . ' S 1 Late Show at 1:30 a.m. "7

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