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SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1048 oc&e Phone 4161 s Aldeen La Rue's arriage Is Announced Mr. and Mis. Ira La Rue ai Steele, Mo., today announce the marjfiage of their daughter, Ml« Aldeen La Rue of Blytlievllle to Dr. Charles L. Craig of BJythovill? son of Mr. Slid Mrs. Cecil C. Crai" of Piggou. Ark. The ceremony was solemnized Saturday April 10. 4 :M p.m. at the Hernando Methodist Church, Hernando, Miss., with the Rev. M. C. Wnsson. pastor officiating. Mrs. Craig chose a Navy blue and white dressmaker suit with matching navy accessories. Her small navy blue straw hat was fashioned with a short veil and she pinned a lavender orchid corsage at her shoulder. Miss Lonnie Jo Hargetl served as maid of honor. Her suit was fasti- loned of tan gaberdine and her accessories were of brown. She chose a corsage of white camellias. Hunter Kimbro served Dr. Craig as besc man. Mrs. Craig attended Steele HUh EjJiool and is now employed in l)« 4J*ce of Dr. Craig. Dr. Craig spent 25 months in It: Army Dental Corps .tie also a:- lended pre-denlal school at the University of Arkansas and the Dental School at St. Louis Universi- • ty, where he was a member ol Psi Omega. They are making their home on >• 117 East Cherry, Street. • • • Dessert Bridge Is Given At Loy Welch Residence Mrs. Loy Welch was hostecs yesterday when she entertained 16 guests with a dessert bridge at her During the bridge games, Mrs. Russell Haynes Farr won high score and Mrs. Doyle Henderson, second high. Other prizes were won by Mrs. Jessee Stilt and Mrs. L. G. Nash. The dining table was centered with an arrangement of pink tio^- wood and spiraea in a crystal boivi. Rich individual table held a centerpiece of spiraea and azaleas. Vases of tulips and iris also were | used to decorate the home; P. E. 0. Luncheon Given At Harry W. Raines Home Mrs. Walter Turner and Mrs Dixie Crawford of Jonesboro, were out-of-town guests yesterday when Mrs. • Harry w. Hiiines and Mrs John Caudill entertained membe-s of Chapter N. p. E. O. Sisterhood with a i o'clock luncheon at the Kaiucs home. The 17 guests were served luncheon at the dining room table which was covered with a linen cut-work cloth and centered with a blue epcrgne filled with rose tulips. Bouquets of yellow tulips were used throughout the home. following the business . meeting, which was presided over by the new president. Mrs. J. w. Adams, reports were given by Mrs. Charts Cnggcr and Mrs. Willard Pease on the state convention held in Pay- etieville last week. Mrs. Turner, whose husband is ihe Dean of Arkansas State College. Jonesboro. Is the past president ol the Ohio Chapter of p E O She made a short talk lo the Sroiip. MM. Crawford is n nonresident member o_f the Sisterhood. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Rodney Lucy, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Rice A. Johnson. Manila Mrs. G. T. Short, Manila M-s. L. D. Marr, cily. E. E. Chambers, Cooler, Mo. Quarters. F. M. Strickland, Steele, Mo. Methodist Church Holds School Bits of News Mrs. D. O. McDonald of Nashville, /rena., and Mrs. T. C. Helm of Memphis, are the guests of their brothers, R. I. Haley and A. C, Haley and families. T. I. Seay and B. G. Grain spent yesterday In Little Rock, where Uicy attended the Arkansas Automobile Dealers Convention which was held at Hotel Lafayette, They were accompanied to Carlisle by' Miss Rutn Coming Events Social Calendar Saturday Mr. nnd Mrs. Sanford Shcllon, Mr and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith, Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Porter, Mr. and Mrs Phillips Roblnsoivand Mr. and Mrs' Ben Harpole. will be hosts and hostesses at the Cotillon club Dane" in the Lesion Hut nt 0:00 p. m. ^^l^H'""'"'^^- Spreads It-sChQrm Seay, who spent the day with the Rev. and Mrs: G .V. Magee and son. Grady. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burns will spend the weekend in Paducah, Ky., as guest of Mrs. Burns' aimt and uncle, Mr, and Mrs. Max Tasch- ncr. Miss Edna Lovett was In Memphis yesterday where she consulted her specialist. Mrs. S. S. Stcrnberg of Chicago, 111., is spending several days here on business. ! and Circle Mr. and Mrs. William Donnelly ' 1>al1 ' Jobe. l Ten" af3 p.m. Monday Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church 1 meeting , t he church at 2:30 pm. St. Stephens Episcopal Auxiliary meeting at the home of Mrs E n Mason at 8:00 pm. ' ' O E O. Club being entertained nt the home of Mrs. Ray Whltllng- Executive Board nr ll !c Woman's Council of First Christian Church, - - ••-•' v«.ilazuli! k^iujrci will meet at the home- of Mrs. Rupert crafton for a pot-luck luncheon at 1 o'clock. Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church will meet in Circle Groups. Circle One, with Mrs. I,. E Old' Circle Two with Mrs. c, A. Cunningham; Circle Three with Mrs L. E. Baker; Circle Four meeting with Mrs. Allen n. Stewart- circle Five with Mrs. Prcrl Flecman wllh Mrs. G A. Hamilton as co-hostess t >. Copeiancl Hostess C. B. C. Club Members C. B. C. Club members were guests yesterday when Mrs. R. A. Copeland entertained at her home on N. Franklin. Mrs. Lendennie Fowler won high score in the rook games played, Mrs. Paul Byrum second high and Mrs. A. A. Hards', rooko. The home was decorated with bouquets" of mixed Spring flowers. The hostess served a salad plate Kith iced drinks. * * • Mrs. Welch Is Hostess To Octette Club, Guests Mrs. Cornelius Modingcr, Mrs. Roland Green, Mrs. James B. Clark, Mrs. J. H. Elkins and Mrs. G. H. Greer were guests Thursday with menibers of the Octette Club, when Mrs. Loy Welch entertained at her home on W. Ash. Mrs. Grccr won high score for .. the guests and Mrs. Clark, second j sio " Board, high in the bridge games. For th3 ' club members. Mrs. R. c. Rose won high score and Mrs. Langston Asli- SOC METHODIST CHURCH—12 The Vacation church School Institute held at the First Methodist Church yesterday, was attended by 55 pastors and general workers of the Jonesboro District of Methodist Churches. Mrs. H. D. Castlebcrry, district director of children's work, was assisted by Mrs, J. A. Gatlin and Mrs D. w. Gilbert in teaching the kindergarten department. Mrs. H L Mills was the junior leader 'and Mrs. w. H. Goodlow was intermediate leader. All fiv e O f these leaders were from t:ie Jonesboro church and had attended a conference school for vacation church school workers in Conway on April 6 and 7 Topics used for discussion in each group were "My Home and Family " kindergarten unit- "We Go to | Church," primary unit; "Story and i Work of Methodist Churches " junior department and "Boys and Girls Learn About, ( A)cohoi;; intermediate Rev. Carpenter Conducts Revival in Jonesboro The Rev. Alfred D. Carpenter of Atlanta, Ga.. and former pastor of the First Baptist chuich in Blv- thcvilie, is conducting a two week- revival at the Central Baptiit Churcn in Jonesboro. The Rev M" Carpenter now is superintendent ii the Direct Mission of the Home Mis- !ey. who is a new member, second high. A dessert course was served by the hostess. Mrs. Anderson Is Hostess To Alpha Beta Bunco Club ™Mrs. D. J. Anderson was hostess yesterday aat the home of Mrs. Lane Nowell to members of Alpha. Beta Bunco club. Mrs. Jack Marsh won bunco, Mrs. Paul Wallace, high and Mrs. Anderson, low, when bunco games were played. Tulips, spirea and other Spring flowers were arranged in the home. A dessert course with iced drinks was served. • * • * Mrs. Guard Entertains ge Club Members Mrs James C. Guard was hostess yesterday at her home on East Davis when she entertained members of the Friday Bridge Club. Spiraea, iris and other flowers were arranged in the home. In the bridge games. Mrs. Harmon Taylor won high score, Mrs. Oscar Fendler, second and Mrs Monroe Grain, brictgo. Bridge Former Arkansan Dies Of World War II Injury SHANGHAI. April 17. (UP)—US consular officials said today that they were awaiting word frim the family on the disposition of the body of Vivien M. Culver. 46 who died aboard the U.S. Army transport General Brewster on Marc'.i ' Culver, a former Arkansas new.",- I paperman and World War II veteran, died of cerebral edema while ! awaitir.g passage to Honolulu where he wa,> slated to enter a veteran's hospital for treatment of complications from a leg amputation Ho came to Shanghai last February as ; general, manager of the United I States Import, Company. j Culver's leg was amputated as a ' result of a plane crash. He is survived by his mother. Mrs, Carrie L. Culver, and a brother, Robert J. I Culver, both of Honolulu. of saginaw, Mich., left today for Paducah, Ky.. to visit relatives for several days. They came here especially to attend the wedding of Miss Margaret Taschner to John Thomas Burns. Mrs Loy Welch, Mrs. Siesbert and Mrs. Jack Garrigan are sas State College in Jonesboro has pledged Delta Beta Chi Sorority there. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Gray are the parents of a son born Wednesday at Walls Hospital. Their first child, he has been named James Randall. Mrs. Gray is the former Miss Janice Karnes. Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley left this morning for Paragould to attend Itineral services of Mr. Haley's aunt. Mrs. Maggie Astropp of Paragould. who died yesterday at her home. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at the Lakeside Methodist Church. Teddy Petrovsky of Memphis Is the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellner and family. W. T. Deen of Monmouth', 111., Is the guest of his sister, Mrs. W. A. Stickmon and his brother, A. a. Deen for several das's. Miss Trade Cushman. formerly General Field Representatives of Northeast Arkansas Hcd Cross Association, is spending the weekend here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Haralson. Mr. .and Mrs. Harold Jarratt ol Three Rivers, Mich., formerly oi Blytheville. are the parents of a son born Mar. 28. In a hospit*! there. Their first child, he has been named Hugh Byrum Jarratt. Mrs. Jarratt is the former Miss Billie Newman, daughter of Mrs. Fannie Newman. Condition of Adolph Harris, who suffered a broken leg when he fell from a truck yesterday and who was immediately admitted to the Blytheville Hospital, is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Burks Barker, Mrs. H. B. Joyner and Mrs. John Buchanan wil go to Jonesboro tomorrow to visit friends and also, to attend a revival service conducted by the Hev.- Alfred Carpenter former pastor of the First Baptist Church in Blytheville. ' Mr. and Mrs. George Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Strickland. Miss Joyce Walls, A. A. Frcdrickson and John Rawlings will spend the weekend in Sikeston. Mo. where they will -" ;d a banquet tonight given by General Contract Purchase Dration of Sikeston at the Dunn Mrs. William Wright was admitted to the Blytheville Hospital yesterday where she wil undergo treatment for 10 days. Her son Warren Wright and Mrs. Wright of St. Louis, arivcd this morning to be with her. Women's Mlsslomiry Union of (he prayer. O6 ra,n and season of 27 Killed, 3 J Injured As Trains Collide in England Arkansans to Discuss j Centralized Government HOPE. Ark., April 17. (UP)—Rcp- j resentatives of- 11 Arkansas counties will meet here Tuesday to discuss means of combating further centralization in government, it was announced today. Leading citizens of Southwest Arkansas wjll join Gov. Ben Lanev on the program. Laney will dis"- cuss the president's civil rights proposals, but the rest of * u - ' will CREWE. England. April 17. (UP) —Twenty-one persons were killer! and 31 injured when a Scottish mail train rammed a Glasgov-to- London express. Railway officials in London said win conccnu - - ... .__..„_. 20 ot llic injured ucre hospitalized, state's rights. ho^ SertCm " SCWaS51;rVCd0ytl - >-ncd ™ ™Sr<! StS ~ A 2° nB J he SPCak " s «»' « I when a passcnser pulled the emcr- | gency brake-. The mail train, which normally carries no pa<y>engcre. telescoped seven coaches of "the , London-bound train. Four cars of , the mail train were derailed. Tuesday Business Women's Circle Eight of the First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. j. w. svkes. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the hut at 8:00 p.m. for a Pan American program. La Nucve club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Bernard Graham. Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church being entertained at the home of Miss Bcrnice Overman. Tuesday Bridge club meeting at the home of Mrs. c. M. Smart. TH-Town Bridge Club meeting at the home o( Mrs, Theodore Losan with Mrs. Worth D. Holder as hostess. B- R. C, club meeting at (.he home of Mrs. nuWll Wort. Wednesday Maple Grove Cemetery Association will meet at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Frank Webb, Beta Lambda club being entertained at the home of Mrs M George. Wednesday Bridge Club members meeting at the home ot Mrs. VV J Pollard. ' ' Avalon Bunco club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Fred Town and CounttV Club members meeting at the home or Mrs G G Caudill. B. H. I. M. Club being entertained at the home of Mrs Paul Chambers. .senior c. Y. p. of First Christian Church having "Old Fashioned Sox- stipper" In the church at 6:30 p.m. Thursday Octette Club meeting at the home of Mrs. J. c. Ellis Sr. Thursday Luncheon club meeting at Ihe home of Mrs. E B Gee Thursday Contract Club members being entertainert nt the home of Mrs. o. W. McCiilchen Mid-Week Club being entertained at the home of Mrs Harrv W Halnes. Jolly Eight" Club .-members meet- 1 Ing at the home of Mrs. w. B. Mayo Club Eight, members being entor- 1S.V Kpslc Klnanl NEW YORK (NEA)-Drcsson and suits with Joiif. full jociris j,.| VC stl ,,,_ mer cottons every chance lo spread their charms. Some of that c-liarm Is in print- In chambray stripes, in KlURhniu cs like gold belts gory of the simple Illtle cotton dress lo tile ranks of high-styled nifties. There Is proof In the vel- vcl-snslud dress of gold-and-blnck plaid gingham. sho\vn right. This Jerry farnls design hns a swirl of .1 skirt topped by a snug bodice and a c the calc- ends in long lltlle- R irl stvcnmcrs. Competing with print* for the summer spotlight are monotone coltotii with new-surface Interest. These make .suits designed to commute from town to country T'ie wisteria-colored cotton suit, left, of Del Mar's design with a full skirt and a cape-sleeved Jacket has a tweedy weave like wool, and defies lh« summer «un to will or wrinkle it. Mehrle fro Head Education Board In Caruthersville CARUTHERSVILLE. M 0 A|>r n ' 17.-At the organizational 'meeting ' of the Board of Education, this week all officers were re-elected for another term. Th cy nrc Rob . t c . Horncr, Is ap- i term docs not 1, the close of secretary, Paul L pointivc, nnd hi- expire tmtll July the fiscal year. The Board revealed plans ( Or expansion in the Washington colored school and the. n rarfe school, the latter including construction of • new 12-room building. Expansion in Washington School would include additional of voc»- would be added. •It ti planned lo establish another second grade room, nnd to »dd another teacher, In the present grade school system. The new building would be for the upper grades and junior hlch school students. Sketches have hcea prepared by K St. Louis architect, but the board Is awaiting llmilda- llon of bonds due April 1 before announcing plnns for n special election for a bond Issuo to be u.ied In constructing the new building President Mchile said contracts ' Superintendent R. M. Plerce, 8 who5e three-year contract expires this year. Re»d Courier News Want, Ads. Hit BEAUTY BAR M". Nor» Bpr.rtlur, owner Olcncoe Hotel Building rhon« :uoi Mtrorel DMn Hnilth, Putty l, uc y Operator* tained at the home of Mrs. H a Partlow. Thursday Night Club meeting at the home of Mrs. N. W Kyle Friendly Eight Club being' entertained at the home ot Mrs otho Stanfleld. Friday Alpha Beta Bunco Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Joel Francis. C. B. C. Club entertained »t the hornp of Mrs. C. 3. Downing. Friday Bridge Club members meeting nt the home of Mrs. Oscar Fendler. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerc« Board of Directors—7:30 p.m. Tuesday Lion's Club—12:15 p.m. American Legion—8:00 p.m Wednesday Kiwnnis Club—12:10 p.m. Central PTA Executive Bonrd— 2:30 p.m. followed by PTA—3'00 p.m. Girl Scout Lone Troop—8:00 p.m. Thursday Rotary club—12:10 p.m. Reserve District „'„. S ^ ^ ,,_,„ Report of Condition o f The Farmers Bonk & Trusr Company 1948, of Blylheville, Arkansas, at the close nf business April 12 lh£ slate "I"" "V"" " ld " PCralinJ m «" "" h > aecor^nr.""?,' 1 ""V? " "' "" ^"^ Rr ""' e Systcm - Stair «f ed In Cash, A S 5 K T S balances with other banks, including reserve balance ' , s, ncung reserve balance and cash items in process of collectirfn ........ '« 2«IO!><)1R ' cd ,| ta «« Gavcrnment obligation.,, direct, and guarVnteed 6,12650000 hati o.aju.uu ~ -- •"-" •"«• 1.1 «"i«i-jiu uvju^LiiJUf LA. till U(.l< till Obligations of States and political subdivisions Other bonds, notc.5, and debentures Corporate stocks (including S12.000.00 stock'of"Federal Reserve bank) Loans and discounts (including £8!M.39 overdraftsi Bank premises owned i including Montgomery Ward Bldg ) 565,000.00, furniture and fixtures SI.OO Assets of Insurance Department Other assets 45.400.00 15,000.00 12.000.00 1,598,348.97 fiS.001.00 44,585.01 1.00 TOTAL ASSETS " ,10,357,935.34 M A B 11, r T i r, s Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships and cor- P01 ' ations * 7.758.061.12 NEW A-C TRACTOR MOUNTS ENGINE IN REAR, IMPLEMENTS IN FRONT FOR BETTER VISION Mll.WAirKEB, WIS.—A new firm traclnr in ihe low piiced firltl featuring » rcir-niounled eyginc design waj re- cenily pljccd in piarladion it the Allii-Clulrncrs Mffl. Company'i Gads- A ni)te*-oilhy fcaliirr of the new Il£ht weiglirModel G traclor ii iKc unuMuHr wide range of operacor- Tiiibility permitted by Itic rear-mounted engine design. By shifting Ilic engine to the rcjr, A-C engineers report they nave succeeded in mounting farm implement! in full view of llie operator. A complete line of front-mounted, quick hitch, companion implements cle- ji^firJ wpecijllv for me n'ilfi the new tractor it tlso rtcine produced by the company's trictor division. 1 he new Model G iraclor i,i equipped with i /(-cylinder, I..h»<l enjjinc—2>j," bore; 31//' slrolce; 62 cv. in. pi^on displacement— and is capable of lundli'ng one 12-inch mold, board plow in average soils at cus- lomary plow,i?£ rfepllis. It has 4 forward speeds, inchntr'ng a. super-low gtar for operations requiring exlrcmely llow speeds. Fuel consumption is low, running from 2 to 3 miail* per hour under medium lo heavy loadj. Traclor wheel Ircads can he adjusted (o fit any row-crop spacing. Any of Ihe "G" implement! can he alUched tojhe Iractor or removed from it in 3 mimiles or lest. The plow, like (he planlers and cultivators, is mniinlcd ahead of the operator—i radical departure from CQm'enlional practice. In a piepared statement, W A. Roberls, Allis-Chalmcis Kxecutivc Vice President, said: "In Ihe new Model G Iractor and ihe implements designed lor it, we believe we have contributed a farm too| that wil] further advance Ihe mcchanimation of agn'ciihure, lower farm production cosu, and place Ihe advantage] of mechanization within Tfath of thousands of farmers, who arc still using animals and other unprofitable forms of farm power. "We believe lhal this IrJctor will find > useful place on family farms of all types and .siies. because of its adaptability to all Held operations, par. licularly those requiring great accuracy and precision." Paul Byrum IMPLEMENT COMPANY 122 East Main St. Phone 4404 I — Plenty of Towels Anil fresh cottons ton! Smart Mother Takes Them to "U-Do-lr" Laundry Wash on our modern MAYTAG MACHINES and dry on our GAS PIRE:D DRIERS. Open 7 a.m.—Close 5:30 p,m Close Saturday at noon. Open Tuesday and Thursday until 9 P-m. 323 N. Second Street. Phone 4247. Read Courier News Want Ads. concentrate on the isTu'iTof Tj^'ril'"'^, ' r"- "*• * 7.758.061.12 , imie deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations 1,01041958 "•' —• Deposits of United States Government (Including nos'al ' savings) " Deposits of States and political subdivisions Deposits of banks Other deposits (certified and officers' checks etc i r, In^ Atj DEPOSITS ' .S9,723'.50gJ)8 ''' Liabilities of Insurance Department , TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obli- - «..-«-..,»,•.> i»i|| i J( ; \Y"_ V. Tompkms of Prcscott. one of the authors of the' present Arkansas constitution and c, E. Johnson of Ashdown. former chief justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court. 76,280.75 403.593.58 The camellia is named for the Jesuit botanist of the 17th century. George Kainel. Funeral Insurance PHONE 4431 COBB FUNERAL HOME R!ythcvill«, Arkansas 102.686.6-5 44,585.01 gations shown bclow> cvrirA ' ACCOvxTS Surplus Undivided profits '..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital).!! .$ 9,768,093.99 20U.OOO.OO 200,000,00 182,087.63 7,753.72 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS , 58984135 TOTAL LIABILITIES AXD CAPITAL ACCOUNTS s7o,357,93i.34 •This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with lotal par value-of $20000000 . , , MEMORANDA Assets pledjcd or assigned lo secure liabilities and for other I. R. L. Banister. C-shicr of the above-named bank"hereby ccrtl'fv'that , the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge andI belief. l R. L. Banister \ Correct—Attest: B. A. Lynch F. E. Warren J. L. cherry SUte of-Arkansas. County ol Mississippi ss: Doctors Sworn to and subscribed before me this 15th day of April, 1948. ^ ' E. R. Bryan, Notary Public. ! My commission expires March 25,.1351. For Sale State Certified D. & P. L. PLANTING SEED CLEANED & TREATED 6-8-12 Fertilizer Roseiand Gin Co. Rostand, Ark. Political Announcements Th» Courier • mtft **-' -. authorized to »nnotm« it cAndldfttes, ^aubicct to t^ COUNTY TUASCUk ' • i*r»rik Whitvorth COUNTY COVET CUBK Elizabeth Birth* FOE OOBONKB E. M. HOLT FOR COUNTY. AMEMOB L^ Herb * rt T ' *'> 1 «>*> bTATE KEPXEIKNI L. H. Autry L«ll* N. "Dukl«" ._ For Ccunijr JW«* Roland Ore*o F«r Circuit C»«r» tMt Harvey Morrfe lONE'S Beauty Shop , 111 Nwtk teJ li. OPEN KVKNfrVGg tr APPOINTMENT Operator* i Fijon PorUr Marie McLeod t Mildred Burnett , Ph«lM lilt You Art Cordially Invited to Visit The t • Accessory Shop j Feminint Apparel Mabel Hogan Jessie Srtte Hotel Noble Bld«. Blylheville, Ark. Continuous Shows Every Day 1 Box Office Open* 1:41' Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KUBf •• a-m. 12:« p.«. 4:M Satmrfcy Adventure Island with Rabert FleMtay with Grorre O'Brim Serial "Brick Bradford" N*. K and Short Cont. Showi Sat. II Kja»Il:M m.m Sunday and Monday Paramount News; Afe* Short* Cont. Showing Sun. 1:3I-U:M »•». Bo.x Of Bee OptM «;M Show Starts «:« Opens Sunday i:M; SUrU 1:11 Continuous Shows Sat * Su. Barsadn Mjht E»ery Nl[ht Except SatUria? No parses honored. *n Su4a? » KOXT Theatre Saturday Hard Rock Harrig " an Serial: "Canadian MnuUd" N». t and Short Cont'd Sh«w» Sat. 1X:» ta 11:M Sunday and Monday

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