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Braves Stretch League Lead To Widest Margin of Season By 7-3 Win Over Philadelphia aV Cari KiiDdquifti VrMH fnm Sporl. Writtr *»W TO«at, July I. (U.P.)—What about an J«dian World *««i Indian feunoMr eom*« up In Octobw? That', th, uu«tion lo!k« were asking today )» Mo.,lo,, «,,d Cleveland »nd If thinei wind up o« Oct. J *6 they are now on July a, It win be Billy fcmthwc*th'« Bravei a«aln>t j/m Boudre»u'« Indians In the binge*!, pow- »ow abxe they opened th« Cherokee slrip. IU«b> now, the Biave* look«i like «. 1 little safer bet to be on the res- ir»ation come World Series lime. they fattened llielr National League S*ad to 3',4 g»mes last nighU-wid- «»t that my learn lias enjoyed in either loop this season—>.-hcn *ey xcalped Hie Phils, 1 to 3. banning out 12 hits and capitalizing on !our errors. Bob Hogue. who pitched Iwo-hit relief ball for seven Inning!; was ihe victor. Bob Billon's two run homer wai the big blow tor hie Braves, Tlie Indians remained half a fame In front of the second place Athletics in the American league by coming from behind lo lop ihe Browns, t to e al St. Loui, Bs ,i oe Oordon drove in four runs with two homers. Al Zarilla hit homers In the first and second innings to pace the Browns to a 5-2 lead after »'hich Gordon took over. Walt Mastcrson of Hie Senators won one of the lop pitching battles of the season, 3 and 1, nt New York in the 12th inning when Garden Gllkniriter hit a homer to beat lefty Tommy Byrne. Mnsier- M>n gave up only three hits and Byrne yielded but five. In Die duel. A's R«t Red s»i Th« Athletics remained half-a- jame behind Cleveland by defeating the Red Sox, < to 2, at Boston, •napping Joe Dotuon'c six-game winning streak. Dobson held Philadelphia to one hit for four innings hut (he A'j put over two run rallies In the fifth and sixth to sew up the game. Lefts- Lou Brissie went the route tor his seventh victory. The While Sox npsel Ihe Tigers S lo 2 at Chicago as little Marino Pieretti pitched six-hit ball to win his second game since coming to Chicago from Ihe Senators. The Reds handed the cardinals their fourth straight defeat, 7 lo 3 at Cincinnati and moved Into sixth place ahead of Brooklyn. RUM Meyer of the Cubs breczcrt lo \ 5 to 1 decision over the pirates at Pittsburgh. Meyer cashed In no (our unearned runs which beat Rookie Bob chesncs, who gave up only (our hits In defeat. The Olanli put over three runs In the ninth Inning to defeat the Dodgers, « to 4. at Brooklyn. Manager Leo Durocher, trying anything, put three catchers Into the lineup—rookie Roy campaiiella be- hln dthe bat. Bruce Edwards al third and Gil Hodges at first, \vil- lard Marshall's homer wns the l>ig blow of the inning, u wns Brooklyn's sixth straight defeat and placed it in a virtual last place lie with Chicago. Baseball Standings 80DTHKRN 1XA(,1'K , ... W. t,. Pet. aslivilie 4fl 2«i .036 Mobil* 1 4^ 31 ^2 Memphis . .'.' ...42 34 .'^5.1 Birmingham 30 37 5^ Atlanta M 4.1 [«3 New OrlCAiiB 33 43 434 Lilt IP Rock 3] 4j 4[i) Chan:inooxn 31 47 307 NATIONAL IJ:AGUE W. L. Pet. SI. lau'a 35 30 .5M 30 -n , \m+n.f WUIVJfc Chicks Beat Vols; t™™tf™t°<_ Bears Edge Crax New York Philadelphia Cincinnati Hrookji u Chicago AMKKICVtN Cleveland Philadelphia . ,., New York Hastflu Washington . ... Den-oil . St. Louis Chicago .33 . ,H . 30 W. . 40 . 43 . 39 '. 31 . 30 . 28 . 20 .516 .4+8 .60S :501 .5CS .410 .103 .391 .328 Southern L»agu*'« 'Winning*^' Hurlcri loth Handed Scfbocks ATLANTA. Oa., July 5. ~(UP)_ ne Southern Ass'iclatlon's two wlnningesL pitchers were cut down l« nonnal .tir* tcKiay—tciniwrarlly at least. The Memphis Chicks gave Ntshvllle's ix» Twnnly his third wlback. 13-to-6 last night, anil Atlanta's Norman llrown Miflered his fifth deiest In losing to Mobile, 4 to 3. Both liurlcr.s have won 12 games to lead the league. Twardy twirled eight Innings against Ihe Chlckasuws and the Memphis outfit collected 21 lilts in lhatgame. The foremost of lhe.se wns Roy Bueschcn's ninth-Inning home run wlih none an. . Hugh Mulcahy, HIR old Philtulvl- I pnla Philiie. canie ]n during the of eighth inning lo chalk up a victory. The tols had only nine hits. Hrovra. the Crnckcr lesser cvl- nently had ,,,,t overcome the effects , „«„„„.., ,, IMtJ , .,.%„ ,„„,„ IHIc rally. Anil ihc Dear's one rim Looms; Folkenburg Wins Singles Titles WIMBLFrOH. Bug., July 3. (UP) 4. —A great American sweep of titles ' WM i/i the ninklns: today »* four championships were put on the lim in 'he final day of Ihe hisloiic Wimbledon Twiuls Tournament With the men's singles C | OV>1 , safely tucked away yesterday by young Bob J-alkenburg of Uoll'- wood, Cal.. and two Bll-America.i I nn s coming „;, hi t |, e WO nim'.s .-ihigles and women's doubles ino United Stales was assured of at least. 3 1 2 and possibly 4 1 2 of tiw live cr,velcrt titles. In the wlnd-iiu to the women s Mtiglcs. U. S. National Chump, m Louise IJjough of Beverly Hills Ci! laced plucky Doris Hart of Mlnm'i' Kla.. rind Miss Biougli was a slronu' favorite, in women's doubles .it WM MIS.S Brough mi d Mrs. Miirgnrev Osborne du Pont of Bellcvue Del favored over Miss Hart and' Mrs' Patricia Canning Todd of Lajolla,' An American (e.-.m of Tom Brown Sun Francisco and Gardnar Mulloy oc Miami. Pla., faced an Australian team of Jack BroniKich mid Prnii< Scdgman in the „,,,„•., linalA-. The Au.sslcs w.-rc Mountain Dive . The Yonks had one B irl on each the finalist teams In the mixed Six-Man Tag Match Booked By Meroney ha7°some r ''h er * re * M ' ke Meron «' planned for the second weekly wrestling program to be held in the %?, ? .1 !?.* _?}«»lorlum Monday A special card calculated to make Ten Blytheville Golfers Qualify For Tournament Ten llnksmen had completed play BMhP niT 1 " 3 "^ romids for 'he U ytheyille Country Club city championship golf tournament and an. Lowest scores made In qualifying rounds to date were a one-over- par 75 shot by the Rev. B. p. Mc- »„*» 7. wnitits MTvm UKE par (a snot bv ihe npv B w \t~ S'th'i ,?r. rem .",^-»'; n ^^^"^""yo^H^rd Yeiterday'j Resulti SOUTHERN I.CAGUC Memphis 13, Nashville 6 Mobile <. Allanta 3 Birmingham 6. New Orleans } Lilile Hook 5. Chatlanooga 2 NATIONAL l.l.AGUK New York 6. Brooklyn 4. Boston 7. Philadelphia 3. Chicago S. Pittsburgh i, Cincinnati 7, si. Louis 2. AMERICAN LKAGUF. Washington 2, Now York 1. Philadelphia 4, Boston 3. Chicago 5. Detroit '2 Cleveland B. St. Loui.s « Today'* Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night gamc.s. LitUe Rock nt Memphis. Chattanooga at Nashville. Mobile at Ni'W Orleans. Only games scheduled. NATIONAL t.KACUK Boston nt Philadelphia. New York at Brooklyn. Only games schctlulcd. AMERICAN I.EAOOK Detroit at Cliicngo. Cleveland at St. Lonls. Washington at New York. Philadelphia tu Boston. Englishman Is Winner Of British Open Golf the two aboard. ' Ck lo on," 'avorcd " .. tu -^. 1MC Travs conrcntratcd their attack in the first fifth and eighth Innings for the trlimiuli. Chattanooga's Alex Zukowski. the loser, gave way to Jack UiiVumi McKlnney ln the eighth, but the damnge hnd been done. Little Rock had 13 hits and e Ihe gnnic, thrust himself right into contention [or a spot on the U S Davis Cup team by his unexpccu: I and super-dramatic victory In t:iu men's singles. The Ciilllornla. youngster lip.srt heavily- fnvoied Broinwicl) in Ihe tame t „ f ._-. j. v.«i,.ti c n 3-lA-f )HI] 1JVV ag match that. If the matmen ad- I Jr. nere to form, will crowd the i (luring the more heated phases of the main event. Two teams of t hree men each v.... M,,! 1 ?" ,'* rc eular Partnerships' Monday night. And this coriglomer- - - - atlon of muscle *!,, split .up into! On |y $60 hstCOd Bandit Demands $25,000 But Gets . ... ...u.^jc WU1 S p UL U |j JJJ^Q silo*- for a U ' ip1e prellmlnar y Bill Canny. Dale Wayne and Billy "™''" """slated 10 pit their Indi- ™iiective strategy and Brooks vidual against and Lester. ' ' In the three one-fall, 30-minute line limit prelims. Brooks will meet Lester Welch, Wayne wm tan|!le SEARCY. Ark., July 3. _IUP>- Police had only meager clues today of a slightly-built SATURDAY, JULY a. 1948 Negro Deaths <RFl J," eral se " lce< for Brlce Oliver 48, Negro, will be conducted at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Ihe Pleasant Grove Methodist Church in HemZ- He d\lf' b L ^ V - F ' M ' Jack » n ' r, I, 61l<fdel)1 y at »H5 home on Hose Street, Tuesday after suffer, RHH nf' attnck ' He hil<1 bee " 1» Blytheville for about 18 years Survivors are his wife, noxie Oliver, ht. mother, three sisters and two bro- hers. The Caston Funeral Home It In charge of the an-nagenients. Funeral services lor MOse Barner, 48, who died Tuesday at the Thomas McKay Sanltorlum In Alexan- • der, Ark., will be conducted at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Cost on Chapel by the Rev. E. Pitts. Barnii t farmer In the Slionyo community had been in the snnitorium almost a year. He is survived wife, Kate, and two sons. i be In the Shonyo Cemetery. the for lank cashier's wallet last night |,,. I stead of the S25.000 he demanded Irojn a bank vault. The robber was calmly seated in the living room of the home of Mr. ,., —' •• "jint «iu Liiiii;ie . ,. — —.*.!- w » mi. with Jack welch and canny will and Mrs - A - •>• Stephens Inst night clash with noy Welch wnc " lh " couple returned from AHJiough there will be mile nc( , ( i mavle «t 10 p.m. ' for It In such mass mauling any Stephens, who is cashier of • underlying spark of enmity prob-1 Senrc >' Bilnk . sn\A the man ordered aby will be kept famicci Into a M 1 '™ to 8° to the bank and get : hot flame by canny and Roy S2;) ' 000 ollt °f «>c vault and turn It i Welch. These two harbor no lost over lo "'">• ove for one another and may well I, Tlle bnnk official said he told the j ne the ringleaders of the two trios.! 1)a ."<t't It would be impossible to ob- I Alftt fflllS .1 r~f> -1^^, fir,(., i „,! ...tn. tfli(l th& Ml^tlnt' lm/n»« n.ln _ BLYTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATPF Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 p m •t Saturday 1:00 p.m.; Sunday 2 p.m. Mat fans are acquainted „•„,„ all six grapplers ou the basis of past bookings here. Roy and Lester Welch are returnees from last WR.S aided by three Lookout errors fl ,, i ' ,— — "" "' "'^ I The HirmiiiRham Barons turned I l"?\ ',° l "V >™ l "?*' J - ™- °~ 6 - «'?. I eight hits into a bona fide often- 0 " r6 'L 5 '/'"; "'") ' 'rm* 10 " '" pc ' u ! slve to pop New Orleans, 6-to-3 The ' ,, <lra . m . a '" llle " uh set whe.i 1 Steel City club was behind by Alex i Ur °' n ;' lc " , r ; dtt " 5 ' 2 lcad '» 8«nie.;. I Ronay's steady lO-hlt pitching as I , '" ' ' e-imc, and WAS I they grabbed a 3-2 lead in the third 1 ", utle poi " t awn y ll:om "'" I Inning and never gave it up, adding "".^""'Onshm.- ! liberally In ihe fifth and seventh. i Little RoclTGolfer Leads 3rd Round Of Detroit Meet Fulkciiburg loiif-hi bac'< 1 from match point and, with hi.; I !iieat booming s^rvc doing most ol the work, he won thr; next liv games to take Ihe match. On Ih- Jlnni point, he .slummed' over A service ace, Falkenbnrg became the ei^ht'i American to win the nil-England crown. Ucfoie him came Big Hill Tilden in 1020. 1921, auo! 1930. Lii DETROIT, July 3. (UPl — Wi'V hU putter waving !lke a magic wand i - « ^-^. ^u- E. J. (Dutch) Harrison of Little I " e Bi " Johnston In 1923, Sidney B Rock, Ark, \M the rniy Into the ' Woo<i - Jr.. in 1B31, Ellsworlli Vim-'. Ililrd round of the Motor City Open I '» 1B32 . Uo» Bticlgc. in 1937 and Golf tournament today with a 38- I 1M8 . Br>bby RigRs in 1039 and Jai-k hole score of 137 ami a one-stroke , Kramer last year, lead. _ _ Headed for a B;, n fl, Alberta pool, this Ri-acclul young marl appears lo have dived over the snow-capped crest of a Cascade Peak towering 84.00 leet. Forrest City Team Next on Schedule For Cotton Pickers Legion's Coiton Pickers will week's matches, which" were Hrst held In the new arena. the Manila Lions Seek Funds To Improve Cemetery The Lions Club at Manila is sponsoring a drive for funds for the Manila Cemetery, c. Tipton tain the money before 8:30 am the following day because of a lime lock device on the vault door Stephens then offered the hi s carrying in The travel to , . . pton head of the Manila Cemetery Association said today. He added that , lie association had appealed to the ^A la ^»££X manner, and lo buy more lots jacker the cash he wa a wallet, which amounted to about 560, The robber took It and !c/t Stephens said the man had come to his home one nigbt two weeks ago and asked him for help In get- tine a stalled car started. The faearcy banker said he told the man to call a garage or the police and the man left. Police believed today he had planned the robbery at that time but had lost his nerve. •ST,£!!*.«', :^^--"^s, m om « „»! d ?» al 1 "t,,,, hU Mwi-Iit. the uobably „„, onlv "one | ^ , ™ : club's miles. game Monday is diJled for them Ih of July weekc Tipton explained that nil the present lots are sold and that it is necessary that the boundaries be extended, and that this need has the j called tor additional funds It is -™- expected that the Lions Club will 25 Enter Singles Tourament for Tennis Players Three additional entries in the Wytheville 'Y' men's singles tennis tournament that begins Monday have been received, raising Ihe total of entrants to 25. the Rev. Harvey Klrtd, co-director of entries *airi today. The latest entries are Bobby cul- nson, Harry Parr rfirt Rouse Harp. The other 22 entries were announced Wednesday. Today l s (he deadline for en >•- >ng the tournament. Ihe Rev. Mr. ,i>. IM Kidd said. Match play begins Mori- j again yesterday with n 284 aile- day and must be completed by July I piilli.M t« K cthci a 75 nn<< 72 in lh« 10. he said. Tlie matches will be. i last two ruinids played on the 'Y' court, at Walker ! Closet Anu-ricun lo Cotton wns burly Johnny Dulla of Phoenix. Aril., who lied for sixth place wifl N«W Manager is Homed j O., wlniirr of the" lirlikli am»irJr for Helena Ball Club '^- " as ° 111 ot llle money w,i.i I .--onrt ai 138. What put the A r- Kansns traveler on top was a lour- ' under pur 67 in the second round ycstcKlny. i Those lied for the runner-up spot. I were Bobby Locke of South Africa Johnny Palmer or Bndln, H. C \ ' Jim 'IMrnesa of Ehnsford, N. Y and host pro chick Ilarbert. Of ' j Ihesc the gnllety wns most impressed by ynunn Pnlmor. who used onlv 31 pim.s In ROliiR round Ihe Meni rtowbrook Course on the second ! round. Heroic Chaplain SHARON. Vt. (UP)—The tiny Congregational parish at Sharon has as its minister the widow of the Rev. George Pox. one of four heroic chaplains who gave their lives for others when the u S ism is commemorated in i Comic Magazine Editors to Clean ( Up Publications . Californian Meet In College Golf Tourney STANFORD, Cal.. July 3 (UP) —Us Texns vs. California today as lanky Ed Hopkins of the University ol Texas tangles with shorty Bob Harris of Sal) Jose State Colle-e for the National Collegiate golf championship. The Mutt and Jeff ac t of the olsl annual collegiate event will be announce definite plans ~fo7 this' a 36-hole fina'ic.'' with 18 holes In dme for funds in the near future. | »'e morning and another 18 in the «r - j Ons CIuh S rouD will meet i afternoon over the rugged Stantord Wednesday at the Big Lake Recrea- j University golf couJe tion Park for their annual fish ! try and Installation of officers. : Read Courier News Want Ads Iivitatkins have been given Lions i - Tonight "BILLY THE KID GUN JUSTICE" wilh Bob Stcele and Al (Fuzzy) St. John Serial: "Mystery of the River Boaf Also Cartoon Saturday Owl Show Starts 11:00 p.m. SKALD MOHR- JAMS CARTER -: — ^^ill^iS-^Lffl'" '>'«" air Serial: "The Black Widow" Also Cartoon Sunday and Monday "North of Rio Grande with Russ "Lucky" I.iydcn Also Comedy ••< yesterday the I ot editorial ( postage stamp, said she" dcdd", £ ' of^h^'^icaUons wWch'h^f" 1 ,™:.': 5 ' ° n .. hi . s work ^"\ ^ "***« ' circulation of M.ooS h * ', " they needed a minister here." She says the task of ministering isi Biuiin wpe/I Vio/f Phillips County Planter i snnany" and at weddings choir re Meet; American Is Sixth l^^s Judge Keck on \^™$^™&£±Z ™^ , uome, fish Commission Unction" Scotland. July J. j LITl'LE ROCK. Ark.. July MU1RPIELD. (UP)— Ancient Henry Cotton, thr; (Icnn ol Great Britain's golfers, hud his third British Open goll title :o- dn.v but n <vns tlic only one nl five championships thai lliitain man- iiswl to save from invading Americans tins year. Col ton. who previously won thj British open in 1934 ;>nd" 1937, won •-•> •. 4 ajij L\VJV>XX, t\I d... JUIV .1 I ' — i" »u^"' B ni; L ^iS "o?! 0«*-of-Stflt. Motorist John Campbell of Helena as a mem- Not Tagged in Boston her of ,h. Slate Game and Fish ! KOSTON (UP, - Ouu-oJ-stole Commion T h^ PI in rcech Ju l.e' F" SK " -- '""toi'lsls who eornmii parking vio- lnltous in Boslon lhls s Judge Keck, chairman of tlu 1 oomntission [or the past lew year.;. ; i was not clifiblc for reappointmcnt under Ihe law. Tlic term is for sev- ) ' en years. I , " lil - vtllc - llk(1 "ie way they'll be lagged instead of the ctisloraarv ticket I " "lue and white attached to their monthly. "" COP ' CS I'hil Kcenan, president of the • newly formed association. «ilcl 14 of i the 34 publishers in Ihe industry ! had BRreefl to the following six I Point code: ,i 1. Crime should not be prc- I scntcd in such a , v .-iy as to throw > sympathy against Inw and justice! or to inspire others with the desire ' for Imitation. No comics shall .show I the ilclaiis ami methods ot a crime ' commlltetl by n youth. Policemen 1 judges, Government officials and j respected Institutions should noi be portrayed as stupid or ineffective or represented in such a way as to ' weaken respect for established ruith- ! STOP Fried CHICKEN At RUSTIC INN Osceola, Ark. Iced MELONS Open 11 A. M.—12 I'. M. Durin K July and August M. L. Mayo, Proprietor Wildkittens of Lange Bow to Boys on Division ..,..„ Thr Division Street Rlnky-Dlnks > ,„ * on , mi , ; pA rtefcnicd the Launc Plrvvgrmmd • Ue<1 ' Olympic Crew Berths •'••'<ft\. i iik^^lUlUlU Wildkittens 15 (o 6 In a name played , -r , , ~ . , ---••- runinonri' Telephone Company Asks PRINCETON. N. j.. July .1 , UP , HELENA. Ark.. July .'„ _(rjp)_ Mike Sertich, former catcher with , Mayfield, Ky., arrived here loday to | Sooqfit bv 3 assume the managership of the 1 * * ' Helena Seaponcrs In Ihe Cotton States League. He succeeds pitcher tiri,,,,,,. ,, " •' " '"• ' Tince Leonard who has been act-? T,7 , ' IIllrvarJ - "»<i Califor- in K manager since the uspens on of et'io H^I ""^"^ ""*""*• Wre Woody Johnson 30 days ago c, (o ,. dnsh on "™ **ter 5 ot Lake ^^m^ tt ^x^^\S^ M ^"^ "--"-'--• ""nr,;r;;,e"^Tj;^. . mnf 25 PP - fcill Br^^ m " 0 ;- ss«- -- : -r v- *^ llw U15itc ",-"n- S'-ss-o-s sc<>ri " g ^ i "i;H : ' ; ^^ — «S -SZ<h MlS I '^^"Sn^r-o, IS « ^M."i-.. -! --^ t!-i T^l — am! with San Antonio In Ihe Texas the Division Street JTslcrdny ndcrnoon. Members of boll] (cams arc 10 years old and younger. The teams wore orpauiMMl as part of the activities of ihc new Lntise school playground being operated t|ii s Summer by the Blyihevillc 'Y'. With the exception of the fourth mning. in which the Rinky-Dlnks "conrte.sy" tag cnr.i. One side of the tag will have j oriiy. a picture of Boston's historical Fan- j 2. No scenes of sadistic torture ' eui! Hall and a welcome by Mayor! should be shown. j James M. Curlcy. The other'side will. 3. Sexy, wanton comics should have « pleasant admonition iuid af- , "ot be published. No drawing should fable reminder that an offense, has show a female indecently or imriulvi '"""' """ "•" ' exposed and In no event more midc ! than in bathiiHr suit commonly ' Rote Hike for Stuttgart LITTLE ROCK, Avk.. July H. 'Lif*'—Anoihcr Arkansas (etcpho'.io company has asked tin- Sl:vte Public Service Commission lor permi.'.- sion Ui increase its rftie.s, 'I'hc Soutluvcstern Staler Tc 1 ?- photi worn in tlic United States. " ! •(. Vulgar and obscene language should never be used. Slang should • be kept to a minimum and used • only when essential (o the story. I 5. Divorce should not be treated • humorously nor represented i\s gin- i morons or aJhirme. 1 . 6. Ridicule or aliack on any re-• Company of Stuttgart would 'Unions or racial group is never" pcr- nites SM.607 nnmiallv — or ! missiblc. League. pmposeil by the linn m- v70 per monih lor a siiiflt- party bu.slr.ess phono ;$4.50 lor a two parly biiMnr.u plione; {3.25 fo.' a single parly residential instrument: and S2..>0 (or a two party residential phone. save way to joclic Hall when wiVd'- nc.« got him lino Iroublc. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA SEATS 15c BXTHA (Tax Included} 6 MAN TAG MATCH •ILL CANNY, DALE WAYNE, B.LLY BROOKS ROY, JACK, & LESTER WELCH 3 1-Fail, 30-Minute Matches W At the Pig Stand Old Fashioned PIT BARBECE The delicious lasle thrill of mil. honesl-i () . K , HH |. ness pit bartiecucd pis i s yours nun- al ihe Tiif Sland. You've been wailing (or il and now it's here. And pij; sandwiches . . . only 2Sc. RUSTIC INN Daughter Elks Barbecue Picnic CANCELLED! Due lo unavoidable difficulties Ihe picnic scheduled fnr Sundiiy at the nld l,o x Cnbin Museum i s rc K rc!fuilv cancelled. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Tonight "BAR 20 JUSTICE" with Horalone I'assiHy f':irtOf>ri and ls( Chapter "Masked Marvel" Saturday Owl Slimv "GAME OF DEATH" wilh John I.orler and Audrey I, ons Also Cartoon Sunday and Monday Tuesday Hunicipa! Swimming Pool SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT He K inninjT Wednesday, June 30(1,, (he ptiol al \\alker f'ark will I )C open on Wednesday and Saturday morning from n:ao to 11 :30, admission 20c lo everybody. This change is made for (he convenience nf ofher cnm- niunilics in this area having .summer recreational programs. CHICKASAW ATHLETIC CLUB OPERATORS 'Swim For Health and Recreation' Special Rales lo Private 1'rti'lies Afler 9 P. ,M. Russell Moseley, Mjfr. Phone .(961 TOUQK TERRIFIC ACTION! SIR CEDRIC KARDWICKE JUDITH ANDERSON JAMES GIEA50N < !•*'. ANTHONT QUINN New I Manila s finest Shows KVUKY NUlM'l' Box Oytns Week Days 7:90 p n Mitinw Saturday A Sund»j' Sal.-Sun. I p.m. Conl shBwteg Tonight "Public Cowboy No. V with Gene Autry and Smiley Burnett* Saturday Owl Show "BLOCKHEADS" with l.aurtl and Harrfy Sunday and Monday "In Old Los AnaeUs" with William Ellintt »nd John Carroll

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