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, JULY- 28, 1947 Dixie Flag Chase In Home Stretch Crox Appear Ready To Take Over Third Place From 'Nooga By WILLIAM A. SHIRKS United Press Sports Writer ATLANTA, Ga.. July 28. <UP> — The Southern Association thundered Into, the home stretch today with less than 50 playing dates re- jnaining on the schedule and the pl-out buttle for first division Berths developed into a tussle hotter than the struggles for first place. Atlanta's resurgent Crackers who nudged Nashville quietly out of the first' division last week appeared ready to oust Chattanooga from third place after taking a series with the Lookouts, three games to one. The Cuyleniien walloped the 'Noogans In both ends of ;i twin- bill here yesterday and moved into a tie for third position. Southpaw Forrest Thompson annexed his iGth win . of the season as Atlanta triumphed. 7 to 3 in the first game and Ken Gables made his Southern de- BLTTHBFHttLK CASI.T Successful Diamond Deals Put Dodgers in Line for Nat Flag BY CORNELIUS RYAN double nnd Taft Wright's slntslc in (United'n-ms Sports Writer) Ihe ninth settled the game NEW YORK. July 23. (UP)-- Cleveland nipped Washington in Because Brooklyn has a knark for a single ignme. '1 lo 1. to eiui a lasting opponents in baseball deals. fivc-gnme Nat winning streak. Lou the Dodgers were we!! on the way Bcudreau singled with' Dale Mitcli- National League Pennant e'l on third nnd Grnrge MclkD- vi:li on first bare, and smart, fast running by Metkovich enabled him to come all the way around lo score the winning run'. to. tlie today. Hceau.se Pittsburgh has a knack for (getting bestea by Brooklyn In those deals, tl'.e Pirates were very Kcrilcusly near the cellar again. The Dodgers dcfcnlcd the Pirate; twice yesterday. 8 to 4 -mil 11 lo 4 and gained a gfrne-and-a half on lUctroil fell two games behind Pirates Boston Ij.v splitting wilh the Athletics. 5. lo l for the. TlKers and lo 0 lor Philadelphia. Hill the Cardinals, who fell seven games trieh gave .more wa'k.-; than hits off the pace. Winning pitcher In in losing the first panic. Winning the firrt g!>me was Hank 'Bclir-, Pitcher Fred iHulchinsan doubled inim, sold early this year iv Brook-, homo three runs In the second Pittsburgh ' ' lyn to Pittsburgh and then returned .because he couldn't win. ine pitcher in tlie second game 'Kirbv Hlgbe, 'Dodger star sold - — - "•'«->*, „..., .m, „ to the Pirates at the same time two-run homer, and Sam Chapman as iBchrman, and who hasn't been ' """ " " able to beat the Brooks yet. lirook- '.vn won on both ends of the business deal us well us the doubleheader. The two victories ran Brooklyn's pitching G win in but, this season by Crackers to a 15 to nightcap. Galloping Oil Conn slapped his third homer in two games in the first game and Babe Ellis chipped in with a four-master for the Crackers in (he same tilt. Nashville meanwhile found trouble with sixth place Birmingham and lost ground in the fight to climb back into the first division as they split a twin bill with the Barons Birmingham took the first 3 (o 2 under theiv own protest after the vaunted Vol batpower failed to support young Bob Rush, who was j charged with his third loss of the Reason. VoLs Cop Nightcap. Veteran Leo Twardy hurled two- I hit ball in the seven-innin? night- I cap but Al Walker was the hero. I He smacked a pinch hit homer with I tlie bases loaded for the only Vol | scores, as Nashville triumphed 4-0. The split left the Vols one and a I half games back of Atlanta and inning. Dick Fowler allowed only four 'Detroit hits in winning the .secpnd game, and cot batting sup- W'l from Eddie Joost, who hit a and Mike Gurrra i doubles. Yesterday's stnrr—George Mel| kov,ich of Cleveland, who got two I hits ngalns-t. the Senators niu l} , ln 'scored the winning mm from flra: winning streak to nine gunics, and ! ' )sae D . v smart baseniiuiing on Loi they shared attention wilh the re- fiaudreau's single, surgent Boston Red Sox, who have I won seven in a row as they makej a belated effort to overhaul the Yankees. 1 •Brooklyn made H7 hits U) win Ihe opener, led by Carl Furillo. '.vlio hit three doubles and u single, and John jDrgenscn, who belt- Cooter Tops Lutes Team on League La'dder Iwo-nin iiomcr. T!ic Dodgers whacked Ht»be for five runs in the first two innings find continued of I his reliefers, wilh Jackin 'Robinson coUcctini; :i thr-so-run lioine run und pete Reiser gotiin? a bases-empty hosnor. St. Louis Loses . .. _ St. LcuU< lost valuab'e groumlisole ownershiu of second when Hairy <Brechccii, thoir clutch [ the league standings. pitcher, ran into 11 big Boston J'rave inning. The iBe;\nto\vncrs got five runs in the second inning and kept going for n 10 to 3 win. John Sain, the winning pitcher, got three of Boston's 18 hits. As urual, the New York GianU hit nurd too, getting is blows off five unhapny Chicatro Cubs pltcn- crs !iu a 12 to C Giant Uriu.ir'ii'. One of the Giant hits was Bob Thomson's homer, the 135th of the Grown Callahan Golf Champion E. B. Gee Jr. Wins First Flight, Gee Sr. Cops Second Flight Ur. 'John Callahan, of Sleele, Mo.. was crowned 1941 Blylhcvillc Conn- try Club membership champion yesterday by defeating Roland "Skecler" lilshop one up In 36 holes in ihe final match of the championship flight of Uils year's membership tournament. Callahan took a two hole lead on Bishop fop the fl rs t 18 holes yesterday morning with a 7ti lo Bish- cp'i 78, Hishhop came back in the second 18 with a 69 to Callahan's 70 to give Callahan a one stroke load for tin' ;t(i. cnllahan finished two under par for the day nnd llishop finished one under. Callahan advanced to the minis of the tourney pluy by defeating lust year's champion. George Hubbard Jr., one np in 20 holes and Dl.shop won over James Guard by default lo advance to the championship mutch. K. B. Gee Jr. diifcated Dr. J. E Beasloy fmir-up in three lo cop the championship of the first (light, uml E. B. Gcu- Sr. won over Mac Williams Sr., five and four to win toi honors In the .second flight. Bub Graves and Krwin Jones wll. meet this week to'decfde the championship of the third night. In the consolation matches, E. c Patton Will play the winner of the O. W. Afllick-liudy Vrska semi-dim match for the championship'of Hit first Might, consolation: Jimmy Stevenson will meet George Huburm Sr.. for the second night cojisola- lion championship and the wlnnei of the Prank Wagner Jr.,-Barrel Crane mutch will play the wlnnei of the Harry Whltis-A. H. Wallace match to decide the champlonshii of the third flight consolation. riv* Chattanooga—one of which Larry j season. for the team and the 15th I Gilbert will have to root out if I Nashville gains a place in the I StiauRlmessy playoff where two good I pitchers and overpowering plate (power can.win a Dixie Series bid. Seventh place Memphis trounced I second place New Orleans twice and I the first same proved one of the I most exciting in the loop to dale. I The Pelicans moved into an early I lead and the Chicks didn't tall? I until towering Ted Kluszewski I banged a two-run homer in the I sixth off George Dichl. The Prolh- Ij-o charges counted three times in 1 the eiehth and .Jim Atkins took over I for Diehl. working 'until the" 9th I when Walt Smola came on. The • Pels knotted the score in the ninth • with two tallies, one Al Flair's 21st • homer. Then both teams scored I once in the tenth and each scored I four runs in the eleventh. A Chick I tally in the twelfth gave them an | II to 10 decision. Prank Veverka worked nine inn- lings for the winners, giving wav |to Ed Weiland in the tenth. Homer Sprafdns and Al Shercr came on in the eleventh and Ray Harrell hurled ihe twelfth for the win. Dick Mauney blanked the Pels •with seven hits in the nightcap as • the Chicks won easily 7 to 0 Leftv •Tom Sunkel was the loser. I Mobile lost a 10-inning fracas to • Little Rock. 7 to C, but salvaged the Jnishtcap, 3 to 2. Nashville moves lo Atlanta tonight, Chattanooga goes into Bir- ninKham, New Orleans goes to Litle Rock and Memphis Mobile. Sotton Pickers Enter State Tourney Friday Tho . Blyiheviiie cotton Pickers, Hth District American Legion Jim- or.bastonll champions, drew u first ound, bye in the drawings for the la,te tournament at Little Bock 'caterduy. Tourney play will open at Lamur Porter Pleld in i.m) c rjocl; Thurs- Iny wilh itie dprciKiliiK slate :ham|>s, t),,. ulMl> Hook UouRn . boys, meeting iiic rori smith Vlc- ors. The Colion Pickers will meet hi) winner uf this till Friday Play In llic sim, MK , ot vvn j nmvc foin Ihe Lainar Poilcr Field lo the Travelers Field P , Mny . Ulll wlu l)c completed iliere. The North Lltllo Rock Wlklais will meet ihe Cnin- len Juniors at 1:00. n'cln.-k Friday and the Cotton pickers will play mniediately following. Tho tourney will | )c a double 'llmlnulion alfalr with the losers of .Friday ufleniaui>'n games meet- Ing Friday evenlnu, followed by Ihe mooting of on., iifternoon's winners. The winners o f (he latter gurnets goes ititH the Duals Saturday will decide the oilier fluallM,. from amiinu the one gaino losers and riiuils for both winners and losers will be played, Sunday afternoon stinting ,,t U:UO. ' The ' Donshboys obtained entry Into Ihe iminuiment by winning thp chamiiioiishlp last ycnr and are seeded in win ugtiln thin year. The other clubs gained entry into Ihfi tourney by winning the'lr respective loiirnnincnts lasl weekend. in a row in which a Giant slammed the ball cut of the park. iPhi'adelphia blasled 12 hil.s in each game with Cincinnati, but still got only a split of the doubleheader. The Reds won the first game. 5 to 1. as 'Kent Peterson managed to wiggle out of impending disaster despite the dczen lifts and Ihree walks to the Phils. In the nightcap, the 'Phils took a 6 to S decision when Gratly Hatton fumbled a grounder in the eighth inning and allowed Harry Walker £o score the winnme nm. The Red Sox pulled to within fr-1'2 games' -of the -.first plnce Yanks by beating the St. Lcuis Browns twice, 4 lo 3 and 11 to 2. Ted Williams, tremendous two-rim homer, a blast deep into the center field stands, featured the first game. IBob Dillingcr homered for the Browns, who scored their third run when Wil'iam.s muffed an easy flyliall. The Bosox got 16 hits, including Doni DiMaggio's homer, in winning the second game. Dave Ferris pitched his ninth victory and helped himself with three hits. Yanks I>o«n Witc Sox Chicago's White Sov went down to a 7 to 4 defeat before th Yankees ' in the first game, but rallied for a rtm in the ninth inning to win the nightcap, 5 to 4. Joe 'Dimassio's double and Phil R'zzuto's triple paced a five-run inning in the opener as the Yanks chr-sed Red Rufling. DiMaegio. John Lindell and pinch-hitter Larry Berra hit .second-game homers entertainsio kceo Mew York in a tic with ihe White Sox. but Luke Appling's The Cooler.- Mo., nine jjpt back in the running for the 'iMissis- sipui County lAuiateur Lcasue pen- nnnl, yesterdav aflernoon hy diiib- Lutes 10 to 5 to take over - - - --. ----- place '» the After Dosing two crucial panics lo Manila and Blj-theville Route Two, the Missmirians ended their losins; streak at, the expense of the Lutes team. Doc fUatfjer wcrk- eci on the mound for Cooler go- in*? the full route while Lutes \va? U5;in;? two hurlers. Clyde 'Lutes opened the contest but was relieved .in the second inning by John Mc- Hatfey after Cooler had scored tiyht runs. •The B'ythevillc Route T.ivo Look- >uts took a .stroiiRer grip on their ir.st plare hold b.v defeatiin: the Manila 'Cardinal*; t to 5 on the 3a : dil " ls< " e ' d '., ,„ . , ' cllc '-''y Vallna wilV make ,* A. W Fritz- -West hurled for first snowing Defore n Blythcvllle he Lookonts and huns im his audience when lie teams with Leftv nglilh straight win. Dsiails of l-acer in lonl B hfs lag feature of ,,me were not ava.lable this morn- , Ile < VC ekly W «,lUng proB r"m Wltlc Hlver took another step' '' VanT^^O^onnd'Tu n the ;c ap ,e ladder by defeating ' JM"^ nmtcTmS ,n U '." Cherry Valina To Make Mat Debut Tonight Local Anglfri Clti'im Record With Catch of 51-Inch Channel Catfish Charley Slakup and Arch l.ov«- lace, ^lylhevllli' busliiessiiien. p'io today clatinliig Hip laurels of hnv- hiB caught Hie lartsest liliie channel eatfisli ever to come out of Die Mississippi River In (his area. While Jug fishily on (he river near narfield Uncling Saturday morning, (he Iwo men hooked 1111 82'potiiulcr that tir.ve them a 30- miiuite striigglo before bcliiR i n in|- cd. The big cal mensiircd. r>l Inches In lenijth anil IS li-ches across Ihc head.: u wns pia <in disp..i.v in from of Mr. y'i,li:m>s .-.I'drlu s'^ip nn Norlh plr-,1 Sf. t '-. Satunlii teruoon. At Mir.' nine of Ihe catch, the i:u.\. v n- uslim incll. as ha','. nt- Dill hog BASEBALL STANDINGS MI.SS<'O.I.I.:AOUK BljLlieville lite, Cooler Manila Lutes Hlytheville . . -Yarliro Lltl'e Jllvcr Number Nine . Hiiffman . ... Armorel . ... W. L ..II 2, .. 10 a .. o :i ..84 .. 7 r> ..us .. T> 7 fiOBTHEKN IJUOCE W. U 07 41 Mobile New Oilcans ChatliLnccgn Atlanta Nashville' Birmingham T Memphis . Little neck .. Pet. IUII .700 .751 '.5«'i .545 Al'. .2.11 .167 .077 F'ct .030 at two himself an,, batting in c olher three. W P ElILs lurned hi perfect, day at the p'n"c wit"! three sinRles in three official trips to the plate. Meanwhile, Mead's Ely ........... •risers advanced to fourth place by defeating .Number Nine 10 to 8 oil i here last .-- ,. Promoter Mike Meroney's old reliable. Keene 11 trm- is n broUlcr of Charley Keene, a '" "''".veteran of the local ring. He team" ••hevil!" ccl wiln Joe Welch ln l"st week's ,!'.,„„ i™ i t[> S match. NATIONAL USAISOK Brooklyn St. Louis New York Boston Cincinnati . .. Chicago Pittsburgh . .. Philadelphia . AMERICAN LXAGTTE W. w York ............ 63 Boston ............. 52 Detroit ................ 40 Locke Again Blazes His Way To Victory IIV .1OIIN llllll.'il I'rnis Snorls Writer COLUMBUS. O,. .lilly .71). <U1>>- •r.erkian tigiror.s. accustomed lo lahina . oilier nations 1 championships, found themselves us HIIIIICIK- IH) today to ula7.ln»; .Hobby take (.f South Africa, who hns'demon- stralcd his muslcrv over U. B. uccs in .seven ol ilu> 12 Imirnnmenls in which he lius played. . Locke uc-inne the lending 'in-jucy wlnnor on the pro circuit yestcr- diiy when lie won .the SIIJ.OOO Columbus Invitational Tmirnnmont with a 72-hole total of 274,' 14 .iiitder .pur. ;AS. No. I pro he aip- iVunted HI-II Ilouiin ol Heishoy. I'n. The Soutli African swIiiRor, who .Wns tin; favorite at the .start of the lonrncy. flnlKli<:<l five strokes nhcad of volatile Jimmy Ueinnrnl of Ojai, Oal., who was .top pro dur- ini! tho whiten mculs. Melvin (Ohick) Harliert of Detroit wan third, nine strokes behind Locke' with 283. and 'Clnylon Ilenfncr of Clmrlwtter, N. C., Sam Snead of j Hot Siirlnitn, Va., and Harry Todd I of Dallas, 'IVx., were tied at 205. I •Lo:kc won the tournament In Ihe puurliiK rain—despite which ho ' shot i\ cnicklinij GS—his fourth .sub- i ]>:ir round. I •llnroert sol. a course record of 04 in ilhe third round Sunday Ellis Tosses One-Hitter For Holland Team Uehlnd the one-hit hurilnj of Prank Kills, of lilyllwllie, th«- Holland, Mo,, independent^- defeated Ihc strong. Caraway semi-pro nine " to i QIC t| lc Caruwny diamond f-Vltlay nbjht, Ellis, regular hurlar for the Hlythovlllc Tigers of the Mississippi County Amateur ix"«uue, wns liono'.icd by ihc MLssunrlan.s and Ki'l the Caruwny nine down with, one Imio run, (luit being scored on nn ui-ror. Caraway is a member of the Norllii'asl Arkansas Semi-pro League. Glenn Hunch, finally Inflelder for the Ynrbro club, also a mem- urr of the Mlssissipjji county Amateur League, was a- stellar defon- slvo slur for the llnlland club from Ins short slop position, Murllnarif- fln worked behind the plute fot the Missouri:!!). 1 .. iMcmhers of ('ho Holland lineup were Workjiiim, second tui.ie; Hen ley, third base; A. C, Bunch, cen lei field; Ctrl;!In, ciilcher; Oliiill Bunch, short atop; dulnus, first bane; I'ritchnrd. left field; Cahoon right field; and KlllH, pitcher. morning, but ruined liis. chunco w)ii.n he igok a 73 on the' lina lour, His failure lo'ccmo up'wlU anolhcr |>licnoincnal round mldiM n touch of dr.inui to the Locke nomurc-t 1 duel since' il' 'miiile. th lohrncy a two-man propusltloii. I'Vii' his victory Locke/ recelvci J2.00P, making his total earning .since he camit lo I ho United Stale; III April $20.637.BO. ., i FOR SALE 6-toot .Koch Meat Display Case. Completely rebuilt. Like new. Equipped with new 1-3 HP Frigidairo Compressor. ;*m DELL SCOTT REFRIGERATION CO. 1211 W. Main St. Are Your Wheels Out of Line? Is your car the one that doesn't track itseiiY Arc your wheels oul of line causing excess tire wear, endangcrint; your life with every oulinj?? Get quick alignment service now and avoid Jrouble on the road. We use precision equipment and expert mechanics. Bluthenileiyiotor Co. 'UcKs PHONE Gulf Gas Wrecker Service Fisk Tires Owned & Operated by Tom A. Little Jr, mat Bloody and Pacer need no in- the .Air 'ease "diamond"' Prank Ellis troduct i»n in Blythcvllle as both started on Die mound for the Ti'<*-' llre ve tcrans. They are both con- eis but pave way to Burl Wilson slrtere<1 dangerous opponents, and In the third frame, and retired' llnve il B °°d knowle<lge of rough the outfield. Ellis came back nnrt tumble tactics, to the mound in the eiahth frame' In tllc tw ° Ollc fn " preliminary t^ finish the contest. Bai'ey and "latches, valina wil! tangle with O'Konc shared the mound duties f"r Number Nine. Chp.pman. the /Timers' catcher, vnced his team at bat with three hits in four official trips to Ui« p'ale. two of the doubles. Ed Hall picod the losers with two doubles and a sinele in three official times :it bat. Bailey slammed out two trip'cs in three trips. | lArmorel was shoved deeper into the league cellar iy a 6 to 5 beat- in? ai. the the hands of the Huffman nine. 'Cecil Whittle pitcherl for the victors and was credited with the win. The loss was charged lo Richards, who served In a relief role for tho Armorel team. Philadelphia Cleveland Washington Chicago SL'.'inuls' Moody and Pacer will meet Keene. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Nitjht games: Mobile al Memphis. Nashville at Atlanta. Chattanooga at (Birmingham. New Orleans at Little Rock. NATIONAL LEAGUE Biook'yn nt Chicago. Bos ten at St. Louis. 'New York at Cincinnati. Only games .scheduled. Cross/ey Crowned Champ Of Public Links Golfers MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. July 28. (UP)—Will Crosslcy took the cup for the 1947 Municipal Golf championship home to Atlanta, Cin , today. Croslcy proved he was the best of the nation's public links golfers when he heat Avcry Beck, Raleigh, AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit at New York, night. Chicago at Philadelphia, night. Only games -scheduled. .. « .. 40 .. 41 .. *1 .. 32' Pet 32 .063 40 .565 Oil .495 .471 .461 41 .430 MM- Yestercfay7 S : Results MISBCO • I.F,A<iUK Huffman-6. 'Armorel S. iBlytlievlllc 10, Numlxir Nine 8. Cooter 10; Lutes 5. ; , Blytheville Route Two 7. Mnnila Little River 5. Ynrbro 4. 5; SOUTHERN LEAGUE Mempjiis 1U7, New Orleans 10-0 Atiaata 7-15. Chattanooga 3-G. 'Blrmineliam 3-0. Nashville 2-4. (Little. <Rock 7-2, Mobile 0-3. N. C., six up and five,to.go.v •The new champion is a 34-year- old insurance underwriter. whose golf is strictly a a spare time affair like that of most week-end club- luggers. He only recently moved from Boston to Atlanta. Plumber Wanted • Permanent Position • Good Working Conditions •Top Wages to Qualified Man Contact CRANE-LANEY LUMBER CO. Osceola, Ark, RAN FRANCISCO (UP) -Nearly 85 per cent of the American people live in areas where it is legal to purchase wine by the package or ,the drink, the "Wine Institute an nouiiccd after completing a na tionwidc survey. Tlie rcmaininsj 15 per cent live in areas where stal or local jirohibltion Jaws ban th .sale of all wines. : NATIONAL LEAGUE ' New York 12, Chicago 6. ; Brooklyn 8-H, PiUsburgh •!-•!. second gsiiic called seventh, curlew. Cincinnati 5-5, Philadelphia 1-6. called ond of eighth, darkness. Iloston 10, St. Louis 3. AMERICAN LEAGU* New York 7-4. Clilcago 4-5. Cleveland 2, Washington 1. Detroit ( 5-0, Philadelphia 1-5. Boston 4-11, St. Louis 3-2. Your Credit Is Good DELTA! .ocaI Alt-Stars lay Osceola ream Tonight K The Dlythcvlllc .All-Stars will cet I ho Osceola junior* Leiiion Juseball (earn tonight at 8 clock at HIE Osceola. High Qhool Athletic Field, BUI DC- e, manager of the cx-Lcf>lon earn announced this morning. The. All-Stars'are cbnipri.v.il of luycrs who |>layed lor the ,3|y'- lOVlllo American Legtoa junior !«!« Ill 1046 and 1910. Lineup for tonight's tilt will K Fontt;r, catcher; Lancashire, rsL bnse; Wlxson, .second base; D. Culdwull, short stop- Johnson, hlrd Imse; Parr, left fhld; Hood, enter field; Lutes or Dales, right- lold; uml c. OiilitwMI. pltehor. Teams In this viclnitv that are ntcresled I nsnmes wi'ji the All- Stars, are naked to contact Dan Caldwell at 247,7 In Blytheville or itKu CJlurk at the Courier Bring Tractors or Combines to Us for Repairs Get ready for the fall rush by using your credit with nn. We arrange long, ciisy payments on aJl rcpftir work done on fnrm macliinory. Here you got the best in factory-trained mechanics lo jiroperly condition your machinery for Um coming season. See us today for an estimate on all work you need done! me. INTERNATIONAL "HARVESTER 3/2 SOUTH2ZPST. PHONE863 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA LOWEST ADMISSION PKICE ANYWHERE I Reserved Seals on Sale at the legion Arena from 6 p. m. Every Monday ADULTS 45c — CHILDREN 15< Monday, July 28th t T « include) ' ' BOX SEATS 15c EXTRA TAG MATCH CHERRY VALINA and LEFTY PACER versus DON KEENE and JACK MOQDY ALSO 2 1-FALL, 30 MINUTE MATCHES Cherry Valina ^ Don Keene **• '^ YS. Jack Moody \ Lefty Pacer Open at 7:00 p.tn.; Starts 1:30 pi Last Time Today ' x M-d-M's Diiroarious Musical Ilk "NO LEAVE, NO LOVE" with .-v ; •; ; Van .Jcilmsnn :nu! Ki'cnun Wynn I'lirainiiunl Ntiw.s nnil Sli Tuesday '.''." 'Beauty and the Bandit' till! CISCO Rill III, i "•"' . Tlie , Vfiijlantes New Theater Manila's Finest . Bho»« CVKUT NIOHT H»itne« gnlnrday & Sunday . Box. Open* -Week »uy» 7;p« pm. ^.-B«n. 1 p.ra, Cont • \A\ni Time TrMny \ 'My Brother Talks to Horses" wilh . llnlch Jenkins uni/ I'<;lcr I.awfonl Seleclcii Shorts Tuesday "Gunsmoke Ranch" Midi Kit Carson, Daiut Andrews COMIN<; SOON! David O. Sclznlck's "DUEL IN THE SUN" with :Jrenory IVck anil Jennifer Joncx RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Monday and Tuesday ROMANCE UNUMITED in Jimmy's ME • picture! UK l-Otll . AM CMK • H OKOM.'. fm i iKi 'f m* Mk.IMI RKO News and Short

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