The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 15, 1947 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 15, 1947
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BLYTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NZWB FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1947 Students •Attend Rush Party number of Blythcvllle college .JiW BO to Hot Springs tills .-•kend for one of the laigest rusli p«rtle» of the Summer season, when XI chaptei of Kappa Sigma fia- ternity at UnherSlty i>( Arkansas, Payeiteville pla>s hosi to" rushccs from »11 o\er the slate l To "accompans Bill Eldiedge a member of the chaptci at the Uni- versi^y, will be Matk Williams Ma\ Harrison, Rosco Ciaflon Ji y Stan-i 'ej Ki}od, John White, Elmer Stone and -.Edwin Weedman,- ajohg- wltli Jack Gooch of Walnut Ridge. Hot^l Arlington will be the setting for' tlie weekend events at ,.which.Beauford Jesler,.governor of Texas'antl a membei ol this "Olle 0 c social jjraternity will be tlie pimci- PTA Chairmen Are Named By President Chairmen nnd cohimlllee jiiem- licrs who will serve ih the 194748 High School Parent-Toucher Association were announced' today by Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, president. They lire: Mrs. Harry Frllziun, program: Mrs. Roseo Cradon and Mrs. jnc Ferguson, finance and budgel; Mrs. 'Rupert Crallon, study course; Mrs. Henry Humphreys Bits of News 16 Arabs Killed By Band of Jews Small Group Fired Upon in Grove on" Outskirts of Tel Aviv Mis, Mrs. won Oenillng, Mrs. Gee, Mis. H. P. Klrshher. Hniry I/iyson and Mrs. G.'eenwell. publicity; Mrs. Joe Tnoschinaii, Mrs. Jack Gurrlgan,'"' Wisconsin. Mrs. Giulh Casttlo, Mvs. Harmon Mr. and Mis. W. 13. Nicholson have relumed from Nashville, T«m., whore ho attended to uusl- nefcs ami she visited relatives. Misses Bni'bai'a and Frelda Smith have relumed Irom Mllwau- . where they were Bursts sister, Mrs. Hay I'risoHl, Paul" nnd family for soyernl weeks. They also visited other inlercsllng points pal speaker. With members and ruslrees to ai- . rive there Saturday, the party's Mrs. H. program will begin at noon with .luncheon at Die Willow Room, followed!by a swimming and waler- melon' t paiti in the afleinoon A banquet an*d dance fealuiing Bilse'y" Mulllns. niemljer, of the frri- ternitj,.and his,collceiale oruliestra will cljmax t!ie events Taylor and Mrs. Grace dance committee. Also Mrs. R. L. Vnnllooscr Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Andrews of WebbWitks Mobile, Ala.. «lll lie the liouse- ' '|gUQs(-s- this weekend of Mr. and Mrs. and Rt >V Morris. oue.sls of the Mor- rises for days have been Mrs. J. A. Darby nnd L-. Dcdman, rneinbershtp; Mrs. Jesse M. White, religious, and Mr. and devotional; Mrs. Jack O aJ.,.| Ellll • daughters. Jonn A«ce nml Jo Ann. Oscfsolaris'Entertain With' Luncheon Paity OSOEOLA, Aug 15—Mrs C M Harwell and Mrs.- Joe Rhodes Sr, enlertained Hole! Noble Iq Blytheulle honoring Mi-s. Lsuy E Gaiumelei of Blytlieville. who was Miss' Katharine Hudson before*hci recent niariHge nnd Mis. Julia , Tumel) of Detatm Ala housc«uest of Mis J S McCants of >Osceola. " Thel 10 guests «t the fom -course luncheon were Blytheville and Osceola;,;friends of the two guesLs of hoiiorj • • • Mis.'Zeller Hostess With Bunco Club Paity Mrsl Louis Zeller ?nlei'tiined yesterday afternoon with a party for fellow; members 6t Die GNU Club and two other guests. M,rs-' Herman Hoffman and Mrs Weldou fielwl , When the group piiyedv bunco, high prize went to Mrs. Hoffrhan, bunco to Mrs. Nebel ahd lo'w'lo Mrs. J. C. Prazler. 'nie*hostess serve"d'cake a la mode, • • • ; Mrs..May Entertains I Jolly Eight Members * <«. i Mrs Wilfred Mnj was hostess jcs- , terflay to the. Jolly Eight Club at her home ohyPrnnklln Street In rook g(Mi>es, Mrs. Grovci- Wren won high score, Mrs. Neville Blnkc- more ,"» r on second, and rooko went to Mrf May The. hostess served a- sandwich pjnte. • • • Sunday School Class Entertained at Paitv ;^ v t?^- The Sunday Schoof Class at Cni- vary Baptist Ciiurchcwhicli -is liiadc up of nine and lOVyear olds was entei'ainpd veolcrday afternoon with 2. lawn party at the A. D. Priest-home, 1815'West Vine St. After a Jjricf de\ ot oual and games, refreshments were served by Alice 'Priest and B°ttj fomlinson. 'Allending the party were 10 members of the class. mid Mrs. Wilson Henry, music: Mrs. . L. H. Lancashire,- health; Mm. .J.ick Iforuer, Mrs. If. O. Partlow, Mis. Max li. Reid and Mrs. noyle, Henderson, hospitality, mid Mrs. Biiford Ypunif. magazine. Officers who will servo, elected ami Installed lust, Spring, will be Mrs. Lowe; Mrs. J. first vlco president; Qucllmal/, second vice president; Mrs. Malt Moiinghan, secretary; Mrs. K. C. Allen, treasurer,, and Mrs. Kendall Kerry, historian. An executive unahl meeting will be held Eer.t. 0. Mrs. l.owe said. Birthday Party Given For Karon'Bradley,,11 •'_. -> - ---"-i-r'-iiri •Hii'mi OSCEOLA, Aiic. 15.—Karon Brodey oteerved lier llth birthday Wednesday and to celebrate Die occasion her mother, Mrs. E. P. Bradley, entertained with a party at Grldcr Park. 'Ilie Hi young guests were served refreshments of hot dogs with Iced drinks and Ice cream and cake. Osceota News , Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Mann nnd dauRhlcr. - Billic Gaiiies. have re- ^urjicd from n week's stay at. the 'Paiic Ed»e Inn in Gatlinburg, Tonn, •Mrs. R. W. Heidy and daughter, of Jbncsboro Miss Gcorgcnnne Etllwrll and her lioiiiieBiic'sl. Mrs. Gwendolyn lilato- l>ok of si. Louis. Mo., are .spending today in Memphis. H. II. Slon'.' innl daughter, Miss Doris Stone, have returned from SI. I/mis where they attended the T Wosllirook .bnjhiinncs, They were iiccoinpanlccl Mil O E by; Ml '- ftl "' Ivfrs ' Norman Stone of ' Frenchman's Bayou. Mrs. -Gilbert n. Hummock v.cnl to Park Ridge. III., yesterday to be with her father, U VI. Munivitu, who is seriously ill. Mrs. A. A. Kowerl and sons. r>:m and Bob. of Rock Island. 111., are :; of Mrs. O, 13. Uoone and sons, Sanford i:nd '.Billy! Mrs. Gerald Edwards anil daughter, Pollyannc, have been' a feiv days of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Riggiiis, and sister, Mis. Earl Lowry, ami Mi; I/awry, while eii route to Woodliihe, Calif., to make .their liome. Tltey have been JfJRUP.VLEM, Aug. 15. (Upj _ Twenty-five armed Jews attached 20 Arab men, women and children In mi orange grove near Tel Aviv early loday, lined up ihe hjcn and sprayed them with gunfire, and blew up a nearby house, killing in. in addition to Ihe 10 slain Anilu, one Jew was killed and scores of both factions were'wounded In the blcodicst flurcun'of the six days of sporadic warfare between them. The government announced thnt 11 bodies, int'liidlns those of tour children, had tjeen recovered from Hie .shr.jnb!e.s of the -Arab houj<:, and n U'elflh was lielievcd slill hurled in the debris. 'Wllli .the four men shot-lo ileath In the yard hc- lore tlie lionise, Ihe Indicated deatli loll was l(i. The Havana underground -or^aii- ivutlion leporled that it'carried pis I Ihe attack on the Arab hand' at, I'elnli Tikva outside Tel Aviv In reprisal lor the gunning of thc Hawaii Hut night club at Tel Aviv Sunday i;!H The score of Arabs was siUIn;,' arciuul a fire in the orange grove eating the traditional Hnnuclaii meal in preparation lor tlie starling at dawn. The Jrrws upjiearpd from Ihedailr-, sepiualed [lie men from the wonieti and children, nnd spray/Hi them with Kunfire, killing four and wounding one. The women and children, fled, some into «wigr.boriiii; houses and ethers into the groves...Authorities said the Jews previously had mined the demolished house, alleged lo be a lair of Arab brigands. One mine shattered it. •Among the victims were a taniliy comprising an Arab watchman, his wife and five children. Governor's Day Observed by Notional Guard U'lTLE ROCK, Ark., Aug. IK UII') — GovmWs day at the iiimiml cncnnipinent of the Arkansas Nation.'*! Guard gol under way this inorring, to he climaxe*! by si review nhcl parade at 4:15 this afternoon. Visitors were admitted to Camp Joseph T. Ro'oliison early this morning and firing started at 9 run. Gov. I3cn Laney expects to attend Hie afternoon [osUvttlcs. Yfstei'day four sergeants received fit-Id promotions to second lieu- leiKinls iiml a llflli became a warrant officer. The nc.v lieutenants HIT: Clayton O. Hatley. Mena, field artillery; James T. .Greene, Jr. Hamilton, cor^s of engineers; Bernard H. Ilinkle, Balcsville, infantry; and Louis W. Wallers, Mena field artillery. Tlio new wai'innl officer Is Mclvln Watson (if I.oiinke. Shoos Sent to Europe By Church Intermediates I-'our hundred and Iwenly-fivt pahs of rejuvenated shoes for ov . residing In Norfolk, Va., where Mr. Edwards, U. S. Navy, was stationed before he was transferred to Italy. Mrs'. J. G. Barnes Is spending this week-end in Nashville, Tenu., where she will attend a celebration in observance of Ihe golden wedding anniversary of her mint nnd uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Zack' Hale. She was accompanied by her sisters, Mrs. Fred Alexander, of I.eachvilic, and Mrs. Lockle Ross, of Memphis, and her brothers, E. G. Morris, of Par- kih, and J. J. Morris, of Memphis. Mrs. Belle M. Wood has as her Carmen, nnd Mrs. Prances Whit- ! guest for an extended time her two- more are spending, a vocation In Now Orleans. Florida and Gubn. They will return home, in two weeks. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. McCants have as their lioiiscguesl Mrs. Jullci Tid- wcll of DecuUiv, Ala. , Sylvftiius Pope of Memphis \vas ! here oii business this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. Franklin Sanders j Mississippian to Conduct Revival trt Halt Moon . A Revival- imeeting will begin Sunday ~att ifmmamiel Baptist Church at Haff Moon, the Ucv. A M. Houston, pastor, announced today. / The Rev Mr Wages of Mississippi will conduct the meeting. , and chllrtren spent last week in ! yeklerday Cm-lull), Miss., wilh friends nnd rcl- j Mr nlu i ativcs. . , -' Mrs. C. L. Moore was in Little Hfick on business this week. Osccol.iiis who attended the 'MOAT show "The Vagabond King" last, night were Mr. and Mrs. Jin", Henrys-Mrs. D. N. Morris, Miss Blanche Cleere. Miss Mary Nell Bugger,-. Miss Clara Douglass. M):;3 Martha -Ann More, Miss Glymla Maxwell and Miss Julia Mae Morrison^ J.rr. and Mrs. Edward Scgraves have gone to Daylona Beaeii, I-'la., for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Colbe.t and children, Clarn Virginia and Wal- tatc, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Alexander and SDIIS. Billy and Buck, arc vacationing in Hiloxi. Mrs. Mildred Brow is serious!-; \U at the home of her mother, Mrs. K. J. Kearney. ! year-old nephew, Jack Morris, of CaruUiersville, Mo. Mrs. Joe Stone has returned to he'r home In Oran, Mo., after spending this week with her son, H. H. Slpiiei.ariditamils. Th^ Stbnei liavfe 'al$6• IfBd ai their guests this'^iek Mi-, and Mrs. O. P. Ra'iney of Mein- who relumed to their home At The Hospital* DLVTHKVU.LT HOSPITAL Admitted: Miss Bessie Hall. city. . W. T.»Marliii. Ai'inorel. P. E, Rose. city. Mrs. Harry White, city. Ruth May Brown, city. Di.sml.ssed: Pal Wilson, city. Mis. William D. Pierce and baby, city. o:audine May Simpson, Cooler. Mo. WALLS HOSI'ITAI, Dismissed: Mrs. D. G. Lazier, Caruthcrv.ille, Mo. P. D. Fletcher. Rl. 1, city; Delphine Dildine. Rt. 3, city. Pandoria Whitwortli, city. flne Explosion ratal for Three 76 Other Workmen Rescued from World's Largest Mine Shaft WEST FHANKFORT, III., Aug. 15. (UP) — Rf'fcuc workers today jrought up the bodies of three inin crs killed in an explosion uee'i witliin the corridors of I he world's largest, shall cos) ininc, Orient Mine No. 2 Seventy-six other miners escaped from the diggings. Two crawled out or the explosion area with mil hums and were permitted to go ' home after receiving first aid. It was We:;; Frankfort's second iiiina disaster within « nicnt'.i and the thircl in Illinois this year. All explosion at Die old Ben Mine No. 8 here killed M miners on July 24. Earlier, 1)1 miners died In a blast. at the Centralla Coal Co mine at Coitrnlia. III., on March 25. The miners :u-d their familii:s clustered iiliou'i ll'e tipple of the big'mine, in » Uilvlng rain early today and watrbui us the bodies cf I'.-.i-i.- comviidi's were brought, up Ijv a res'jiic form from Bcnion, III. Tl:c explosion. i!r«crl1>ed a" "very Icc-ulir.i'il." iH-cun-rd List nisht 'K- UeL'ii 8:30 line' " p.m. 'I'hcre W'is no Hie. 'I he m>:><- is owned l>y MIL' (Jtiluigo,. Wilir.hisUii: mid 1-Yanklin Coal Co. Mine inspectors said the explosion \vas eaus:'Li. Vjv an ac-eumula- ;>;id rose aw'n. bringing up the survivors, the women of West Frankfort and surrounding towns shrieked with happiness and rell?: as they recounted their menfolK:,. flag or Free India Flys In Circle With Banners Representing UN Nations LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y,, Ang 15. <UI'J—The flag of Free India \vns raised in the circle of 55 national banners .standing before Hie -United Nations today UN diplomats and 'most key officials stood by for ihe flatt-raislng eercmonv, death of our Husband and father. The comforting words and the Ijpantlfnl floral offerings will alv.-a.vs l>e remembered. Mrs. n. H, P. Burks and family CAIU> OF THANKS We wish tn express our thanks for Ihe kindness shov.n us during the ^ relief—(hat's Die record ifir Intermediate Department First Melhodlst Cliurch. Under sponsorship of Mr. and Mr.s. M. C. Welib and Mr.s. John Miles Miller, Ibis i;roup of young people climaxed Iht-ir drive for old Khni'.s Ihis week wilb a scccuKi .shoe-shining .parly. We \vanL Ui ttinnk ull Ihe Uicul incrflianLs who donated shoes lo this cause and also the townspeople who responded so generously," Miss l loll .°f eas bu'._;licy did not _>;»<>« Minnie L. Adams, reliuions education director for UK? church, said. )nlorme()lales were responsible for illi'cllng, repairing, and boxhu; the shurs. Miss Adams saiil thai the? slitu'S have already been shipped to the Church World Service Center hi St. Louis, Mo... where they will . be pucked for .shipment to Europe.r Mrs. Russell Farr and son, Harry, have returned from St. Lciuis, where they attended two ball glories and the Municipal Opera, "Babes in Toy Land." Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wood arrived last night from Clarkesville, where hej is a student at the College of Die Oznrks, lo spend a week here with relatives. Mrs. Wood is the formev Mlss Vcrnii Wheat., Mrs, j. A, McKivy. retilrned to lieV home at Biytiieville Army Air Fifrld yesterday from Memphis, where she lias been recuperating at Die home of her (laughter. Mrs. Itus- mr3. -auli Lee Siriitn ' und babf, city.': BAJ'flST HOSPITAL, Memphis •Dismissed: Albert- Barhain, Osceola. David Freeman, city. itlKTHOIHST IIOSHTAI,. Memphis Dismissed: Ernest Boothe, Osceola. Transportation Firm Asks for. Higher Fares LITTLE IlOCk, Ark.. A\lg. IS (Ul'i — Tile"n'ty Council, sitting as u conunil'.ee of the whole, will j meet again tonight to consider n request from ihe Capilal Transportation Company thai it be ul- lo'.vcd to raise its fares from, six to ten cents or iwo tokens for If) cents. The increase was termed "emergency" by c. Hamilton Moses, pre- sUU-nt of the Arkansas i'owei 1 nnd JJghl Company. i\foses said that should the .city fallicrs act fwornljly on his request he will ask the Arkansas Public Service Commission to approve the boost * In order lo give tile firm wlia!. he termed a "rea- 'sdnnble rclurr" on its investment. ^ Ihe request for higher fares -'.vus what lunched it o!f. Investigation, were being planned tcday. The (lend 'A.-evr- iisleil us Charles 1L Clark, waiter Clements. Jr.. an;) George L. Pilltin.'i. . all of West Frankfort,. The injured were W. A Hlair and M'ke Siinkiev.'ic/. UoMi of Betiton : -Blair .said v lil;e-a' (: down the tunnel "H was so sir bowled me over, .said J.he explosion \v» h6t''wiiVl that came rolling g that it nearh he said. "I coitU feel il scorching me where mj hnncis and face weren't covcm by clothing- 1 oon't know whetlioi I actually heard the explosion, liu 1 suppose I did. •The next thing I knew I wa: crawling on «)) fours like a b;ib\ All I wanted to da was get out o tliere fast.. Bomeone was crawlin; ncai me and 1 tncss it must havi heen~Mike. "Pretty soon I got up and alnnr- ran unlil I met some other fe 1 who helped mf gel to Ihe eleva UJVG. " As the elevators rose and drnnpet A BEAUTY. THAI ANVONF Medical Test Proved Tbfe Great to Relieve M8NTHIY Arc you truubk'<l by .J Litres.'; uf fL-inaJf f LI n e U 0:1 a 1 mo M t li ly •\ 1 s t u r b it n ttts I L)oe ;> uliiA untkti yovi &;i(U"i- "rotii imiii. Itel sti ner- M.Si. n-tilit'-ss, wr-n^: — tUOh ILillL'J-.V '1 llt-ll try Lytliv, K, rin n«r:i V( i y4!UiSjfe Cum- jinul LO 1-jJk-i'O siK'h Eyniicoinsl In u H'C't-nl. nitiUciii ni'.t IMiilitniin's cT»i3>o\LiHl i/iovt-il remarkably helpful lo \vo!rif;ik trrjuirjltrj thli way. It's \vlml ctujs call a iiU'rlne si-Uative, It 1ms griiiui Mot'Chinsj cirtt-t GJI one '?' woman's iuoit i»t/mM<t)tj orytui*. nkf-u reyuUtViy —I'tiihharn'.s Qom- poiin<l helps builil up itslsuiiit-e to sutli ttfh-s. Also a tecnt fitoinaehlo luiilcl LYD1A E. PINKHA'M'S XKSf.?^ m tha'le as the council continued its J consideration, of a. v>roposal to ex- lelid Ihe ]ire^f.-nt franchise itnilci- which the transit company oper- nles in Utllc Hock. Coming Events SATURDAY Miss Mary Sue Roe will become the bride of Marcus Joe Evraid in a ceremony at 7:30 o'clock in the evening at First Baptist Church. Read Courier News Want Ads. sell J., Hodge, alter undergoing au operation al the Baptist Hospital in' Memphis. She was accompanied by Miss Jessie Glenn Toiulhi, who also lins been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hodge. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Pierce arc parents of a daughter born Wednesday at Blytheville Hospital. She ha.s been named Sandra Jean. They are also parents of n son, William Dennis, 18 months. Miss Pandoria Whitworlh is re- cnperalhig al her home, 208 West Kenliicky SI., after undergoing a minor operation at Walls Hospital Steve iDasselt is ill at Ills home Burns Fatal for Child HELENA. Ark.. Aug. 15. (UP) — Funeral services are being planned for Johnnie Dallnhltc, I0-months- old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doll- aliite of Helena, who died in n hospital here. Death was caused by burns n lub day. Mrs. Dollahilc said she prepared the water for the baby's bath and L had now had time to cool. suffered when lie fell into of boiling writer on Sun- I . lo Say Thank You-" To our many friends; the volunteer firemen, and to' ; all who helped extinguish the fire at our plant build- ^ ivtsf—we extend our many thanks! Your willing assis- - tance was truly a tribute in ihe neiahborliriess that i - • has always been so great a part of Blytheville. Shipment- of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP !10 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 NOTICE! New Opening Hours Open 7 a.m Close 5 p.m Monday, Tuesday and Friday Nights Opon Till it F. M. Saturdays, Close 1:00 p.m. The WASHERETTE Automatic Self Service LAUNDRY Phone 966 Main at Division ui North 'Fifth Street of a sircir.ti- cocclc infection. Jimmy Lowe has returned home Totu Ciuiip Rio Vista, Havcly. wlicic ic lins been employed this Summer. -Wrolen Co. From Adams' RECORD BAR Tex Bcnekc—t Know Tex Benekc—The Blues of tlie Her- ord Mnu Perry Como- Clii-Balia Chi-IialCT Tommy Dbrsey—Kate Tommy Dovsey—Royal OnrtlMi Blues Wnyiie King—Tlie Clinrrh in the 'valley •Ye<Ulie Mnrtin—Beside Yon Vaughn Monroe—MoonlinlH and Hoses Arttc Show—Connecticut Cliliailic Hplvnk—Let's I'nt Our Dreams Togellier gliii iMonvoe— .Shine On Harvest Moon 'exas Jim Robinson—A Homo of My Own lollywood Hillbillies—ChaUanoo[;a Clioo Choo Rrskine Hawkins—Coasl lo Coasl ?oy Rogers—I Never Had n Cliancr RCAV ICTOR RECORDS ADAMS APPLIANCE Co. ). W. Adams, Mgr. Phone J»71 ZM-N W. M»J« Of Course I CAN MAKE \J\' Fresh Reelfoot Crappie at the Dixieland $1.35 DIXIELAND CAFE Highway 61 North at Holland, Mo. Phone Steele 17F22 From F it z pat rick The beauty of these fine gems is unsurpassed, but the prices are within the means of everyone. Continuous Shows Every Day Kox Office Opens 1:45 Show StartH 2:00' LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 pm Last Time Today Stallion Road \vitli Kuiuiltl Ke^au and Alexis Smith Paramount News anil Short C'ontiiimuis Showing Everyday' Saturday Diamond wtdding pair wirh Aiaunlingt of MX gold. A UNIVERSAL PICTURE iuiiiil: ".Tuck Armstroiiff" N». V ;uid Short Cont'il Shows Sal. 12:,"0 (o 11:30 riundny antl Monday Shocking Miss Pilgrim with Hetty Crable and Dick Hjiymcs rariimounl News und Short ('unt'ii. Sln>ws Sun. 1:15-11:00 Box Office Opens :it 1:09 p.m. Show Starts 1:15 p.m. Os>«ns Sunday l:9fl; Starts I'.IS Continuous Shows Hat. and San. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Snnday •% the Koxy. 175 3'diamand engagement (ir D^ligbtfgl 14K gold mounTlng. 102 Last Time Today Magnificent uilli I,ynn Koberls ntnl \Varri-n DouK)as Solrclcil Sbnrl Subjects Saturday JIMMY" WAKELY Serial: "Chick Carter" No- 1* anil Short Cont'il Shows Sat. 1Z:30 to H:3« Sunday and Monday Mighty McGurk with Wallace Beery Fox News * Selected Short Srtjc" Cont'd Shows San. 1:15-11 :•• F1TZPATRICK Jewelry Store

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