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BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS football Discontent at Three Vagabond Kings Entertain Fans SKS.. ,„„ With Cage Tricks While Taking ^^^ 65-67 Measure of Bloodhounds Displaying professional form hi raxzle-darale ball handling and deceptive floor maneuvers, Ihe Detroit Vagabond Kings continued th»ir winning way» here last night by taking lh« /mailer bin ncrappy Arkanaat Bloodhounds of Jonesboro 66 to 81 In a rip-roaring contest that#er« th« fain (licir mopey's worth in laugh*. Paced by John Sebaslain, a ball-*handler de-luxe, and Tony Kasetn, Ihe six-foot eight-Inch clowning giant, th* Kings put on one of the be« basketball shows ever staged here. The Kings were without a doubt the classiest ball club to perform in Blythcville since the New York Celtics came to town back In the 30's. Despite the facl I hey were way outclassed, the Hounds never gave up. .They led the sharp-shooting Kings during the first two minutru of play and stayed within striking distance of ihe mat all limes. The beautiful set-shooting of forwards Willard Tiley and Jake Holman, former all-staters from Jonesboro High School, kepi Ihe Hounds moving to the front. Tht Kings, seeking lo make a food game out of ihp meeting, toyed aiound with the Bloodhounds at intervals and even when they aere just ploying around, they looked good. They handled the ball like the champions they are and then' beautiful floor work kept the spectators mouths afiajie. H uas the third meeting between the two teams the Kings having won all three, bin in last night's came the Hounds fame closer to upsetting the favored Northerners than in either of the other two* previous meetings. Coach Jaino.*; R. ?\shcr of Ihe Blythevllle Chicks, turned in a nice floor game for the Hounds and personally accounted for 17 of theft point*, Gua.d Polly Black and center Oren Le« Adams also played nice floor games. The Hounds and Kings will meet, in the fourth ot five scheduled games in the Oosnell High School gym Saturday night. Game time is 8 o'clock. Box .score: Vagabond Kings 166) Pos. 161) Blnodh'ns DeVoll (2) P <9) Tilley Latter 16) F (221 Holman Kaseta (12) C 16) Adams Loranger (15) o U7i Fisher Sebaslain 124) o H) Black Button Trailing Gerschwiler in Skating Meet DAVOS, Switzerland, Feb. 13.— (UP)—Men's and women's coni|>e- lilion In (he H-orM'c figure skating championships today put It squarely up lo Barbara Ann Scott of C.inndn and Dick Button of the United Slates lo prove' that their victories in th e Olympics were not "flukes." Bullon, 18 - year - old skaling smoothie from Englewaod, N. J.. KS.S really on the spot because ho must come from behind lo win. He wa.s second to defending champion Hans Gerschwiler at Switzerland in the compulsory figures, first half of ihe competition, yesterday and must score heavily In free skating lodny to recoup. Free skating, however, is tenanted as Button's spi-cluHy and most otxscrvers flfiured he would score enough points to win. The American youth was in the same position in the • Kilropi'nn championships at Prague last mouth and defeated Gerscllwiler with a dazzling display In free skating. Miss Scott, beautiful ice t|iieen from Ottawa, was practically concerted victory by most of her rivals even before slip took the ice. Miss Scott who Is the defending chnm- pton, won the Olympic title last week by a wide margin. NEW YORK. F«b. 13 (UP)--Fail- ire of downtown quarterbacks and th ever-effervescent alumni to iiibscrlbe to Ihe principles of the N. C. A. A. football purity or de- 'inphasli; code, was blamed today for outbreaks of bitterness at three major universities. There wan Iwo-flsled feuding at Ihe Universities of Run Francisco. Ohio State, and Nebraska and un- lernealh It all was the discontent of fans over mediocre football teams. .Coach Ed McKeevcr, bought lo San Francisco from Cornell In a program designed lo build up Ihe Mhool to big foolhall status, aiipar- fiitly went too far in his efforts and resigned to become coach of th. Chicago Rackets of Ihe All- America pro loop. McKpever, bitter over difference with athletic officials at the school, wrote a leller In which he listed 21 players of Questionable eligibility, all of whom apparently were persuaded to Quit other colleges and play football under him at San Francisco. Substitutions: Vagabond King,. Campbell (61. Bloodhounds—Hinson (6), and Carr. Norther Hits Texas Golf Tourney and Still Par Suffers Terrible Slaughter HARUINGEN, Tex., Fob. 13. (UP) •—The weather, not par.botbered the 100 Rollers who stuck it out today In quest, of the $10.000 due to be divided up Sunday in the (ruit and vegetaole open. Native ,Texan Jimmy Uemarct, "hardened" by R year in'California. appeared unconcerned by Die "norther" which struck the Harlingen municipal golf course when 187 players lined up yesterday. Demaret turned in a lint 65. six under par, to ye with Clayton Heafn«r, the Charlotte. N.C., pro tor first day's honors. Ilacfner. however, found ihe going difficult —because of the cold, not par. At Ihe ei.d of the first 18 holes Demaret and Haefner u'ere trailed by one slroke by Bob Hamilton, Evansvllle, Ind., who had a 66. Framed at 67 was (he trio of Greiner. Ky Laffoon. St. Andrews, III.; and Skip Alexander. Mid-Pines, N.C. At fie were Chandler Harper, Portsmouth, Va.; Frank Straz.'.a, Greenwich, Conn.; Larson Little. Cleveland; E. J. Harrison, Little Rock. Ark.; .Lloyd Mnngrmu, Chicago; Dave Douglas. Wilmington. Del.; Ed Purgol, Detroit; and Al Smith, Winston-Salcm, N.C. Columbia Lions Edge by Pennsylvania 52-50 NEW YORK, Feb. 13 <UPI— Columbia University, titan of the Ensl- ern Intercollegiate League, remained today as one of the nalion's only two unbeaten college bnskel- ball teams—by the margin of a single basket. -The Linus, who arc reportedly Interested In playing In the N.C.A.A. tournament next Match, beal Pennsylvania last night. 52 (o 50, for their 13th win without a loss. It required a second-half rally, however, to keep their record clean. Baylor University, driving toward the Southwest Conference championship, trounced defending cham- ° j plon Texas, 4fl to .19. In what may be the most significant conference game of this season. Arkansas College Coach Submits His Resignation BATESVILLE, Ark.. FCD. 13. (UP> —Paul McFcrran submitted his resignation yesterday as athletic coach at Arkansas College here. Dr, John D. Spragins, president of the school, said the resignation will be effective next June 1 Dr. Spragins si'lri McPerian's successor, in all probability, will be ] selected before the end of the prcs- ' ent, term- McFerran will continue to direct the Highlander basketball loam through the remainder of the sea- Docusen to Meet Burton In Garden Tonight NEW YORK, Feb. 13 I UP)—Bernard Docuscn of New Orleans, ap, pareully the classiest contender In the welterweight division, will try lo clinch a shot at the Ml-poniirl crown tonight In a 10-round hout with Gene Burton of Hnrlcra at Madison Square Garden, Should Docusen beal Burton impressively, he will be slRncd for a tlllc fight with Hay (Sugar) Robinson, possibly on March 26. FRIDAY, rKBRUART IS, 1948 El It hi boxers from Arkansas, Tennessee, Louisiana and Mississippi won the right to enter the Western tournament of nolden glovers by emerging victorious last night at Mld- Solltit champions. Winners Included Billy Hendricks, Memphis featherweight who was seleclod as the tournament's outstanding boxer. Hendricks decision- ed Fletcher Womble of Little Rock Ark. Other results included: Finals— Novice tlywelRht—Harold Francis, Memphis, defeated Jerry Crawford, Little Rock, technical K'O (1) Open flywelKht—Ray Barrom Memphis, defeated Bill Hale..North Little Ruck, technical K'O. (!>. Novice batainwelglu—David Craw, fold. Lit He Rock declsioned Jack Lusby. Little Rock. Open balamwclBhl—Bobby Hound, New Orleans, dcclsioned John Olson, Milliiigton lion. Loy Eich Team Still in Lead In 'Y' League The Lo.v Eich basketed.* maintained their undefeated record In Ihe second half of "Y" league play last iiluhL with a fnst 51 lo -17 victory over the Pluymore Billiard quintet at the Armory. It wa.s (lie lastf.il or three fnst names, which saw the Simpson Oil quint take its first win o( the- season by out-fighting the Ark- Mo Kilowalis to the tune of 48 to 31 and Hays Store downed (lie Wnkcfleld Service outfit as the latter threw away possible victory with erratic pawing and shooting. The final scon was 75 to 64. Loy Elch's team took n quick lead of six points and this proved to be the inSi-Rln of victory as the Plnymorc toys, led by the all- round excellence of Dale Blankcn- -shlp fought back steadily to close Ihe gap. lyhiR it up nt 42-all with two minutes to go. From that point, the Mntormen rallied In pull it. out of the flic. Rakestraiv's 15 points led the scoring alitl Lutes with 12 and Jones with 11 were close behind. Blankenship led Ihe lasers with 12 and played a spectacular defensive game. Gay rolled in 11.. In the opening Rame. Hays Store kept Us jlux on the Wnkcficld boys, jumping Into an early lead every rally. The. o[ Mcharg and and holding off follow-up work Three Arkansas Boys Fight Way Into Western Boxers' Tourney MEMPHIS, Tomi., Feb. 13 (UP)— field, Norili Little Rock, dcclsioned Ben HaHer. Marines. Novice wx'ltcnvelghi ciiarley —ey Brackey, Memphis, dcclsionsd Harry Moss. Jackson, Miss. Open welterweight— Clint. Ockerman, Arkansas State Teachnrs Col- Cactus Jack Garner Finally Bares Attitude Toward F.D.R/s New Deal chnrs C«. leise, decislonnd Warren Sparks, Mil Illusion Naval Air Station. Novice middleweight—C h a r I e s Hanratty. Milllnxton Naval Air Sta .,..v ... „ .-«,„•* .-»,»;« vonn tlon (lemloned John Brown, Arkan-iN. Garner's story" which started la sas State Teachers Onllppp ii*,r u. r-*,Mi«,-'- .»...—<... , sas State Teachers CollCBe. Open middleweight — Venion Dial Memphis, declsioned Bobby Topii Greenwood. Miss. Novice light heavyweight—John Williams-. Jackson. Miss., declsioned David Ciross, Marines. Open light heavyweight—Edward Kelson. Jjiokfon, Miss,, defeated Jack Melker. Norlh. LIUIe Rock lechnical K'O 131. Novice heavyweight—Bobby Peels, .... .,,.,.„ University of Mississippi, declsioned Air Sta-l'}"" Gundy, Mllllniuon Naval Air Station. Open foalherwelKhl—Leroy Vann.l Open hfavywrizht-Frank Flows Marines, rleclsionecl Gordon Gil- MillingUm Naval Air Station dccls- bcrl Memphis. )<m d Tommv Dunnawav Litt'le Novice LiKhtwoicht-Paul Holder- Rock. ' B.H.S. Chicks, Baylor Bears Squaws to Play Defeat Texas In Bay Tonight In Waco Game lily I'nileil Tress) The Baylor Bears had one hand on the Southwest Conference, gasket- ball crown loiK'iy. The Binins remained the only de- conference after The Blythcvillc Hlnh School Chicks and Squaws open the- final week of their 1048 cage season tonight when they journey to Bay for n pair of return ca'me.i with i me the- Bay High School senior cagers. i fealed learn Victorious in previous meetings j handing the University of To.xas here the chicks and Squaws will LoiiRhorn's a convincing 48-to-39 be seeking their second win over'setback in Waco last night, the Ba v teams which sre considered | Baylor now has only three games top contenders In District < circles, lo play, two of them at home and a Still smarting from the 82 to 60 third with Texas at Austin Texas (iiucbing handed them by (he fast- still is not considered out of the moving Jonesboro Hurricanes Tiles- ' . . . day nights, the Chicks will tie scrambling to get back in the win column before encountering; the cocky Hurricanes In a return match here .Monday night. Both the Chicks and Squaws tn- WASHINGTON, Feb. 13 (UP)— In the view of John N. Garner, the late President Roosevelt let the country In for a lot of Communist trouble when he recognized Soviet nussia In 1033, This — and Cactus Jack's disapproval of New Dealers. New Deal leslsl.itlon, and the "too much power" wielded by Mr. Roosevelt— Is brought out in a series called "John day in Collier's magazine. The aeries k by Bascom N. Tim- nioni, Washington correspondent and friend of the man who was vice president, during Mr. Roosevelt's first two terms. Garner, who broke with FDR over the third term in 1940 and retired to Ills Uvalde, Tex., home, has refused to write his own memoirs, Two years ago he burned the files he had accumulated as representative, speaker and vice president. But, Colliers said, he authorized Timmons to write his story from thelr conservations over the yean, Having .thrown the Democratic presidential .nomination .. to . Mr. Roosevelt In 1»32. Garner made it a point to get along with the chief .executive "even when the folnr w»s toughest." "But he was > h«rd man to have an understanding with," Timmom quotes Garner a» saying. "He would deviate from the understanding." In opposing recognition of Russia, Garner felt the depression period was "a poor time to Invite in organized and disciplined agitator.." Years later, when the European war was kicked off. Garner toW Mr. Roosevelt: ' You haven't much choice cap'n. Either Hitler or Stalin would conquer the world. Hitler by force, and Stalin by chicanery, corruption, treachery and undermining." A stout organization Democrat, Garner often had to keep hl> own views under wrapt, Timmons iaid. He thought the national recovery j ..",.. **,. i,,ui, nl ,i. I.IIE national n notes the correspondent made of act waa "» moonr.adventure. Defectives Slay Toy Gun Bandit Specializing in Airline Offices * NEW YORK. Feb. 13. (UP, - I ers. They came out shootinir Ihoma.s j. Kavaiiagh, ci.rly-haircd. ! Kavanagh was' caught in their swaggering bandit who specialized \ cross-fire. Murdav ducked into th, a" I,™! of'" ,ollre 1( b)» f ' iCMl "'*'' '"I"'" ° f R< *"'» 'Ve to push M»* live was shot in the, shoulder. Kavanagh, who was called "the boy thug" when• he held up a Police said today it was the same toy BUD ))<• used to take 4690 from the Colonial Airlines ticket office on Oct. 3. another $430 from Colonial on Nov. 21. 5150 from night-watchman with a toy gun at 19. .fell with two bulelts'in his chest and one in his head. In his r* . ^— -•*„,, • I,,.T- unrfti dun une in' ms nean Tn hi* Canada Airlines o,, Dec. 5 and an- ' po-vel the detectives found M n other SI.000 from fn!n,ii a l „„ i,., !,'„ '..I ' ! : !i.. ." 1°"™ «'! 3 running completely, but they have six games to co. two of them on the rerenially-tough home court of the Arkansas Razorbacks. The schedule would lend to give Baylor the long cti^e. Tonight. Texas Christian opens two-game series with Arkansas Dates For Sf Missouri Negro Cage Meet Set fierce coupled with the usual fast 1 break iv.=ked up a bis 75 points. Th(, Oiismcn on their part missed numerous opportunities to t\/er- lake the victors by wild passing wlien good passes meant points and then by missing repeated setups. Billy Mcharg wa.s high ma with 26 points and Alexander was lops for Wakeficld will- 25. .Simpson Oil's scrappy HUle outfit surprised everybody by taking their first win of the season at the expense of the Ark-Mo Kilowatts. It MSI.', a case of refusing to be Hrkot! u>lli, .jp.eij nmf John Duclos takliiR turns at the hoop for 16 points each and (hen the entire team swarming the Ark-Mo offense. Howard and Stewart with nine and ciRht points, respectively, were Ihe scoring leads for the losers. For Simpson. Smith turned In a good delrnslve game. liercd off their pre-game drills With stiff workouts yesterday. Coach |Was" A."'a'mi 'M."collkie" at Nancy Ponder, disappointed in the station Squaws howiiif; against th e Holy Angels Academy .soxlc-i of Jonesboro Tuesday uiRht. sent her snilad through a long offensive drill at noon yesterday and then polished off with a light defensive session. The Chicks witnessed a rugged two-hour lonn ririll yesterday In which Coach James Fisher stressed both offensive and defensive work. Last nighf.s setback was the first conference loss for Texas since 1046. That wa.s when Baylor beat Texas and went on to win the title. From the start last night, Baylor look command of the game. Aside from one point in Ihe first half - - Aftra ' «" Pemiscot County Cage Feb.! Tourney in Semi-Finals C,\nUTHERSVTLLE. CARDTHERSV1LLE. Mo. 13.—The Southeast Missouri Negro High School Basketball Tournament will be hcltt here Friday and Saturday. Feb. 20 and 21. at the Caiuthersville Armorv, it was announced today by Coach Thompson or Wnshlng.on High School of had , 0 be s( .t up Ollr rtily . sin( . c •rh»r. , , , i'hc National Gunrd milt, wiiich oc- -Irt? £ i- S r- A™" 1 ' '" " lr cllpi " thp Armor J- ""•! where rnihn,, n n> r, airnr<kn ."' C "- lth<1 '""""mcnl Is being plavcri mn rt In ii CllBrl « to »- H;1 - vtl - ""- ! rrflnirrrf use of the Armory Vhilrs- mondale New Madrid, and Pop- f day night [or taspcction. ' = •• Bluff, and there arc six teams ; 'Hie schedule o[ semi-final games . Mo., Feb. 13 Semi-finals of the Pemiscol Couuly Basketball Tournament will ; be helrf here tonight, with finals Saturday night. The playing dates .--. .. passing drill he scrimmaged Ihe Chicks aaainst members of Ihe "B" squad tor another full-hour before breaking up the trainiiiE period. Season Xraniig Knd u _ Pollpwing their engagements with „ i the Bay teams tonight the clucks and Squaws reutin home to open a five game, last-lap stand before writing finis to the 1048 schedule. Monday night they encounter teams from Joncsboro here, entertain the Trumann Wi Tuesday nlptht. move to Learhvllle Thursday night, play Paiat!0"!rl here Friday night and then r i H Trumann in Trumann Satiircuy night. They close the 1048 season in Paragould Feb. 24. Both the Squaws anti Chicks will start the regular first-strinc lineups In tonight's battles. For the Squaws. Sue \viricner. Bobbie Wbi- srnhunt and June Stires will work al forwards with Ann White, Jnyce Slielton and Edna Overman at cuards. For the. Chicks. Bob Mullen and Dudley Hardy will start at forwards. R. B, Hodee al ccmr-r, and Dennie Gentry anrl Billy Bob Elliott at guards. when Texas pulled into a 19-to-lf) i t! , tie. Baylor was ahv avs ou I , f "nt , w m' m %J, Baylor's brilliant center Don! '" 1!un _ M "* 1 " w - h ^ h "• olnt "'"i was ' scl off 24 points, run-iscaux, D.. La other $1,000 from Colonial 01 ] 2. He walked inlo the Trans-Canada office last night and told Oeorpe Ma honey, the clerk on duty. "Well I'm back again." Two detectives stepped out of a back room and shot him lo denth. Kavanagh's sneering contempt ot the detailed description of him siv- I e?n nil airlines cost him his life, i After the Jan. 12 robbery. Sigmund I Janas. president of Colonial, of- • feral a $1.000 reward for the death ' of the bandit. j Last night lie entered the Trans- i Canada office wearing the sam** tan polo coat he had worn on r'j> the other robberies. The familial- strip or adhesive was on his chin. He carried the usual paper bag covering the oulline of a gun. it was 8 p.m., the time he alwa7s chose for his holdups, "I've got 3 gun In this bag," he I fold Mahoncy. "You had better set ! ni the back room." Jan. | i,, cash and a $3.50 .ticket' for a Feb. 22 .performance of "Faust," thr story of a man who sold his »oul to the devil. crk room were detectives rdy, and Terrence Rog- by Rep. James Dotnen- — -- /•»•••*•*. ,i.u-; ^vikn.^, LJ,., ija., who charged In a his season total to 10B points.] House speech that Earl K. Lone ai .,,.,, leaves him only eight shy ot • Democratic gubernatorial candi- Ihc individual leader, George Kok of! date had filed Arkansas in ihr l>oys' division. Including Capo Glrardeaii. Cnrutllcisvillc. Charleston, Hnytl. Hcrmondale. and ' Poplar Bluff. New Madrid doe* not.; have a boys' team The games bcsln Friday after-: noon »t five o'clock, anrl four I cnme."- will be played Friday. The srml-fhu!, begin Saturday at noon. tonight are: 6:00 p.m.--Wardcll GRIFFIN THE SH/N£ TH/TT STAYS because ft has a hard-wax finish MACK • MOW* • TAN • 0X11000 anrl the finals will br plavrri night. Hint Decrlng, p.m. — Wardell vs. Hayti. . Steclr. p m. ~ Carulher.sville , bovs. son which closes early in March. McFerran took over the cunchlng Job last August, .vjcceedhlB Kohn Brav. Osceola Juniors Again GOP Leaders runnier, . . • ^"l May Leap Into : rhvlllo * * Demo Tax Feud WASHINGTON, fcb 13. CUP) — Tiie House Republican leadership seemed about ready today to jump smack-dab -Into the middle of a fiery Democratic, political feud In Louisiana. It lias lenlatively Riven it.s blessing to a proposed special House Investigation' of possible fraudulent Income tax retinas riled with the. Collector of Internal Revenue at iVcw Orleans. At least one political faction among Louisiana Democrats would iifce that a fraudulent lax return. Long countered, with a $1.000,000 law suit. Caruthersvillt Kiwanis Club Honors Scoutmaster CARUTHFJISVILLE, Mb., Feb. 13 'UP)—Secretary John E. Brown, Jr.. was presented a new 20-gauge automatic shotgun by Pemiscot County Post No. 88 of the American Legion at a Kiwanis Club meeting this week in honor of the .work he has done as Scoutmaster of Troop 92. sponsored by the Legion. Mr. Brown has been Scoutmaster of Presentation was made by Ralph Hutchinson. first commander of the county post when It was organized in 1921. Several Legion members who have been Identified with Mr. i Brown In his scout, work ai members of the scout committet were i present. • • , . The principal speaker at the meeting was Floyd • Clari, Cape Girardeau. Scout Executive of the Southeast Missouri Distriet'Councll. During the meeting Lee Dorroh, pies- 'klent of the key Club and a member of the Key Club International Board of Trustees; was presented his International" lapel pin. Corutnersvif/e Gets Sub-Regional Tourney CARUTHEKSVILLK. Mo., Feb 13.—The Sub-Regional basektbat] tournament for Pemiscol County teams and portageville of New Madrid County, will be held at ills Caruthersville Armory the. last week in February, according lo announcement today by Supt. Roscoe M. Pierce, or this city, who is chairman of the Sub-Regional Committee. The tournament had been originally scheduled for February 24. », W, and. 27, but due to a federal Inspection of the local unit of the National Guard, the dates will have to be changed, Mr. Pi^ce said. Ht na.i called a meeting of the mem. tiers of hi, committee, al which specific dates will be selected. ====^^^^^= RITZ THEATRE Manila, Arlc Friday & Saturday "West of the Divide" with John Wayne Cartoon anrf Chapter X of "Perils of Nyoka" SATURDAY NITK WVI, SHOW "CAPTAIN CAUTION" with Victor M.iUiiy, Aim I.add and Bruce Catxit Also Cartoon SCREEN'S MOST ^ DARING DRAMA! to happen before the _ - state gubernatorial election on Feb. Cancel Game With Paps i ? 4 ' T hls s™"P J^is confident the •rhr. i-,,trih iT £ ,*" j inquiry woulrt show up .some skull- II n,x,h n . ?nm « , bccl; " cl1 diifgery by opposition politicians. Uie BlMhcvdlc Junior High School I A r <, so lutlon calling lor an in- Pa i!Tf^ : i l C , Os «"'-' •""'<«" vesligatton of Louisiana inromp tax sclicdulcd to be p rued at the Haley , rclm ^. hn . s bccn in i rortuc( ,' ( , by Field sym this afternoon has been ' r( C p. R , e rctt M. Dlrfcscn n III cancelled, it IVR.S announced today by Coach James R. Fisher. The game was cancelled at tiic request of Osceola officials. Coach ?1s'ncr stated, and has not been re-scheduled. Read Courier News Wain Ads- It came after Internal Revenue Commissioner George ,l. Schoeneman refused lo provide Information on the tax returns of Louisiana iKJlittcal leaders during a House Appropriations Subcommittee hearing. The furor over tile lax return; 1 DIXIE gives added flavor, extra nutrition !lfU^-^-~J \ to Golden Brown %A/aff I AC Cr ' ip del;c ' OUI "tfflti will mill* •• C1IIIV9 « hit for br««kfiit or Sunday niqht inaclti, cipecially if you itrvi '«m wilh lofi of fl«v»r-ricfi DIXIE. And DIXIE ii rich in noiirilhing food vsluet. too. An tconomictl tourc* of proteclivt Vitamin A. Automotive Hint Wlirn a master or pinion Roar i.i ; broken, a new sftl of gears should ; be installed, because a worn gear meshing with a new pear ways be nulsy. al- When In Need Of Shot Repairing Call 4347 Fret Pickap and Delivery! H A L F O R D SHOE SHOF .Itt South 2nd St. Kolks We Ar« IMeasetl It) Annnunrc Thai \Ve Now Hacc' a Complete NEW MACHINE SHOP In Arldilinn (o Our COMPLETE BLACKSMITH, WELDING AND WOODWORKING SHOP We Have Alsn Added * NEW PORTABLE WELDING MACHINE We Wcltl Anvlning- Anywhere All of our employers have 15 years or mure experience in their line of work! DICK HALL, Machinist* SAM PATTON, Blacksmith HAROLD GOODMAN, Welder TROY MAYO, Woodwork HENRY WESTBROOK SHOP I 1 hone 4161 225 Norlh First Nile I'hon* 4132 TIPS THAT KEEP YOUR CAR... TOPS! OUR MID-WINTER CARE MEANS LONGER WEAR PONTIAC SERVICE MEANS MORE TO YOUR CAR! l.rt in rhrrk yniir hallrrv. kri-p ynllr llrp» prtipt'ly rlirrkwl. l«l hrak<-< .inrt f\n\h (liiKsish cnolint system. Thesr little lhln»s hrlp prpvrnt • KIG" Bills! Smith Pontiac Co. 126 South Lifly St. Phon* 437! SUNDAY DINNER Fricassee Chicken A Delightful and Tempting dish everyone will enjoy! PLENTY PARKING SPACE IN RIAR DELTA CAFE "Known For Good Food" South Division Street Ph«*« J6«! THEATRE LUXORA Pride of the Community" Dial C.61 Opens at B:SO p.m.; Starts 1:00 p.m. Friday & Saturday "THE MARAUDERS" with William Boyrt AH HnpalniiR Casslcly t and Anrty Civile Serial: "Secret Agent" \n. R Also Shorts Saturday Midnile Show Starts at 10:M "Th« Falcon's Adventure" with Tom C'imway anil Martjie iMcrpdith Also Shorts ,s «n«l Mrmdar ''Mother Wore Tights" (IN TECHNICOLOR) with Betty Grable, Dan Dailcy and Mona Freeman Warnrr News and Shorts New Theate Manila's finest Shows EVKRT MliHT 801 Opens Week Dajs 7:00 p.m M»lln« SatliriijT <t SuniJaj Sat.-Snn. 1 p.m. Conl. Showtaj Tonight "DRIFTWOOD" wilh Ruth Warrlrk and Walter Brcnnan Also Shorts SATURDAY "Buckaroos from Powder River" »ith t'hurlri SUrrrlt SATURDAV OWT. SHOW "Gentleman AH«r Dark' with Brian Donlevy Selected Shorts j£ Sunday and Monday "BRUTE FORCE" I ll t

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