The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 28, 1948 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 28, 1948
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norr BLVTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER X1W1 Osceola Sextet Defeats Squaws Girl*' Tournament, And Class B Boys In Final Stages ... CUr* (Cawfer Nem Sport» Editor) 08CELA, Fern. IT—Play in 'he Mississippi County girU and Class "B" bofi basketball tournaments »o»«d Into the Mini-final round thW morning following tin completion ot quarterfinal pl»y last " This morning's first tilt between the Cweeol* Semlnoles and Mlssco in the boys' bracket got underway »t 10 a-m. with the winner advanc- inc to tonight'* finals where they will meet the winner of the Dycss- Wilson tilt scheduled for noon to- da seml-flnal play in the girl*' K» lr n«T began at 11 o'clock this morn- Ing with Reiser meeting Osccola Winner of the contest will meet the winner of the wilson-Bhawnee fracas, scheduled tor 1 p.m. today, in the finals tonight. Preceding tonight's champlonsliii matches the losers of semi-linn tames In both brackets will square off in consolation tills to decide the third place winners. Tonight's first game is slated for « vel1 o'clock. . . , The hundreds of fans Uiat parted the Oscnola High School gymnasium to overflowing capacity during last night's session witnessed four of the best games to be played In the tournament yet. All of '" c games were tough and fast rtl the •my and In only one ol them wns the victory margin more than nine po!nt« Ctoceola Defe*l< Squawi The Blytheville High School Squaws, alter holding the lead lor three quarters during the second came fell before a last period scoring spree to drop their quarterfinal match to the Osceola sextet by a 19 1" ls a* 0 ™ ln onc ° rthc roughest games of the evening. Paced by forward June Stires. who accounted for sevcn_ of her team's points, the Squaws took an early lead and held it throughout 'Mr. America' f s Booked for Wrestle Event Paul Stanley, former holder of he title "Mr. America", will bring his near-perfect physique to Ihe American Legion Arena here Mon- dav night wher« he will team with vliice Ch«coma In the tag match 'ealure of the weekly wrestling program. Stanley, a former physical fitness .nstructor In Chicago, Is considered as having one of the best physiques In the nation, His 50-inch chest, 32-inch waist and 17 and one-half- inch neck, won him lhe title of "Mr. America" In a nation-wide contest three years ago. Opposing Stanley and Chacoma on Monday night's card will be Red Roberts, a veteran ol the local grunt and groan business and Prank Hickey, another newcomer. Very little Is known about Hlckey's past record but the Mid-South Agency in Memphis, which handles the booking c! all wrestlers in this circuit, rated him as one of the best in the business. Clucks lo Battle For County Title B.H.S. Cagers to Meet LcachvilU Tonight In Ctau A. Tourney Tlie Blytheville Chicks and the Leachvllle Lions will tangle In mi all-out battle for the Mississippi County Class "A" high school basketball championship in tlie finals of the county tournament to be held at the Haley Field gymnasium »t » o'clock tonight. Meeting for the third time this season, the Chicks and tlie Lion, will ulso be after the "sugar game' of the series. In regular season tin Lions and the Chicks divided win nlng honors with the Chicks win iilng the first game here by a 2' to 16 score and the Lions wlnnlni the tilt plnyctl on the Lcaehvill court by a 40 to 35 margin. The Chicks won the right to meet Leachvllle in the finals ol tlie tournament by downing Manila 41 to 30 In a first-round gumc Thursday baseball Club For Amateurs Taking Form Representatives of teams that will constitute the proposed Mlsslslppi County Amateur Baseball League will meet in the offices of the Fred 3. Saliba Company here Wcd- Oaklown Derby Eligible* To Get First Real Test HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Feb. 2«._<UP)— The action has begun to warm up at Oaiclawn Park, and today was to bring the first real test ol cllgibleg for th« Arkansas Derby. wi _____ _ ____ i( f _____ „_„- Tnls " rs ^ m a J°r event of lh« cur- iiesday night" for" "trie'' purpose "of i rcnt season was to be ran over the approving the constitution and by- j s ',-V f " ! ' 1o "l """"" '"' laws of the league and make final organizational plans. Formal plans for Die organization of the league as an Indepen $10.000 Arkansas Derby will be held March 27. Among those scheduled to go postward In today's handicap were dent association were presented at I Mrs. Btnll Denemark's Enforcer, a a similar meeting held here Feb. 18 ; »<?!<«"« »'h» won ' hre . e ou( - °* six at which time it was voted that a : s'arls last 5'«>r against strong com- con.stltutlon be drawn up and pre-1 petition, and Galn-A-Foot, Reign sentcd at Wednesday night's meet-1 BeUc. t^ tc Breeze, Brassy Lie, Cot- ing. Final organizational plans will | ton Joe, Lady Laureen and Roman- Jockey Rayinon Petrin of Loiis- dale, R. I-. suffered a probable tlo'n"of'a" six' or^elgliT-'tcam league, ' broken nose whenjiis mount^ajor to operate Independently and to be *"- " composed solely of Mississippi County teams- The league last year operated under the sponsorship of the Hlythcville V and included a team from Cooler, Mo. not be made until the constitution | ettc. and by-laws have been approved. Present plans call for the forma- In the two one-tail preliminary 1 night. Leachville WHS seeded Into bouts which will precede the iiinln , the finals by drawlnn a bye in the will tangle with, first round pairings. Manila. Lench-' >'«»'• a »« who is seeking le-organ- Blll Godwin ol lilythevllle who season was president of the league event, Stanley Hickey and Rol»rts will take, on Chncoma. State Teachers Cagers Enter Big Tournament The By United Press exciting 19*8 Intercollelate basketball season ncarcil an end today, after three games last night ville anri niythevil'lc arc the only 'f t' 01 ' °[ l! 'C j 00 !' °»/" Indepen- three Class "A" teams in the <ienl " asls ' statpd that six Mtssis- sljipi County communities have already indicated that they would league was Blytlicvillc. county. Despite their previous loss to the Lions in regular season play two weeks ago, the Chicks will be rated as slight favorites when the two teams take the court tonight. Through comparative scores the Chicks were ahead of the Liens In games with Jonesboro and Manila that had no bearing on the league I find the big vlclory margin in the standings. Tlie tide-holding Stnte Teachers won their second game from Arkansas State of Jonesboro 51 to « and cinched the honor ol representing Arkansas In Hie National Association ol Intercollegiate Bas- ietball Tourmuncnl beginning Mar. 8 in Kansas City. The Bears were trailing 39 to 30 ten minutes before the final gun, but hustled in 21 points for a whirlwind finish. They plan to leave next Saturday for the national tournament. The Arkansas College Highlanders of Batesville rang down their the "first thre periods, but a last period scoring splurge by Osceola forwards Nell Robbtns and Ann Driver pushed them to the tear. The defensive play of both teams w»s so rough that it could hardly be called basketball. Though fouling was not deliberate In most canes it was frequent »nd very obvious to the large groups of fans who had to stand at either rnd of the court. Ann Driver was high-point for Osceola with etght tallies. Defl Boys Pat Up Battle In lust night's first game the Dell High School Blue Devils, came close to d major upset when they battled the Dycss Eagles, favorites of trie boys' tourney, to » standstill during the first half before giving way In the wanning minutes of the third quarter to lose ln« 8" I'.e 39 to 30. The Blue Devils battled the Eagles goal for goal during the first two periods and at halftime Intermission the Eagles led by » 19 to 16 score. But In the third period the . Eagles started pulling a\vay. Clark | led the scoring for Dyess with 10 points and Lewis paced the Blue Devils with 11. In another near uprct during last night's session, the Wilson B irls had to come from behind In the final period to nose by the stubborn Dyess sextet 16 to 13. Dyess controlled the game during the first two quarters building up an 11 to S halfttme lend, but their switcli to defensive play In the last hall proved their downfal as the Wilson six slipped through for 11 points in the last two quarters while Dyess was trying to control the ball. Yates, Wilson forward, led both teams In scoring accounting for nil Id of her team's points. Lalhum paced the losers with 10 tallies. In last night's final games the Shawnee girls witnessed little trouble in defeating the Manila Lionesses 45 to 23. Tuggle led shavvnee's scoring with 28 points and Pierce paced Manila with 13. season with a 6I-to-52 decision over Magnolia A. and M. It was the victory of the season for the Scots. College of the Oznrks trailed at the half by one point, nut milled away to defeat Henderson 43 to 38. The score was lied five times during the thrilling game. Sharp Decline Noted in Farm Produce Prices WASHINGTON, Feb. 28. (UP) The Agriculture Department reported today that prices fcf farm ^u™^ £«™v ,,,-,,H,.,,|c ,1,-nnnnri >,mn no,- c/illl rtlir- _ Lr HIla ue » n ie <-iCIHry products dropped nine per cent during the month ended Feb. 15. The department said it was "one of the sharpest drops on record." The last comparable declines were in 1920 and 1821. The department reported that the break rolled average prices 'received by farmers back from rec- inid-January high to lhe Aug- 1047 level. The markets broke Feb. A two teams' first meeting adds to the hicks rating. Chicks In Final Workout Coach James Fisher sent his tribe through R flnal scrimmage session yesterday afternoon before pronouncing his srtuad ready for tonight's scrap. The Chicks spent lhe greater part of the two-hour drill period In sharpening np their floor game and tarred off with a light practice tilt between the first and second teams. Coach Fisher Indicated that ho would start the same five that started against Manila Thursday night in tonight's game, with one possible j exception. Prcntis Jcrnigan. the Chicks' diminutive forward who I paced the Chicks' scoring attack Thursday night us a substitute, may be given a berth on the regular five tonight. However. Dudley Hardy, a regular starting forward who has been having a little difficulty with his defensive game, showed signs of improvement in the Manila lilt and Coacli Fisher may give hiinc a chance for a repeat performance against the Lions. The remainder of the starting lineup will remain intact with Bob Mullen -working at the other forward position. R. B. Hodge at cen- and Billy siwnsor teams if the formed. They include Armorel. Lutes. Little fllvcr. Elo- wah and Promised Land. He slated that "feelers" had bee to teams In Osccola and Ma- ! nilu and that there was a possl-1 btlity lliat eight learns would be' entered In the league. i He stated that lhe original plans also call for having the league sanctioned by the National Seml- Tro Baseball Congress but that this matter would have to be decided by group vote. Action, stumbled and fell going into the Mrst turn In the eighth race yesterday; pctrin was the leading apprentice rider In New England last- year. In the first juvenile event of tlie yesterday, the three furlong third race. J. H. Homan's Ro- mnry Ann romped off with the honors. She paid $5 50 straight. The daily double combined John Sabo and Swift Fashion to pay $51.10. Flag Drill took the $1300 purse in tbe feuturcd seventh event. n Caruthersville Cafes to Get Health Check Laney Ponders Plan to Battle Truman Policy LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Feb. 28. (UP)—G«v. Ben kaney said he was onsiderlng a number of suggestions o be Included in a special rejwrt to the Southern Governors Conference In Washington March 13, on he "civil 1 rights" Issue. Laney said he had not definitely determined what these recommendations would be, but explained that he would present them lo Gov. J. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina "within a few days." Thurmond Is chairman of a five- man committee which the governor's conference appointed to study the problem posed by President Truman's civil rights stand. Monday the group met with National Democratic Party Chairman J. Howard McGrath to thrash out the dispute. However, most of the committee members expressed dissatisfaction at the outcome of the meeting with Senator McGrath. Laney said Governor Thurmond would probably present the report. and that it would likely be a consolidation of fhe suggestions of the committee as a whole. Other members of the committee are Gov. Bemiford Jester of Texas, Gov. William Tuck of Virginia and Gov. R. Gregg Cherry of Norlli Carolina. Although he said tie had not decided what his contribution to the committee's report would be, Laney said he would not suggest a criticism ol the way McGrath had handled the Southerners' demand.;. "There would tie no point in that," he explained. CorutforsvHf* Council To Htar Opinions on Dropping Air-fork Work CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo, Feb. 28.—Mayor w. D, Byrd has asked Caruthersville residents Interested In the proposed Air-Park to express opinions regarding abandonment ol the project at the monthly meeting of the City Council Monday night. At a public meeting this week, between the council and various club and group heads, opinions and views were expressed; and Mayor Byrd stated that a definite decision would be reached at the Council meeting Monday night. There have been two trends of thinking along this line, with many of the opinion that the Air-Park should be abandoned, and part of the land sold to recall the bond Issue- voted sometime ago to purchase the land. It has been suggested that this-be done, but that the playground and golf course pro jccts be continued. Some are In favor of continuing nil three projects, and some have suggested that if any of the lam is sold, all or it should be sold and all three projects abandoned. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY , arm Loon Association \ Secretory Gets Plaque KC Team Shows Fine Form in Bowling League The Knights ot Colutnbus bowling team got buck in the win column of the Blytheville Bowling League Thursday night by defeating the , - , - ,-,_„..•. Van Patten AAA squad three quircmcms of tlie Health Dcpar, C A RUTH F.RS VILLE, Mo., Feb. 28. —A restaurant grading survey will be made in Caruthersville Mar. 3. it was announced this week by Sterling Duncan, sanitary engineer for Pemiseol County. The first survey was made in July. 1!H7, at which time certain recommendations were made to a number ol restaurants, soda fountains, a ml other places serving lood and drinks. The survey Mar. 8 will be a checkup to sec it those places haVc compiled in getting their places in shape to meet re- Time Brings Changes SALEM, Ore. (UP)—Twenty-five years ago a group of Oregon Stai College students accompanied b. their professor, Dr. U. G. Dubach called upon Gov. Ben Olcott at th capitol. Dr. Dubach has just brough another student delegation to Sa ]cm to call on Gov. John H. Hal who had been In Dr. Dubach's grou 25 years ago. Brawn and Shack Win In 3-Way Encounter; Big Truck is Loser LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. Feb. '28. P)—Mail Truck Driver James 3rawn was approaching one of the to Adams Field in Little Rock yesterday, when he swerved o avoid a hole in the road. As he did, his truck skidded and \is a small shack which stood be- .ween the double gate. The big army-surplus truck was broken completely in two. but. Brawn and the shack remained intact. straight lines during league play at the Clillwocxl Bowling Alley. The KC team's victory drive was ment. Those qualifying will receive "A grade cards, posted in a prominent patrons will know the halted temporarily last week when place. In other league game* played Thursday night Mead's defeated ^hlllips Motor Co-, three out of .hrec; Saliha Cafe Ihitwood team three he Fiazorback Drive-In tc> i dc began leveling off shortly before the Reiving the first place award, the " ° . . ../ . ' InKflr rni>nl»l(ln enf.t*nr\ •*!..».,* ..... 1 Bob Elliott al guards. To Award Trophies Tonight The Lions' starting lineup was not learned today but Coach Ethridgc McKeel probably will start Nelson and Aaron at forwards; Anthony at center; and Welch and Showncs at guards. Trophies will be awarded (o each of the three teams at the climax of ; tonight's game with the winner re- department's mid-month price sur. Since then, prices of a few commodities have rebounded slightly. Flags Wrong Car VIDALIA, Ga. (UP) — Booker T. Philips testified that he had flagged (Sown the passing car because he wanted a drink of liquor, And he was in court, he said, because the axilomobile turned out to be a patrol car, manned by two of the city's finest. loser receiving second place award and Manila receiving third place trophy. All-county players, if chos- , en tonight, will be announced dur- ceivc "C" grade cards, \vitli 30 days in which to make the necessary health standard improvements to downed the' qualify for at least a "B" grade, straight, and Those tailing to qualify for a "B , lt , v „ ... .„„, ... , card after expiration of the 30-day fcatecl the Southwestern Bell 'Me- 1 period will be required to close, Mr. phone Company squad two out ot! Duncan said. This week, several of the places Fein- which received recommendations are remodeling and redecorating, in three lines. In Tuesday night's berg's Dress Shop stopped the Jay- RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Feb. I— Hubert M. Wilson, secretary-; •easurer of the National Farm; >oan Association of this city, which erves Pemlscot and Dunklin Coun-j f, this week received a special! laque lor outstanding achievement i 1947. It Is a bronie frame Inlaid In » ramework of polished wood, and nscribed at the top U "30th Annl ersary of the' Federal Land Bank f St. Louis." Below is the inscrip- lon to Mr. Wilson: "citation for iclitevemcnt, 1947, presented to Hubert M. Wilson, Secretary-TreM rer,, N.F.L.A., Caruthersville, Mo." Below the wording are two ban, ndicalin gtwo citations one for 'Goal Buster" and the other for? 'Business Increase Over Payoff."/ THEATRE LUXORA Pride of the Community Dial 4261 Opens at 6:30 p.m.; Start* 7:M p. Tonight "Prairie Bad Men" with Busier Crabbe and Al 'Tuizy** St. John Serial: "Secret Agent" No. • Also Shorts ing the ceremonies following the contest. x The same officials that worke the Manila game Thursday night will work tonight's tilt with Lynn Dowdy ol Memphis as referee: bu- kle Speck of Osccola, umpire: George Clark of Blytheville, scorer: and Sylvester "Pop" Moslcy, tinier. cces In three straight contests. R-1 order to qualify for the "A" or "B" D. Hughes' Men's Slorc deleated i cards when the Ilnal inspection is Dr. pepper three straight and Rice held next month. Htix won over the Bill Godwin's Sporting Goods' team by default. Young Negro Boxer Dies In Hollywood Ring HOLLYWOOD. Feb. 28. UJP> — ..... Police and boxing authorities to- ! sas A. A. U. special weights box- day Invcstisateri the deiUU o5 Le- I ing tournament is held at Mc- - ' Gehee, March 5 and 6. Some sev- Memphis Police Launch War on Pinbali Gamblers MEMPHIS, Tenn., Feb. 28. <UP> —Police Commissioner Joe Boyle yeslerday ordered the arrest of all persons caught gambling on pin- pall machines. Boyle instructed police to confiscate any machines being used for gambling purposes. Boyle's order came after five men were arrested and fined Sll each for pinball machine gambling. Police Chief Carroll Seabrook announced that operators of caf [ ;s could expect to have their beer li censes revoked if they permit gambling on pinball machines h^ Iheir establishments. Tonight "Marked Trails" with Hoot Gibson and Bob Stetle Cartoon and 10th Chapter Perils of Nyoka SATURDAY OWL SHOW "FEAR" with Peter Cookson and Warren William Also Comedy State AAU Boxing Meet To Be Held at McGehee McGEHEE. Ark.. Feb. 28. (UP) — A crowd of 250 fight fans is expected to be on hand when the Arkan- 'Santo Anita Handicap Marriage Lic,en*e* One Killed and Four Hurt T o Be Run Today In Police Car-Auto Crash NASHVILLE, Tenn.. Feb. 28. IUPI —A 28-ycnr-old Vanderbilt University instructor. Joel T. Dennett, was killed and four others injured late last night when a siren-sounding, lights-Hashing police car collided with Bennett's car at an intersection here. Among the injured wtvs suburban Belle Meadc Police Chief Leo Lu- arini. 47. Others were Mrs. Nannie ARCADIA, Cal.. Feb. 28. (UP) Turf stars of three continents day awaited the start of the S103,- XX) Santa Anita Handicap under n :loud-fillcd sky that carried • hrcat of rain. A crowd of upwards of 10.COO was expected lo Jam Ihis ornate race- rack in the Sierra Madrc foothills The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday in the j c: office of Miss Elizabeth Blythc, I McCiuilcy. 60. R passenger m Bcu- county clerk. Louie Wadley and Miss Maxine Pierce ot Manila. Willis Hollis of Deil and Miss Pauline Hodge of Manila. nctt's car: Belle Meade Patrolman w. G. Davidson. 47. and Jack Anderson, 18. parutiiuc dispatcher (or Belle Meade police. The police car was rushing to in- Austln Jenkins and Miss TJalorcs j vcstigatc rcyiorts of pistol shots in Easley of Blytheville. j vcs I il.s territory. Does Your Tractor Need Paint Look Drab? Rusting? Going Slowly to Ruin? Better let Our Paint Department catch it now - - In addition to having the best mechanical repairs in lown, our shop is also hoiidquarlers for a real tractor paint job. Come in today and get our price. We use only the best implement paint—the kind International Harvester gave your tractot when it was made! roy De Catur. 20-year-nld boxer who dropped dead last night during his first professional fight. De Catnr collapsed in the last round of his four round fi^ht with Frcderico Herrera. 20. of Y\ura. Ariz. He went down so suddenly that some of the tans in Lesion Stadium booed Mm. De Catur had ne* - er been knocked out in his 40 amateur boms. Tlie yovmg Negro UshUvei^Ut. n track and football star at Jefferson High School, had a slicht edpc as lus tight went into the •fnurtti round. None of the blows cxrhantr- to- led had appeared exceptionally h; j rd. Then Herrera connected vath a eft hook to the body and followed with a right to the Jaw. enty entrants from over the state will participate. And McGehee Boys Club Director Jack Uivis acid.'; that a number of present and former A. A. U. and Golden Gloves title holders will i be on hand. too. j Dr. Charles Levcrett will present the Marion Leverett memorial uward to the outstanding fighters of the tournament. Bod Weather Interferes | 1 With Attendance at Races Attend Jaycee Dinner CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Feb. 28 —Sis members of the Cavuthei ^~ vllle Junior Chamber of Commerce altended a dinner meeting given by the Festus, Mo., Jaycees at Fes- tiib Thursday night, honoring National Jaycee President John Ben Shcpard of Texas. Those attending were President Maurice Malm, S. C. Abernathy. Charles Malin. John Mltchum, Logan Hunt, and Mnrdus La lick. WEAR BERGEN DINAH SHORE «Mi DONM.D QUCK-CHWtLIE MCCARTHY MORTIMER SNERD - MICKEY HOUSE DISTRIBUTED B* RXO RADIO PICTURES Warner New« and Short SATURDAY MIDMTK SHOW : Starts at 10:30 p.m. >!• "MARKED WOMAN" 1 with $ette Davis and Humphrey Bogari | Also Short ^ Sunday and Monday BUCK PRIVATES f , COME HOME" tit with Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Warner N'ews and Shorts New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY MGHT Box Opens Week Days 1:00 p.n Matinee Saturday & Sunday Sat.-Hun. 1 p.m. ConL Showing Then he crumpled to ihe ciuivas. His head hit the rins floor hard. o sec H thoroughbreds battle over i Ringstders said he never moved al- mile and a quarter course lor a ter that, guaranteed purse ot $100.000 and he glory that goes to the winner. In keeping with the international flavor of the stakes, the favorite \vas a South American horse. LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Feb. 28. : (UP)—Ruin during the first four I , days of the 1948 racing meet at : DC Catur stood upright tor about \ Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs was < t\vo seconds. He appeared sp.mnrd. credited today with reducing the amount wasered and the state's collections. Revenue Commissioner Otho A. Cook said that 14,860 persons had I wagered S.OS23<19 to date, this year, las compared with 18,620 persons betting S1.171.67C for the same pcr- [Son of Bull Lea Favored ,ln Flamingo ! iod last year. Talon, whose ability to mow down a fielct iu the stretch was demonstrated in a $50,000 stakes here two weeks ago. sovrtt2»psr. PHONE863 Read Courier News Want Ads. MIAMI. F!a.. Feb. 23. (UP>—Clla- tion the red-hot Winicr book favorite for the Kentucky Derby, carried the colors of Calumet F;mn against seven other three-year-o'ds today in the 550,000 Flamingo stakes at tlialeah Paik. A crowd of about 30.0CO was expected to bet the speedy Son -jf Bull Lea down to the shortest-priced favorite in the stakes' 19-year history—perhaps as short as 1 to I). BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICK ANWYHERE! Reserved Seats on S;ilc al the Legion Arciiii from H p.m. Every Monday ADCI.TS i.'ic — CHII.DRKX ir>c Monday, March 1 "OX SKATS Inc. EXTRA <T»x Included) TAG MATCH- PAUL STANLEY and MIKE CHACOMA Versus FRANK HICKEY nnrl RED ROBERTS "MR. AMERICA" The Man With a Perfect 15ody 6' Tall, Wt. 200 Ibs. Neck 17'/2 In., Chest 50 in. 32 Inch Waist ALSO YV/O 1-FALL, 30-MINUTE MATCHES PAUL STANLEY FRANK HICKEY MIKE CHACOMA RED ROBERTS TONIGHT "Riders of Pasco Basin" A Universal Picture with Johnny Mack Brown Selected Short Subjecti SATURDAY OWL SHOW "BLONDE SAVAGE" with Lcif Erickson Sunday and Monday 'The Fabulous Texan" with William Elliut and John Carrol BLVTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE First Showing In Blvfheville Starting Tuesday, March 2nd Continues Thru Sat. March 6th BLYT NEVILLE'S ONLY Weekdays bn\ Office Opens 6:30 pin. Show Starts 6:45 p.m. Saturday Box Oflicc Opens 1^:45 p.m. Show Starts 1:00 p.m. Sunday Box Office Opens 1:45 . Shuw Starts 2:00 Tonight "Santa Fe Uprising" with I AI1.1H Lane anrl Bobby Blake Serial "Kins of the Forest Rangers* Also Cortoon Sunday and Monday "IN HOLLYWOOD" with Hurt Abbott and Lon Co*te!l»k Also News and Cxrloon ^ Starts Tuesday, March 2nd "THE OUTLAW"

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