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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVIU.K (ARK.) COURIER NEWS BATURDAT, OCTOBER 18, Osceola Defeats Rector 32 to 6 i ' Shawntc and Indian* Of Marked Tree in Scoreless Tie CHICKS OSCBOLA, Oct. 18. — Th« Of- eeofa semlnoles, sparked by tho nuinliig nnd passing of their acting captain nnd quarterback 1 Bobby Dean Reid, bowled over the high totitfd Rector High School eleven by a score of 32 to 6 in the Homecoming same here last night. Coach Rube Boycas* aggregation pushed across two touchdowns In the first period, one In the second, one in the third and one 111 the fourth and added two extra points for good inenusura in gaining their second victory of the season. Quarterback Reid crossed the double chalk line early in the first pariod after a sustained drive had moved the ball for good yardage, and he passed to halfback J. Shaneyfelt for the extra paint. The Semlnoles scored again a lew minutes later when right end B. Shaneyfelt raced across on an en<l around. Reid's paw to Grlfflu for the extra point was incomplete and the quarter ended with the score reading 13 to 0 in favor of Osceola. Henry Griffin, the Scminolos' right end scored in the third quarter on an end around after the Seminoles had blocked a Rector punt on tho visitors 30 yard line. E. Shaneyfelt added another score in the third quarter and McFar- Jand raced over with the finn touchdown In the fourth quarter Queen is Crowned Coronation ceremonies for Alls? Georgia Annnbelte Homecoming queen, were held prior to the op enlng kickoff with Captain Reid presenting her with the crown The Osceola band paraded at halftime with fireworks following. In other games played by teams from South Mississippi County yesterday and last nifhl, the Shawnee Indians battled the Marked Tree Indians to a srorr- less tie at Marked Tree last InljliL * .Tlie Indians of Shawnee playec a good defensive ball game and the long punts by quarterback Jnmc glided by brilliant line play kcp the Marked Tree offensive attnc' bottled up throughout the enllr contest. •:.' Coach Tye Adams' Luxorn Pan thers smothered the Armorel Ti gers 32 to 0 In a game played Luxora yesterday afternoon. by the left halfback Ercel Skcen. who accounted for four touchdowns and one extra point, the Panthers completely outdated their smaller opponents. And over in West Memphis, the Dyess Eagles battled the Hulbert- V/est 'M-emphis Blue Devils to a 12 to 12 tie Oh, How We Danced. Continued from Fife 1. £t but Blythevillc was ix?naliaed 6 yards for holding, moving the ball ack to the 20. Traylor, behind nice locking raced back to the eight ard line and McFarland scored on ie next play. Hucy's pass to Mc- arland for the extra point was no ood and the score stood «t 26 to 0. Biythcvllle's biggest star was Hi orward wall. Guards Billy Braccy, Doolin, Jimmy Garner and L, V. Filzhugh, were in the Hurricanes' ackfiehl constantly find tackles im Berry and Lloyd KoonEz turned good performances. The Hurri- anes' line was no match for their eavlcr opponents and their defense rumbled under the pressure of the Clilcks 1 Imrd-chru-Btng linesmen. The Blythevilte band performed t halftime presenting tho .same ormation that they did durimj \e Paps' game Thursday night, "he bandsmen fanned a big ring esembling a circus ring and gave \vo acts, a light rope walking act ,nd a wild animal act with (he mnd playing "Mold That Tiger." Starting niythcvllle Pos. Jone.sboi'O Elliott L.E Boyil Koontz L. T Smith •itzhuRh L. G McGec Hodne C Ynrbroueh Braccy R. G Sow!e Berry R. T Johnston Hoover U. IS Barrett Traylor Q. B' Archer H. 13 Brinton McFarland ... H. li Brown Allen .". P B Scott Summary: Substitutions—Blytliovilie: Garner. G.Jlry, J. Elliott, Smith, Gec.LiUtz, l)oo\in. "Jonesbovo: Koell, Brown, Gililxs. Houston, and need. Scoring touchdowns: McFar- lantl 3 (rushing) and Truylor. Extra points: B. Elliott (puss) and Allen (rushing). Officials-. V. T. Bryan, referee; Marion Hale, umpire; Jim Murdnugh, hondllnesninn; anil Chaimcey Barber, field judge. Game Statistics B'villc J'horo First Downs 17 5 Yds. Gained Rush 383 55 passes Attempted 2 10 Passes Completed 1 5 Yds. Gained Pass. ....... 5 49 Yds. Lost Pass 0 6 Passes Intercepted 3 0 Fumbles 4 4 Oppls. Fumbles flee 3 '2 Hunts 1 3 Avg. Yds. Per Pimt 32 28 Klckoffs 5 1 Avg. Yds. Per Kick 42 44 Penattii'-s 5 for 45 2 for 'Jr Individual Records Blythevillc Tries Nel. Gd. Avg Traylor ... Hney , cFarlnnd lien ...'.. ,itn mcsboro rcher rinton ... cott orner oyd J. Scott Confederate Veterans' Chief Returns Home ,.;'-• WAYNESBORO, Term., Oct. 18. ftrP)—The 96-year old commander of the Confederate Veterans, WiJ- - llam Mercer Buck, Is en route home to Muskogce, Ofcla., today In an ambulance. "puck left early this morning' af- .ter_ physicians said he had recover•»d "sufficiently from injuries received in an accident near here more than a week ago. He received a fractured skull and brain co'ncus- sion when the car driven by his son crashed into a bridge. At the time of the accident Buck was headed back to Muskogce from a veterans' meeting at Chattanooga where he had been elected commander. Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Oct. IB. (UP)— (TJSDA)— Livestock: Hogs 250: about 1-2 of run pigs under 160-lbs. market on butche hogs and packing soys. 25c lowe than Friday. Top, $29 on butche: hogs; top on packing sows, $28. Pig weighing 150 Ibs 1 !, $27.50. Comparer Where Grain Goej ".bporting 570,000,000 bushel, O f groin to hungry rnllons by June 30, I9« 13 6 15 6 1 1 1 . 11 1 2 1 144 20 Ifrl 35 21 12 3 20 2 5 5 11 4.6 10.3 5.8 21 12 3 2.3 .7 2.5 S V^issourian, Friend of 'resident Hoover and 'heodore Roosevelt, Dies NEW YORK, Oct. 18. (UP)—Ar liur M. Hyde, secretary of ngricu .ire under President Herbert Hoove nd a former governor ol Missour ied last night at memorial IKS al. He was 70. Hyde, a close personal friend rlr. Hoover, had been in tile llos pitnl since Sept. 19 and had under ;onc two operations [or cancer he pancreas. The second operntio vns performed Wednesday. Hyde was one of the few Republ aus who returned to party fav after supporting Theodore h elt and Ills Bull Moose campaign n 1912. He was a practicing attorney md an ex-mayor of his hometown of Princeton. Mo., at the time. \ tangling duet. Monk GaiFortl, left, Brooklyn brick, and Hay Kiir- .-usch, New York end, go nfler a punt in All-America Conference game at Yankee Stadium, where the home guards won, 31-7. 3ig Jim Spencer To Wrestle Here Monday Night "Big Jim" Spencer, kno\vn fts one of wrestIcdoms 1 toughest members, wilt make his initial appearance )cfore R Blythevillc crowd Monday light when he teams with Floyd Ilyrcl in the tag match feature ot he American Legion's weekly wrestling program. Spencer, who tips the scales at SCO-pounds phis, hn.s acquired rjiulc nutnc for himself In neighboring circuit.*? and is looked upon ns tops in the business. Opposing Spencer and Byrd will be Mel Peters, the .swashbuckling Swede, and Jack Welch. Peters, n veteran of many years In the loc«il ring, made his first, appearance here In a number of years ^several weeks ago and received a ""big welcome from the Blytheville fans. In the two one-fall preliminary matches Byrd. will tangle with Welch and Peters will lake on Spencer. Starting time is 8 o'clock. Wet Playing Field May Aid Razorbacks MEMPHIS, Oct. 18. (UP)—A wet playing field was assured today for the important Southwest Conference game between the Universities of Arkansas and Texas. Heavy rain fell over Crump Stadium five hours before the 2 p.m. game time. In fair weather tiie Texas Longhorns are three touchdown favorites. Leo Mclaughlin Next to Face Jury Former Hot Springs Mayor's Trial Set , For November 13 U.S. Seeking No Credit Through Aid to Europe WASHINGTON. Oct. 18. (UP) — President Truman told' the First National Conference of Editorial Writers yesterday that tills country is not helping Europe to gain any particular credit but "l>e- cnuse it is right and because it is necessary." The president talked with about 100 editorial writers in his office. Most of what lie said was off the record. One of the editorial writers asked 'Mr. Trumnii whether this country would receive any credit for the help it is giving the rest of ttie world. The White House authorised publication of the President's reply, which was: "We are not doing this for cvdit. We are doing it because it is right anci because it is Jiecessary. " At yesterday's first session of the three-day conference designed to improve the "conscience and quality" of the. editorial page, the writers head a suggestion by Henry Li. Mencken that their section of the newspaper be abolished un- HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. Oct. 18. (UP)—After two weeks of probing Ihc workings of the former Hot less it lias something to say. vith close of last week, barrows ind gilts, 50 to 75c lower; sows, steady to 2, t ic higher; top on hogs [or the week. S29.85, sparingly; inte sales £29,25 down. Cattle 300: calves 100, earmarked for Monday. Compared with close i — / r* I r\ i ast week, most good and choice Jdre Deal, \jr IS steers 25c to 50c higher; low good steers steady; common and medium steers and heifers 2ic to 50c lower; good cows about steady; Inw grades 25c to 50c higher; bulls fully steady; vealers unchanged. Tops for the week: choice 991 Ib. yearling steers, $31.60: top good 1133 Ib. steers. $30; choice 830 Ib. mixed steers and hei- 1 fers, $30.50; choice 806 Ib. and 875 Ib. heifers, S29; good cows, $17.50; good beef bulls, S18; good sausage bulls, $17.75: choice veaicrs, $29. Bulks for the week: good nuri low choice steers, $26.50-30.50; medium to low good, $19.25-825: common to low medium, $16-S18; good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings, S24-S29; medium. S15.50-S22; common, S12.50-S15; good cows. $16.50$17; common and mcdiimi $13- S15.50; canr.ers and cutters, $10.25$13. I Springs administration of Leo Mc| Langhliti, a series of trials known ns the "MeliaiiRliIln Trials" have ended—at least temporarily. The third and last of the trials ended early yesterday, when a deadlocked jury forced its ixisfponement. Acting Circuit Judge Maupiii Cummings ordered George McLaughlin, brother of the former mayor, to be tried again on charges of wrongfully accepting public money, after .the state completes its case against Leo McLaughlin. And Leo has been given a postponement to Nov. 13, when the first three trials consumed more than iad been aliened to all four on the Garland' circuit court docket. He is charged with official misconduct. The first trial became a mistrial. A Gi'.rland County jury could IIOL decide the fute of City Attorney Jay Rowland. lint as the result of an immediate rttrial, Rowland was convicted and sentenced to one year's imprisonment and a fine of ?7:iO. on charges of accepting bribes. He was granted GO days in which to appeal his case to the Sxipremc Court. The second trial ended nbruplly when former deputy constable Eti Spear. 75, entered a plea of gtiiity to a charge of armed robbery. He was given a three-year suspended sentence. College Football Emphasis Shifts 'How Much' Instead Of 'Who' Considered In Weekend Grid Tilts By JOHN GRIFFIN (United Prtss SporU WriUr) NEW YORK, Oct. 18. (UP)—The emphasis In college football games today was on "how much" Instead of "who" ns most of the top powers of the country went up against supposedly weak opposition. Headlining the battle in comparative scores Is the duel between Michigan's Wolverines and Notre Dame's Irish, currently battling for the No. 1 spot In the nation. Until today Michigan had the edge In the long-range battle between the two teams that do not actually meet each other this season, Michigan Is favored to swamp Northwestern, and Notre Dame will be gunning for an Impressive showing against Nebraska. Two o! the games figured among today's closest buttles are also regarded as key contests In their re- yiective conferences—Illinois vs Minnesota in the Big Nine and Kentucky against Vanderbilt in the Southeastern. Illinois was rated an eight-point choice, white Kentucky was an even slimmer favorite over Vanderbilt. In other Southeastern Conference tills. Tennessee went up against Alabama, Auburn against Georgia Tech, and Mississippi against Tulane. Topping the nctlon in the Southwestern Conference is the meeting of unbeaten Texas, winner of foui straight games, and Arkansas. Though, the game Is regarded as "Impoitiinl" In the conference, the Longliorns are a flve-touchdotyi choice to gain their fifth straight In the same loop. Rice faces Southern Methodist and the Texas Aggies oppose Texas Christian. Other Top Games Other games rated tops in thei: leagues are: Southern California against Oregon State in the Coas Conference, with Cal'an overwhelm ing favorite; North Carolina ngalns unbeaten William and Mary in th Southern; Oklahoma against Kan sas iu the Big Six; and Utrth agoins Denver in the Big Seven. Listed among lending intcrscc tlonal games were Purdue-Bosto U., Wisconsin-Yale. Virginia Tech- Army, Delroil-Villanova, San Franeisco-Marquette, and Georgia-Oklahoma A. and M. The football weekend opened last night with a light program of nrc- llElrt contests, led by Louisiana State's H to 13 defeat of Boston College and Temple's 7 to 6 triumph over previously unbeaten Muhlenberg. Tackle Holley Beard, who booted both of Louisiana State's extra points, proved the deciding factor when his B. C. opposite number, Tom Brennan, made good on his First try hut went wide on the second. State scored in seven plays after the opening kickoff with Jim Cason going over from Ihe seven, nnd Zollie Toth added the second touchdown, on a 45-yard sprint. B. c.'s two touchdowns came on a pass and on a buck by Maurice Polssant. Phil Slosbnrg scored Temple's Temperamental Donkeys Soon To Give Jaycees Quite a Jolt Astride their individualistic and unpredictable mounts, Blylhcvllle Jaycees will invade Osceola Tues- ay night lor the first of a two- ame "Donkey Softball' series. Their foes will be members ol the Osceola Junior Chamber of Commerce, who will canter to Bly- hevllle Wednesday for a return ill, The "Saddlesore Series" was inflated by the Blytheville Jayceees x> obtain funds to build a dub- louse and to rpovlde a community playground for youngsters of the Ity on the lot the club has pur- hased on North second Street. The opening fray at Osceoln will begin at 8:13 at the high school Jucld. Object ot the rac«, held mtdwny In the gsine, U something along this line: One mernbcr of each team mounts his donkey carrying R suitcase filled with women's clothes and lopes ofl from home plate to second base. There he unpacks, dons the women's apparel and then spurs his donkey back to home plat*. At home plate, he removes the feminine garments, re-packs them In the suitcase and hands it to his partner. The partner then repeats the process. Winner of the race Is the team which gels back where H started like it started first. Equestrians who are scheduled to , -., . ,, . ~ c.^m.-ai.iimjs wiiu me scuwiuiea IO ^n'rC; 1 <l h V^r > e " g l E <r" "P"?-*.. ^.. «?»-«*". Jaycee IS » ™ n '£ :57 at Walker Park. Miss Helen Brandt, club | j D "Donkey : son Softball" promoter who Is helping i i lous e' the Jaycees organize the Saddle- sore Series, explained yrV-crday hat the animals Involved were :empermental creatures and would startlgames only at such oild times. According to "Donkey Softball 1 ' rules, all players must be mounted except the pitcher and catcher. The satter remains on his feet only long enough to fire one at the cen- :erfleld wall. He then leaps aboard :ite waiting donkey and takes oft for first base — according to stand- | ^ n " ard operating procedure. ' ' Inflelders and outfielders also in Its athletic endeavor are "Hook" Lunsford, Bill "Sam- Crawford, Lngrons "Dog'• Whittle, Sanford ' * Shelton, Eddie "5-Yard 1 Bob "Hub Cap" Burns, "7-Up" Anderson, Ralph I Patton, Roland "Skceter * «i ur- "Goat Sallba, Harold "Slick" Bishop, Jimmle "Red" Robert Graves, Arthur Ayres, Clyde Saler, Mllnor Adler, Monk Aston, Bill Joe Edi'Ington, Jlnuny Erwln, Bill McMatli, James McGarrity, R, D, Mears, Joe Thomas and John McCloven. J. W. Taylor is team manager. Harmon Taylor and Joe Whltley will serve as umpires. Admission prices have been set at 50 cents plus tax lor adull advance sale ticket.?. Adult admission at tha gate will bo 75 cents plus tax. Both advance and gate admission j for children will be 25 cents pi tax. are mounted and if they can't snag the ball on the first try, have the alternative of riding to within four feet of it before dismounting to retrieve it. To make however, the fielder mi The game varies somewhat from normal Softball. Instead of by Innings the game is played In cliuck- ers, like In polo. Each ehucker lasts 12 minutes and there ar e six per game. Nine men compose a team, but plenty of substitutes are re-\ commended. Marshall Blackard, mentor of the Blytheville cavalry, j said he plans to pull a Barnhill and use a three-team system. The players will ride bare-back. Several ^prospective players with an eye to the future looked pained today but had no comment. An added comic feature of the game here will be a "Lady Godiva Relay Race," in which T. F. (Doc) Dean and Bill Crawford will clash with JImmie Sanders and Carl 'Cotton Belt" Gibbs, "Sinatra" Parker, Bob Smith. Larry "Sec" Kneas, H. L "Hoss" Halsell, Oliver "Frisco" Schwartz. Clarence "Speed" Webb. Jimmle "Spiffie" Guard, J. R. "nig Noise" Johnson, Leonard "Cm-ley" John- jn "Big Deal" •MteGarrlty, Elmer "Fleet Foot" Harper, Sanford "Cotchte" Boone, Billy "Hambone" Boone and Kenneth "Barnyard" Young. Latest reiwrts indicate the fol- dismountlng i ow -| n g Jaycees will be among those ;e the heave, > wcar i n( , the Osceola colors: Sam ust remount. | Haggard, Tim Bowles, Bussy Was- Opens at 6:30 p.m.; Starts 7:00 p.m. Last Time Today ;| CODE OF THE LAWLESS il Kirby Grant, Fu/zy Knifihl Serial: "The Scarlet Horseman" Shorts NEWARK, N. J., Oct. .18. (UP) — The War Assets Administration announced today a sale strictly for persons who would buy a pig in a poke. On Oct. 2-1. the WAA sriid. it would offere for .sale 10 safes, all locked. Neither the com- tions nor the contents o! the nfes were known. Fits the Charge IONIA. Mich., Oct. 18. (1IPI — ustice William Heath fined I'cle Drunke S11.05 yesterday when he ileaded guilty to a charge of Irunkcnncss. .D»nng Jul r , August ant September ><• *ipf*i! 192,000,000 b»jheli_,|iol,il» orer orw-third ol scheduled lotol BALANCE TO GO r*$T> •VoM*J* r\ vA^N^JfeffiTF-;—r: .. *r*t**mKN^h^; SKpfKi>9 removing 378,000,000 twheu •»«« on mtmge of 42,000,000 buihels , • wotitS fpc th* next ? months ' Wewschart above shows prog- rets ot U. S. program {or help- tog hungry nations abroad. Ricccss ol program depends on •nether lartners conserve v/heal ft feed it to livestock as corn •ubstitute, according to a De- •"»—t ot Agriculture official. Also Black T.ahn_M I'roof B.VRRF.TT HAMtt/ION IXC Distributors, I.ittfo riock Paroled Convict Puts One Over on 'Wise Boys' touchdown and Andy Tryens booted the winning point. Mulilenberg scored on a pass play, but the attempted conversion by Bill Bell was blocked by Bill Grady. On other Friday night games: Furman stopped citadel, 7 to 0; Miami whipped Rollins. 6 to 0: Hardin-Simmons romped over New Mexico, 33 to 7; Wayne beat Western Reserve, 20 to 13; and Morehouse defeated Alabama State, 19 to 12. Zaharias Sets New Mark For Women's Medal Play sell, J. W. Taylor. Billy Nicholson, LeRoy Owens, Joe Rhodes, Mclvin Lapldes, W. A. "Lefty" Alexander, Ed Stofieii, Emmett Wilson, Billy Bowen, Chester Walker Favored Teams Win Games In High School Loop (By United Press) Favored Little Rock, North Little Rock and El Dorado came through with victories last night to continue their winning ways in the Arkansas high school Doubic-A bracket. Flaying in a driving rain, the de- Tending champion Little Rock Tigers took a 23 to 6 decision from the hapless Fort Smith Grizzlies to chalk ui> thciv fifth straight win of the season. Scoring In the first, second and fourth quarters f 0r Little Rock were Kenneth Carter, Luther YOUIIR and Jack Wilkins. Ben Lee Scanlon was the Port Smith hero of the moment when he retrieved fumble and dashed 84 yards through the entire Little Rock team for touchdown in the second. North Little Rock played a slow game on a damp but not muddy field to defeat Russellville 26 to 0. Jimmy Hope was trie big noise for the Northsiders when he scored two touchdowns and set up a third with a 43-yard trek. Other scores were made by Leevon Hoffman and Vorls Johnson. Both teams took to the air early in the game. North Little Rock completing three out of 21 attempts for 39 yards and Russellville clicking on two out of 17 for 17 yards. Warm, balmy weather prevailec in El Dorado where the Wildcats trampled Smackover 20 to 0. it was El Dorado's fourth conference victory of the season and the 22nd year that the two teams have renewed their bitter rivalry. In other DouVrte-A games last night, Pine Bluff defeated Cnmden Pine salt should be used to clean 13 to 7 . IIot Spring stool: out For- Iiearl-handled articles. They should d y ce 34 to a - Texarkana won over then be polished with a chamois. : H °I le 14 to 5 ' B b : theville ran over I Jonesboro 26 to 0. Fayetteville defeated Van Burcn 12 to 0, and Bentonville won over Rogers 13 to 6. SATURDAY MIDNITK SHOW Starts 10:45 p.m. 'Dick Tracy vs. Cueball' Marjoric Conway & Anne Jeff it™ Also Shorts War Vet Loses His Life On High School Gridiron SALISBURY. N. C.. Oct. 18. (UP) Guriiey P. Peeter, ZO-yeai-old lull- back of China Grove, N. C., high School, died in a hospital yesterday frorfi a fractured skull received i:i a game Wednesday with Valdese. Peeter, a veteran of 18 months in th Army who was a post-graduate student at the high school, was taken from the game after being knocked unconscious and was brqught to Rowan County Hospital that night. Gamblers Warned MEMPHIS, Term., Oct. 18. (UP) — Memphis police were forewarned and forearmed today against gambling at the Texas-Arkansas football game here. Police Commissioner Joe Boylt ofderecl plain clothes detectives to scatter through crup stadium and "arrest all known gamblers on sight." Boyle said he had been tipped that a number of Hot Springs, Ark., gamblers would appear at the game. Sunday and Monday "13 Rue Madeleine" James Cagiiey, Annabclla, Richard Conte Paramount News, Also Sliurls New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT Box Opens Week Days 7:00 p.n> Matinee Saturday & Sunday Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Showing Saturday 'Marshal of Gunsmoke' Tex Kitfer. Russell Hayden Shorts FORT SMITH. Art:.. Oct. 18. (UP) —Mrs. Mildred (Babe) Didrickson Zahnrias put n new women's world's mark for 72-hole medal play tournament golf into the record* book today and put a check for $1,250 into her pocketbook. The Denver star won the Hardscrabble Women's Open Tourney KXOXVILLE. Tenn.. O:L 13. (UP) yesterday with a 293-strokc total —The FBI said today that a paroled i two strokes under the former world Tennessee convict and holdup man . record for women. Mrs. Zahnrias "hoodwinked" the U. 5. Army and • toured the rugged course iu a roc- obtained i\ commission in the coun- j ord-shattering . 11-undcr-par 63 tcr intelligence corps. | Thursday and shot four under par Tlie FBI tokl its story after the in the final round to finish five officer, Lt. James A. Hcuning, was sentenced to five years in prison in federal court here late yesterday lor transporting a stolen automobile from Birminshnm to Knoxville. Th-» lieutenant, the FBI claimed, served 22 months of n three-year prison sentence in Nashville fnr a holdup. strokes muter her nearest rival, Patty Berg of Minneapolis, whose final round was a six under par low medal score of 13. • Defending Champion Betty Jameson of San Antonio. Tex., won thud place and $500. She finished 12 strokes off the winner's pace. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! ReeetTed Seals on S.ile at Hie Legion Arena from 6 p. m. Every Monday, ADULTS '15c — CHILDREN 15« Monday. October 20 <T»» inciadtd) _ . IjOX SEATS 15c EXTRA Saturday Owl Show "SIS HOPKINS" with ,ludy Caiiova Sunday and Monday ' HIGH BARBAREE" with V:m Johnson, June Allyson Selector! Shorts RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark: TODAY # 'CISCO KID RETURNS" with uncan Ucnaldo and Given Kcnyon Cartoon and Clh Chapter "Purple Monster Strikes" TAG MATCH JIM versus MEL PETERS and JACK WELCH ALSO TWO 1-FALL, 30-MINUTE MATCHES Jim Spencer vs. Mel Peters Floyd Byrd vs. Jack Welch An engine reoofldition- ing job done here is a specialized job —done by International - trained mechanics using special International equipment and installing factory- engineered International Parts. The result U what you'd expect— jff c practically new engine} performance from a re-j conditioned engine. So! improve truck performance and cut operating costs with an engine reconditioning job here. Phone and tell us when we may do a job for Saturday Owl Show "BORN TO KILL" with I,au-rence Tierncy and Claire Trevor Also Cartoon Snndav »nr1 Mondar Tuesday A IOVE STORY SET | } TO A CAVALCADE I; I OF ^ THRILLS! V.j=4 * &&z=&m ( ^ ^ •1LU DC WOLFE • Willis* Pii..«iiM 1 1 C»«tl<m<» Colli.r • Fran* Fffrf*** I SOUTH Z»? SK PHONE863 [>ir«ct*d by G«»r»« t Warner News A Shorts

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