Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 9, 1973 · Page 16
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 16

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Past' >B NKWS-llKRAlJ), I 'aiiunia (Hy. Kla.. Siiiiday. Scpfniilx 'r !>. VM HIS AND HEft HORROR? "DAUGHTERS 3:42 - 7:00 OOVVNTOWN THEATRE 200 HARRISON PH. 785-8331 2:04 - 5:22 - 8:40 martin theatre 409 HARRISON »V[./785 5295 NOW! 2ND WEEK INDIAN 3:0«-6:0«-9:11 TRAMP-4:44-7:44 A SUPm SUMMBi SPECIAL from Walt Disney Prodoctions... One Little Indian TECHNICOLOR'S' WALT DISNEY SUPER - - TECHNICOLOR" CINEMASCOPE Rt 'Ftltittd By BUENA VISTA OlSIPieuriON CO, INC ©Will Dune/ PioduciiDni florida theatre 1347 W. 15TH STREET/763 1495 NOW! 2ND WEEK 2:30 - 4:36 - 6:42 -8:48 ALBERTR MOSRE as :-IANFLEI LIVE AND LETDIE POSTMAN'S HOLIDAY — Elmo Capo, a boat captain at Marathon, came all the way to Panama City to enter the Silver Trophy fishing tournament. He is shown with a pair of redfish, six and four pounders. The tournament runs through Oct. 14. Maggie Repeats By MIKE HUGHES II PI Executive Sports Editor FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (UPI) —Margaret Court, the grand old lady of Australian tennis, Saturday won her fifth U.S. championshsip when she defeated countrywoman E V 0 n n e Goolagong 7-6, 5-7, 6-2 in the women's final at the 1973 Open. The victory was the 31-year- old Mrs. Court's 32nd national title in a decade of globetrotting and confirmed her ranking as the world's No. 1 player. Earlier this year Mrs. Court, mother of a two-year-old son, won the Australian and French titles, her only major championship setback coming at Wimbledon when she lost a three-set semifinal to ChrisdEvert. She avenged that defeat Friday to reach the final. For Evonnne, 22, it was yet another defeat at the hands of her great rival whom she has defeated only twice in matches going back to 1971. She lost in straight sets to Mrs. Court in the Australian final this January. Mrs. Court, who has already banked $139,000 in winnings this year, earned a check of $25,000 for her victory, the first time the women's prize has matched that of the men. Evonne's runnerup check was worth $12,000. In the end it was Mrs. Court's greater consistency of service _ which was to decide the isle of view drive-in EVERin AVENUE/785 4110 PAPn MOON 7:30 HAROU) C MAUDE 9:20 outcome in one of the best women's matches seen at the famed West Side Tennis Club. Evonne matched Margaret sttroke for stroke but her weak second sei-vice and suspect backhand when trapped into a corner was her downfall. John Newcombe beat Ken Rosewall, fellow Australian, 6-4, 7-6, 6-3, and Stan Smith lost in an upset to Jan Kodes, Czechoslovakia, 7-5, 6-7,1-6, 7-5, in men's semifinals. gulf driue-in FIFTEENTH STREET/763-2492 TONIGHT WU KQITO • JANE GE/MOUR • A:5ERT n BROCCOLI ,x Wmi SALI/ /•^^•rC---:s^J:yWr;L:N3A^cCARlNEYy:^---::.-J.'--T/y:,Vu: United Artists The Dkcctof • Cofflptny prcMnb • NOW PLAYING 2 48 - 4:52 - -6:56 -9:00 [capri theatre I ^GAYLORO SHOPPING CNTR./785 5878^ NOW PLAYING 2 48 - 4:52 - -6:56 -9:00 SHAFT'S BACK and twice as bad... kickin the Mafia up and down the world and back. ataning nOUNDTKEC aa tOHM SHAFT MGM Resents A STIRUNG SIIDPHANT' ROGER LfWIS (^oductkxi •SHAFT IN AFRICA" Starring.RICHARD ROUNDTREEVONETTA McGEE VWitten by STIRUNG SILijPHA ^fr• Produced by ROGER kEWIS ^ Directed by JOHN GUILLERMIN Metrocotof'RanavisiofT |J|^ A Pdramouni Release ,:.' "'^ IIRROR IN iHf Wax MUSEUM "IT IS A JOY!" -tu,Uh f..i( To'i Miigoi.nr Paromownl Pi(tur«i Pftitnli HAROLD and AAAUDE (ppj Coloi by I«hnicolo(' A PoromounI Piclurt m F^IRESFONE HGH1S INFLATION! 1974 ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT DOUBLE BELTED WDITEWALLS! 15 T. LESS per set than our July prices! DELUXE CHAMPION SUPR-BELT T/te same long mileage tire that comes on many new1974cars Two cord body plies of POLYESTER FIBERGLASS Double belt under tread ) Compare our Price...our QMality... It's the best tire bargain in townf^ 15 to ''36^^ per«t I than our July prices! I |^$QQ40 $i|Q60 LESS [ TO 4C PER SET i than our July prices! WHITEWALLS SMALL CARS SizesA78-13. B78-14, C78-14, E78-14, 15; F78-14, 15 4.100 Plus 51,8110 52 54 per tire F.E.T and 4 old tires. V J WHITEWALLS MEDIUM CARS SizesG78-14, 15; H78-14.15 4.110 Plus 52 67 10 S2 96 por lift' F E T and 4 old lires V J $i|gi20 $Qi:40 LESS Cu TO MU PER SET than our July prices! WHITEWALLS LARGE CARS Si2esJ78-14, 15, L78-15 4IL30 Plus S3 02 to S3 31 per lire F E T and 4 old tires Similar low price for singles and pairs. BUY NOW...CHARGE 'EM if we shoulc/sell out of your size, a raincheck will be issued, assuring future delivery at the advertised.price. Priced as shown at Firestone Stores Compeiitively pnced at Firestone Dealers and at all service stations displavmg the Firestone sign STADIUM GAR ROBE %3 •50" X 60" with fringed ends.. .carry in snap-handle bag • Machine washable (and dryable); shrink- resistant, moth-resistant and non-allergenic Limit one at this price. Additional $8.50 each • Ideal for sports events, car and home use CAMPERS! VANS! PICKUPS! FIRESTONE TRANSPORT TRUCK TIRES $ 6.00-16 Black Tube-Type 6-ply rated Plus S2.33 F.E.T, and tire off your vehicle 24-MONTH BATTERIES Fircstoni' Motor-Kin^' 12 -Voll Hiitlory Price includes acid and normal installation. Flls mosi CO". LUBE and OIL CHANGE ln( liiili's u|i Ici 'i (jiiiirls III hi^'h (ir.iili' nil. Call for appointnnent to avoid delay. FRONT END ALIGNMENT I'rc'iisicin .ili(;nmcnt h\ skilk'ii mi'ch.inics Arpe"f.An till (Extra oMwintcwri Inth ttr cond ) Parts extra, if neatfad. 4-WHEEL BRAKE RELINE Wi- install new linings on all 4 wheels, adjust brakes, and inspou complete sysUm. Drum brakei onFordi Chevyi, Plymouth* and ^marican compacti. DIXIE Ti re $tott^ 1100 W. 15th St. Hours :8-6-Phone 785 0 500 Willis Coulliette, Mgr.

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