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Armed Santa This happy-faced guard at the Dearborn (Mich.) Federal* Credit Union greets workers ¡amming in to cash checks before the holiday. But there was not enough Peace on Earth for him to dispense with his uniform and holster. (Wirephoto) Penney-Missouri Honors r To Women's Pages Columbia, Mo. (AP)—Dean Roy M. Fisher of the University of Missouri School of Journalism here has announced the winners of the i2th annual Penney-Missouri Awards competition for excellence on the nation’s women’s pages. The total sum awarded to the winners in the 1971 women’s page fashion, reporting-writing and photography categories was $12,475, Dean Fisher said. Winners included: Reporting-Writing: The San Francisco Chronicle, for Judith Anderson’s series on rape. A special award went to the Davenport (Iowa) Times-Democrat for Tom Kuncl’s series on shoplifting. In the fashion category, the Ledger-Star, Norfolk, Va., won! for Ruth Hawkins’ story on I “Bed Linens Make Social | Splash.” Other fashion winners: j 1 Class I: (Dailies up to 25,000j circulation)—(Butte) Montana i Standard, Betty Ann Raymond. | Class II: (25,000 to 100,000 cir-j culation—Press-Enterprise, Riv-i erside, Calif., Betty Danfieldi and Davenport (Iowa) Times Democrat, William Wundram. Class III: (100,000 and up cir-i culation—Louisville (Ky.) Cour-’ ier-Journal, Carol Sutton. Class IV; (Weeklies)—Kettering-Oak wood (Ohio) Times, Anita Richwine. were $1,500 each. The award for the photographer of the year I was $750, and winners in the three photoclasses roceived $200, first; $100, second, and $75, third. Dirty Harry and the homicidal maniac. Harry's the one with the badge. Dirty Harry Clint Eastwoods TECHNICOLOR iRi Today 1:00-3:00 S.00-7:00-9:00 10:55 Twi-Lite Hr. 4-30- S:00/$1.25 tmrm Todoy 1:45-3:45 5:45-7:45-9:45 EoHyBird Hr. 5:155:45/51,25' '¡V '' mid A meriga cinbima located in The Blue Ridg« Mall East BLUE MDGE CINEMA^ Intersection Of Blue Ridge Brvd./l-/0/rtiway 40 A TONIGHT... IN PERSONI 5:00 TO 8:00 PJM. JOHNE PEARSON '^' broadcas ' ts *^ Winners for women’s photography included: page Women’s Page Photographer of the Year: Bob Coyle, Telegraph-Herald, Dubuque, Iowa. Class I (Layout); Nathan Eenn, Palm Beach Post-Times ; and an honorable mention fori Jon Jacobson, Telegraph-Her-' aid, Dubuque, Iowa. Class II (Story-Telling Picture); Ken Weseley, San Bernardino (Calif.) Sun-Telegram. Class III (Personality Portrait): Fred Comegys, Wilmington (Del.) News-Journal. Awards of $1,000, $500 and $250 go to the three women’s page winners in each of the four circulation classes. The fashion and reporting-writing WALT DISNEY’S ITS THE HAPPIEST CANINE CARTOON OF ALL' TCCNNICOLOII * CIMEMASCOPf Plus! DISNEY'S"COWDOG" BLUE RIDGE. PAUL NEWMAN HENRY FÛNDA BLUE .RÏDGE. SHOWS TODAY AT 1:00 2:35 4:20 6:10 8:00 9:40 "Sometimes a Great Notion” LEEREmiOC micHaa X saRRaan TODAY AT 1:00 3:00 5:00 7:10 9:15 téiiSiüâ Car Crash Shakes Up Symington Seoul (AP)—Sen. Stuart Sym-' ^ ington (D-Mo.) was “shaken up somewhat” in a motor car acci-: % dent Christmas Day in Seoul and was taken to a hospital for observation, a U.S. Embassy spokesman reported. The spokesman said the Missouri Democrat suffered no physical injury when a car in which he was a passenger was in an accident. He declined to give further information on the accident. The spokesman said Symington, chairman of the subcommittee on security agreements and overseas commitments , was under observation at the U.S. Eighth Army Hospital in Seoul. On a world fact-finding tour, Symington has met with U.S. i Embassy and military officials in Korea and Korean government leaders including President Chung-Hee Park. The spokesman said he could not say if Symington would be able to leave as scheduled tomorrow for Okinawa. The senator is accompanied by his wife and two aides. dollar IN COLOR BLUETTTJ RIDGEili] UJflRRCn BeflTTV _____ COLDI€Hfilun BLUE RIDGE. Chevalier Rests Paris (AP)—Maurice Chevalier had a quiet night but his condition remains unchanged, the Necker Hospital announced today. The hospital said the 83- year-old entertainer, suffering from a critical kidney ailment, would be allowed a dinner of creamed chicken, and fruit salad. BLUE RIDGE 3: 1:00 3:00 5:10 7:20 9:30 BLUE RIDGE 4: 1:30 3:30 5:40 7:50 10:00 T DRIVE IN THEATRES FREE ELECTRIC iN-CAR HEATERS T.? 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COLOR ALL AGES ADMITTED AT BOTH THEATRES ( TODAY 1:C0- OC 6:00-8:009:45 Twi-lite Hour 5 30-6.00/SI.25 TODAY 2:00 3:45 5:30-: 9:00-10:^ 7ns i^lgntoocd II 45 A Metcalf MI9-7SOO TECHNICOLOR^ CINEMASCOPE ftrrn (h? I :.p| t/ WABO GPEENE tu »cts íOMiTtto Re relíjsfd by BUENA VISTA OISIRIBUIION CO.. INC. *1971 Watt Citsney Producticns i^km Do you like to shop where you get thot personal feeling that your business is really appreciated? At Pay-Less We care about our customers, and we do try to please them. TRY U5! WATCH FOR YOUR DAILY PAY LESS AD IN THE K.C. TIMES LIVi! ON STAGfl MelOoldblan& Die! 28 thru JAN 2 * Boxoffice open tomorrow NOON to 6:00, Reservations call 471-328S Speciol Student Discount 25% OfF With AMC I.D. Cord , ■ c . Inquire obout GROUP RATES " end STUDENT RUSH!' SPECIAL 471-3288 „MM rill cf AfTi/fir NATIONAL INDEP.-HARDESTY CHARLTON HESTON- ''OMEG AM AN" ’ IsO ELIKE SUMMER , //7CDDEI 1;1S 5 45- MICHAELYORK ittrrtLiri g 17 National Generai Theatres Shows at E wmi 40 AT. Blue Ridge Shows at 1-2:35-4:20 6:10-8-9:40 PARK 27l2Stron| Dovid Reynoso Lolo Bel Iron “FURIAS BAJO EL CIELO" Mexican Newsreel y Cartoons 7 00 9;15 Fuiterton, Carey, Kaster fi Oman Arehitepts WALT DISNEY’S BLUE RIDGE, A HIWÄY <n AT BLUE RIDGE p..., TECHMICOLOR* CINEMASCOPE (iST»riv'’!Bi)f'0’ir.r) s', .vj a ,. i o.sr., p-m l"0—* 1.1 - 1 I ill ■*rt-rv o PAUL NEWMAN ’’Sometimes^ a Great Notion” HiNRY_FONOA LEE RÉiWICK TECHNICOLOR-PANAVISICN' SEE REGULAR DIRECTORY ADFORSHOWTIMES ON ALL PICTURES BLUE RIDGE HIWAY 40 AT ' 17^1 Vmii III I ^ ^ : i» -s II j BLUE RIDGE. / ★ 4 THE^TRS eOMPl^X COeiTAIijlliG TWO THEAll9iSJVITH 4^ SEATS EACH ft TWO THEAilliSWITH 2O0liA1^ EACM. ★ PARKlim FOR 400 CARS. ^ ★ COMPIiETELVjUlTOMATED EOUlPINENT THAT . OlVES THE FiliiT IN PROJECTION OF PICTURE AND SOUND, ^ / ★ EXnlA SPACE BETWEEN ROWS FOR COMFORTABLE SEATING. . ★ THIS IS THE FIRST BUII.DING CONTAlNINa FOUR SCREENS CONSTRUCTED EXCLUSIVELY AS A THEATRE IN GREATER «LANSAS CITY. BLUE RIDGE UJnRR€nB6RTTV,n? GOLDie HRiun DOLLARS a I . I r?.: : JONIGHT ONW ’ ^ ÏIÏ PERSOiyii i Î-. . ■'! :r" : ‘X:- -' .. WITI JOHNE lEARSQj^ f LIVE KMBZ BROAI JCASTS iS 5 TO 8 Plifl í ★ r- 5; • THE FOLLOWING CONTRACTORS WHO MADE,THE NEW BLUE RIDGE CINEMAS POSSIBLE WISH THE STAFF & MANAGEMENT SUCCESS FENDER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 501 N. Union, Indep., Mo. Generol Contractor 252-6767 Nichols Electric Company 10927 1/2 Winner Rd., Independent«, Mo. 254>8710 E. J. Walter Plastering Co. 720 Kindelberger Rd., Kansas City, Kans. 281*3136 Art Iron Works 11102 East Truman Rd., Independence, Mo. 252-9101 Rupard Asphalt & Paving Co. 5201 Quincy, Kansas City, Mo. 923-8622 Kidwell Construction Co. 1707 North Pleasant, Independence, Mo. 833-2822 Temperature Engineering 1338 McGee, Kansas City, Missouri 421-0240 Mid-Contfnent Theatre Supply 1800 Wyondotte, Konsas City, Mo. 221-0480 Gorman-Taber Co. 401 lydia, Knntai City, Mo. Rondali tiAasonry 3121 South UnioM, lnd«|itnd»nc«, Mo. Muehiberger Construction Co. 4711 Wyoming, Konsoi City, Mo. Harding Glass 1608 locuit, Koniai City. Mo. ^ Morford Dry Wall 9RQ2 lott 3Alh, lnd*ptnd«nc«. Mo. Clinton Roofing Clinttn, Mi«touri Miller Sosh & Door 2R01 Io>t ISth, Kontoi City, Mo. Barry Brokaw Acousticol & Floor Covering Contractors 191S W»tt 43rd, Koniai City, Nonioi 236 7560 Manley Company ti20 Wyondett«, Kontot City, Mo. 421t6tSS Federal Sign & Signal Corp. 4400 Clary ll*4> City, Mo. 4403 I

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