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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 5, 1949
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SATURDAY, MARCH 8,1349 BMTHRV1LLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS Chicks Miss State Meet by One-Point lloss to Jonesboro By Georce Clark Courier Newl Sports Editor a JONESBORO, Mar. 5.— The Blytheville Chicks cam l.vithiu one point of their first state tournament in 16 year last night when they out-played and out-scrapped the iavorc onesboro Golden Hurricane only to lose by a 54-53 score in semi-final game at the berl ndians Advance In District 3 Meet Shawnee Five Plays Marmaduke Team in Tourney Semi-Finals WILSON, Msr. «.—Play In the District Three Class B cage lonrnn- It District Three cage tourney |3mith Gym here. * A win would have assured the |:>hicks of a trip to the state tour- I lament tn Little Rock next weei 1-ecardless ol how they finished In l.he tourney finals, as both first Imd second-pluce winners of each liistrlct arc entered. But late deal- It pitiful hand In the closing min- iates and they had to be satisfied livilh sn "almost." By virtue of the one-point vic- Itory, Jonesboro won the right w> •meet, Leachville's Lions in the • championship finals tonight at • Leachville got a scare from the scrappy Lions of Manila, but man- aged'to muscle their way Into the final gome with a 39-37 victory ' |last night's first semi-final lilt. Tribe Get Early Leail Given only an outside chance to get into the tourney's finals, th [chicks got hot early and led tli Hurrleant most of the way. Coac' James Fisher's Tribe Jumped lo a '.•wu-ly lead and then matched 111 UHjldshirts goal lor goal and ha .things pretty muchly under control until Charley Keller, the Hurricane's high-scoring ace, pulled the game out of the fire with three consecutive »et shots from about |30-feel out midway in the lourtn quarter. 1 That gave the Hurricane a W-42 lead and the chicks were never able to catch up. Sonny Stircs. who had substituted for Alviil Duclos, missed a pair of free throws in the late [minutes that would have given the I Chicks a victory had they been made. With less than two minutes to go and the Chicks trailing 54-40, Duclos was fouled in the act of shooting but before he could take his free throws the official scorer discovered that a foul *"'«" he had committed a few seconds before was his fifth and he was forced to leave the game without shooting. Stircs | was sent In to replace Duclos and I therefore was entitled to the free shots but he missed both. Dsceo/a Loses To Mt. Ida in Junior Meet Osccola's Junior Seminoles were eliminated from the state Junior ilBh cage tournament In Pine Bhifl ast night by dropping a 51-43 decision lo the strong Ml. Ida qUn- tet In the quarter-finals. Osceola won its first-round game yesterday beating the Forrest City juniors 45-20. Had the Junior Seminoles won last night, they would have met the Pine Bluff Juniors in the scm-finals today. Jonesboro's juniors advanced into semi-final play by ousting Mountain Hill 56-40 In a quarter-final scrap last night. Jonesboro niel Bellfontc this morning. In the other semi-final match today, Pine Bluff played Ml. Ida. Bellfontc won over luckcnnan 34-20 and Pine Bluff cliinlunti'd Van Buren 31-36 ill other quarterfinal games last night. ,9 Thoroughbreds Compete Today in Oaklawn Feature HOT SPRINGS, Ark., March 5. (/pj_Nine thoroughbreds were lo compete today in Ihe second running of the $5.000-added King Cotton Handicap, which climaxed Ihe , second week .of Oaklav n Park's 30- day spring race meeting. The mile and 10 yard event marked the first meeting of two of the best lour-year-olds at track, Mrs. Emll Denemark's Enforcer and Henry Forrest's Traveler, both geldings. Top weight of 118 pounds was nient here moved Into the scmt-tl- nal round this mornliiK with lour teams battling for the right to compete In the championship finals Unlght. The semi-final round began at 10 o'clock this morning in Lake City meeting the loumcy-favmed West Memphis quintet. In the second game al 11 o'clock, Shiuvncc. Mississippi county champions, battled Mnnnaduke, the tourney dark norse team. Winners of the morning's games will meet tonight al B o'clock! to determine the District Three champions Both tennis will be nssiirctl ol a place in the state tomnnmcnl which opens next week at Sheridan as the first and second place winners of each district are allowed to compete. Shuu-ncr Heals Wilsim in last DieM's quarter-final games, Lake City advanced Into semi-final play by trouncing Tyronza 45-37. West Memphis hud an easy time with the smaller but .scrappy Nottleton entry 32-23; I Shawnce defeated Wilson lor the onrth time this season 41-34 ami Marmaduke found smooth sailing; with Marlon and won 53-36 In other jumrs. Following lontRht's championship came tournament trophies will be presented to first and second place winners urn! the all-district team chosen by officials of the tournament, will be announced. Last night's lineups: First Game Joycees Encouraged Over Plan To Form Class D Baseball Loop Tin po»sibllltl«8 of the return of organiied basebMl to Blylhevllle were bolslercd somewhat yesterday with th« receipt of t letter by Marshall Blackard, chairman ot the Blylhevllle JayMes 1 special BiitelmU Committee, , The letter wns from C. "Dutch" Hoffman of Belleville, III., president of the Class D Illinois State League, who Is contemplating the organizing of a Class D circuit In this are*, Mr. Hoffman Indicated In his lel- tcr tlnU ho was very milch Inlor- o.stcil In the Inclusion ol Dlythcvlllv in the proposed league. Other cities being considered me Jone.sboro, Ark., Dyersburg mid Jackson, Tcnn., and Poplar Bluff »nd Cipe Qlwir- dcau, Mo. Mr. Blacknrd stated that Bill Wynti. president ol ilic Blylhevllle Junior Clinmber of Commerce ap pointed the two-man baseball com Pair of Gorillas' To Wrestle With ISirois, Harrell mlttce to confer with local diamond enthusiasts to consider the possibilities ol the Inclusion ot Bly- thevllle in Ihe proposed league shortly alter sports fans were first uppronched on the idea two months a K o. Elmer Ross Smith Ls serving on the committee with Mr. Black «rrt. I'.viik Give Encourateinenl Mr. Blackard said that the committee has conlered with several ot ic city's ardent bnscball fans con cininR the mutter that reception o the Idcn wns encouraging. He stated thnt he was notified by clephone yesterday by Huland lueller of Belleville, a member ol he board of directors ol the Illinois State LcaB«e, that officials ol lli« ciigue would meet with reprcscnl- ilives ol cities mentioned for inclusion in the proposed Class D loop n Cape Qlrardeau, Mo., in a week Tyronia (31 ...13* Burtoi ...<8> Emricl ...19) Justic Perdu ...(131 Smil It turned out that those two I charity tosses could have been the • deciding points, for btires sank a ^ne-hanri set shot seconds later and with only five seconds to go Chick center Jim Berry stole the ball at I mid-court and dribbled in for a I n«at crip shot. The buzzer ending Ithe game sounded as Berry's shot I swished through the net. Hodge Leads Scoring The Chicks' B. B. Hodge led both I teams in scoring meshing 18 points I followed closely by Keller of Jonesboro with 17, all of which were I scored in the last half. Duclos and I Jonesboro's Everett Johnston ac- 1 counted for 14 points each. 1 Defensively, guards Charles Frankum and Duclos were Blythc- ville's standouts. The two operated nicely in under-the-basket work and during the. first three quarters almost completely dominated rebound piay. In last night's first game, Lcach- ville had to overcome an early Ma- I nila lead and then beat off two late attacks in order to salvage | their victory. Manila, always a hard tournament team, battled the favored Lions foot for foot all the game but was unable to extend a ' last-quarter rally far enough. The game featured exceptional floor play by Manila's Marm Harris and Leachville's Bill Sain, whn did most of their damage under the basket. Sain led Leachville's scoring with 18 points and Harris paced Manila with 10. . The lineups: First Game Leachville 139) Pos. • Manila (32) Nelson (B) P (8) Yelverton Scott (9) F "> Wagner Sain (181 O (6) East Welch ° C" Ketchum Aaron (4) G (10) Harris Substitutions: Manila —Fleenmn. Sernnd Game jonc-sboro (54) Pos. Blytheville <53> Atkinson (2) P (2) Franknm Pryor (2) F (91 Gentry Johnston (14) C (8) Berry Morris (8) O (18) Hodge Keller (II) C5 <H> Duclos Substitutions: Jonesboro— Abernathy (11), Blytheville—Stires (2) and Reid. assigned to Enforcer, while Traveler j was asked to cany one pound less. A beaten favorite in the Arkansas Derby last year. Enforcer came back to the races last, week after a long rest, to defeat a strong field in a six-furlong event. Traveler attracted attention Wednesday when he easily won the Majestic Hotel purse and covered six furlongs in 1:10.2, only one fifth of a second off the track record. Certain to rate high in public favor was Reynold Brothers' Mr. Chairman, six-year-old horse which will be making his season debut. He was to carry 105 pounds. Shecan was awarded the featured seventh race yesterday after Stewards allowed jockey Norman Cartwright's claim of four against Billy Taylor, riding Poxy No Mark, which headed Shecan In a photo finish. Taylor was suspended for the rest of the meeting for rough riding. Lake City («) I" Smallwood c9> P Wood 14) P Flynn 131 C Gri.sham .. -G R'pcrt (13) . G. Substitutions: Lake city—Thorn ton and Williams (161. Tyronia- wllson and Tatum. Second Game W. ..'Vphls (3Z) Pos. Nclllclon 123 Carpenter (61 P. -.(41 Surbaugh Cross (2) P 16) Hardln I Davis (10) ....C <4 > BoX Plttman (121 .G. ..(I) Williams McKlllBht (21 G <2) Hlplns Substitutions: West Memphis Sorrels. Nettleton—Gammil. Thlrrt Game Shawnee (41) Pos. ..Wilson (31) Vrooman (U) P ... (5) LaRue James (15) ....F. ..'5' Forrester Kelly (1) C. <19) T. unwood 1 Coffman (2) ..G («) Boyles Higglns 161 ....G. '!) Underwood Substitutions: Shawnee — Bailey, I Harrison. Welch, and Housaman. Wilson—Garrett and Johnston. Fnurlb Game Slur'iluke (,53) Pos. ..Marion (38) [0 H (41 P. <!<» Bramucci Daughcrty (13) F. ..(15i Bnratt! iralg di) ...-C '2) Allen •ritchard (2) .<> <5) Eiizor Freeman (10) .G. ...(2> Frecmnn Substitutions: Marmaduke—Weaver (4), Jordan (D. Cupplcs, Morris —- now used Oman n'. vjujj^.^-j. »••".• ••* i ""' (2> and Lucius. Marlon-W. Mur- | baseball games, phy, Jennings '2>. G. Murphy. Billings and Wendell. two tn discuss plans lor the organizing of the league to begin operation in 1950. Severn! other Blylheville citizens linve teen notified of the mcctliiK ,uid a delegation to represent Blytheville would altend. he said. In his letter Mr. Hoffman pointed out lliat It would be impossible U> bc"in operation of such a league for at another year but he urged that if Blylhcville Is Interested that plans be made Immediately lor the arrangement of facilities. Suitable Diamond Soufht Mr. BlHckard stated thai In Investigating Blylhcvllle's possiuin- Des of accommodating organized baseball he talked wllh several properly owners about a site for the location of a suiuble park. "We have several deals working," he said, "bul naturally the committee cannot do anything until It is ilclinilcly decided lhat Blytheville is Interested." We are Just more or less feeling the idea oul." He stated lhat he also planned lo talk with members of the Mississippi County Fair Association about use ol the Walker Park diamond as soon as possible taut, added that the field would have to be rc-modclcd before it could be accepted for use. The Walker Park diamond was used as a home field for the Blytheville Giants In the pre-war days ol the Class D Northeast Arkansas League. However, the league folded with the war and since that time very little maintenance work has iccn done on the field. The field Is for softball and senu-pro Antonln "Clorllln" Mnclas, lla: bl Mexican who marie his mat debit here this week, will Urlnis along on of his two wrestling brothers as partner in the lag mulch loatui of the American Lesion's wrcsllln bouts al Ihe Legion Arena Moiuln night. Teaming with "Gorilla" will b aclus, a younger brother wl lM under ttie name of "Gorl la" Macta:: III. Jacobo Mnclas, U third brother Is known U> wrcsll (torn as "Gorilla II." Opixismg the IWD "Gorillas" w lie Walter Slrols and Henry Han who teamed against Gorilla 1 his dfbul here lust Monday nisi Carlos Rocirlqur-z. unoihcr Mcxici served us Antonio's partner In LI bout. The wre.'.lllns brothers hull fr< Mexico C'ily. nolh arc regarded »s top performers In Mexican wrestling circles. Antonio, In his initial apprar- micc here, startled Hlytheville's wrestling Inns with his npc-llkc ap- iance. Both he and his brolh- Jose, stand' more tlmn six-feet [nil and weigh between 210 and 225 jiouncls. In the two one-fall preliminary bouts Antonio Maclas will moot Slnns and Jose will lake on Harrell. ice Defeats "exos Aggies n SWC Fihab COI.LKCIE STATION, Tex., Mar. M'l—Tlic Southwest Confereme nskctbiill race ha> ended In a tree-way tie. nk-e look Itself • third of the ininploiuhlp her* l»st night by feiilhiB Texa« A, fe til; 63-30. Previously Arkansas nnrt liayloi nd dnched their third-shares. Tile ciison ended with the Hlce-Aefilca »me. Jllce's Tom and McBermott llert or Well point honori with IS cadi James 11. Stewart, executive ill- color of the Southwest Confereiu-e uid member of the District Klx NCAA Selection Coininlltoe. salt n Diillns an announcement mlnh be made today on who will repre si-nl tlir district In the wrstm NCAA pluyoff fll Kansas City. 74 Candidates Answer Barnhitl's Spring Call Sports Roundup Hub Jr. line Yoti Bun (.popular pMtfaM) th* ottwr day when MOMOO* uk«4 Phil RlMulo: "Why doot you tweh B«rra how to read alone wtth your kl<U?"... .Phil ahook hU h**d hope- leuljr and replied: Thar dont re»d th* aim* comic book*." FAYETl'UVILl.K. Ark.. March 6 i,Vi—Spring (oolbnll training stnrlcd yesterday lit the Unlvcrsll of Arkunsiui with 14 players ' luuul. Conch John Barnhlll, who switching to the T formation, w n.vU.slcil by T-«p«i'l Bornle Mn ter.son. n.vlstanl conch of the pro- vitomil New York Bulldogs. NEW YORK, March »—m—The imei of a hundred or to Kentucky erby hopefuli, of which maybe a oien will be starter*, were given it to the public today... And that ecalled the «lory of the most sur- rlslng btaiter In the history of the ace Buck In 1930. the late Put uyce h>d nominated a nag named Dick O'llnra .... He soon learned he horse didn't have a chance and lad no Intciitlln of running him ... But when the entry bov open- d on Friday, In fume the name of Dick O' Horn, nnd he started, too ... It seems Joyce had learned that a character In Chicago was running a derby "pool" which guaranteed 4 o 1 on • ticket If the horse started. The operator, feeling sure Dlclc O'Ham wouldn't sturt, had sold a lot of extra tlckcl.i on that horse .... Joyce's effort to protect the surkers was fruitless, for the snre- thliiK guy took a runout with the dough he had collected. NOTICE Nolle* li hereby given that til* undersigned will within the Urn* fixed by law 'apply to th* Oommia- ttoner of Revenue* of th* SUt« ot Arluuuu for a permit to nil bur at retail at lit So. Mala, bawb- vllle, Mississippi County. Th* undersigned «tat«a that bt U a dtlam ot ArXantaa, at food moral character, that h* haa ner«r been convicted ol a felony or otb*r urlms Involving moral turpttud*; that no license to Mil be« by tt» undersigned haa b*«n nroktd within five year* last past; and that the undersigned ha* never been convicted ol violating UK law* ot this state, or any other atate, relating to the sale ot aloohoUe liquors. Fred F. Alexander. Subscribed and »worn to befcr* me this 3rd day of March, It a. DeLeon Alexander, Notary Publl* My Commission explrea 4-1-U. Btj Breeie When the news thnt the 81. 1/ouls Browns were trying lo evict the Cardinals from Sportsman's Piuk lilt the papers last week, an anonymous St. Louis Globe-Democrat wilier observed nn the editorial PHKC that the Browns were Just "heaving a sulsh." Cooper and Palmer Grab Lead at St. Petersburg ST. ETrmsIiURO. Fla,, March » (,rj—1( will tnkc n flock of birdies to catch Pete Cooper mid Johnny Pnl mcr In the Insl 36 holes of the SI Petersburg doll Open today iuicl to morrow. Copper, Ponte Vcclrn Bench. Flu professional, and Palmer, Umrln pro from Badln, N.C.. were 01 Iront by three strokes nt the bnlf way point with 1355, seven undc par. SC DumpsOzarks58-49; o Enter NAIB Tourney CLAllKSVlLbfc, Ark,, Miiruli t>- •j—Arkun.iu.i Slate College. JO iro. will represent Arkaiwas In the oviriiiimenl o( Ilic National AS.WJ- nthm of IntercollCBlnle Busket- iill nt Kiinsus City. It won Hint right here nlRlit y defeating College of the Oinrkn. 58-49. Wedne.sdiiy night State do- euted Oznrks. 68-50. In the first ol a bcst-ol-lhrec scries. nrhs 1 Jacobs was high scorer vith 17 nolnUi. Lions Spend I-'rpcly NEW YORK (O.P.I—During tl five days of their 1D48 conventlo In New York, the Lions spent proslnmtcly S5.000.000, city tors' bureau reported. Atxuit 2!j.0t delegates attended the convention, miinncr. Atwater Kent, Former Radio Magnate, Dies HOLLYWOOD. March 5. (Tl— AU-aler Kent, B Miccessful busl- icssmnn who In his Inter years became n (nbuloiis figure In fabulous Hollywood, (lied yestcrdiiy nt 70. A rndlo mnnufncturer who ort a fortune In the days when radio was little more than a toy, he retired 12 years ago to a show- plncc on one of the Hollywood hills' highest penks to enjoy life. His money wont Jointly to philanthropy of all sorts and to parties, which he gave for movie folk ind visiting dignitaries In the grand KpnrlBponrrl nevllle. CICOIRC D. Wldnener's colt which looked very good while finishing third In the Flamingo, Is not elslble for the Kentucky Derby. Seems that trainer Heyl Miilhollnud dor-sn't read the papers carefully md overlooked x published notice of the closing of the entries Tab Catholic University, a new member of the Intcrcollcglnte Boxing Association, as a "dark glove" to win th* team title next week. O. U. is unbeaten In dual meets and has at least two Individual standouts... Cornell's Bob Mealcy. a favorite In the heptngonal meet 1000 yards tonight, received sonid curly coach- Ing from his tnther. a former sprinter for the New York nth regiment truck club .... The athletics' Wnlly Moses should be the next American LenRUcr to reach a lifetime total of 2000 hits. He has 48 to go. Only other active A. L. player In that class Is 'Chicago's Luke Appllng. who has 3,511. Saturday "PRAIRIE EXPRESS' Johnny Mack Brown Raymond Hattan Serial! Chapter It •* "TUB LOST CITX" Al» Short* Not In »he rictnre Some of the Yankees were need' Sikeston Man Buys Business in Osceola R. N. James of Slkcston, Mo., will take over the management of the Swilt Furniture and UndertakhiE Company Monday, it was learned here lod'ay. Mr. James and a group of O.s- ccola businessmen purchased the business from Mrs. Lelah B. Coble this week. Those joining with Mr. James on the purchase arc D. S. Laney. R. C. Langston, A. C. Spellings and W. J. Driver. Mr James, a brother of Vernon James, who recently resigned as Boy Scont Executive for Northeast Arkansas, owns a theater and a drugstore and is a licensed druggist and cmbalmer. His family will join him in Osceola soon. She Has Kare Job SOUTHBR1DGE. Muss. IU.P.1 — Believed to be the only woman lens computer in the world. Dr. A. Estelle Olancy has completed 30 years service at American Optical Co., during; which she helped develop the modern correctcd-curve spectacle lens. Dr. Ellis of Hendrix Addresses Rotarians, And Students ot Joiner Dr. Matt Ellis, president of Hen drix College. Comvay, addressed the student body at the Shawnee High School Thursday morning nnd also the Joiner Rotary Club al a luncheon. His subject was "Imperialism, Isolation nnd Co-Operation" in his talk at the school. His subject nt the Rotary Club luncheon was "The Inherent Urge of Man Is Freedom." The Rev. Ray L. McLcster. pastor of the Joiner Methodist Church, was program chairman for the luncheon, which was held in the Tull Johnson Cafe. The club had 28 visitors tor the meeting. These Included former Gov. Ben T. Lancy, Faber White and the Rev. Hcrschnl Couchman. pastor of the Osceola Methodist Church; the Rev. Lynn Wade, pastor of the Methodist Church in Wilson. Samuel W. Fuller of Laurel, Miss.; and Jeff Zockcrmsn of Memphis. In his talk before the Rotnrlaus. Dr. Ellis stated that obedience to law is liberty and lhat eternal vlg- ilence Is the price ot liberty. He stressed the point that freedom Involves obligation and asserted that the foundation for freedom rests on Ihe brotherhood of God and the brotherhood of man. Grant H. Collar, superintendent Welsh Wont Children To Learn Mother Tongue i — The Welsh want "dysgu cymraeg yn LONDON W their children vr ysgol." Hold It, Hint's not pled type, bu>, translated means they want children "learning Welsh in the school." A plea for more use of yr hen ia"th"—the mother tongue. — W-IE made in a recommendation ot the central advisory council for education of Wales in a report to tile minister of education. • ••Adequate provision for teaching Welsh should be made in all secondary schools so lhat any child in any secondary school in Wales may study Welsh If he so desires," the report added—In mere English. Welsh is already taught In prl mary schools but Is dropped foe English thereafter. of the Shawnce school, announce that Or. Ellis would be the com mencement speaker for the schoo next spring. When Your Car Gets BUMPED IN LET US BUMP IT OUT AND MAKE IT LIKE NEW AGAIN • Complete Paint Jobs $25 & Up • Prompt Service • Top Quality Work Take advantage nf our low overhead expense, gee Hot and save that hard-earned cash! HOT'S BODY SHOP 110 South Lilly PHONE THEATER LEACHVI LLE , ARKANSAS. Saturday Mldnite Show Start* 10:« f.m. "SCARED TO DEATH" Kelt[i>«l, Georie Zueco Alto Short! Sunday & Monday "CORONER CREEK" (IN CINECOLOR) Randolph Scott Mur(tierite Chapman Sunday! Warner N«wi . and Shorti Monday: Warner Nowa and Serial, Chapter 3 of "BRUCE GENTRY' Saturday (DOUBLE FEATURE) 'FRONTIER REVENGE" with Lftflh I,»Ru« and Fuzzy tit. John "JESSE JAMES, Jr." with »onnld Barrjr Khorl Subject NEW Manila, Ark. Shnwi EVER* N1URT' Box Open* W«ek Day* 7:H fJt. Mntlnce BiturcUj * ludmr jit.-Hun I p.m. Cant Sb*wta§ BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Seals on Sale at Ihe Legion Arena from 6 p.m. Every Monday Monday, March 7 ADULTS 50c - CHILDREN 15c Starting time 8:00 BOX SEATS 15c EXTRA (Tas Included) TAG MATCH GORILLA MACIAS and JOSE MACIAS versus T c • au*a WALTER SIROIS ond HENRY HARREL Also 2 1-Fall 30-Minute Matches Gorilla Macias vs. Sirois Jose Macias vs. Harrel Farmall Tractor ENGINE TUNE-UP SPECIAL! • Tun«-up Engin* • CUan Plugs • Retimt Ignition • Chick Compresiion • Clean & Refill Air Filter • Clean & Adjust Carburetor • Adjust Fan & Generator Belts • Adjust Governor Adjust Tappets Adjust Brakes Flush Radiator Tighten al! Radiator Hose Inflate Tires to Correct Air pressure Steam Clean Engine $8.95 Saturday I-ate Show "PLOT TO KILL ROOSEVELT" wllh Derek Far »nd Mart* I.nbarr Short Subject Fox Sunday & Monday "THE OUTLAW" wllh Jane Ruwell, Waller Huiton, and Tom Mitchell Movietone News A Short Saturday "Undir W«t«rn Start" Shorts Added Saturday Owl Show "SAXON CHARM" with and Suun Htjwtri AIM Short Sunday & Monday "NORTHWEST STAMPEDE" with Joan LeiU* and June* Cralx Alto Short* BLVTHEVILLti ONLV All WHITEJTHEAIBJL Show Starl» WeekdiTi «:« P"» Saturday (DOUBLE FEATURE) "RENEGADE GIRL" with Alan Curlin And Ann Savage "LAND OF THE LAWLESS" with Johnny Mack Brown Serial: "Chick Carter, Oclectlve' Cartoon RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. COME IN THIS WEEK TO 3/2 SOUTH20PST. PHONES** SAT. OWL SHOW AT 11 p.m. "HUMAN MONSTER" with Bcla LuROsi Serial: "Dick Tracy Rcturni" Also Cartoon SatunUj "SAGEBRUSH TRAIL" with John Wajn« Cartoon and Serial Sunday, Monday & Tuesday "ROAD TO RIO" with Binj Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour Also Short, Cartoon, and Late News SAT. NITE OWL SHOW "INCIDENT" wltb Wanrn I>oo«lat and Jane Franc AIM Short Sundav. Monday and Tuesday BANNT KAYE* VltGIWA MAYO

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