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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 12, 1939
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i', JUNE 12, 1989 '•f^T^S > LIIIES IB LEAD LEJKBE Number Nine Trounce Dell, 7-3; Lutes Swamps Victoria, 37 to 0 ... No. Nine and Lutes continued to lend Division A of the Misslsslpp County Baseball League with win 1 yesterday, No. Nine winning over fell, 1 (a3, and Lutes winning over the hapless Victoria crew 31 to 0. Victoria used four pitchers while Bild Lutes was limiting the Victorians to three lilts. Every Lutes. player hit safety but C. Wrlglit. Over at Dell No. Nine and Del played on even terms for four Innings but in the fifth No. Nine pulled away and was never headed d Floyd Bargcr and Howard Harger * had, a field day, Floyd got ihrec hits Including a home nm with twp on in the first Inning. Howard did the pitching giving up only five scattered liils. Other games: Burdette took undisputed possession of fifth place by defeating Yarbro, 10 to 8 Sexton pitched for Biirdette and D "Speedball" Bunch hurled for Yarbro. Gosnell defeated Clear Lake, 5 to 4 hi n Innings. With the bases loaded and two men out Addlson Dorris, husky Gosnell outfielder, fluked an infield hit for the winning run. Drover Whittle went the route for Dosnell. clear Lake started with Kenneth Joiner and finished with Starling Young who got, credit for the loss. The Kelser-Manila game will be reported, later. Standing .. Team W. L. Pet.' "P- ™ne 7 oiooo 'Keiser 4 » Burdette 'Manila Gosnell Yarbro Clear Lake Victoria ....... *—No report yesterday. B 0 1.000 .800 .500 ,420 .400 .400 .28G .101 .000 on game played 1 3 3 4 2 3 2 3 Today's Sport Parade By Hmrjr McLrmor* PHILADELPHIA, June 12~IU -Urivcs pilches, and p uUs from he Naional Open: Anti-climax"" lor anti-climax continues to pile on * •"jjwlhon tournament here hi Coun. , c cllm f u the ming lha ° ^ *»• name has tarnished oil the big silver cup, !s Sil | -™ iorre, uhus eight, on the , 8t h In he championship proper. Srfe £ f ?' 'r' e lmu w "° t biiead a lot of what he knows says the four over par el»ht °w Inexcusable . . . "When San my J&YTOEYILLE, "(ABK.y COURIER NEWS - ,- € — -,. i no j n jut iL't. 1 ," said -the tournament was over' behind him were all the holes that required any sliotinakiiig all he had lo do was to get a five on a hole so easy thai a 10 handicap golfer could miss three .shots on It iml sit l bag a par . . . b ,, t hc didiit know that . . . mttybc llc was punch drunk from uie pres- ^' rC , ', .' ' What «ver he was, lie elected to play the only shots tlial could have ruined him" Walter says that only time wlll'teli whether Iho eight >rcak Snead . , of the right goinng stuff it will ielp him. If lie Isn't-well, he Is done for as a competitor" Byron Nelson's make or "If he is made Ciucinnali Reels Split Will] Dodgers; Indians Gain On Reel Sox BY LESI.IK AVKKV NEW YOftK,' June ' iTlupj'l'A lot of harsh things have been said abciil Bill Terry ni ,d his Giant. In Ihe last few months, but Memphis Bill's club Is only 314 games behind the sccoml-plnce Cardinals today, Since July l t hey , mvc „,,*, , °, ollt , or '-' ami compiled a winning S ( renk o( nvc slralgllt nielr double victory over PIIK- burgh yesterday lifted (hem to fifth place, the highest they've been since May 8. in n lc Interim they sank to undisputed possession of the cellnr nnd made (lie gradual elmb back. Of course, this re™ showing wiw all made In their home Polo Grounds-bill it was nt vlclory In pitching the Detroit Ti?/•", <° « 0-3 di'Ctslon over the Washington Senators. Ho gave uu 10 -jilts, but kept ihcui senitercd while the llcnguis toinblned three .Senators evrors with seven t -,,r,. blows to boat )-ooklo Jw Yesterdny's hero; Ales KainponrlB, vrtiase clBhth-liinlug home niti uavc the aianls u twin victory over PlttsUurtil), and pulled the club out ol sixth place. ,„,".'",', "."" i""-'' u " Ihe final iota m the play-oft yesterday was one of lhc greatest exhibitions of icrve in all the history of golf deeding a birdie for a lie, Nelson' ose above the strain of 17 Hve-or- dic holes, a temperature close to 00, a strong wind that made the lippery greens more treacherous ,",,l'i e ?!?™\ siy ! lt ' of a seriously . He knock- D — ball across rnss flecked with blood from the pectator struck in the head by 7raig wood's zooming second shot. njured ,'ard an ambulance d it in. rolline (jie , , ' «crn clubs, which lire .supposed to stand nead nnd shoulders over the E-ist ern outfits. The Giants scuttled the Corsairs 7-3 and 5-4 yesterday. Harry Gum- berl went the route in the opener scattering eight hits for his sev- M" ! V ";. t f ry - Tlle "iBhlcap was lighter with Alex Kampouris' home run in tl le eighth the deeldlntr blow. Mel ott hit liis Idih of the year in the first, frame. The National League leading Cincinnati Reds retained their five- game spread over the Cardinal* by dividing a double-header with the Brooklyn Dodgers.'Before a capacity crowd of 35,093 at Ebbells Field, the Reds put over two runs In the loth to defeat the Dodgers 3-1 In the opener, Bucky Walters Travelers Blanked Twice By Barons; Pels Take Two From Chicks By UnKfil IVss Things were looking up today for Ihe Atlanta Crackers, Birmingham Barons and New Orleans Pelicans, Diwc teams who have hail more than their shares of grief In (he hectic Southern Association race Each won n double header while Ihe Leneiic-Lending Chattanooga Lookouts and the Knoxvitle Smok- Ics divided tho fourth twin-bill on yesterday's slate. The Pelicans ended the- 11-pnme 'Weals Crnig Wood By llireo Strokes In Second Playoff ., .i m , P i?, (W)-l!yion NoKon, m.yoar- Jl'l m-nrfsslonul, won Die MU. "mal OJH-II eolf <.|iiimj ( | () |,K|,|,, ' ' . a (iliiyoir Ijy l|ii-i-« strokes. •VKoii. firing- a ndi,m,lou-i itJi' In'ii on (In. lnn K isil-yunl 'iirtli hulc. ii,,. in I,,,!,., 111. Wonil Iml n. uv rennuso.v -Willi . June 12 (UP) iniost $1,000 riding on cv- »"<• they mntio up and down mn uV 1 " 1 *' ° rtll|: W "" (t """ »>'on Nelson «o out lodny for ia holes ot iniin-to-man , j lluil, go to (i,e winner O f tho lonal Open K0 lf clminnlonship t'Biii'dloss of wlm wins, they will son HIKI Wood still B8 stroke*. tied wllh .. " ~ "V LU IU tlio imr-bustfiii; pace D who was lied win, wood son at the.end of the 7: to kecj, , • «hule, hulos of wayside wllitmi'mdVtfmni W ""'' lli<; totirmimcnt ci nltu>,. lisen ordered Noison urn! Woixl to vo IB holes , n. in. wit today. It will Ulny. nnd tin. Jmm vvll)1 wnro will be Iho nea'c Not since llu Ihe Hntili llt . J; ;) 0 be day ' !ii Midi „ s^.,,,. „.. W(ls , d out on the 18th B r ( .(..ii of Ibe rhll- iidolphlii country Club us Ih,. sm went down on a burning, humid nf oi-Hoor, y ( «lei-dny. For 10 awful mini os It .wmed thnt ilfath nislit be standing funong the r. 001) —.it. milling poisons who \vcre Hirointcd at this uvoen l-'or one nf Craig Wood'.s Miirain- hi); wood shofi .ilruck Hob Mo-ts- uiin, a s.pi'1'Uitor. I,, n, ( , |,,.,, ( | ,,,,(1 Shut,' by this time was t,n far mck thnt lie wns out of It, but nun Ni'lson wor Blackwater continued to set the pace by defeating Tomato 10 to G Heece ennie from 'behind ( 0 defeat Burks Store G to 5. Tyronza Lake lost to Huffman e to S. S landing • Team Blackwater 3 Reece 2 Huffman 2 Burks Store ..'.'. i Tyronza 1 Lake '.'.'. i Tomato Q W. L. Pet-. .6(57 .057 .333 .333 .000 —LANDRUM — BASEBALL STANDINGS Northeast Arkansas teajpie W. L Pet If Wood s shot had not hit the scoring his eighth victory The gancryilc, he undoubtedly would Dodgers came back lo take the iavc lost the tournament because "••••-• he ball, until it struck the human tyinie, ivas heading for ihe wild nd \vooly rough near lhc 10th tee . . only n miraculous shot would ave got him down in three for hi« tying five from that point Wood Is always having bis championship hopes affected one way 01 another by extraneous objects I" 1934, he lost the p d A' championship to Paul Runyan wheii a shot, headed straight for Ihe pin, struck, an ice cream vendor , , and bounced into a trap. There is one about golf- no one ever makes a shot thai doesn't distribute happiness and grief at the same time . . . Mrs Kelson almost fainted with joy when Wood missed the short, putt that would have given him the championship - _ ...... . and even as she Caruthersville 21 Newport '.'.'.'.'."'. 21 ,o Pnrngould 14 20 Jonesboro [ 1124 .67 .01 .41 .31 Southern League Chattanooga 3020 GO Memphis 2022 'sc 1 Atlanta 28 24 53' Knoxviiic ;;.;; - 26 2 i .521 Birmingham 24 24 .500 New Qrleans 25 28 412 Nashville 2027 42G Little Rock jg 33 National W. L. Pet Cincinnati 32 17 -85! St. Louis 26 21 55' Brooklyn ...:..'.".'.'.'.'.'." 2422 ^525 ohl ra.eo 25 34 510 N™ York 2525 .500 Pittsburgh 23 2G 409 ! Boston 20 27 426 Philadelphia 17 30 "352 American New York ..... ; ...... 37 Boston ................ 27 IV Cleveland .......... 2T 21 Chicago ........... .'.'.. 23 21 Detroit ............. 24 25 Philadelphia .... '."."" is so Washington ..... 18 31 st ' Louis' ........... i.'. 1335 W. L. Pet. 9 . 80i .614 .503 .543 .490 .375 .367 .271 Yesterday's Results NorlJicast Arkansas League Newport 10-9, Paragotiki 4-8 Caruthersville 15-6, Jones'boro jtj Southern Isxsne X Now Orleans 7-1, Memphis 5-0 Atlanta 4-2, Nashville 1-1 Birmirjehnm 3-2 t Little Rock 0-0 KilOCTille 5-9, Chattanooga 4-4.' National LeagDe Boston 4-3, Chicago 3-5. Cincinnati 3-8, Brooklyn 1-9. Philadelphia 5-1, St. Louis 4-4 first 10, second 11 innings. New York 7-5, Pittsburgh 3-4. American League Chicago 7-3, Boston 5-4. Cleveland 4-3, Philadelphia. 3-2. Detroit 6, Washington 3. New York 8-5, St. Louis 5-1. Today's Games l| , Northeast Arkansas . Fforagould at Newport Caruthersville at Jonesboro. ... e swooned with delight, Mrs. Wood broke into tears of disappointment. • -. If the play-off doesn't come to a decisive end today, and another 18 holes is required, Byron Nelson is not sure there will be any Byron Nelson lo play . . "This heal is melting me at the rate of a ]»und a minute," Nelson said, "and one more round ami I'll Just be an X that marks the spot " When Wood, Shulo and Nelson rolled Into eight-foot putts for pars on the first hole yesterday, Harold (Jug) ifcSpadcn, who was watch- Ing, said: "Lawdy, no wonder they're in the play-off with that sort of putting." . . . Everyone was high in praise of the gracious manner in which Ralph Guldah look the fall of the House of Oul- tlnhl. ... After a tremendous build-up he looked a trifle let .down,- with a laugh and a smile . . . and believe me this— if Onldaiil had been putting only half as well as he usually dees, he would have won the tour- lament by a stroke or two . . No one in the tournament, nnd the pros will tell you, hit the ball to „ „„ « itvrt . CL , KtfLC LIIC nightcap 9-8 in 11 jimi,,g E . B abe Fhclps' double with the bases loaded drove in three runs to tie the count 7-7 in the ninth, 'me Reds pushed one tally across in the llth, but the D:dgers came back with n pnir Johnny Hudson sliding Into home with the winning run on a bad throw from third. The split i c tt Brooklyn hi third place, l'/, games behind the Cardinals. The Phillies took their series against the Cardinals by splitting a twin bill for three victories oul°of four games. Morris Amovich's single with Ihe bases jammed in the nth gave the Plills the'opener, 5-4 and the Cards came back to salvage the final, 4-1, with a four-rim rally In the ninth. Amovich's homer was the.pnly.phll., tally .in the nightcap. - ' • /"'' r: Chicago nnd Boston also split the Bees winning 4-3, in the curtain raiser, and the Cubs tnkine the aftermath 5-3, which had to be stopped In the seventh and reverted back to the sixth because of the Boston law which ends all Sunday baseball promptly at 6:30 P.m. Dizzy Dean was unable to hold a three-run lead and was driven to the showers by a three-run Bee burst In the second frame. In the American League Ihe New and l to 0 victories on the Chicks own lot. Gordon Mnltzbcrger. former Atlanta and Kuoxvlllc luirlcr \vas (he hero ot Die Pels' first win' He wns reached for 12 hlls but was rugged in the pinches nnd contributed a three-base MI lo his own cause. Eekhardt and Reese taeh got three hits for Memphis while Duke ami CoscnraH hit just as heartily for the winners. Dutch Henry gave Die Pelicans only three hll.s In Uie nightcap but one of them, off the bat, of Willie Duke, drove In the game's only score In lhc Ihlri! inning Love Wanked the chicks on seven blows. Atlanta's wholesale lineup changes began to bear fruit when lhc Crackers won from Ihe Nashville Vols 4 lo 1 and 2 ( 0 i. Frank Oab- ler, « new righthander, let tho Vol.s down with five scattered lilts' In the opener. Manager 'Paul Richards, playing first base in place of Jack Boiling, who hns gone lo Iho big leagues, knocked In two of his charges' runs ivilh as many hits Frcnchy Mailho's triple In the sixth Inning was the decisive punch In the nightcap. It knocked In one run and Mailho subsequently scored himself with the winning lally Clyde Snioll saved the game for' the home side when he relieved Luman Harris and quelled n Nasli-' ville rally in the seventh. ! : LHtle Rock failed (o score In 1(1 ' n innings off Birmingham' pitching '-••--- - - " * ' b b" 11 iii-TlUt to 5 the first, time since second play-oil that a round hns been Open necessary h, u> c National lip. Rest prize in,,..,., , 0 the money (hnt | s y tck . fd up In prizes Is onlv a dribble, compared to the (lood ot cash that "I" pour in on tho winner, H mav ran as hl s h as $10,000 from radio appearances, endorsement of «olf Products and a lour of the hot golf towns. After IB holes of firliis in the 'i'.st playoff round yesterday, Ncl- Travelers to six lilts In t ], c opener while his mates coupled their blows o« Bill Snylos in timely fashion. Henry Johnson bested Alf lirny.ii) In a close mound duel In lhc nlgiii- cap. Ulnnliutlinin g 0t fom . ,,„_, „, , Little Hock Ihrce. Knoxvillc won the Urst eanr rrain Chattanooga r> to 4 aim drop ped lhc second, clouting |, y Doc ujiu putch Meyer, who lashed out seven nits bettvcen them, sunk (h c uiok- outs In the opener but Chattanooga came Imck behind fled Lucas' five-hit pitching to even the count in the nightcap. Knoxvlllo surrendered third place to Atlnnln on;lhc split while Chattnnoo&i kept a game nnd a half nhciid of Hciu- >hls thanks to the Chicks' double OSS. Today's game •) to o. Heavy Jlk ., mloll(1 nilrt 2 to 0 „ .... me Knoxvllle til ,•"„•'••• *••""> i-iiiuiiini: Atlnula Nen Orenns nt Little to the Birons 1 to 0 and. Rock Nashville nt Jiilmn Tuhb hmltcd the'-ind Bl,mln t !,n,» at omlnti op u, ,!,(, , 8th Vood led Nelson l>y one strove l Ifh- drives wero well out, nnd Vood chose 11 No. -1 wood for his ccond. The ball took olf like » oi'Ri'l and hi'iidi'd Mrnl|;hl for lhc viill of spectators mound the ,rccn. Thi'i't' wns 11 (jiisp H.S It hit Kissmnti 1» (lie | IOW | , m ,| hoiiuted »'ow«ii ..... liopped nnd blood llowcd on his temple. The crowd wus pushed back from the green, and Nelson hiimmercd ii spoon shot up to lhc „.„„„ Wood found his bull about 50 feet away from (he green nnd sent it nrehliiR six feet from the pin Nelson's approach wns about feet past the Imle, . , They both walked up on tho jjrccn, and Wood mw somethlni; Hint must have sickened him Mossmmi, blood oti his head wns curried on « stretcher directly across (lie fjreen where Wood was standing. Later it wns fouml thai Massman hud only a head lncern-> lion, hut for nil Wood know 'ill Ihut time Iho nmn m i s |,|. ' |, nvc siilfercil a fnlnl Injury. Nelson, one precious stroke behind, knew ho had lo drop bis pult or he would be out of tho championship, He waited for thu nailery , — ..„.,,,, I.U.-U £ji«i nuil> >')> carefully «nd tapped li-.o ball up c'lii'evvdlly and tupped Iho ball Wood, IrylniMo foi-gcL nboirt the nwti on Hit. tili-i'lcher, n ow )in(1 U)C cimmplcnKhlp itxjki'd... away if he wiuld only drop his six-foot putt lu BlmlliM evi'i-y lilnilo of gins-, bc- iwccn h|« |j,)|] , Ul(i (li( , eu|) B , then pulled. TJie Imll stalled tiue wiH'cnd. niul curled «lx Inclics • way fioin Hie cup,. Wood tripped n his six-inch pult for u OB mid n tie witn Nelson, (JoiBldeilni! lliu nnil,l)iu IIDKU (,'ijlleiy that slopped „,, u,,.j,. hods, Nelson and Woo;| shut sliirtling [jolf. p ar [ s (13 o» Jills lough course. nn( | U!>>w ily Iho pnrtlclpnnts In a phwoir me so tense that scores soar. Nelson and Wood both turned tho first nlue In 33, onu uiKlc-i' pm- nnd caint! lioini.. In 1)5, CVOJ1 )mri Slnilc wns out of it, to nil pmc- fienl puriiosi's, nt (hu end of nine Holes, ]|,. W! |:t consistently out driven by ),olh of his oppojant', and liu nmlnl ;i7 fur !ln> nisi nliu 1 . lie wii.'i never In Un> tiattiu alli'r Hint. I'Ocul Golfers Win A i Kennel I: Score 3.1 To 21 fi^tK*! 6 }*™* 8l "P Tliu niyilicvllli! country club u»ir team duftnliHl DID Ifeiinetl, Mo Bolfcrs at Komiett yesterday by <i score of :tl to 21 In an Inter-club miUclt. l'owi'11 of Kcunctl was inctlallsl «f tho day wllli a entii of W7,' ono undL'r ))nr, while Everctl I) Qcc of Wlytlwvllle l«l (he wliming team wllli « low score of (18, mutchlnij linr. > Eycrything /or your enter. Ulnment and comfort. Watch Society Of Courier Kewi F«r Free Show Guesti Last_Times Today KINO News Story" (JKOUflK an,] KLl/ADKTH "Trip To Mars" Ends In Rescue By Boatmen UOS'iON, June 0 (UP)—A young rennsylvanlii student pilot who suld his projeclc<l dcsllnntloii was "Mars", pancaked Into the north Atlantic cuvly today nm\ was rescued by llslicnnon, Just boioro his tiny nlrplnni) sank In 3D fnllioms oi water, A radio dispute!! to lh« Unitecl WRESTLING JACK DILLON vs. JOE WELCH TIGER LONG vs. FLOYD BYRD Historic Visit to the United States A Cull reel Irivclnp every slep of Ihrlr day In \Vasblii s | 0 )i from iliu inoincnt Hit (rain nnlvcs to t!ie mil of Ilie day TUESDAY 'liustl.iy nlll not lie'I'al Day 01 XliT fit (Ills week. LORETTAYfUNG RICHARD GR[[Nt WALTER BRENNAN DOUGLAS DUHBRILlt KARSN MORlEY MORONIOlStN ^ ' 20th Century-fix . Pkli/ra AMURIUAN I.KOION AUKNA, AIi» "Tcitipo tidier .stunts. nt Tcinorrow" and ?.Co ;he green as well as Ralph did. . Also believe me this—Bud Ward will dominate the amateurs of this country just as completely as did Bob Jones and Laivson -Hlle ... he is three shots bet- er than any other simcn pure Don't forget—if Bud had only taken' Ours instead of fives on the two hort holes on his final nine he vould have won the title by a. hot. . . . And End wasn't any loo icalthy at this tournament . . 'n shape, there is no telling what ic would have shot. Southern League Birmingham nt Memphis, night game, Knoxvllle at Atlanta Nashville at Chattanooga. New Orleans at Little Rock TOBArS_GAMES National League Chicago at Boston. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Pittsburgh at New York. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. , American T/eaenc Washington al Detroit. Philadelphia at Cleveland New York at St. Louis. Boston at Chicago. ew York Yankees scored n double victory and increased their lead to nine game.'; aver the Boston Red Sox, who split a pair. The Yanks beat St. Louis, 8-5 and 5-1 Red Buffing coasted lo his ninth victory in Ihe opener and Bump Hadley tamed his exmates wllli a seven-hitler in the second The Chicago White Sox beat Lefty Grove and the Red Sox 7-5 behind Ted Lyons' nine -hit pitching as Joe Kuhel hit a game-winning homer in the eighth inning of the first gome, but Boston squeezed out a 4-3 verdict in tha nl»h(cap Jiin Tabor, rookie Red Sox third baseman, had a field day, cracking out two triples In the second game after a homer and single in the opener. The Cleveland Indians moved to within two games of ihe Red Sox •when they nosed the Athletics twice, 4-3 and 3-2. Rollfe Ilemsley doubled and scored the winning run in the ninth of the opener. Jeff Heath's seventh homer of the year proved lo bo the margin in the second tilt. Buck Ncwsom scored his sixth NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Servic* Dollars Saved Are Dollars Made Anti-Knock Gas Genuine Ethyl 73+ Octane, Gal. 80 Octane, Gal 13.Sc 14.3c (All Taxes Paid) «JvfviKfrr"" mPRICE —^^ PURR PENN- SYIAANIA iMOTOR OIL—TAX PAID 2 GAL. CAN >§i> flg Highest Quaiitv Products a{ SAVEON GAS CO. 4 Miles From State Line Holland, Mo. . Admission Niglil I(!L' * 3Ge ******* FRIDAY, JUNE 16 150 GOOD IUOASONS Why yon should attend tl^ show Miitince or Night * * ROXY Admission always lOo * 26< Miillncc.i Fri.-Sai.-Sun. " Last Times Today (XCIUSIVE VACUUM GEARSHIFT Vacuum Boojlw Syppltei >! IS. Shifting Ellen Chevrolet for 1939 is the first car of the land! «iM'?n I 1 ?!. 8 "!? 8 by f- WlcIc mnr fi>'»-»50,000 nircndy sold, and the demand increasing. First in styling, first in acceleration, first in Iiili- climbmg, first in nil-round performance with economy, among all cars in its price range! "J < , rr , S ^' n / bci , ng $ h ° °" ly l(HV -P" c e<l car combining nil that's best at lowest cost!" See yoiir Chevrolet dealer today nnd buy the cnr that out-sells because it out-valu/s ail others in die field-Buy a new 1939 Chevrolet! fvery 40 tccai\it of »vtty Jay, Somebotfy buyi a new Cflevrclal.' or be" IN SALES IN VALUE plvs all ihcta oihtr famous feature* Now lono Tunol Top > hem-End Slokiliicf . Hi Droll Vcn- Wollon e««Glido Clioiilt Frame • Du<» Finliho « Hyp old- NEW AlRO-STfltAM STYIING HEW 600IES »» flSHEK PfRftCHD KNtE-ACIION RIDING SYSTEM (Available on Mailer Da Luie on[y] CrUVROUT'S fAMOUS VAlVE-IN-HcAD SIX PHFKUD HYDRAlUIC NEW "OBSERVATION CAR" VISIBILITY ^^ • m ™'""""'' m ''*'"'^'™imWZMZ^,^^,^£ m//a , !y//m! TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Phone 033 THE MAM WHO DARED DIl tatt by MANE WI180S -Screw Pfj, ty Its Kill Fun in CrtiM Sloiy by Inlia HnNunf. A Fitit Hilltnil Fictm . Prtxnted If W»B»£R eSOS. Also Fox News i- Comedy Tue.-Wed.-Thur, ROMANCE BORN WITHIN "BIG HOUSE" WALLS! Lose come, to Ih, man marked 1 tar death bv — ,.- e PIDGION - .JOHNSON PAUL-KELLV' NAT PENDLETON HAROLD HUBER GRANT MITCHELL Directed tf Geaip B. Sill? Prifttil tH»clen HuMin) Also scIeefciJ. shorts.

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