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Monday, April 8, 1946
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PAGE SI1 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COU1UEK NEWS MONDAY, APK1L 8, I DIG New Grid Loop Sets Schedule Opening Contest Will Be Played On Sept. 6, Cleveland Vs. Miami By HAL WOOD Press Staff Correspondent SAN FRANCISCO. April 8. (UPl —The ^11-Amerlca Football Conference today turns its attention to TODAY'S Sl'OHT l'AHAI>K Don't Let The 'Little Woman Hear About This Pericles Deal 11 y OSCAIl FKAI.KY United I'ress Sports Writer NEW YOHK. April 8. (UP)—Just as iti the past l,f>59 days. Pericles did not go to the post loday—but you'd betler nol mention it at home If you're having slack trouble. In these days of dissension as to who should perambulate in the trousers and who should curry the dinner dishes, this handsome Is :\ menace to the husbands' benevolent and protective order against dishpan hands. We had better discuss it in a whisper. Pericles Is owned by one of our rules and regulations and discussion of divisional playoffs to climax its grid schedule for 194G. Concluding the first session of their three-day meeting here last, night, conference officials unani- j members, an oil fellow from New mously adopted a 5C-game slate for j Orleans named William Hells. He the first season of the new cross- j » ll[d S6R.OOO for the cott—nnel It country league. | never has been to (he races, fail- Thc debut gam-? will be played j,, i ing ^once again jiow 9H days^aller Clevela ' " when the Miami Seahawks ers: New York Yankees vs. San Francisco 49'ers at San Francisco. Sept. 8; Brooklyn Dodgers vs. ".he r-uffalo Bisons at Buffalo. N. Y., Sept, «; .and, Friday night, Sept. G. i " s f<""'l" l)irlli<liiy brauisp of luck the Cleveland Browns meet ot »>«»»ei's In the sliirlini; Rale. Oilier open- ''' lc nt '' * s that u woman pushful lilrn ii|> lo SGB.OOO bid for the colt 'and you still can hear the echo of ! her latmh. I She i.s Mrs, KH/abpth lAnlenl j Graham mid undoubtedly Is well Chicago Rockets vs. Brooklyn DotlK-i kl! " wr ' , ( " 5 ,'"'i 'i' 1 " 0 w '"' 1 ."" 1)( '" ... „> r>..,,,,i.i.,., /->„. ,-,. A-i_.._....... ™>1 R1 " she deals in cosmetics anil other similar man-shatUTint; devices. Mrs. Graham also has been cruel to another of our members, a fine fellow from Chicago named John This woman, gentlemen. Is a real threat to the very foundation and principles of the HH r.O.A nil. For she nol only wins ^oing, she parlays It conilnt,'. too, There wa.s. for instance, another memorable moment when she and Hells tanrletl iu a salcsrinn duel arid she outbid him at $22,000 lor :t fairly nice lookini; little (Illy. Nothing exceptional, yon under- . -AS long stand, so out 1 fellow member ran < Tournament her up lo » tiriv $22.000 ami then ducked out and left her .stuck with the filly. Oli it was a fine Joke, fellows, imd the membership was rilihlly proud of \vhal Hrnthor Hells hat! accomplished. Proud for n while, that is. Decause Uml iltllc old $22.000 filly Masters Title Goes To Keiser Hogan Misses Short Putt And Top Prize In Augusta Meet took In pi-] fume \f uml nuulp:u.'ks Kci.scr, tl like Junior's B. IS. (jnii i;ikc.s In I u]> to the lihitc i;luss windows. Mrs. Graliitm Ky H.UtOU) FOREMAN United I'ress Sjiorls Writer AUGUSTA, Gil., April 8. (U.I'.) I i there is a Masters' - at Ihe Augubta Na- lioiial Golf Course the 18th hole will be remembered as tho one where In I04U nen Hogaii lost a. Mnster's title and where Herman Keiser "backed" Into one. That was Ihe topic of conversation all over town loday and the discussion may never die. pro, came Mill saps Hires Doby B a riling For Grid Coach NASHVILLE. Tenn., April X. (UP) - McNelll troljy) nartllng, football coach at Vaiulcrbllt Universily in 19-14 and 19-15 and an assistant In 13-13. has resigned to become athletic director and head coach nt Millsaps College, Jackson. Miss. Burning was assistant coach in I .-,43 and head coach In 19-1-1 when Viindciblll played "informal" foot!>;il! His Vni>(ler)>lll team of 1915. centering conference competition, won Uircc and lost six, chalkhiK up ,-ictories over Kentucky, Florida and Tennessee Tech. ic Akron, o., tile 18th hole yesterday , needing a par | o assure himself limned her ririiiiKny. an<l she llu- of the title uml Hi, esst'd six or seven races to ers at Brooklyn, Oct. 13; Cleveland Browns vs. Chicago Rockets at Chicago, Sept. 13 might namp): and San Francisco at Miami, Oct. 7 (night game). , Tlie directors said no definite date had been set for tlie !,os Angeles and New York home opening panics jj s Uj, MV11 pending conferences witli stadium | $34 QOO • Murseh. 3lH- was only liall as mr-an to him. however, a.s she was to He- mvcil the hook for only officials. The complete schedule was expected to be announced at Lo.s Angeles later this week. Tlie schedule calls for seven home games for each team with seven others on the road, and final games were set for Due. 15, Representatives of the conference's eight teams indicated they may seltle the matter of divisional playoffs before leaving for a Ihrce- dny meeting at Los Angeles. As now constitutor!, the league has in its western division Los Angeles, Sanj?" 11 J""'P Francisco. Chicago and Cleveland. '" ' In the eastern section are Buffalo, New York. Brooklyn and Miami. /•Commissioner- Jim Crowley, who ' was presiding over the meeting, said last night the question of admission prices would be left In tlic hands of the Individual teams, indicating that the matter would not be discussed officially dining the remaining sessions. ' Ray Flaherty, coach of (lie New York Yankees, said his squart would begin training at Spokane, Wash., Aug. 1. Representatives attending the meeting included: President John It seems I hat Mrs. Graham and : Mai'sch were bidding for a likely- j looklnf; youngster by lie Did out of Planetoid. Our fellow meinlKT and Join! sulTerer from Ihe wiles of womanhood "won" with a $3-1.000 bid. but his prize which he named "I Did," never did or even got close. races S10. r ),t)10--a nice little profit of $83,910. To top it oil. Mrs. Graham outbid all the gentlemen two years ago for a trio of colts known a.s Knm-k- dmvn. Star Pilot and Lord Hoswell. Those three simply are the favorites to win the Kentucky Derby whrn Uiey run for the roses at Churchill Downs next month. As 1 said before, don't let your belter hulf hear about this. Because .some observers protest that Mrs. Graham is using woman's intuition to hit the sale.srm^ sweepstakes—and the samo female ::or- ccry to hang hiKh the membership with such ruinous bargains a.s Pericles. It calls for a new spirit of determination (or domination in the II. B.P.O. A.D.I I—and don't dnrp your shoes creeiiiiiK up the stairs! L, Kecshin. and Coaches Dick Han-1 ave Icy and Ernie Nevers of the Chicago Rockets; Edward (Slip) Madt- gan, manager, and Dudley Degroot,! coach, Los Angeles Dons"; Paul R! ! Brown, general manager and coach of the Cleveland Browns; Anthony J. Morablto. president, nnd "Buck" Shaw, coach, San Francisco 49'crs: Clayton Maxwell, owner's representative, and Sam Cordevnno. coach, Buffalo Bisons; Daniel Topping, president, Ray Flaherty y.iul James Barber, coaches, New' York Yankees; William Cox, owner. Mai Sic- stale. 11 encompasses 720 acres In the heart of the county game refuge. And since the averui'.e deer seven feet, the reserve enclosed Ijy four and one-half miles of fencing eluht feel hi«h. To date, commission [rappers have moved 10-1 deer from the enclosure to other areas in Arkansas closed to dec]- hunting. In 1B2G. when the federal refuse was .set up iti the Sylamorc district, the deer crop was at a low ebb. Approximalcly ;i7 live deer exislcd iu tlie area. Hut micl-lfMrj liyurcs show some 2,900 Virginia White Tail deer in the county, nnd a bumper crop is expected Ihis year. The resources of the Sylamore district first were tapped in IS'14. And .since thai time, state trappers moved 555 deer from the area, making a total of G55) deer caught in the t'.vo areas. And new i legislation was introduced in 1045 \ Kobblcr on White Oak Mountain. 30 miles north of Harrison. White Oak Mountain long has sportsman's paradise in northern Bonne county bordering the Missouri line. And this warm, .sunny weather Is good, too. for plenty of serious fishing. Anglers have brcn flocking lo Lake Catherine and Lake Hamilton, and are catching perch and crappie hk t > clor-kwork. Malvcrn $'-V)00 first, lie got orf a good drive bul was long on his approach which scented destined to carry him well beyond Ihe green. Hut his ball hit the pin and stopped on the green less than 20 feel, from the hole and il looked like he was "in" Then as some 2.000 of the l.ftM spectators looked on. he pushed a pull some five coming back to give hint a bogey five, a 74 for the round and a feel beyond Ihe clip and missed L'Bli total. Meanwhile, Hogan. the Hcrshey. Pa., hot-shot, who had started off the day five .strokes in back of Keiser, had picked up four of them and was trying for an eagle on the 15th when Keiser walked off Ihe IBlh green. Little lien missed his putt for the eagle but was down for n birdie and needed but three pars for a tic. There weren't many persons on the course who didn't think he could do it. I Hogan parred the ICth and nth 11 and was on the 18th green in two about 15 feet from the pin. His putt for a birdie and a clear title A graduate of Ihe University of Mississippi, Barlling has coached at Canton and Meridian High Schools Mississippi. He will remain at Vanderbllt as assistant to Coach "Hed" Sanders through Spring grid practice. Millsaps has not had a football team since 19-11. The college president, Dr. M. L. Smith, has told liart- ing I hat no "high pressure" play will be attempted at Millsaps. 39 Players Try Out For Legion Team Would-be baseball players from all sections of Mississippi County turned out yesterday afternoon for first practice of the American Le- yion Junior baseball team with 39 youths under 17 years of age reporting to Manager Marshall lilackard. Youths nol teaching the age of 17 before Jan. 1, 194ti, are eligible for particlpallon in this league which is expected to create wide atlenlion, it was announced. With i(i players reporting last Summer rflid 39 yesterday il is expected that compelition be unusually keen. A game is bcinsj arranged with the Osccota team with a tentative date set for April 28. First game w:;i i)e played Sunday afternoon with Dan Caldwell e' two "t'ean." 00 " as ca " u "" s of Practice will be held Tuesday. it was atuiouuced bv Mr. lllacknrd who said youth throughout the county were invited to participate. HOiCllNSCIIMHVKit BACK HLOOMINGTON. IllU. Himchy Hoernschmeycr. Navy's riuarlcrback in the T last fall, reported for opening day ol Indiana's spring practice. Read Courier News Want Ads. I.OHEN'K'S BKAUTY SHOP 1215 W. Main Street 1'IIONK 2842 I.oi p cnc Hamilton Georgia Hudson carried about two and a half feet past the cup. Then ho carefully putted Ihe shot (hat would have given him the lie bul the ball stopped about on inch from the cup and the match was over. Ilogan, whose 70 for the day ;ave him a 283 total for the 72 fishermen plan regular trips down! holes and a check for S1.500. had (he Ouachiln ami Saline nlvers lost his second tournament. In a when the artificial bail season opens May Kith. Strongest enthusiasm comes from Old Town Luke, just below Helena. Two Helena men—Clay Oliver and Albert Larkin—exhibited a string of eleven crappie weighing mote than 22 pounds. And with n catch like that, they didn't mind at all to give tlie Game and Fish Com- Ihe drenching they got. when their mission the authority to close cer- j l;o:i( overturned, clumping them in- lain areas of Ihe slate to deer! lo (lie lake. limiting without closing the season over Ihe entire state. Arkansas 1 superb hunting grounds [ is Ijrtter have provided many a vensinti steak since 1912. Commission authorities say that 5,919 deer have been Inu:- gcd in the state since Hint time. And tliev foresee Arkansas as "one . vens, coach, Brooklyn Dodgers; Harvey Hester, president. Jack Meagher and Hampton Pool, coaches, Miami Seahawks. . Deer Trappers Use Salt Lure Animals Arc Placed fn Special Refuges Under State Plan . April 8 weakness LITTLE ROOK, Ark. (UP)—If a deer has a 'that weakness for suit. Anci the lads in the know—state J.ime and fish commission trappers —report that their deer transplant- I ing program \vovks best at Ihis' time o[ the year. That is because this is the time ot the year when a riccr yets a yen for salt to top off a rc|mt of spring greeneries. So the trappers provide him witli salt, of course, it's inside a specially built trap made ot sampling poles. And before he knows it, the deer is on his way to take part in the rtat8*ide nonservation progratB) sponsored by the Arkansas Game and Pish Commission. At the present time, there are two trapping areas in Arkansas. One is the Howard County cicor restoration project. The other Is. the Slyarr.ore ranger district ot the Ozark National Forcstln Stone; County. | Completed in December. 1041, the Howard County area became t!u- i llrst federal aid to niUUItc in the of the nig Ten" in deer hunting before Inn;;, provided illegal killing is kept down. Judging from previous figures. Commission experts believe that a 10-vcnr span will find the annual kill in Arkansas at between 110,000 and :)0.000 deer. But deer season isn't open until next November. And riyht now turkey season is in full swing, witjj many a sportsman cramming in as much limiting as lie can in tlie two weeks. Three Stephens men Earl Pine, Pliil Carpenter nnd Tom Boyd— ambled over to Dallas county last '.veek—but they came back blrdless. The\- reixirt the woods full—but of j hunters, nol turkeys. Incidentally, ' Pine is determined to have a grandstand seat for all hunting activities, lie Is building a fishing camp and boat station on Grand Merc Lake near Hutlig, Arkansas. Old timers sav fishing on the lukc—Old Town Lake, that i.s— tlinn ever, and the j^oori caichrs have attracted a regular crrw of Memphis anglers. Troiii .slr-phens. Arkansas, comes the story of n 13-year-old lad who landed a seven-pound bass Rfown- up style. Ilf'r. Harry Spooner. Jr., uho tackled the whopper in Union County. The youth spotted the bi^ '\m loafing In shallow water. And when the [ finally struck Harry's fly lure, it took the boy so much by surprise that he had to call for help to reel him in. Tlie Bis Luke l-'loothvay. near Blythcville, has tnrrow pits that are fairly treminir with crappie just waiting fcr any kind of a hook with bait on it to sink clown their way. Crittendcn county's Horseshoe l^ake is known far and wide for its finned critters, and slrady accounts of tlie "bigs ones that didn't i;ct awuy" are pouring in. Fishing at Bear Crek I ake near Marianna is laRtrinr' because of steady high waters, but tlic natives row here by the narrowest of margins. In 1842, the last previous Masters Tournament played. Ben had tied Byron Nelson only to lo?;i: in a playoff. For Keiser, it was tlie first major win of Iiis golfing career. The ex-Navy veteran tied Hognn in the Phoenix. Ariz., open only to lose in a playoff of that event. Third prize money of $1,000 went to Bob Hamilton, of Chicago who shot a 70 on his last round. Jim Ferrier, of Chicago, Jimmy Demaiet, of Houston, Tex., and Ky l.afoon o[ Orlando. Pla., wound up in a tic for fourth position wilh 289. Then came Byron Nelson, co- favnrcd with Ho^an to win ihe $10.000 event, who finished with 500 to tie with Clayton Hafncr. of Charlotte, N. C., Sam 'snead of Hot Springs. Va., nnd chick Harbert of ;Detroit. Carcyl Xltddlecoff.; of Memphis, Tenn.. led' tlie amateurs with 292 lo finish 12th, '• one stroke back of Jim Poulls of La Orange, III say a week of sunshine \vould make a few hours' fishing well worthwhile. Large Crowds See Southern Loop Warmups Ky United Prrss There was HI tic doubt Monday Unit Southern Association faius arc (•humping at the bit for the first postwar baseball season. In Atlanta Sunday, 21.0013 spoc- inlors saw Llio Nesv York Yankee- 1 ; down the Crackers, 7 to 0. Another turnnwny crowd of 14,004 saw Boston wallop Cincinnati, n to 3, then miw, 4 to 3, in a Birmingham double-header. Atul in Chattanoo- B». 10.000 saw Detroit blank the BosU>n Braves, 3 to 0. What is believed to be the largest crowd ever lo attend a Southern ba.sebali game saw Spud Chandler, a Georgia boy performing foi the home folks, and rookie tuirler Randy Gumpcrt, lean; up to pitcV a two-hit shutout for the Bronx i Bombers over Atlanta. But for five innings, Cracker pitcher Dewcy Adklns matched them pilch for pitch, allowing only one hit. He weakened in the sixth however, nt lowing in two runs. Three more followed in Hie seventh, and a home run by Joe Dlmag^io, with Tommy Henrich on in the eighth, ended the nay's scoring. The Crackers BO to Fort. Bcnning tor games Monday and Tuesday, ind play in LanncU, Ala., Thursday. lite the, major league teams borrowed their diamond, Birmingham went to Biloxi, Miss., Sunday to trim Rochester, 3 ; to 1. But nt Mobile Ihe Bears weren't so fortunate with their American Asso- j elation opponents. Mobile ho wed to 3 to Columbus, but the game went 10 innings. Memphis took a 7 lo 4 lacing from Minneapolis in Memphis. In New Orleans, the Pelicans topped Brooklyn, 7 to 6. In Montgomery, Ala., the Chattanooga; Lookouts and • the Moiit- gorpevy Rebels end a three-game scries this afternoon. Yesterday, lh(< Lookouts dividc'd a doublc- heidcr wilh the RebeJs. MonlRom- ery^ won .-the first 'game : 7-3, then bowed to the Lookouts 8^3. A I7I1UI? A I'lNL THEN THREW IT TO DOG Onc ,. 1( , , rcccllUy t t , t , t , cat. She- was swollen wllh'fjas. full of bloul, had headaches, fell worn out and was fondly constipated. Finally she gut INNKR-AID and says she now eats everything in" sight and d 1 g e .s t s it perfectly. Bowels are regular and normal. .She is enjoying life once more and fee-Is like "some other woman" since taking this Ne\v Compound. , INNUR-All) contains 12 Great j Herbs; they cleanse bmvels, clear l<as from stomach, act on slugcu's'h liver :md kidneys. Miserable people soon feel clin'erenl all over. Ho ' don't go on -suITering! CVeV INNER- AlO. Hold by all chug stores here in Blytheville. CHICK THEATRE Where Happiness Costs So Little" Week Days: Start* at 7 t> m. Last Time Today "COVER GIRL" with Kita llayworlh & Gene Kelly Also News * Shorts mnWersoHomous DYANSHINE Liquid Dya>«l>inc been scarce because war com!"'"" 5 - cknlcr will soon are i ffpSEtSKitf? ! However. Tomniir Mai out of Mai- £/Jpvuc|T\C - ?lWPLE$* ! vein reports a Itltlc bcUcr lurk [ t» T T " Sf^VCY• eV* frt -,° u st- TRY ,*£ i in i he birci-huntiny line. This school- ', fra« i• M '.i : ^ir«tf5 g ?^S?ES^ boy b:ig(;cct ^ 2Q-poimd tuvkry in the \voodo<l bills ^around MaKrrn hist Tncsdny. And Crow Kp])pr- sou of Chide.stcr toes 'J'oimnie one j'boul two pouiuLs beitor. He slapped down a ^2-pound gobbler last week, , Meanwhile, T. A- Bute look time | off Tuesday from his barberinc i in Harrison to try hi.s Kick with ! the wild fawl. Amply repaid, hv v,as, too -He bagged an 18-pound NEW DISCOVERY in a Hearing Aid A hip iniprnvcmctit lias boon made in a hearing nid now welcomed by Uiousands. Accepted by Ihe Council on Physical Medicine of the American Medical Association. U is a new heai'iiiR aid thai docs not require separate battery pack. b:\Uery T,'iit-. battery or garment to hulcc or weiph you down. So small The lone is clear and powerful, Ho made Hint, you can adjust it yourself to snil your your hearing chances The makns of Beltonc, Ocpt. 1-150 \V. JDLli Street, Chicago 8. in., nve >.o provid of their achievement that they \v ill pliiclly send free descriptive booklet and explain how t you may pel n lull demonstration of [ tin's remarkable hearing device in your own home without, r inking a penny. Write Heltonc today. While You Waif Hat* Cleaned and Blocked 30 Minnie Service The John's Shop 503 W. Main Bt DON'T WAIT!!! We Will Pay You The TOP CASH PRICE FOR YOUR CAR Drive In Today —Get f he Cash! Loral it Distance Movin Cf-injiclcnt Help and equipment. Artc- rtuately Insure it. Contract ll.mlmg and Mir.c. Service:*. Home Service A- Slora^t: Co. PJiono US01 WRESTLING Legion Hut, Monday, April 8 New Starting Time 8:15 p. m. • Adulls, 36c, Tax 9c—Total 45c. Reserved Scats 12c, Til 3c—Total. 15c. Chtldrcn's Seats 12c, Tai 3c, ToUI, 15c. Reserved Scats on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p. m. on TAG MATCH~ ~~ Kilonis and Newman T*. Tourtas and Omar Also 2 One-Faff 30-Minute Matches MIKE KILONIS vs. PRINCE OMAR LEO NEWMAN vs. TED TOURTAS POULTRY WANTED! Mr. Davis is connected with the country's poultry buyers iiiul offers highest prices ar all limes. TODAY and TOMORROW'S PRICES— Hens — 25c BUING YOIIH I'OUI/1'KY TO US 1711 West Vine St. Blythcville Prices Subject lo Change Without Notice We Arc Approved Hlyihevillc Dealers DESOTO — PLYMOUTH and PACKARD CARS and carry a complete slock of Genuine Chrysler and Packard Parts TUESDAY BUDDY NIOHT ISC til illl "War of the Wildcats" HUWJY NIGIIT ivitlt .T«lm IVnyne ;inil F,v;uts Also Shorts SEYMORE MOTOR SALES H. SEYMORE—Owner : For Prompt Service On Ucpiiivs Bring Your Car lo Our New Location Corner Franklin and Walnut Phone 886 or 3524 New Theater^ Manila's Finest Saturday t & Sunday, Mat. 1 o'clock Sunday & Tuesilir Nights, S:» o'clock AU other nights, 6 o'clock. I,iist Time Today "Bandirs of Sherwood Forest" with Cornel Wilde News and Ctimcdy Tuesday Bargain Night "Notorious Lone Wolf" with Gerald Mohr I'Jus Serial uncl Cumcily Admission lUc.and 1-lc OPEN 6:45: STARTS 1 p. m 0 for Business! TAYLOR Spcc/a//zing in River-Washed Sand and Grave' Plant and Office Located On River at North End of Bushy Avc, CARUTHERSVILLE, MO. Insurance of every kind Phone 3545 Cox — 16c SAND AND GRAVEL CO. For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam Dirt for Fills Larkin Service Station 219 East Main St. Ilulcn Holmes RMSING A CROP! Producing new tractors and farm machines is like raising a crop . . . it takes months before they're ready. Perhaps there will he plenty of new tractors next season and you'll be able to get one. ^ But >f Y ou want to play it safe, let us put your old tractor in good repair noil', i. Then, come what may, you'll be ready for work. McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Blytheville, Ark. McCORMICK-OEERING MACHINES/PARTS AND SERVICE Last Time Today 'Hotel Berlin' wilh Hclmulh Dantinc Fsiyc Knierson 1'arn mount News Also Shorts Tuesday PAL NITE The Chicago^ Kid' with l>i>n "lied" Barry Otto KrllCRcr icrial: k 'Thc Monster A: The Ape" Also Shorts RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. N !: \V S T A K T I N' O T I i\I F, Icsinliins INTontlny. April 1, the box olfire will orien ;it 7:00. I'lcturo -tarts at 7:15. Last Time Today "STORK CLUB" wifh Bctly Hutlon, Harry Fitzgerald nnd Don DeFoc Also presenting four new song hita. B AXIMAI, CAKTOOX: "Post War • Era" «• UKO NEWS ' Cartoon: "I.illlc Witch" & RKO News Tuesday BARGAIN NIGHT "ISLE OF THE DEAD" with Boris KnrlofT, KUcn Drew and Marc Cramer VORLALAKA—The worfl you hear only once for Ihe next time you hear it ultcrcd, YOU AKE HEAD,! News and ECdgar Kennedy Comedy

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