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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 13, 1948
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rxua EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Paps Eliminated By Whirlwinds Otceola Seminoles Defeat Greenway to Enter Semi-Finals JONESBORO, Ark.. Mar. 13-Osceola's Junior Scmlnoles, third- place winner In the Misslwippi County Junior High School cuue tournament, carried the count y's colors In the District 4 tournament all by themselves today following the elimination of the Jilylhevillo Papooses by the Joncsboro Whirlwinds In a quarter-final mutch yesterday afternoon. Tlie Junior Scminolos blasted their way into the tourney's semifinals by turning back the Grccn- way five 25 to 21 in a quaitcr- match last night while the I'apooscs were falling before the giowcifiil Whirlwinds to the tune of a 53 to 28 licking. The- Scmlnolcs tanuled with Marmnduke. first-place winners of Greene County, in the second semifinal scrap at II o'clock Ihix morning. Should they win thnt same, they would meet the M'inner of the first- semi-round hattlc between Jonesboro and Stanford in tlie final* t^nicrllt Whirlwinds }!lasl Jonesboro's top-seeded Whirlwinds, defending; district ehamps, had little (rouble in Rettinc by the Papooses lor the third time this leason as they unveiled a blistering; ecorlnj attack In the first two periods to gtt\n a substantial lead. Tlie Paps, with n shuffled lineup, battled furiously against the overwhelming odds but the Oold Shirts were too much. Coach James Fi:''cr completely re-vamped his Mai 1 IK lineup In an effort to check the champions, switching Jim neor to guard; Leroy Crincr. a regular forward to center and Buford Hopper, « substitute, at forward. Charley Keller, the Whirls Juis crack-shooting center, paced liolh teams in point making with a total of 20 tallies followed by Criner of the Pngxs with el^ht. Snycier ot the Whirlwinds am! Vanee ol the Paps were next In line uith seven and six points respectively. The Osceola-Grecnway ronlest .was the best or I he evening; with both teams featuring! strong defenses. The two teams battled on even terms until late in the lust half when the Seminoles pulled away for victory. Dunn paced tlie Junior Seminoles In the scaring department w.'h eight tallies followed by WcinberK with six. However. Ward, a Greenway guard, was the big «nn of the contest tallying 13 markers. Box scores: Jonrshoro (55) !><«. (28) Illy'ville 8. Broadway (2)P <S> Stlres Sloan (51 ....P (2> Hopper Keller (20) —C (8* Criner r. Broartw'y (5)G 121 Deer Cook (6) G (Hi Vance Substitutions: Jonesl>oro—Snyder (71, Yielding; (2). Dean. Llovd, and Mathis. niytheville—Reid <3>. and Droke (2). Pos. (21) Gr'mvay .P. ..(21 Eddie Dyer and Red Birds North Little Rock Bests Jonesboro Wildcats to Play Fayetteville for State Cog* Title T.rrn.E ROCK, Ark,, March 13. (UP)—The. state championships in hijjh school boys Class A and B basketball will be decided here lo Jlifiht. Marshall and Oden clash for the Cla.i.s 11 title at 8 pin. and North LHIIe Hock nnd PayeUeville will decide the Class A crown at 9 p.m. North Uttle Rock advanced to the final Kiiinc with a tlirilliiiK 40-to- 4fi decision over Joncsboro in their sr-mi-flna] conflict last night. Payetteville defeated Magnolia Jfl to 30 in the semi-finals after overcomiiu: Pine niuff 4(i to M in yes- tonlny'.s onarter-flnal s;ame. Magnolia had advanced to the quarterfinal slot, with a 28-10-29 decision over Hoi Springs. Marshall defeated the deaf school :if> lo 23 in the first Cliva B semifinal name yesterday to advance to lie [inal event. Odeti defeated Hermitage 3f! to 30 ( n yesterday's (lunrler-linal an.l ' thru tnok out 1/ynn 03 to 4r> in the. semi-final contest. In the other t)iuuter-final ye.ster<Iay. Guernsey iosed oia Lynn 63 to 61. Somehow, regardless o[ the ve-'ii Cardinals :ue nKv;iys luu^h if, r line drive hall didn't dampen the spirit of Manager K sho\vn here talking lo his squad iti the Card's training ca ing room in St. Petersburg, t'Ja. St I Ccrdon Stops Roach in Eighth Round After Flooring Texan Seven Times Osteola 125) Hill (4) Cox Dunn (8) _____ ritlder ....... Jaffee (1) .... Substitutions: C. N'cclyj P.> 11. Xcely C Shelton G (13) Ward G (5) Spears Osceola — Stllwell, Ily Jai-k Cuddy rnitt'il I'ri-ss Spnrls \Viik-r N1-:\V VOHK, Minvli KJ. HJP) — Mined Conlan, tho ftmuppiui tnid- [Jlrwt'i'.;ht ciutinpinn who .stopjK'tj yoiniK l.uvcrn Roar-h in the eij?in]i rounct, \\ill roniinuo in May his r;iini>;u^n for a shot at the world tillr. Mrtti hmnkrr Cliinkir Ko»;»rJ nu- IHIUIHM (I uinay thai veteran Ccrdan would I* 1 pitied on Mny LM a^iunst thr fjtvit inUUlUnseiplit contender iivailablr at Madt.son .S:jii;n-i: Garden, where ni^ht ho scored n UT! '.uii 1 LI! knot'koul over Roach at *J:H1 <u' tin- ei»h!li ixnnul. Dn^iul .snif' the M-iy opponent will be .selectrd from atnont; Anton Rjni- dik. Hei'bie Kfoiiowitz nnd Stcvo UelloiM-. Ccrciiui— a 32-year-old Fn-nL-hmiiu from Casabl.mca, Morocco — had Hoiieh of Phunviow, Tex., on the ! flour for the .seventh thru* I:i.sL nii-ht. when Referee Arthur Dnnovan slopped the limit' before 1,6{)[)"> Inns. It wns Alarc'cL's touith Uniied States' victory. Roarh, nn ex-Mavin<; of 22, did not cli.s^i'aec himself in failing to the- tlistiuicp for tlic first time in lii.s brief career of 2<i protos-sional bimts Tlie si' i -up had been scheduled lor 10 niuiuis. TJ.e 'I\x.i-; y.nK'^^trr. si'ulinn 15G XVetnberg (61 Jones. Stevens, and Johnson. Greenway— Copclanci, Rogers, Huff. $5,000 Southland Handicap To Be Run at Oaklawn pounds to Cerdiin's Iftti l-'2, won the nnnul and rallied .surprisingly In tiikc brief nuntniuul in tin: lifih. He cut Cerdun'.s tnouUi. ^aslipd his rivlu bnnv. and rai.sctl uluin-rolored bniisrs nn both i heekhnne.s, K;«.r;y in 1 ho sixiii round, CmUm tlunmhl Rnach had intcnimnallv but led him in the I JUT. The aniiry French in ;in then turn- tlio hand- siniie. briiw n-haiiTd youngster n le: 1 - rific beaiinu; to biuiy iintl head. He ciHilumril his iitiaeh on a minor .scale in :hr .seventh, nlthou^ii HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. March 13. (UP)— The first running; of I lie $5.000 added Southland Handicap, the feature event on today's raring card at Oaklawn Park, giresented a formidable field of ten three year- olds and over. Over Night was t<i]> wichtcd with 118 pounds. Other entries Included. Ample Reward, Boden's Pal. Dinner Hour, Take Whip. Sm:nr Beet. Cid Play, Helen Hognn, Multiuser and First Degree. i Two of the Oaklawn Jotkey Club's ' In Jacksonville Open top riders were suspended ycster- JACKSONVILLE p;a March day for Infractions ol the tr.irk rules. Jockey A. Daniels has been suspended for the rest of tlie season for "unethical practice" while lid- Ing Kiirkland to victory in Hie fourth. Jockey Don Scurlock, who guided Flag Drill to his third tiiuniph four starts in tlie llfth raee. was suspended for five days for making no eflort to keep John Salxi striiiiih! in the stretch while winning tin- second race. In the eighth round, Cenl.i'.i Home:! Lavern tour — for connf.s of lour, nine, one, and tlr? reieree's stoiv. Cerdan. wno ret'civrd almul $10.000 tor !a>,! main's work, will ;ly to Pans Tuesday to rjomgileie a movie !here. Koach, \\iio received iibout $l».50i>. will res; for at leasl .six weeks before returning to action. Alexander Tightens Lead — Skip Alexander of Southern Pini's. X. (;.. w;is g>ere]i(:d prerari- unslv ;n the driver's .seat today .is l>';:iy ''ntfiTil the semi-final round i!'. i!»- S!0.0i:;> Jacksonville Open -"If ro'.lriMmeiu at the Brentwon.1 in s. DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY? DO YOU WANT THE BEST SERVICE? Of Course You Do! Then Don't Cheat Your Tractor By Using Anything But Genuine — Formal! Parts — GENLINh KMIM.U.I, I'AHTS Alii: KXCIMiritrn TO YOU THK lIKST IN OI'l.ltA I 1X(; lll-l(ll\cv POSSIBLE COST. (iivi: AT I.»WI:ST TAKE KAKMALL B FAKMAU, H FARMALL M AIJVAXTAOK (IT OIK <'l!A.\KSIIAI-"r I'.Xl LIANG!: 1'I.AX n.Gr% Oulrislit C.iingilelo Set i,( 1 Hl.SO Kxcbancc M:iin Kearine . S tl.'i 22.35 OiitriKht Comiilete Sel nf'lYn'ii aiitl l.WO I:\CII.MIRO Main Rrarini; . Hi 15 2S.0.1 Outricht Tonnilele Srt of Kmi -iiic| 18.90 Kxclii.nse Main Hrario.; . .. n 7j hafts arc genuine 1'arin.ill«r.v rvrliance Don't Be Misled By Inferior Substitutes Insist on Genuine Farmall Tractor Parts SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1948 The Difference Three Newcomers Are Booked for Wrestling Event he nnnic.s of throe newfoinors car on Monday night's American Li'Kion wrestling program \viUi Dale Wayne and Bill Cfiimy takiiiK OH Chico Corlc 1 ?, and Paul "Mr. AnipriCR" Stanley in llio tag mat<:li fort tu re. Il will be the first appearance iu Blyllieville for Wayne, Cortez atitl Stanley. All three of grapple r.s arn classed in the .seninr lipavyweislit (il vision with each ivcij'hing ^00 pounds or more. Stanley, fonnnr holcicj' of tlie Mr. America fitly, wa.s booked to appear here two weeks ago but ran ititn bn.s difficulty nnd had to .spend the night in Memphis. Ho boasts a 50-inch tht'sl, 17 and one- half-inch neck and a 32-inch waist lijip. He is considered by wrestling authorities ns ft top-notch performer. Very HI tie i.s known of Waynn and Cortez. Referee-Promoter Mike Mcroncy, in announcing next week's card, slated thrvt both men hud been highly recommended to him especially Cortpz. a Latin American. In the two one-fall preliminaiy bouts Stanley will tangle with Canny nnd Corte/, will swap grips with Wayne. With women's milional diving chnnipUm Ann Hoss having joined the professional r;mks' the racf for tlic amateur crown is wide open. I.os An^oK's' Vicki Drives, above, i.s n strong I'ontt'ndi'r. She; will compi-tt; in the Olympic tri:ils in De- iroit, July 10-11. Army Seeks 'Satisfaction' For Shooting of Soldier WASHINGTON*. M:m-h 13. tU -Thr Ai'inv yot^erdEiy .sought ".^a( isfacliou' lm m Russian authoriti irom the dum-dum bullet shoot U 1 / nf ;'ii Ammnm soldier in Virnna. It MI:<! LI. OIL Oocdrey Koycs, U.S. c-)!mn;mcUM- in Austria, already luis pinnated 10 Russian officials about llir ru-iiim of a Soviel soniry I ;iiui ];;i.s :i,krd them to takr .steps | "to pn-vrni surli iiifidrn;.'!." Conch Kd Gottlieb of the professional Philadelphia Warriors climbs a ladder lo Uilk to Klmore Moi ^:inthaler, seven- foot, (ine-inch forward of the Warriors' farm club, Philadelphia Sphos. Promised Land 4-H Cagers Win By Wide Margin Promised Land's Class "A" bovs appeared today as (he team to beat in the annual North Mississippi County 4-H Club basketball tour- narnent after their record-breaking 100 to 27 defeat of Number Nino in the tourney quarter-finals la^t night. Glidini: through the "rat-race" with the greatest of the Promised Land boys had a field day in basket-milking with the Number Nine live Inking the role of onlookers. Promised Land jumped (o Tit early lend and got hotter as the fiaine proceeded. By virtue o! the slaughter tile Promised Land boys advanced to the semi-finals where they met (lie defending champion Lone Oak five it 10:3o this morning. Other results from yesterday's sessions arc as follows: Hlackwatei "H" boys 30. Oosnell 27; ninckwatcr "B" girls 29. Lone Oak 13; Lone Oak "B" boys 45. Number Nine 19; Promised La:id "B" girls 15. Number Nine 9; Gosnell "H" girls 35. Pawlicen 14: Lost Cane "B" boys 44. Shady Grove 11; Blackwaler "B" Kills 31. Promised Lund 14; Oosnell "A" girls 35, Lost Cane 14; Lost Cane "A" toys 31. Clear Luke 11; Gosncll "A" boys 2. Annorcl 0 (forfeit). Tlie .semi-finals and consolation games ol all divisions are scheduled to Eje played this morning and afternoon with (he finals slated fo." tonight beslnnhi« at 7 o'clock. Joe'S First Switch WARNING ORDER In th« Chancery Court, Cliicki- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Virginia Moss, Pltff, vs. No. 10,418 T. J. Moss, Deft. Tli» defendant, T. J. Moss. It hereby warned to appenr within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer th« complaint of the plaintiff, Virginia Moss. Dated this IJ day of March. 19W. HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk Rosa Saliba, D. O. C. F. Cooper, attorney for plain- Ed B. Cook, attorney ad I item. 3 13-20-27-4|« All-lime record slaughter of game animals In Wyoming was In 1943. when 33,609 animals wert» taken. ' RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark: Disposition of M. and A.. Railroad is Before ICC WASHINGTON, March 13. (UP) —An Intel-state Commerce Commission S|>okesmaii has reeommcnd- e<l that, the current owners of tile Missouri and Arkansas railroad he required lo offer it for sale to "responsible parties 1 ' before selling :t for junk. But he added lhat the owners ouE^bL not be required to sell it for less than tlie net salvajie value, which has been estimated at S2 000 000. Business and civic leaders in North Arkansas have been planning to rehabilitate the line svU!i tlie helj) of ttie Kansas City- Southern Lines, based on a $1.230.1:00 loan offer from the Reconsliuction Finance Corgjoration. These leaders said they understood the RFC loan degicnded on whether persons living alons the M0-mi!e line, w hk'h stretches from Joplin. Mo., to Helena. Ark., could raise an additional 52, = >0,vX)0. They said they had hoped to be able to purchase the property for ubout S150.COO. and use the rest, for restoration. 109 Horses Get Nomination For Kentucky Derby LOUISVILLE. Ky.. March 13. <UP>—Few in numbers but high in class, 109 threc-yenr-oids were nominated for the 1948 Kentucky Derby Col. Matt J. \Vinn announced today, pointing out thnt more thai; 37 per cent ol the eligible:? either won or placed in slakes year. Caluini-t Farm's juvenile champion, the coll Citation, and .t.s brilliant filly Bewitch, headed the smallest number of nominal ions since 1 l(W were entered in 1938 but practically every outstanding two- year-old of the 1947 season was included among them. Citation, judged tlje best youngster to race year regardless of sex, recently concluded a suc'tre- fill Winter campaign in Florida by winning the Flamingo Stakes. Although betting commissioners will not release their Winter books od'Is for several days, Citation was touted :is lavorite lor the 74th rtnniiir.; of the Louisville classic which will be rmt on May 1. Chinese Nationalists Abandon Town of Kirin PEIP1NG, March 12. <UP>--Nationalist troops have abandoned Kirin. a city of 50D.COO and one <:f the government's most important cities iti Manchuria, pro- govcrnmont dispatches said yesterday. A Chinese Communist broadcast .said troops took Kirin last Tuesday. It had been in Nationalist, hands .since 1946. In abandoning tlie city, which was the capital of Kirin Province, the Nationalists moved the provincial capital to Changchun GT miles to the West. It was the firel Nationalist city in Manchuria io be surrendered without a fight. Thus, Changchun remained the only important Nationalist bastion at the end of the long ami tenuously held "salient" in Manchuria. Szepingkai, an important, rail junction midway between Changchun and Mukden, fell to the Comtinists earlier this week, although fighting still went on there. Veteran Boston Red Sox shortstop Johnny Pesky wails his turn at bat in training camp at S<irasol;i, Fin., after manager Joe McCarthy moved him to third base. Vern Stephens, acquired from the St. Louis Browns, is Ole Marse's choice for shortstop. DePaul and NYU Favored In N.I.T. Semi-finals NEW YORK, March 13. (UP) — The hurried booknuikers, using medical reports as form charts, tabbed De Paul of Chicago a two-point favorite over North Carolina State and New York University a Keven- point pick over Texas tonight hi tlie quarter-finals of the National In vita tiona! basketball tournament. Selection of DC Pnul, the 1945 winner, was a last-hour switch occasioned by the news that deadeye Dick Dickey would be missing from the N. C. State lineup. Marriage Licenses The following couples obt;un°d marriage licenses yesterday in the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk. Franklin J. Short of Manila and Miss Bobbie Joan Wilson of Bly- thoville. Only once wns Warren Wrmhl'.i ] Theo. A. Lucy and Miss Reba Pern champion defeated in his 13 rares Huffman of Huffman. Riggs to Meet Kramer In Atlanta March 78 ATLANTA, Ga., March 13. (UP)— Jack Kramer and Bobby Riggs will itage one ot their series ot "world :hani[iion.ship" professional tennis Hatches here March 18, it was FUI- aonnccd today. Kramer, formerly world's amateur champion, is leading Riggs world professional titlist. 28 matches to 16 in their cross-countrj series. pi. in which he has earned $153.155. He'.vitch turned the trick HI the Washington Park futurity last Summer and went on to become the leading juvenile lady of the year. She is the only member of her .sex- entered for the derby and her chances are slim on the basis of th" records. Regret won for Hariy Paync Whitney in 191fj. tlie only filly ever to grace the winner's circle in America's premier horse. race. The champions from the oilier I Winter racing centers — (he Fair Grounds in Mew Orleans and Santa Anita in Calofoi ilia—also were entered. S. W Sabrot. Jrs.. Bovaril winner of the Louisiana Derby was i u stroog contender from tile Peli- I can State but Ben P. Wiuiaker':. I My Request, headed the nominations [rom that area. From Table to Floor The word "carpet," ntuil the 19th century, meant any cover made of a thick material, and especially a table cover, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. LUX THEATRE LUXORA Pride ol" the Community" Dial 42IH Opens at 6:30 p.m.: Starts 7:00 p.ra. i; t! a tnrnier iliti'iToUe- lutmini'ii from Duke vaohed the midway 7^ tuile ;<KII ney yesler- 67-71- -US. tine stroke k-ho:sr Sieve Savel ot X. Y. Hu.-sLiin authornirs wnuUl Mtx'J 1 they ;0re;uly have of their own .n -y ciiiim the .sentry tno;i ;n In PHONE863 ;ni intrrim report on Monnay's inridi-nt, Keyes io] t j Avmv oS linnls lirn- thai Pfc. Jack CJrmulon. I'-mlitiicl. do,, \va.s shot in : ho bac.< .md wo;indp<l after lie amt !us i-itm- )i.inintK-. had tried fo ii;no:>* a "!i!- iiy re:nark" by a Huston soldier. Serves on USS Marlboro Cecil Mario]) Mover, chief electrician's rnnte. USX. son nf Mrs. Marion Mover of Caruthersviilc. Mo.. is serving aboard the bavracks ship I'SS Mnrlboro at Green Cove Spj'inp.s, Fla.. tlie Navy said today. 6 Pcmiscot Men Enlist 1U.K. Mo.. Mar. from Peuiiscot Oom.ty have in various brane'nes Hf ihe :^:ies. within the pas; : u-o aivorclini: to the Rconuuiii: WARNING OKDKR In the Chancery Court. Chicka- awba District, Missisr.lpjii County, Beatrice Reynolds. Plttf. vs. No. 10.417 ! Darwin Reynolds. Dft. ] Ti;e defendant, Daiwin Hc>nolris, is hereby warned to appear within | thirty days in the court named :n : ;lhc eap'uin hereof and answer the omplaint of the plaintiff, Beatrice (eynoldi. ' • i Dated this 12 day of March. 1!148. HARVE YMORRIS. Clrrk By Betty Peterson. D. C. W. Leon Smith, attorney. 3.13-20-21-4 3 Carroll County Voters To Decide Liquor Issue EUREKA SPRINGS. Ark.. March 13. lUP) — The voters of Carroll I County went to tlin polls imUu in a locul option election tn rleter- niiiic whether or unt tlic county goes "dry." County Jud(;c Oden Fanrhcr sot the date for tlif prohibit ion vote, after Ihc fight to prevent liir.oln:- tion wound up with the State Supreme Court upholding the sufficiency of the anti-liquor group's petition. TONMGHT "Oklahoma Frontier" \vHh Johnny Muck Brown, Hub Hukrr :ind Fnx'/y Kni™ht Serial: "Secret A sen I" \n. fi Also SlitirL Sidijrcls SEMO THEATRE Steele, Mo. Phone 27 Tonight "Take Me Back to Oklahoma" witli Tex Killer Citrtoflii and 12lh Chapter "I'erils of N'yoka" SATURDAY OWL SHOW "Rose of the Rio Grande' with MnviU and John Carroll Also Comedy Sunday, Monday Tuesdny ...... CROSBY CAULFIELD FITZGERALD Warner News and Short BLYTHEVILLE'S ONLY Showing Tonight Weekdays Box Office upcns 8:30 p.m. Show Starts 6:45 p.m. Saturday Box Office Opens 12:45 p.m. Show Starts 1:00 p.m. Sunday Box Of lice Opens 1:4S Show Starts 2:00 Short [Corporal Promoted i Cmp. Willion) U. Brovvu. s<m nf W. R. Brown of Hollnml. Mo,. h:i.s hi'cn tiromotpd lo the* rank of ^n 1 - j;cnllt at Albrook Air F(nc:c Biisc HeadqiiavLcrs in the Canal Zone, - the Army announced totlny. SATUKDAY MIDMTE SHO\V SlMrts al 10:1.1 p.m. "Dick Tracy's Dilemma" \iilh Iliilpli R\rd ;inrl K:iy ClirLslii|i)irr Alsn Slinrls Sunday and Monday "The Secret Heart" \vitli ( Id- Collifrl. \Vnllcr riilKfiill Sun. & Mon.. Mar. M-15 \V;irnrr News Allvson and Sluirls Selected Short Lafesf ICc—Prices—3 Oc ne years, and Emcr.son Tucker. iv e years. E:ncinee:-s. .^'.eele Joe Cunningham, three .'• and Alton Maness, tliree >i'.u.'. lnfaiitr>'. No Injurious Air Hammer Used In Our Body Repair Work. Our Auto Body Shop Is the Best! 'I he :,ir rummer and its damminc effects are left otll at mir l.nm.lme ,,f ; ,,it,, l.utlv repair. Wr ,1.. oi,r work l>y hund. (he x.imc ;>^ dill the rr.iflsmm tif nlil. Hut m ,r Rni-iliecl work Is as mwlrrn as a new rar litlil nIT the proiliirtinn line. I.el us tnrn your denied fenders into Rr.ueful ;vutnm«live lines! FLOWERS BODY SHOP It's Our Guarantee That Counts LOCATION: 118 South Lilly Street BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION THICK AMVYHKRE! Ki'servod StMls on Sale ;il I lie Legion Arena from (i p.m. Kvcry Monday AOn.TS ISe — CHILDRKN lac Monday, March 15 HOX SKATS 15c KXTKA (T;\\ Included) TAG MATCH- PAUL STANLEE "MR. AMERICA" The Man \vilh a Perfed Hi.dy. lleiirlil « Feef; Wcishl 200; ;,(( In. Cliosl; :t2 Inch \V;iis(. and CHICO CORTEZ versus DALE WAYNE and BILL CANNY ALSO 2 1-FALL, 30-M1NUTE MATCHES Paul Stanlee Vs. Bill Canny Chico Cortez Vs. Dale Wayne Tonight "Man From Rainbow Valley" with Monte Hale and Ailrini^ Booth Serial "Kin? of the Forest Rangers" Also Cartoon Saturday Owl Show Starts at 11:00 p.m. "House of Frankenstein" uith I.nti <'hanry and Boris Kartnff Serial: "Crimson Ghost" Also Shorts Sunday and M4telay 'Weekend at the Waldorf with Tan Johnson. GiiiRpr Rogers anrl Walter ridgeon Also News and Cartoon New Theater Manila't Finest Shows KVERV NIGHT Boi Opens H'erk Days 7:(M p.n» Matlnef Saturday A Sunday Sit.-Sun. 1 p.m. ConU ghowkn( Tonight "Lone Star Trail" • Universal Picture with Johnny Mack Brown Also Shortx SATURDAY OWL SHOW "INVISIBLE WALL" , with Don Castlf and Virginia Grfy Also Short Subjects "This Time for Keeps" with Jimmy !>«ranl* * Esther William Selected Short SurjjerU i

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