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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 8, 1946
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FACE SIX BLYTHEVlLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 19'if, Crackers in 2-1 Win Over Chicks Vols Hold 7-Game . League Lead by Trimming Bears By United Press ATLANTA, Oa., June 8. (UP) Big Bill Ayers, Allanla Crackers righthander, had joined his soulh- paw pitching mate, Ear! McGowan, with 10 victories loday and it was being freely predicted that the P-ilr *ould win 50 games between lliem this season. Ayers pitched the Crackers to a 2 to 1 win over thc Memphis Chicks last night to notch No. 10 and in 108 innings of pitching, has allowed but 75 hits nnd 27 runs. Ayers, and his opponent, soulh- paw Herman Drefs bolli allowed eight hlU In the game with Ihc Crackers shoving over a run In the last of the ninth to win. The crackers failed to gain any ground, however, as thc Nashvill VqJs look a double-header from, the Mobile Bears, 11 lo 5 and 1 to 3, to move back into second place, seven games back of iho leading Crackers. - Lee Anthony hurled seven-hit ball for Nashville in Ihe opener while Ihe Vols got H off two Mobile pitchers. One of the hl'.s off Anthony was a homer by George "Shotgun" Shuba with one nv.m on. Leroy Pallon homered for the Vols in Ihe nightcap with a man on as Ihc Vols got 11 more hil.s. Dutch McCall, Vol southpaw, got credit for th c second game win although St. Francis Ffooc/way and Lake Norfork Popular With Anglers BY I'ADL ROSKNFIELII f guide nnd selling anything you may Unilrd I'ress Slaff Correspondent hnvc Bone off from home without LI'ITLE HOCK, Ark.. June 8. —Including butt and lucklc. (UP)—Hello snii.slilnel Goodbye If you go lo Norfolk prepared blues. Off to the flshln' hole—no to do n HUltf camping nnd lo lliuc to That's just about, I ho story Arkansas this week, ns n major purl o[ tlie state had Us first taste of strong. Slimmer sun since the bass season opened last Mas 1 Cieslak Leads Southern in Batting Records By IJnlleil Press Five batters In the Southern League have records of better than 'MO for HID season with Cieslak of la while, It mijjlil be a cood Idea I Atlanta heading the list with a In to cpnlnct the Reservoir Malinger percentage of .391 after 151 trips you start out. He's located ' to bat (ll whlch hc . noU | U i c( i ftia 09 hits. Aycrs uml McGinvan, Ijolli with the Atlanta crackers, have pltch- Ijcfore you start out. He's located In Hie nycr Uuilcllnj; In MoniilKln Home,_Ark., iind he can fjlve you I the dope on access roads, Ami whnl's more, the U. S. Wca- nrens and tent and trailer ([rounds Ilier Bureau lias Rone out on a limb to predict even warmer nnd sunnier clays— ntiil lots of 'em. So, we'll crawl out on Hie limb, too, and, nclvlsc you to crank up' the old Jalopy, untangle your backlashes, pin a jaunty blnck gnat In the tishing soijibrero — and just take off, And in case you happen to be within driving distance of Norfolk L«k e In liaxter County, Just a little | more casual, friendly advice— your tttue won't be \vasted, j Norfolk Luke Popular ' Although things arc still crowded up around Mountain Home, 1111- (jlcrs don't seem to nave much trouble finding cnoiinh lisli to CO 'round. . It's 11 good Idea to tako along your own accessories Including extra food and utcnsfls, though. All stores, cafes and hamburger stands are pretty well booked np. As for the boating situation at the lake, tile U. S, District Engineers in Little Hock advise that some 250 craft are available for rent. There are more than 500 boats altogether, but about half that number arc privately owned. And there arc- now eight commercial pubUc boul docks under at Norfolk. needed help" from Russ Meyer in the eighth. I According to the Engineers, these Chattanooga and New Orleans • boat clock operators have both mo- divicied a cloubleheadcr with the lor Ixmls and the plain rowing Lookouts taking thc first isamc G to 0 behind Ihe four-hit pitching of Claude Weaver and the Pels taking the second game 12 to 10. In the second game Challanoo; 3r a led 7 to 0 nl the end of llirce in- j lungs but the Pels battled bnc:k' nnd finally scored three runs In Ihe ninth, to win. The second C't-'iic wns a wild slugfcst with the Vellcans Belting 17 hits off six .Challanooga pi Ichors and the Lookouts Belling 13 oft two Pel hurlers. , Th c Birmingham IBarous won a 6 to 6 game from the Little flock Travelers with a Ihree run ruilj' !ii the eighth Inning and Iheu staving off n despcrntc iilntli Inning rally by Hie- Travelers. Jim Walsh rushed to John Mekeli's rescue afler Hie Travelers had scored twice in Ihe final frame and liirn- ed off the switch oil Ihe Little Rock scoring. "Two ganies were scheduled for tonight with Memphis nl Atlanla and New Orleans at Chntlanooga. raft. And one service their deluxe, number Includes providing a at Ihe lake. However, there's no charge for use of nny of Ihcse facilities. Eight of these free tamping grounds nrc located In Ihe same areas wilh the bout docks. Three others are on Ihe Arkansas side at Red Hank Luudlue, Pigeon Creek Bridge and Bldwcll Point near Ouster Landing. rlondway Fishing flood Swinging over to the Northeastern section of Ihe slate, anglers report the waters of SI. TYimcts Floodway teeming with nl least six species of the scaly clan. 'Hie huge IIAOO-ucri! reservoir between Tnmiann and M'.u'ked Trf'e In Polnselt Coinily. Is the feeding grounds for Buss, crapple. bream, channel cat. buffalo and drum. They're particularly active around the l>anks and brush, The section of the Floodway bo Uvecn Harrlsburg Corner and Marked Tree on U. K. Highway 03 draws belween :iO and 40 fishermen daily. And on week-ends there's even more pi.scalorial ncLivity. Wilh more than 50!) fishing licenses already sold at the Craighead County courthouse in Jones- Ixno, old-timers say there's more fishing being done Ihan at any lime since 1940. The Black, the White, llio St. Francis. Cache nnd Eleven Point lilvers ulso tire on the receiving end ol nil Ibis past- war attention. I Ing record of ten games w "i> w"d Pirates Abandon Strike Threat And Trim New York Giants 70-5 tv.'o last. Another Atlantan, Ellis, leads In the number of home runs with six for ih c season. Records for ihc leading hlllers, pitchers and other league statistics follow: Hitler Oleslak, Atlanta Olllespie. Nashville liruno, New Orleans .Shilling. Nashville Layne, Chattanooga Pitcher's records Maiihelm. Birmingham Ayers, Atlanta McGowan, Atlanta Sailor field, Birmingham Aloma, Chattanooga Homes rims: Kills, Atlimla (i. Ilnns baited In: Ellis, Atlanla. 45. Stolen Bases: Astbiny, IJiniilng- ham 11. Double plays: New Orleans GO. By CAUL M1NMQIIIST United Tress Sports Writer NfCW YORK, June 8. (UP)—Not even the thrill of a gamc-wlimiiH; hiimcr by Cub pitcher Claude Pas- serin, thc return lo form of Mortun Cooper of Ihe Uravcs or the winning debut of Hobo Newsom of UK: .Senators could overshadow an ordinary triumph In an unimportant B:mie by the Pittsburgh Plriiius tu. clay. The Pirates, by beating the Oi- t'l'.Ls, 10 to 5, managed to iniil up within one percentage point of '.lie floundering sixth place New York- no extraordinary An 151 104 ni w:, 222 II 59 :I8 G2 67 78 Pet. .301 .385 .300 .1(51 W L :i o 10 2 10 2 0 2 8 'J Pine Bluff Net Star Advances In State Meet Speedy Planes In Little Rock For Air Show LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Jim™ 8. (UP)—Adams Field here was singled out today ns Uie site of plenty of activity'>a.f tlfc long-awaited Army; air sliow was scheduled lo under way this afternoon. State's Golfers Compete Today In Little Rock LITTLE ROCK. June 8. (UP) — -George Dunklln of I'lne Bluff en- jLered Ihe semi-finals of Hie annual! j Stale Closed Tennis Tournament here loday. by virlue of two wins j In yesterday's play. Dunklin, seeded No. 1 player In Ihe irst post-war tourney, advanced by , irubbliiB Jack Dickens C-4, G-l, .ml then smashed on to another ictovy over Bob Dodson in the .uarler finals, G-3, G-0, Other (|iiarlcr-final winners were loo Wood over Li. E. II. nusklrk, -0, 6-1; Jinimic Bell over Capl. lownrcl Dredge. (5-2, fi-2; and Jay Freeman over Bob Deacon, fi-3, 0-2. Seml-fiiuil matches In men's sin;les and doubles were booked for .his afternoon at 'i p.m. In doubles play yesterday, Hell 'uxd Barhum \vou over r-Vrr and Eldrtdgc, G-l, 5-3; Deacon and Deacon eked out a win over Walton nnd Wood, 3-0, C-4, 0-1; and Dredge anrt nusklrk look purcelll and Dodson, 6-'i, 6-3. In Uic jimirtl'-men's singles. Oweii Lyon. Jr.,.won over Philip McNem- er. GH, G-3; and Richard Purr'beat LITTLE ROCK, June H. (UP) — Vincent Allison of Fort Smith and Maiiin Tenney of Little Rook held medal honors today lollowing even par scores of 71 in Ihe 1945 Arkansas Golf Association's Amateur meet the Little Rock Country A! Bfd3ki"ovbf Ruth A. Dih»-The • shov,' Civil Air Patrol, and is produce;! by Col. Re.x P. HayeE, CAP 'winy commander for Arkansas. , Baseball Standings By United Press SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Atlanta 38 n .G9i Nashville 27 20 .57.1 Chattanooga 30 24 ,55G New Orleans 2G 27 .4!!! Memphis 25 28 .472 Mobile 13. 30 .•!'.» LJltle Rock 21 30 .412 Birmingham 20 33 .377 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Boston 36 New York 30 defeated Jane Brooks. H-C. 15-1. liyes were drawn by Judy Wisncr alHI June Anderson. In Ihc sole women's doublr/; match, Helly Liles and Liivcrno lioyd won over June Brooks and Jackie Lewis, C-3, '0-2. Club yesterday afternoon. The co-medalists rate along with Richard (Bubba) Smart of Pine Bluff as leading favorites In the field of 208. Smart, the de-funding champ, did not have to iiualify. At 73 were Steve Crcckmorc. Jr., Tom Newton and T. L-. Hackwotih Billy Schradcr of Hot Springs, D II. Romitrec of Arkadeluhla, T- Sfc'l. James W. Groom of Camr. Robinson, Charley Woodward o Magnolia. Ted Darragh, Conlei Jackson, John Davis. Jr., and Willie McCroUy, all ot Little Rock, \vcr around 74. ' The record field will play two rounds of match play loday, with he semifinals and! finals tomorow. Riverside's ihrcc-somc won the team trophy, with jin n'lJGrcijntc of 22:i 71 f oju 'I I'tinej.' T) i f (a' i Hfrif pel" and 77 foi W II Taivcrt- f .smh.fl and 1 Allison are 111 Util'Uippcrj bracket, \\'f)Uc heads' 'the loiler eight' feniart was* booked to play McCrotty Ibis morn- Ing, wljile: Allison was scheduled, I o ~ tti fret" DftTtn fti i'- -ln>- snol H cr"' f 6.i - 1 lure match. Tcnncy was paired against Davis. Legion Nine Books Two Sunday Games he Blythcviltc Junior American ion baseball team will play Le- Janto and .Koiser here tomorrow In v double-header i\t Walker Park. The first game, between Blythe- ille and Lepanto. will start at i:CO o'clock Randall Workman, a smoo th .vorking right-hander, will start For nlytlieville In the first game is'hilc Manager Blackard Is un- :lecldcd on Hie pitcher for' the ;ame against. Reiser. The local (ram will be strengthened in some positions, nan Cald- wcll will return lo his Ihird base .loslllon after having been out on :he last two games. The leain also has three ne-vj regular slarlers for tomorrow's (.'nines. Bobby Mullen and Leon Ashby have taken over positions ill Mie outfield and Dudley Hardy has made thc grade for first base. cis—certainly achievement. But as they played" their game at i'orljcs Field last night, a drama was enacted that never before had tukcn Its place In baseball. The Pl- rutcs. first major league learn in islory to demand collective bargaining rights from club officials, ualtcd until Ihe last minute bcfort giving Manager Prankle Frlscli a vote of confidence by not going mit on a strike thai had been generally expeclcd. Once on thc Held, they gave him another vote of confidence by b:a- tcring six Giant pitchers for 15 hits cc[uallini; their season's high :IIH : showing sustained power Ihrouuh- nut the game for the firsl lime tills year. The Plralcs teed off on Giant ace pitcher Bill Voiselle for two runs in thc Urst inning and sent him to an early shower lei Ihe third, unmindful of the fact that he was fresh from a five-hit shutout over the Newsom, returning lo Ihe Senators for the fourth time in his career, heat the White Sox, 3 lo 2 at Washington and had a no-hitter until Guy Curtright singled in the seventh, when Chicago got both ol its runs via another hit by D.m Kolloway and Iwo walks. New.iuin gave up only those two hits. Thc Yankees beat Cleveland, 0 to 5 at New York on a Jlukc bunt by Charley Keller in the lllh with thc bases loaded. Relief pitcher Joe Krakaukas hit his bat with a throw and the ball dropped fair, pinch- runner Steve Souchock sliding home with the winning run. Keller and Aaron Robingson hit Yankee hon-.- crs and Pat Scercy got one for Cleveland. It was Keller's lllh, put- ling him In a tic .for the major league lead. Barney McCoskcy's double, a wild throw and a long ily produced the winning run In the 10th as the Athletics beat the Browns, fi to -1 at Philadelphia. Johnny Berardino hit a homer for the Browns. Dctroll and Boston were not scheduled in tho American. Oaklawn Jockey Club Makes Contributions LITTLE ROCK, June 8. (UP) — The Oaklawn Jockey Club in Hot Springs today was about $'20,t)00 poorerjind Iwo separate organizations in Arkansas nad banking accounts substantially increased. The transfer of funds came about through two donations of $10,000 each lo Hie proposed Veterans' Memorial Cam]) at Lake Catherine, and to the Arkansas Association for Ihe Crippled. The checks wci'c personally donated here yesterday by John Cella of St. Louis, president of .the Jockey club at the Spa. Governor Ben Laney formally accepted (he check for the memorial camp, and presentation rj( the check for the association for the crippled was made to Mrs. Jack Cnrncs of \ Caimlen. recently elected president of the organization. Mrs. Carnes said tile money would go Into a building fund for the construclion of a 50-bed convalescent home for Ihe crippled in Littl;; Rock. WAKNINli OUDKK Paul K Johnson is hereby warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the complaint filed against him therein by Pauline N. Johnson, and upun his failure so to do, said complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as Clerk of s,i Court and the seal Ihcrcof this Mr day of June, lOlti. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. Reid. Evrard & Roy. Attj'.s. for Pltll. Oscar Fcivdler, Ally, ad Ulcm. fi.8-15-22-:!9 Welch, Ming Are Paired for Next Tag Battle Roy Welch and Chino Ming will clash Monday night with Tex SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis at Atlanta. New Orleans at Chattanooga. Only games scheduled. . .Plaintiff, vaunted St. Louis Cardinals. Jimmy R ji cy -,„<! Gust Johnson in thc Kast of the Mississippi river, approximately one out of every three days is rainy. Read Courlei- new*- Want Acts Defends Tojo •Washington Detroit . . Cleveland . St. Louis . . Chicago. 25 25 10 1R IS Pet. .800 .653 .5U8 .543 .40! .400 .357 Boston Moundsman Buries Grief and Promises to Do What Dad Would Want BOSTON, June 8. (UP)—Despite thc fact that his father died yesterday, Joe Dobson said he would pitch for the Uoslon Red Sox "gainst thc Detroit Tigers today "because that's the way dad would want it." His father. William C. Dobson, I. died while visiting friciuls in Mena, Ark. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 2. Brooklyn 0. Pittsburgh 10, Chicago 5. Boston :i. Cincinnati 1. Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 2. llruwn uiul If.lbie Fletcher each made llnce hils and liob Elliott, Frankii: (Justine, and pitcher Kelson BaU:- got two apiece. Bahr, who won his third game, had to give up in the tilth, a victim of his own hUltny prowess. He injured a leg running out a three-bagger, but Ken Gables preserved his victory. Passcan, thc aging Cub mound artist who attained baseball im- murtality by pitching a one-hit virr- lory againsl the Tigers in Ihe wor'd .series last fall, won another memorable game againsl the Dodgers at Chieago, '2, to 0 on four hils, when he crashed a homer in the last of the ninth. There was criticism o( Miinagcr Charley Grimm's strategy when Passcau was permitted' lo bat hi thc last uf the ninth after Clydo McCnllongh not on by being hit by pitched ball. Passeau stilled (he critics by blasting Ihe ball into the bleachers to licsl rookie Joe llatten in a stirring duel. Cooper, plagued for two years by rm trouble, was his old unbeatable self at Cincinnati, holding thc Red.; hitless for six innings in a 3 to 1 victory for the Boston Hraves. The Hcds made two of their three hits in that inning for their only j'im. Tommy Holmes with two doubles and two singles in four times at bat. led thc Braves. I.elly Ken Kaffcnsbcrger turned in a five-hit, 5 lo 2 victory for Mi, suddenly spunky Phils at St. Louis. He was backed np by a grand-slam homer by Prank McCormick in Ihe tnircl. It was McCormick's sixth of the season. B:ibe Ruth was American League batting champion only one year, in 1024. with an average of .311). Head Courier News Want Ads. Philadelphia 12 NATIONAL LEAGUE: W. L. Pet. Brooklyn 30 15 .007 St. LOUis 25 ID .5G8 Chicago 23 Cincinnati 15 Boston New York . Pittsburgh . Philadelphia 20 20 . 18 15 .548 .487 .405 .•IK .366 Today s Games NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Pitl.sburgh. "Brooklyn nl Chicago. Boston at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at St. Louis. AMERICAN I.KAGUE Cleveland at New York. Del roll at Boston. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Chicago al Washington 12) Join thc Refrigerator Service Club (Two Service Calls a Year $1) Repairs lo Kloclric Appliances Fully Giuiruntccd BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO [Vi'liere Courtesy is Not a, Memory) 13S K. Main St. Phone 3G16 main event of Promotor Mike Meroney's weekly program at thc local arena at 8: in o'clock. The tag match will precede thc preliminaries in which Welch will meet Riley, and Ming will take on Johnson. Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN I.KAGUE Nashville 11-7, Mobile 5-3. Chattanooga 0-10, New Orleans 0-12. Birmingham 7, Little Rock C. Atlanta 2, Memphis 1. AMERICAN LKAfiUE New York (i, Cleveland 5, (H In- Philadelphia 5. St. Louis 4. Washington S. Chicago 2. Only games scheduled. oi;ni:u In tlic Cham-cry Court, Chirlci- sawhii District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. J. A. Ueiiton vs. No. 9597 Esther Dcnlon ..' Defendant. The defendant Eslhcr Denton is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff J. A. Denton. Dated this 31 day of May, 10!(j. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Frcida Bright; D. O. Percy A. Wright.. Ally, for' 1 J 1U. C. F. Cooper, Ally, ad Litem. G[l-8-15-23 WALLPAPER Washable Now 32c 30e Light fast Now 20c Wallpaper Now FOR SALE Fresh Uivcr Catfish. Special prices to Cafes and fish {tics. Cafe and large orders delivered. MACK'S FISH MARKET FOB BALE CONCRETE STORM SKWEB ALL 6IZE8 Cheaper Than Bridie limfca OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone Ml Osceoto. Ark. Open 7; Starts 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED IMionc C73 Osccola, Ark. Last Time Today 'Marshall of Reno' \vilb "Wild Will" Elliott as Kcd Ryder and linliby lilakc and Ann FU'.initi(;. Serial: ".luuclc Haider" and Sliurls E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. FELIX A, CARNEY City Rac/ip Repair --'•- • . M „ •• - '•"' --'..•/•'.*- '. "'• .",'"':'• "'.:.- Copt. John W. Gnirtcr, USNR, above, former Washington, D. C., attorney, has been selected by wartime premier Ilideki Tojo to defend him in the Japanese \var criminal (rials in Tokyo. Radios and Appliances RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Bo* office opens at 7:00; Picture starts at 7:15. SATURDAY OWL SHOW Slarls 10:15 p.m. The Phantom Speaks' wilh Uiclianl Arlrn, Stanley Uidfc ami Lynn Kolicrls Also Shorts Saturday :"DESERT PHANTOM" wilh Johnnie Muck Brown Topcyc Cinncdy :iml 4lh Chapter nl "HAUNTKD 1IAUBOR" UKO NtfWS & SHORT Sunday and Monday Continuous Show Sunday Salty O'Rourke with Al:iu L:iild & flail Kusscll Paramount News and Shorts 324 E. Main St. Phone 2407 We Arc I'roud To Announce That Mrs. Thclma Parks has joined our staff nnd will welcome you at CALDWELL 11KAUTY SHOP First National Bank Ithlg. Phone 2 58 2 y "MAKE IT A MILLION!" EARN WHILE YOU LEARN A SKILL OR YRADE - * GOOD /OB ran rou U. S. Army CNOOSC THIS riNC PROFESSION NOWI Room 1505, Federal Bldg. Joncshoro, Ark. Splendid education and training in more than 200 skills and trades aio offered by iHe new Regular Army. Good pay and opportunities for advancement Over 1htoc- quarters of a million have enlisted already. MAKE IT A MILLION! Get all thc lads al y oui nearest U. S. Army Camp or Post, or U. S. Army Bocruiting Station. Sunday and Monday THE NOVEL THAT "COULDN'T" BE FILMED...NOW A DARING, DIFFERENT, CHICK THEATRE 'Where Happiness Costs So Little" Week Days: Starts at 7:30 it. tn. SCREEN EXPERIENCE! "One of tlic greatest yuclureslhavc ever seen," • > V taj, Louflla Fartont • '• Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE "ARIZONA LEGION" with Cleorge O'ltrinn "U-BOAT PRISONER" with Bruce Bcmiclt i- lolm Abbott Serial: "Kuidcrs of Ghost City" No. 9; AI.sii C'omcdy NOTICE TO CAR OWNERS 24-Hour "Rain Insurance"—25c If it rains within 25 hours after you have hail your car washed at our station and you arc a holder of our Card, just present Card within -IS hours and \vc will wash it again— FREE! SPECIAL! WASH AND GREASE JOB $1.50. MARR'S AUTO SERVICE We Hove Moved! Riales Land Co. Now Located in The Hale Building Across from City Hall C:iH or sec IUJSSKU, E. UIA1.BS if you have a Farm f«r Siilc or Tratlc in Js'urthcasl yr Southeast rMissouri. YOUR ONE STOP Phone 2611 STATION ASH & SECOND Floors Refinished New Floors Laid ami Flnislicd ake Your Old Floors Look New— Sanding Equipmcnl L'sccl. Call IS'J for Free Eslim.ilc. Deal's Paint & Wallpaper Store Paints, Waffpapsr, Sfnts-O-Wood Awnings LC5 Cs. r;r;l '-TvJ Clisa t;i5 V7^ Flo=ro" CU:z3 i;j WRESTLING 8/ythevi//e Legion Arena Monday, June 10, 3-15 p. m Adults. 36r, Tax !lc—Total I5c. Reserved Seals 12c, Tax 3c—Total, 15e. Children's Seats 12c, Tax 3c, ^ Total, 15c. Reserved Seats on Sale at tho Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p. m. on Welch and Ming n. Riley and Johnson SATURDAY OWL SHOW Al 11:30 "SON OF DRACULA" with Kohcrt IMisc A Tvrlyn Ankrrr. WeriLil; "Ilaiinfctt Harbor" No. II. Also Comedy Also 2 One-Fall 30-Minutc Matches ROY WELCH vs. TEX RILEY CHINO MING vs. GUST JOHNSON Sunday and Monday "THE PRINCESS AND THE PIRATE" wilh Bob llcipr »V Virginia Mayo Also News A; C'.irloon SaCurclny Owl Show at 11:30 I'.M. New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Sunday Box Oncns Week Pays 7:00 p.m. Sal.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Showing "Comfortably Cool" Saturday "EL PASO KID" \vllU Sunset Carson Admission lie and 30c Terry Howard i1;i SiUa Doris Howling Frank Fjiylcn' .•ill.) CWkftllrAAel lr,l to Hilly ^ ildcr Fox News ft Selected Shnrl Snbiccl SATURDAY OWL SHOW HOUSE OF HORROR" with BUI Goodwin & Virginia Grey COMKDV lie and 30e Sunday and Mo«day "ENCHANTED FOREST" IN TECHNICOLOR wilh Kdmoncl Lowe * BrcmU Joyee NUWS AN1> COSIK11Y

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