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PAGE EIGHT BIA'TIIEVILLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 10, )0'17 Chicago Hurlers Hard to Handle Veteran Pitchers Put ; White Sox on Top Of Heap in American l^EYV YORK. May 10- (UP)—It is supposed to be a mystery why the Chicago White Sox arc in first pUce today, but thc baseball sher- toeks can find the solution in a hurry with just a casual examination of the pitching records. The White Sox with a rag-ba? collection of old time pitchers, supposedly long past their peak, are getting the best mound work of »ay team in the majors. They have won n games and lost •even and their victories generally h«ve been turned in by veterans who have been;with the White Sox for many years. The staff has scored four shutouts and in three other ganies the opposition was held to a single tally. And the old fellows haven't had e»sy opposition cither. The White Sox, because of their superior pitching, have turned in victories over three of the four leading American League hurlers of 1946, Dob Feller, Hal Newhouscr. and Rp.irt Chandler, niid the fourth one, Dave (Boo) FY;rriss, had to shut them out to win. ' Many Veterans on Team • The White Sox staff is like a ' gentleman's club and most of the members have l°ng years of seniority. Orval Grove, who beat Detroit's ace, lefty Nefhouser, 2 to 1, yesterday on seven well spaced hits, lias been around for eight years. Slohnny Rigney has been with the White Sox for all 11 of his years in the majors, while 40-year-old lefty Thornton Lee has been in ihe majors 14 years, the last 11 nt jDhlcngo. Joe Hnynes Is a nine- year major league veteran, seven *ith Chicago, Edgar Smith has been it Chicago eight and in the irm- jqrs 11. and Ed Lopat has spent his four years as a major leaguei in a White Sox uniform. '.- Lopat, Rigney, Lee and Grove nave pitched the shutouts, Lopat getting his over Feller on opening tt»y. Tligiiey. Lee. and Grove pilch- jtd games in which the opposltioi got only one run. •; Grove's victory yesterday was his Second and he pitched it in 30-dc jrec weather at Chicago. Newhous er, who now has a record of on tictory and four defeats, compare* .with a_mark" of four victories a one defeat on May 10 a year ago struck out eight but was unabl to bear down in the. pinches. ' : 'The White Sex put over the win nlng .run. in the eighth on Do Killoway's amble, Luke Appiing How Yuh Coin' to Hit 'Em When You Can't See 'Em? J e/s Score -0 Victory Over Lookouts Pitching liis second one hitter of season in Cleveland Municir»:>l Stadium, lOlli in his nuijor-jcpguc career. J!"l> Ft'llcr rifles fast Ijall by rnijjhly Ted Williams of Kcd Sox I'-r strike. Jim Hcguu is cMcliing, Bill Sun Summers umpiring. Osceolo-Mcmila Legion Juniors To Play Sunday OECJCLV Muy 10-The Osceola Junior Legion baseball team will ntertain the Manila Legion nine t the high school athletic Meld to- lorrow afternoon. Starting time Is Steve Ralph announced :3C. Conch nt lie would start Buddy Causey, Xiccola ace hurlcr, on thc mound gainst the Manila team. The lo- al s lost their game last week to Jlythevillc by an 8 to 3 score. Jack Lewis will pro'jably toe the HQ for the Manila nine with JIo- vard Yelverton handling the catch- is chores. The prcbable lineups arc: Osccnln Minila Shaneyfelt SS Edwnrds E<B Wiseman IB Threlkcld CP 3harlislc CP Smith M3 ilalph LF • Adams LP White C J. Harris nv' J. T. Conner 3B J. [InrrLs f!F Big Three of Kentucky Derby Battle for Honors at Pimlico B.v LEO II. 1'ETKKSON Dnitcd I'rrss Sports I'lilltor the Preakness. He was expected to be no better than second, and per- Alexander Back On Legion Arena Card for Monday BALTIMORE!. M<l., May 10. (UP) haps, third choice in the betting. —The wide battle for three year-old Phalanx who nosed out Faultless horse racing honors shifted to Flm- for second, probably will be in the llco today where Jet Pilot, Phalanx betting choice at 8 to 5 although and FaullleFS were expected to bat- i both he and Jet Pilot were listed tic it out in Ihe Preakness just like , al 2 lo 1 in the overnight line wiUi they did in thc Kentucky Derby a j Faultless at 4 to I. week ago. The 45.000 or more fans who will Jam the old hill top track by the scheduled 5:10 p.m. i*ii l time camp In anticipation of seeing another thrilling nnd dramatic finish between thc three horses who raced stride by stride down the Church- 11 Downs stretch. Jet Pilot won thc nod at the wire n. Conner RP Causey P Simmons S3 M. Ilnrris 211 Yelverton C Lewis P These odds reflected the opinion of turf experts—that Phalanx and Faultless would benefit more from a fast track than the Main Chance farm beauty, who likes to run In the kintl nf heavy going which marked thc derby strlk. ' There were ei^ht other horses in the race—Including four'other derby mounts—hut thev. weren't go but with a fast track forecast off ting much of a tumble. The Field, Listed in Order of Tost Positions: Cotton Pickers To Play Sunday In Jonesboro With their won and loss columns on nn even bjfsis at one apiece, tlie Blythcvillc Junior L'j- ricn baseball team will journey to Jonesboro tomorrow to meet the Jonesboro Legion nine at the American Legion Park there, rtcriflce", and Murrcll Jones 1 ' single. I Coach Jce WliiUcy stated that Bob Feller pitched an 11-inning he was undecided ns to who he four-hit game as the Indians edged would give the stmiing mound us- the St. Louis Browns in n 'ii»'H stenment to, but in nil probability game, 4 to 3- Joe Gordon batted" in D * Mullen, the righthander that the winning run with a single after defeated the Ou-eola nine last week loser cliff Fannin gave up two walks. Feller struck out six. Three iforsc- On Trust Faultless Diskiilaler Bullet i'roof sc'Miiiv Contest Jet pilot ['halaiix Cosmic Bomb '.CiiiK Hay 'oniish Knlylil Owner E. Slice fc Sons Calumet Farm B. Moore Mrs. M. Whl'ney Mis. B. nougla:, King anch i\faine Chancu Farm C. Whitney U-. Helis Q. Hax, jr. C Taylor Trainer Jockey Molt'-T I.ongden Jones oodson Williams Bal/a:etli Clark Wrinht Luro Luro Hirsch Mehrlcns smith Gnerin Vellch Arcaro Bcoth ciiirk Whito Campbell Alexandra Euirler Ohls 10-1 10-1 3012- 30- 2-1 2-1 15-1 ATLANTA, Ga., May 10. (UP) •"here wasn't anything A| couldn't have in New Orleans lociay or ihe asking. The 29-year-old southpaw slug•• ;cr banged out a homer in the se- :ond Inning of last night's rubber -neeting between the pelicans an'J Chattunooga. veteran Byron Cook lipped a fancy four-hit shutout .gainst thc lookouts, and one tally was all thc righthander neeclc.'. lo notch his fifth victory of Ihs campaign. Lefty Bill Kennedy, slender 'noo- !-a [linger, pitched beautifully—except for grooving thc toss to Flaiv— and allowed the winners only six singles. It was a heart-breaker^ for Ihe Chattanooga ace to drop. The 1-0- defeat, his first for the season against five previous wins, dropped him from the top of the southern pitching standings. New Orleans again lengthened its league lead to six eamcs and copped the scries from the second place Lookouts 2 games to 2. Stroking Chick to.-scrs Don Grnle and Fred Biggs for 1C safeties, Ihe Atlanta Crackers topped Memphis Blythevaile Golf Team to Play «n Dyersburg, Tenn. Several members of I'..e Blythe- _ ville Country club will jaui'iu-y to ! — Dycrsfoiii'B, Tenn., tomorrow tor an j" inter-city golf match with UIB Ten- , ncsscc team, Wendell Katun, pro I of the local club, said today. \ The exact number that will make • thc trip is not known, Eaton slated, * but several have announced that ( they will enter the tournament. , I Loral * Lont DUIancr Moving Oon>«tut Help •»« •««lp«i«''». »*•• fmUly Ir-m'ti uontrirt H»ulln« om, leirto * »«"»«« •« Pkon« 2801 The Dyoi'sburg tenni return match here on reported. Al Alexander, thc gi.n.l-likc Ca Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend Saving^ Low Net Cost Protecti] for Service Alexander will team with Chris IJelkas in tag feature against Lelty I'nccr and Prinec Omai, tlie Persian bad Ijpy. Alexander made quite a hit \vith locnl wrestling fans in his initial showing last week, as he threw his 200 pounds Irame aroitn the ring. :LS if it was so much leathers. Th2 six feet plus grappler is one of the most muscular athletes ever to enter the local square circle. His tricky octopus holds dealt misery to Jack Welch and Omar, his opponents uf last week. Prince Omar is res|>.>;',.cd by many wrestlers as being <mz of Iho most deadly in Hie busines.i. Thc MiJdls Eastern bone twister is father Iree with his opinions regarding the referee's decision. He naj a habit of standing on a man:; wind piije while he argues with the official .on tlie legality of the situation, i In tlie two one-fall preliminary i matches. Lefty Pacer will swap 1 holds witli Alexander, rmcl Belkas | will battle thc yapping Persian. E. 8. Gee Jr., Places Third In Golf Meet K. B. Gee Jr., Blythtville High School's only entrant in thc state qolf tournament at l.Hlu' Rock yes- \ Iprday, shot a score of 71-73 for n total of 149 strokes for tlis 30 holes to gain third place in the individual low score race. Bobby Lcvine of El Dorado R;:i thc individual low score honors with rounds of 73-71 for a total of M4. i Teddy Ross, of Little Rock, placed ' second with 148. Little Rock High Scl-.JL.1 copped the team crown teadinj; Fort Smith with 307 and El Dorado -Allli 308. A brilliant two over par C7 turned ; W. L. TAMKE ! 408 E. Davis St., P. <). Box 431 ! ('hone 21S7 Blytheville, Ark. in by Teddy Ross gave the Capital! o ,, t 7:00 pira _. stal . ls ,. 30 p.,,,, City duet their victory. 2U ' 1 ' starting limn for the Sr.ieus is 8:15. IVsl 'ritiie— 5-.10 p.m. KOT. All C'sirry 12(i I'oimiLs. BASEBALL STANDINGS Georgia Lassies Battle I For Southern Golf Crown SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Pet ot .the Browns' liiUs were bunched •'.-.. Braves Top Giants • At New York, tlte Braves joined the cubs in a first-piacc He by topping the Giants. 6 to 2, bill thc toiets "derived consolation from Ihe -t&t relief pitching of "Wonder Boy" Clint Hartung, who gave up oely two hits and no runs in six innings, fanning live. Hartung, n failure as an outfielder even though he hits a tremendously long ball, now is regarded as a probable starter on Mel ott's harassed mound staff. Johnny Mtze got. his ninth homer and Willnrd Marshall Ills tfilrd for New York's only runs. Boston's Warren Spahn coasted to Bis fourth victory without a loss when he was given n fu{ G to 0 lead Johnny Hopp and Carvel Rowell lea Boston's attack with two hits apiece. Thc Cubs came from behind with lour runs in the sixth to beat the Reds. 5 to 1 in a duel of left-hand- ers at Cincinnati. Johnny Schmitz gave up only rive hits to shade Johnny Vandcrmeer, who was brilliant until the big Cub inning. Bert Haas got the only Cincinnati run on a homer. Bill Nicholson drove ii] two cub runs with a homer anci single. The Phillies defeated the Dodger? in II innings, o to 5, and dropped the Dodgers from first to third a game behind Boston and Chicago Emil Verban's double, following a walk to any seminick and a sacri- I .flee, hung the'defeat on reliefer! Hugh Casey. The Phils got their J first five runs in the second inning on two hits, an error and five walks oft Hal Gregg and Ralph Branca. will fret thc nod. Mullen held the Osccola team to scycn hits and three runs to win Ills first start of the year, He roams Ihe center field pasture when he is not busy on thc mound, nr)d is rated as one of the best outfielders in the county. Other members of Cotton Pickers' lincun will probably be, Dudley Hardy, first base; Homer Smith, sacond base: Leon Ashb.v. third bMC'. Clifton Wixson, lea licld: Harold Wavd. center field: Bill nnsr. right field and Lloyd Konlz. at chor. Probably the mcst improved nember of thc Cotton Picker nine •; Dudley Hardy, first sacker. Hardy, who un until last week's game lad gone hitless nt the plate, rap- icd out Iwo singles in Ihrcc lri[js o drive in two runs. He account>d for one of the three hits ul- owed the Blylhevillc Hieh Schoo line by J. T. Harris of Manila in New Orleans Chnttanouga . Mr.'ailc Uanln irmingham U!e Ruck empbis ashville a high r.chool game Tuesday. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE 'Birmingham at Mobile. Only gsirie. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Boston. Philadelphia at Washington. Detroit at Chicago. Cleveland at St. Louis. NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston at New York. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. St. Louis at Pittsburgh. Chicago at Cincinnati. 15 M 14 11 11 8 0 'ATI .A'NTA, Gil.. May 10. (UP)-- si7 i A l la ' r of Georgia lassies—Louise 5-381 Snens and Dorothy .Kirby — will 5311 match strokes for 31 holes in the ''^. ? j finals of thc Women's Southern ~~ 1r Asso:iation tournament at thc .3411 15 .348 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. ;0 11 1 .(ill leveland o.ston cw York Vashingion . .. hiladelphia . .. St. Louis x-Niijht game. 6 1) A 6 10 13 Enst L:\ki- course here today. I .The meeting between diminutive jOllise, of LUhia Springs. I/uiky Miss Kirbv of Atlanta may answer (hut oldest of snorting question—can a short athlete besl a slr?p;>ing one. JJoth finalists are former title- .SOT .412 .316 NATIOMAl, LEAGUE W. L. Pet. 12 6 .061 12 C .1)37 10 8 n.stcn Uhicaeo . ... Brooklyn . . 'itts'ourgh . ^Philadelphia 3W York . ncinnati . St. L-.uis . .. .G25 .5:0 .450 0 .4CO Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN UJAGUE Atlanta 14. Memphis 0. New Orleans 1. Chattanouga 0. Nashville 2. Mobile I. Little Rock, Birmir;;ham 5. Livestock lion proved superior. . Atlanta first-sucker .limmy HKir nudged Grale for a homer In the third with one mate aboard, while Burl Hodge smote a round-tripper for the losers in the final frame. The victory moved the Crackers ''^ to third, a full game in front ot Moble. , In a third-place tie with Atlanta before last night's contests, tl» Bears bumped their shins against the crafty serves of long-time Vol 1 eo Twardy. Behind the rlglithand- annexcd the ball game 2 to 1. Roy Whltaker and Pershing Mondortf gave the winners five has<-. hits over thc distance. Bill Dickey's Little Rock Pebbles .juiid the offerings of a parade I of four Baron pitchers to then- hk- / fianfc Rob /, er ' ; s Favorec/ ing at Birmingham last night, and the Rocks chalked up an 8 t-> 5 vie- | To Win Steeplechase torv Al "Pie" Piechola toiled on | the'hill for the winners but need- i N'ASHVILH Tenn., M-iy 10. (UP) ed help in thc ninth when the -N'me sleek horses go to the post Slagtovn irnn threatened. ! "x^S" f°>' "™ 18-ju-...p 5 on the Art Rebel banged out a four-Das- thrce-nnlc Irocuois Steeplechase Fort Smith's Charley Jones was pressed in eliminating McNemer of Little Rock, '1-6. Q-'!, ii-1 in thc tennis finals. In the s?mi-fina!s, Jone 1 . beat Snider of Catholic Hi^h and McNemer downed Powliricjc of El Dorado. Batesville's doubles team of Rust and Evans beat thc LiU.s Rock pair, McNemer and Beardslsjy. in straight sets to gain the final anci Ihon win , 'iver Fort Smith's team of Jones and j Dorsey, 1-C, 6-4, G-4. ' Fort Smith won lU semi-final match over Head and Gi^vc of El Dorado, 1-6. C-3, G-4. Last Time Todav "Lone Texas Rangers" Wild Hili Klliutt as Itetl Uydcr and Hobby Utahc Serial: "Daughter of Don cv for the home forces, with Sears smacking a fmir-bapruer for Little Rock in the third with one on the basepatlis. The win moved the Peb- WPS to within one half game of the fifth- place Barons. I ST. LOUTS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111.. May 10. (UP) — (USDA)—Livestock: HORS 148. Steady with yesterday's averapc; lot) 24 S3 an choice light butchers, around 2CO Ibs. compared with I'lose last week; weights 270 Ibn down mostly 25c to SI higher; heavier weights steady' to 25c lower; sow s mostly steaciy. Cattle fO - calves 13- earmarked for Minday. Compared with close; ville. Mississippi County. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that thc undersigned will witnin Hie time fixed by law apply to Cw Commissioner of Revenues of Hit Stat-; of Arkansas for a permit to sell l.rtr at retail at 41S W. Ash St, Blythe- last week: Steers and heifers clos- . The undersigned states that he i - r-rt 25c to 50c higher; cows 50c to « citizen of Arkansas, of good moral SI up; bulls 75? hinher, vealers SI character, that he has never l>?eii course at Nashville's Percy Warner Park. v A crowd of 25.0CO is expected to blanket the sui rounding green natural bowl by tliD 5 p.m. starting time. Tlie winner's purse is S1.C05 i for Hie sixth running of the amateur event. It will be an old story this afternoon fcr iBank Ro>,b?r, blnck gcld- in<^ ow r nect ^v John Sloan and cue of the favorite.-;. "The Robber ch:impion in 1941, has never been on!, oi the money in four previous Ircquois starts. His stamina always pnils him through to gain in the final stretch. For what may lie his last rare he'.s 15 years o;d —Bank Robber is teamed with a champion rider. Calvin Houghland. who rode Use 19<!3 winner, Imperor Siiturtiiiv iMidnilt' SUo'w Starts 10:15 p.m. "HOT CARGO" \ViIliam flarijaii A- Jean Holers Also Shoris "Gallant Journey" wilh Glenn Ford, Jai>ct Blair antl ChurJcs Kug^iL's aramnuiit Nc-.vs and Slioris liolclcr.s in the Southern meet ami veterans nf numerous lourimmeni matches. But neither has ever met thn other in a finals match. It will be the first time in thc 22-year history of l.he Southern tournament that thc two competitors hail from the same state, and nractically iror.i thc same rity. Although La Sugps originates from Lithia Springs, 20-mi!es Irom Atlanta, she plays wcarir.s the colors of thc capital city club. ni!rhrr on pood and choice, others conv steady to SI hiuhcr: tops for the involving moral turpitude; that no I wrek: rhnic" 12'S !b. •••leers 25.75; license to sell beer oy thc uiui?r-1 choice ]012 lb. steers ?5 00; choice signed has been revo^ec, within five' tnn l'i mixrd vearlinis 25.00; nhoice, years lost past; nnd that tlu- under- 7~6 \'i heifers. 2450: sood cor\'s signed has never been convicted of 1951; pcocl heavy beef bulls 17.51; violnling thc laws of this state, or bulls lfi.15; choice ! any other state, relating to the sale lots of feeder j of alcoholic liquors. 'icted'of a felony or other crime; Frederic Tl. will be atop Bank Hoober today. Defense Testimony Heard In Murder Trial tit Spa HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. May (Up) — The decode bcs^n its !0. vcalcrs ?r> steers to 21 00. Bulks for the \veefc; troctl ;iticl choice .steers ?3 2r» to 2iS.- mcdintn to low good. 20.GO-23.- n: ccniii'nu to low medium 17.50-1 !>50: [tc:ud aiirj rhr>ir-p heifers and.(Spjij) K. A. Manning' Subscribed and sworn to hcforc me this 9 clay of May, 1947. Mrs. mixed yearlings 22CO-24.50. Blackard Wuiavy Public. j,[ y commission expires M.trch D, AMEKICAN LEAGUE ChicEigo 2, Detroit. 1. Cleveland 4. St. 'Louis 3. (It in- inR.s). Only games. dulcd. Yesterday's. Star—Johnny schmlU of the 1 Cubs who pitched a Hvc- 'I"herc were no other games schc-*hit. 5 to 1 victory ovev thc Reels. FISHERMEN 1500 MINNOWS For Your Weekend Fishing Pleasure Also Roaches & Worms BRING YOUR CONTAINERS DIXIELAND BA1TERY 511 Chickasawba NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 5, Cincinnati 1. Boston 6. New York 2. Philadelphia C. Brooklyn 5 linings). Only games. ing lo clear 4'i-vear-eld E. .F.I Parsons of CV.v.r.iivi'le of i-li:i'(ics] of thc involuntary msvishiurchler of 17-year-old Je'.vi-li Ewrll The youhK tit. Louis e.ij] died in . Hot Springs li-"ispilal a few hours after !>?ing b"alen :-nd falliiig from r.n artorar.bile on the Hot Sprlr.fis-T.ittl* Kock hiph- \vay last Mnri'ii 21. pavions «lso is charged with conuibultns lo the delinquency of i minor, but lhat trial will InlUi.v lii t jji-csi one. The slate comyieiad its lesli- mony yesterrin/. former Game Worf/en Held on Kidnap Charge TEXARKANA. May 10. lUP'i A former ICnst Ifxn; ^anie v:ar(!tn. w r anted by ok!Viom.i !>.,licn in connection wilh the j;idnai;p':i^ of a 15-yenr-n]d cirl, !i:i.s 1:-••! arrested by Tcxar'.isia officers. He was arrc.Ucd by Tcxai'kana officers. He was arreitcrl by chief Drp- >tv tcrday. ,l7.1ng. Itching tot lure (ram Crotch ilch" 'PruriH'5- foot Itch lAllilete's root). ilsiDcr's Hcb Fnclcity Itch. Ringworm. Rinpworm of rtti^ Sculp anci 'other itching iuc to fungus in Tecil ons Is relieved at no i on contact wiln spscially prepared. . -trnil he Uon<iras<:. A liquid; clean to -isr orlginaierJ by n Dcimat'ilogtsi. First mine ^via:anicpd to please. Sent prepsld, : On ---• -'nt riJ n-'r« ^flc, ---- ROTIIROCK !>RUG CO- .Mil 1 Loose Clothes Just Don'I 'Fit In' with MOVING PARTS THEATRE Manila, Last Time Today (In Cinec'jlor) "WILDFIRE" with Hobliy Steclc ;iml laddie Dean 10th Chaplcr "Fed. 'Opor.ilor U3" ALso Shorl.s SATURDAY OV1L SHOW Midnight Manhunt" with iIlE;im Gar^mi anil Ann Savas Also Short Subject. i altfl <Yl< Tuesday Officers snirl 'he man rtenirri knowing the ^r.iitsuv', Okln.. girl at first, but l;'t,r : r r.rlinitlr'.l Jho. nbducttou. lie a:-se;-l':rt the cirl ] is safe at tho HI.YH-. .if relanvc^ in] Vivian. La.. st\? Uai be?n nviisin^ since WeclnesrrLr/. : Johnson sai.l tlip man ivsertcci he took the girl Ui Vivian :u lier own request sr.i-i lu- ter.ncd thc nbduetio'i us r. m;.iiinctr- BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICK ANYWHERE! Reserved Seals or. Sale at lite Legion Arena from 6 P- rn. Every Monday ADULTS 45c — CHILDREN I5c Mondoy, May M EXTRA TAG MATCH Lefty Pacer and Prince Omar versus Chris Belkas and Al Alexander ALSO 2 7-FALL, 30 MINUTE MATCHES Lefty Pacer Chris Belkas vs. vs. Al Alexander Prince Omar A Pordmoullt Picttiit ilQiring j : ^ Paulstte Goddard U frcd MacMurray 4) . . * » v> KKO News and Shorts • How arc your ov- and shut gcing to get - ig wilh tho tractor and irnplo- monts you use? Torn or loose ctothfls catch easily in shafts, sprockets, chains — any thin g that moves. DON'T TAk'E A CHANCE This advDilisemenl, prepared in cooperation with the National Safety Council, Is sponsored by -?m^ IBE C*AREFUL - 1. Keep all shields in place. 1 j 2. Stop machine to adjust and oil. £ 3. When mechanism becomes • clogged, disconnect powci bcfoio ^r cleaning. u. 4. Keep hands, Iccl and clothing ' A away from power-driven parts. A 5. Keep off implement unless seat or H platform is provided. Keep W others oil. I New Theater Manila's Finest Hhows EVERT NIGHT Matinee Salurday & Sunday Box Optns Week Days 7:W P-™8»l.-Sun. 1 p.m. CoiiL Bhowini DELTA IMPLEMENTS 312 South 2nd Phone 863 Saturday Tlie Kciuiblic i'lciurc 'Riding thc Lone Trail" Also Short JJnbjrJ^ INTERNATIONAL Trucks SATURDAY OWL SHOW 'Cry of the Werewolf" ui Hi Nina t'och, Ste)ihen Craill Selected Shorts Sunday and IMonday "NORA PRENTISS" with Ann Sheridan, Kohcil AHla Also Shorts

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