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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 3, 1945
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PAGE SEE .BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Buresh Returns For Arena Bout .Will Engage Bennett; 't-Wolfe To Vie Byrd in Other Big Match Promoter Mike Mcronfey's weekly wrestling :•'. program Tor Monday night has undergone a slight chtingc from the usual procedure, but not- in- the .principals which means plenty ot fireworks for the faithful Customers . The American Legion promoter lias arranged for an all-star card which calls for a double main event featuring four rough, tone 0 giants who .have played lending roles in recent thrilling and exciting matches,' ' ,". Heading the carci' Is Stanley Buresh, Uie bushy headed nee who has'teamed with Bad Buddy Knox to'.sweep' through three successive fag matches with the loss of but one fall. Btircs.h has been matched with -George Bennett, in onc- 1ftif of the show. • '..("Pur (lie".oilier individual.mutch, which also .carries a time limit of an hour"and a half, two best falls out of. three, the ; local impressn'rlo Is throwing .handsome youiig , Joe Wolfe and crafty, ca'gy Floyd Byrd into the same ring, with instructions' to' go" at It. They likely will. iTlie Buresh-Bennett expected brawl is a result of a. challenge. Bennett, well aware of the impres- sive'record 'established by-Stanley since his debut here : several '-w«eks ago, is said to have "asked for n crack at the methodical workman 4nd tike it from Gebrgc, he isn't going to have too much 'trouble. In' .fact;--, he promises' that'- It is Biiresh who is .fiOing to have the trouble and predicts an earlj end to the sensational, streak. iThis fellow Buresh has -.proven that-he has>what It takes to mnko ijj.'.'grcal. modern, wrestler. He gave ap unrefutable demonstration last Mondaj night when he handed Bill Canny one of .the worst whippings jh his illustrious ring caiecr Stan more than matched his toughness with that of the unlmtUble Atlanta rubber man in the last show, standing toe to "toe and s|ugglng .with Bill, finally -.knocking him down and then kicking him from the Ting.. Bill suffered a' severely .wrenched knee that hot only cost him this match but put him on Uie shelf for sexeral days, possl bly weeks. *O\er a long period of >eais Bennett has earned the respect ot Uie fans and foes for his toughness He rates with the best and is a tough jmt to crack inside the squared circle A leritabie windmill ^Itli nn aggressUe style, George L? long on Uie biting stslc of attack Nothing apparently gnes him more supreme pleasure than to sink his molais Into an opponents-leg, pr arm or frandror whatever part of the ana- toim is hard to chomp on What ejfect this will have on Buresh <s a matter to be decided in ihl scrap, .which .promises to be. ver rough and rugged The second appearance of Wolf Is exoectert to.attiact considerab! attention The fans easllj recall his fine show In j with Canny in a ta niatch TKlth Buresh and Knox though on the losing end Joe a I most stole the show with n whirl wind open style of combat At one particular stage otHh itch Wolfe opened i up «|th fij ;,tacklesi t that caught e\,«ryone JuillMlrfg . ftefefoe* Rfeftmev wh Wujan'i Jfet< but f of.' h$ ^ a;, .'olio former fullb l ack*'at"OliTd v bfale Unl versity, came within an inch o sihgleharidedly. winning the fal falling before the skill of Buresh. Byrd, is. certain- to . offer th youngster plenty of anxious mo ments.'A top notcher who has beci in the game a long time, Flojd most recent triumph came a fen weeks ago shen he toppled Ben nctt in a torrid, affair that kep the^fans m'an uproar and on th edges of their seals most of th time. Byrd used hjs wide range o experience to pull him out ot man 'fight spots and enable him (p wi from the very rugged Bennett, n softy in any ring. The first match gets under WE promptly at 8 15 Luxora, Keiser Teams Divide Doublehea'der •The Luxora high school bo arid.'girls basketball teams met th Keiscr teams last nUjht at Luxo in games which resulted In the boys and Kelscr girls as Score , was 46 lo 31 in the boy» " "" to 17 in the girls' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1945 DOPE BUCKET • X J. P. VKKSKAS DOOIt CI.OSKl) From the looks of tilings light ow, our very good friend, Lieut. ohn P. (Wimpy) Burns, Is slatcicl finish out the duration on this de of Ihe two oceans far away om where the current conflict is ging In all its fury, but In distinct Hied favor. Writing from North Camp Hood, own in my native stale of Texas, le "Wimp" gives out with the slid ews. . . , Tn fact, he Indicates hat instead of getting into the vcrseas combat, where his- outfit there Is every Indication that he ill fall heir to another brace. . . . on will doubtless recall Hint Wimpy" was dccarcd by Army octors lo have suffered a broken cck. . . . Just when and where nd. under what conditions the •ncturc occurred hasn'i been rte- innineri. . T!ie fact remains lal it is cracked In at IciVH two laces nml Is giving him no end f trouble and just about written is name off the active list, .His sorrowful Idler, which Is ripping with pessimism follows: Co. "A" 128lh T. 13. Bn., N. Camp Hond, Texns. I Good Buddie: Jusl a note tills time lo let you now I haven't forgotten you. But IIRVZ been on the go and havciit nd much time to write. ET-BIfl SimritlSE I reported to duty at North amp'' Hood the 29IU of Dec, and .sked for a 15-day leave. . . . less my soul, It they didn't break own and give It lo me, starting ic 5lh of Jan. Sure enjoyed it, oo. Got In a litllc fishing In Ihc ay .and on c day's duck- shoot — lost fun you ever see. It was the .rst time J have had n gun lu ly hand In four years, that is, oth- r than n Carbine. 1803 Springfield, I. I. Canard, 30-callbr c machine un, 50-callbrc machine gun, Rock: Ganard, Basranka, 37-m.m. antl- ank gun, and a 76 nun. on an M 8. But I mean n good olc 12- auge automatic with No. G ,shot nd nice fal mallard putting Ills laps down and coming right in owards your blind, and you raise P and bingo! He's nil yours. Boy. id I have fun! I'm going l« do a ot more of thai and soon, I hope. "But the Big Wigs nt Cnmp spoll- d It for me by sending a notice he 13lh Hint I was under orders or,'overseas duty and hnd to rc- »rt to Fort Ord, calif., the 30th f - January. They ndvl'ed me to traighteri out my personal affairs nd gel back to camp nntl get endy to ship out—and quick. F.UI, ON PHYSICAL I came back to camp with my Ingers crossed, aiic) hopes high loi he break I've been walling for. 1 went. In for my'..overseas physica and, qf course, didn't pass'it. Thej ;e:U me lo South Cnmp Station flospital lo have my neck x-rayct again and now they say I urn going :o the McCloskey General Hospi- .al here in Temple. Don't know for sure but will tomorrow afternoon (Friday)." By the way, guess whom I ran into yesterday—Cnpt. Salmon; He iised to, be pastor, of tbc Prcsbylcr- laiv', Cnurcii" in. Blythcville. - He • now -:b';\capTain' ;rtnc\ -llospitnl'. Clinp^ . 1 'i4f''t'ie-Statiou' .'.Hos'pitai; ;nt ulhffOampi Hood. H'e" r wrifi thbr'e .ast v car when I lefl Camp Hood for Camp Swift but didn't expect to find him when I came back. Say, j. p., wish you would send me the nnmes ami addresses of any of the boys or girls from Blythe- yille who are stationed here at Temple, Camp Hood or Waco. Wqulrl like to look them up and say "hello", If they will let me out of the hospital long enough. I can feel another brace and cast coming up with my name written all over it—not a plcasnnt thought lo look forward lo. Anyway, I may get out long enough to hunt .some of them up. Would like lo know If Gcn e Eykcs Is still at Wnco, if so, with what outfit. (Yes, he is. Wimpy. Thanks to Harry Kirby. here is his address: Sergt. i\rvis O.' Sykes, 25-13 B. U., Sec. B. W. A. A. F. J. W. Raydcr says that hi brother Olynder. better known a. "Rasputin," is at camp Hood. . . He Is a Master Sergeant. . . . Address: Co. B., 150 Bn.) MAKES BIG PROMISE Gotta go now nud write some olher.s. Say liello to all the folks lu the olc home town and write real Ruffin Finally Defeats Greco New York Ring Star Wins On Third Try Against Canadian NEW YOIIK, Feb. 3 (UP)— Bobby Kuffin of Astoria, N. Y., finally/ came through to beat Johnny Greco of Canada last night, after previously losing to the Canadian —--.... ., ....... , ............ nn d fighting n draw with Greco. death w (t,l) their wings If he went , Morc t!ia " 18 M° screaming fans hunting hero without Ills gun for cheered »•' I' 1 " unanimous verdict """ """" ..... "" "' ...... -" " ' ; oon. Tell "Buck" (Earl Buckley) I sure would like to Iravc him come :lown for a duck hunt. But tell him o be.sure and bring Ms gun. These Texns ducks would beat him to Brooklyn Basketball Scandal Additional Evidence That All Sports Need Policing pro ccllfrreil wlmilc Buckley I said to ecmie visit us and maybe «'c ; Cflii get, Jier hooked onto the business end of a line In deep sea lulling. Some fun! And don't for;et, you promised |o come for a vrll also. Remember? r'm to SHOW YOU HOW TO CATCH FISH I <l can hardly wait, mil fian. That will lie something after ail lhe.sB lemi, years). Give my regards lo lone and R. . Write soon and often. As ever, "Wimpy". l ionic address: 945 Washington Blvd Beaumont, Texns. Jonesboro Trims Blyfheville Five Stephens Sets Scoring Pace For Hurricane ' in 73-46 Victory Joncsboio's Golden Hurricane displaying''a cool-shoo.llng campaign, went on a rampage last night to defeat the Chicks, 13-45 In a giimc played at. Joiieaboro Blyllierlllc took the .lead in the opening quarter twice-but wa.vun- r.ble lo hold It, Blackic Stephens, riiishy Hurricane forward, look lilgh scoring honors witli 10 field goals and two free throws for a total ot 22 points. Ben Lancashire closely followed with 1C points for the locals. Joncsboro held Ihe lead nt the nd of every quarter with the score 25-U at the end of the first period and at the hnlftlmc it read 38-27. llarvcy "Cotton" Pogue proved effective nt the guard position and mnrkcd ill) 10 points for the Chicks but' It wasn't enough to hold Jonesboro's taleiit- ed forwards. Stephens and Sloan. wa.i announced after a fight that was as fast as any that has been seen In New York In many a moan. Greco seemed to have the best of (he battering fight until the seventh round, when Ruffin walked inlo n low punch. That seemed lo change Uie entire complexion of the bout. The round was taken away from Greco,-and riiiffin gave the Canadian a boxing 'lesson for the remainder of the fight. Greco started tn his usual speedy style and had fiuffin in bad shape In the fourth round. The Infighting all went to Ruffjn, but Greco wns boss of the long punches. In the sixth round, riuffin buckled a.1 the knees after a hard right and then staged a beautiful cx- hiblllon of running away from Greco. Then came the seventh round, and a low blow that cost Greco the round. Ruffin came back for UIE eighth fresh and gave Greco a complete boxing lesson tn both distance punching and close fighting. '.'. In the 9th round, Greco went down for a count of nine just before the bell and he was in bad shape at the bell. The tenth was all Ruffin's. - / . - -. These two lads have met twice before with the first fight going to Greco and the second a draw. The lhlr,i bout drew the largest crowd In the Garden this year, and one of the biggest gales since- Beau Jack fought Al Davis. The receipts were $96,000. Brother Greets Marine When He Lands On Island ' Being a long way from home just u week, before Christmas makes a fellow feel kind of blue, and landing on an Island down in Ihc South Pacific isn't the most, cheerful thing in the world for a Marine to do. But to run straight into a brother' you hadn't Thc vlcloi'.v over the Chlcknsnws som '" a year In! >kes everything Is Joncsboro'3 second win in four tur " out M r| S ht 'appearances this senion. Their 1 Thal ' s lll< > experience Pfo. other win was over-the powerful' nl sllnnc V fclt . son of Mr. and Central High Warriors of Mem- : Mrs - H - D - Shnneyfelt of Route 3; pills. 3G-35, 11 Blytheville, had when .he landed Coach Pete Craig will send his' 0 " n Pacific island and within 30 cagcrs against the North' Little ™ lnulcs bumped inlo Ills brother, Reck Wildcats, second placers h,, Tech. Sergt. Virgil Shaneyfelt, whp - • • '-id been overseas since last March, Both members of the Marine, Corps, the two -brothers .'spcijt Christmas together anil still are stationed near one another. .*• •\ "! ROONEVILLE, Ark., Feb. 3 (UP) —Three-year-old Nancy Vernon was severely burned Thursday when her clothing caught fire at her Boone- villc home. ,The child's mother. Mrs. Bud Veir lion,' ieft-lhc house: ,for.:i.,fow.ti!lri. life's to. take si 'letter ;across>(tie street. . Hearing .'the ing, she, rushed to her : hous,e, to fiiid the Arkansas conference, tonight nt Jonesboro. Lineup: . ' niyOievlllc Pos. • T'tii. Luxora victors. game and 21 competition. were Bennett and Brown while Green chalked up most points for the visilors. Ill the feminine contest, Ferguson starred lor Ihc visitors and Wilkia<i led the home town glrk. Next game for the Luxora leanv Starring for the Luxora boys will be Tuesday night at Lcpanto. WRESTLING Legion Hut, Monday, Feb. Sth, 8:15 p. m. Lowest Admission o! any Wrestling Arcni In America. ,*?"?? "Sv 1 " 9 *-' r » l » 1 . ts «- R«*«Tea Seals, IZc, Tax 3c-To- Ul, 15*, ChMrea'i Bcati ««, T« Sc, Total, 15c. Restrved Seats On Sate at the Legion Arena Erery Monday from 6 p. m. on Double Main Event 1 2 90-min. 2 out of 3 fall Matches STAN BURESH vs. GEORGE BENNETT , JOE WOLFE FLOYD BYRD ay retch nncnshlrc ... oguc ay >ncsboro ephens oan obley i:...,..'.'. olman :... : /.; . !•' . C G G . F J'os . F . P, 5 3 16 B 8 . Pts. 22 13 •U Substitutions: Blylheville—Jolm- in.4. Jonesboro: Hinson. Cook, Wood, Jeniigan, C; Carr. Fouls: Bh'theville, H; Jonesboro, Ucfcrees: Pickets-Ferris. Timekeeper: Joe Carr. Scorers: Berlon Hampton—J. IU. icConlcy.- > . AT FIRST USE CoU Ptfparalloni.oi directed Flames Burn Child, 3 .. the clothing prnctically'burncci from the little girl's body. WOOD and KINDLING Barksdale Mfg. Co, South Broadway NOW LOCATED 107 West Main (Next Door .To City Super Market) Foster's Liquor Store ; WHISKIES—WINES—LIQUERS Thonc 2127 SPRING OATS FIELD SEEDS — GARDEN SEEDS SPEAR Poultry, Dairy and Hog Feeds (Jlytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main St. Blythevillc, Phone 856 Full Stocks of DODGE & PLYMOUTH AUTO PARTS and DODGE TRUCK PARTS- We have a completely equipped service department In? ,f Cnl mechanlcs - Wc service any make car or BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. Earl Stonr, Service Mgr. Phone 422 » By HAURY GKAYSON NKA Sports Editor NEW XOHK. — The rooklyn College basketball scan- al Li striking additional evidence lot all sports—professional andin- ercoltegiate—rcQUire policing. College officials, in the words of thlellc director 'nig Wilson of ortluvestern, dislike the term "po- g." Well,. they may call it su- ci vision, or anything they care to, ut policing is what 'their basket- all deportment, requires Just the une. Along this line it perhaps Is slg- If leant that the new commissioner I ' the Big Ten Is to lie given seeping new power.' Fritz .Crlsler, Michigan's famous rotball coach and alhlqtie direc- ir, can have this Job if he wants The Brooklyn College mess, herein no fewer than five play's accepted down payments to irow a game at the Boston Gar:n and were planning to do as icy were told In another at Madon Square Garden, may hasten ic appointment of the successor to ie. late ,MaJ. John L. Griffith .is :ir of the Western Conference: ESSON FOR BASEBALL,'TOO It mny even snap the baseball owcrs. out of their lethargy and ckering In .connection.-'- wife ' the iniing of a successor, to .the late ommissioiier Landls. Only n little more than a year .go It was demonstrated. -. that or- nniiced baseball still required po- clng. At a time as recently us lat, Judge Landls barred Bill Cox, oung president of the Phillies, for ettlng .oil gamesj,, Landls was criticized in some ^seball quurtors for bciiii; alto- ether, too judicial and not "nt all oiistruetlve. "Tliat "may have been "e, but'thc old "Judge was a writ>n guarantee that .-everything was ~ the up and up, anil notliii.V can _ built 'when the.public suspects i.v part of the phonus bolonus. You hear that college basketball getting too big Tor itself! rc'pe'at- dly playing before turnouts of a-e to 20,000 at MadLson Square inrden, but there were whispers ears before Promoter Ned Irish lit it on big tinie. I recall a lot ' talk following a New York Uni- ;i'Sity-Brook!yn St. 'John's game i a Bronx..armory in 1931: Nothing came of it. Just as noth- ig has.been done about these re- orts since; During the past .several winters icre "have been many occasions here .there were plenty of rea- ons /or raising the eyebrows. Why> nly. the. .6the"r iiight .in the Garen, Coach Nat .Hol'mati; had his ity College' team refuse a foul This' prevented" the score ittirig the middle, exactly In bc- w?e_n. the number of points, .the ettor gives-or gets,- Bookmakers isist on a spread of two points, •lilch makes it possible for them o-win-both ways, and the. frcq'uen- y with .which that happens is mazing. - . . 'College' 1 , athletic officials and all along have realized the CHJCKASAW Wtsl Main Near '21st • St • ~ Sat.'starts JZ:45: Sun. starts'lilS . i? *:•> Night:sbows.'S:'*?''..-,''. t''ff / Eicepi Monday, opens 6:45 ''A'*. Conllinoiis shows" Sat. and Son. better and could be punished. Tho-e college boys are not worldly wise, and can't'be punished, Phog Allen of Kansas stands ntonc In his contention thai a commissioner of collie athletics would be practicable. But the crying need is for policing, even if in individual instances It has to be left lo a member of the faculty nthlelic commitlee. After all, the police can't be depended upon to" -stumble into fixed basketball games by accident, as they did in the unfortunate case of the five Brooklyn College players. Fritz Crlslcr . . ./Michigan's famous football coach and athletic director is sought as commissioner of Big Ten. danger of fixers getting to players. The NCAA appointed 'a sjXirial committee^- to Investigate, • and .. al Hie annual convention In Colum- Jan.. 13 Asa. Bushnell' exe'cii- tive director of 'IheVCeiUrarofflce for Eastern Inlercblleglalo . Ath- lc.-t, 'warned that the ugly situation wan not confined lo Ihc larger centers, but extended to c.iin- FIKE FOLLOWS MUC'II SAIOKE It is not, difficult lo understand young college bo.vs in heed of money listening to the sure-thing boys. They were told that lots of others were doing 'the same' thing, and maybe they had some right -to believe it,It was much harder to understand eight White Sox throwing Ihe 1910 world Scries. They knew NOTICE OP SALE. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned mort- gagee in a mortgage executed by Elza Call lo the United States on the 20 day of March, 1044 and duly filed In the office of the Recorder in and for Mississippi County, Ai> kansas; the said Elza Catt having waived all rights of appraisement, sale and redemption under the laws of the Slate of Arkansas; pursuant to the powers granted under the terms of the aforementioned mortgage, and by Hie laws of the State of Arkansas,' will on the 5lh day of February, 1945. at 2:00 P. M. of said date, at Missco Homestead, 4 mites .west of Marie, in the County of Mississippi, State of Arkansas, offer for sale lo the highest and best bidder "for cash, Ihe following described properly, to-wit: 1 Mare Mule, 1-Mare Mute, 1 Avery Cnlii- valor, 1 Moline Double Shovel, Brinley Middle Buster, 1 Avery Planter, 1 Case Turning Plow, 1 Peter Shadley Wagon, 2 Collars and 2 Sets plow gear. Witness my hand this the 3rd day of February, JS45, Uniled Stales of America, By Roberta W. Downs, PSA Supervisor. duly filed In the office of the recorder in and for Mississippi County, Arkinisas; Ihe said Arthur Quails having waived all righls of appraisement, sale and redemption under the laws of the Stale of Arkansas; pursuant to the powers granted undcs terms of the aforementioned, mortgage, and by the laws of the Slate if Arkansas, will on the 5th day of ^binary, 1345, at 2:00 P. M, of said late, at Missco Homestead, 4 mile? West of Marie, In Ihc County of Mississippi, State of Arkansas, offer for sale to the highest and best, bidder for cash, the following described >roperty, to-wll: 1 Horse Mule, l Mare Mule, 1 Wagon, 1 John Deere Cultivator, l John Deere Middle Buster, l Avery Middle Buster, i IHC Turning Plow, 1 IHC Turning' Plow, 1 Avery Planter, 1 Avery Double Shovel and 2 Collars & 2 Sets ?low Gear. Witness my hand'this .he 3rd day of February, 1945, United States of America, By Robert W Downs, FSA Supervisor. When touched with a feather, nitrogen iodide will explode. NOTICE OP SALE. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned mort- gagee in a itioi-tgagE executed •Arthur Quails lo Ihe United Slates on the 24 day of jitarcli, 1044 nnd RECAPPING and VULCANIZING All Recapping Strictly Guaranteed. Quick service. In Any Size Passenger Car Tire. Our Molds Will Handle Up to Size 700x16 Tires. Last Time Today Double Feature 'Twilight on the Trail" wilh Hnpalong Cassidy and "SABOTAGE SQUAD" with Bruce Bennett Serial "The Batman" Topeye Comedy Sunday and Monday "CRASH DIVE" (In Technicolor) with Tyrone Power & Anne Baxter Universal News Comedy ' ' —~ — ——^^^^^^^•^^••OT^V New Theater Manila's Finest What have you done today thai some mother's son thould die tor yon tomorrow? —BUY BONDS— Saturday "MARSHALL OF RENO' with Bobby Blake & Bill Kllioll Serial & Short Saturday OWL SHOW "WALKING DEAD" vfith Boris Karloft SelccUd Shorts Sunday and Monday "IRISH EYES ARE SMILING" • with Woollcy, June Haver and Dick Hn.ymts Fox News &' Short ALL SIZES of RECAPPED PASSENGER CAR TIRES FOR SALE- RATION FREE! SERVICE STATION 12 Years At Main & Lake Street Call 965 For Pickup & Delivery Service R1TZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WEEK-DAV NIORTS Box Office Opens 7:15—Stow BUrt* at 7:30. SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS font Office Opens 1 Show BUrU 1:15 LARK IN EMERGENCY! Tk'KNavjr :Dept, has ; call<?d ujion Arkansas peppli lo corutrucl tha most important Uritted State* .'V. NAVAL ORDNANCE PLANT AT CAMDEN, ARKANSAS Production of newly developed and very essential weapon of World War 2 ... "ROCKETS" TO SAVE OUR BOYS' LIVES! Enroll NOW! WINSTON, HAGLIN, MISSOURI VALLEY AND SOLLITT (Prime Contractors) GOOD PAY FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE JOB Tim* and hslf for overtime. Food and lodging »YaiI«bl« on the job for workers at $1.00 p«r day. Excellent working condition! . . . Help build thi« plant to vitally ncedid by our flfhttrtf forcei. Hiring on the Spot and Free Transportation Furnished at Every UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OFFICE IN ARKANSAS Saturday "SONG OF THE OPEN RANGE" with Jimmy Wakely COMEDY; Also 2nd Chapter of "THE WHITE EAGLE" Saturday OWL SHOW 'WHISTLING IN DIXIE" COMEDY Sunday and Monday "GOING TO TOWN" with and Abncr IIKO NEWS AND COMEDY M u* M atltl Mtirltr Hi Men vader tl must hart 'mloor'i rtte»>« form »ljrmd iy p»r*ntt which oan b* cbtuaed »t Employ nent Office. THEATRE LUXORA *P3iD£ OF.THE : CQMMUNITY' . ' Show Starts 7: Last Time Today 'Border Patrol 7 with Hopalong Cassidy Serial, Chapter 12 "Adventures of| the Flyins Cadets" Shorts Saturday ^ Midnight Show 'Leave It to the I Irish' with James Dunn & Wanda McKay Selected Shorts , Sunday & Monday l.ft wrr GRABLE mar YOUNG ADOLUE MENJOU fl» Kith F ftK»MU> OMUHOt j VKGNM «ET ROCKETS WILL SAVE LIVES! News Short

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