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Our Mm Steps ToSpeedy>Emy Win 4 lengths In Front Oi Hit The Trail Long 6\rcrdu6, Our Mon finally paid a visit to the winner's flrcle at turf Paradise yesterday, sweeping to a 4-length victory In fhe featured event. Favored In half of her 8 starts here but n6t yesterday, the 4- year-old filly zipped past the leaders at the top of the stretch and just lengthened on her op- po.lllbn to win as jockey Mel Peterson pleased. The next three finishers'hit the wire together with Richard Beren's Hit The Trail gaining second place in the photo-finish camera's judgment. A.Dee.W. picked up third money just before Wichita Maid. bur Mon ran the 5'/ 2 furlongs third and fou^i'pla'cI7tandlngs- In a speedy l:03%-one-flfth of a secgnd from time in which, she was beaten 9 lengths In her last start. Owned by the Estate of .W. J. Lewis Jr. and trained by Ed BassWrd, Our Mon returned $13.40, $5,80 and $3.20. Hit The frail paid $7.80 and $4 with favored A.t)ee.W. rewarding $2.40 to show. Claude Cowan and Son's Wlch- ita Maid set a brisk pice to the stretch/but when Peterson said go, his mount took off and the outcome was never In doubt. Jockeys Jerry Lambert and Vic Bovine each rode doubles yesterday, but they still have a with 26 and 21 victories respectively., Bob Yeager moved Into a tie for Jockey leadership with Paul Frey by riding Ralph Phlllipi's Lady Bil-San to victory in the third race. The $2.80 win mutuel on Lady Bll-San was the lowest of the season here. Yeager's victory gives him 37 for the season, a number Frey carried into yesterday's 10-race program but couldn't improve upon. In another sharp effort yesterday, Lloyd Jones and John Cahill's Scrappene'd ($7.80) stepped a fancy 6 furlongs in brought Mr. Vale back from Suniand Park. Afso entered are Little Moon, Try It, Miss Seven, Net Man, Vic Mon, Spinney, Martial Rule, Wear And Tear, and Bang's Victory. First post Is ):30. TP Race Charts TURF PARADI5B MBStlNO JMh diy of 44-d«y mwllni, April IS tance this season. Today's 10-race program spotlights the meeting's top race for handicap stars. The $7,500-added Turf Paradise Handicap at 1 1/16 miles has attracted 10 of the best stabled here and even Turf Workouts TUR* PARADISE . ' April 1J, TrICfc: >«f Thr«.»l9hlhi mil* — Alremeter 3«/ibi Appropriate 38b;.jobby .Ball 3S/2h; Car mle't Diamond J7Bi Deer Calf 37bt Fast Round 37b; Martial RuTt'Jwj Qulturwurv 3l/4b) Quell 36/lb; San Patriclo 35bt T/onco 36/4b; Volador 3i/4bi Wire Bam T>; SamlW Ei Like Shorfy «/3bt Mr. 38/3b. one-half mile — Batter Arm 5Ubi Chant* Cover 49/4b; Gamblln Ed S0/2b; Glad Jack 48/lbt Like Shorty 52/3b; Mr. Vale Is/IB) My Honey M/lfa; Miss Jupl- ter 4«/_4b; Rgman History «/2b;.Spinney 47/4b; Sunny Jim May Have Derby Dandy NEW YORK (AP)-Sunny Jim itzsimmons may have come up rith a. good Kentucky Derby can. idate yesterday at Aqueduct irhen Hitting Away won the sec- ndary feature after Mai! Order captured the '$29,400 Excelsior Handicap. Hitting Away, ridden by Willie hoemaker, assumed the lead ftcr a quarter of a mile in the ne mile Walnut Ridge Purse and eld oh to beat King Ranch's Bal Sib; Tidy Say Tonopah Mike Flv«-elBhlh» mils—Aorll Flurry 1:0] /3h; Aet Over /:04/2b; Bang's Victory l:0i/4bj Blue TOab 1:02/Jb/ Brave Toreador l:04/ib; Great Valley 1;fi4b; Miracle Venture 1:04t» Navy. Look 1:05b; Red Clown 1:02/2b; Relation 1:03/3b; Velong 1:03'2bi Vegas Pines 1:02/2b. Three-quarters milt—Amble Tldi Ranehlta Kid 1:12.'4hi San Tan !..._. Mr. Vale went three-eighths In 34 and silently eased went the halt In 45/1 In a spectacular effort. Ranchlta Kid appears to be Improving. Pur»« «fM. 4.yi«r.ald« ind up. Claim lm $1,tM. SI VkV, St?~Fln 'Oddt ace) Barb.JeanStable 1 S \ ft FJeedfckemljns in 3 9 tyM&'i.WSgPllW ffPS^SISSC r vino. HOWL 8302 Today's TP Entries FIRST/ Pur»» JJOO, Mladen, 3-Y«ar- S lds, jl,SM Claiming, 4V> Furlongs. i ~ Index andov ) MS Prob. Oddi Our Mirror Mar (Sandover) 1U d) b 7«04 Bee Bee T«e (Fort. . 7204 Ocean Weed (Lambert) 113 701 Rocket Baby (Nedeau) 113 7805 Bronzene (Bovine) 113 7201 Dawn Mango (Wallace) 113 7191 Flore.ro .13 7454 Fernle Girl (Rollins) 113 7704 Mas Jr. (Gubblns) "" 7704 Miss Jupiter (Davl! RACE. J',<i furlonis. Pursi $»M. 4-ystr-olds arjd up. Claiming 7701 7504 tins) 118 ..er (Davis) r Alse Eligible 131 _ _ nil-Rise (Lambert) JBFIsher 'ers Image (Rasmussen) BWIIIIs .(L !-« V) Il9 ermyh Sjreel TMadrfd) CBons 'Ive T« 1*(* (Petr elV Mistake (Gu mbrote (Yeager >t«rson JWoods ubblns. LRJacobs r) RAllen Tft»« ilj t/t, 144 112 115 114 11? 51 4) 2t 144 I/I, tU J/J, ItOI. 2: l, 31 4't 6') 5.40 3.50 15.70 2.70 .1.30 U.40 3.80 s Image $5.40, 4; Slloh $5.40 ED BY'.). B. Fisher " ~ Trace O'Feud. ,?,,„,. IN 'GATE MUTUEL POOL J8rt""good."Wori"e"as'lly."$A"LV'RA > OE was always within striking distance and finding a wide opening In the, slretch came through to take command and win "-"•' ——- — 1 oi was badly outrun to the slretch but was going strongly r ed UP Marina the far turn then raced very wide all around T 8 . easily. TOPPERS IM at the end. SLIGH the strtjch turn, or woujd have bean close'r. DAILY 8303 THIRD RACE.^jj^ furlongs. Purse 1 $1,066. 3-year-olds. Claiming $1,500. Index Horse .. Jockey ..64 7904 7904. MiirfmifTt.. ._. 7405 Golden Toreh (Frey 7805 English LliM lD»s/l :heeky Cleo (Gubblns) 113 —. .onopah Mike (Chavez) 118 7805 Good Rice. (Nedeeu) 113 7804 T. Ann T. (Sheperd) l1» 10-1 6-1 15-1 12-1 15-1 8-t 2-1 6-1 3-1 10-1 8< 154- t- Illo (Frey) 118 SECONO, Purse $tOO, 4-Year-Olds A Up, $J,250. Clajmlns,.5V? Furlon«s. 12-1 6 '« 6-1 5-1 a-i tyl id"bysl (Perry) -*10B rk's Beam (Lambert) 115 Lady (Yeager) 113 8104 4404 "06 7809 Salerid" (Ford) ITS Ike's Dream (Vaienzueia) 118 7M1 7702 Mlz" Denny" (RbTll'nsj ~... 3805 San Palrlelo ^Madrid) 118 Magus (Rasmussen) 118 Portland AyrJSh.eppard) 118 THIRD, Purse $1X>JO, Allowance J-Yoar- |ne) 1 Hams) 120 120 Olds, 4Vi Furlongs. 7203 Starry Way (Bovi 8005 Greek Gem (Will (7803)Tlftle (Yeager). 120 7609 Rolsaruck (DavlsV 120. . 7903 Go Betty (Madrid) 117 8005 Volador (Ford) 120 8005 Say-Peanuts (Frey) 120 (7703) Alromeler (Rollins) 117 8005 Plogy Bux (Rasmussen) 117 FOURTH, Purse $1,000, 3-Year-Olds MUTUELI—Led 43.40, - H " Bit Time in, i44 j/5, :5I 3/J, 1i«l I •Ban $2.80, 2,40, 7.40; Marching -..-*.--*•--*•- .•ATE 2:19, off 3, Ch HaPSna-Boswell Queen. TftAIN-D BY F. Colcord. . once. MUTUEL POOL 49,014. OUINIELA POOL $7,864. 'on easily. LADY BIL-SAN opened UP on the field when ready . 1... .... . . ,. |e Stre1eh WM , very '^ most of the way and held In a creditable effort. ,'Start good. Won easily. LADY BIL-SAN opened UP •Iteryleavlngthe backslrelch and, saving ground In the winner. MARCHING WAC was closest To the leader m DODO PHIL. Latter was always, fairly well UP IN 8304 FOURTH RACE. On« milt, rune $1,000. 4-year-olds and UP. Claiming El Chirrs King (lies) VQnaStable Mleh«y R«rn«n .(Vprd); - v 115 UKC 115 nn,Lessee 118 ^'"•nV jj| JeonStable 111 Old Car (Frey HJMCl Slippery, .(Caldwell) RM 7705.- c»pUlniBu«t«r (Petsr'f 002 T»Wir, 705 R«P ft Mighty Roman *«.*o. 4,20) Old isen) lie (Madrid) 118 118 $1,750 Clalmlns, 3Vi Furlonss. 7502 Wire Bam (Wallace) 115 7704 Panlor (Rasmus: ' '" 7002 Johnny Brlpht.( ,,-Fast Round (Sandoysr) 115 8102 Miss Magundl (Leal) 110 2201 Eva Dear (perry) *10S 7804 Say Murt (lies) 113 8102 Holly's Gent (Bovine) 115 7804 Queen Tarkle (Lambert) 107 5107 Perilous Miss (Yeager) 110 10-' 108- 126- 108- • 'V Purse $1,pM>, 4-Year-Olds A Up if 1 .... las (oayii. ?BO?.Ap/op/la,te J.F.rey) 120. , ayls) 120 FIFTH. . $1,150 Claiming, 1 Mile. 7910 Las Bananas (Davl 7807 Aproprlate (Frey) (6010) Capt. Spanker (Ford) 120 8310 Like Shorty (Caldwell) 117 7507 Langley Queen (Yeager) 15 8005 Compenf lady (Rollins) 112 800^ Empire Stadium (Bovine) 117 SIXTH, Purse $1,»M, 3-Year-Olds, $1,7$ CUjrnjnt, « 7701 Esma (Chavei) ,10*. 780BChleka Victory (Valenn — No Never Sheppard) 1 Start-good: Won ea»lly,;BL.tfMA*llO:RlN*>wa» l»r tight;quarter* ,6n;thy back« ilreteh and was In hand 1h«n came fast to f nd arj opening after, •nterlng: the stretch and win gong .way. MIOMTY ROMA»4 mov»a jstrongly when •called upon on the stretch turn and was easily best of tht others. OLD CARL-was/outrun to the stretch then came strongly. • • • ' _'''•.',''• -'-• 8305 FIFTH RACE. 4V» furlongs. Purse »1,00». 4-yeif-oltfi end UP. Claiming" . $1,250. '•_ •-...-. Owner Index Horse Jockey ~~wt PP St V« V» Str Fin Odds 01 Three Coins Ford) (Colby, 06 Sure Nice (Frey) HF ' .04 McGlllleuddy fGubbli... .. . 706 Woody Wolf (Rasmussen) JBFlshcr II 4'i S^N^fFrey^FBonnell. WnoHv VI Whiskey V"." (ho^whiprfYeaJier)"IHunl Sunday Dinner (Nedeau) FBeenham 780); Kltuult (Shepp»rd) MacDonaldStable 115 5 7 5' _. , . ' Oso (Bovine) GAHodocs 115 6 8 6' 8 8 Lame 13.60 i. • Time 123 1/5, :4» J/5, Till 3/5, lill 2/5. ; jj — ;MUTUBLS-Three Coins $14.40, 4,80, 4.60) Sure Nice $3;40. 2.80; McGlllleuddy U '^M'-$W% Marke.-Ho. A»h. TRAINED BY L. K.J.Cobs. IN OAT- 3:07, v 'off at once. SCRATCHED—Baron Toubo, War Tufty. MUTUEL POOL $8,914. QUINIBLA POOL $8,640. 117 117 117 117 114 150 115 115 3> }t 4'rf 31 II id 71*1 2'i *'"? 8* II 21 4,20 1.40 10.60 10.10 8.70 3.90 11.60 Start good. Won driving. THREE COINS was wived close up In the flrsthalf mllellhen found a wide opening In Ihe slrelch to come through and c»'e''..>""5 •"« neerlng the end. SURB N CE opened UP a good.early lead and withstood M from WHISKEY V. nearlng the stretch turn and failed to have enough left. iQILLICUDDY went evenly and finished steadily. _________ NIC « b Mc 83106 "indiJT "T T SIXTH RACE. 4W'furler)g's'. Purse $1,000. 4-year-oia end UP. Clelmlngj Hone Jockey Owner in Corn'iriBovlne) HWood Free Glory (Lambert) RGPIerce Mls» Banlo IPetorson) LHCrumley Wt PP SI '/« Vi lory (Lambert) RGPJerce . ... lo (Petoi.. : '_!... Side Deck.(Frey) CJohnson 130 11? 112 117 Mahium (lies) DrlltwoodRanch 117 Byt Bye Man (Chavez) P Simon 117 Su'» Girl (Gubblns) E Stevens 113 Punkln Younfl (Sand'r) ASpence.Lessee 117 Mlte't Mistake (Cflldwell) WKGranaer 113 ' MUTOELS-Rangoon Comet », 2.80, 2.80; 'FreeGlory $3.20. 2.80; Miss Banio 7 1 S 2 9 6 1/5. 8i .!' IlKl 2'rf 7U 9 4 ! d Str_£ln__ S 1 ) i"> Odds i.o'o 2,80 3i 16.50 4' 7.70 5' lO.'O *v 32.30 7d 18.20 B 1 22.30 9 25.80 7304 Ninth Grade (Leel ' mzuela) 115 10-2 • »; ,- . „. , .-, (7701) Dolly Mad sen '(Peterson) 110- 5- A907 Mr. Sport Sendover) 7904 Book's Girl (Lambert) Sandover) 117. SEVENTH, Purse *1»160, J-Year-Olds 3,550-$3,ooo ciiimmg, i Mite. """16) Final Notice (Frey) 110 Signal Mac (Perry) M05 _ I) Budge Pockets (Yeaeer) 115 7904J Blllle Tickle (Sherman) 112 907 Gretta Girl (Lambert) 110 7907) Belter Arm (Chavei) H4 (04 Hl-Teen Tim (Leal) 112 403 Speedbang (Ford) 14 • EIGHTH, Purse 11,100, 4-Year-Olds . P, 14500-4000 Claiming, ( Furlongs. 007 Rebel Yell (Williams) 150 !• 007 Mable Ellen .(Rollins) 115 s- 008 Dark Move (Frey) 117 4807) Deer Call (Chavei) 117 5'07 Sarror (Yeager) 150 ' 4.08 Bobby Ball (Sheppard) 113 407 Buizsaw (Peterson) 113 TURF PARADISE HANDICAP NINTH, »7,MO Added, Handicap Stake Year-Olds ft Up, (Sixth Runlng) 1,'.. 009 Spinney (Frey) 115 » 009 Vic Mon (Peterson) 114 4- jt .(William^ 152. _.. 3009 " Miss Seven (a) (Chavei) 112 1 s Victory (b) (Walla 309) Mr. Vale (Sherman) 130 Bang's Victory (b) (Wallace) 111 8 ) Mr. Vale (Sherman) 130 08) Martial Rule (Yeager) 111 1 009 Wear And Tear (b) (Bovine) 113 BOO?.Net.Men.(Ford) .ll/a 5- logv Nei wan iroroi noi .. 8009) Little Moon (a) (Rollins) 120 a—Fred Herslo and. F. C. Brophy r l_—Bogle Farms'and Bill Luke Entry. TENTH, Purs* $1/K», <-Year-Olds UP, $t,U« Clalmln*, 1 Mile. 1105 Ainsworth (Yeaaer) 113 8305 War Tuffy (Leal) 118 Pan Tea (Sheppard) 11» 8003 Buster Hill (Cfiavdzl 115 8002 Ami '.of Blue , „,. ^..,blln' Man (Nedeau) 118 8304 El Charro King (lies) 115 3003 Small 'N Big (Rasmussen) 1 801 Quest (Frey) 115 • '—Five pounds apprentice allowance t 1C t 5-2 1-1 15-1 PhoisnlJr, Sunday, April IB, 1961 The Arizona Republic c*7 rfusette by a neck: Bal Musette Eddie Arcaro. was ridden by Greentree Stable's Tutankhamen inished third, 10 lengths behinc be other pair. Hitting Away's time was a daz- ling 1:35%. Hitting Away paid $8.40, $3 and i2.70 while tlie favored Ba Vlusette returned $3.40 and $2.30 Alamode Farm's Mail Order led II the way in the I'/g mile Ex celsior and finished four length ahead of King Ranch's Disperse The Cain Hoy Stable's All Ha.nd was third. Mail Order, carrying 120 rounds, was ridden by Larry Adams and was an entry with Isaac J. Collins' 'Derrick. The entry paid $20.90, $8.60 and $6.50. Disperse packed 114 pounds and returned $9.40 and $6.70. All Hands, with 118 pounds, paid $6.50 to show. Horse Racing Results ftlLUTO PARK ClMr in. P»it PIRST, «'i furlengj — Star Glnfler Moore) $12.10. A.20, t.ffis D«vll Flyer M. Fiaueroa) $7.50, iMt Sub Time valeniuela) $19 ,T-I:21'4.- SBCOND, 7 furlonas-iHada King Ulan) tit, 7.«, 5.80; Royal Copper (Velen- uela) Uio, 3.20; Justapsee (Denny) T-t:M%. 0-(4-10) DAILY DOUBLE (Mt) S1I7.M. THIRD, 350 yards-Hot Lies (Jlron) 1)8.60, 4B.«0, 12.80; Earle's Mnttgtee (R. Flaueroa) J4.IO, 4; Dainty Bar (Strlmple) 14.80. T-:1«.l. Q-(*-10) $703.80, FOURTH, 5',7 furlongs - Little Speck M. Flgueroal $41, 15.40, 4.80; Pollys Sea Dallev) $5.80, 4:80; d«»t Again (Moore) ?uler's Flash FIFTH, 1 4.80, 4.70, .60; Won ••oU^r s "* teh * d - . mlleaw,^ B ^ ( (Moo^ War, t Hernandez r $57.4- $3.80. .oui wan w wor, incr T-1:49>/<!. Q-(7-6) $57.40. SIXTH, 1 mfle-Grannl«'s Boy fSlrlm- rannl«'s pie) $29.80, 10, 4> college Feud (Valen. :ueia) $7.20, 3.80; Spiteful (Dalley) $4. T-IMtVj. «f-(7-8) *I12,40. SEVENTH, « furfSnas - She'll Do I (Denny) $18.40, 5.20, i!3.40, 9.40; RUSfy " 3, 4,60; Re Halo (Strlr jhoco (Jlron; mple) $11.20 GOLDEN GATE clear and Fast FIRST, « furlongs — Hannibal's Boy (N*ka9aw«) $7,80, 5,...?•%. AmerW <E«$3.40. T- ward. tr.tfi, j, r«oMT lutair. tj.w. i— Scratched—Donahue, Radio's Re- SECOND, t furlongs— Basallte (P«ch«- co til.M, 6.40, ,4.«; Fresh Doc (Diaz) [24.20, u.40( Free Man (Yanei) $10.20. T—"iJll-Mi. j. DAILY DOUSLB*.««,«. * .I™" 0 '™ 1 . r ?i' 9 TP fue S ue fGllliaan) \3M, tM, &Mi OtY't 6nd (Hopper!) R-. <\»' Next 6ru . Maese) $6,2(5. T- ScrMched-oFake'si Bay, E«w. SUNLAND PARK Clear A FaU eomelii i '$10,4.60; 4j Pd\»r , 10; Teds J«ep thorn $15, T •— T P SECOND, jt3.40, 5.40, furlonas—Big Jr, («I4- irii (Clw- ler) $7.60. (Mlncheyj 3; Jen Through (Powell) $4. T—1:12, DAILY DOUBLE: $87.60. THIR.D,_ 440 yardvi-Plnch Bar (Mln- 3, 2.80; Sierra Hotshot (Whit— 2.80; Reed Sixty (Me*ux) —'13.7. vjirdj-Safefy pint (whlt- Hopeful Ladv (BJ- H.josca (Minchey). «". «;««, 4.20, FOURTH, 1 mile—Reelln Brandy Valenzuela) $11.40,. 5.60, 4; Side (Campas $e.80, s.'40j : Anc em ' (Maese) $4.40, T—I:M!*. FIFTH, I mile-Jack Outlaw (Hoppert)l 10.W, 't'tojJW**W*$M ( <T«n"fuc*hl cned— ~ ^.H^/SL-w $55-20: ^n'M«//%* S »^rnS! Mariner «37'8.« T-««. . sooner Sonnet (Bruce) j«.20. T—1:37W. Feather Bedder. Scrafe -Gaila Alia, SIXTH, 1 .14, 5.40, 3.L.. . " Big Crest A furlongs—Mountaineer (Mun- 50 '-.,*',, 3 !?'' Prl 9£« Le » 'Burns) 3.80; Well Known (Dial) $3.40. T— t mlle-Ar'yak (Ol«) $10.40, SS, 3.60; -tij.iv, 7>&Ji n-uaiy rioro utf rrnf ic/ j( i.tv, T-l:15. 0-15-7) $88. Scratched — Roi Count, Hard Sauce. EIGHTH, 5'» furlongs— Muchacn (M Flgueroa) SA.80, 3.&0, 3.40; Full Charge (Arnl/a) $4.80, 4; Sea Cookie (Vaien- zueia) $5.60. T-1:08'A. Q-(7-8) $24.40. NINTH, 1 mile-Seine (M. Flgueroa) $4.20, 3.40, 4.4)! Bella Tallna (Moore) $4, 3.40; Little Buz/ (Brammeier) $4. T— ill'A. SEVENTH, i mne—wrvaK luia 5, 3,60;, Brides Account (Maese) limbo (York) $3,80.-T-1.-364*. EIGHTH, iv ( miles-Mr. Consistency (Mundorf) $10.60, 2.80, 3; Flutterhy (Long- denL.J2.20, 2.40; Gay Landing (Gllllgan) $3. T—1:49. NINTH, 1V4 mlles-Ourloc (Maese) $28. 11.80, 5.80; Night Hswk (Glaeomelll) $8.40. S; Saratoga Book (Tanlguchl) $4.20. T—3:04*,s. 1t44i,4. , miles— Alacadru ; Mr. J. B. (Lumm) $lo.w. (Coppernoll) $120. T— SEVENTH (whited) $E.. Adklns) $10; (Rushlow) $6,80. T— 1:11. 6 furlong* — Liltln Timid - 4.80, 3.40; No Policy .9.20; Traveling Man NINtH, 5',» furlonas-DlxIc- 0 (Sherman) .$7..40, 5,..3.20j. By-Bill B (Copper- noil) $2.8" $5.807 ..... T-l:04'/s. -'j> M r'Eim u> \ V.UVM*;' F irm Depth (Meauv) TENTH, I, 1 , mlles-lsayolboy (Whilcd) $9.40, 4.20, 2.60; Plleo (Sherman) $10.*o, 5.80; New Miracle (Rushlow) $2.«. T— 1:45. 0-(2-5) $«1.80. A—3,214. H—$207,860. - -__ •••••••••••••••••••••A • To Our Friends ?i5 DUD JOHNSON i SIGN COMPANY! • • J now in our NEW quarters J • 804 H, 24th SK | Phone 232-5651 | Please make note of phone number I BONDED BRAKES f|J .__«__ Jtli'^£fJ: ( ^*L£?ii!!!]r3. —-.__«1. I SL£2£? MAJOR BRAKE OVERHAUL Install Bonded Lining («uar. 55,000 miles) Turn & True All Brake Drums Overhaul all Wheel Cylinders Arch Grind Lining to Fit Drums Pack Fronf Wheel Bearings Bleed & Flush Entire Hydraulic System Furnish Brake Lining Free Brake Adlustments (Life of Lining) S 29 most cars 95 BEAR WHEEL&UGNMENT& WHfEl BALANCING Shur-Way Brake Co. 3838 N. 16th AM 5.4801 FREE PICKUP A DELIVERY SERVICE Credit Cards Honored — Courtesy Car WINNER-B e 8. Mlnnelusa or Kin- Nolan. IN GATE 3!31Vj, oil at once, j 115,574. 'Start good. Won and,.then came to lh_ — steadily In the middle of t>.« u«*.n ,» i*.*i ,** ...w ,i»..i •••-•• ...- ~~.v,v* T »~*~k,^«— t'~tr was^also outpaced first part but finished fast between horsjss.. MISS BANJO., look Dorsett-Wlse Mary. TRAINED BY P. CRATCMED-Overtone. MUTUEL P00|- ridden out. RANGOON COMET was outrun -to the last quarter e outside ol a number of horses on the stretch turn hulclo«d the middle of the truck to get to the front near the end. F RE I i PLORY ••-,'• . • . Goldf lower Wins Stakes LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Mis Mary p. Fisher's Goldflowcr pu on a brilliant stretch finish yestci day in winning the .$25,600 Ash land Stakes at Keeneland. The 3-year-old filly, with jockey Steve Brooks in the irons, overtook F. W., Hooper's My Portrait at the head'of the stretch and won going away by 2'^ lengths. . My Portrait, the leader from the start to the final turn, finished second. Darby Dan Farms' Ordie was third. Calumet Farms' Kentucky Derby -nominee Plum Cake started the 6 - furlong race as the eveit money favorite, but finished well out of contention. ' ; Laz Chanees By DUSHA1W LAZOVICH 1—T. Ann T., Bee Bee Tee, Florenro. '..'' • 2—Mlz Denny, San Patriclo, Cuplllo. 3—Tiffle, Say Peanuts, Greek Gem. •'•'.. r 4—Perilous Miss, Miss Ma- gundi, Say Murt. S—Las Bananas, Like Shorty, Appropriate. 6—Dolly Madison, Ninth Grade, Mr. Sport. 7-Better Arm, Blllie Tickle, Spccdbang. 8-Decr Call, Rebel Yell, Sar- roz. 9-Mr. Vale, Little Moon, Try It. 10—Ainsworth, Pan Tea, War Turffy. BEST BET: Ainsworth In 10th PEN SUNDAY-TODAY! 10 TO 4-» •wl HURRY TO SEAT COVER KING'S . a short lead on the outnlrte alter entering the stretch and held pn fairly well. 8307 SEVENTH RACE. 5Vi turlonts. Purse $1,000. 4-year-olds ind up. Claiming Owner _ ,/RKrlie" 'lm« (Rasm'n) MOaVls.Lessee frWrlLacyJ.ALa.cy iCahlllJr 101 NEH—B g 4, OATB 3:J5, oil at.once. ~wT : v,f 1U Vi 117 ft. 2t I' 5M 71 3' jfr ~3i" 21 V-d jFIn Odds 1:1, 7,70 2.50 6.40 6.00 6.50 19.16 2.50 21.20 2m J 3-d <3»'ll«nt time $4.40, 3.20; Phoenix urchase PRICES SLASHED ON SEAT COVERS ORIGINALLY *15°° to S 25°° • i LUCKY PURCHASE SALE OF OVER 300 COVERS IN THIS GROUP Goldflower stepped tlie distance 1 ! in 1:104-5 over a fast track, and' earned $16,640. The winner paid $12, $4.60 and $3.80 while My Portrait returned $5.60 and $4.80 and Ordie $7. Let AL TAYLOR show you a really clean i OK USED CAR .._ _ .__, At VMI.V/ in v I **•*•» rw Slnrl good. Won ridden out. |UR * Jt IS 4.20; Hayrachl. TRAINED BY NO^HOST, made J. F. Davis. IN , umi i WVMU> vv vii i IULJCII unit wr*W|F^w »iwt*» iimww'O 81 (0119 l7)yyB ttlicr '"7''* Ing the backslretch and coming lo the .outside of the early loaders In Ihe ilreteh passed them to win drawing out under mild urging. OALLANT T MB always fair y wall'UP lost ground In the stretch but (InlsTied steadily In Ihe middle ol the track. PHQENIX PRIDE was closest to SPOT ROCKET early and ouUlnTshed the laller. 8308 RACE, i lurlorm. Purt* 11,100. 4-year-olds and up. Claiming Index _Horse Jockey "7604 Serap.pfned Owner 7908 74*4 . (Lambert) Jones&CahlllJr Sweet View (Yeager) PVIrden H.,_ .. opc p«t Bl«alo (Ilea) Furious Glrrl Wanamlss (Chavei) WC.G My Hero (Frey) 1lu« Woll (GubblriL. per (Bovine) PNolan Ins) ECotlon IP" ' ich ' irfdl WMDuncan oogman Wt "117 114 114 113 117 117 112 112 5-Scrapp.onod Tjm«i"v,r?u5., i«, ti.Ot. . S L 5 3 6 8 Vi Sir Fin Odds 2' •4.- D 2' 4.'I 3.' *' 7' 8 2.90 12,80 7,20 3.50 16.90 15.70 2.50 8.20 .:?! a sriow of" his field ran'mych'ii"his"rl'der .nlilrlrm IN stretch lo (Tnlsh steadily. ' airmen ^nd was gaining on IW^jgt VIEW. • IfkO OJVT NINTH t Jockey "(Petersbnj *«^ ., . irHaPpe^d-JcreenTo.TRAIN-D 'W$ &™tnm»n.*\8 0 «Rit :7 y«Von$".v^^^ " -•----• some ground In the "indlii Hgn» " bur" Min Hit Th» Tr«l . W. Pwner ;»IOIWJL«WlsJr ... jDBeren A0vyo?u«r Oplvinli lldoll Mvm ( i-S-r Broken Jaw Heals Well . ST. LOUIS (AP)-Pitcher Larry Jackson, recuperating from a broken jaw suffered when lie was struck by part of a broken bat in an exhibition game March 27, may return to action with the St, Louis Cardinals late this month. Dr, J, C. Middleman,. Cardinal physician, said yesterday X-rays show the jaw is healing well and that Jackson might be able to pitch when the Cardinals return from a trip April 25. The physician said he will remove wires holding Jackson's laws together within the next few days. PLASTIC COATED FIBERS SARAN PLASTICS HURRY...DNLY ORIGINALLY *24" to *39" LUCKY PURCHASE SALE OF OVER * 500 SETS IN THIS GROUP INCLUDING I960 1961 CARS and STATION WAGOHS Front and Rear Seats Complete! • nt\ CQtwanSr^Jr' 112 13 i Mpoweir i" 3 ». ir) SMQethune 111 2 i t 111. itS 1/S, tI7 I/S, 1<OI VS ; S-Pur Mon $.40, 4.80, 3.JO) Hit -B I 4, Easy Mon-Pomolo. TRAI . 5.90 2.30 51,40 Trail J7.80. 4| A.Dee.VV. $2.40. - , . BY E. L. Bassfdrd. IN GATE off »l once. SCRATCH ED-Rev»da, Surwel. MUTUEL POOL WW- Start good. Won easily. OUR MON moved up nearlna Ihe stretch turn and o«IJy Pisslns WICHITA MAID won with speed In reserve HIT THE TRAjU »»v«d ouiirt on the slrelch turn lo make a flood run In the l«$t (urfpna A.OEE.W. i>»loW to 9«t In slrld* then moved UP (tearing Iht jirelch lu/n to come to the Al Taylor Used Car Center 240 E. Van Buron W»i>»loW to 9«t In slrld* then moved UP (te ut)d« I lhoT»«djrijj.na finished JaTrJy_well. 8310 TENTH RACE. Hi mll»». Purjt J1,CW. 4-ye»r-oldi »nd_up. Cltlmlnf J),400. T .(V"" 1 * . . . . V**— •» l _ - t ^ ___ —-•.-— ^^^ ^_ "** tll> ft ft C_ \f. ' \JL. ir. Clw C IH 2.40 12.80 10.30 4.40 Vlhafs L«dy M.»O. Plelru. TRAINED BY M. Edwards. IN ~L*» ,.S>»r)y" s MUTWIt POOl $?,«0. PAYS WORK vv»S r»led cloft lo the »«C3 fljl D tr wlven 1rv« Ulttr bfp»o to lire >«d WWV* l«l< lh * lr «novB s*v»f«l "* ^l»» ** ew»tliwt1 SHOW LOW COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES l Mil«j W«»» of Show low on St«le Hiqhwty 160 Hort'i the perteci IPO! for your summer hom»T-«( iQi y««i' *rpund llvlns Lirgt pint w»od«d lott. from «2,«oo up. (Country Club membmhlp included). tllu*ted mi beaulilully iind»c*ped subdivision, wuh < t hol« («ll covria, rluhl m Iht htirl ol (I. Count will 69 >e«dy IQI pl»y uv midsummer, fcui Injptctlon «no st led lop It Invited NOW/ 19 thit you miy n*vt the vtry lot YOU prtltr, Wt Clltr | dljcounl lor c«h, tgpl . Development |nd S«l«« by FOIL REALTY ^ I9X |47> Shew low Telephone Kf 7-4J» Only « Mile to Lake Trout Pithing ORIGINALLY $34,95 to $49.85 FAMOUS MacGREGOR LUM-PUFF • JET SPUN • CLEAR PLASTICS • SARAN PLASTICS AMERICA'S FINEST SEAT COVERS At The Lowest Prices in the Wide, Wide World ORIGINALLY SOLD Up To $75,00 "The Star bf the Show!" High Fashion Tuck and Roll Puffed » for Beauty Puffed for tJomfort QUALITY . DURABILITY - HURRY - SAVE $201 r^ ^^ I SET Front and Rear Seats Complete! ;,• Beautiful Channel Tufted and Foamy Padded [» All Leatherette I [• 2 Tone Colors SET Front and Rear Seat; Complete! I.PC. Full Contour RUG IFine Quality Cover. Covers Hump and Entire Front (Floor. Non Skid. SAVE MORE THAN V 3 | MOST STORES CHARGE UP TO $75.00 SO HURRY AND SAVE! LOOK AT THESE VALUES! GLASS PACK MUFFLERS CAR HARMONIZING COLORS: ue " rt'.'TiBn • Sreon • Black QfiN SUN. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. PRICES START AT $ 6 Installed FREE SHOCK ABSORBERS INSTALLED FREE EACH RIDE MORE SMOOTHLY PRIVE MORE SAFELY $9.95 Value DOUBLE ACTION Original Equipment Quality . ThU Prleo for AU CARS ^. •9ijri a VXF w lui^ii iml

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