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S^«^Srf^^ FOURTEEN MASON. CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. FEBRUARY 25 ·§ 1937 Second District Live With Good Prep Basket Outfits Seven Class A Squads To * List of Favorites'for Sectional Meets.. (EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is tho second of a series on the Iowa high school sectional basketball tonrna nients.) By L. E. SKELLEY ' Associated Press Sports Writer DES MOINES, tff)--Iowa's sec ond high school basketball distric is fairly "alive" with good news 'Muscatlne, .Davenport, Clihlor Roosevelt and Franklin of.Ccda Rapids, Iowa City and Reinbecl are outstanding class A team which will go to the post in th' sectional tournaments next vyeek. Little Sharon apparently is th best of'the class B clubs and is a popular choice to smash through sectional, and district competition to reach the state tburnamen championship play at Des Moines March 18, 19 and 20. Bob Rinnan's Muscatlne team, a rangy, sharpshooting group, ha lost only two games this season Mason City turned the;trick earlj in the season and Fail-field stoppec the Muskies' Little Six conference victory string at 10 straight games Romp for Muskies. . The Wilton Junction tournamen looks like a romp, for Muscatine The Muskies play Tip ton in th 'first round and Wellman is the only other class A team entered The · sectional assignments give Muscatlne a distinct break, fo Coach Kinnan can rest his team for the.-hard battles sure to come in the district tournament. Bi ton. Bennett has a big, fafl team . while Conesville is small with lot of speed in a veteran group. Bennett and Conesville are the jst of the class B entries at Wil- Cfinton or Davenport will win the class A honors at Clinton Clinton lost a two-point decisior to the-Blue Devils at Davenpor last week, and the same type of a struggle is anticipated when they meet in the first round next_week Davenport Conies Up. Davenport, a consistent challenger for state honors, has come put of an early season, slump, rapidly approaching the form characteristic of teams Paul Moon. coached by A grand battle between Roosevelt and Franklin will feature the Glass A competition at- Cedar Rapids. The Roosevelt squad, paced by Carl Fjellman, won the Mississippi V a l l e y conference championship, but Franklin has been coming along at a terrific stride and might overtake Roosevelt in the sedtional. Alburnett expects to win class B honors again at Cedar Rapids. Keenest competition' will corne from Toddville, Center Point and Lisbon, . : Evenly Matched. ' Vinton's class A has three entries, all evenly matched. Vinton, LaPorte City and Dysart are the teams. Shellsburg is the best of the : class B schools. Monti cello's veteran team prob- nbly will win the .A division at Anamosa..Tom Eden, a big center, leads the Mbnticello club, champion of the Eastern Iowa conference. Martelle, traditionally strong, and Lost Natipn are the top class B entries. , ' . ' . ' . . Francis Merton's Iowa City, high learn rules the- favorite in the Iowa City class A meet. The Little Ha\yks' offense is built around Capt. Paul McCune and Keith Horn, two quick shooting forwards. University high, West Liberty and West Branch are other class A entries. . Sharon to Dominate. Sharon, which has gone to the state tournament finals for the last two years, undoubtedly will dominate the class B team^ at Iowa City. They recently won their fifth straight Johnson county title and have lost only one game this season. Reinbeek, winner of the north half of -the :Iowa-Cedar league race, expects to win its own class A sectional. Geneseo Consolidated rates the No. 1 position in the B division, A' hot class A race is anticipated at Montour. Belle Plaine, Toledo and Tama, all members of the lowaTCedar league, are doped for close fight with Belle Plaine getting the call. Oilman and LeGrand are class B favorites at Montour. BAER HAS HUFF OVER LICENSES (Continued Fiom Sport Pace) put his foo't into it by saying to Brown: "It's pretty tough when a boy from California comes back to New York to box for a title to have a man like Brown at' the ringside calling you a bum publicly." (He referred to Brown's criticism' of him before the Car- ncra title fight.) "I .should have called you a couple of bums," Brown retorted. "I'm not here to beg for a license,' Maxie flipped. "I Got a Manager." The meeting was in an uproar. Hot words flew back and forth. Phelan finally asked; "Do you want a license?" Max: "I didn't come here to be insulted. I got a manager." Phelan asked twice more whether Max wanted a license but each time Max.refused .to say; "yes." Finally Baer picked up his hat md coat and stalked out of the room saying: ' "I didn't come all the way from California to bs insulted. You'll hear from me .when I 'get back." Shaken Chickasaws Face Windup Scrap NE 1 iy HAMPTON--New" Hamp- dn high school basketball team inishes the regular season with resco there Friday night. It rinds up the conference schedule or both teams. Coach Arthur E. lewlett of New. Hampton is ex- ected to start four juniors and a ophomore against the Cresco earn. The starting team is con- dered the outstanding choice for he 1937-38 season. :·· With the Carney brothers still n the sidelines and only a slim ope that they might play in the e'ctional ; tournament' next week he Chickasaw mentor had to remove only the guards, Larson and Veigel, from the lineup. The line- p will be Nehl McKone and Red VTiller at forward, Orlo Natvig at BOB FELLER TO START ON TOUR (Continued on N'ext Page} school can't catch it," Bob's father says. .- , But:Bob declares he doesn't intend to be too smart. . ... "I've got a lot to learn about follow-through and the fine points of pitching. I don't intend to be too smart, at least until my con T . trol improves." ' Wants to Graduate. Mrs. Feller, who shares the same intense .interest in Bob as his father, said Bob \vUl leave Van Meter for Des Moines where he will entrain for Hot Springs. Theyoung pitcher expects to be in Memphis, Tenn.,' Saturday where he will join other Cleveland battenymen. The . party then will depart for New Orleans. At the training .camp, Bob plans to hire a tutor who'll help him keep up his school work. He wants to return here tor mid-May.exam- inations so he can get his high school diploma. Wpmack Funeral Is Conducted at Elma ELMA -- James Franklin Wo mack, 87, a Howard county pio ncer, died ncai- Elma. Mr. Wo mack , leaves his wife, one son Pearl Womnck, · of Riceville; daughter, Mrs.'Mitchell, of Leroy Minn., and a daughter, Mrs. Webb of Alta Vista; 26' grandchildren arid 14 great-grandchildren. Th funeral services were held at th Methodist church by the Hev. M Bell. Burial was made in Elma cemetery. ~ .. - . SHUCCO BOSTON, , (UP)--Former New England heavyweight champion Tony Shucco, 181%; o£ Boston, Wednesday night outboxed .Max Marek, 184%, of Chicago, former Notre Dame fullback, to gain a 10 round split decision before 3,000 fans. · - - Here and There enter; Wally Shn'urr ock at guards. and Bab- It requires long friendship be- ween two people before each nows the other's shortcomings.-- Dubuquc Telegraph-Herald. . n Wins Spelling Contest. CRYSTAL LAKE--The annual spelling contest was held Friday m the Crystal Lake school with the seventh and eighth.grades entering. Pauline McFarland was the winner. Pauline is a seventh grade student and the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Cliff McFarland. Recovering: From Injuries KLEMME--Miss Emily Paul and brother, Milton Paul, who were in an auto accident just south of Garner Saturday night are recovering. Both received minor cuts and bruises and their somewhat damaged. car was Delayed Two Days. BRISTOW--Mrs. Roy Merfeld TM son, Clair, and Miss Dorothy Waite drove to Hampton Saturday afternoon to get repairs for the Merfeld garage. On their return trip their car became stalled in a drift on No, 10 and the party did not get home until Monday noon. Fortunately they were near a farm home where they could 'stay. At Business College. TITONKA-Joe Spradling has returned to his home at Sparta Wis., having given'up his work here to attend business college lie operated the projection machine for the Tyke theater for five months. Raymond Bartlett is operating it now. Study Noted lowans. COHWITH--The Corwith Woman s club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Fay Scace. "Noted Sons and Daughters of Iowa" was presented in the form of a round table discussion led' by Mrs S 1, Thompson. A talk on the works of ST. LOUIS HOTEL Louise Crawford, music composer, was given by. Mrs. P. E. Walley and a piano solo, "How Sweet and Silent is the Place" was played by Mrs, R. L. Hauswirth. Jeanette Wood gave a piano solo "Witches Dance" .by McDowell. A number of poems by Iowa poets were read by Mrs. Claude Stull. Many Circles Gather" ' KANAWHA--The ladies aid so- ?»', J o£ the Meth odist church met Wednesday afternoon with circle No. 1 at the home ot Miss Nellie Duncan with a covered'dish lunch served; circle No. 2 at the home of Mrs. E. A. Briggs with Mrs. Hobert May assisting hostess; circle No. 3 at the home of Mrs. Charles Srower with Mrs. David Herdman, assisting'hostess, and circle Wo. 4 at the home of Mrs. Erith Cook with Mrs. E. p. Cook, Mrs. Fred Gorton and Mrs. John How- Jett as hostesses. This was a birthday tea. Taken to Iowa City. GARNER--Myron Bask-in, who has been for" the past' three MARK TWAIN A. TARPY. Manager One Of The HOTELS 4500 ROOMS IN 8 STATES iiTM,",^*" 0 '"''" -- ··*"«·"" HOTE1. BAYTOM. OKIO.. MIAMI HOTEL »"TM5"JOKIO CmrmmEH HOTC1. ToSnfoHIO r °* T H *TM H " m ' cmcuwATl. OHIO.. f OUII7AT1I SOUARC KOTC1. CAimwI. OHIO...,, RELDCH HOTEL . . . . . . . . AHDOJKXf. molUM AVECKSOM HOTO. TrRRC HAUTE, INDIANA, TERHE HAUTC HOUSE ASKL«KD. KCinVCKY VSUTVUA KOTO. OWEHSCORO, REHTUCXV. OWENCBORO KOTO. ««.-BJ:i.TiHHESsn:.Hnw WUTKERH HOTEL BT.UlUla.KO. MAIII TW«!)I KOTO, WXCO.TBCO JMLEIOH HOTEL weeks, was taken by a local physician to University hospital at Iowa City, Wednesday for examination. · Father Has 80th Birthday . HAYFIELD-Mrs. A. C. Taylor is at Gruver to help her father £t j t e his "Shtieth birthday Thursday. Served by 9lh Grade Girls. . DUMONT _ The ninth grade girls of the domestic science class served a Washington birthday din- n*»i- Tnn,-*T~,. - · y ., the and REQUESTS FOR IOWA BUILDINGS Goy. Kraschel Sends State Boards' Askings to Legislature. DES MOINES, (/P)--Following are the requests for buildings anc improvements at state institutions during the next biennium ending June 30, 1939. Gov. Nelson G Kraschel sent them to the assembly without recommendation. BOARD OF EDUCATION University of Iowa--River improvement, grading, etc., $100,000 heat, water and power systems improvements, 5210,000; pasteurizing plant extension, $50,000; plan storehouse addition, $40,000; firs unit, library building, $400,000 Total $800,000. Iowa State college--Library addition, $150,000; women's gymnasium, $320,000; other improvements 5150,000. Total $620,000. State.,Teachers c o 11 e g e--New greenhouse, $30,000; general improvements, $50,000; infirmary $100,000. Total $180,000. Total board of education institutions--$1,600,000. · BOARD OF CONTROL, Anamosa reformatory -- Completing hospital for insane, $100"10. Cherokee hospital for insane-Rebuilding power plant, $125,000 cottage repair, $30,000; sewage disposal plant, $GO,000; new well, $10,000: cottage for patients, $200,000. Total $425,000. Clarinda hospital for insane New kitchen, dining room and cold storage, $150,000; water tower and tank, $16,000. Total, $166,000. Davenport soldiers' o r p h a n s nome--New school building, $20,000; new equipment, $5,000; 120 acre farm at $175 an acre. $21 000. Total $67,000. Eldora boys training school- Storeroom repairs, $20,000; heating plant, $20;000; printing press $4,000. Total, $44,000.... Fort Madison prison -- New buildings, $25,000; new equipment, $10,000; complete yard wall $18,000. Total, $53,000. ..':U'' Glcnwood school for feebleminded--New cottages, $200,000; r e p a i r administration building roof, $8,000. Total, $208,000. Independence /hospital for insane--New cottage, $200,000; boiler set, $40,000. Total, $240,000. Mount Pleasant hospital for insane -- Hospital and equipment |26a,000; dairy .barn wing, $6,500; boiler house alteration,- $120000' rewiring old buildings, $15,000* Total, $406,500. · Oakdalc sanatorium -- Engine and generator, $16,000; electric changeover, $15,000; water tank and tower, $18,000; new boilers and stoker, $36,000. Total, $85,000 Toledo juvenile home--New cottage, $15,000; dairy ,barn addition $2,000. Total, $17,000. Woodward hospital for epileptics--Sewage disposal plant, $50000; laundry equipment and building, $10,000; engine and generator $18,000; new boiler, $25,000- new cottage, $200,000. .Total, $202,000. Total board of'control institutions--$2,114,500. STATE FAIR BOARD Poultry building, state f a i l grounds, $70,000. Total of all requests for capital improvements--$3,784,500. Arrives From Oklahoma. CRYSTAL LAKE -- Ed Hans- mcjer came by train Tuesday from Oklahoma City, Okla., where he has been employed for some time Mrs. Hansmeier and two sons have been on the farm while Mr. Hansmeier. was away. COMMITTEE HAS BUDGET REPORT $3,784,500 Asked by State Institutions to Build and Improve. DBS MOINES, (#)--R e q u e sts for a $3,784,500 appropriation to finance a two year building and improvement program at state institutions, were in the hands of the state appropriations committee Thursday. Submitted without recommendation in the biennial budget report prepared by Comptroller C. B. Murtagh, the requests would, if approved, require a total appropriation of $1?, 140,982 annually for the next two years. This would represent an increase of $2,592,101 over (he'amount appropriated by the last legislature for operating and building expenses of the state government. The building appropriations requested by institutions total $1,-. 892,250 -yearly whereas the last legislature appropriated^^,000 a year for that purpose. Bif Building- Program. Board o£ control institutions asked for 52,114,500 for building iuring the next two years, and aoard of education institutions $1,Th e largest item is $400 000 asked by the University of Iowa for construction of the first unit of a library building, The university requested a total of $800,000 for the two year period. The budget report showed that the governor and comptroller reduced requests of institutions and departments a total of $1,901,038 yearly when they submitted their Biennial operating expense bill Feb. 15. State departments asked $4,171,280 but the governor's recommendation was for $3,599,000. Board of control requests were cut from 54,199,551 to $4,078,203, and board of education institutions from 57,692.783 to SE,494,995 in the expense bill. Governor in Statement. In his report which preceded the requests for building appropriations, the governor stated: "In our recommendations for appropriations we have not in- :luded considered requests for Holdings and other betterments ecausp they, present a problem of oo great importance for one or wo persons to determine. "However, we realize these re- luests should not be ignored in heir, entirety and urge the legis- ature to investigate the necessity or new buildings and betterments, s there is a probability that the ederal government under the ublIn: works act may contribute 0 the erection of structures and mprovemenls." Senator Leo Elthon (R.) of Fer- ile, chairman of the senate ap- ropriations committee, said he xpects final committee action on he requests before April 1. Will Open Garage. O R C H A R D -- M r . and Mrs. Vnlter Cook and son, Glenn of Ornak, Minn., transacted business 1 town. Mr. Cook is going to open garage and blacksmith shop in he Sigfred Harlis building about he middle of March. Plan Achievement Day. ECORAH--Rural women of vmneshiek county are planning n Achievement day program at ^uther college. The -program will e held in the gym May 14 and vill include booths by nearly all he, townships of the county, and xhibits of clothing and other rejects completed during the ast year. Joe Kobliska Rites Held at New Haven ORCHARD -- Funeral services for Joe Kobliska, 49, who died in the Cedar Valley hospital at Charles City following a stroke, were conducted at the Catholic church at New Haven. He was a farmer living southeast of town, Surviving are the widow and six daughters, Mrs. Marshall Smalley and Mrs. Melbourn Smalley of Orchard, Arlene of Charles City, Amelia, Lorrain and Pauline at home. . 'MOVIE PARADE By D. B. K. PIONEER OSAGE FARMER DIES Simpson, 84, Resided on Same Place for Past 60 Years. OSAGE--Melbert Simpson, 84, died early Thursday at the home of his son, Ray Simpson. He suffered a stroke Tuesday and had been seriously ill since then. Born Jan. 3, 1853, at Postville, came to a farm, in Lincoln wvnship 60 years ago and spent his entire life since then on that place. He was married 53 years ago to Grace Peck. Children surviving are Lloyd o£ Des Moines, Ray and Bert and Vern of Osage. 'Sun and Shadow" Club Organized at Orchard O R C H A R D -- A t a business meeting of the ladies' aid society Wednesday, the members formed a club which is to be known as -he .Sun and Shadow club. Every day that the sun shines at 10 o'clock the Sun members have to give a penny to the aid society and if it doesn't'ahine the Shadow members have to donate a penny. At the end of the year the losers have to give the winners a parly. Two Sentenced for Soldier Relief Fraud NEWTON, (£)_Eli Cohn, department store owner, was fined $500 and costs when he pleaded guilty to a charge of cheating by false pretenses in connection with irregularities in!the Jasper county soldiers' relief commission. O. R. Yunker, former commission secretary, was sentenced to seven years at Fort Madison penitentiary for fraudulent dealings in the relief administration. Write Best Essays. TITONKA--The Women's club offered a'prize of $2 for the best essay on "Health" written by a high school student. The award was won by Miss Alice Budlong Patricia Ball's essay on "What Insurance Con Do for Me" was chosen as best on that subject and has been submitted in the state contest. FniDAY . SATURDAY BARGAIN DAYS 16c GEO. HOUSTON" - M A R I O N NIXON In " C A f T A I N CALAMITY" -- plus -- "CAREEH WOMAN" w i t h Claire Trevor - nilehae! WhaEeji MATINEE SATUKDAV, ··:;m Ends Thurs--"Theodora Goes W i l d " Friday Saturday Real Estate Transfers ner Tuesday evening " a t schoolhouse to the -faculty ana school board members and /their wives under the direction of their teacher, Miss Davisson. Games in charge of Miss Gladys King were r\1:ivrH -if r;-..^ i,,1.1_. ilaycd at five lables. O. E. S. School riaiinc'd LIME SPRINGS--A school instruction of be held in the e T T I - - - - - -·- iiv.4\* til t t l C B U '°P ja chapter 379, O. E. t., Friday afternoon beginning at 1 o clock, with Mrs. Laura Lentz of Mason City, district instructor, in charge. An evening session will be held at 8 p. m . following a dinner served at the Obrihan home by Mrs. Claudia Nagle for the officers. ' , . Goes to Iowa City. ^GAHNER--Mrs. Carl Roe, wife of Postmaster' Roe, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Cecil Stille went to Iowa City, where Mrs. Roe will go through the clinic. They went Wednesday. Shower Given for Baby. TITONKA--Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Thompson adopted a baby girl, two weeks old. They have named her [Catherine Kay. Wednesday a group of friends gave a shower for (lie baby. The Thompsons will move March 1 to a farm near Wesley. % Patton, Willis O. and wf. to Evelyn F. Balduf $1 L 18 B 24 College Add. to M. C. 5-21-35. ' Skipsey, Tom to Sam Kennedy Jr., $1200 Lots I, 2 and 3 in B 8 in East Lake Place, an add. to CI Lk. 12-23-36. Clpugh, R. F., Trustee and Ruth E. to Sam Kennedy, Jr., $1 same as above, 2-20-37. Scalf, W. S. ci al to Ella Kent. $1 L 18 B 16. Brice Ong. Add to M. C. 1-27-37. Baylcss, Orn (n Cccile A. Bayless $1 QCD L 4 B 21, College Add to Mason City, 2-18-37. Colloton, Charles to C. J. Colloton $1 W A of L 17 B II, College Add. to Mason City, 2-20-37 Colloton, Charles to W. H. Colloton, Jr., $1 Ei,4 of L 17 B U, College Add. to Mason City, 2-2037. OLD TIME DANCE H£" FRIDAY "ft."' EARL HUNT ORCH. COURT IIUSSEY COMING SATURDAY ART KASSELL COMING TUBS., MARCH 9 I-- C H A R L E S REIT OP EDDIE RICKENBACKER'S "ACE DRUMMOND" NEWS FLASHES _ RUBY HEELER DICK POWELL --in-"DAMES" ' --with-JOAN BLONDELL, Zasa Pitts, Hush Herbert KIDDIES Mat. Sat. ENDS TONITE "LADIES IN LOVE" and f'ROSE BOWL" TAT13 THE THRILL OP THE FRIDAY NIGHT $ jt' f ."* -«"«JUil» «J* LllL. \\EKK. i $ S C R E E N Q $ $ On the Screen; Xow Throujrh Saturday---2 Ace Hits! . The Old West Lives Again! HIGH-SPEED ROMANCE SPAHKT.JNG SONGS GAY ADVENTURE A Screenload of Laughs! L o v e , Laughs anil Melody I High-speed romance.. with 3 new song hits I Also: "CUSTEIl'S LAST STAND" Coming Sunday "CAIN AND MABEL" "BENGAL TIGER" WAHUEN WILLIAM WARREN WILLIAM HAS LEAD IN FILM, "OUTCAST" Warren William comes to the screen once more in a strong characterization in "Outcast," playing at the Cecil and Palace Friday. William p o r trays the role of a physician who is hounded from city to city by a woman who believes him guilty of a m u r d e r charge for which he has been acquitted and when she realizes his innocence is unable to halt Hie fury of a mob which she has incited. Karen IMorley, Lewis Stone and Jackie Moran have important roles in support of William in "iitcast." * # # George Houston and Marian Nixbn are feaiured In the color p i c t u r e "Captain Calamity," which i.plays at Clear Lake's Lake theater Friday and Saturday. Second feature on the program is "Career Woman," with Claire Trevor and M i c h a e l Whalcn in the leading roles. * * * Filmed entirely in color, "The Bold Caliallero" fails to equal or better the merits of the silent picture from 1 which it was taken-"The Mark of Zorro." Together with "Woman in Distress" the color cinema is playing through Thursday at the Palace. Kobert Livingston, Heather An- gct and Sis Iliimanri head the cast in this mildly diverting second edition of Uie silent success, "The Mark of Zorro." Its dialog lacks sincerity and the settings leave much to be desired. However, ex- ENDS THURSDAY "BOLD CABALLER.O" "WOMAN IN DISTRESS" FREE DINNERWARE TO THE LADIES! LAC STARTS SATURDAY citing sequences in the. closing reels make this a fairly entertaining film. . · "Woman in Distress" is a newspaper-mystery story which has lit- MOVIE MENU · CECIL -- "Csmille" e n d s Thursday. "Outcast"' Friday. PALACE--"The Bold Cabal- !ero" anfl "Woman in Distress" end Thursday: "Outcast" Friday. · STRAND -- "Dames" a n d "Code of the Range" end Thursday. "Outcast" Friday. STATE--"Walking on Air" and "Cavalry" through- Saturday. LAKE--(dear Lake) "Theodora Goes Wild" ends Thursday. "Capital Calamity" and "Career Woman" through Saturday. tie variation from its many predecessors. "Dames," .starrinff Dick Pmv- eil and" Ruby Keeler, and the · horse opera, "Code of the Range," featuring Charles Slar- rett. Art Mix and Mary Blake, play at the Strand Friday and Saturday. $17,862 In Soil Pay. EMMETSBURG -- Ninety-one soil conservation checks totaling $17,862.65 arrived Wednesday afternoon for Palo Alto county farmers, Lawrence Brennan, county soil conservation chairman,.- announced. About 1,104 more checks are expected within a few days, he said. FRIDAY IS THE SENSATIONAL DAY OF THE WEEK AT BOTH THE NEW CECIL PALACE GINGER JANE JOINS THE A I R NAVY Jane helpi out .... Navy A i r F o r e * in a wild Scram- b o r e e of S p i e i , . Song and Dance! JaneWithers m THE Jou ccKiimr- ·FOX PRODUCTION aijA Tcnwi ' Second Feature 1 Guilty or Nut Guilty! "WE'RE ON THE JURY" NORTH IOWA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL THEATRE DOORS OPEN AT 12:30 Matinee Prices - 26c UNTIL 5 P. M. ENDS THURSDAY Greta Garbo and Rent. Taylor in "CAMILLE" STARTS SATURDAY SOMETHING NEW! An intimate "Front Stage M u s i c a l Romance!" Hear these song hits: 'This Year's Kisses' IN IRVING BERLIN'S // 'I've Got Love to Keep Me WMTfl" A L I C E F A Y E RITZ BROTHERS Travelogue Filmed In Natural Color mmre^'CTiraMa^MCTra!^pyT^.-y^Ak^--^ r TTr^f*fff^^^ra^ STARTS TUESDAY ' "BELOVED ENEMY" with Merle Oberon and Brian Alierne Ja^^ il

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