The Herald-News from Passaic, New Jersey on August 4, 1947 · 15
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MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 1047 THE HERALD-NEWS, PASSAIC. N. .T. 15 N . 1 Nutley Tennis Club Cops League Title The Nutley Tennis Club csp-i tured the North Jersey Tennis Association championship Saturday when it defeated Bloomfield by a 4-1 score at Bloomfield. Nutley ended the slate with 26 wins and four defeats. In the doubles, Tom Waterman and John Sullivan, the latter of Passaic, defeated Bloomfields doubles team of Larry Stebbins and George Lauffer, 6-3, 6-2, while Cleve Spear, of Passaic, and Rus Johnson scored a 6-1, '6-1 win for Nutley over Duncan Chalmers and Bill Connolly, The Carlstadt Tennis Club finished in last place with three wins and 27 defeats, dropping its final match to Elmore, 4-1. Nutley T. C Morristown T C Test Orange T. C. Chatham F. O C. Bloomfield R. C. Timor T. C. Carlstadt T. C. ?uMejr 4, Bloomfield 1 Walter Rademacker, Nutley. defeat-ad Homer Thuemmel. 8-2. 8-4; Maurice Karoaen, Bloomfield, defeated Arnold Jackaon, 8-2. 1-8, 9-7; George Hooper Nutley, defeated C. A, Em-anons, 8-S, 6-3. Tom Waterman and John Bulllvan. Nutley. defeated Larry Stebbins and Oeors Lauffer. 6-3, 6-2; Clare Spesr and Rue Johnson. Nutley, defeated Duncan Chalmers and William Connolly, 8-1. 6-1. f.imora 4. Carlstadt t Clarence Corson. Jr Elmore, defeated Sloan SChweld, 6-J. 8-6; Frank Suter, Carlstadt. defeated Warren Scmt. 6-1, 6-0; Bill Mardasa. Flmora, defeated Steve Keller, 6-2, 13-11. Ray Brandau and BUI Hungeford. Flmora. defeated Ed Brim and. Jim Rice. 6-1, 4-6. 6-2; Clarence Corson, Sr . and Walter Corson. Flmora. defeated U. Neuman and Worthington. 6-1, 6-0. Nutley Team Seeks Bookings The Nutley Ramblers seek baseball bookings for August, either at home or away, for evenings and Sundays. Write to Joe Pengitore, 60 Bloomfield Avenue, Unit 3C, Nutley. All Purpost SAFETY PLASTER Jhl'ijli .I'ltriNJi Z7Z7j7jOZ7Z7xOZ3Z7n STANDARD OIL BURNERS Cj Xj Available for Immediate Installation FxN STANDARD OIL BURNERS Available for Immediate Installation 5 YEAR GUARANTEE lN, VS Radiator and Oil Burning BeUcrs Now Available, r.HX Terms yt sj PETERS OIL IIEAT CO. JO , Edward Sabatinl, Prop, 32 ARLINGTON AVENUE CLIFTON lYss sor.f -r V .tt-Vl1' JO 1 Veazey Triumphs In Rutherford Net Play Rutherfords tennis tournament, sponsored by the Recreation committee. completed its third week of play yesterday. The results were: Mens singles A. Harvey beat C. Schlightning, 6-3, 6-4; Veazfey defeated H. Swinarton, 6-4, 9-7; H. Wells beat B. Margetts 6-2, 6-1; B. Tighe defeated R. Eynon 6-4, 6-2; M. HaU beat L. Smith 3-6, 9-7, 6-4. Women's singles Vieweger beat Stewart 6-1, 6-0; Sullivan defeated Kirchmann 4-6, 9-7, 6-1 ; Elliot beat Parker 6-1, 6-4. Junior singles Tom Sullivan defeated Bob Annick 6-1, 6-0. Mens doubles Smith and Ball beat Kirchmann and Pruski, 6-1, 6-3. Segura Beats Greenburg In Southampton Final SOUTHAMPTON (INSV Pancho Segura, of Ecuador, holds permanent possession of the Southampton challenge cup today by virtue of his victory over Seymour Greenberg, of Los Angeles, In yesterdays final match in the mens singles. Segura, always the aggressor, won 6-4, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1. Gardner Mulloy of Coral Gables, Fla., and Billy Talbert of Wilmington, Del., who had been upset jn the singles, combined to win tlve doubles crown by defeating Bernard Bartzen of San Angelo, Tex., and Garner Larned of Chicago, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2, 6-3. The winners also gained permanent possession of the doubles challenge bowl. Gorfiqjd Softboll League Standings and Schedule w. Cardinals 10 Blue Btahop , . . . 7 Mee s 6c Collie i 6 Packers 4 Am-Veta 8 Furnace Oil 8 Keeiilts of Last Hffk'i flames Packers 7, Am-Vfti o Fofeit). Mae'e it OUle'a 7, Furnace OH 0 (Forfeit). Card In la 6 Blue Bishop 3 Cardinal. 12. Mae's 6c OUle'a 4. Schedule for This Week Tomorrow Am-Vete ve. Furnace OIL Garfield Stadium. Thursday Blue Buhopa ve. Packers, Dolphins Perk. -y to1 dvs of ba.tBouU- ;AUP 1 . .00H McNeill Advances In Orange Tennis SOUTH ORANGE 0J.R) Don McNeill of Verona, N. J., the defending champion in the mens singles in the eastern grass court tennis championships, led the field today as play entered the third day. McNeill qualified for thebrack-et of 16 yesterday, but only after he was given a thorough scare by radio singer Phil Hanna of New York, Hanna took the opening set, 11-9, and, after losing the second 0-6, fought a bitter battle before McNeill won the third set and the match, 6-4. Enrique Morea, Argentinian champion seeded first among the foreign entrants, advanced to the second round when William J. Clothier, 2nd defaulted. Bob Falkenburg of Beverly Hills, Cal., also moved up by a forfeit over Richard Hunt of Pittsburgh, Pa. Man Mohan of the Indian Davis Cup team, third-seeded among the foreigners, routed Haven Tro-vor Waters of Portchester, N. Y., ifi-0, 6-1, and fourth-rated Jacques Peten of Belgium downed Don. C. Wheaton, Jr., of Pelham Manor, N. Y., 6-1, 6-2. i Mrs. Magda Rurac of Romania, top-seeded among the foreign entrants in the womens singles, advanced with an easy 6-1, 6-4 conquest of Gerry Mallory of Tenafly, N. J. Mrs. Patricia Cumming Stuhler of Plainfield, N. J., was the only woman to Teach the bracket of 16 when she trimmed Shelby Frizzell of Garden City, N. Y 6-3, 6-3. Sixteen-year-old Beverly Baker of Santa Monica, Cal., won Bn excellently-played match from Betty Rosenquest of South Orange, 6-2, 6-3. Btoomin&dalo Breaks Evan 1 2 1 The pace-setting Kingston Dodgers lost no ground yesterday 7 1 as they split a North Atlantic 7 League double bill with the last place Bloomingdale Troopers, dropping the opener, 7 to 3, and taking the nightcap, 7 to Z The leagues second place Car-bondale Pioneers also split a doubleheader, defeating Mahanoy City, 9 to 5, in the first game and losing the second contest, 4 to 3. In other games Nyack won over Peekskill, 9 to 2, in the opener and lost the nightcap, 10 to 1, and Stroudsburg defeated Nazareth, 10 to 2, in the first game of their double bill with the second game called in a 2 to 2 tie because of darkness at the end of the ninth. " WA'DOWPEPA'PSl PASSAIC 2-6046 TT TnjGHJHpT y p I Vie .mar so ftioS 50 to . Because X 'S' V '- N .-X K.. Steve Burek j Burelc Cops County T ourney; Kimak and Matthews Win Titles 'I Three-Way Tie Broken in 27-Hole Medal Play At Coutlty as Burek Cards Birdie in Playoff A birdie on the first Red hole gave Steve Burek cf Passaic vie tory in the second annual 27-hole medal play tourney at the County Course yesterday, beating George Marsh and Tony Picola in a playoff. Mike Kimak won his fourth, straight Garfield City golf title while J. J. Matthews won the presidents trophy tourney at North Jersey, 32 In County Play Burek, Marsh and Picola all carded a 27-hole score of 110 strokes. Burek had a 36 on the Red, 38 on the Blue and a 36 on the White. Marsh scored a 35 on the Red, 40 on the Blue and a 35 on the White while Picola had rounds or 38-38 34 for his 110 total. Marsh and Picola continued their playoff for second and third place with Marsh finally winning runner-up honors on the fourth hole with a birdie. Joe Boreale and Mike Birish tied for fourth and fifth place, each with 111. Birish hit 38-38-35 Ill and Boreale 37-38-36 111. On the first hole of their playoff, Birish won fourth place when he easy to Cay Ootffe! 1 12 FULL OUNCES i i r 7 I f canned a long putt for an eagle three. In the Hobart semi-finals, Boreale was a one up winner over Passaics Steve Koske while Tom Carino defeated Don Dinardo, 4 and 3., Boreale an Carino will meet next Sunday aft ernoon at 2:30 at the County course with Boreale giving Carino a handicap of four strokes. j Kimak Beats Sabol In Garfield Final Mike Kimak won his fourth straight Garfield City golf title and the second leg on the Mayor Ernest G. Branca trophy yesterday when he defeated Ed Sabol, 3-2, at the Saddle River Country Club. Sabol battled Kimak on even terms the first nine holes to be all square at the turn. Kimak won the first with a birdie but Sabol took the next! two to go one up. Kimak squared the match on the sixth and after Sabol won the seventh, Kimak took the par three eighth to again halve the match. Kimak finally broke through again, winning the 12th to go one up, andlie took the 14th to be two up with four to play. The match ended on the 16th green when Kimak won to go three up. The consolation flight final will be week. and second completed this Matthews Beats Thompson by 3-2 J. J. Matthews won two matches this week to capture the presidents trophy tourney at North Jersey Country Club. Earlier in the week, he defeated Bill Sooda-ma, 4-3, in the semi-finals, and Saturday beat F. Thompson, who had beaten George Marsh last week, 3-2, to cop the title. In Saturdays sweepstakes. Dr. E. Meili had an I 88-22-66; E. Thimme 95-27-68; Joe Vallace 71-2 69, and Dr. Vincent Guidice 75-570. Yesterdays sweepstakes saw Tom .Morley get a 71-568, Harold Bush 80-J3-67, A. Kretschmer 81-14 67, D. Lauster 82-14 68, Charles Ludwig 91-20 71, Dr. Guidice 75-5 70 and Joe Vallace 73-2 71. At the Areola Country Club, Gporge Barber won the match play against par tourney, being three up on par, while R. S. Bole was one down and E. Tompkins was two down. In mixed foursomes match play againct par, Mr. end Mrs. Edwin Uabaugh were seven up on par while Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kozik and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hilgert were six up. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Stafford were four up on par. j At the Preakness, Country Club, Sam Schwartz, Irvihg Brawer and Hy Goldberg tied iin the match play against par tourney, each being one up on par. YOUR NOSE CAN BE RESHAPED Far, Far Llftinf, Wrlnklca, Bafgy Kvf, Mol and other far dfrt corrected qulrkiy. Lateii and advanced method. LOW FEES. ADVICE FREE DR. HURLEY 1461 Broadway (cor. 4Zd) N.Y.C. Wiaconaln 7-442S Copyrighted 146 RECTAL! ITCH Promptly help relieve RECTAL Itch, alto burning and pain of pilaa with Waat'a Ointment. Only at SHUITS DRUG STORE 19 HOWE AVB. PASSAIC, N. J. LfjiHii girrauiTfe n rr'-i i Jersey City Moves Up in Flag Fight After leading during the early part of the season only to fall far behind the Montreal, Royals, the Jersey City Giants were back within three-and-a-halt games of the top today as they continued their winning ways and the Royals continued to slump. The Giants bowled over Rochester yesterday, 9 to 6, and the credit all belonged to slugger George Stallcup. S f avl 1 c u p slammed a homer in the fourth for an early run, another with two on in the eighth to give the Giants a 6-5 lead and, after the Red Wings had tied the game with a run in the ninth, Stallcup belted his third homer of the game, with two on, to break up the ball game. Gene Thompson W8S the winning pitcher in relief and Lee Yochim was the loser. The Royals made only four hits as they lost, 5 to 3, to rookie southpaw Dutch Houtz of Newark, who was making his debut. The Bears nicked Chet Kehn for single runs in five different innings while Montreal got its three runs on two walks and Earl Naylor's home run. ' Allentown Defeats Wilmington Twice Allentown and Trenton, in the number one and two spots in the Interstate League, took both games of their double headers yesterday, Allentown winning over third place Wilmington, 7 to 2 and 11 to 8, and Trenton .plowing under the Lancaster Red Roses, 10 to 6 and 10 to 4. Wilmington Manager Jack Salt-gaver played the second game ufi-der protest after he had been ejected by Umpire Severa in the fifth inning for objecting to a called ball on Allentown's Jim Hecklinger. Saltgaver claimed Hecklinger had attempted to bunt necKiinger nan attempted to bunt and missed while Severa called the ' pitch a ball. Way to Better Golf By Sam Snead High-handicap golfers do not realize the big contribution proper hand action makes to every shot in the bag. Most players are lazy with the hands. You will remember that 1 said to start your hand action when the hands are hip-low in your downswing. Then, by the time your clubhead reaches the ball, you will have delivered all the rhythmic power the hands can add to the swing. Now that is the general hand-action rule. But to step it up a bit, I have had todays picture drawn for those players t who wish to refine the hand action a bit. And so, 1 point out to you, that to do a really bang-up job of pouring in the hand-aqtion with the long clubs driver, brassie. No. 1 and No. 2 iron you can start the hand-action somewhat higher than the hip. I And with the short irons 6, 7, 8 and 9 -you should delay hand-' action and start it slightly after the hands have passed down be- low the hip-high position. Thei drawing tells the -story. Another 1 way to think of hand-action is that since the highly lofted clubs ' call for a more open stance and a shorter backswing, you would naturally delay the hand-ection in such short shots until more than half way down in the down-, swing. ! A new printed diagram Applying Baclcspin may be had on request. Enclose a three-cent stamped, self-addressed envelope. Movie Timetable MOSTAUK-T1y, Th Huck.tera, 1, IM i T 4, a CENTRAL Today Th Bi x. 1 4, I 4S, 47; Private Affair of Bel Ami, 1. 4 01. M. 4 CAPITOL Today, Hlh Barbara 1 M. it, a 59; My Brother Talk to Horaea, 1 .1, 4 5.1, a II PLAYHOUSE Today. Oenlla Annie. J IS, 5 10, t 10. Th Clock, I, 3 50. 50. 45 LINCOLN Today. Anael and the Bad- man, 1.01. 1 55. 4 0.49; Lona Wolf In Mexico, 1 4 5 M. a 40 PALACB-Today Th Unfaithful. S 1. 00, 40; Th Fabulous Doraeya, 1.11, 4 4 a 14 CLIFTON (Cimonl Today, The Web. 1, 3 55. a. SJ, a 50, Lost Honeymoon, 3 40, 5 la. a is STRAND (Clifton) Today, Mlracl on 34th Street. 1, 4 01, 51, 5.63; Heldorado. 1 51,-5 41, a 43 RrTZ lOarfleldl Today, Miracle on 14th Street, 31. 1. 5. Night Train to Mam-phi. 1-30. a BI. REX Eat Rutherford! Today. Chav-anna, 1.05, 1. 10 16; Loot Honeymoon, 1 65, 'mVOLt (Rutherford! Today. Cifarat Girl. 3 10 57; Trained. 3 IS. 1, 10 HYWAY (Fair Lawnl Today, Framed, 2 40. 7, 10 02; Apacha Rosa. 1 25. 47 ORITANI (Hackensack) Today. Calrut ta, 1, 4. 50, 50; Hit Parade of 141, 1 30, I i 10 FRANKLIN (Nutley! Today. Sea Hawk. I 00, 16: Saa Wolf. 2 5 7, 10 30 OARDEN (Pateraoni Todav Great Xx peclatlona, 1 30, 4 10, a 45. 25. REGENT (Pateraoni Today. Th Un faithful, 3 SS. 5 65. 25; Woman on tha Beach 1 30. 4 45, a IS RIVOL1 (Patareoni Todav. Seven Ken to Baldpat. 1, a 15. 10. a 45, Riff Raff 3 10, 4 45 1 20, B 55 .. FABIAN (Pateraoni Today, Th Huckster!, 1. 3 10, I 30, 7 30. 40 , U. 8 (Pateraoni Today, Dear Ruth, I. 1 50, 50, a 0; 1 Cover BI Town. 2 40. a 4o, a 40 I im.m. -kW Today and Tomorrow Glenn FORD - Janis CARTER Barry Sullivan - Edgar Buchanan in "FRAMED". Presented At: 3:1S 7:00 10:00 also Letlle BROOKS Jtmmv LLOYD in "Cigarette Girl" Presented At: 1:10 S:S7 Marrh of Time, Cartoon and Ntws LAST DAY hat th Miracle lat -MIRACLE ON 34th STR9ET A NIGHT TRAIN TO MEMPHIS JTues. rRAMFIl1 and "CAPTAUJ TUGBOAT ANNIE Passaic City League Standings, Schedule w. L 3 2 2 3 6 8 l 10' Cardinals 7 Kenyon 6 All Passaic 6 Passaic Cubs 7 Passaic Hawks 8 Maple Leafs 3 Klevltts 2 Comets 1 schedule I Tuesday Klevltte vs. Comets, First! WwlnSIdiy6-ic.rdinU vs. Cuba, at Third Ward Park. 6 30. Thursday All Passatca vs Ken yons. at Third Ward Park, 6 30. Frldav Kenvon vs. Kievltts, at Flrt Ward Park. 6 30. Sunday Cardinals va Maple Leafs, at Third Ward Park. 3.00. Softball Jottings Two league leaders will tangle tonight at Dolphine Park, Garfield, when the Garfield Cardinals, Garfield League leaders, meet the Bergen Sporting Club, first place team in the 20th Century League. The Cards, winners of 19 straight, will use Gowatski on the mound against the Bergens Cirella. In their last start, the Cards trounced the Maes and Ollies, 12-4, as Gowatski hit two homers and a triple. The Rutherford Zebras dropped two Rutherford Community League games, losing to the Kangaroo. 6-4, and the Joe Jobs, 7-5. The Zebras also lost to the Passaic Brooksides, 6-5. A meeting will be held by the Lodi League tonight to decide the protested game between the Guat-anos and Uniteds. Lodi games this week are: this evening, Jeffersons vs. Uniteds, Hilltop Oval: tomor row,, Sporting Club vs. . Gallopos, Sidney Field; Wednesday, Guar-anos vs. Valleys, Hilltop Oval, and Thursday, Centrals vs. V.F.W., Sidney Field. The Wallington Panthers face the Wallington Aldens this evening at Washington School Field in a Wallington League game. For games with the Panthers, write A. Gerardi, 192 Wallington Avenue, Wallington. C'iftan p .l.m , J t0n Crehon Baseball League Standings, Schedule Buffaloes Eagles 6t. Johns Kantv Schedule for the Week Tonight Rebel va. Eagle Jra., Albion. Hawka va Buccaneera. Tomorrow Dragons vs. Royals, Eagles vs. Kanty A. C. x Wednesday Parker .ti-s vs. Raiders, Dodge-Rangers vg. Buffaloes. Thursday Albon Hawks va. Pon-tlac-Tlgers Friday Eagle Jrs. vs. Raiders, Blue Java vs. Buffaloes AU games played at Nash Park, 6:18. Clifton Memorial Softball Standings and Schedule w. Veterans 11 Vikings 10 Bens ?.. 6 Merchants 6 Tielaneys 4 St. Francis 4 Martins 3 Parkers 2 Thl Week' Schedule Tonight St Francis va. Parkers. Tomorrow Bens vs. Delaney Wednesday Martins v. Merchants Thursday Vikings v. Veteians. AIR-CONDITIONED fj iTr4i1 TODAY thru TUESDAY Ella RAINES - Edmund OBRIEN Wm. BENDIX - Vincent PRICE "THE WEB" alia Eranrhot TONE - Ann RICHARDS Tom CONWAY In "Lost Honeymoon" Extra! Tuu. Mat. 7th Chapter 'SON OF THE GUARDSMAN Today Tomorrow ANN SHERIDAN Lew AYRES - Zachary SCOTT ' "THE UNFAITHFUL" Second HU Tommy A Jimmy Ilorsev-Janet Blair "THE FABULOUS DORSEYS AIR-CONDITIONED 1 : Lait Tlmee Today - Dennis Moran Jan Wvmaa in -CHEYENNE plus -LOST HONEYMOON Tueaday and Wednesday Cary Grant In -MR. LUCKY plus "TARZAN and th AMAZONS Ladies Mayfair Aluminumwar WARMER HID A IR CONDITIONED MONTAUK CAPITOL CENTRAL FABIAN, fee ORITANI. 84. WONTAUK MJUIC 2-7249 'thin. i Mill mm mkAababumkanMmi 7 wta STARTS THURSDAY JOAN CRAWFORD and VAN HEFLIN POSSESSED CiWTKAl PASUIC 3-3359 AIR-CONDITIONED Coy dr Meepes af a 0 TNI AMSISS or BEL AMI UMino Atmt TWO HIT FEA T t R K "THE BIG FIX' with Jame BROWN . Sheila RYAN FACIANj an -4oo Clark Gable Deborah Kerr "THE HUCKSTERS SMDENi riiuio. SM 3-IISO John Mills Valerie Hobaon -GREAT F.XPF.CTAT10N8" CHIOI- hackmuck MA 14040 L 4 4 R 11 - U R 4 1 "Celrutta1 Constefir Mr "Hit ft4 mi JM7" Cubs-Jewels In Night Tilt the busiest twilight schedules of the season this week, with much importance at stake in a pair of City League contests Wednesday and Thursday. A trio of games are carded for $hs evening and tonight with the Garfield Je'wells-Passaic Cubs meeting under the lights at the Garfield Stadium at 8.45 o'clock. Rams Play Farmers Bill Librera will pitch for the Jewells with Andy Socha upholding his slants while Walt Uptak will hurl for the Cubs with Bob Boettcher doing the catching. The Cubs -are also buster earlier in the evening, opposing the Passaic Oldtimers at First Ward Park at 6.15 oclock. Cliftons Mystic Rams also resume action this evening, opposing the Preaknes? Farmers at Nash Park at 6.30. Thursday, the Rams face the County G.O.P, at Eastside Park, while Sunday, the Rams trek to Sussex to oppose the Sussex Legion. . In the City League this week, the Cubs and Cardinals clash m an important struggle Wednesday at Third Ward Park. The Cards lead the loop with seven wins and two defeats but a setback would drop them to fourth place. The Kenyons and All Passaic are tied for second place with ix wins and two defeats and they meet each other Thursday at First Ward Fark. The Cubs are m fourth spot with seven win and three setbacks. Johnny Ryans Cardinals meet the Uncle Sam tomorrow evening at Third Ward Park in a North Jersey League game and the Passaic Cubs Wednesday m a Citv League game. The Uncle Sams are fighting to remain in the running for the playoffs and will field their strongest ' lineup. The Cubs can knock the Cards out of first nlace and into fourth by winning. Lefty Meyers and Johnny Griffin will pitch the two. games for the Cards, Tom Acker going for the Sams and Walt Liptak for the Cubs. iirnmn Ilcnnla Mortan - Jana Wyman la -CHEYENNE also Franchot Ton - Ana Richards la -LOST HONEYMOON mmzz ).. - l.AST TIMES TODAY Glenn Ford and Janis Carter in "FRAMED" and Roy Rocert -APACHE ROSE Joan Caulfield William BoldeS Billy Da Wolf la .DEAR RUT ir plus "I COVER BIO TOWN Philip Reed II ip 'Ml- "MIRACLE ON 34th ST." John Payne Maureen O'Hara also Roy Rogers in "Heldorado" THEATRES. 0III CAI TQLJtMSAiUl Van Jan JOHNSON ALLY SON "HIGH BARBAREE" Peter Lawford - Batch Jenkins "My Brother Talks To Horses" STARTS WEDNESDAY Anne Baxter - Snnny Tuft William Bendix - William Holden "BLAZE OF NOON" Two FxctUng Hit "The Vigilantes Return" I ALL - . Jon HA LI Andy DEVINE KAJHQUi t.V A& ill 2-i -C 3 Robt. Walker - Judy Garland In 'THE CLOCK" James CRAIG - Donna REED "GENTLE ANNIE" Tuesday and Wednesday HUMPHREY BOGART In 'TWO MRS. CARROLLS' JIMMY WAKELT "SIX GUN SERENADE' Pat O'Erlee Aae Jeffrey l -mff-- Phil, Terry IK 1-SM1 Seven her I bkldyete 1IV0LI fWlSOlI THniT.' hee ekerU.a I eve k Tree LUfc.lt I The fcafsiihfel wtmox Jaea ReaeeH "Warn On tha ffeatb ta .ojo i rpl tit I rre Plrae f l.A, -The sea ftewh SUtllT M " . NM 10100 'TA )

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