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 - Wrestlers to Feature Sunday-Fair Program...
Wrestlers to Feature Sunday-Fair Program '"-^^^'•" _.-___-„-__——_^_ m ,__ r- ^ .-,...- u . „„-,,-... .-. The-grunt-and-groan-boys-amt girls will be-hard at work Sunday Olio's All Star limlnory will match .lohnny Barend and Franklc Till Professional TV Wresilcrs get down to.brass tacks in the Fairgrounds Fairgrounds grandstand. Scheduled to begin at 8:30 j* m:. the four big bout? will feature both men and women. The program will include an opening 20-minute prelimina r y match featuring abcf. • In addition to the two prelims. Ihere-will be a girls' match of 30 minutes or referee's decision; This event will see Pattie TakOhe canvas against-fcohr-faq raV ,,„„, a. , , Highlight'of the evening is set 'Magni f i c ent to be a men's tag team match "The-Golaen-Supef 1959 Listed v^At th> end of 1959. as Federal social security was starting its tweniy-fifU) year, old-age, survivors, survivors, ,! and disab i 1 i t y insurance inonthlynbenefits-werc being-paid iniiypion County to 1.845 persons at 'the rate of $1. 264,000 a year, according to Arnold T. Williams, curity .district office. "This is an increase in number of beneficiaries beneficiaries of about 9 -percent since February I!l5i). tlic last previous "date for-which-Unlon-Gounty figures figures are available," he said. The Social Security beneficiaries throughout the Nation Nation totaled 200,000, Almost half u ^million disabled-worker' bencfici- Brlcimn(i-thcir--depcndeiit»ri t eceiv ing bcnufils at a yearly rate., of over $400 million arc Included In the figures [or , ,.. Tho number of wives, husbands - and children of disabled-worker beneficiaries receiving monthly benefits increased sharply In 19">9 Such-bcncms-woro-tirst-payabic for September 1958. Nationally, from February to December 1953, number of tliese more than doubled—from 60,000 son nf Irfiu .world middleweight champion. . '-' Talaber graduated from the Un ; lie will be a piip-tioiir time limi with' the best two out^pf three •falls or referee's decision. Paired-in r this session-wilLbe ,..jgiilficent Maurice" and Hand- ! some Johnny Barend against "The kjoldeni-Superman—and.. Frnnkic JTalabcr. ,'•'-• • These wrestlers have appeared on television and it is thought she group represents the biggest all-star card of pro wrestling ever 'presciUed "at "tte~Uhibn":Couiity fair. / | Barend has been called by a Montreal sports writer 'speediest big man I ever watched wrestle,;"~snHe~Uni vcrsiljT"of Rochester he was on the football team and has been compared to John Tigerman Pcsck. considered by many to be the greatest heavyweight heavyweight of all time. . The 240 pound, six foot "Magnificent "Magnificent Maurice" is >rowess In the ring, but also fo iis fancy dress. His trademark whpn entering for a bout is black top hat, while gloves, rard a 'black, silver-headed cane "Prbbably"his~6wrr best-press iigcnt, Maurice describes his own looka-by-saying-thut-in-comparl son, other men are, "nothing to ilook nt. uninteresting and lacking 'of savotr-faire." Talaber. who is a farmer private life, has held the JVIWA Junior Heavyweight clmmpionshi longer than any other man. He. i

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  1. Marysville Journal-Tribune,
  2. 09 Aug 1960, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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